Professor of Sustainable Land Use
Management of livestock manures and other organic resources to optimise nutrient utilisation whilst minimising impacts on water and air quality.
Tel: +44 (0)1248 383560
Professor of Ecology & Catchment Management
Head of School
Soil conservation and fertility, participatory and on-farm research, nutrient and carbon cycling.
Tel: 01248 388076 (from U.K.)
Senior Research Fellow
Smallholder farming, participatory research, agronomy.
Tel: +44 (0)1248 382283
Senior Lecturer in the Environment
Beekeeping for poverty alleviation, Choice-based modelling and its application to opinion elicitation.
Tel: +44 (0)1248 382991
Lecturer in Carbon Footprinting
Life cycle assessment, Systems analysis, Identification of process-level best practice measures and quantitative environmental performance benchmarks.
Tel: +44 (0)1248 382502
Professor of Soil and Environmental Science
Plant-soil-microbe interactions, Environmental Pollution, Human Pathogens, Dissolved Organic Nitrogen, Soil Quality.
Tel: +44 (0)1248 382579
Research Farm Manager
Uplands farming, GIS.
Tel: +44 (0)1248 383736
Dr Tim Pagella
Ecosystem services mapping; Agroforestry; Local ecological knowledge, Visualisation tools in participatory research; environmental policy.
Tel: 01248 382286
Senior Lecturer in Sustainable Crop Production
Tackling global food security issues. Genomics, client-orientated approaches, genetic diversity and inheritance of quantitative traits, marker-assisted selection.
Tel: +44 (0)1248 388655
Dr Mark Rayment
Lecturer in Forestry
Tropical Forest Fruits and Human nutrition.
Tel: 01248 383634 (from U.K.)
Senior Lecturer in Environmental Management
Agriculture and food production, sustainable intensification, waste, nutrient flows, livestock, pathogens, soils.
Tel: +44 (0)1248 382637
Client-oriented and participatory plant breeding, upland rice in South Asia, Pearl Millet.
Tel: +44 (0)1248 382116
Dr Fergus Sinclair
Senior Lecturer in Agroforestry
Global food security and nutrition, eco-efficiency of agricultureal systems, Local knowledge, Modelling social and ecological systems, Agroforestry.
Tel: 01248 382459
Senior Lecturer in Agriculture and Rural Development
Sustainable land use, particularly in the tropics, agronomy, crop physiology, agroforestry, rural development, effects of urbanisation on peri-urban land use.
Tel: +44 (0)1248 382517
Eifiona Thomas Lane
Lecturer in Environmental Management
Socio-economic aspects of environmental resource development, Food production systems, quality and farm business development.
Tel: +44 (0)1248 383233
Dr Eefke Molle
Lecturer in Agroforestry/International Development
Email: email@example.com | Tel: +44(0)1248 382517
Distance Learning Coordinator
Uplands farming systems, sustainable crop production in developing countries, underutilised crops, salinity stress.
Tel: +44 (0)1248 382285
|AKHTER, Sayma||Prof Morag McDonald/Prof Ray Marriott (Biocomps)||In-situ conservation of wild forest food for health and livelihoods|
|ALMULLA, Abdulaziz||Dr Paula Roberts||Quantification of inorganic nitrogen in North Wales soil samples|
|ALHASHMI, Mohammed||Dr Katherine Steele||The effect of the growing environment on beta-glucan content in food barley”|
|BASTAMI, Mohammad||Prof Dave Chadwick||Modification of the slurry environment to reduce methane and ammonia emissions|
|BECK, David||Dr Hefin Gwilym / Dr Eifiona Thomas-Lane||The changing face of food poverty in Wales|
|BROCKINGTON, James||Dr Rob Brook||A medium term impact assessment of agroforestry adoption in the drylands of Karnataka, India|
|CASIMIR, Al-Mario||Dr Rob Brook/Dr Paula Roberts/Prof Davey Jones||Phosphorus dynamics in soils of Dominica, West Indies|
|HALE EVANS, Lucy||Dr Graham Bird/Dr Paula Roberts||Phosphorus flow in school farm catchment|
|HAMMOND, James||Dr Fergus Sinclair/Dr Tim Pagella||Agriculture|
|HYLAND, John||Dr Prysor Williams/Prof Davey Jones||Reducing environmental impact of Welsh red meat sector|
|JONES, Rebecca||Dr Eifiona Thomas-Lane/Ms Sian Pierce||A consumer view of eco-certification within the Hospitality industry of North Wales|
|KURIA, Anna||Dr Tim Pagella/Dr Fergus Sinclair||Designing context-specific Agroforestry interventions through knowledge and scale integration in East Africa|
|LI, Yuhong||Prof Dave Chadwick||Effects of processing methods on N and P characteristics in different particle sizes of livestock slurry|
|MARSDEN, Karina||Prof Dave Chadwick /Prof Davey Jones||Lowering laughing gas (N2O) emissions from livestock urine patches: accounting for spatial and temporal investigations|
|MARZUKHI, Noorman (MPhil)||Dr Katherine Steele||Rice molecular breeding|
|MOLLEE, Eefke||Dr Morag McDonald||In-situ conservation of wild forest food for health and livelihoods|
|OWEN, Darren||Dr Paul Withers||Phosphorus acquisition from soils using novel biostimulants|
|PADOVAN, M.||Dr Rob Brook||Water relations in coffee agroforestry systems, Nicaragua.|
|RIBBONS, Relena||Dr Morag McDonald/Dr John Healey/Dr Andy Smith||Tree Impacts on soil nutrient and carbon cycles|
|SHAW, Rory||Dr Prysor Williams/Prof Davey Jones||Use of real-time in-situ nitrogen sensors to enhance sustainability and reduce costs in livestock systems|
|STROUD, James||Dr Katherine Steele||Developing a range of late-blight resistant tomato cultivars for outdoor production in a Northern European climate|
|TAFT, Helen||Prof Davey Jones/Dr Paul Cross||Quantifying and mitigating greenhouse gas emissions from horticultural peat soils|
|WAGNER, Kata||Dr Paul Cross||Does beekeeping alleviate poverty?|
|YESUFU, Jalil||Dr David Styles||Consequential life cycle assessment of perennial bioenergy crop production to support food security|