As part of the Soil Health Nexus Digital Cafe Series, Dr. Bruno Basso from the Michican State University present “Soil Stability Maps to Improve Management for Soil Health and Carbon Markets”. This presentation was originally broadcast on December 15, 2021.
Dr. Bruno Basso discusses how he is using digital technology to develop soil stability maps to improve production efficiency. Basso’s research deals mainly with water, carbon, nitrogen cycling and modeling in agro-ecosystems, and spatial analysis of crop yield. This research has important value for better understanding and predicting nitrogen conservation patterns in cropped landscapes as well as soil carbon change-and has led to important insights for the likely effects of climate change on carbon and water footprints of future cropping systems.
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