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News article: Faculty member presents soil science research at Congressional Soils Caucus briefing

Nicholas Basta, Professor of Soil and Environmental Science in the School of Environment and Natural Resources at The Ohio State University was selected to deliver a presentation at the  Soil Science Society of America (SSSA) 2019 Congressional Soils Caucus Briefing Series in Washington, DC on June 14. 

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News article: Urban Soils Course Featured

Urban Soils and Ecosystem Services: Assessment and Restoration, a course offered through the School of Environment and Natural Resources (SENR) is featured in The Lantern article, “Ohio State course gets students involved in urban development.” 

Event: John F. Obrycki's Graduate Defense Seminar

John F. Obrycki, PhD Candidate, Soil Science will present Managing Soils for Environmental and Public Health as his Graduate Defense Seminar in 245 Kottman Hall.

News article: Spent Foundry Sand’s Second Life: OK to Use in Some Soils

This article was originally published on the website of the College of Food, Agricultural and Environmental Sciences.

COLUMBUS, Ohio — A study by scientists at The Ohio State University played a key role in a recent public health and environmental risk assessment of reusing spent foundry sands, or SFS, in certain soil-related uses. The sands are a byproduct from the metal casting industry.