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Camilla Negri
PhD Student


The James Hutton Institute
ABERDEEN, AB15 8QH, Scotland, UK

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My research is looking at the application of Bayesian Belief Networks as a decision support tool to tackle Phosphorus pollution in Irish agriculture dominated catchments. Mine is a joint studentship between Teagasc (supervisor Per-Erik Mellander), the University of Reading (supervisor Andrew J. Wade) and the James Hutton Institute (supervisors Miriam Glendell, and Nicholas Schurch at BioSS).