Scottish Alliance for Geoscience, Environment and Society

Dr. Lorna Street

Research interests:

Biogeochemistry of terrestrial ecosystems, with a focus on the Arctic.
Carbon and nutrient cycling in plants and soils.
Development of stable and radioisotope-based experimental and modelling techniques.

Career history:

2016: NERC IRF University of Edinburgh
2013-2016 PDRA Heriot-Watt & Durham University
2012-2013 PDRA Bangor University
2011: PDRA University of Aberdeen

Active research projects:

NERC IRF: Plant nutrition as Earth System Science: understanding the links between plant nutrient gain and soil carbon storage.

Recent publications:

Cutler, N. A., Arróniz-Crespo, M., Street, L. E., Jones, D. L., Chaput, D. L. & DeLuca, T. H. 18 Aug (2017). Long-Term Recovery of Microbial Communities in the Boreal Bryosphere Following Fire Disturbance. Microbial Ecology. p.73: 75.

Street, L. E., Dean, J. F., Billett, M. F., Baxter, R., Dinsmore, K. J., Lessels, J. S., Subke, J., Tetzlaff, D. & Wookey, P. A. (2016) Redox dynamics in the active layer of an Arctic headwater catchment; examining the potential for transfer of dissolved methane from soils to stream water. Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences. 121 (11). 2776-2792.

Dean, J. F., Billett, M. F., Baxter, R., Dinsmore, K. J., Lessels, J. S., Street, L. E., Subke, J., Tetzlaff, D., Washbourne, I. & Wookey, P. A. 11 (2016). Biogeochemistry of “pristine” freshwater stream and lake systems in the western Canadian Arctic. Biogeochemistry. 130: 191.

Street, L. E., Burns, N. R. & Woodin, S. J. 1 (2015) Slow recovery of High Arctic heath communities from nitrogen enrichment. New Phytologist. 206, 2, p. 682-695 14

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