Aranzazu Louro-Lopez

NameAranzazu Louro-Lopez
Job titleScientific Specialist - Soil Emissions
Email addressaranzazu.louro-lopez@rothamsted.ac.uk
DepartmentNet Zero and Resilient Farming
ORCIDhttps://orcid.org/0000-0002-1634-8664
OfficeNorth Wyke

Research outputs

Opportunities to improve goat production and food security in Botswana through forage nutrition and the use of supplemental feeds

Cooke, A., Machekano, H., Ventura-Cordero, J., Louro-Lopez, A., Joseph, V., Gwiriri, L., Takahashi, T., Morgan, E. R., Lee, M. R. F. and Nyamukondiwa, C. 2024. Opportunities to improve goat production and food security in Botswana through forage nutrition and the use of supplemental feeds. Food Security. https://doi.org/10.1007/s12571-024-01452-1

Do NO, N2O, N2 and N2 fluxes differ in soils sourced from cropland and varying riparian buffer vegetation? An incubation study

Dlamini, J. C., Tesfamariam, E. H., Verbeeck, M., Loick, N., Louro-Lopez, A., Hawkins, J. M. B., Blackwell, M. S. A., Dunn, R., Collins, A. L. and Cardenas, L. M. 2023. Do NO, N2O, N2 and N2 fluxes differ in soils sourced from cropland and varying riparian buffer vegetation? An incubation study. Soil Use and Management. 40 (1), p. e12951. https://doi.org/10.1111/sum.12951

A strategy for modelling heavy-tailed greenhouse gases (GHG) data using the generalised extreme value distribution: Are we overestimating GHG flux using the sample mean?

Dhanoa, D., Louro-Lopez, A., Cardenas, L. M., Shepherd, A., Sanderson, R. and Lopez, S. 2020. A strategy for modelling heavy-tailed greenhouse gases (GHG) data using the generalised extreme value distribution: Are we overestimating GHG flux using the sample mean? Atmospheric Environment. 237, p. 117500. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.atmosenv.2020.117500

Phosphorus leaching from riparian soils with differing management histories under three grass species

Roberts, W. M., George, T. S., Stutter, M. I., Louro, A., Ali, M. and Haygarth, P. M. 2020. Phosphorus leaching from riparian soils with differing management histories under three grass species. Journal of Environmental Quality. 49 (1), pp. 74-84. https://doi.org/10.1002/jeq2.20037

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