Jordon Wade

Jordon Wade

Soil health, soil fertility, agronomy, socioecological modeling

Jordon Wade, PhD is an Assistant Professor in the School of Natural Resources.  He is a soil scientist whose work focuses on developing, calibrating, and integrating soil health indicators to generate effective, useful tools that help land managers make informed decisions.  He uses diverse methods in his research, from using isotopes to functionalize soil health indicators, conducting on-farm trials of various management strategies, and through participatory action research with farmers, extension, and agricultural researchers to better understand how we think about and generate approaches to enhance soil health.

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