Dylan E. Beaudette


Dylan Beaudette is currently a soil scientist working for the NRCS on soil survey in the Sierra Foothill Region of California. He was formerly a graduate student in the Soils and Biogeochemistry group at UC Davis. He is interested in applying numerical methods to soil survey, soil classification, and towards a more complete understanding of soil genesis. Dylan is currently working on several studies related to scaling soil survey information down to the landscape-scale, and up to the regional scale. These experiments involve (sensor-calibrated) quantification of soil climate, modeling of geomorphic surfaces, and estimation of within map unit variability. Dylan is also interested in the potential Soil Survey has to become a valuable educational tool. Open source software is used in all of his research, data management, analysis, and presentation tasks. Occasionally he posts snippets from his research here.

Contact Information
debeaudette at ucdavis dot edu
209.532.3671 x374
USDA-NRCS Soil Survey Office
19777 Greenley Road
Sonora, CA 95370

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