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Professor Laurence Gill

Professor (Civil Struct & Env. Eng.)
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Laurence Gill is a Professor in Environmental Engineering in the School of Engineering, Trinity College Dublin. His research interests involve studying the fate and transport of both air and water-borne pollutants in the natural and built environment, as well as the development of passive treatment processes. Much of the work involves extensive field studies which are then used to develop mathematical models to gain further insight into the processes. Prior to joining at Trinity College in 1999, he spent several years working in the UK water industry on the design of water and wastewater treatment processes for urban populations.
  Chemicals Transport   Civil Engineering   Coastal & Ocean Engineering   Coastal Engineering & Processes   Development in Africa   Earth science and hydrology   Energy and Climate Change   Energy Environmental Sciences   Energy from biomass (see Forestry also)   Environmental aspects of transportation   Environmental engineering   Environmental Impacts of Transport   Environmental Science   Fresh water pollution   Geothermal Engineering   Groundwater   Groundwater vulnerability and contamination   Hydraulics   Hydrogeology   Hydrology   Hydrology of limestone terrains   Ocean and Ocean Energy Systems   On-Site Wastewater Treatment   Photochemistry   Pollution   Process Development Engineering   Process Engineering   Renewable energies   River pollution   Sanitary Engineering   Sewage sludge   Solar   Solar Disinfection   Solar, Collectors/Concentrators   Solar, Heat Storage   Solar, Photochemical Conversion   Solar, Thermal Power Systems   Tidal and Wave Energy   Time Frequency and Wavelet Analysis   Treatment Processes   Waste Management, Recycling   Waste water treatment   Water & Sanitation   Water engineering   Water Monitoring, Quality, Treatment   Water Resources Engineering   Water Supply   Water Treatment   Wetland Ecosystems   Wetlands
 Wastewater treatment efficiency of subsoils and stratified sand filters
 Tracer Study Investigations into Reactor Mixing Characterisation
 An Examination of the Parameters Involved in the Design of a Continuous Flow Solar Disinfection Process
 The Hydrodynamics of Grit Particles Moving Round a Bend using Computational Fluid Dynamics
 Relative exposure to air pollution whilst commuting to work between transport modes

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Member of the Institution of Civil Engineers 1999 present
Member of the European Geosciences Union 2016 present
Member of the International Association of Hydrogeologists 2014 present
Where does the water come from? A hydrogeological characterisation of Irish holy wells. in, editor(s)Celeste Ray , Sacred Waters: A Cross-Cultural Compendium of Hallowed Springs and Holy Wells, UK, Routledge, 2020, pp350 - 358, [Misstear B., Gill L., McKenna C., Foley R.], Book Chapter, PUBLISHED
Mooney, D., Coxon, C., Richards, K.G., Gill, L.W., Mellander, P.-E. & Danaher, M., A new sensitive method for the simultaneous chromatographic separation and tandem mass spectrometry detection of anticoccidials, including highly polar compounds, in environmental waters, Journal of Chromatography A, 1618, 2020, p460857-, Journal Article, PUBLISHED  DOI
Philip Schuler, & L. Stoeckl, & P.-A. Schnegg & C. Bunce & L. Gill, A combined-method approach to trace submarine groundwater discharge from a coastal karst aquifer in Ireland, Hydrogeology Journal, 28, 2020, p561 - 577, Journal Article, PUBLISHED  TARA - Full Text  DOI
Morrissey P., McCormack T., Naughton O., Johnston P.M., Gill L.W., Modelling groundwater flooding in a lowland karst catchment, Journal of Hydrology, 580, 2020, p124361 , Journal Article, PUBLISHED  DOI
Morgan D., Johnston P., Osei K., Gill L., A modified wash-off function for stormwater suspended solids modelling, Journal of Hydrology, 584, 2020, p124672 , Journal Article, PUBLISHED  DOI
Bhatnagar S., Gill L.W., Regan S., Naughton O., Johnston P.M., Waldren S., Ghosh B., Mapping vegetation communities inside wetlands using Sentinel-2 imagery in Ireland, International Journal of Applied Earth Observations and Geoinformation, 88, 2020, p10283 , Journal Article, PUBLISHED  DOI
Bolaños-Benítez V., McDermott F., Gill L., Knappe J., Engineered silver nanoparticle (Ag-NP) behaviour in domestic on-site wastewater treatment plants and in sewage sludge amended-soils, Science of the Total Environment, 722, 2020, p137794 , Journal Article, PUBLISHED  DOI
Gill L.W., 'INCEPTION HORIZON - a celebration of subterranean karst cave systems', Museum Budiling, Trinity College Dublin, Trinity College Dublin and iCRAG, 2020, -, Visual art production, PUBLISHED  URL
Bhatnagar S., Ghosh B., Regan S., Naughton O., Johnston P.M., Gill L.W., Remote sensing based ecotope mapping and transfer of knowledge in raised bogs, Geophysical Research Abstracts , EGU General Assembly, Vienna, Austria, 7th-12th April, 21, 2019, Conference Paper, PUBLISHED
Schuler P., Duran L., Johnston P.M., Gill, L.W., A multi-method approach to resolve the dynamics of groundwater flow components in a low-lying karstified limestone aquifer, Geophysical Research Abstracts, EGU General Assembly, Vienna, Austria, 7th-12th April, 21, 2019, Conference Paper, PUBLISHED
  

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Regan S., Swenson M., O'Connor M., Johnston P., Gill L., The effects of drainage on peat and greenhouse gas emissions, Peatlands and Greenhouse Gas Emissions Workshop, National Museum Ireland, Dublin, 7th February, 2019, Conference Paper, PUBLISHED
Gill L.W., McDermott F., iCRAG Groundwater: advances in understanding water resources for both human supply and ecohydrological habitats, iCRAG2019 - Resources for a sustainable future, Croke Park, Dublin, Ireland , 2nd December , 2019, Conference Paper, PUBLISHED
Bijkerk E., Regan S., Waldren S., Coxon C., Johnston P., Gill L., Hydrology and hydrochemistry in Irish calcareous fens, 39th Annual Groundwater Conference, IAH Irish Group, Tullamore, Ireland, 30th April - 1st May, II, 2019, pp9 - 16, Poster, PUBLISHED
Cantoni E., Misstear B.D.R., Gill L.W., Recharge characterisation of Irish fractured bedrock aquifers at the catchment scale, Proceedings of the 38th Annual Groudnwater Conference, IAH Irish Group, Tullamore, Ireland, 24th-25th April, IV, 2018, pp17 , Conference Paper, PUBLISHED
Morrissey P., Gill L.W., McCormack T., Naughton O., Modelling groundwater flooding. A unqiue challenge requirng a novel solution: a case study of south Galway, Proceedings of the 38th Annual Groudnwater Conference, IAH Irish Group, Tullamore, Ireland, 24th-25th April, II, 2018, pp9 - 16, Conference Paper, PUBLISHED
Duran L., Gill L.W., Karst "open heart surgery". Time series analysis methods and visualisation, Proceedings of the 38th Annual Groudnwater Conference, IAH Irish Group, Tullamore, Ireland, 24th-25th April, IV, 2018, pp7 - 8, Conference Paper, PUBLISHED
Mooney D., Danaher M., Richards K., Gill L., Mellander P-E. Coxon C., Agro-chemicals in Irish groundwaters: preliminary findings of anthelmintic drug occurrence in Irish karst and fractured aquifers, Proceedings of the 38th Annual Groudnwater Conference, IAH Irish Group, Tullamore, Ireland, 24th-25th April, IV, 2018, pp5 - 6, Conference Paper, PUBLISHED
Morrissey P., Johnston P., Gill L.W., Groundwater flood modelling in the karst lowlands of South Galway, National Hydrology Conference, Mullingar, Ireland, 20th November , 2018, Conference Paper, PUBLISHED
Gill L.W.. Mac Mahon J. , Sludge accumulation and recommended desludging rates for Domestic Wastewater Treatment Systems, Irish Onsite Wastewater Association (IOWA) annual conference, Port Arlington, Co. Laois, Ireland, 13th December , 2018, Invited Talk, PUBLISHED
Bhatnagar S., Ghosh B., Regan S., Naughton O., Johnston P.M., Gill L.W. , Monitoring ecological conditions of a raised bog using remote sensing techniques, 8th European Space Agency (ESA) Advanced Land Training Course on Land Remote Sensing, University of Leicester, UK, 10th-14th Sept 2018, 2018, Poster, PUBLISHED

  

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Project Exemplar 2015 award from InterTradeIreland collaboration with CDEnviro Ltd. 2015
Fellow of Trinity College Dublin 2013
Enterprise Ireland Commercialisation Award 2011
Institution of Civil Engineers prize (Lancaster University) 1990