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Dr. Agnė Veršulienė (Putramentaitė)

ORCiD iD: 0000-0001-8328-830X
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+370 652 38 938
E-mail: agne.versuliene@lammc.lt
Instituto al. 1, Akademija, LT-58344 Kėdainiai dist., Lithuania

 

Education

2010–2012 Master's degree in Ecology, Lithuanian University of Agriculture (since 2019 Vytautas Magnus University Agriculture Academy). 

2006–2010 Bachelor’s degree in Public Health, Lithuanian University of Agriculture. 

 

Academic degree

2017 Doctor of Agricultural Sciences (Agronomy), dissertation “Long-term changes of the soil properties in different agroecosystems and their complex influence on agrocenosis”.

Research fields

  • Tillage, fertilisation, and crop residues impact on soil quality in various agro-ecosystems
  • Studies of physical, biophysical, and hydro-physical properties of soil and crop roots

Position

Since 2023 Senior Researcher, Department of Soil and Crop Management, Institute of Agriculture, LAMMC.

Memberships and affiliations with professional organisations

  • Since 2022 Member of the Lithuanian Association of Nordic Agricultural Scientists (NJF)
  • Since 2012 Member of Lithuanian Soil Science Society at the Lithuanian Academy of Sciences

Involvement in programmes and projects

International

  • 2022–2024 Horizon2020 EJP SOIL 2-nd internal call project “Mapping and alleviating soil compaction in a climate change context” (SoilCompaC), participant.
  • 2022–2024 Horizon2020 EJP SOIL 2-nd internal call project “Optimizing roots for sustainable crop production in Europe – pure cultures and cover crops” (MaxRoot-C), participant.
  • 2022–2024 Horizon2020 EJP SOIL 2-nd internal call project “Are mixed species systems fostering belowground C inputs and C sequestration?” (MixRoot-C), participant.

National

  • 2015–2018 Research Council of Lithuania National Scientific Programme “Sustainability of Agro-Forest and Water Ecosystems” project “The influence of long-term contrasting intensity resources management on genesis of different soils and to other agro-ecosystems components” (SIT-9/2015), participant.
  • 2015–2016 Ministry of Agriculture project “Glyphosate pre harvest management for the grain defoliation purposes and its residues concentration in the grain and their influence on product safety”, participant.

SCIENTIFIC PUBLICATIONS (click the link here)

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