Scottish Alliance for Geoscience, Environment and Society

Dr. Jen Dickie

Department / group: Biological and Environmental Sciences
Google Scholar URL: Not available

Research interests:

I am a lecturer in Environmental Geography, specialising in Energy Geographies. I specialise in using mixed method approaches in my research, including GIS techniques, to assess socio-environmental interactions of the energy landscape. Currently, my research interests are focused around the socio-technical assemblages of renewable energy systems, public perceptions and reaction to energy transitions, energy justice and the social challenges associated with the development of the shale gas industry.

Career history:

Present: Lecturer, University of Stirling

Active research projects:

Not available

Recent publications:

Bettinetti, R., Quadroni, S., Crosa, G., Harper, D., Dickie, J., Kyalo, M., Mavuti, K. and Galassi, S., 2011. A preliminary evaluation of the DDT contamination of sediments in Lakes Natron and Bogoria (Eastern Rift Valley, Africa). Ambio, 40(4), pp.341-350.

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