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Gordon Hudson

Information and Computational Sciences
Information and Computational Sciences
Honorary Associate
+44 (0)344 928 5428 (*)

The James Hutton Institute
Aberdeen AB15 8QH
Scotland UK



  • 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.

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