Seeing the full spectrum: An integrated approach to characterization of Martian carbon. With Mark, D., Morrison, D. (SUERC), Lee, M. (Glasgow), Cockell, C. (Edinburgh), Smith, C. (NHM London), and Faithfull, J. (Huntarian Museum). (The Carnegie Trust for the Universities of Scotland grant LG13SUE001). £34,534. 2013.
Reassessing the Scottish Mesolithic-Neolithic transition: Questions of diet and timing. With Cook, G. (SUERC), Murray, I. (Historic Scotland) and Bonsall, C. (Edinburgh). (AHRC Collaborative Doctoral Award, AH/L008521/1). £60,699. 2013.
Comparative Island Ecodynamics in the North Atlantic. With McGovern, T. (City University of New York) and Cook, G. (SUERC). (US National Science Foundation). $50,000 (£33,000). 2012-2015. Radiocarbon-based chronology and stable isotope-based palaeodiet reconstruction.
Assessing the potential for mineralisation of charcoal carbon in a woodland soil using a 14C-dead charcoal tracer. With Garnett, M. (NERC-RCL) and Tilston, E. (SUERC). (ORADS-NERC grant 1510.1010). £6760. 2010.
Norse deforestation and woodland sustainability in northern Iceland. With Church, M.J. (Durham), Lawson, I. and Roucoux, K. (Leeds). (ORADS-NERC). £10,920. 2010.
Dynamics of resistant carbon in tropical environments: diagenetic alteration of charcoal. (Carnegie Trust for the Universities of Scotland). £1920. 2010.
Testing the accuracy of ABA, ABOx-SC and HyPy charcoal pretreatment methods against the Campanian Ignimbrite. With Snape, C.E., Meredith, W. (Nottingham), Higham, T.F., Wood, R., Brock, F., and Douka, K. (Oxford). (ORADS-NERC). £14,040. 2009.
An integrated investigation of stable and radiogenic isotopes in lake Myvatn, north Iceland: implications for ecosystem studies and freshwater radiocarbon reservoir effects. (NERC Life Sciences Mass Spectrometry Steering Committee). £9660. 2009.
Lake Myvatn Freshwater Reservoir Effect. (SUERC AMS steering committee.) £14,560. 2009.
Establishing hydropyrolysis as an effective technique for the determination and isolation of pyrogenic carbon in samples from the natural environment. With Snape, C. and Large, D. (Nottingham). (NERC NE/F017456/1). £190,929. 2008-2011.
Radiocarbon in a North Icelandic freshwater system: Implications for ecosystem studies and archaeology. (Royal Scottish Geographical Society Research Grant). £250. 2008.
Marine Radiocarbon Reservoir Effects (MRE) in Archaeology: Temporal and Spatial Changes Through The Holocene Within the UK Coastal Environment. With Cook, G. (SUERC) and Dugmore, A. (Edinburgh). (NERC CASE PhD studentship NE/F002211/1, Industrial partner: Historic Scotland). £60,963. 2007-2011.
Assessing the utility of hydrogen pyrolysis as a new tool for the decontamination of charcoal samples for radiocarbon dating and the geochemical characterization of removed contamination. With Bird, M.I. (St. Andrews) and Snape, C.E. (Nottingham). (ORADS-NERC). £7425. 2007.
Long Term Human Ecodynamics in the Norse North Atlantic: cases of sustainability, survival, and collapse. (NSF-IPY program: Under OPP/Division of Arctic Sciences). $13,500(£8877). 2007.
Stable isotopic investigation of Ancient Norse and Modern Icelandic ecosystem dynamics. (Carnegie Trust for the Universities of Scotland). £1290. 2006.
For attendance and presentation of an oral paper at the 19th International Radiocarbon conference, University of Oxford, UK. (Royal Scottish Geographical Society Conference Grant). £500. 2006.
For attendance and presentation of an oral paper at the 10th AMS conference, University of California, Berkley, U.S.A. (Scottish Universities International Travel Fund). £1500. 2005.
Assessment of marine radiocarbon reservoir effects in Scottish waters over the Holocene. (Moray Fund, University of Edinburgh). £2000. 2004.