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Notice of "Nitrogen use efficiency at the farm scale"

Sourse:   Date:2018-04-10

Seminar: Nitrogen use efficiency at the farm scale

Title: Nitrogen use efficiency at the farm scale  

Speaker: Prof. Tom Misselbrook(Rothamsted Research, UK)

Time: 9:30am (16,04.2018)

Location: meeting room 307 (College of Natural Resources and Environment)

profile: Professor Tom Misselbrook leads research on soil and atmosphere interactions at Rothamsted Research, studying ammonia and greenhouse gas emissions from agricultural sources; quantification, process understanding, modelling and the development and assessment of abatement strategies. More generally, he is interested in nitrogen cycling through agricultural systems and, in particular, the sustainable use of livestock manures. He currently leads on the compilation and improvement of the national-scale ammonia and greenhouse gas emission inventories for UK agriculture. He also leads the Newton-funded UK-China Virtual Joint Centre for Improved Nitrogen Agronomy (CINAg). He participates in UNECE Task Force for Reactive Nitrogen and Expert Panel on Mitigating Agricultural Nitrogen. He is the Joint coordinator of the FAO Recycling of Agricultural, Municipal and Industrial Residues to Agriculture Network, expert for EIP Focus Group on Reducing Emissions from Cattle Farming and Advisory Board member for UNEP. He has lead tens of projects supported by international cooperation, EU, and UK. He has over 110 publications in peer-reviewed scientific journals, with H factor (Web of Science) of 32.

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