Kathy ChandlerPhD student, Sessional - Teaching
Studies have shown that trees can promote infiltration of water into the soil. Streamside tree buffer zones and farm woodland can therefore be used to intercept surface runoff from agricultural land, which may carry pollutants such as sediment, nutrients and pesticides into watercourses. This PhD is investigating how trees affect infiltration, through their influence on soil properties and associated soil fauna, and how this varies between species.
Measuring stock and change in the GB countryside for policy: key findings and developments from the Countryside Survey 2007 field survey
Norton, L.R., Maskell, L.C., Smart, S.S., Dunbar, M.J., Emmett, B.A., Carey, P.D., Williams, P., Crowe, A., Chandler, K., Scott, W.A., Wood, C.M. 30/12/2012 In: Journal of Environmental Management. 113, p. 117-127. 11 p.
Influence of individual oak (Quercus robur) trees on saturated hydraulic conductivity
Chandler, K., Chappell, N.A. 20/08/2008 In: Forest Ecology and Management. 256, 5, p. 1222-1229. 8 p.