Dr Paul Hill

Senior Lecturer in Environmental Science

Contact info

Room 207, Environment Centre Wales, School of Natural Sciences, Bangor University

Email: p.w.hill@bangor.ac.uk

Phone: +44 (0)1248 382632

Web: Researchgate

 

My research interests focus on carbon and nutrient (especially nitrogen) cycling in ecosystems. In particular, I am interested in the mechanisms controlling carbon storage in soils and how plants and soil microbes interact in the nitrogen cycle. Most of my work has been in temperate grassland or polar ecosystems. Much of this is associated with climate change, such as effects of elevated carbon dioxide concentrations, increasing temperatures or extreme weather conditions. My principal expertise is in the use of stable- and radio-isotopes to characterise fluxes in plant-soil-atmosphere systems.

Contact Info

Room 207, Environment Centre Wales, School of Natural Sciences, Bangor University

Email: p.w.hill@bangor.ac.uk

Phone: +44 (0)1248 382632

Web: Researchgate

 

My research interests focus on carbon and nutrient (especially nitrogen) cycling in ecosystems. In particular, I am interested in the mechanisms controlling carbon storage in soils and how plants and soil microbes interact in the nitrogen cycle. Most of my work has been in temperate grassland or polar ecosystems. Much of this is associated with climate change, such as effects of elevated carbon dioxide concentrations, increasing temperatures or extreme weather conditions. My principal expertise is in the use of stable- and radio-isotopes to characterise fluxes in plant-soil-atmosphere systems.

Teaching and Supervision

Module organiser for

  • DXX-3506 Current issues in environmental and related science
  • DXX-3508 Environmental Isuues

 

Contributor to

  • DXX-1000/1007  Academic Tutorials & Key Skills
  • DXX-1001 Ecosystem functon & services
  • DXX-2002 Water, air & soil pollution
  • DXX-3305 Tenerife field course
  • DXX-3701 Honours project
  • DXX-4101 MEnv dissertation
  • DXX-4999 MSc dissertation
  • DDL-4999 Distance learning disseration

 

Four current PhD students

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