Agricultural management and GHG emissions
More than half of America is working land, including agriculture and rangeland. With this in mind, there is rising interest in improving practices to sequester more carbon in these managed soils. However, current measurement strategies are too expensive and too spatially limited to inform decisions across the diverse range of soils, climates, crops, and management practices. In our group we are developing low-cost tools to assess management practices at scale. Together with systematic measurement schemes, we hope to inform land managers and potentially aid the carbon validation and accreditation sector.