Andy Dixon

Director of Research

Research Office

University of Chichester

Andy is the Director of Research at the University responsible for leading the Research Strategy and providing support the University's research community as head of the Research Office. Andy was previously a Research Fellow in Eco-Design at Sheffield Hallam University following his doctoral work at Imperial College, London. His research has focused particularly on urban sustainability issues relating to domestic water usage and has published on greywater and rainwater re-use and life cycle analysis relating to urban water systems. Prior to taking up his role at the University of Chichester he led a team of research funding officers at the University of Sheffield to support research bidding under themes of Global Environmental Change, Energy and Identities. He is also the Director more...

BEng (Hons) Civil and Structural Engineering (Bradford) MSc Environmental Engineering (Imperial College) PhD Simulation of domestic water re-use systems: greywater and rainwater in combination (Imperial College)

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  1. Villarreal, Edgar L. and Dixon, Andrew M. (2005) Analysis of a rainwater collection system for domestic water supply in Ringdansen, Norrköping, Sweden. Building and Environment, 40 (9). pp. 1174-1184. ISSN 0360-1323
  2. Dixon, Andrew M., Butler, D., Fewkes, A. and Robinson, M. (2000) Measurement and modelling of quality changes in stored untreated grey water. Urban Water, 1 (4). pp. 293-306.
  3. Dixon, Andrew M., Butler, D. and Fewkes, A. (1999) Water saving potential of domestic water reuse systems using greywater and rainwater in combination. Water Science and Technology, 39 (5). pp. 25-32. ISSN 0273-1223
  4. Dixon, Andrew M., Simon, Matthew and Burkitt, Tom (2003) Assessing the environmental impact of two options for small-scale wastewater treatment: comparing a reedbed and an aerated biological filter using a life cycle approach. Ecological Engineering: The Journal of Ecosystem Restoration, 20 (4). pp. 297-308. ISSN 0925-8574
  5. Dixon, Andrew M. and McManus, M. (2005) An introduction to life cycle and rebound effects in water systems. In: Water Demand Management. IWA publishing. ISBN 9781843390787
  6. Jeffrey, Paul, Seaton, Roger A. F., Parsons, Simon A., Judd, Simon J., Stephenson, Tom, Fewkes, Alan, Butler, David and Dixon, Andrew M. (2000) An interdisciplinary approach to the assessment of water recycling technology options. International Journal of Water, 1 (1). pp. 102-117.
  7. Diaper, C., Dixon, Andrew M., Butler, David, Fewkes, Alan, Parsons, Simon A., Strathern, M., Stephenson, Tom and Strutt, J. (2001) Small scale water recycling systems-risk assessment and modelling. Water Science & Technology, 43 (10). pp. 83-90. ISSN 0273-1223
  8. Lauchlan, C. S. and Dixon, Andrew M. (2003) Modelling of water discharges for houses with conventional and low water use appliances. In: Advances in Water Supply Management: Proceedings of the International Conference on Computing and Control for the Water Industry, 15-17 September 2003, London, UK. A.A. Balkema: Taylor & Francis. ISBN 9789058096098
  9. Dolan, Paul, Peasgood, Tessa, Dixon, Andrew M., Knight, Melanie, Phillips, David, Tsuchiya, Aki and White, Mat (2006) Research on the relationship between well-being and sustainable development. Project Report. DEFRA, London.
  10. Simon, Matthew and Dixon, Andrew M. (2003) Product life-cycle management for sustainability through information technology. In: 2nd International Conference on Design and Manufacture for Sustainable Development, Sept 2003, Cambridge, UK. (Unpublished)