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SEFARI Fellowship

NFU Scotland’s partnership work with the Scottish Environment, Food and Agriculture Research Institutes looked to clarify what impact Scottish agriculture has on the climate and wider environment. SEFARI fellow, Dr. Gemma Miller, carried out research on a range of issues and produced factsheets which summarise current knowledge.
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Dr Gemma Miller is a researcher at SRUC, where she researches methods to reduce methane emissions from beef cattle and sheep.  She has a background in researching greenhouse gas emissions from natural sources and her PhD looked at how soil carbon is stored and greenhouse gas emissions in agricultural soils. Gemma has also been involved in research into the impacts of forestry and peatland restoration on emissions and carbon storage.

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