Ms Stephanie Bricker

Ms Stephanie Bricker

Team Leader Urban Geoscience

Location: Keyworth

Tel: 0115 936 3574

E-mail Ms Stephanie Bricker

Biography

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

Professional association

  • Chartered Geologist (Hydrogeology) - Geological Society of London
  • Member of the International Association of Hydrogeologists

Research interests

  • Urban groundwater systems (London, Glasgow, East Midlands)
  • Use of 3D geological models for hydrogeological research (Clyde, Thames)
  • Development of multi-scale hydrodomains map tools for decision-making
  • Investigation of climate change and hydrological extremes on groundwater resources
  • Thames Basin rural-urban earth observatory
  • Quantitative hydrogeology and aquifer properties

Current projects and collaboration

Published outputs

  • NERC Open Research Archive — Stephanie Bricker
  • Banks, V. J., Bricker, S. H., Royse, K.R. and Collins, P.E.F. (In Press). Anomalous buried hollows in London: Development of a hazard susceptibility map, Quarterly Journal of Engineering Geology and Hydrology.
  • Bricker, S.H., and Bloomfield, J.P. 2014. Using grain-size data to define the basin-wide distribution of superficial permeability: an illustration from the Thames catchment, Quarterly Journal of Engineering Geology and Hydrogeology. dx.doi.org/10.1144/qjegh2013-072
  • Bricker, S.H., Barron, A.J.M., Hughes, A.G., Jackson, C. and Peach, D. 2014. From geological complexity to hydrogeological understanding using an integrated 3D conceptual modelling approach – insights from the Cotswolds, UK: in Fractured Rock Hydrogeology (Sharp, J.M., Jr., ed.), Selected Papers, International Association of Hydrogeologists, Taylor & Francis, London, Ch. 6 ISBN 978-1138001596
  • Royse, K., Banks, V., Bricker, S., and Marchant, A. 2013. Can sustainable development be achieved if geology is ignored? Zeitschrift der Deutschen Gesellschaft fur Geowissenschaften. 164 (4). 541-555. 10.1127/1860-1804/2013/0024
  • Hannis, S., Bricker, S., Goater, A., Holloway, S., Rushton, J., Williams, G. and Williams, J. 2013. Cross-international boundary effects of CO2 injection, Energy Procedia, Vol. 37, p4927-4936.
  • Bricker, S.H., Barkwith, A., MacDonald, A.M, Hughes, A. G and Smith, M. 2012. Effects of CO2 injection on shallow groundwater resources: a hypothetical case study in the Sherwood Sandstone aquifer, UK, (2012) Int. Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control, 10.1016/j.ijggc.2012.09.001
  • Bloomfield, J P, Bricker, S H and Newell, A. J. 2011. Some relationships between lithology, basin form and hydrology: a case study from the Thames Basin, UK