Niall P. McNamara mainly investigates Agronomy, Ecology, Soil carbon, Soil organic matter and Peat. His Agronomy study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Miscanthus, Bioenergy and Slash-and-char. When carried out as part of a general Ecology research project, his work on Biomass, Ecosystem services and Range is frequently linked to work in Context and Balance, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of study.
His Soil carbon study incorporates themes from Soil structure, Greenhouse gas and Environmental resource management. He combines subjects such as Soil fertility and Soil respiration with his study of Soil organic matter. His Peat research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Ecosystem, Physical geography and Botany.
His primary areas of study are Agronomy, Soil carbon, Bioenergy, Greenhouse gas and Ecology. His work deals with themes such as Miscanthus, Soil respiration, Ecosystem respiration, Short rotation coppice and Nutrient, which intersect with Agronomy. The study incorporates disciplines such as Soil organic matter, Environmental chemistry and Carbon sequestration in addition to Soil carbon.
His research integrates issues of Agroforestry, Natural resource economics, Land use, land-use change and forestry and Arable land in his study of Bioenergy. The various areas that Niall P. McNamara examines in his Greenhouse gas study include Climate change and Environmental resource management. In his work, Methanotroph is strongly intertwined with Botany, which is a subfield of Soil water.
His main research concerns Agronomy, Soil water, Soil carbon, Environmental chemistry and Miscanthus. His Agronomy research includes elements of Short rotation coppice and Greenhouse gas. His Soil water study is focused on Ecology in general.
His Soil carbon study combines topics in areas such as Carbon sequestration, Soil organic matter, Carbon cycle and Land use, land-use change and forestry. His study on Environmental chemistry also encompasses disciplines like
His primary areas of investigation include Agronomy, Soil carbon, Soil organic matter, Miscanthus and Bioenergy. His research in Agronomy intersects with topics in Short rotation coppice, Land use, land-use change and forestry, Greenhouse gas and Soil horizon. He has researched Greenhouse gas in several fields, including Soil water and Ecosystem.
Soil carbon is a subfield of Ecology that Niall P. McNamara explores. The Soil organic matter study combines topics in areas such as Environmental chemistry, Plant cover and Abiotic component. His Miscanthus research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Carbon sequestration, Energy crop and Bulk soil.
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The effect of biochar addition on N2O and CO2 emissions from a sandy loam soil – The role of soil aeration
Sean D.C. Case;Niall P. McNamara;David S. Reay;Jeanette Whitaker.
Soil Biology & Biochemistry (2012)
Effects of acute gamma irradiation on chemical, physical and biological properties of soils
N.P. McNamara;H.I.J. Black;N.A. Beresford;N.R. Parekh.
Applied Soil Ecology (2003)
Integrating plant-soil interactions into global carbon cycle models
Nicholas J. Ostle;Pete Smith;Rosie A Fisher;F Ian Woodward.
Journal of Ecology (2009)
Long-Term Consequences of Grazing and Burning on Northern Peatland Carbon Dynamics
Susan E. Ward;Richard D. Bardgett;Niall P. McNamara;John K. Adamson.
Carbon balance of UK peatlands: current state of knowledge and future research challenges
M. F. Billett;D. J. Charman;J. M. Clark;C. D. Evans.
Climate Research (2010)
Biochar suppresses N2O emissions while maintaining N availability in a sandy loam soil
Sean D.C. Case;Sean D.C. Case;Niall P. McNamara;David S. Reay;Andy W. Stott.
Soil Biology & Biochemistry (2015)
Diversity of the active methanotrophic community in acidic peatlands as assessed by mRNA and SIP‐PLFA analyses
Yin Chen;Marc G. Dumont;Niall P. McNamara;Paul M. Chamberlain.
Environmental Microbiology (2008)
Additional carbon sequestration benefits of grassland diversity restoration
Gerlinde B. De Deyn;Robert S. Shiel;Nick J. Ostle;Niall P. McNamara.
Journal of Applied Ecology (2011)
Environmental costs and benefits of growing Miscanthus for bioenergy in the UK
Jon P. McCalmont;Astley Hastings;Niall P. McNamara;Goetz M. Richter.
Gcb Bioenergy (2017)
Plant functional group identity influences short-term peatland ecosystem carbon flux: evidence from a plant removal experiment
Susan E. Ward;Richard D. Bardgett;Niall P. McNamara;Nick J. Ostle.
Functional Ecology (2009)
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