Position: Professor; School of Environmental Sciences
soil-plant-atmosphere exchange, micrometeorology, biogeochemical cycling
About Claudia Wagner-Riddle
Claudia Wagner-Riddle is a Professor of Agrometeorology in the School of Environmental Sciences (SES), University of Guelph, Canada. Originally from Brazil, Claudia has degrees from the University of Sao Paulo and Guelph. Claudia leads an internationally-renowned research program utilizing the measurement of greenhouse gas emissions to determine the carbon footprint of food, feed, and fuel produced by agriculture. Claudia currently leads several projects focused on evaluating how soil health impacts ecosystem services, including a new $2 million infrastructure using large scale soil weighing lysimeter. She is a fellow of the Soil Science Society of America and Editor-in-Chief of the international journal Agricultural and Forest Meteorology. Prof. Wagner-Riddle has published >120 papers and has an h-index of 34 (Google Scholar).
“I enjoy interacting with scientists and students with various backgrounds and their unique perspective in studying soils, plants, and their interactions with the atmosphere.”