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Keith Goulding

Position: Head of the Department of Sustainable Soils
Company: Rothamsted Research

Dr Keith Goulding is a member of the Institute Executive Committee, Scientific Director for the Centre for Soils and Ecosystem Function and Head of the Department of Sustainable Soils and Grassland Systems at Rothamsted Research. He also manages the Cross-Institute Programme for Sustainable Soil Function (SoilCIP), which integrates research into soil science across Rothamsted Research, North Wyke Research, Edinburgh University, the Macaulay Institute and the Scottish Crops Research Institute. In 2003 Keith won the Royal Agricultural Society of England Research Medal for his work on diffuse pollution. In 2007 he received an IPCC certificate for contribution towards the Nobel Peace Prize won by the IPCC earlier that year. Research interests cover four main areas: nutrient cycling, nutrient losses from agriculture, farm system studies, and acid rain and soil acidification. Current research projects include projects on Maintaining soil resilience and function, Soil carbon management and Linking biogeochemical processes to soil functions. Sustainable Soils and Grassland Systems, Rothamsted Research, West Common, Harpenden, Hertfordshire. AL5 2JQ



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