I have been assigned as the head of the Norwegian National Soil Carbon Monitoring programme at NIBIO since 2023. My role is to lead, develop and execute this very first soil carbon monitoring project in Norway.
I am a climate change biologist with broad interests in the impacts of human activities and associated climate/environmental changes on global biogeochemical processes. I completed PhD at Imperial College London in 2015 with a thesis entitled Investigation into the effects of elevated carbon dioxide and temperature on nutrient cycling and understorey vegetation in a Eucalyptus woodland. My previous work can be found here.
- 2022-2023 Senior Research Engineer at Umeå University with a focus on the role of root carbon supply on oxidative decomposition in the boreal soil.
- 2018-2022 Postdoc at Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences with a focus on the long-term effects of nitrogen addition on organic matter accumulation in boreal forests.
- 2017-2018 Senior research technician at National Institute for Environmental Studies of Japan with a focus on meta-analysis on microbial immobilisation.
- 2015-2017 Postdoc at Hawkesbury Institute for the Environment, Western Sydney University with a focus on the effects of elevated CO2 and water availability on soil nutrient availability in relation to root exudates.a