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Dr. Tiemann is currently Assistant Professor of Soil Biology in the Plant Soil and Microbial Sciences Department at MSU. She works globally to promote our understanding of soil microorganisms’ contributions to soil organic matter and healthy, fertile soils. Dr. Tiemann’s research is conducted in a variety of agroecosystems across the U.S. and in Africa as she explores aspects of climate and land use change that alter microbial community dynamics with consequences for soil fertility and soil health. The ultimate goal of her research is to determine how we can manage agroecosystems and soil microbes to sustain the critical ecosystem services soil organic matter provides.
Switchgrass Greenhouse Experiment: Nitrogen Treatments
Project ID: 1316
Measurements of switchgrass productivity for plants grown in fertilized and unfertilized marginal land soils.You contributed 0%
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