Daniel S. Karp
Daniel Karp is an associate professor in the Department of Wildlife, Fish, and Conservation Biology at the University of California, Davis. Daniel’s interests centre on developing innovative methods for harmonising food production with the conservation of ecosystem services and biodiversity. Specifically, his research focuses on developing innovative solutions for co-managing agroecosystems for biodiversity conservation, food safety, pest management, and agricultural production.
Can organic soil management practices limit the survival of foodborne pathogens?
Responding to recent food-safety regulations and pressure from the produce industry, fresh-produce growers have altered farming practices to mitigate the risks associated with foodborne pathogens.