WI professors win 2021 Outstanding Paper Award from Vadose Zone Journal

Monday, September 20, 2021

A research paper exploring the advantages of subsurface fertilizer placement co-authored by Water Institute members Merrin Macrae, professor from the Department of Geography and Environmental Management, and Fereidoun Rezanezhad, research associate professor from the Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences, has received the 2021 Outstanding Paper Award in Vadose Zone Journal.

The award was given for the paper, “Nutrient Leaching in Soil Affected by Fertilizer Application and Frozen Ground” authored by Kirsten N. Grant, Merrin L. Macrae, Fereidoun Rezanezhad, and W. Vito Lam, first published in February 2019.

Vadose Zone Journal is a gold open access publication that serves as an outlet for interdisciplinary research and assessment of the vadose zone, the portion of the critical zone that comprises the earth's critical living surface down to groundwater.

Papers were evaluated against how the article advanced knowledge in the profession, the effectiveness of communication, methodology, originality, and impact.

Congratulations to the Merrin and Fereidoun for this outstanding achievement!

Read the 2021 Vadose Zone Journal Outstanding Paper now.

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