Marsh Ecology Award

2006 - Prof Phil Ineson

Professor Ineson is a Chair in Global Change Ecology at the University of York. He is particularly noted for his work with stable isotopes, and was the first to grow C3 plants on C4 soil. Professor Ineson carries out research into the relationships between climate and soil carbon stores, the role of soils in producing 'greenhouse gases' and the potential impacts of future atmospheric CO2 levels on soil processes. He is widely acknowledged to be one of the most original scientists in the world working on the role of soil in the global carbon cycle. He received this award for his highly original and important contributions to this sector.


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