Management Team


 

Dr Cameron Holley
BSc (Env)/LLB (1st Hons) Griffith University; Grad Dip in PLEAT University of Queensland; PhD The Australian National University

Research Interests
Cameron is a Professor at UNSW Law and publishes widely in the areas of environmental law, natural resources law, energy law and water law, with a focus on regulation, governance and groundwater. An empirical researcher, Cameron has worked closely with Australian and international government and non-government organisations on a range of water management research projects. His current research agenda is centred on water law and energy governance, including unconventional gas, renewable energy, compliance and enforcement and monitoring of groundwater use. 

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Dr Hamid Roshan 

BSc, MSc and PhD Resources Engineering, UNSW

Research Interests 

Hamid’s research interests centre on understanding of fundamentals of transport and mechanics of porous media. The area extends from physic-chemical characterisation to experimental design and constitutive modelling of reactive multiphase flow and mechanical interactions with a wide range of applications dealing with subsurface formations such as Groundwater, Civil, Mining and Petroleum Engineering. This fundamental understanding are often transferred to field measurements and characterisation using downhole geophysical logs. Hamid teaches Formation Evaluation and Geological Modelling at UNSW.

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Dr Helen Rutlidge  

After completing her PhD in Analytical Chemistry at UTS, Sydney in 2011, Helen started working at the Analytical Centre at UNSW, Sydney. During this time she developed laser ablation ICP-MS methods for a wide range of samples and was part of inter-disciplinary collaboration investigating artificial irrigations in karst environments. She then transitioned into several post-doctoral roles focussing on geochemistry and organic matter processes at UNSW, Sydney. This included working on projects to inform the assessment of ecohydrological responses to coal seam gas extraction and coal mining, and investigating groundwater organic carbon and whether it is a carbon source or sink.

Research Interests

Helen's research focuses on geochemistry of surface water and groundwater interactions, natural organic matter characterisation, stable water isotope hydrology and cave and karst water quality processes. 

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Ms Georgia Regan 

BPESS (USYD); JD (UNSW)  

Georgia is the administrator of the Connected Waters Initiative at UNSW. In addition to her role as administrator, she works in a research assistant capacity for Professor Cameron Holley, supporting his work in the UNSW Law Faculty more broadly. Georgia is also interested in a number of social justice oriented projects, and has a background in policy analysis and project management. 
 
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