Queen's University, Belfast

Current Position Research Fellow
Telephone +44 (0) 122427 4908/4906
Email n.ogle@qub.ac.uk
Departments School of Natural and Built Environment
Quadrat Core Themes Earth Systems
Methods I Use Bio / Geo / Chemical Analytical


Key Research Interests

  • Isotope Geochemistry and Analytical Techniques therein, including Isoscaping
  • Isotope Hydrology
  • Climate Change (Isotopic Applications)
  • Archaeological Science (Isotopic Applications)
  • Food Fraud – Isotopic Authentication and Adulteration

Recent Key Papers

  • van der Sluis, L.; Reimer, P. and Ogle, N. (2019, in press) Adding hydrogen to the isotopic inventory – Combining δ13C, δ15N and δ2H stable isotope analysis for palaeodietary purposes on archaeological bone Archaeometry
  • McAnallen, L., Doherty, R. & Ogle, N. (2017) Organic composition and multiphase stable isotope analysis of active, degrading and restored blanket bog Science of the Total Environment. 599-600, p. 1779-1790
  • Nietner, T., Haughey, S. A., Ogle, N., Fauhl-Hassek, C. & Elliott, C. T. (2014) Determination of geographical origin of distillers dried grains and solubles using isotope ratio mass spectrometry, Food Research International. 60, p. 146-153

Summary Title of Current Studentships

  • 2018 MEng Project Supervisor: Temporal Isotopic Dynamics within Precipitation Events in Northern Ireland
  • 2018 PhD – Graduated (2nd Supervisor): Investigation in the Oxygen and Hydrogen Isotopic Composition of Precipitation Across the Island of Ireland