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Sylvie Brouder, PhD


Purdue University

Sylvie Brouders (PhD, Ecology, University of California-Davis; Professor of Agronomy) research addresses nutrient stewardship in agricultural landscapes and application of emerging digital tools and novel statistical approaches to improve data use for evidence-based recommendations and policy in a changing climate. She is Director of the Water Quality Field Station, an in-field laboratory and Purdue University Core Facility. She currently serves as President for the American Society of Agronomy (ASA). She was elected ASA Fellow (2005), named a Purdue Wickersham Chair of Excellence in Agriculture Research (2012), and elected Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (2017).


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