Our research tends to focus on digital soil mapping, with special consideration of issues with spatial prediction and soil geomorphology. However, new directions are influenced by the lab team members’ individual interests and current grant funding. Please review our recent research products for examples of our recent work.
Prospective Graduate Students
This research group is always looking for exceptional students with matching research interests. Nonetheless, funding is required for admission. Funded assistantships will be posted here.
Graduate students working in this research group have the ability to choose from graduate programs in Soil Science, Environmental Science, and/or Sustainable Agriculture.
Graduate students enjoy a strong community both within the GLSI research group and across the department and campus. Agronomy is a unique research environment, housing researchers ranging from soil to meteorology to plant sciences. This offers students the opportunity to interact with a diverse set of colleagues. Please contact Bradley if you have any questions.
Prospective Post-doctorates and Visiting Scientists
These positions will be advertised when funding allows. However, if you are interested in developing a proposal or have your own resources and would like to connect with our research group, please contact Bradley.