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Fyvie farm in Aberdeenshire has the Best Soil in Show (News)

After closely examining samples from different areas of the country, soil scientists from the James Hutton Institute has awarded the Best Soil in Show at the Royal Highland Show 2013. A sample from Fyvie in Aberdeenshire, submitte ... Read more

Have you got the Best Soil in Show? (News)

Farmers from across Scotland will be pitching the soil from beneath their feet against one another at this year’s Royal Highland Show where the James Hutton Institute will be looking for the Best Soil in Show. ... Read more

Chemical and Molecular Ecology funding (Research Page)

Funding for Chemical and Molecular Ecology comes from a variety of sources UK research funders NERC: Indirect and direct effects of genotypic diversity on ecosystem functioning. NERC project. (Andy Taylor, James Hutton Insti ... Read more

Selected Scientific Publications and Patents in Chemical and Molecular Ecology (Research Page)

Scientific Publications Artz, R.R.E.; Donnelly, D.; Cuthbert, A.; Evans, C.; Smart, S.; Reed, M.; Kenter, J.; Clark, J. 2013. Restoration of lowland raised bogs in Scotland: Emissions savings and the implications of a changing c ... Read more

Staff in the Chemical and Molecular Ecology group (Research Page)

Dr Rebekka Artz: ecology and ecosystem functions of peatland ecosystems. Focussing on building decision support tools for peatland management, including restoration opportunities and monitoring of restoration succession of the abo ... Read more

Chemical and Molecular Ecology (Research Page)

The Chemical and Molecular Ecology group uses chemical and molecular methods to answers problems in ecology and sustainable resource use and to understand evolution and ecosystem functioning. ... Read more

Research areas in the Chemical and Molecular Ecology Group (Research Page)

Soil-Microbial-Environmental Interactions Plant-Mutualist Interactions Plant-Animal Interactions Pathogens and Pollution ... Read more

Open Farm Sunday 9 June 2013 (Page)

The James Hutton Institute site at Invergowrie, near Dundee took part in Open Farm Sunday on 9 June 2013.  ... Read more

New woodland impact report from Scottish Beaver Trial (News)

The latest report by researchers from the James Hutton Institute examining the effect of beavers on woodland has been published by Scottish Natural Heritage (SNH) as part of the ongoing monitoring work on the Scottish Beaver Trial ... Read more

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