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Kit Macleod

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Information and Computational Sciences
Information and Computational Sciences
Senior Catchment Modeller
kit.macleod@hutton.ac.uk
+44 (0)344 928 5428 (*)

The James Hutton Institute
Craigiebuckler
Aberdeen AB15 8QH
Scotland UK

 

Current research interests

My research focus is on land and water resource systems, using data science and participatory technologies to improve our understanding of their functioning, use and management under environmental change.

Bibliography

  • Macleod, C.J.A.; Ferrier, R.C. (2011) Temperate grasslands in catchment systems: the role of scale, connectivity and thresholds in the provision and regulation of water quality and quantity., In: Lemaire, G. & Chabbi, A. (eds.). Grassland Productivity and Ecosystem Services. CAB International, Wallingford, Chapter 24, 229-238. ISBN: 9781845938093
  • Turner, L.; Macleod, K.; Watts, C.; Whalley, R.; Binley, A.; Papadopoulos, T.; O'Donovan, S.; Haygarth, P.; King, J.; Humphreys, M.W. (2010) Dissecting Festulolium chromosome 3 to locate rooting and drought resistance traits., In: Hughe, C. (ed.). Sustainable Use of Genetic Diversity in Forage and Turf Breeding. Springer, The Netherlands, pp471-478.

  • Macleod, C.J.A.; Hewitt, R. (2018) Technical report D7: Overview of web mapping technologies and vector tile data for an outcome-based web application., Technical Report for RESAS deliverable, The James Hutton Institute, 20pp.
  • Macleod, C.J.A.; Hewitt, R. (2018) Technical report: progress with developing an outcome-based web application., RESAS Technical Report 1.2.4.3 (D3.6), 18pp.
  • Macleod, C.J.A.; Donnelly, D. (2018) Development of a natural asset register data portal: access consultation report., Report to RESAS Strategic Research Programme, 1.4.1a (O1.4.1ai Di Consultation Report), 18pp.
  • Brooker, R.; Paterson E.; Glendell, M.; Ellis, C.; Eastwood, A.; Fraser, F.; Wilkinson, M.; Skuce, P.; Macleod, C.; Carvalho, L.; Fischer, A.; Comerford, D.; Holland, J.; Vinten, A.J.A.; McVittie, A. (2017) Report on natural assets theme science day, James Hutton Institute, Aberdeen, 2 October 2017., Theme 1 Web pages, 6pp.
  • Blackstock, K.L.; Van Hulst, F.; MacLeod, C.J.A.; Waylen, K.A. (2017) Monitoring and Evaluation for Ecosystem Management (MEEM) - Comparing theory and documented practice across Europe., Technical Report for Project, November 2017, 96pp.
  • Macleod, C.J.A.; Blackstock, K.L.; Brown, A.; Eastwood, A.; Fisher, A.; Gimona, A.; Prager, K.; Irvine, R.J. (2017) Adaptive management evaluation framework., RESAS1.4.3a Deliverable M2.
  • Macleod, C.J.A.; Hewitt, R. (2017) Summary of research on developing a more integrated approach to land and water management using incentives and regulations for the delivery of multiple benefits: exploring national and regional level stakeholder views and needs., RESAS Research Deliverable.
  • Donnelly, D.; Macleod, C.J.A.; Ibiyemi, A. (2017) Review of existing natural asset registers and literature., Contract Report for RESAS.
  • MacLeod, C.J.; Blackstock, K.L.; Brown, K.M.; Eastwood, A.; Gimona, A.; Prager, K.; Irvine, R.J. (2016) Adaptive management: an overview of the concept and its practical application in the Scottish context., Technical Report for RESAS1.4.3a Deliverable D1, 24pp.
  • Macleod, C.J.A. (2016) How can logic modelling improve the planning, monitoring and evaluation of policy measures and wider interventions for multiple benefits?, Report to RESAS deliverable D3:1.
  • Matthews, K.B.; Miller, D.G.; Towers, W.; Squire, G.R.; Hawes, C.; Pakeman, R.J.; Brooker, R.; Brown, I.; Owen, J.; Vinten, A.J.A.; MacLeod, C.J.A. (2016) CAP Greening Review, Summary., Scottish Government and The James Hutton Institute Website.
  • Squire, G.R.; Hawes, C.; Pakeman, R.J.; Brooker, R.; Brown, I.; Towers, W.; Owen, J.; Vinten, A.J.A.; MacLeod, C.J.A. (2016) CAP Greening Review, Part 4, Expert Panel Review. Views of members of the expert panel on CAP Greening., Scottish Government and The James Hutton Institute Websites.
  • Aitkenhead, M.J.; Black, H.I.J.; Squire, G.; McLeod, K.; Hastings, E.; Troldborg, M.; Aalders, I.H.; Towers, W.; Lilly, A.; Brown, I.; Coull, M.C.; Castellazzi, M.; Matthews, K.B.; Baggaley, N.J. (2016) A review of ecosystem service mapping within Scottish Government RESAS-funded research., Report for Scottish Government.
  • Morris, S.; Prager, K.; MacLeod, K. (2015) Working together for better outcomes: learning from different perspectives to improve delivery of solutions to land and natural resource challenges., Briefing Note from Meeting, Edinburgh Centre for Carbon Innovation, Edinburgh, 26-27 March 2015.
  • Prager, K.; Morris, S.; MacLeod, K.; Currie, M. (2015) Exploring Interdisciplinarity - summary report of DICE at the James Hutton Institute., The James Hutton Institute, Aberdeen, March 2015, 88pp.
  • Morris, S.; MacLeod, K.; Prager, K.; Currie, M.; Holmes, B.; Waylen, K.A. (2015) Theory and practice of interdisciplinary team based research for understanding socio-ecological systems: review of literature., Report on internal website, March 2014.
  • Akoumianaki, I.; Macleod, C.J.A.; McCreadie, B.; Ibiyemi, A.; Crothers, D.; Forbes, H.; Garft, D.; Field, S.; MacDonald, J. (2014) Scotland Rural Development Programme (SRDP) 2014-2020: Recommendations for targeting support to deliver maximum benefit for the water environment., Crew Report, J203019.
  • Miller, D.G.; Matthews, K.B.; Towers, W.; Pakeman, R.J.; Brooker, R.J.; Squire, G.; Hawes, C.; Vinten, A.J.A.; MacLeod, C.; Owen, J.; Wardell-Johnson, D.H. (2014) CAP Greening Review - Expert panel - Interim results., Technical Report for Policy.
  • Aitkenhead, M.J.; Black, H.I.J.; Squire, G.; McLeod, K.; Hastings, E.; Troldborg, M.; Aalders, I.; Towers, W.; Lilly, A.; Poggio, L.; Gimona, A.; Brown, I.; Castellazzi, M.; Matthews, K.B.; Baggaley, N.J. (2014) A review of ecosystem service mapping within Scottish Government RESAS funded research., Report for Scottish Government.
  • Jackson-Blake, L.A.; Macleod, K.; Stutter, M.I.; Kenyon, W. (2012) Impacts of climate change on water quantity and quality in the North Sea Region., Report to Interreg IVB on WaterCAP WP3, Activity 1.

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