Carl Jordan


Senior Research Scientist

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Education

Ph.D, Rutgers University

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Increasing the economic and ecological efficiency of organic farming, perennial legumes as a source of N in organic agricultural systems and establishing a series of courses leading to a certificate in organic agriculture.

Research Interests
  • Sustainable management of natural resources
  • Organic agriculture
  • Agroforestry
Selected Publications

Carrillo Y. and C.F. Jordan. Linking soil community dynamics and nitrogen
mineralization in an alley cropping system in the Georgia Piedmont
(USA).
Agroforestry Systems, In Press.

Montagnini F. and C.F. Jordan. 2005, Tropical Forest Ecology: The Basis for
Management and Conservation
. Springer Verlag , Berlin.

Jordan, C.F. 2004. Organic farming and agroforestry: Alleycropping for mulch
production for organic farms of southeastern Unites States. Agroforestry
Systems
61: 79-90.

Jordan, C.F. 2004. Alley cropping for mulch production: potential for organic farms of
southeastern USA. Poster. First World Congress of Agroforestry, 27 June-2 July,
2004. Orlando, Florida.

Reichlen J. and C.F. Jordan 2004. The effects of root pruning in an alleycropping system
in the Georgia Piedmont. Poster. First World Congress of Agroforestry, 27 June-2
July, 2004. Orlando, Florida.

Carrillo Y. and C.F. Jordan. 2004. A soil food web model of N in a Georgia Alley
Cropping System. Poster. First World Congress of Agroforestry, 27 June-2 July,
2004. Orlando, Florida.

Castellanet, C. and C.F. Jordan. 2002. Participatory Action Research in Natural Resource
Management
. Taylor and Francis, London.

Jordan, C.F. 2002. Genetic Engineering, the Farm Crisis, and World Hunger. BioScience
52: 523-529.