Schedule: Soil Science Seminar Series - Spring 2023
Join us every Wednesday from 4:10 – 5:00 pm
Agronomy – Rm 2020
We have some very interesting presentations planned, including speakers from ISU’s Bioeconomy Institute, Meiji University (Kawasaki, Japan), USDA-NLAE, USDA-NRCS, and Purdue University.
There are two weeks when we will not have a public seminar: March 1 and March 8. (There will also be no seminar during the week of spring break.)
Later in the semester, we will transition to presentations by our own soil science graduate students. These presentations will have non-traditional formats this semester, and you will not want to miss them. We will update the schedule with more details about the titles and formats for the student presentations around mid-semester.
Feb. 15 – Biochar and Zeolite for Sustainable Manure Management – Santanu Backshi (ISU – Bioeconomy Institute)
Feb. 22 – Pore Water Behavior in Space and Radiocesium Fallout in Fukushima, Japan – Kosuke Noborio (Meiji University)
Mar. 22 – Opportunities at the National Laboratory for Agriculture and the Environment – Thanos Papanicolaou (USDA-ARS)
Mar. 29 – Landscape processes in agricultural cropping systems and the role of management in building resilience to weather changes – Ken Wacha (USDA-ARS)
Apr. 5 – Topic to be announced – Tiffany Carter (USDA-NRCS)
Apr. 12 – “Clinical” Science for Climate Smart Commodities: Steps for Policy – Sylvie Brouder (Purdue University)
Apr. 19 – Graduate Student Presentations
Apr. 26 – Graduate Student Presentations
May 3 – Graduate Student Presentations