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Michelle M Wander

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Contact Information

W-503 Turner Hall
1102 S. Goodwin Ave.
Urbana, IL 61801


Additional Campus Affiliations

Professor, Natural Resources and Environmental Sciences
Professor, Center for Digital Agriculture, National Center for Supercomputing Applications (NCSA)

Recent Publications

Zhou, W., Guan, K., Peng, B., Margenot, A., Lee, D. K., Tang, J., Jin, Z., Grant, R., DeLucia, E., Qin, Z., Wander, M. M., & Wang, S. (2023). How does uncertainty of soil organic carbon stock affect the calculation of carbon budgets and soil carbon credits for croplands in the U.S. Midwest? Geoderma, 429, Article 116254.

Berthelin, J., Laba, M., Lemaire, G., Powlson, D., Tessier, D., Wander, M., & Baveye, P. C. (2022). Response to ‘A well-established fact: Rapid mineralization of organic inputs is an important factor for soil carbon sequestration’ by Angers et al. European Journal of Soil Science, 73(4), Article e13272.

Berthelin, J., Laba, M., Lemaire, G., Powlson, D., Tessier, D., Wander, M., & Baveye, P. C. (2022). Soil carbon sequestration for climate change mitigation: Mineralization kinetics of organic inputs as an overlooked limitation. European Journal of Soil Science, 73(1), Article e13221.

Endres, A. B., Andrade Laborde, J. E., Bohn, M. O., Formiga, A. K., Goldstein, W. A., Marriott, E. E., Ugarte, C. M., & Wander, M. M. (2022). Influence of the Seed Loophole and Bottleneck on Quantity and Quality of Organic Maize Seed in the U.S. Midwest. Frontiers in Agronomy, 4, Article 763974.

Wang, M., Wander, M., Mueller, S., Martin, N., & Dunn, J. B. (2022). Evaluation of survey and remote sensing data products used to estimate land use change in the United States: Evolving issues and emerging opportunities. Environmental Science Policy, 129, 68-78.

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