Our Post.doc. Mette Vodder Carstensen receives AUFF's PhD award
Five talented researchers set to receive Aarhus University Research Foundation’s PhD Award for their PhD projects from 2020. One of them is Post.doc. Mette Vodder Carstensen from Catchment Science and Environmental Management!
Danish agriculture is undergoing a transition to ensure less leaching of nitrogen and phosphorous from fields into streams. However, it can be difficult to find suitable solutions among the means currently available. In her PhD project, Biologist Mette Vodder Christensen has studied how to expand the range of drainage systems and increase their multifunctionality.
Based on this PhD project Mette has deservingly received the PhD award!
A BIG congratulations to Mette!
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