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Jennifer Moore-Kucera

Associate Professor

Texas Tech University

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Texas Tech University

3601 4Th Street Room #2A206

Lubbock, Texas,79430

United States

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About Texas Tech University: Texas Tech University is a major comprehensive research university located in western Texas. The Bob L. Herd Department of Petroleum Engineering at TTU supports the mission of the university and the college through its undergraduat...more

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Jennifer Moore-Kucera, Texas Tech University, Lubbock, Texas


mosesorganic.org [cached]

By Jennifer Moore-Kucera
Photo scan by Jennifer Moore-Kucera and Chenhui Li Jennifer Moore-Kucera is an Associate Professor of Soil & Environmental Microbiology in the Department of Plant and Soil Science at Texas Tech University. 1. Li, C., Moore-Kucera, J., Lee, J., Corbin, A., Brodhagen, M., Miles, C., Inglis, D., 2014. Li, C.H., Moore-Kucera, J., Miles, C., Leonas, K., Lee, J., Corbin, A., Inglis, D., 2014. Moore-Kucera, J., Cox, S.B., Peryron, M., Bailes, G., Kinloch, K., Karich, K., Miles, C., Inglis, D.A., Brodhagen, M., 2014. Bailes, G., Lind, M., Ely, A., Powell, M., Moore-Kucera, J., Miles, C., Inglis, D., Brodhagen, M., 2013. Corbin, A.T., Miles, C.A., Cowan, J., Hayes, D.G., Moore-Kucera, J., Inglis, D.A., 2013.


www.southcentralclimate.org [cached]

Dr. Jennifer Moore-Kucera
Associate Professor Texas Tech University


soils.org [cached]

Jennifer Moore-Kucera will "provide examples of the sensitivity of these biological properties in response to alternative agronomic practices.
The system can enhance soil and water sustainability as well as respond to extreme drought and high temperatures. Soil biological are early 'ecosensors' and can provide valuable information to scientists. Moore-Kucera is a professor at Texas Tech University. Veronica Acosta-Martinez, USDA, will be co-presenting.


mosesorganic.org

By Jennifer Moore-Kucera
Photo scan by Jennifer Moore-Kucera and Chenhui Li Jennifer Moore-Kucera is an Associate Professor of Soil & Environmental Microbiology in the Department of Plant and Soil Science at Texas Tech University. 1. Li, C., Moore-Kucera, J., Lee, J., Corbin, A., Brodhagen, M., Miles, C., Inglis, D., 2014. Li, C.H., Moore-Kucera, J., Miles, C., Leonas, K., Lee, J., Corbin, A., Inglis, D., 2014. Moore-Kucera, J., Cox, S.B., Peryron, M., Bailes, G., Kinloch, K., Karich, K., Miles, C., Inglis, D.A., Brodhagen, M., 2014. Bailes, G., Lind, M., Ely, A., Powell, M., Moore-Kucera, J., Miles, C., Inglis, D., Brodhagen, M., 2013. Corbin, A.T., Miles, C.A., Cowan, J., Hayes, D.G., Moore-Kucera, J., Inglis, D.A., 2013.


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