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Dr Jonathan Mosedale

Dr Jonathan Mosedale

Associate Research Fellow

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Environment and Sustainability Institute, University of Exeter, Penryn Campus, Penryn, Cornwall, TR10 9FE, UK

Overview

Jonathan Mosedale is a postdoctoral research fellow working on ‘Mainstreaming Environmental Growth’ (MEG). The project is supporting delivery of Cornwall’s Environmental Growth Strategy by providing evaluation and mapping tools to inform strategic planning and the prioritization of environmental growth opportunities. MEG is also supporting the Tevi project to support small and medium sized businesses throughout Cornwall realise opportunities for growth, improve resource efficiency and reduce environmental impacts. The MEG project forms part of the Supporting Environmental and Economic Prosperity (SWEEP) programme funded by NERC.

His previous research at Exeter focussed applying microclimate modelling to assess the viability of UK vineyard locations under current and future climate scenarios.

Prior to joining the University of Exeter, Jonathan conducted research at the University of Oxford and at INRA Montpellier on the properties of oak wood influencing the maturation of wines and spirits. He has also worked as a statistician and as a Senior Policy Adviser for the Department for Transport.

Jonathan Mosedale maintains an active interest in the public understanding of the relationship between science and religion. He has been awarded a Science and Religion course award from the Templeton Foundation, was associate lecturer at the Institut de Théologie Protestant de Montpellier (2000-01), and recently completed a writing fellowship on science and religion with Arizona State University.

Qualifications

DPhil. Variation of oak wood properties influencing the maturation of whisky, University of Oxford.

MSc. Biological Computation, University of York.

BSc. Biology, Imperial College of Science and Technology, University of London.

Licence (BA) Theology, Faculté de Théologie Protestante, Montpellier & Paris. 

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Journal articles

Mosedale JR, Abernethy KE, Smart RE, Wilson RJ, Maclean IMD (In Press). Climate change impacts and adaptive strategies: lessons from the grapevine. Glob Chang Biol, 22(11), 3814-3828. Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.
Mosedale J, Wilson RJ, Maclean IMD (2015). Climate Change and Crop Exposure to Adverse Weather: Changes to Frost Risk and Grapevine Flowering Conditions. PLOS ONE, 10(10). Abstract.  Full text.
Mosedale JR, Feuillat F, Baumes R, Dupouey JL, Puech JL (1998). Variability of wood extractives among Quercus robur and Quercus petraea trees from mixed stands and their relation to wood anatomy and leaf morphology. Canadian Journal of Forest Research, 28(7), 994-1006. Abstract.
Mosedale JR, Puech JL (1998). Wood maturation of distilled beverages. Trends in Food Science and Technology, 9(3), 95-101. Abstract.
Mosedale JR, Savill PS (1996). Variation of heartwood phenolics and oak lactones between the species and phenological types of Quercus petraea and Q. robur. Forestry, 69(1), 47-55. Abstract.
Mosedale JR, Ford A (1996). Variation of the flavour and extractives of European oak wood from two French forests. Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture, 70(3), 273-287. Abstract.

Conferences

Mosedale JR, Puech JL, Feuillat F (1999). The influence on wine flavor of the oak species and natural variation of heartwood components.  Abstract.
Puech JL, Feuillat F, Mosedale JR (1999). The tannins of oak heartwood: Structure, properties, and their influence on wine flavor.  Abstract.

Publications by year


In Press

Mosedale JR, Abernethy KE, Smart RE, Wilson RJ, Maclean IMD (In Press). Climate change impacts and adaptive strategies: lessons from the grapevine. Glob Chang Biol, 22(11), 3814-3828. Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.

2015

Mosedale J, Wilson RJ, Maclean IMD (2015). Climate Change and Crop Exposure to Adverse Weather: Changes to Frost Risk and Grapevine Flowering Conditions. PLOS ONE, 10(10). Abstract.  Full text.

1999

Mosedale JR, Puech JL, Feuillat F (1999). The influence on wine flavor of the oak species and natural variation of heartwood components.  Abstract.
Puech JL, Feuillat F, Mosedale JR (1999). The tannins of oak heartwood: Structure, properties, and their influence on wine flavor.  Abstract.

1998

Mosedale JR, Feuillat F, Baumes R, Dupouey JL, Puech JL (1998). Variability of wood extractives among Quercus robur and Quercus petraea trees from mixed stands and their relation to wood anatomy and leaf morphology. Canadian Journal of Forest Research, 28(7), 994-1006. Abstract.
Mosedale JR, Puech JL (1998). Wood maturation of distilled beverages. Trends in Food Science and Technology, 9(3), 95-101. Abstract.

1996

Mosedale JR, Savill PS (1996). Variation of heartwood phenolics and oak lactones between the species and phenological types of Quercus petraea and Q. robur. Forestry, 69(1), 47-55. Abstract.
Mosedale JR, Ford A (1996). Variation of the flavour and extractives of European oak wood from two French forests. Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture, 70(3), 273-287. Abstract.

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