Daren Gooddy’s biography
- 2017: Team Leader Land Use and Policy Impacts
- 2016: Honorary Professor Lancaster Environment Centre
- 2008 – 2017: Team Leader of Groundwater Processes
- 2003 – ongoing: Manager of the Groundwater Tracer Laboratories
- 2003: PhD, University College London
- 1990: BSc (Hons), Polytechnic South West
- 1990 – ongoing: Environmental Chemist, British Geological Survey
- Groundwater recharge mechanisms
- Groundwater residence indicators
- Impact of agrochemicals and agricultural wastes on water quality
- Biogeochemical cycling
Current projects and collaboration
- Source determination of phosphate in catchments (with Dr Ben Surridge University of Lancaster and Prof Penny Johnes University of Bristol)
- Biogeochemical cycling and green house gas production in the hyporheic zone (with Prof Stefan Krause University of Birmingham)
- Understanding groundwater processes in the red River Basin, Cambodia (with Prof Andrew Binley University of Lancaster and Prof David Polya University of Manchester )
- Methane Isotopes in Groundwater (with Prof Ed Hornibrook University of British Columbia, Canada)
- Groundwater Age in the London Basin using Radiocarbon (with the NERC Radiocarbon Facility (Environment))
- Isotopes in River and Groundwater Interaction (with the International Atomic Energy Agency)
Comer-Warner, S A, Krause, S, Gooddy, D C, Bennett, S A, Wexler, S K, and Kaiser, J. 2017. Opening opportunities for high-resolution isotope analysis – Quantification of δ15NNO3 and δ18ONO3 in diffusive equilibrium in thin-film passive samplers. Analytical Chemistry 89, 7, 4139-4146.
Gooddy, D C, Ascott, M J, Lapworth, D J, Ward, R S, Jarvie, H P, Bowes, M J, Tipping, E, Dils, R, and Surridge, B W J. 2017. Mains water leakage: implications for phosphorus source apportionment and policy responses in catchments. Science of the Total Environment 579, 702-708
Gooddy, D C, Lapworth, D J, Bennett, S A, Heaton, T H E, Williams, P J, and Surridge, B W J. 2016. A multi-stable isotope framework to understand eutrophication in aquatic ecosystems. Water Research 88, 623-633
Gooddy, D C, Lapworth, D J, Ascott, M J, Bennett, S A, Heaton, T H E, and Surridge, B W J. 2015. Isotopic fingerprint for phosphorus in drinking water supplies. Environmental Science and Technology 49, 15, 9020-9028
Aqulina, L, De Dreuzy J-R, and Gooddy, D C. 2014. Dissolved gases in groundwater and groundwater dating methods: How useful for hydrogeological modeling? – Foreword to the special issue. Applied Geochemistry 50, 115-117.
Chambers, J E, Wilkinson, P B, Uhleman, S, Sorensen, J P R, Roberts, C, Newell, A J, Ward, W O C, Binley, A, Williams, P J, Gooddy, D C, Old, G, and Bai, L. 2014. Derivation of lowland riparian wetland deposit architecture using geophysical image analysis and interface detection. Water Resources Research 50, 7, 5886-5905. doi:10.1002/2014WR015643.
Kralik, M, Humer, F, Fank, J, Harum, T, Klammler, G, Gooddy, D, Sultenfuß, J, Gerber, C, and Purtschert, R. 2014. Using 18O/2H, 3H/3He, 85Kr and CFCs to determine mean residence times and water origin in the Grsazer and Leibnitzer Feld groundwater bodies (Austria). Applied Geochemistry 50, 150-163.
Davies, C L, Surridge, B W J, and Gooddy, D C. 2014. Phosphate oxygen isotopes within aquatic ecosystems: Global data synthesis and future research priorities. Science of the Total Environment 496, 563-575.
Gooddy, D C, MacDonald, D M J, Lapworth, D J, Bennett, S A, and Griffiths, K J. 2014. Nitrogen Sources, Transport and Processing in Peri-Urban Floodplains. 2014. Science of the Total Environment 494-495, 28-38.
Rawlins, B G, Palumbo-Roe, B, Gooddy, D C, Worrall, F, and Smith, H. 2014. A model of potential carbon dioxide efflux from surface water across England and Wales using headwater stream survey data and landscape predictors. Biogeosciences 10, 16453-16459.
Allen, D J, Darling, W G, Davies, J, Newell, A J, Gooddy, D C, and Collins, A L. 2014. Groundwater conceptual models: implications for evaluating diffuse pollution mitigation measures. Quarterly Journal of Engineering Geology and Hydrogeology, 47, 1, 65-80.
Gregory, S P, Maurice, L D, West, J M, and Gooddy, D C. 2014. Microbial communities in UK aquifers: current understanding and future research needs. Quarterly Journal of Engineering Geology and Hydrogeology 47, 145-157
Lapworth, D J, Stolpe, B, Williams, P J, Gooddy, D C, and Lead, J R. 2013. Characterization of suboxic groundwater using a multi-method approach. Environmental Science and Technology 47, 2554-2561.
Wang, L, Stuart, M E, Bloomfield, J P, Butcher, A S, Gooddy, D C, McKenzie, A A, Lewis, M A, and Williams, A T. 2012. Prediction of the arrival of peak nitrate concentrations at the water table at the regional scale in Great Britain. Hydrological Processes 26, 226-239.
Darling, W G, Gooddy, D C, MacDonald, A M, and Morris, B L. 2012. The practicalities of using CFCs and SF6 for groundwater dating and tracing. Applied Geochemistry 27, 9, 1688-1697.
Stuart, M E, Gooddy, D C, Bloomfield, J P, and Williams, A T. 2011. A review of the impact of climate change on future nitrate concentrations in groundwater of the UK. Science of the Total Environment 409, 15, 2859-2873.
Allen, D J, Darling, W G, Gooddy, D C, Lapworth, D J, Newell, A J, Williams, A T, Allen, D, and Abesser, C. 2010. Interaction between groundwater, the hyporheic zone and a Chalk stream: a case study from the River Lambourn, UK. Hydrogeology Journal 18, 5, 1125-1141.
Darling, W G, Gooddy, D C, Riches, J, and Wallis, I. 2010. Using environmental tracers to assess the extent of river-groundwater interaction in a quarried area of the English Chalk. Applied Geochemistry 25, 7, 923-932.
Lapworth, D J, Gooddy, D C, Allen, D, and Old, G H. 2009. Understanding groundwater, surface water, and hyporheic zone biogeochemical processes in a Chalk catchment using fluorescence properties of dissolved and colloidal organic matter. Journal of Geophysical Research 114, G00F02
Gooddy, D C, and Hinsby, K. 2008. Organic Quality of Groundwater. Natural Groundwater Quality. EDMUNDS W M and SHAND P (editors). Blackwell Publishing, Oxford, pp59-70.
Lapworth, D J, Gooddy, D C, Butcher, A S, and Morris, B L. 2008. Tracing groundwater flow and sources of organic carbon in sandstone aquifers using fluorescence properties of dissolved organic matter (DOM). Applied Geochemistry 23, 3384-3390.
Darling, W G, and Gooddy, D C. 2007. Assessing the applicability of global CFC and SF6 input functions to groundwater dating in Britain. Science of the Total Environment 387, 353-362.
Gooddy, D C, Kinniburgh, D G, and Barker, J A. 2007. A rapid method for determining apparent diffusion coefficients in Chalk and other consolidated porous media. Journal of Hydrology, Vol. 343, 97-103.
Gooddy, D C, Mathias, S A, Harrison, I, Lapworth, D J, and Kim, A W. 2007. The significance of colloids in the transport of pesticides through Chalk. Science of the Total Environment 385, 262-271.
Darling, W G, and Gooddy, D C. 2006. The hydrogeochemistry of methane: evidence from English groundwaters. Chemical Geology 229, 293-312.
Gooddy, D C, Darling, W G, Abesser, C, and Lapworth, D J. 2006. Using chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs) and sulphur hexafluoride (SF6) to characterise groundwater movement and residence time in a lowland chalk catchment. Journal of Hydrology Vol. 330, 44-52.
Gooddy, D C, Stuart, M E, Lapworth, D J, Chilton, P J, Bishop, S, Cachandt, G, Knapp, M, and Pearson, T. 2005. Pesticide Pollution of the Triassic Sandstone Aquifer of South Yorkshire. Quarterly Journal of Engineering Geology and Hydrogeology Vol. 38, 53-63.
Gooddy, D C, and Darling, W G. 2005. The Potential for Methane Emissions from Groundwaters of the UK. Science of the Total Environment Vol. 339, 117-126.
- Analytical Method Development
- Groundwater Tracing Using Dissolved Gases
- Science Leadership
- 2014: Editorial Board Science of the Total Environment
- 2012 – 2015: Assistant Scientific Editor (Hydrogeology) Quarterly Journal of Engineering Geology & Hydrogeology
- 2010: Associate Editor Applied Geochemistry
- 2010: Core Member of the NERC Peer Review College
- 2009: Associate Editor Ground Water
- 2009: Member of the International Association of Hydrogeologists
- 2007 – 2018: Editorial board Quarterly Journal of Engineering Geology & Hydrogeology
- 2004: CSci. Chartered Scientist
- 2004 – 2010: Committee member of the Hydrogeology Group of the Geol Soc of London
- 2004: FGS. Fellow of the Geological Society of London
- 1996: CChem, MRSC. Chartered Chemist, Member of the Royal Society of Chemistry