B.Sc., M.Sc., Ph.D. University of Guelph
My research focuses on nutrient cycling and management within the agroecosystem. My specific current interests include: the evaluation of manure management strategies to decrease losses of nutrients and bacteria to the environment and improve the agronomic availability of the nutrients, and investigating spatial variability of soil nutrients and plant response. I am currently collaborating with several individuals within the University of Guelph.
Fallow, D.J., Brown, D.M, Lauzon, J.D., and Parkin, G.W. (2007). Risk assessment of unsuitable winter conditions for manure and nutrient application across Ontario. Journal of Environmental Quality 36: 31-43.
Denys, C.J., O'Halloran, I.R., and Lauzon, J.D. (2006). Effect of nitrogen fertilization and topography on soft red winter wheat yield and protein content in two Ontario landscapes. Canadian Journal of Soil Science 86 (4): 729-736.
Gregory, S.D.L., Lauzon, J.D., O'Halloran, I.P., and Heck, R.J. (2006). Predicting soil organic matter content in southwestern Ontario fields using imagery from high-resolution digital cameras. Canadian Journal of Soil Science 86 (3): 573-584.
soil science, soil fertility, soil management, nutrient management