Adam Gillespie

My research focuses on soil organic matter and soil health. Soil organic matter is widely recognized as an integral part of sustainable agriculture, soil health and ecosystem resilience. It is critical for soil function, providing a source of nutrients, substrates and energy for the microbial population.  My research program is one which examines land use and ecosystem influences on soil organic matter (SOM) dynamics and their relationship with soil fertility and carbon cycling in both the lab and field settings. I believe very strongly in the need to translate innovative research into practice. I am eager to take on graduate students and form a core, collaborative research team.

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These #lysimeters are helping us estimate water-holding capacity in the field using multiple #soil sensors. New #OpenAccess #scipub from @UofG_SES researchers @UoGAgMet and @BiswasSoilLab on the opportunities and challenges. #UofG #agtech @AgInnovationON
http://ow.ly/hzgk50DZxej

“We are finding plants put more carbon below ground as a result of the grazing of livestock. A well-managed grazing system stores more carbon in the soil than grasslands that are not grazed.” https://twitter.com/CFGA_ACPF/status/1370723844516937737

CFGA_ACPF@CFGA_ACPF

A great piece from Successful Farming on “Livestock’s role in a changing climate” http://ow.ly/sHqh50DWi7n #livestock #climatechange #CdnAg

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