At the Department of Soil Science UW Madison I'll teach soil science -
In the autumn semester I teach Pedology (325) including field work and
the two lab sections, Field Study of Soil (305) and the pedology
component of General Soil Science (301).
ISRIC - World Soil Information there about 1000 visitors annually who mostly come from
for the World Soil Museum. The visitors are from all major Dutch
universities and also from universities of the UK, Germany, Belgium,
Hungary, USA and several other countries. We
provide tailor-made courses and lectures in the museum and a
soil-landscape excursion in the vicinity of Wageningen. Furthermore, there
are school groups, Rotary and PROBUS groups and many international
visitors who are in Wageningen.
addition to these ISRIC activities, I was guest
lecturer in soil science at Wageningen University and the UNESCO
International Institute for Infrastructural, Hydraulic and Environmental
Engineering (UNESCO-IHE) in Delft, and at the National University
in Butare, Rwanda.
I supervised MSc and PhD students of Wageningen University
registered researcher at the Research School C.T. de
Wit for Production Ecology and Resource Conservation (PE&RC).
From 2000 to 2002 I taught several soil science courses at Larenstein in
Deventer including Soil fertility and manure legislation and
Introduction to precision agriculture.
Papua New Guinea
the University of Technology the following courses were taught Introduction
soil science, Soil fertility and plant nutrition and Tropical
ecology for undergraduate students. Advanced subjects taught were Pedology
and Plant nutrition and field experimentation.
In 1996 and 1997, I assisted in a scientific writing and publishing course by Australian Centre for
International Agricultural Research (ACIAR) in Lae (PNG).
I was assistant
for computer-based course on QUEFTS (Quantitative Evaluation of the
Fertility of Tropical Soils) at the International Agricultural Centre
(IAC) in Wageningen in 1993 and 1994.