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Yan Jin Soil Physics

Dr. Jin investigates mass transport and transformation in soil and other environmental systems as well as colloidal processes at various interfaces. 

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  • Aquaculture and Fisheries Specialist Ed Hale of Delaware Sea Grant, Simeon Hahn of NOAA and Josh Mottola (left to right) guide a seine net through the Brandywine Creek while searching for American Shad.

    Remove dam, help fish

    October 22, 2020 | Written by Mark Jolly-Van Bodegraven
    Shreeram Inamdar of the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources studying changes in water quality brought about by dam removal.
  • Force of nature

    October 09, 2020 | Written by Lauren Bradford
    UD researcher Covel McDermot is studying red maple, a resilient native tree known to thrive in urban environments.
  • Graduate student Frank Linam investigates paddy soil chemistry and rice root-soil interactions

    September 04, 2020 | Written by Dante LaPenta
    Plant and soil sciences Ph.D. student Frank Linam is focusing on how rice husk incorporation impacts paddy soil chemistry and rice root-soil interactions.

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