Animal Agriculture and the Environment
Biochar: Agronomic and Environmental Uses
Managing Denitrification in Agronomic Systems
By-product Gypsum Uses in Agriculture
Nutrients and Environmental Quality
Soil Carbon and Greenhouse Gas Emission
Agriculture covers roughly 30% of the earth and is inextricably linked to the quality of our environment. Understanding how agriculture affects our environment and improving the management of agriculture to promote air, soil and water quality is the central focus of the Environmental Quality Section. We have six communities that have formed in the section, with most activities now occurring at this level.
The Environmental Quality Section is committed to representing its members to ensure that emerging issues of agronomy and the environment are effectively communicated and that division activities reflect member interest. If you would like to highlight a topic of importance on this web page or play a role in section activities, contact the presiding chair.
These awards highlight promising scientists who have received their terminal degrees (BS, MS, PhD) in the past seven years, recognizing their early accomplishments in research, teaching, extension and industry as related to agriculture and environmental quality. Past recipients include:
Past recipients include:
This award is to recognize graduate students who have made, or who have the potential to make, significant contributions to the field of environmental quality and to encourage their involvement in the American Society of Agronomy. Recipients will receive a certificate of recognition and $250.