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Dr Samuel Eze

Research Fellow
Areas of expertise
Soil health; soil carbon dynamics; ecosystem carbon flux; carbon sequestration; climate-smart agriculture; climate change
11.06 Priestley Building
Faculty of Environment
School of Earth and Environment

I have a BSc in Soil Science (Federal University of Technology Owerri, Nigeria), an MSc in Sustainable Environmental Management (University of Greenwich, London, UK) and a PhD in Physical Geography (University of Leeds, UK). My PhD focused on the impacts of climate change and agricultural land management practices on soil health, particularly soil carbon dynamics in the UK upland grasslands.

As an Impact Translation Fellow, I conducted an evidence review on the impacts of different land management practices in the UK on soil health parameters. I am currently investigating the impacts of various climate-smart agricultural practices on soil health in Africa.