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Dr Suzanne Milner 

Plant Biology Project Technician

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Dr Suzanne Milner is Plant Biology Project Technician within Biological Sciences at the University of Southampton.

Career history

2013-present: Plant Biology Project Technician. University of Southampton, UK.

Academic qualifications

2013: PhD in Plant Sciences. University of Southampton, UK.
2003-2006: BSc in Zoology. University of Southampton, UK.

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Research interests

My current research project involves the spatial modelling of SRC in response to a changing environment, focussing on the effects of changing CO2. The Carbo-BioCrop project aims to improve understanding of how second generation bioenergy crops such as SRC and Miscanthus will influence UK greenhouse gas balance.

My PhD focussed on the flood tolerance mechanisms employed by Populus alba and Populus tremula and the effects on their growth.

Research group

Environmental Biosciences

Affiliate research group

Institute for Life Sciences (IfLS)

Research project(s)

Adaptive differences in response to flooding in Populus alba and Populus tremula

Utilising Populus to assess the flood tolerance mechanisms in repeated anoxic flooding events.

CarboBioCrop

Understanding processes determining soil carbon balances under perennial bioenergy crops.

MAGLUE

Measurement and Analysis of bioenergy greenhouse gases: integrating GHGs into LCAs and the UK Biomass Value Chain Modelling Environment

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Dr Suzanne Milner
Biological Sciences
Faculty of Natural & Environmental Sciences
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University of Southampton
Highfield Campus
Southampton
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