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Helen Pendlowski

Staff picture: Helen Pendlowski
Environmental and Biochemical Sciences
Environmental and Biochemical Sciences
XRPD Mineralogist
helen.pendlowski@hutton.ac.uk
+44 (0)344 928 5428 (*)

The James Hutton Institute
Craigiebuckler
Aberdeen AB15 8QH
Scotland UK

 

After gaining her honours degree in Geology and Petroleum Geology from the University of Aberdeen, Helen moved to Cardiff University and completed a masters with distinction in Applied Environmental Geology. Her masters dissertation project was completed here at the Institute, while working with Steve Hillier, and was entitled 'Utility of Quantitative X-ray Powder Diffraction Methods to Determine the Forms of Lead in Selected Contaminated Soils'.

Current research interests

Helen's work involves both commercial and research projects, focusing on X-Ray Diffraction techniques.

Bibliography

  • Hillier, S.; Pendlowski, H.; Fraser, T.; Robertson, J.; Delbos, E.; Phillips, I.; Gray, N.; Wilson, I. (2013) Tubular halloysite., Minerals for Life, Appleton Tower, Edinburgh, 17-19 June 2013.

  • Pendlowski, H.A. (2017) Applied mineralogy : Clay mineralogy and its application to the oil industry: a practical course., The James Hutton Institute Annual Research Symposium, Dundee, 22 November 2017. (Poster)
  • Hillier, S.; Pendlowski, H.; Fraser, T.; Robertson, J.; Delbos, E.; Phillips, I.; Gray, N.; Wilson, I. (2015) Correlations among mineralogical and physical properties of halloysite nano-tubes (HNTs)., Euroclay 2015 Conference, Edinburgh University, 5-10 July 2015.
  • Brennan, F.P.; Moynihan, E.; Griffiths, B.; Hillier, S.; Owen, J.; Pendlowski, H.; Avery, L. (2013) The impact of clay mineral composition on enteropathogen survival in soil., FEMS, 5th Congress of Microbiologists 2013, Leipzig, Germany, 21-25 July 2013. Abstract.

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