Dr Aaron Neill

Dr Aaron Neill
Dr Aaron Neill

Dr Aaron Neill

MSci (Dunelm), PhD

Research Fellow

About

B30 St Mary's Building
Elphinstone Road
Aberdeen
Scotland (UK)
AB24 3UF

Biography

Sept 2019 to present:
Post-doctoral reseacher on ISOLAND project, University of Aberdeen

Sept 2015 to Aug 2019:
PhD: "Advancing models of microbial water quality across scales: From statistical to process-based approaches", University of Aberdeen

Oct 2011 to Jul 2015:
MSci (Hons) in Geography, Durham Univeristy

Research

Research Overview

  • Catchment hydrology
  • Isotope hydrology
  • Ecohydrology
  • Water partitioning
  • Water quality
  • Tracer-aided (eco)hydrological modelling
  • Environmental agent-based modelling

Current Research

I am currently the post-doctoral researcher on the ISOLAND project (P.I. Prof Chris Soulsby). The overarching aim of the project is to understand the impact of land use change on the partitioning of water between "blue" and "green" fluxes through integration of stable isotopes and ecohydrological models. My current focus on the project is investigating the impact of vegetation renaturalisation in Scotland on water partitioning through virtual modelling experiments and understanding the information content of different ecohydrological datasets in the context of calibrating and validating complex ecohydrological models.

 

Collaborations

ISOLAND project collaborators: Prof Chris Soulsby (UoA), Prof Christian Birkel (UCR), Prof Marco Maneta (UMT), Prof Jan Boll (WSU), Prof Ricardo Sanchez-Murillo (UNA), Dr Alicia Correa (UCR), Mr Jamie Stevenson (UoA)

Publications

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