Guest researchers

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L (Laura) Battle Bayer, Msc
Period: 2009/05 - 2010/04
Laura, from Spain, an agronomist by training, worked as a Guest Researcher on “soil carbon dynamics”. This included the development and testing of a summary-model of soil organic carbon dynamics focusing on defined land use changes in the Brazilian Cerrado. An important aim of the ‘scholarship’ was to a write peer-reviewed paper on this subject. In addition to this, several proposals for follow up studies were prepared respectively submitted for possible external funding. ISRIC provided a stipend, working facilities and scientific support (Niels Batjes). Laura is now pursuing her PhD at the University of Utrecht.
ISRIC Publications of: L Batlle-Bayer
Dr D (David) G Rossiter Cornell University (USA) 2014/11 -
AJM (Ad) van Oostrum, MSc ISRIC - World Soil Information 2016/10-
N (Nikolay) Rybalskiy, MSc Moscow State University (Russia) 2011/03 - 2011/08
Prof CC (Cristine) Muggler Earth Sciences Museum, Federal University of Viçosa (Brazil) 2011/01 - 2012/01
L (Laura) Battle Bayer, Msc Wageningen University (The Netherlands) 2009/05 - 2010/04
Dr Paddikal Chandran National Bureau of Soil Survey and Land Planning (ICAR) (India) 2011/01 - 2011/03
Dr CJE (Nynke) Schulp Institute for Environmental Studies (The Netherlands) 2010/04 - 2012/04
N (Nikoo) Hamzehpour, Msc Tarbiat Modares University (Iran) 2011/03 - 2011/09
Milan Kilibarda Faculty of Civil Engineering, Belgrade (Serbia) 2013/05 - 2013/06
E (Eliana) de Souza CAPES foundation, Ministry of Education of Brazil, (Brasilia) 2013/08 - 2015/04
Dr Uttam Kumar Mandal Central Soil Salinity Research Institute (India) 2013/09 - 2013/12
Dr Priyabatra Santra Central Arid Zones Research Institute (India) 2013/09 - 2013/12
Alessandro Samuel Rosa Federal Rural University of Rio de Janeiro 2014/01 - 2014/12
Andrew M Sila World Agroforestry Centre (ICRAF) 2014/03-2014/04
Kevin Vaysse INRA, Montpellier, France 2014/04 - 2014/07
Dr. Wei Shangguan Beijing Normal University 2014/10-2015/10