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Soil Science Society of America presents awards in Houston
Date:10/27/2008

nd urban systems, such as golf courses. Ma has been active in the Soil Science Society of America, American Chemical Society, and American Society of Agronomy.

The L.R. Ahuja Ag Systems Modeling Award is presented to an early career soil scientist, agronomist, or crop scientist in recognition of significant contributions. The award is supported by a gift from Dr. Lajpat (Laj) R. Ahuja to the Agronomic Science Foundation.

  • Stephanie Boyle-Yarwood, Oregon State University -- Emil Truog Soil Science Award. Stephanie Yarwood is an Instructor/Advisor in Oregon State University's Department of Microbiology. She earned her PhD from Oregon State University in Crop and Soil Sciences. Her research interests include links between microbial community composition and nutrient cycling in forest soils. A contributor to the Journal of Natural Resource and Life Science Education, Dr. Yarwood is engaged in teaching that promotes inquiry-based learning. She is a member of the Soil Science Society of America and the American Society for Microbiology.

The award is given to a Ph.D. recipient who has made an outstanding contribution to soil science as evidenced by his or her Ph.D. dissertation. The recipient must have received a Ph.D. degree during the preceding calendar year.

  • Harry Vereecken, Forschungszentrum Jlich -- Don & Betty Kirkham Soil Physics Award. Harry Vereecken received his agricultural engineering degree and Ph.D. in agricultural sciences from Leuven University, Belgium. His research focuses on water flow and solute transport in soils and aquifers He is liaison for Europe of Vadose Zone Journal. He is active in the European Geophysical Union, Soil Science Society of America, German Soil Science Society, and American Geophysical Union.

The Don and Betty Kirkham Soil Physics Award recognizes mid-career soil scientists who have made outstanding contributions in the area of soil physics. The award is supported by
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