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Daksha Rajagopalan

Staff picture: Daksha Rajagopalan
Social, Economic and Geographical Sciences
Social, Economic and Geographical Sciences
Research Assistant
daksha.rajagopalan@hutton.ac.uk
+44 (0)1224 39 5393

The James Hutton Institute
Craigiebuckler
Aberdeen AB15 8QH
Scotland UK

 

Daksha is a research assistant in qualitative and quantitative methods, working in the Social, Economic, and Geographical Sciences group at The James Hutton Institute. Prior to joining the Hutton, she completed her MRes in Social Anthropology and MSc in People and Environment at the University of Aberdeen as well as her BS in Physics and Environmental Studies at Yale University.

Past research

Daksha's past research has included the following:

Bibliography

  • van Hulst, F.; Prager, K.; Irvine, R.J.; Rajagopalan, D.M.; Kuhfuss, L. (2017) The challenge of marginal land: efficient utilisation of the managed natural environment., Summary Report of Glensaugh Farm Event, Hutton Website, 13 September 2017, 3pp.
  • Blackstock, K.L.; Dick, J.; Rajagopalan, D. (2017) What has the concept of natural capital got to do with you?, Natural Capital Final ESCOM Report - Workshop Report, Grant Arms, Grantown-on-Spey, 8 December 2016. - will be linked to a blog on workshop to be publicised via ESCOM website.

  • van Hulst, F.; Prager, K.; Irvine, R.J.; Rajagopalan, D.M.; Kuhfuss, L. (2017) The challenge of marginal land: efficient utilisation of the managed natural environment., Summary Report of Glensaugh Farm Event, Hutton Website, 13 September 2017, 3pp.
  • Blackstock, K.L.; Dick, J.; Rajagopalan, D. (2017) What has the concept of natural capital got to do with you?, Natural Capital Final ESCOM Report - Workshop Report, Grant Arms, Grantown-on-Spey, 8 December 2016. - will be linked to a blog on workshop to be publicised via ESCOM website.

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