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Dr Leticia Chico-Santamarta MEng, MSc, PgC, PhD

Coordinator for the Latin American and Caribbean Partnerships

Teaching Duties

  • Waste and Resource management
  • Sustainable energy and the Rural Estate
  • Sustainable Energy within the Countryside
  • Lifecycle Assessment of Agricultural Production Systems
  • Academic Development
  • Introduction to Research Methods

Research Interests

  • An evaluation of the production and combustion of fuel pellets from oilseed rape straw.
  • Lifecycle carbon assessment for the recovery of ammonium nitrate from liquid digestate.
  • Compression behaviour of agricultural residues with potential to be used as a combustion fuel.

Professional Memberships

  • Member of the American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers
  • Member of the Institution of Agricultural Engineers
  • Member of the International Soild Tillage Research Organization (ISTRO)

Department: International Office

Tel: +34. 667 35 87 68

Publications

Harper Adams University supports Food and Farming Futures, the online land-based library.

Food and Farming Futures

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Other publications

  • Chico- Santamarta, L., Godwin, R.J., Chaney, K., White, D., Humphries, A.C. (2012) Physical quality changes during the storage of canola (Brassica napus L.) straw pellets Applied Energy 95
  • Chico-Santamarta, L., Humphries, A.C., White, D., Chaney, K., Magan, N., Godwin, R.J. (2011) Microbial changes during the on-farm storage of canola (oilseed rape) straw bales and pellets Biomass and Bioenergy 35
  • Chico-Santamarta, L, Humphries, A.C., White, D., Chaney, K., Godwin, R.J. (2010) The use of olseed rape (Brassica napus) straw for combustion purposes: a review of the advantages and disadvantages Aspects of Applied Biology 101
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Other Roles

Involved in the I.S.L.E. (Innovation in the Teaching of Sustainable Development in Life Sciences in Europe) project.  For further information about the project followed the link:

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