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Miklas Scholz


Dr. Miklas Scholz completed his Dsc in Civil Engineering at The University of Salford and PgC in Higher Education Practice at the University of Bradford. He had done his Ph.D. in Civil Engineering at The University of Birmingham and had also done MSc in Water Resources Engineering at the City University. He is Professor in Water Resources Engineering at Lund University, Sweden.He also holds the Chair in Civil Engineering at The University of Salford, UK. and also serving as visiting professor at the Civil Engineering Science Department University of Johannesburg, Johannesburg, South Africa. He has three books and 208 journal articles published to his credit (Total citations: 3978, H-index of 31 and I 10-Index of 91). He is an active member of many international committees and his work is funded through several grants. He did World-leading research on wetlands. He has supervised many young researchers and represented world-leading research publications. He was honored with many prestigious awards for his contributions in the field of water technology.

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His main areas of research includes number of publications is wetlands, integrated constructed wetlands, sustainable compensation basin, permeable ground coverings, water systems and ponds investigations, assessing the multi-functionality of all large water bodies with particular reference to their flood and diffuse pollution control potential. His research has led to the incorporation of findings into national and international guidelines on wetland and sustainable drainage systems. The greatest impact has been made in the area of ICW in Ireland, Northern Ireland, Scotland and England. Prof. Scholz contributed to the design guidelines of wetland systems as a research consultant. The guidelines assist managers in all aspects of ICW planning, design, construction, maintenance and management. Moreover, specific guidelines were written for ICW used by farmers to treat farmyard runoff in Scotland and Northern Ireland, and Ireland. These guidelines are specifically mentioned in the national legislation. The guidelines on SFRB and ICW have led to the international uptake of both the SFRB and ICW concepts and the researched hybrid SuDS. This work has particularly benefited the British Isles, and Central and Northern Europe.

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