Waiber GHG team in news

Newspaper article on our greenhouse gas work at Troughton farm:

https://www.stuff.co.nz/business/farming/103195124/retaining-soil-carbon-the-answer-to-managing-agricultural-ghg-emissions

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Our farmer collaborators talk about their philosophy

We are proud to work closely with Ben and Sarah Troughton at their farm. They talk about their farming philosophy here.

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newspaper article on #researchcake

Happy days! Researchcake made the news, article by Eloise Gibson at Newshub
https://bit.ly/2IvmAvI

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Soil profile dug by Anne at our eddy covariance site

 

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Troughton farm visit by PGGRC

Had an excellent visit to our field site by board members from PGGRC board members Andrew Morrison and Gavin Sheath and General Manager Mark Aspin.

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Congrats to Sheree

Sheree Balvert was awarded the Bert Quinn award in recognition as a PhD in their final year most likely to contribute to New Zealand Soil Science.

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Congrats to Jasmine and Sam

A slightly late congratulations to two members of WaiBER for awards from the New Zealand Society of Soil Science.

  • Sam McNally was awarded the Morice Fieldes Award for most meritorious PhD thesis 2016
  • Jasmine Robinson was awarded the Sir Theodore Rigg award for best masterate thesis 2016.

Sam is currently a postdoc at Plant and Food while Jasmine is conducting a PhD at Waikato University.

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