Soil Redox Measurement: Challenges of Unsaturated Soils

Speaker: Michel Vorenhout, University of Amsterdam

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July 21, 2017, 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM


104 Forest Resource Bldg.

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Dr. Michel Vorenhout is a faculty member at the University of Amsterdam (IBED-Institute for Biodiversity and Ecosystem Dynamics) and consults on instrumentation for measuring oxidation-reduction potentials in soils. Dr. Vorenhout has been invited by Mary Ann Bruns, Dept of Ecosystem Science and Management, to conduct a seminar on Soil Redox Measurement on July 21 as part of series, “New Technologies for Measuring Soil Health” funded by the College of Agricultural Sciences Strategic Networking Initiative Program (SNIP) in Soil Health.

Follow-Up discussion, 11-12 am, led by Mary Ann Bruns. Significance of Redox as Soil Microbiome and Health Indicator in Reduced-Till, (Green-) Manured Soils.  If you'd like to meet with Dr. Vorendhout outside of the seminar contact Mary Ann Bruns.