Department / group: School of Geosciences, Global Change / Biosphere
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Research interests:

Soil, Geochemistry, Climate Change, ICP-MS, Mass Spectrometry Techniques, Environmental Analytical Chemistry, Groundwater, Isotopes

Career history:

Present: Senior Lecturer in Environmental Geochemistry

Active research projects:

1/10/15 – 31/03/16: PRELUDE: PREdictive modelling of Lead concentrations using g-base datasets for urban environments, Graham, M.

UK central government bodies/local authorities, health and hospital authorities

1/10/13 – 30/09/17: Long-Lived Radionuclides in the Surface Environment (LO-RISE)- Mechanistic Studies of Speciation, Environmental Transport and Transfer, Graham, M. & Uhrin, D.

NERC

1/11/12 – 31/10/15: Investigation of the relationship between humic substances and total phosphorus and the processes of release from catchment soils to loch waters, Graham, M.

UK central government bodies/local authorities, health and hospital authorities

Recent publications:

Buss, W., Graham, M.C., MacKinnon, G. and Mašek, O., 2016. Strategies for producing biochars with minimum PAH contamination. Journal of Analytical and Applied Pyrolysis.

Farmer, J.G., Graham, M.C., Eades, L.J., Lilly, A. and Bacon, J.R., 2016. Influences upon the lead isotopic composition of organic and mineral horizons in soil profiles from the National Soil Inventory of Scotland (2007–09). Science of The Total Environment, 544, pp.730-743.

Macgregor, K., MacKinnon, G., Farmer, J.G. and Graham, M.C., 2015. Mobility of antimony, arsenic and lead at a former antimony mine, Glendinning, Scotland. Science of The Total Environment, 529, pp.213-222.

Bell, N.G., Michalchuk, A.A., Blackburn, J.W., Graham, M.C. and Uhrín, D., 2015. Isotope‐Filtered 4D NMR Spectroscopy for Structure Determination of Humic Substances. Angewandte Chemie, 127(29), pp.8502-8505.

Farmer, J.G., MacKenzie, A.B., Graham, M.C., Macgregor, K. and Kirika, A., 2015. Development of recent chronologies and evaluation of temporal variations in Pb fluxes and sources in lake sediment and peat cores in a remote, highly radiogenic environment, Cairngorm Mountains, Scottish Highlands. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 156, pp.25-49.