Dr. Frank Johnson
Paige 202; or See Details for Zoom Link
Synopsis: Agricultural systems are responsible for a significant portion of methane (CH4), and nitrous oxide (N2O) emissions in the United States. This research investigates the spatial distribution of denitrification markers (denitrification enzyme activity, soil N2O emissions, soil N2 emissions, and nosZ abundance), and how varying management practices influence soil N2O, CH4, and CO2 emissions within cropping systems. Results from this work provide insight into soil biogeochemical processes in cropping systems and can potentially influence management decisions.
Dr. Johnson is an agronomist whose work focuses on greenhouse gas emissions within agricultural systems, including methane and nitrous oxide. His research talk will take place on Monday, May 1st at 3:30 PM in Paige Laboratory Room 202.
Dr. Johnson is currently a postdoc, and his work focuses on nitrogen and greenhouse gas emissions within agronomic systems.
Dr. Johnson is a Bridge Scholar.
All Seminar Sessions are from 3:30pm to 4:30pm.
To join Zoom meeting:
Meeting ID: 953 3839 9246
As a BRiDGE scholar, Dr. Johnson will also have lunch with graduate students on Monday, May 2nd from 12 - 1:30 PM. Additionally, he will also present a BRiDGE2Impacts talk on Tuesday, May 3rd between 10 - 12 PM, location TBD.
There is time in Dr. Johnson’s schedule while at UMass for meeting with both faculty and graduate students. Email email@example.com to request a time slot with Dr. Johnson.
Corey Palmer and Arthur Siller