Engaging the human process in Earth science

Ellis, Michael. 2018 Engaging the human process in Earth science. Research Features. 2, pp.

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Dr Michael Ellis is Head of Catchment Science and Observatories at the British Geological Survey. From this vantage point, he has developed a keen awareness of the intricate coupling of human and so-called natural processes. He is passionate that Earth scientists must make their work relevant at the human scale, whether that is in terms of time scale or seriously engaging with stakeholders; confronting the need to understand belief and value systems or by modelling human behaviour. At Research Features, we were delighted to discuss the importance of engaging the human process in Earth science with Dr Ellis.

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