Angus B. MacKenzie mainly focuses on Sediment, Hydrology, Peat, Mineralogy and Ombrotrophic. His Sediment study incorporates themes from Soil contamination, Radiocarbon dating and Oceanography, Salt marsh, Holocene. His Hydrology course of study focuses on Isotope analysis and Biogeochemistry and Drainage basin.
His Peat research integrates issues from Transect and Pollution. His work is dedicated to discovering how Mineralogy, Environmental chemistry are connected with Bedrock and other disciplines. His work deals with themes such as Deposition, Vadose zone, Soil water, Sedimentary depositional environment and Chronology, which intersect with Ombrotrophic.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Sediment, Oceanography, Hydrology, Mineralogy and Geochemistry. His studies in Sediment integrate themes in fields like Earth science, Salt marsh, Seawater, Intertidal zone and Chronology. The concepts of his Oceanography study are interwoven with issues in Nuclear reprocessing, Sedimentation, Radiocarbon dating and Biota.
His work carried out in the field of Hydrology brings together such families of science as Peat, Structural basin and Pollution. His Mineralogy research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Environmental chemistry, Sedimentary depositional environment, Bedrock and Fracture. Angus B. MacKenzie studied Geochemistry and Groundwater that intersect with Fracture.
Angus B. MacKenzie mainly investigates Environmental chemistry, Sediment, Hydrology, Soil contamination and Soil water. His research integrates issues of Ombrotrophic, Bog, Environmental engineering, Fractionation and Transect in his study of Environmental chemistry. His Sediment research incorporates themes from Oceanography, Glacial period, Radiocarbon dating and Mill.
Angus B. MacKenzie has included themes like Peat, Bedrock, Deposition and Stratigraphic section in his Hydrology study. His research in Soil contamination focuses on subjects like Organic matter, which are connected to Coal. His study in Soil water is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Contamination, Lead and Depleted uranium.
Angus B. MacKenzie spends much of his time researching Ombrotrophic, Bog, Deposition, Environmental chemistry and Peat. Many of his studies on Ombrotrophic apply to Soil contamination as well. His Deposition study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Period, Sedimentary rock, Physical geography, Air pollution and Chronology.
The various areas that Angus B. MacKenzie examines in his Environmental chemistry study include Organic matter, Environmental engineering, Hydrology, Moss and Coal. His research in the fields of Sphagnum overlaps with other disciplines such as Mercury.
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Stable Lead Isotope Record of Lead Pollution in Loch Lomond Sediments since 1630 A.D.
John G. Farmer;Lorna J. Eades;Angus B. Mackenzie;Alex Kirika.
Environmental Science & Technology (1996)
Isotopic evidence of the relative retention and mobility of lead and radiocaesium in Scottish ombrotrophic peats
A.B. MacKenzie;J.G. Farmer;C.L. Sugden.
Science of The Total Environment (1997)
Stable lead isotopic characterisation of the historical record of environmental lead contamination in dated freshwater lake sediment cores from northern and central Scotland
L.J. Eades;J.G. Farmer;A.B. MacKenzie;A. Kirika.
Science of The Total Environment (2002)
Isotopic ratios of lead in contemporary environmental material from Scotland
C L Sugden;J G Farmer;A B Mackenzie.
Environmental Geochemistry and Health (1993)
Climate variability over the last two millennia in the North American monsoon region, recorded in laminated lake sediments from Laguna de Juanacatlan, Mexico
S. E. Metcalfe;Matthew D Jones;S. J. Davies;A. Noren.
The Holocene (2010)
Distributions, inventories and isotopic composition of lead in 210Pb-dated peat cores from contrasting biogeochemical environments : Implications for lead mobility
A.B MacKenzie;E.M Logan;E.M Logan;G.T Cook;I.D Pulford.
Science of The Total Environment (1998)
Investigation of contaminant metal dispersal from a disused mine site at Tyndrum, Scotland, using concentration gradients and stable Pb isotope ratios
A.B MacKenzie;I.D Pulford.
Applied Geochemistry (2002)
Bioturbation and Holocene sediment accumulation fluxes in the north-east Atlantic Ocean (Benthic Boundary Layer experiment sites)
J. Thomson;L. Brown;S. Nixon;G.T. Cook.
Marine Geology (2000)
A comparison of antimony and lead profiles over the past 2500 years in Flanders Moss ombrotrophic peat bog, Scotland
Joanna M. Cloy;John G. Farmer;Margaret C. Graham;Angus B. MacKenzie.
Journal of Environmental Monitoring (2005)
Environmental changes in the Zirahuén Basin, Michoacán, Mexico, during the last 1000 years
Sarah J. Davies;S. E. Metcalfe;S. E. Metcalfe;A. MacKenzie;A. Newton.
Journal of Paleolimnology (2004)
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