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About Andrew K Fletcher

Contact: andrewAToperationoasis.com

TeL Intl: +44 1803524117

Tel UK: 01803524117

Skype: andrewkfletcher

 

Andrew K Fletcher  - Technical Operations Director
-Environmental Engineer
-Inventor

-Scientist
-Founder of the Operation OASIS Concept
-Founder of A Pocket Full Of Acorns (Communicating the need to increase tree cover through the media)
-Background: plater Welder and mechanical engineer, Wastewater Engineer, plumber, Medical Researcher, Grey water recycling, Rainwater harvesting. Thermal Solar Panels
-(1994) Discovered how trees and plants, use the effects of gravity and evaporation to drive circulation. Applied this discovery to human and animal circulation leading on to Inclined Bed Therapy which has evolved into communicating this important discovery over 17 years through publications, News Articles, Magazines,Radio, TV, web presence and social networking.
-Special skills – Lateral thinker who applies solutions to global problems. (problem solving)
- Ability to communicate scientific concepts at a level that engages scientists and the general public.
-Specialist area of knowledge:  Circulation in plants and trees, Human physiology, medical researcher, sewage and water management in arid environments, desertification, drought and famine, shipping ballast, waste water processing,
-I.T. Skills include Website Designer, Data Recovery, Computer Fault finding, new-builds and upgrades.
Public Relations.

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