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学科国际化提升在线讲座---“环境(土壤-水体-大气)污染控制技术与案例分析”
发布日期:2020-10-27浏览次数:字号:[ ]

报告一

题目:Reducing N loss from soils (N transformations in soil) ---Nitrogen, food security, climate change and environment--- the relevance of soil N

报告人:Prof. Deli Chen, The University of Melbourne, Melbourne, Australia

时间:2020年10月28日,周三,上午8:00-10:00

腾讯会议:

会议 ID:147 643 873

 

报告二

题目:Mitigating GHG emissions from Agriculture and Decision Support System for better N management

报告人:Prof. Deli Chen, The University of Melbourne, Melbourne, Australia

时间:2020年10月30日,周五,上午8:00-10:00

腾讯会议:

会议 ID:388 468 483

 

联系人:刘蕊 副教授

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学者简介:

Professor Deli Chen is an internationally recognized soil scientist working on the efficiency of nitrogen use in agricultural systems, and its impact on global food security and climate change. He is a Redmond Barry Distinguished Professor and Discipline Leader in the Soil and Environment Research Group in the School of Agriculture and Food, China Director of Faculty of Veterinary and Agricultural Sciences and Director of the Australian-China Joint Research Centre, Healthy Soils for Sustainable Food Production and Environmental Quality. He was recently announced as the Director of the new ARC Research Hub for Innovative Nitrogen Fertilisers and Inhibitors. Professor Chen leads a well-recognised research team, investigating soil-plant nitrogen dynamics in agroecosystems, agroecosystem modelling and decision support systems for optimal fertiliser management, measuring-modelling-mitigating greenhouse gas emissions from intensive agricultural systems, enhanced efficiency nitrogen fertilizers, agricultural ‘big data’ and sustainable indices. He has authored and co-authored over 300 peer-reviewed publications (including in Nature and PNAS). His work has been recognized through national and international awards such as the Kingenta Agricultural Science Award, J.A. Prescott Medal for excellence and achievement in the field of soil science by the Australian Society of Soil Science and a Fellow of the American Society of Agronomy, the Soil Science Society of America, and Soil Science Australia.   




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