Dr Charlotte Cree

Dr Charlotte Cree

School Technical Manager

School of Engineering, Computing and Mathematics (Faculty of Science and Engineering)


PhD Environmental Science. PlymouthUniversity & Plymouth Marine Laboratory (PML)

PhD : ‘Analytical development and seasonal distribution of glycine betaine and methylated amines in the Western English Channel’

MScSustainable Environmental Management. Plymouth University: 2009 – 2010

BSc(Hons) Chemistry with Medicinal Chemistry (2.1). University of St Andrews: 2006 – 2009

Professional membership

Royal Society of Chemistry (member): 2009-present

Challenger Society for Marine Science: 2009-present
Estuarine and Coastal Sciences Association: 2009-present

Teaching interests

MATS 234: Materials Science

Key publications

Key publications are highlighted

Dall’Osto M, Airs RL, Beale R, Cree C, Fitzsimons MF, Beddows D, Harrison RM, Ceburnis D, O’Dowd C & Rinaldi M 2019 'Simultaneous Detection of Alkylamines in the Surface Ocean and Atmosphere of the Antarctic Sympagic Environment' ACS Earth and Space Chemistry 3, (5) 854-862 , DOI Open access
Fitzsimons MF & Cree C 2019 'Aliphatic amines at the Cape Verde Atmospheric Observatory: abundance, origins and sea-air fluxes' Atmospheric Environment , DOI Open access
Fitzsimons MF, Cree C, Airs R & Archer S 2018 'Measurement of methylamines in seawater using solid phase microextraction and gas chromatography' Limnology and Oceanography: Methods 16, (7) , DOI Open access
Dall’Osto M, Ovadnevaite J, Paglione M, Beddows DCS, Ceburnis D, Cree C, Cortés P, Zamanillo M, Nunes SO & Pérez GL 2017 'Antarctic sea ice region as a source of biogenic organic nitrogen in aerosols' Scientific Reports 7, (1) 0-0 , DOI Open access