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ISSN: 2157-7625

Journal of Ecosystem & Ecography
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Farai Mapanda

Dr. Farai Mapanda
Senior Lecturer
Dept. of Soil Sc. & Agric. Eng.
University of Zimbabwe
Zimbabwe

Biography

Dr. Farai Mapanda is working as a senior lecturer in the department of soil science and agriculture engineering. Main interests of Farai Mapanda includesSoil and environmental chemistry, with bias on soil productivity, soil-atmosphere interface exchange of greenhouse gases and heavy metal pollution chemistry. Environmental Science, Soil Science, Waste Management Agricultural encroachment of forestlands, as a result of the rapidly evolving agrarian reforms in Southern Africa, is an important but poorly understood external driver in soil emission of greenhouse gases. The objectives of this proposed project are to quantify emissions of nitrous oxide, methane and carbon dioxide, from plots on: 1) cleared and cropped, 2) only cleared, and 3) undisturbed woodlands. Changes in the area forested land, and the management of those lands for agriculture, have serious implications for the greenhouse gas balance of savanna woodlands.

Research Interest

Soil and environmental chemistry, with bias on soil productivity, soil-atmosphere interface exchange of greenhouse gases and heavy metal pollution chemistry

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