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Senior Lecturer, Environmental Conservation
Pharmaceutical, Chemical & Environmental Sciences
MSc, PhD, CertEd, CMLI, FIEEM
Debbie Bartlett, having received a BSc Hons in environmental physiology, worked in a range of areas gaining experience in parasitology (Pfizer) horticulture and ecology before studying for a Master's in Landscape Ecology Design and Management. She then followed a path of professional development while working in the public sector achieving Chartered Landscape Architect (Management Division) status and full membership of the Institute of Ecology and Environmental Management.
Debbie is particularly interested in the role of agriculture and forestry in shaping the landscape and the impacts on both natural and cultural heritage. Her current research focus is on the socio-economic aspects of the coppice industry and conservation grazing. She combines her role at the university, which is on a 0.8 basis, with consultancy. Debbie is also an expert advisor to the Heritage Lottery Fund.
She became a Fellow of the Institute of Ecology and Environmental Management in October 2009 and received an IEEM 'Best Practice' award for the MSc Environmental Conservation programme.
Bartlett D M F (2011) In pursuit of the truth about the coppice woodland management in the South East. In Practice 73 pages 20-21
Nessa A & Bartlett D M F (2011) A comparison of organic farming in the UK and Bangladesh. International Journal of Applied Agriculture and Horticultural Sciences 2 (3) pages 294-297
Bartlett, D.M.F. (2011) Identifying issues for the coppice industry. Quarterly Journal of Forestry, 105(2), pp. 131–4.
Bartlett, D.M.F., and Witts, T. 2009. Biodiversity Data, Informatics and Ecologists. In Practice 65, pp. 25–7.
Bannister, N.R., and Bartlett, D.M.F. (2009) An initial investigation of an early Routeway and boundary, possibly prehistoric, in Bedgebury Forest. Archaeologia Cantiana, 124, pp. 295–311.
Bartlett, D.M.F. (2007) The coppice industry. Training and development in the South East. Quarterly Journal of Forestry, 101(4), pp. 285–90.
Bartlett, D.M.F. 2007. Coppice Industry training and development in the South East. In: Coppice for the 21st Century conference report, NWCG May 2007.
Bartlett, D.M.F. (2006) Exploring your Woodlands History: A Guide for Woodland Owners and Managers (with Dr N Bannister). Forestry Commission.
Bartlett, D.M.F. (2006) Natural England – prospects for landscape, people and planning. Ecos, 27, pp. 109–10.
Bartlett, D.M.F. (2005) Come together – The Blean Initiative. Landscape, pp. 16–17.
Bartlett, D.M.F. (2004) Wood work (coppice woodland management). Landscape, 11 November 2004 pp. 23–4.
Bartlett, D.M.F. (2002) The White Horse of Folkestone – desecration or overreaction? Ecos, 23(1), pp. 85–8.
Bartlett, D.M.F. (2000) The World is run by those who turn up. Ecos, 21(2), pp. 37–42.
Bartlett, D.M.F. (2000) Conservation as commerce? Landscape Design, 292, pp. 24–5.