Kari is Canada’s Research Chair in Environmental Microbiology of Agro-ecosystems and one of Canada’s premier scientists working at the intersection of microbiology, ecology and soil science.
The Soil Microbiome: Linking Soil Biodiversity to Soil Health and Ecosystem Services
Understanding the microbial world in the soil is key to finding sustainable agricultural practices that work to protect the environment. Using a unique approach that combines the disciplines of soil science and molecular biology, we are able to quantif …
Lasting impact: Technology helps living soils knowledge
First published in Farmtario: https://farmtario.com/crops/lasting-impact-technology-helps-living-soils-knowledge/ This article is the final instalment of a three-part series highlighting lessons learned from two …
Congratulations to @linseyvankoppen for defending her MSc today, looking at variability in microbial communities associated with freeze thaw at the field scale. Special thanks to @JackieGoordial and @KateCongreves for serving as examiners and @UoGAgMet for collaboration.
Just reminding this, “We are here because of the Microbes & not vice-versa,” brings huge respect for the Microbial life. 🙏 @cwrice @karidunfield @marie_kroeger @VLBRod @KPolain @PlasticBacteria
Day 22 #100DaysofSaveSoil 🇧🇪
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