The CREWS-JRW team will meet on Tuesday, November 30 at noon on WebEx.
Simon Fordyce, M.S. student and Cropping Systems Research Associate at the Central Agricultural Research Center (CARC) will present on Nov. 30.
Spatiotemporal patterns of nitrogen mineralization in a dryland wheat system
Talk Description: Uses remote sensing to assess spatial patterns in physical, chemical, and biological soil attributes controlling mineralization of nitrogen from soil organic matter in dryland wheat systems of Central Montana.
About Simon: Simon Fordyce is an MSU graduate student pursuing an MS in Land Resources and Environmental Sciences. As a full-time Research Associate at the MSU Central Agricultural Research Center, Simon conducts on-farm agronomy experiments to help improve the sustainability of Montana farms and ranches. His research focuses on carbon and nitrogen cycling during winter months and the implications for soil fertility in wheat-based systems. Simon lives with his wife, Sally, and two daughters, Martha and Frances, in his hometown of Winifred, MT.
Join from the meeting link: https://montana.webex.com/montana/j.php?MTID=m2efb69866c898f18ca40fcb64be6fd5e
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