Kamilla Skaalsveen started as a PhD student at CCRI in February 2017. Julie Ingram is her first supervisor and Lucy Clarke is the second supervisor.

Kamilla is studying for her PhD on a full-time basis over 3 years as well as working part time at the Norwegian Institute of Bioeconomy Research (NIBIO).

The project is part-funded by the Environment Agency and the University of Gloucestershire, and the working title of her project is ‘Assessing the impact of farming practices on soil functions: achieving benefits for soil, water quality and flow and the farm business’.