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Nathaniel A. Bogie
Ph.D. Candidate

Ph.D. Research:

Investigating water relations between native woody shrubs and food crops in the Sahel. 

 

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Education

2010-2016

Ph.D. Soil Physics
Environmental Systems

2006

B.Sc.
UCSC

Earth Sciences with a focus on environmental geology.

Experience

2010-2011

Geologist
Thermasource

Characterized rock cuttings, prepared engineering borehole logs, ran rig IT and realtime data acquisition during geothermal drilling activities.

Awards & Honors

2015

Gradslam Champion
UC Merced

2015

Gradslam Participant
University of California Office of the President

2015

Outstanding Teaching Award
UC Merced Graduate Division
Publications

Hydraulic Redistribution and Transfer from Native Woody Species to Annual Crops Using an Isotope Tracer in the Peanut Basin, Senegal. In prep

Non-refereed Publications

Bogie, NA, Native shrubs: a simple fix for drought-stricken crops in Sub-Saharan Africa, The Conversation, September 17, 2015.   Link

Bogie, NA, Setting yourself up for success: planning and executing field campaigns far from homeCSA News Magazine, 60:36-37, 2015. doi:10.2134/csa2015-60-11-14

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Curriculum Vitae

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