Mrs Bid Webb

Teaching Associate in International Forestry and Natural Resource Development

Contact info

Room: F8b, Thoday Building, School of Natural Sciences, Bangor University

Email: bid.webb@bangor.ac.uk

Phone: +44 (0) 1248 382934

Web: LinkedIn, ResearchGate, Twitter, Multi-Land

 

I teach Masters-level forestry students Social Issues in Forest Management, Sustainable Use of Non-Timber Forest Products, Distance Learning Dissertation and contribute to other forestry modules. Prior to teaching, I spent 14 years working in Wales’ national environmental body, Natural Resources Wales (formally Environment Agency) before embarking on doctoral research. With experience in ecological monitoring and assessment, pollution prevention and conservation management, my current research interests are in soil function and hydrology, particularly the interaction between trees, soil and water. My research with the Multiland project asks what role trees can play in Natural Flood Management (NFM) and I have a strong bias towards applied research.

Contact Info

Room: F8b, Thoday Building, School of Natural Sciences, Bangor University

Email: bid.webb@bangor.ac.uk

Phone: +44 (0) 1248 382934

Web: LinkedIn, ResearchGate, Twitter, Multi-Land

 

I teach Masters-level forestry students Social Issues in Forest Management, Sustainable Use of Non-Timber Forest Products, Distance Learning Dissertation and contribute to other forestry modules. Prior to teaching, I spent 14 years working in Wales’ national environmental body, Natural Resources Wales (formally Environment Agency) before embarking on doctoral research. With experience in ecological monitoring and assessment, pollution prevention and conservation management, my current research interests are in soil function and hydrology, particularly the interaction between trees, soil and water. My research with the Multiland project asks what role trees can play in Natural Flood Management (NFM) and I have a strong bias towards applied research.

Teaching and Supervision

Teaching

Module Organiser

DDL-4999: MSc Dissertation (distance learning)

DDL-4206: Sustainable Use of Non-Timber Forest Products

DDL-4201: Social Issues in Forest Management

 

Module contributor

DDL-4536: Urban Forestry

DDL-4004: Agroforestry Systems and Practice

DXX-4524: Strategic Environmental Management

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