Dr Naomi Rintoul-Hynes


NameDr Naomi Rintoul-Hynes
Job titleSenior Lecturer
Research instituteSchool of Psychology and Life Sciences

Research outputs

The importance of soil and vegetation characteristics for establishing ground nesting bee aggregations

Tsiolis, K., Potts, S., Garratt, M., Tilston, E., Burman, J., Rintoul-Hynes, N.L.J. and Fountain, M. 2022. The importance of soil and vegetation characteristics for establishing ground nesting bee aggregations. Journal of Pollination Ecology. 32 (17), pp. 186-200. https://doi.org/10.26786/1920-7603(2022)682

Legacy of war: Pedogenesis divergence and heavy metal contamination on the WWI front line a century after battle

Williams, O. and Rintoul-Hynes, N. 2022. Legacy of war: Pedogenesis divergence and heavy metal contamination on the WWI front line a century after battle. European Journal of Soil Science. 73 (4), p. e13297. https://doi.org/10.1111/ejss.13297

Agroforestry benefits and challenges for adoption in Europe and beyond

Sollen-Norrlin, M., Ghaley, B.B. and Rintoul, N.L.J. 2020. Agroforestry benefits and challenges for adoption in Europe and beyond. Sustainability. 12, p. 7001. https://doi.org/10.3390/su12177001

Teaching to increase university student engagement: is active learning always the answer?

Rintoul-Hynes, N. 2015. Teaching to increase university student engagement: is active learning always the answer? in: Proceedings of the 4th Annual New Perspectives in Science Education Conference, Florence, March 2015 Padova Libreria Universitaria.

Effects of ozone on species composition in an upland grassland

Wedlich, K., Rintoul, N., Peacock, S., Cape, J., Coyle, M., Toet, S., Barnes, J. and Ashmore, M. 2011. Effects of ozone on species composition in an upland grassland. Oecologia. 168, pp. 1137-1146. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00442-011-2154-2
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