MSc and PhD positions in project 'Diverse cropping systems as a best management practice: Insight from lysimeters on soil health, air, and water quality' available at University of Guelph for Fall 2016 and Winter 2017

Posted on Monday, June 6th, 2016

We are seeking highly motivated individuals to study the impact of crop rotation diversification soil, air and water quality, specifically addressing the questions: (i) are diverse cropping systems actually beneficial for air and water quality? (ii) what are the trade‐offs between soil, water,and air quality upon implementing a diverse cropping rotation?

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