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The University of Aberdeen

The Institute of Biological and Environmental Sciences at the University of Aberdeen delivers internationally recognised research into plant/microbe/soil systems at scales from molecule to global using state-of-the-art techniques. It achieved top rating in the 2006 Research Assessment Exercise and soils research is ranked top in Scotland and 2/34 in the UK. The Environmental Modelling Group has a global reputation in modelling greenhouse gas fluxes and soil carbon and nitrogen dynamics. The group includes 2 academic staff, 18 post-doctoral scientists and 10 PhD students, and maintains a dedicated computer-modelling lab.

  • Jo Smith

    Jo Smith - Reader in Soil Organic Matter and Nutrient Modelling, Institute of Biological and Environmental Sciences, School of Biological Sciences. Jo Smith is an environmental modeller with... Read more
  • Jenny Farmer

    Jenny recently gained her PhD from the University of Aberdeen. During this research, she lived in Indonesia for one and a half years conducting fieldwork to measure soil carbon and GHG emissions from... Read more
  • Sam Gandy

    I have a lifelong interest in nature and wildlife. I graduated with a BSc in Physical Geography at the University of Leicester in 2010 and have an MRes in Entomology from Imperial College London,... Read more