Neil Ogle

Dr

  • Room 03.433 - David Keir Building

    United Kingdom

Accepting PhD Students

1994 …2020

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Personal profile

Research Statement

I am an isotope geochemist with over two decades of research experience currently employed as both research fellow and laboratory manager of the Stable Isotope Facility within the School of Natural and Built Environment

I am a firm believer in multi- and interdisciplinary research and my portfolio of interests and publications include an array of topics that require isotopic interpretation.

Research Interests

Application of the light stable isotopes to addressing problems in the fields of:

  • Short- and long-term climate change
  • Environmental forensics
  • Bioarchaeology 
  • Geologic processes
  • Provenancing, including food security
  • Ecosystem Dynamics

Teaching

ALU8003 and BIO4201 (Agri-Food Traceability and Fraud)

Lecturing on the application of stable isotope analysis to identify food fraud and provenance

Achievements

PhD Supervision

2017 Abigail Goodman: Isotopic Dynamics of Precipitation in Northern Ireland

2020-2024 Sarah Ferrandin The Timing and Causes of Nitrogen Cycle Changes in Bronze Age Ireland

2020-2024 Sarah Barakat Exploring the potential of multi-tissue sulphur and strontium isotope analysis and isoscape modelling to reconstruct past faunal movements

MEng Project Supervision

2018 "Temporal isotope dynamics within precipitation events in Northern Ireland"

2019 "Stable Isotope Analysis of the River Lagan Catchment"

Particulars

  • Laboratory Manager of the Stable Isotope Facility
  • SNBE Health and Safety Co-Coordinator
  • CoSHH and Radiation Protection Supervisor for SNBE

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