Bryce F.J. Kelly
Bryce Kelly is an Earth and Environmental Scientist who specialises in numerical geology and environmental measurements of air, water and soil. His current research is focused on assessing the impacts of coal seam gas, mining, and agriculture on water resources and the environment. He has over 25 years of international experience in lecturing, research and consulting, including consulting assignments for government departments and industry in the USA, Scotland, Bolivia and Australia. In Australia, he was joint program leader on groundwater research for the Cotton Catchments Communities Cooperative Research Centre and a Chief Investigator for the Australian National Centre for Groundwater Research and Training (NCGRT). He was recently an advisor to the NSW Office of the Chief Scientist and Engineer on coal seam gas developments in New South Wales, Australia, and is currently leading research for the Cotton Research and Development Corporation on assessing the impacts of the expansion of coal seam gas developments on groundwater resources. He has authored numerous press articles on coal seam gas and mining impacts, including articles for The Conversation and Australian Geographic.
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