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Carol Kyle

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Social, Economic and Geographical Sciences
Social, Economic and Geographical Sciences
Research Assistant
carol.kyle@hutton.ac.uk
+44 (0)344 928 5428 (*)

The James Hutton Institute
Craigiebuckler
Aberdeen AB15 8QH
Scotland UK

 

I am  a research assistant with 20 years experience at the Institute. Originally trained in farm animal reproduction and nutrition, I made the leap into Social Research in 2013. As a square peg in a round hole I found the first year or so very challenging, but I've always enjoyed a challenge and am now throughly immeresed in SEGS. I particularly enjoy the qualitative aspects of my job, interviewing all manner of fascinating people and organising and running focus groups and workshops and presenting my work to interested parties.

Bibliography

  • Roberts, D.; Torrance, L.; Stirton, G.; Britton, A.J.; Craig, C.; Kyle, C-A.; Abel, C.; Macaulay, C.; Fielding, D.; Watson, H.; Pohle, I.; Robertson, J.; Maxwell, J.; Irvine, K.; Sutherland, L-A.; Dawson, L.A.; Shepherd, L.; Miller, P.; Ellis, R.; Richards, S.; Blok, V.; Hackett, C.; Kettle, H. (2018) Women in Science., The James Hutton Institute, 25pp.
  • Dawson, L.A.; Rhind, S.M.; Zhang, Z.L.; Poggio, L.; Kyle, C.E.; Mayes, R.W.; Aalders, I.H.; Osprey, M.; Ross, J.; Cuthbert, A. (2012) Linking distribution of soil PaHs to location as a forensic tool., In: Morrison, R.D. & O'Sullivan, G. (eds.). Environmental Forensics: Proceedings of the 2011 INEF Conference. Royal Society of Chemistry Publishing, Cambridge, pp199-205.

  • Duckett, D.; Kyle, C.; Maxwell, J.; Noble, C. (2018) Report of the SALSA Regional Workshop RR30 (Lochaber, Skye & Lochalsh, Arran & Cumbrae, Argyll & Bute), The Moorings Hotel, Fort William, 24 May 2018, 14pp.,
  • Hough, R.L.; Tompkins, D.; Williams, J.; Duckett, D.; Kyle, C. (2018) Community concerns regarding impacts on human health and the environment arising from sewage sludge., Report of a Community Engagement Workshop, Avonbridge Community Hall, Falkirk, 31 May 2018.
  • Kyle, C.; Duckett, D.; Barlagne, C. (2018) What will the Scottish potato sector look like in 2040 and will varietal diversity be important?, Report of a Workshop, Doubletree Hilton, Dundee, 13 December 2018, 12pp.
  • Tindale, S.J.; Roberts, M.; Koseoglu, N.; Novo, P.; Kyle, C.; Byg, A.; Faccioli, M.; Komossa, F.; Schaller, L.; Slee, B.; Villanueva, A.J.; Zasada, I.; Viaggi, D. (2018) Evaluation of the co-construction research process., Report for PROVIDE (PROVIding smart DElivery of public goods by EU agriculture and forestry), Deliverable D2.5. Final Version, August 2018, 44pp.
  • Roberts, M.; Kyle, C.; Tindale, S.; Koseoglu, N.; Schaller, L.; Targetti, S.; Ratinger, T.; Villanueva, A.J.; Zagorska, K.; Komossa, F. (2018) Report on practicability and transferability., Report for Provide (PROViding smart dElivery of public goods by EU agriculture and forestry), Deliverable D5.3., 313pp.
  • Byg, A.; Roberts, M.; Kyle, C.; Tindale, S. (2018) Strengths and weaknesses of governance mechanisms - workshop report., PROVIDE Workshop Report, James Hutton Institute, Aberdeen, 21 February 2018, 17pp.
  • Kyle, C.; Duckett, D.; Barlagne, C. (2018) Protecting genetic diversity of Scotland's potatoes., Report on the Workshop held at the James Hutton Institute, Dundee, 21 January 2018, 17pp.
  • Byg, A.; Novo, P.; Kyle, C. (2018) Shetland’s peatbogs - Residents’ values and perceptions’., Report for James Hutton Institute website. (News item)
  • Byg, A.; Faccioli, M.; Kyle, C.; Wilson, R. (2018) Factors influencing agriculture, water and biodiversity in the Ugie area, Aberdeenshire., Report published on PROVIDE and James Hutton Institute webpage, 14pp.
  • Kyle, C.; Sutherland, L.A. (2018) Understanding backyard poultry keepers and their attitudes to biosecurity., Report published on EPIC website.
  • Byg, A.; Novo, P.; Kyle, C. (2017) Portlethen Moss - what do you think about it?, Report on a Workshop with Local Residents, Portlethen Church Hall, 25 May 2017, 21pp.
  • Kyle, C.; Sutherland, L.-A. (2017) Smallflocks and biosecurity - preliminary report., Report for Scottish Government.
  • Troldborg, M.; Duckett, D.; Hough, R.; Kyle, C. (2017) Developing a foundation for reclaimed water use in Scotland., CREW Report, CRW2013_16.
  • Waylen, K.A.; Blackstock, K.L.; Kyle, C. (2015) Putting the Ecosystem Approach into practice - what can it do for you?, Report of a Natural Capital Initiative (NCI) Dialogue Session, Edinburgh Centre for Carbon Innovation, 28 September 2015.
  • Blackstock, K.L.; Akoumianaki, I.; Kyle, C.; Holstead, K.L.; Morris, S. (2015) Benefits of private water supply grants report., CREW Report, CRW2013_14.
  • Waylen, K.A.; Howard, B.; Kyle, C.; Martin-Ortega, J. (2015) Applying payments for ecosystem services., Report of a Workshop, Edinburgh, 24 February 2015.
  • Martin-Ortega, J.; Glenk, K.; Byg, A.; Kyle, C. (2015) Scotland's peat bogs, what do you think about them? - II., Report by The James Hutton Institute, Scottish Rural Collage and Climate Exchange (CxC), January 2015.
  • Martin-Ortega, J.; Glenk, K.; Byg, A,; Kyle, C. (2015) Scotland's peat bogs, what do you think about them?, Report on the Proceedings of a Workshop, The James Hutton Institute, Scottish Rural College and Climate Exchange (CxC).
  • Holstead, K.L.; Eastwood, A.; McVittie, A.; Kyle, C.; Martin-Ortega, J.; Glenk, K.; Nijnik, M. (2014) EAWG5: Update on valuations and values meeting report., Report from EAWG5, Victoria Quay, Edinburgh, 11 June 2014.
  • Gilbert, A.; Kyle, C. (2013) James Hutton Institute staff survey results 2013., Internal Report to FCS: Human Resources, The James Hutton Institute, May 2013.

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