Formerly with Institute of Geological Sciences (now British Geological Survey), UK Atomic Energy Authority, University of Exeter, Camborne School of Mines, EU nuclear waste / seismic hazard research programmes and in private practice before joining Sheffield Hallam University in 2005.
Earth and Environmental Sciences, Physical Geography, Environmental Management
Main interests include: the natural radiation environment, solid, hazardous and nuclear waste management, environmental impacts of mining, contaminated land assessment and remediation, geothermal energy, geological hazard mitigation and related areas.
Theses / Dissertations
Ali, A.O. (2019). Examining the water footprint concept in relation to sustainable water management, Libya. (Doctoral thesis). Supervised by Heath, M. http://doi.org/10.7190/shu-thesis-00198
Elawej, K.A.K. (2014). A framework for the evaluation of air pollution caused by motor vehicles. (Doctoral thesis). Supervised by Heath, M.
Garnett, K.S. (2010). Framework for an analytical-deliberative process for municipal waste management decision making. (Doctoral thesis). Supervised by Cooper, T., Heath, M., & Patterson, A.
Emhmed, E. (2008). Developing an environmental management approach to Libya's upstream petroleum industry. (Doctoral thesis). Supervised by Jowsey, E., & Heath, M.
Masoud, M.A. (2007). Regulating the environmental impacts of the Libyan aggregates industry. (Doctoral thesis). Supervised by Heath, M., Jowsey, E., & Griffith, A.
Geological Society, Housing and Hazards Group, Erasmus Programme