Assuring Clean Water & Sustainable Ecosystems via Improved Agroecological Management

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Assuring Clean Water & Sustainable Ecosystems via Improved Agroecological Management

Sprint Activities

Librarians and researchers collaborated to collect literature related to the business, economic, societal issues of the manufacture and use of urea and biuret.  The team drafted rich bibliographies on chemical manufacturing processes and chemical purity, business intelligence on urea and biuret suppliers, current and historical uses of N-fertilizer components, and the social and environmental impacts of ammonia and biuret.  Librarians then organized these documents into a single, linked report.

Location: University of Minnesota

Sprint Researcher Participants: Lawrence P. Wackett, Biochemistry, Molecular Biology, and Biophysics; Carl J. Rosen, Soil, Water, and Climate; and William R. Harcombe, Ecology, Evolution, and Behavior

Project PIs: Lawrence P. Wackett, Biochemistry, Molecular Biology, and Biophysics; Carl J. Rosen, Soil, Water, and Climate; and William R. Harcombe, Ecology, Evolution, and Behavior

Libraries TeamMegan KocherCaroline Lilyard, Katie Wilson, Kristen Cooper, Mary Schoenborn, Meghan Lafferty

Unique Circumstances: Faculty present for only one day, librarians continued this work across all three days

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