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The James Hutton Institute
Aberdeen AB15 8QH
Miriam is a am a catchment scientist interested in a cross-disciplinary understanding of the effects of land use on multiple ecosystem services, including water quality, freshwater biodiversity, soil conservation and carbon management in catchment systems. Her research combines aspects of freshwater biology, hydrology, soil science and biogeochemistry to address key challenges related to the sustainable management of soils and surface water.
Current research interests:
Applying and developing catchment and national scale water quality models for nitrogen, phosphorus and faecal indicator organisms.
Developing sediment tracing tools using biomarkers and stable isotopes.
Linking physico-chemical indicators of water quality to ecological status