Congratulations to Chris Moorin, winner of the 2014 British Society of Soil Science MSc Dissertation Prize!
Chris’ dissertation was on ‘the impact of different organic amendments on potentially toxic element (PTE) bioavailability in soils and the possible evolutionary adaptation of Common Bentgrass (Agrostis capillaris L.) to high PTE concentrations’, supervised by Dr Denise Lambkin. The Award was presented at the 2014 Winter Graduation ceremony by Dr Joanna Clark.
Excellent work, Chris! Very well done to all our students for their excellent dissertation projects.