Bruno Basso

Project Lead
Professor of Earth and Environmental Sciences
Michigan State University

Bruno Basso's research falls broadly in the area of sustainable agriculture. His approach is to integrate diverse disciplines such as Biophysics, Climatology, Hydrology, Genetics, Agronomy, and Soil Science to understand the overall agricultural systems and to improve decision-making across a broad spectrum of stakeholders, from the smallholder farmer in the developing world to the industrial producer and policy maker at all scales.

Dr. Basso's main interest is in the ecosystem of row-crop production systems. Chemically intensive production requirements have raised serious concerns about the sustainability of these systems. Of particular importance is the ability to provide sustainable ecosystem services (crop production, carbon sequestration, and nitrogen conservation, in particular).

Research Keywords

Sustainability, field imagery, modeling, drones

Field-to-product integration