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Dr. Norman Allott

Adjunct Assistant Professor (Botany)

 


Graduated from TCD with honours degree in botany in 1976 and completed MSc by research at University of Minnesota in 1978. Has worked at Trinity College Dublin since 1979 as experimental officer and senior experimental officer (1979-2006) and as lecturer (2006-present). Is currently director of the Centre for the Environment.
  Algae   Freshwater ecology   Limmology
 Assessing the conservation status of turloughs
 Past, current and future interactions between pressures, chemical status and biological quality elements for lakes in two contrasting instrumented catchments in Ireland (ILLUMINATE)

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Jennings, E., Allott, N., Lenihan, D, Drivers of long-term trends and seasonal changes in total phosphorus loads to a mesotrophic lake in the west of Ireland, Marine and Freshwater Research, 64, (5), 2013, p413 - 422, Journal Article, PUBLISHED
Cunha Pereira, H., Allott, N., Coxon, C., Naughton, O., Johnston, P. & Gill, L., Phytoplankton of turloughs (seasonal karstic Irish lakes), Journal of Plankton Research, 33, (3), 2011, p385 - 403, Journal Article, PUBLISHED
Modeling the Effects of Climate Change on the Supply of Phosphate-Phosphorus in, editor(s)George, G , Impact of Climate Change on European Lakes, Springer, 2010, pp139 - 159, [Pierson, D., Arvola, L., Allott, N], Book Chapter, PUBLISHED
Modelling the Impacts of Climate Change on Dissolved Organic Carbon in, editor(s)George, G. , The Impact of Climate Change on European Lakes, Springer, 2010, pp221 - 252, [Naden, P., Allott, N., Arvola, L.], Book Chapter, PUBLISHED
The Impact of Climate Change on Lakes in Britain and Ireland in, editor(s)George, G. , The Impact of Climate Change on European Lakes, Springer, 2010, pp359 - 386, [George, G., Jennings, E., Allott, N.], Book Chapter, PUBLISHED
Cunha Pereira, H., Allott, N. & Coxon, C., Are seasonal lakes as productive as permanent lakes? A case study from Ireland, Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, 67, (8), 2010, p1291 - 1302, Journal Article, PUBLISHED
Impacts of climate on the flux of dissolved organic carbon from catchments. in, editor(s)Glen George , The Impact of Climate Change on European Lakes, Springer, 2008, [Jennings, E., Allott, N., Arvola, L., Jarvinen, M., Moore, K., Naden, P., Nic Aongusa, C., Noges, T. and Weyhermeyer, G. ], Book Chapter, IN_PRESS
The impact of climate change on lakes in Britain and Ireland. in, editor(s)Glen George , The Impact of Climate Change on European Lakes, Springer, 2008, [George, G., Jennings, E. and Allott, N. ], Book Chapter, IN_PRESS
Modelling the effects of climate change on inorganic nitrogen transport from catchments to lakes. in, editor(s)Glen George , The Impact of Climate Change on European Lakes, Springer, 2008, [Moore, K., Jennings, E., May, L., Jarvinen, M., Allott, N., Arvola, L., Tamm, T., Jarvet, A., Noges, T, Pierson D. and Schneidman, E], Book Chapter, PUBLISHED
Jennings, E. and Allott, N, Position of the Gulf Stream influences lake nitrate concentrations in SW Ireland, Aquatic Sciences, 68, 2006, p482 - 489, Journal Article, PUBLISHED
  

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Cunha Pereira, H., Coxon, C. & Allott, N., Turlough water quality and implications for groundwater management, Proceedings of the 29th Annual Groundwater Conference, International Association of Hydrogeologists Irish Group, Tullamore, Offaly, 21-22 April 2009, edited by Bartley, P. , IAH (Irish Group), 2009, pp107 - 110, Conference Paper, PUBLISHED
Allott, N., Jennings E. and Duffy. A, Rainfall distribution in SW Ireland: implications for catchment modelling., Verh. Internnat. Vereinn. Limnnol. , SIL, Montreal, August 2007, 30, 2008, Conference Paper, IN_PRESS
Irvine K., N. Allott, R. Caroni, E. DeEyto, G. Free and J. White, The water quality and ecological status of Lough Ballyquirke, Co. Galway, Galway Co. Council, 1998, Report, PUBLISHED
Irvine K., N. Allott, R. Caroni, E. DeEyto, G. Free and J. White, The water quality and ecological status of Lough Muckno, Co. Monaghan, Monaghan Co. Council, 1998, Report, PUBLISHED
Irvine K., N. Allott, R. Caroni, E. DeEyto, G. Free and J. White, The water quality and ecological status of Lough Gara, Co. Roscommon, Roscommon Co. Council, 1998, Report, PUBLISHED
Irvine K., N. Allott, R. Caroni, E. DeEyto, G. Free and J. White, The water quality and ecological status of Lough Egish, Co. Monaghan, Monaghan Co. Council, 1998, Report, PUBLISHED
Allott, N. A., Evaluation of the effects of forestry on surface water chemistry and fishery potential in Ireland. Final Report to Forbairt., 1993, Report, PUBLISHED
Allott, N.A., Mills, W.R.P., Dick. J.R.W., Eacrett, A.M., Brennan, M.T., Clandillon, S., Phillips, W.E.A., Critchley, M. & Mullins, T.E., Acidification of surface waters in Connemara and South Mayo - current status and causes, duQuesne Ltd. 4 Merrion Square, Dublin 4, 1990, Report, PUBLISHED
George, D.G., Hewitt, D., Jennings, E., Allott, N.and McGinnity, P., The impact of changes in the weather on the surface temperatures of Windermere (UK) and Lough Feeagh (Ireland), The Fourth Inter-Celtic Colloquium on Hydrology and management of Water Resources, Portugal, 2005, Conference Paper, PUBLISHED

  

Research interests focus on pure and applied aspects of the ecology of surface waters. Particular topics of interests include catchment-water quality relationships; nature, origin and impacts of dissolved organic carbon in surface waters; catchment modelling; freshwater algae.