Stephanie Bricker

Stephanie BrickerGroundwater Science – Hydrogeologist

Location: Keyworth

Tel: 0115 936 3574

E-mail Stephanie Bricker


  • 2008–current: Hydrogeologist, British Geological Survey
  • 2008: PGdip, University College London, Hydrogeology
  • 2004: Hydrogeologist, Environment Agency
  • 2004: BSc, University of East Anglia, Environmental Earth Sciences

Research interests

  • Superficial hydrogeology
  • Groundwater — surface water processes
  • Hydrogeology of the Thames Basin
  • Aquifer properties of deep saline formations


  • Groundwater resource assessment
  • GIS for hydrogeological interpretation
  • Conceptualisation for groundwater models
  • Conference coordination

Current projects and collaboration

Professional association

  • Member of Geological Society of London — Hydrogeology Group

Published outputs

Key Papers and publications

BLOOMFIELD, J P, BRICKER, S H and NEWELL, A. J. (In prep). Some relationships between lithology, basin form and hydrology: a case study from the Thames Basin, UK

BRICKER, S H and MACDONALD, D M.  2010. Groundwater and a changing energy sector, Water and Sewerage Journal, Is 2 (2010), p43-44

BRICKER, S H, BARKWITH, A, MACDONALD, A M, HUGHES, A G and GALE, I. 2010. Hydrogeological assessment of CO2 injection into Permo–Triassic sandstones at a hypothetical site in East Lincolnshire, British Geological Survey Commissioned Report, CR/10/012

BRICKER, S H. 2009.  Impacts of climate change on small island hydrogeology — a literature review. British Geological Survey Internal Report OR/09/025.

BRICKER, S H and BANKS, V J. 2009. GeoSure Methodology Review: Using the British Geological Survey Springs database to refine the Slope Instability database, British Geological Survey Internal Report IR/09/022.

Benham, A J and BRICKER, S H. 2009. Investigation and Monitoring of Aggregate Deposits Using Geo-Electrical Resistivity Imaging (IMAGER): Scoping Study, British Geological Survey Commissioned Report, CR/09/058