Jordon is a Ph.D. student in the School of Environment and Natural Resources (SENR) program. He graduated from University of California, Davis with a B.S. in Soil and Water Science and an M.S. in Soils and Biogeochemistry. During that time, his research interests were centered around carbon (C) and nitrogen (N) dynamics in intensively-managed agricultural systems and the development of soil health parameters. Additionally, Jordon worked at the intersection of agricultural production and policy at both the state and national levels. His current research interests revolve around soil health, phosphorus dynamics, and soil mineralogy. In his free time, Jordon enjoys consuming strong coffee and craft brews, exploring the wealth of outdoor activities that the Midwest has to offer (weather permitting), and playing any and all boardgames put in front of him.
Publications with the Culman Lab
Wade, J., Culman, S.W., Hurisso, T.T., Miller, R.O., Baker, L., Horwath, W.R. 2018. Sources of Variability that Compromise Mineralizable Carbon as a Soil Health Indicator. Soil Science Society of America Journal 82: 243 - 252.
Hurisso, T.T., Culman, S.W., Horwath, W.R., Wade, J., Cass, D., Beniston, J.W., Bowles, T.M., Grandy, A.S., Franzluebbers, A.J., Schipanski, M.E., Lucas, S.T., and Ugarte, C.M. 2016. Comparison of Permanganate-Oxidizable Carbon and Mineralizable Carbon for Assessment of Organic Matter Stabilization and Mineralization. Soil Science Society of America Journal 80: 1352 - 1364.