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Jonathan Sanderman
Soil sustains life. Soil is part of the problem and part of the solution to
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Jonathan Sanderman Sep 17
Looks like a great opportunity to kick start an academic career
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Dr. Simone Alin Sep 12
As a result of the USDA being moved to Kansas City, there will be about 15% of NIFA (Nat Inst Food & Ag - maybe a little important for those who eat) employees left, including zero in the Carbon Cycle & Ecosystems program. Devastating. By design. So upsetting.
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Jonathan Sanderman Sep 16
Replying to @wooddecomp
I think evidence is ok with an appropriate qualifier. I don't think "empirical evidence" is ok, but "model-based evidence" or something similar would be fine.
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Jonathan Sanderman Sep 9
This is important, sad and incredibly frustrating. Cost savings is a bold faced lie. This is the purposeful gutting two great agencies of career employees.
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Amanda Spivak Sep 9
The story on our recent paper about global change and disturbance effects on soil in , , and ecosystems is out!
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Jonathan Sanderman Sep 6
Replying to @Prof_Braj_Singh
Unfortunate to read debunked science on glomalin still being repeated.
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Jonathan Sanderman Sep 5
Ever wonder what it takes to organize a major conference? Behind the scenes glimpse into planning.
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Jonathan Sanderman Sep 4
If you like soils and are looking for a postdoc, you can't go wrong with this team.
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Jonathan Sanderman Sep 3
Can we stop stupid politics from ruining carbon farming? via
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Thomas Nesme Sep 2
Interesting paper about organic farmers distribution at the global scale. Not a big surprise: organic farmers tend to locate in areas with favorable economic and climatic conditions. We need more of this type of studies (esp due to the limited dataset)
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Jonathan Sanderman Sep 1
Carbon storage and loss in coastal ecosystems is complex . BIO: plants and microbes; GEO: mineral and metal interactions; CHEM: redox cycling. What level of complexity do we need to accurately model these systems?
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Jonathan Sanderman Aug 29
Replying to @NoahFierer @aaberhe
Is there a recommended wine as well?
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MBL Woods Hole Aug 23
Salt marshes are among the best carbon sinks, but coastal pollution could threaten that. New study from MBL and in @NSFLTER Photo: Daniel Buckley
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Jonathan Sanderman Aug 16
Replying to @GlobalChangeBio
Interesting piece that I enjoyed reading BUT Figure 4 is (intentionally) misleading, perhaps bordering on data manipulation. Unequal volumes of soil are being compared in order to get the shape of the SOC curve to match their concept.
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Jonathan Sanderman Aug 8
Cliff notes for the new special report on the land sector
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Jonathan Sanderman Aug 8
Replying to @j_zelikova
Important work suggests that tropical forests actually aren't keeping up...
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Jonathan Sanderman Aug 4
I received a similar thoughtful signed review from Julia Gaudinski () on my first paper. It meant a lot. Thanks, Julia!
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Jonathan Sanderman Aug 1
Replying to @ThomasNesme
Agree. But look at those error bars in the lower meter (-10 to +20 MgC/ha)! As the authors conclude that variability makes it really hard to have any confidence in deep SOC change.
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Jonathan Sanderman Jul 26
Managing for isn't always a perfect win-win for farmers and the environment. are complex and we need to avoid overly simplistic descriptions.
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Jonathan Sanderman Jul 24
Replying to @elanio_herrador
I think you were looking at the other RA position we had open - deadline is Aug 16 but we'll keep accepting applications until filled
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