Gabriel Maltais-Landry (He/him) - Principal Investigator
Originally trained as an aquatic biogeochemist at Université de Montréal (B.Sc. and M.Sc.), my work shifted towards nutrient cycling in agriculture during my Ph.D. at Stanford, which focused on the effects of cover crops and organic amendments on soil phosphorus cycling in California. This work expanded to include how nitrogen and greenhouse gas emissions are affected by manures and cover crops during my postdoc at the University of British Columbia. My work at UF now embraces the complexity and uniqueness of Florida’s diverse agroecosystems.