Richard Brazier is professor of earth surface processes and director of the Centre for Resilience in Environment, Water, and Waste (CREWW) at the University of Exeter, UK. Brazier has pioneered the field of landscape restoration science, building an understanding of the structures of landscapes and ecosystems and how they interact with hydrological, ecological, geomorpholological, soil, and social science functions. He has specialized in understanding the ways in which both humans and animals can return ecosystems to more natural states, delivering a wider range of ecosystem services than the often degraded systems that humans have created.

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