Dr Angela Milne
School of Geography, Earth and Environmental Sciences - Faculty of Science & Engineering (Faculties)
Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Plymouth University: 2010 – present
Postdoctoral Research Associate, Florida State University: 2007-2010
Ph.D. Marine Chemistry: 2007
BSc (Hons) Environmental Science: 2002
I am a member of the following societies:
Royal Society of Chemistry
American Geophysical Union
American Society of Limnology and Oceanography
My research is focused on the biogeochemistry and distribution of trace elements in the ocean, both in the dissolved phase and from oceanic particulate material. Whilst I am particularly interested in bio-essential elements, such as iron, cobalt and zinc, data on a suite of elements allows a more comprehensive picture to be developed of the sources, transport and cycling of these elements in the water column. For this reason I am very interested in developing and using analytical techniques which allow for the determination of multiple elements from one sample. My research is approached through a combination of field and laboratory studies, utilising different analytical techniques, and is highly interdisciplinary.
CONFERENCEPRESENTATIONS AND INVITED TALKS
Milne, A., Palmer, M., and M Lohan (2016). Key sources and distribution patterns of particulate material in the South Atlantic: data from the UK GEOTRACES A10 cruise. Poster presentation at Ocean Sciences Meeting, New Orleans, USA.
Milne, A., Lohan.M., Schlosser, C.,Klar, J., Wake, B., Forryan, A., E Achterberg, Chance, R. And A Baker(2014). Sources of iron to the subtropical North Atlantic: data from UK Geotraces A06 cruise. Oral presentation for the Challenger Society Conference, Plymouth University.
Milne, A., Lohan, M, Achterberg, E and M. Woodward (2012). Dissolved Co distributions in the (sub) tropical Atlantic Ocean as part of the GEOTRACES A06 cruise. Poster presentation at Ocean Sciences Meeting, Salt Lake City, USA.
Milne, A., Landing, W. M., and C. I.Measures (2010). High Resolution Data for Selected Trace Elements from the CLIVAR P16 South Pacific transect. Oral presentation at Ocean Sciences Meeting, Portland, USA.
Milne, A., Landing, W. M., and C. I.Measures (2009). A CLIVAR transect of the Pacific Ocean: High resolution data for selected trace elements. Invited presentation at University of Alaska, USA.
Milne, A., Landing, W. M., and C. I.Measures (2009). High Resolution Data for Selected Trace Elements from the CLIVAR P16 South Transect. Oral presentation at ASLO, Nice, France.
Milne, A., Landing, W. M., and C. I.Measures (2008). Distribution of eight trace elements from a north-South transect of the Pacific Ocean during a CLIVAR repeat hydrography cruise. Poster presentation at AGU, San Francisco, USA.
Milne, A., Davey, M., Worsfold, P.,Achterberg, E.A., and A. Taylor (2006). The Determination of Hydrogen Peroxide Production by Diatoms using Flow Injection – Chemiluminescence and the Implications for Iron Speciation. Oralpresentation at Dissertations Symposium on Chemical Oceanography (DISCO XX), Honolulu, USA.
Milne, A., Davey, M., Bale, A.,Worsfold, P., Achterberg, E.A., and A. Taylor (2006). High resolution real time determination of hydrogen peroxide production by diatoms: Implications for iron speciation. Oral presentation at Ocean Sciences Meeting, Honolulu, USA.
Milne, A., Davey, M., Worsfold, P., and A. Taylor (2006). Generation of extra-cellular reactive oxygen by marine diatoms; the development of real-time in vivo assays to reveal physiological function. Poster presentation at the British Phycological Society, 54th Annual Meeting, University of Plymouth, UK.
Milne, A., Achterberg, E.A., Baker, A.,Guieu, C., Mills, M., Moore, M., Taylor, A., Ussher, S., and P. Worsfold (2005). Dissolution of Iron from Dusts in North Atlantic Surface Seawater. Oral presentation at ASLO, Santiagode Compostela, Spain.
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