Professional summary

Daniel is a hydro-meteorological instrumentation specialist used to working on large-scale automated monitoring networks and automated monitoring networks in extreme environments. He has experience with a wide variety of data transmission technologies due to the need for near real-time data collection from these networks, and the lack of a one size fits all solution. As a member of the Royal Meteorological Society Special Interest Group on Meterological Observing Systems he keeps up with developments in the field of meteorological instrumentatioin through contact with manufacturers and other end users. 

Daniel is currently focused on the implementation of UKCEH's Floods & Droughts Research Infrastructure, using lessons learnt from previous work on other large scale monitoring networks. These include the UK Flux network of eddy covariance sites measuring fluxes of water, carbon dioxide and methane and the COSMOS UK soil moisture monitoring network.