We are seeking candidates for a post-doctoral fellowship with a focus on scaling up large datasets on soil processes and greenhouse gas emissions to identify climate-smart soil management practices. Research will involve the use of data from long-term micrometeorological CO2 and N2O flux and soil weighing lysimeter experiments designed to identify practices that reduce net greenhouse gas emissions, while also minimizing other environmental impacts. These data will be used to calibrate and validate biogeochemical models (e.g.
Research Project Co-Ordinator, Temporary full-time 15 August 2019 to 31 March 2025
Congratulations Kyra Lightburn! Kyra is one of the three University of Guelph award winners for the prestigious Vanier Canada Graduate Scholarship 2019. Kyra is a PhD candidate at the Department of Plant Agriculture supervised by Profs. Ralph Martin and Rene Van Acker and co-supervised by our own Prof. Nigel Raine from the School of Environmental Sciences.