Principal Hydrogeochemist | British Geological Survey
Dan Lapworth, principal hydrogeochemist, has worked at the British Geological Survey since 2001. His research interests include water quality, water supply resilience, water resource protection and replenishment within the context of environmental change and anthropogenic pressures. Dan has undertaken extensive field based research in Europe, Africa and South Asia. He is Chair of the IAH Groundwater quality commission and leads BGS research on emerging organic contaminants in groundwater as well as the application of novel field-based techniques to assess microbiological contamination in groundwater sources.