Resilient Cropping Systems for a Sustainable Future – Dr Amélie Gaudin, University of California, Davis

Jan 11, 2019 | earth and environment

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Dr Amélie Gaudin at the University of California, Davis explores ways to develop more efficient and resilient cropping systems. Here we take a closer look at just a few of Dr Gaudin’s research projects, which aim to build multifunctional agricultural systems where biodiversity and ecosystem services serve as a basis for improvement. Her comprehensive approach to management offers exciting opportunities to improve resilience and maintain agricultural sustainability in a time of climatic change.


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