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NERC grant successes in LEC
Louise Heathwaite, Andy Binley, Hao Zhang within the Lancaster Environment Centre, together with Stefan Krause (Keele University), Kate Heppell and Mark Trimmer (Queen Mary, London) have been awarded a NERC grant of £656,760 for a project entitled 'Implications of groundwater-surface water connectivity for nitrogen transformations in the hyporheic zone.'
In a second success, Trevor Page and Louise Heathwaite from the Centre for Sustainable Water Management within LEC, in collaboration with Alex Elliott and Ian Jones from the Centre for Ecology and Hydrology (Lancaster), have been awarded a NERC small grant to study the effects of future rainfall patterns, caused by climate change, on lake populations of phytoplankton.
A third success for Andy Binley and Nick Kettridge in collaboration with Andy Baird (Queen Mary, London) has resulted with a NERC grant of £173,738 (total grant: £359k) to study the Efflux of methane to the atmosphere from northern peatlands via ebullition: the role of plants and peat structure.
Tue 22 January 2008