Summary: professor of integrated environmental management at the University of Leeds whose distinguished academic career spanned a broad range of subjects in modelling and risk analysis, including pioneering work on cancer clusters near power stations and in pollution studies, who also took on a number of roles in the faculty including director of the centre for environmental management, director of teaching and learning for earth and environment, and dean of the faculty of earth and environment as well as chairwoman at the university's committee.
Cause of Death: Drowned after being struck by a tsunami
Born: October 9, 1951
Died: December 26, 2004
Location: Krabbi, Thailand