Yang is the lab’s principal investigator and an Assistant Professor of Soil Health in the Department of Soil, Water, and Ecosystem Sciences at UF. He received a PhD in Geography from the University of California, Santa Barbara and a MS in Soil Science from the University of Alberta.
Yang’s CV, ylin2 at ufl.edu
Franky is a PhD candidate with interests in soil health assessment and nutrient management. He is co-advised by Yang and Dr. Rao Mylavarapu.
Swarnali is a PhD candidate with interests in soil health assessment and carbon cycling.
Ryan is a PhD student supported by the USDA National Needs Fellowship. She is interested in soil carbon cycling and nature-based climate solutions.
Courtney is a MS student supported by the USDA National Needs Fellowship. She is interested in soil phosphorus cycling and nutrient best management practices.
JoAnn is a MS student supported by the USDA National Needs Fellowship. She is co-advised by Yang and Dr. Allan Bacon. She is interested in understanding the environmental impacts of biosolids application.
Xinlin is a MS student co-advised by Yang and Dr. Lakesh Sharma. He is interested in dissolved organic matter transport in soil.
Bella is an OPS technician. She completed her honors thesis in the lab on phosphorus leaching from biosolids-impacted soils.
Audrey is a junior working as a paid research assistant. She is interested in soil health and environmental chemistry.
Isabella was a senior working on active learning research project on soil color modeling.
Julia was a MS Student with interests in legacy phosphorus and pollution remediation. She was co-advised by Yang and Dr. Allan Bacon.
Daniil was an undergrad research assistant.
Gabby completed her honors thesis on the role of biochar in remediating soil greenhouse gas emission.
Precious was a MS Student interested in soil and water conservation. She is now a Research Associate at Pattern Ag.
Min Xu was a visiting PhD Student from Sichuan Agricultural University. She is currently a lecturer at Sichuan Agricultural University.