Hong J. Di

Lincoln University, New Zealand

Hong J. Di is a Professor of soil and environmental science at the Agriculture and Life Sciences Faculty, Lincoln University. His major research interests include the mitigation of nitrous oxide emissions and nitrate leaching in grazed pastures. In the past few years, he and his colleague Professor K. C. Cameron have been involved in research that has lead to the development of new nitrification inhibitor technologies for mitigating nitrate leaching and nitrous oxide emissions in grazed pastures. He is a Fellow of the New Zealand Society of Soil Science and a Fellow of the New Zealand Institute of Agricultural and Horticultural Sciences. He is a recipient of the Leamy Award for the most meritorious contribution to New Zealand soil science and Agricom significant achievement award for outstanding contributions to the advancement of agriculture and horticulture. In 2008, he was honored by Queen Elizabeth the II by being made an Officer of the New Zealand Order of Merit (ONZM) in the Queens Birthday Honors for Services to Agricultural Research.

Biography Updated on 8 March 2010

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