Kari E. Dunfield, University of Guelph

Professor Guelph, Ontario dunfield@uoguelph.ca Office: (519) 824-4120 ext. 58088

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General areas of interest include: Applied Soil Ecology, Molecular Microbial Ecology, Soil Microbiology. The long-term objective of Prof. Dunfield's research program is to study the relationship between genetic diversity of soil microbial communities and soil ecosystem functioning.

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Bio/Research

General areas of interest include: Applied Soil Ecology, Molecular Microbial Ecology, Soil Microbiology. The long-term objective of Prof. Dunfield's research program is to study the relationship between genetic diversity of soil microbial communities and soil ecosystem functioning.

Her research program uses established molecular biology techniques to assess how agricultural and environmental practices impact soil microbial communities, and microbially mediated soil processes, such as nitrogen cycling. This is accomplished through a number of collaborative research programs with research groups across the University of Guelph campus.


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