Dr Alison Turner
Lecturer in Chemistry and Environmental Geochemistry (Education)
School of Geography, Earth and Environmental Sciences (Faculty of Science and Engineering)
- Lecturer in Chemistry and Environmental Geochemistry
- Programme Leader for MSc Environmental Geochemistry
- Stage Tutor for Chemistry with Foundation
FHEA (2017) Fellowship of the Higher Education Academy
PGCAP (2017) Postgraduate Certificate in Academic Practice
PhD (2011) Environmental Geochemistry. Diffuse Mine Water Pollution - Quantification and Risk Assessment in the Tamar Catchment. University of Plymouth.
MSc (2006) Environmental Geochemistry. University of Leeds. Distinction.
BSc Hons (2002) Chemistry with Diploma in Industrial Studies. Loughborough University. 2:1.
Member of the Royal Society of Chemistry
Member of the International Mine Water Association
Roles on external bodies
Executive council member of International Mine Water Association (IMWA). Treasurer 2017-2021.
Co-opted member of Peninsula Section of Royal Society of Chemistry
Science communication and communication skills.
Staff serving as external examiners
External examiner for PhD thesis.
Mine water pollution monitoring, management and remediation
Mine/mineral extraction site closure studies
Contaminant fate and transport
Environmental risk assessment
Research informed teaching
Research degrees awarded to supervised students
Final year and MSc dissertation supervisor across Environmental Geochemistry, Chemistry and Environmental Science
Other academic activities
Outreach coordinator for Chemistry.
Lead singer of the best rock band in Plymouth (Orpheus).