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Heather manages some of APEM’s most important long-term water quality monitoring studies. These include the innovative oxygenation and aeration projects at Salford Quays and the Manchester Ship Canal. Heather has a broad background in aquatic ecology in both freshwater and marine environment, with a particular interest in the evaluation of water quality parameters (chemical, microbiological and ecological) and their interpretation against current environmental standards. Since joining APEM she has been responsible for the development, implementation and monitoring of comprehensive water quality management programs at a variety of locations.