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Timothy Barraclough

Role(s):
Scientific Assistant
Agro Ecology
Harpenden
Works With:
Phone:
+44 (0) 1582 763 133 ext: +44 1582 938747
Location:
Rothamsted Research, West Common, Harpenden, Hertfordshire, AL5 2JQ
Past Projects
Member
  • An evaluation of nitrogen form and remobilization in Miscanthus and impact of emissions in combustion and gasification
  • Supergen Biomass Biofuels and energy crops II core project
  • The BBSRC Sustainable Bioenergy Centre (BSBEC): Perennial Bioenergy Crops Programme

Cunniff, J., Shield, I., Barraclough, T., Castle, M., Hanley, S., Andralojc, J., Richter, G., Cerasuolo, M., Purdy, S., Clifton-Brown, J., Maddison, A., Jones, L., Donnison, I., Karp, A. (2011). BSBEC-BioMASS - Selecting traits to optimise biomass yield of SRC willow.Aspects of Applied Biology 112. 83-91.

 Purdy, S., Clifton-brown, J., Jones, L., Maddison, A., Davey, C., Cunniff, J., Shield, I., Barraclough, T., march Castle, M., Donnison, T., Karp, A. (2011). The BBSRC Sustainable Bioenergy Centre (BSBEC): Perennial Bioenergy Crops Programme; Optiming biomass from MiscanthusAspects of Applied Biology 112. 11-19.

 Cerasuolo, M., Richter, G.M., Cunniff, J., Shield, I., Barraclough, T., Castle, M., Karp, A., (2011). Effects of canopy architecture traits on willow crop growth. In: Halford N, Semenov M (eds.) System Approaches to Crop Improvement. Aspects of Applied Biology 107, 63-69.

 TJP Barraclough, NE Yates, I Shield. THE OVERWINTER CHANGES IN THE ABOVE AND BELOW GROUND BIOMASS OF MISCANTHUS (MISCANTHUS X GIGANTEUS), SWITCHGRASS (PANICUM VIRGATUM) AND REED CANARY GRASS (PHALARIS ARUNDINACEA).  Bioten conference proceedings (September 2010) in press.

Gordon G. Allison1*, C. Morris1, S. J. Lister1, Ian Shield2, Nicola Yates2, Tim Barraclough2 and I. S. Donnison1. . Measurement of lignocellulose composition as a tool to understand how feed-stocks can be matched to conversion process. Bioten conference proceedings (September 2010) in press.

 X.C. Baxter*a, A. Christodouloua, L.I. Darvella, J.M. Jonesa, N.E. Yatesb, I. Shieldb and T. Barracloughb INFLUENCE OF PARTICLE SIZE ON THE ANALYTICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES OF MISCANTHUS AS ENERGY CROP. Bioten conference proceedings (September 2010) in press. 

TJP Barraclough, IF Shield. Biomass fuel specification and matching to conversion processes. Aspects of Applied Biology 90, Biomass and energy crops III, pp 283-286.

L I Darvell, et al. The influence of agronomic treatment  on the combustion characteristics of some energy crops.  Aspects of Applied Biology 90, Biomass and energy crops III, pp 269-276.

Bridgeman, T. G., L. I. Darvell, et al. (2007). "Influence of particle size on the analytical and chemical properties of two energy crops." Fuel 86(1-2): 60-72.

Allison, G. G., S. C. Thain, et al. (2009). "Quantification of hydroxycinnamic acids and lignin in perennial forage and energy grasses by Fourier-transform infrared spectroscopy and partial least squares regression." Bioresource Technology 100(3): 1252-1261.

Measurement of key compositional parameters in energy grasses by Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy.    Gordon G. Allison1*, Catherine Morris1, Edward Hodgson1, Jenny Jones2, Michal Kubacki2, Tim Barraclough3, Nicola Yates3, Ian Shield3, Anthony V. Bridgwater4 and Iain S Donnison1

Gordon G. Allison1*, Catherine Morris1, Susan J. Lister1, Tim Barraclough2, Nicola Yates2, Ian Shield2,Anthony V. Bridgwater3 and Iain S. Donnison1. Changes in cell wall composition by application of nitrogen and potassium fertilisers to Miscanthus, switchgrass and reed canary grass (submitted to global change biology bioenergy) ??

Miscanthus as a feedstock for fast-pyrolysis: Does agronomic treatment affect quality?                   E.M. Hodgson, R. Fahmi, N. Yates, T. Barraclough, I. Shield, G. Allison, A.V. Bridgwater and I.S. Donnison,

I. Shield, T.J.P  Barraclough, A. B . Riche and N. Yates. The yield response of the energy crops switch  grass  (Panicum virgatum L.) and reed canary grass (Phalaris arundinacea L.) to fertiliser applications when grown on a low productivity sandy soil. Biomass and Bioenergy 

Qualifications

2002:

BSc in Environmental Biology (Portsmouth University)