Sullied Sediments

Contact Us

For information about the Sullied Sediments project, contact:

Project Lead
Professor Jeanette Rotchell
University of Hull 
(+44)1482 465333 

Project Coordinator
Annabel Hanson
East & North Yorkshire Waterways Partnership
(+44)1482 391678


Keep up to date about our project!

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Sullied Sediments' final newsletter published

19 March 2021

Please have a look to find out how you can access our research outputs online and read some reflections about the project.

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Sullied Sediments' citizen science programme exceeds volunteer recruitment target

07 January 2021

RiverDip rolled out in the UK, Netherlands, Belgium and Germany

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6th edition of the Sullied Sediments newsletter just published

16 December 2020

We have just issued our 6th newsletter which focuses on communications and public engagement.

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RiverDip Volunteer Training Website Launched by the Sullied Sediments Project Partnership

04 October 2020

Volunteers can now find out how to get involved in our RiverDip citizen science programme online!

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FULLY BOOKED - RiverDip Citizen Science Programme resumes!

23 September 2020

After an eight month hiatus due to Covid-19, we are thrilled to announce the continuation of our volunteer training workshops as part of our RiverDip citizen science programme.

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Sullied Sediments Newsletter Just Published

16 July 2020

The 5th edition of our newsletter is now available.

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What is the Sullied Sediments RiverDip volunteer programme?

14 July 2020

Learn about water quality and how you can help to improve it in your local watercourse

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RiverDip Volunteer Training Workshops Resume in October 2020

14 July 2020

We are delighted to announce that the RiverDip volunteer training workshop in Ghent has been rescheduled to 12 October 2020

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BBC reports on Sullied Sediments volunteer water sampling campaign

27 September 2019

BBC Environment correspondent Paul Murphy meets the team with our Pocklington Canal volunteers

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Sullied Sediments' innovative pollen and spore research gets international exposure

27 August 2019

Researchers at the University of Hull are piloting novel and green approaches to water treatment using pollen and spores

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