Qiurui Zhu

Photo of Qiurui ZhuQiurui is interested in the atmospheric-biosphere interactions and biogeochemistry. His dissertation entailed measurements of N2O and CH4 fluxes from corn and soybean fields in a working farm on the eastern shore of Maryland using a flux gradient method. He found no consistent difference in fluxes between plots with and without drainage water management. He also made what may be the first micrometerological measurements of large N2O fluxes immediately after biosolid additions to a recently planted corn field. Quirui successfully defended his dissertation in November 2022.

To learn more about Qiurui’s research, view the recent poster that he presented at the December 2019 AGU Annual Meeting.

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