Soil & Land Use

We are committed to ensuring a clean environment for this and future generations. Protecting the soil, water, air, and crops of the world is our ultimate goal.  Our expertise includes developing techniques to clean up contaminated soil and water, designing best practices for management of nutrients and animal wastes, preventing soil erosion and promoting soil and water conservation, using satellite imagery to improve crop production and aid land use decisions, and predicting the impact of global climate change on crops and humans. 

  • Improve Soil Health & Productivity
  • Advance the Use Spatial Technologies
  • Characterize & Mitigate Chemical Fate
  • Reduce Soil Loss​



Faculty in Soil & Land Use 

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Jason Ackerson
Pedology & Pedometrics
(765) 494-5314
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Shalamar Armstrong
Environmental Soil Science
(765) 496-0256
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Sylvie Brouder
Plant Mineral Nutrition
(765) 494-1489
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Gary Steinhardt
Soil Genesis & Soil Management
765) 494-8063
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Melba Crawford (AGRY/CIVIL)
Earth Observation & Director of LARS
(765) 496-9335
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 Tim Filley
Soil Organic Matter
(765) 494-6581
Chi-Hua Huang (USDA/ARS)
Soil Erosion & Water Quality
(765) 494-6143
Cliff Johnston
Soil Biogeochemistry & 
Environmental Mineralogy
(765) 496-1716
Eileen Kladivko
Soils Physics & Soil Management
(765) 494-6372
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Linda Lee
Environmental Organic Chemistry
(765) 494-8612
Cindy Nakatsu
Molecular Microbial Ecology
(765) 496-2997
Loop | Chad Penn 
Chad J. Penn (USDA/ARS)
Soil, Water & Agricultural Chemistry
(765) 494-0330
Darrell Schulze
Pedology ,Soil Mapping, Mineralogy
(765) 494-8062
 
 
 


































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