Full Name: Troy Baisden
Position: Environmental Scientist - Isotope Biochemistry
1993: BA (High Honors), Earth Sciences; 2000: PhD (UC Berkeley), Soil Science
Keller, E.D.; Baisden, W.T.; Timar, L.; Mullan, B.; Clark, A. 2014 Grassland production under global change scenarios for New Zealand pastoral agriculture. Geoscientific Model Development, 7: 2359-2391; doi: 10.5194/gmd-7-2359-2014
I lead work on the biogeochemistry of carbon (C), nitrogen (N), hydrogen (H) and oxygen (O) and global change issues, such as water quality, greenhouse gas emissions and sinks, as well as climate change impacts.
I am based at the National Isotope Centre. Much of my work involves the measurement and modelling of isotopes that are naturally present in the environment, to provide information that cannot be inferred from concentrations alone.
Developing new techniques requires strong understanding of the relevant science, analytics and the policy or management issues that require solutions. As a result, also put a great deal of focus into science-policy-economics integration and understanding. Reflecting this, I am currently an Associate Investigator in href="http://www.tepunahamatatini.ac.nz" target="_blank">Te Pūnaha Matatini Centre of Research Excellence (CoRE) on complexity and networks.
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LinksAssociate Editor, Biogeochemistry.