Professional summary

Dr Pete Henrys is a chartered statistician (CStat, Royal Statistical Society) at UKCEH with over 15 years’ experience of monitoring network design and large scale spatial and temporal analysis of environmental data. He has led teams to design multiple long terms monitoring programmes which are now successfully operational, including the design of the Glastir Monitoring and Evaluation Programme (Welsh Government); the Northern Ireland Countryside Survey (DAERA); the England Ecosystem System Survey (Defra); the Small Streams Network (EA); as well as advising the EA and NRW on the design and development of their sentinel river networks.

He has developed approaches for upscaling survey data to large, national scale maps whilst quantifying the uncertainty. He has led teams across a number of projects as PI and Co-I to develop novel analytical approaches to link key environmental indicators to different drivers across spatial and temporal scales. He has experience of analysing complex large scale data sets and integrating across different scales and structures using both Bayesian and multivariate approaches. Pete sits on committees for the Royal Statistical Society and the National Trust.