NERC Independent Research Fellow
My fellowship research “Plant nutrition as Earth System Science” addresses the interactions between soil carbon dynamics, plant nutrient uptake, and plant growth.
I work primarily in Arctic terrestrial ecosystems where environmental change is happening quickly. Soils in these regions are carbon rich – the fate of this carbon will be important in determining the global climate impact of Arctic change. I use a combination of experimental work and models, often employing isotopes to quantify carbon and nitrogen dynamics in plants and soils.
For a full list of my publications, see the Edinburgh Research Explorer here
School of GeoSciences
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