Terra Preta de Indio
Biochar Soil Management
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In the Soil Biogeochemistry & Soil Fertility Management Program, we work in a broad range of ecosystems spanning scales from nano-scale observations in soil microaggregates to global carbon cycles. We are engaged in advancing new tools for the investigation of soils such as synchrotron-based spectroscopy as well as in studying soil carbon dynamics and implications for landuse.

If you are interested in this program, please get in touch with us.

Johannes Lehmann