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Birth Nation: United States

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2014 Published an article on Soil Biology & Biochemistry

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2014

Published an article on Soil Biology & Biochemistry

She has conducted a research in soil biology and ecology in Michigan, the Great Lakes region and Uganda. She has also published several publication and journals in her life. In 2014, she published Crop rotation complexity regulates the decomposition of high and low quality residues.

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Lisa Tiemann is an assistant from Michigan State University. She is best known for being an expert in soil biology. She is also known for her work in Uganda.

She is a highly scholastic woman and she earned her Ph.D. from the University of Kansas. She did her Postdoc. from the University of New Hampshire. Talented and highly scholastic lady, Lisa Tiemann was born somewhere in United States of America to American parents. She was also raised in USA.

Lisa has been keeping her personal matters low and secret. Information about her married life, husband and children has not been shared in the media yet. Her nationality is American and she has white ethnicity. She has an average height.

With the completion of her high school graduation from some high school, she joined University of Wyoming and she earned her B.M. from there. She pursued her doctoral degree from University of Kansas.

As a professor, she is an expert in Soil Ecology and Biogeochemistry. She has conducted a research in soil biology and ecology in Michigan, the Great Lakes region and Uganda. She has also published several publication and journals in her life. In 2014, she published Crop rotation complexity regulates the decomposition of high and low quality residues. Being a professor was her dream from her young age. Her net worth is unknown.