The School of Civil Engineering and Surveying
Dr Brett Martinson
School of Civil Engineering & Surveying
Portland Building, Portland Street, Portsmouth PO1 3AH
BEng/MEng Engineering: Design and Appropriate Technology
PhD Engineering ("Improving the Viability of Roofwater Harvesting in Low-Income Countries")
- Introduction to Environmental Science and Geology
- Introduction to Design
- Infrastructure Development and the Environment
- Mechanisms of Environmental Pollution
- Environmental Engineering
- Sustainable Design
- Life Cycle of Structures
- Environmental Management
- Water conservation, augmentation and reuse in buildings
- Building physics
- On-site water supply in low-income countries
- Technology adoption in low-income countries
Way, C. M., Martinson, D. B., Heslop, S. E. & Cooke, R. C. (2010) Rainwater Harvesting: Environmentally Beneficial for the UK? Water Science & Technology: Water Supply, 10(5), 775-781. DOI: 10.2166/ws.2010.189.
Martinson, D. B. (2009) Capacity Building and Technology for Rainwater Harvesting Systems Keynote address in Proceedings of the 14th International Rainwater Catchment Systems Conference. Kuala Lumpur: International Rainwater Catchment Systems Association.
Martinson, D. B. & Thomas, T. H. (2009) Quantifying the First-Flush Phenomenon: Effects of First-Flush on Water Yield and Quality. In Proceedings of the 14th International Rainwater Catchment Systems Conference. Kuala Lumpur: International Rainwater Catchment Systems Association.
Thomas, T. H. & Martinson, D. B. (2007) Roofwater Harvesting: A Handbook for Practitioners, Delft: IRC International Water and Sanitation Centre. ISBN: 9789066870574
Martinson, D. B. & Thomas, T. (2005) Low-Cost Inlet Filters for Rainwater Tanks. In Proceedings of the 12th International Rainwater Catchment Systems Conference. New Delhi: International Rainwater Catchment Systems Association.
Martinson, D. B. & Lucey, A. D. (2004) Reduction in Mixing in Jet Fed Water Tanks. ASCE Journal of Hydraulic Engineering, 130(1), 75-81. DOI: 10.1061/(ASCE)0733-9429(2004)130:1(75).