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Gordon Hudson

Information and Computational Sciences
Information and Computational Sciences
Soil Data Manager
gordon.hudson@hutton.ac.uk
+44 (0)344 928 5428 (*)

The James Hutton Institute
Craigiebuckler
Aberdeen AB15 8QH
Scotland UK

 

Bibliography

  • Vance, D.; Matthews, A.; Keech, A.; Archer, C.; Hudson, G.; Pett-Ridge, J.; Chadwick, O.A., (2016) The behaviour of Cu and Zn isotopes during soil development: Controls on the dissolved load of rivers., Chemical Geology, 445, 36-53.
  • Thornton, B.; Martin, G.; Procee, M.; Miller, D.R.; Coull, M.C.; Yao, H.-Y.; Chapman, S.J.; Hudson, G.; Midwood, A.J., (2015) Distributions of carbon and nitrogen isotopes in Scotland's topsoil: a national-scale study., European Journal of Soil Science, 66, 1002-1011.
  • Lilly, A.; Bell, J.S.; Hudson, G.; Nolan, A.J.; Towers, W., (2015) Lilly, A., Bell, J.S., Hudson, G., Nolan, A.J. & Towers. W. 2011. National soil inventory of Scotland 2007-2009: profile description and soil sampling protocols. (NSIS_2). Technical Bulletin, James Hutton Institute., Scotland's Soils Website.
  • Lilly, A.; Bell, J.S.; Hudson, G.; Nolan, A.J.; Towers, W. (Compilers), (2015) Lilly, A., Bell, J.S., Hudson, G., Nolan, A.J. & Towers. W. (Compilers) 2010. National soil inventory of Scotland (NSIS_1); site location, sampling and profile description protocols. (1978-1988)., Scotland's Soils Website.
  • Devereux, G.; Tagiyeva, N.; Turner, S.; Ayres, J.G.; Seaton, A.; Hudson, G.; Hough, R.L.; Campbell, C.D.; Shand, C.A., (2014) Early-life residential exposure to soil components in rural areas and childhood respiratory health and allergy., Science of the Total Environment, 466-467, 338-344.
  • Andersen, M.B.; Vance, D.; Keech, A.R.; Rickli, J.; Hudson, G., (2013) Estimating U fluxes in a high-latitude, boreal post-glacial setting using U-series isotopes in soils and rivers., Chemical Geology, 354, 22-32.
  • Aitkenhead, M.J.; Coull, M.C.; Towers, W.; Hudson, G., (2013) Prediction of soil characteristics and colour using data from the National Soils Inventory of Scotland., Geoderma, 200-201, 99-107.
  • Chapman, S.J.; Bell, J.S.; Campbell, C.D.; Hudson, G.; Lilly, A.; Nolan, A.J.; Robertson, A.H.J.; Potts, J.M.; Towers, W., (2013) Comparison of soil carbon stocks in Scottish soils between 1978 and 2009., European Journal of Soil Science, 64, 455-465.
  • Rhind, S.M.; Kyle, C.E.; Kerr, C.; Osprey, M.; Zhang, Z.L.; Duff, E.I.; Lilly, A.; Nolan, A.; Hudson, G.; Towers, W.; Bell, J.; Coull, M.C.; McKenzie, C., (2013) Concentrations and geographic distribution of selected organic pollutants in Scottish surface soils, Environmental Pollution, 182, 15-27.
  • Aitkenhead, M.J.; Coull, M.C.; Towers, W.; Hudson, G.; Black, H.I.J., (2012) Predicting soil chemical composition and other soil parameters from field observations using a neural network., Computers and Electronics in Agriculture, 82, 108-116.
  • Baritz, R.; Hudson, G.; Willer, J., (2012) D4.3 data harmonization best practice guidelines., ECP-2008-GEO-318004 GS SOIL. Assessment and Strategic development of INSPIRE compliant Geodata-Services for European Soil Data.
  • Eberhardt, E.; Kozel, J.; Fitzner, D.; Templer, S.; Hudson, G., (2012) D4.2 Data exchange with the GS Soil Generic application schema for soil information - a soil data cookbook using ISO DIS 28258., ECP-2008-GEO-318004 GS SOIL. Assessment and Strategic development of INSPIRE compliant Geodata-Services for European Soil Data.
  • Hudson, G.; Lilly, A.; Higgins, A.; Jordan, C.; Donnelly, D.; Baggaley, N.J.; Fealy, R., (2012) Harmonisation of 1:250 000 scale soil maps and soil profile data in the Celtic fringe of Europe: Scotland, Northern Ireland and Eire. Test case report., D4.3 Data Harmonization Best Practice Guidelines, GS Soil Final Report to the European Commission, ECP-2008-GEO-318004.
  • Knapp, C.W.; McCluskey, S.M.; Singh, B.K.; Campbell, C.D.; Hudson, G.; Graham, D.W., (2011) Antibiotic resistance gene abundances correlate with metal and geochemical conditions in archived Scottish soils., PLoS ONE, 6, Article No. e27300.
  • Lilly, A.; Hudson, G.; Hough, R.L.; NSIS Resampling Team, (2011) Scotland's soil resource., In: Marrs, S.J., Foster, S., Hendrie, C., Mackey, E.C. & Thompson, D.B.A. (eds.). The Changing Nature of Scotland. TSO Scotland, Edinburgh, Chapter 4, 45-52.
  • Shand, C.A.; Balsam, M.; Hillier, S.J.; Hudson, G.; Newman, G.; Arthur, J.R.; Nicol, F., (2010) Aqua regia extractable selenium contents of some Scottish topsoils measured by ICP-MS and the relationship with mineral and organic components., Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture, 90, 972-980.
  • Lilly, A.; Bell, J.S.; Hudson, G.J.; Nolan, A.J.; Towers, W., (2010) National Soil Inventory of Scotland 1[NSIS_1]: soil location, sampling and profile description protocols(1978-1988)., Technical Bulletin, The Macaulay Institute, Aberdeen,51pp.
  • Smith, J.U.; Chapman, S.J.; Bell, J.; Bellarby, J.; Gottschalk, P.; Hudson, G.; Lilly, A.; Smith, P.; Towers, W., (2009) Developing a methodology to improve soil C stock estimates for Scotland and use of initial results from a resampling of the National Soil Inventory of Scotland to improve the ecosse model., Report to Scottish Government on Project UAB-015-07, 112pp.
  • Black, H.I.J.; Booth, P.; Bellamy, P.; Elston, D.A.; Frogbrook, Z.L.; Hudson, G.; Lark, M.; Potts, J.M.; Reynolds, B.; Lilly, A., (2008) Design and operation of a UK Soil Monitoring Network., Environment Agency, Science Report - 060072/SR.
  • Morvan, X.; Richer de Forges, A.; Arrouays, D.; Le Bas, C.; Saby, N.; Jones, R.J.A.; Verheijen, F.G.A.; Bellamy, P.; Kibblewhite, M.; Stephens, M.; Freudenschuss, A.; Strauss, P.; Spiegel, H.; Verdoodt, A.; Goidts, E.; Colinet, G.; Sishkov, T.; Kolev, N.; Penizek, V.; Kobza, J.; Balstrom, T.; Penu, P.; Koster, T.; Jolivet, C.; Baritz, R.; Kosmas, C.; Berenyi Uveges, J.; Becher, G.; Renaud, J.P.; Arnoldussen, A.H.; Pavlenda, P.; Neville, P.; Michopoulos, P.; Herzberger, E.; Simoncic, P.; fay, D.; Buivydaite, V.V.; Karklins, A.; Kobza, J.; Camilleri, S.; Sammut, S.; Higgins, A.; Jordan, C.; Rutgers, M.; Niedzwiecki, J.; Stuczynski, T.; Goncalves, M.C.; Dias Mano, R.; Simota, C.; Lilly, A.; Hudson, G.; Olsson, M.; Lilja, H.; Simo Josa, I.; Zupan, M.; Sleutel, S., (2007) Une analyse des strategies d'echantillonnage des resaux de surveillance de la qualite sols en Europe., Etude et gestion des sols; Journal of the French Soil Science Society, 14, 317-325.
  • Lilly, A.; Jones, M.; Hudson, G., (2007) ENVASSO final report WP 5: Pilot area report. Soil erosion risk threat., ENVASSO WP Final Report.
  • Emmett, B.; Black, H.I.J.; Bradley, R.I.; Elston, D.A.; Reynolds, B.; Creamer, R.; Frogbrook, Z.L.; Hudson, G.; Jordan, C.; Lilly, A.; Moffat, A.; Potts, J.; Vanguelova, E., (2007) National Soil Monitoring Network: Review and assessment study. Final report., SNIFFER, Project LQ09.
  • Towers, W.; Grieve, I.C.; Hudson, G.; Campbell, C.D.; Lilly, A.; Davidson, D.A.; Bacon, J.R.; Langan, S.J.; Hopkins, D.A., (2006) Scotland's soil resource - current state and threats., Report to SEERAD.
  • Lilly, A.; Hudson, G.; Birnie, R.V.B.; Horne, P.L., (2002) The inherent geomorphological risk of soil erosion by overland flow in Scotland., Scottish Natural Heritage Research, Survey and Monitoring Report No 183.
  • Bacon, J.R.; Hudson, G., (2001) A flexible methodology for the characterisation of soils: a case study of the heavy metal status of a site at Dornach., Science of the Total Environment, 264, 153-162.
  • Hudson, G.; Birnie, R.V.B., (2000) A method of land evaluation including year to year weather variability., Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, 101, 203-216.
  • Fisher, E.A., Thornton, B., Hudson, G. and Edwards, A.C., (1998) The variability in total and extractable soil P under a grazed pasture., Plant and Soil, 203, 249-255.
  • Sibbald, A.R., Hislop, A.M., Dick, J., Elston, D.A., Iason, G.R., Nwaigbo, L.C. and Hudson, G., (1998) Soil-plant-animal interactions in the establishment phase of a silvopastoral system in N.E. Scotland., Agroforestry Forum, 8, 23-26.
  • Paterson, E., Taylor, A.G., Campbell, C.D., Hudson, G. and Gauld, J.H., (1998) Development of a framework for soil monitoring for state of the natural heritage reporting., Scottish Natural Heritage Report. MRCS Contract Report, No. R/AC1/BAT/98/32, June 1998.
  • Marriott, C.A.; Hudson, G.; Hamilton, D.; Neilson, R.; Boag, B.; Handley, L.L.; Wishart, J.; Scrimgeour, C.M.; Robinson, D., (1997) Spatial variability of soil total C and N and their stable isotope signatures in an upland grassland system., Plant and Soil, 196, 151-162.
  • Marriott, C.A.; Hudson, G.; Hamilton, D.; Neilson, R.; Boag, B.; Handley, L.L.; Wishart, J.; Scrimgeour, C.M.; Robinson, D., (1997) Spatial variability of soil total C and N and their stable isotopes in an upland Scottish grassland., Plant and Soil, 196, 151-162.
  • Nwaigbo, L.C., Miller, H.G., Sibbald, A.R. and Hudson, G., (1997) Soil nutrient redistribution pattern about the tree in a silvopastoral system., In: Proceedings of the XVIII International Grassland Congress, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, 1997: Volume 1. Session 6, 13-14.
  • Nwaigbo, L.C., Sibbald, A.R. and Hudson, G., (1997) Trees for shelter: the implications in agroforestry systems., In: Proceedings of the XVIII International Grassland Congress, Canada, 1997: Session 6, 15-16.
  • Bacon, J.R.; Hudson, G., (1997) MLURI sample plan for CEEM soil., Contract on Comparative Evaluation of European Methods on Sampling and Sample Preparation of Soils (CEEM), for Universitat des Saarlandes.
  • Bell, J.S., Dry, F.T., Gauld, J.H., Hudson, G., Lilly, A. and Towers, W., (1996) The soil resource of Scotland., In: Soils, Sustainability and the Natural Heritage (eds. A.G. Taylor, J.E. Gordon and M.B. Usher). HMSO, Edinburgh, pp97-100.
  • Nwaigbo, L.C., Hudson, G. and Sibbald, A.R., (1995) Tree-scale trends in available soil nutrients and cone penetration resistance in grazed hybrid larch (Larix eurolepsis) silvopastoral system, Agroforestry Forum, 6, 48-50.
  • Matthews, K.B., MacDonald, A.M., Aspinall, R.J., Hudson, G., Law, A.N.R. and Paterson, E., (1994) Climatic soil moisture deficit - climate and soil integration in a GIS., Climate Change, 28, 273-287.
  • Hudson, G. and Wackernagel, H., (1994) Mapping temperature using kriging with external drift: theory and an example from Scotland., International Journal of Climatology. 14(1), 77-91.
  • Henderson, D.J.; Madden, M.J.; Still, M.J.; Dry, F.T.; Hudson, G.; Towers, W.; Gauld, J., (1994) The Environmentally Sensitive Areas designated in Scotland. The Stewartry, Whitlaw/Eildon and the machair of the Uists and Bernbecula, Barra and Vatersay ESAs - Biological monitoring report, years one to five, 1989-1993, Presented to the Scottish Office Agirculture and Fisheries Department.
  • Henderson, D.J.; Madden, S.; Still, M.J.; Dry, F.T.; Hudson, G.; Towers, W.; Gauld, J.H., (1994) Embedding the value of the natural environment in decision-making: priorities for overcoming barriers and encouraging enablers in implementing the Land Use Strategy for Scotland: Presentation and workshop facilitation., The Stewartry, Whitlaw/Eildon and Uists ESAs, Biological Monitoring Report Years 1-5, 1989-1993. Macaulay Land Use Research Institute. Aberdeen (Restricted circulation).

  • Lilly, A.; Hudson, G.; Hough, R.L.; NSIS Resampling Team, (2011) Scotland's soil resource., In: Marrs, S.J., Foster, S., Hendrie, C., Mackey, E.C. & Thompson, D.B.A. (eds.). The Changing Nature of Scotland. TSO Scotland, Edinburgh, Chapter 4, 45-52.
  • Hudson, G., (1993) Soils., In: Isle of Skye Data Atlas 1993 (ed. G. Robertson), Skye Forum, Portree, Skye, pp25-37.
  • Wilson, E., Hudson, G. and Smith, B.F.L., (1991) Soils of acid catchments before and after liming., In: Restoring Acid Waters: Loch Fleet 1984-1990 (ed. G. Howells and T.R.K. Dalziel), pp. 199-228. Elsevier, Amsterdam.
  • Hudson, G., (1991) Geomorphology and Soils of the Outer Hebrides., In: Flora of the Outer Hebrides (ed. R.J. Pankhurst and J.M. Mullin), pp. 19-27. Natural History Museum Publications, London.
  • Hudson, G.; Towers, W.; Bibby, J.S.; Henderson, D.J., (1982) Soil and Land Capability for Agriculture (The Outer Hebrides)., The Macaulay Land Use Research Institute, Aberdeen, 1982.

  • Lilly, A.; Bell, J.S.; Hudson, G.; Nolan, A.J.; Towers, W., (2015) Lilly, A., Bell, J.S., Hudson, G., Nolan, A.J. & Towers. W. 2011. National soil inventory of Scotland 2007-2009: profile description and soil sampling protocols. (NSIS_2). Technical Bulletin, James Hutton Institute., Scotland's Soils Website.
  • Lilly, A.; Bell, J.S.; Hudson, G.; Nolan, A.J.; Towers, W. (Compilers), (2015) Lilly, A., Bell, J.S., Hudson, G., Nolan, A.J. & Towers. W. (Compilers) 2010. National soil inventory of Scotland (NSIS_1); site location, sampling and profile description protocols. (1978-1988)., Scotland's Soils Website.
  • Baritz, R.; Hudson, G.; Willer, J., (2012) D4.3 data harmonization best practice guidelines., ECP-2008-GEO-318004 GS SOIL. Assessment and Strategic development of INSPIRE compliant Geodata-Services for European Soil Data.
  • Eberhardt, E.; Kozel, J.; Fitzner, D.; Templer, S.; Hudson, G., (2012) D4.2 Data exchange with the GS Soil Generic application schema for soil information - a soil data cookbook using ISO DIS 28258., ECP-2008-GEO-318004 GS SOIL. Assessment and Strategic development of INSPIRE compliant Geodata-Services for European Soil Data.
  • Hudson, G.; Lilly, A.; Higgins, A.; Jordan, C.; Donnelly, D.; Baggaley, N.J.; Fealy, R., (2012) Harmonisation of 1:250 000 scale soil maps and soil profile data in the Celtic fringe of Europe: Scotland, Northern Ireland and Eire. Test case report., D4.3 Data Harmonization Best Practice Guidelines, GS Soil Final Report to the European Commission, ECP-2008-GEO-318004.
  • Lilly, A.; Bell, J.S.; Hudson, G.J.; Nolan, A.J.; Towers, W., (2010) National Soil Inventory of Scotland 1[NSIS_1]: soil location, sampling and profile description protocols(1978-1988)., Technical Bulletin, The Macaulay Institute, Aberdeen,51pp.
  • Smith, J.U.; Chapman, S.J.; Bell, J.; Bellarby, J.; Gottschalk, P.; Hudson, G.; Lilly, A.; Smith, P.; Towers, W., (2009) Developing a methodology to improve soil C stock estimates for Scotland and use of initial results from a resampling of the National Soil Inventory of Scotland to improve the ecosse model., Report to Scottish Government on Project UAB-015-07, 112pp.
  • Black, H.I.J.; Booth, P.; Bellamy, P.; Elston, D.A.; Frogbrook, Z.L.; Hudson, G.; Lark, M.; Potts, J.M.; Reynolds, B.; Lilly, A., (2008) Design and operation of a UK Soil Monitoring Network., Environment Agency, Science Report - 060072/SR.
  • Lilly, A.; Jones, M.; Hudson, G., (2007) ENVASSO final report WP 5: Pilot area report. Soil erosion risk threat., ENVASSO WP Final Report.
  • Emmett, B.; Black, H.I.J.; Bradley, R.I.; Elston, D.A.; Reynolds, B.; Creamer, R.; Frogbrook, Z.L.; Hudson, G.; Jordan, C.; Lilly, A.; Moffat, A.; Potts, J.; Vanguelova, E., (2007) National Soil Monitoring Network: Review and assessment study. Final report., SNIFFER, Project LQ09.
  • Towers, W.; Grieve, I.C.; Hudson, G.; Campbell, C.D.; Lilly, A.; Davidson, D.A.; Bacon, J.R.; Langan, S.J.; Hopkins, D.A., (2006) Scotland's soil resource - current state and threats., Report to SEERAD.
  • Lilly, A.; Hudson, G.; Birnie, R.V.B.; Horne, P.L., (2002) The inherent geomorphological risk of soil erosion by overland flow in Scotland., Scottish Natural Heritage Research, Survey and Monitoring Report No 183.
  • Paterson, E., Taylor, A.G., Campbell, C.D., Hudson, G. and Gauld, J.H., (1998) Development of a framework for soil monitoring for state of the natural heritage reporting., Scottish Natural Heritage Report. MRCS Contract Report, No. R/AC1/BAT/98/32, June 1998.
  • Bacon, J.R.; Hudson, G., (1997) MLURI sample plan for CEEM soil., Contract on Comparative Evaluation of European Methods on Sampling and Sample Preparation of Soils (CEEM), for Universitat des Saarlandes.
  • Henderson, D.J.; Madden, M.J.; Still, M.J.; Dry, F.T.; Hudson, G.; Towers, W.; Gauld, J., (1994) The Environmentally Sensitive Areas designated in Scotland. The Stewartry, Whitlaw/Eildon and the machair of the Uists and Bernbecula, Barra and Vatersay ESAs - Biological monitoring report, years one to five, 1989-1993, Presented to the Scottish Office Agirculture and Fisheries Department.
  • Henderson, D.J.; Madden, S.; Still, M.J.; Dry, F.T.; Hudson, G.; Towers, W.; Gauld, J.H., (1994) Embedding the value of the natural environment in decision-making: priorities for overcoming barriers and encouraging enablers in implementing the Land Use Strategy for Scotland: Presentation and workshop facilitation., The Stewartry, Whitlaw/Eildon and Uists ESAs, Biological Monitoring Report Years 1-5, 1989-1993. Macaulay Land Use Research Institute. Aberdeen (Restricted circulation).
  • Henderson, D.J.; Still, M.J.; Blyth, A.W.; Dry, F.T.; Hudson, G.; Towers, W., (1992) The Environmentally Sensitive Areas designated in Scotland. The Stewartry, Whitlaw/Eildon and Uists ESAs - biological monitoring report, progress 1989 - 1991., Presented to the Scottish Office Agirculture and Fisheries Department.
  • Henderson, D.J.; Still, M.J.; Blyth, A.W.; Dry, F.T.; Hudson, G.; Towers, W., (1992) The Environmentally Sensitive Areas Designated in Scotland. The Stewartry, Whitlaw/Eildon and Uists Environmentally Sensitive Areas., Biological Monitoring Report, Progress 1989-91 to SOAFD. Macaulay Land Use Research Institute, Aberdeen. (Restricted circulation).
  • Still, M.J., Henderson, D.J., Hudson, G., Madden, S. and Hawker, D., (1992) Survey of the Vegetation of the Loch Fleet Catchment., Macaulay Land Use Research Institute, Aberdeen. (Restricted circulation).
  • Henderson, D.J., Still, M.J., Blyth, A.W., Dry, F.T., Hudson, G. and Towers, W., (1992) The Environmentally Sensitive Areas Designated in Scotland. The Stewartry, Whitlaw/Eildon and Uists ESAs - Biological Monitoring Report, progress 1989-1991., Macaulay Land Use Research Institute, Aberdeen. (Restricted circulation).

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