Angela Lamb’s Biography
- Present: Research Scientist – Stable Isotope Facility
- 1999 – 2004 : Lecturer in Earth Sciences at Liverpool John Moores University
- 1996 – 1999 : PhD at University of Wales, Aberystwyth
- The use of light stable isotopes as tracers to help us understand nutrient cycling and the impact of pollution on the environment. Light stable isotopes applications in science-based archaeology. Including carbon, nitrogen and sulphur analysis of organic materials (collagen, hair, archaeobotanical samples) and oxygen isotopes in bioapatite. Stable isotopes as environmental change proxies.
- Nitsch, E K, Lamb, A L, Heaton, T H E, Vaiglova, P, Fraser, R, Hartman, G, Moreno-Jiménez, E, López-Piñeiro, A, Peña-Abades, D, Fairbairn, A, Eriksen, J, Bogaard, A. 2019. The preservation and interpretation of δ34S values in charred archaeobotanical remains. Archaeometry, 61 (1). 161-178.
- Gooddy, D C, Bowes, M J, Lapworth, D J, Lamb, A L, Williams, P J, Newton, R J, Davies, C L, Surridge, B W J. 2018. Evaluating the stable isotopic composition of phosphate oxygen as a tracer of phosphorus from waste water treatment works. Applied Geochemistry, 95. 139-146.
- Hearing, T W, Harvey, T H P, Williams, M, Leng, M J, Lamb, A L, Wilby, P R, Gabbott, S E, Pohl, A, Donnadieu, Y. 2018. An early Cambrian greenhouse climate. Science Advances, 4 (5), eaar5690.
- Lamb, A L. 2016. Stable isotope analysis of soft tissues from mummified human remains. Environmental Archaeology, 21. 271-284.
- Lamb, A L, Evans, J E, Buckley, R, Appleby, J. 2014. Multi-isotope analysis demonstrates significant lifestyle changes in King Richard III. Journal of Archaeological Science, 50. 559-565.
- Isotope Geochemistry and mass spectrometry
Boards and committees
- 2017 – ongoing : Editorial board member – Nature Scientific Reports
- 2017 – ongoing : NERC Peer Review College member