Associate Professor | firstname.lastname@example.org | 608.263.3913
Applied Soil Physics, Soil and Water Management and Conservation: Conservation agriculture systems; development of conservation tillage practices that enhance soil quality, soil hydraulic properties, and plant water use through the adoption of cover crops and non-inversion tillage for traditional cropping systems. Sustainable Soil Management Laboratory. Scopus Profile. Google Scholar.
Assistant Professor | email@example.com | 608.262.9018
Soil Microbiology, Ecology and Sustainability: Effects of environmental change on biogeochemical cycles; community ecology and trophic dynamics; forest soil ecology; soil organic matter dynamics; sustainable agroecosystems; bio-based product crop production on marginal lands. Freedman Lab. Scopus Profile. Google Scholar.
Assistant Professor | firstname.lastname@example.org | 608.262.0221
Soil Physics, Proximal and Remote Sensing, Digital Soil Mapping, Soil-Vegetation-Atmosphere Interaction: Integrating proximal and remote sensing and process-based models to improve the fundamental understanding of water, carbon, nutrient, and energy cycles under climate change and human disturbance; combining soil sensing technologies, big data analytics, and machine learning to monitor, model, and map water, carbon, nutrient, and energy fluxes across scales for sustainable natural resources management. Soil Sensing and Monitoring Lab. Scopus Profile. Google Scholar.
Professor | email@example.com | 608.263.2889
Soil Fertility and Nutrient Management: Soil fertility and management of grain, biofuel, and vegetable crops; cover crop management; agricultural production and water quality; sustainability of dairy cropping systems; soil organic matter management. Nutrient Cycling and Agroecosystems Lab. Scopus Profile. Google Scholar.
Associate Professor | firstname.lastname@example.org | 608.263.4947
Soil Ecology, Microbiology, and Biogeochemistry: Soil microbial ecology; organic matter decomposition and carbon stabilization; global environmental change; stable isotopes; linking functional significance of microbial communities with ecosystem processes; fire effects on soil carbon and microbes; management and policy. Whitman Lab. Twitter. Scopus Profile. Google Scholar.
Professor | email@example.com | 608.262.6316
Geography – Eolian and hillslope geomorphology, loess stratigraphy/sedimentology, soils and paleosols, Quaternary landscape evolution, Quaternary paleoenvironments of the Midwest, the Great Plains and northern China. Mason Lab. Twitter. Scopus Profile . Google Scholar.