Doctoral Student Awarded Funding to Study Ohio State Soils

Feb. 1, 2016

Tania D. Burgos-Hernández, a doctoral student in the School of Environment and Natural Resources, was recently awarded funding by The Ohio State University Office of Energy and Environment for the proposal, “Investigating Soil Quality and Carbon Balance for Ohio State University Soils.”  The funding will be utilized to characterize soils on the Columbus campus of The Ohio State University, which will inform the understanding of soil carbon processes and sustainable soil management practices.

Tania (shown) is advised by School of Environment and Natural Resources Associate Professor Brian Slater. 

 

February 2016.