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soil and water scientist , dairy farmer

Lars Daniel Hylander, Swedish soil and water scientist, dairy farmer. Achievements include research in carbon sequestration with charcoal doped with wastewater.

Background

Hylander, Lars Daniel was born on September 15, 1954 in Ytter-Järna, Stockholm, Sweden. Son of Natanael and Anna Maria (Johansson) Hylander.

Education

Bachelor of Science, Swedish U., 1980; teaching certified, Uppsala U., Sweden, 1984; Master of Science, Swedish U. Agricultural Science, 1987; Doctor of Philosophy, Swedish U. Agricultural Science, 1995.

Career

Farmhand Sörby Farm, Sweden, 1970-1975. Mechanic, driver UNFICYP, Cyprus, 1976. Developer Findus, Sweden, 1980.

Teacher Ökna School, Jälla School, Sweden, 1978-1979, Nuntorp School, Sweden, 1980, Torsta School, Sweden, 1984, Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency, Mozambique, 1981-1983. Researcher Swedish University Agriculture Science, 1988-1995. Manager shop Lebanon, 1988, Saudi Arabia, 1991.

Researcher National Institute Agro-Environmental Sciences Research, Japan, 1996-1998, Uppsala University, since 1998. Researcher freshwater system of Brazil, Venezuela, and Nicaragua, 1998—2007, Assessment of Spanish Production and Global Use of Mercury, since 2001, soil phosphorus studies with electron spectroscopy, since 2002.

Achievements

  • Achievements include research in carbon sequestration with charcoal doped with wastewater.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: photography, sports, folkdance, trekking.

Connections

father:
Natanael Hylander

mother:
Anna Maria (Johansson) Hylander