Dr Marta Dondini
After obtaining a PhD at the Trinity College of Dublin with a thesis on the potential of bioenergy crop Miscanthus to sequester carbon in the soil, I joined the Environmental Modelling Group at the University of Aberdeen as a Post-doctoral Researcher. My research interests involve investigating how carbon storage in soils will be altered by land use change to bioenergy plantations and in partitioning soil into fractionations that match theoretical pools in soil C models.
My main areas of expertise are in modelling greenhouse gas / carbon mitigation and mechanisms regulating soil carbon sequestration.
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Management-induced changes in soil organic carbon on global croplandsBiogeosciences, vol. 19, no. 21, pp. 5125-5149Contributions to Journals: Articles
Environmental Issues: Greenhouse Gas EmissionsReference Module in Food ScienceContributions to Journals: Articles
Changes in soil organic carbon under perennial cropsGlobal Change Biology, vol. 26, no. 7, pp. 4158-4168Contributions to Journals: Articles
Characterising the biophysical, economic and social impacts of soil carbon sequestration as a greenhouse gas removal technologyGlobal Change Biology, vol. 26, no. 3, pp. 1085-1108Contributions to Journals: Articles
Towards more predictive and interdisciplinary climate change ecosystem experimentsNature Climate Change, vol. 9, pp. 809-816Contributions to Journals: Articles
Measured and modelled effect of land‐use change from temperate grassland to Miscanthus on soil carbon stocks after 12 yearsGlobal Change Biology. Bioenergy, vol. 11, no. 10, pp. 1173-1186Contributions to Journals: Articles
A global, empirical, harmonised dataset of soil organic carbon changes under perennial cropsScientific Data, vol. 6, 57Contributions to Journals: Articles
Using plant, microbe and soil fauna traits to improve the predictive power of biogeochemical modelsMethods in Ecology and Evolution, vol. 10, no. 1, pp. 146-157Contributions to Journals: Articles
Projecting soil under future climate and land use scenarios (Modelling)Soil Carbon Storage. Singh, B. K. (ed.). Academic Press, pp. 281-309, 29 pagesChapters in Books, Reports and Conference Proceedings: Chapters (Peer-Reviewed)
Soil Organic Carbon (SOC) Equilibrium and Model Initialisation Methods: an Application to the Rothamsted Carbon (RothC) ModelEnvironmental Modeling & Assessment, vol. 22, no. 3, pp. 215-229Contributions to Journals: Articles