Professor Myrna Simpson

Department of Physical & Environmental Sciences

Research Excellence Faculty Scholar 2017-2020

Carbon is vital to soil health—but climate change is altering carbon levels. The loss of this element results in reduced soil fertility and health, and increased erosion. Managing carbon in soil is challenging, but we can better understand the mechanisms involved by using sophisticated molecular tools. This results in better management and protection of the world’s most valuable and understated natural resource.

A light lunch will be served.