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Pat Cooper

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Environmental and Biochemical Sciences
Environmental and Biochemical Sciences
Research Assistant
pat.cooper@hutton.ac.uk
+44 (0)344 928 5428 (*)

The James Hutton Institute
Craigiebuckler
Aberdeen AB15 8QH
Scotland UK

 

Pat is a research assistant with 25 years experience, mainly in Soil Organic Chemistry, Microbiological and Biogeochemistry of Catchment Systems. She has experience of a broad range of Analytical and Microbiological techniques with extensive fieldwork and site management skills.

Current research interests

Current interests include the study of the effect of Long Term Sewage Sludge application to Agricultural Soils on Soil Microbial Activity and the implications for Agricultural Productivity and Long Term Fertility. Another current interest is the analysis of P in buffer strips near rivers.

Bibliography

  • Dawson, L.A.; Towers, W.; Owen, J.; White, D.; Coull, M.C.; Ross, J.M.; Donnelly, D.; Cooper, P. (2010) Soils of the crofts., In: Dawson, L.A., Morrice, J. & Rodway, P. Soils of the Crofts. The James Hutton Institute Publication with Crofting Connections, Aberdeen, 130pp.

  • Campbell, C.D.; Cooper, P.; Crooks, W.; Sinclair, A.; White, D. (2010) Impact of long term sewage sludge additions to biological functions in Scottish soils., Final Report to The Scottish Government. CR/2008/03

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