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Mr Kim Moreton

Associate Lecturer

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Chartered Surveyor MRICS, practicing in geomatics, resources and environment.
Member of the RICS UK Education Standards Board.
Member of the UK Environmental Law Association.

Current research

Application of close range photogrammetry in land condition / geological assessment.
Remote sensing in the geo-environmental/engineering value chain.
Mineral safeguarding, mineral and resource policy, and restraints on development.
Environmental protection and the National Planning Policy Framework.

Presentations, papers and awards

Leica: Innovation in High Definition Surveying  Award   2010
“Innovation in Metrology for Spatial/Temporal Asset Management in Superyacht Manufacture”
Intergraph 2011, Orlando, Florida.
“Research or Market? Adventures in turning ideas into earnings”
University of Nottingham, Institute of Engineering Surveying and Space Geodesy, presentation at invitation of Leica Geosystems.
“Realising ideas: from dissertation to working model”
University of Birmingham, Teaching of Laser Scanning,  Paper presented at invitation of Leica Geosystems;  Leica Global Symposium 2010, San Ramon California.
“Metrology solutions for marine construction: Too much information?”
Sparpoint 2009, Denver, Colorado.
“Contaminated land – an overview and guidance for Surveyors”
RICS Spring Seminar presentation 2010, RICS South West.
“Mundic Guidance note revision – update for Surveyors and Engineers”               
CPD seminar presentations to RICS (Plymouth and Cornwall Associations).
“Mine searches, Mundic and Radon - Property risk management from a time before HIPs”
CPD seminar presentation to NAEA (National Association of Estate Agents) .
“Mining, land contamination and radon”
CPD seminar presentation to DCHI (Devon and Cornwall Home Inspectors Association) Cornwall.