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Michael Konen

Associate Professor - Soil Scientist

Northern Illinois University

HQ Phone:  (815) 752-6800

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Northern Illinois University

1525 W. Lincoln Hwy ( Route 38 )

DeKalb, Illinois,60115

United States

Company Description

Northern Illinois University (NIU) is a comprehensive teaching and research institution with a student enrollment of over 23,000. Located 65 miles west of Chicago, in one of the most dynamic regions of the country, with its main campus in the City of DeKalb, N...more

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News Release from Garfield Farm

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According to Associate Professor Mike Konen, soil scientist in Northern Illinois University's Department of Geography, soil is the third largest storage reservoir of carbon.


www.dekalbcountyonline.com

"I think her award says something about the quality of research that our students are doing," said Geography Professor Michael Konen, who leads the soil science program at NIU and also is Kelly's co-adviser.She's been going to Argonne National Laboratory to work with scientists there and learn about new procedures they're using to examine microbes and pesticides," Konen said.Microbes are microorganisms, such as bacteria and fungi, which are commonly found in soil.Kelly's research examined the effects of agriculture on soil microbes.More specifically, she studied the ability of agricultural soil to break down Atrazine, a commonly used herbicide in corn crops that can migrate to groundwater.


Newsletter

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I recently met with Mike Konen from Northern Illinois University to discuss a fund raising activity for a soils exhibit at the Smithsonian Museum in Washington D.C.Mike will be sharing some of the details in the newsletter.


Illinois Soil Classifiers Association

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Illinois Soil Classifiers Association

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Smithsonian Project Liaison -- Michael Konen, William Kreznor


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