Phil Ineson

Phil Ineson

phil.ineson@sei-international.org

Telephone: +44 1904 328551

Title: Research Leader

Expertise: climate and soil carbon stores

Centre: York

    Prof Phil Ineson carries out research into the relationships between climate and soil carbon stores, the role of soils in producing 'greenhouse gases' and the potential impacts of future atmospheric CO2 levels on soil processes.


    The work has also provided interesting insights into how soil fauna will respond to future climates and the nature of the soil bacteria that 'drive' major methane and trace gas fluxes.

    Stable isotopes are an important tool in Prof Ineson's studies and are currently being used by his group to study biogeochemical cycles and trophic interactions in soils.

    Research activities include:
    i) relationships between climate and soil carbon stores
    ii) the role of soils in producing 'greenhouse gases'
    iii) potential impacts of future atmospheric CO2 levels on soil processes



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