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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

Collaborations

The National Sedimentation Laboratory has a long and productive history of collaborative research involving stakeholders.


Current collaborators and projects:

ARKANSAS STATE UNIVERSITY, STATE UNIVERSITY, AR
  • Preserving Groundwater Quality and Availability for Agriculture

  • Little Rivers Watershed Monitoring

  • Integrating Soil, Crop and Pest Monitoring Using Spatial Technology on Arkansas Cotton Farms to Achieve Nutrient Loss Reduction

  • Support of the Revised Universal Soil Loss Equation, Version 2 (Rusle2)


  • CITY OF SIOUX FALLS PUBLIC WORKS: ENGINEERING, SIOUX FALLS, SD
  • Cumulative Impacts/effects of Planned Bank Stabilization Along the Big Sioux River and Skunk Creek, South Dakota


  • MIDDLE TENNESSEE STATE UNIVERSITY, MURFREESBORO, TN
  • Geoscience Research for Improved Ecosystem Service Evaluations and Assessments

  • More Efficient Science Calculation of the Revised Universal Soil Loss Equation, Version 2 (Rusle2)

  • Geospatial Technology Research for Characterization of Watershed Processes at Multiple Scales


  • OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY RESEARCH FOUNDATION, COLUMBUS, OH
  • Data Base Development for North Appalachian Experimental Watershed (Naew) Data


  • TENNESSEE TECH UNIVERSITY, COOKEVILLE, TN
  • Microbial Roles in Water Quality Improvement


  • UNIVERSITY OF MISSISSIPPI, UNIVERSITY, MS
  • Environmentally Sound Practices for Water Quality Improvement

  • Acoustic and Geophysical Technology Development for Improving Assessment and Montoring Sediment Transport in Watersheds, and the INTEGRITY...DAMS

  • Improving Computational Modeling in Support of Better Erosion and Sediment Movement Control in Agricultural Watersheds

  • Maxium Sediment Capacity of Saltating Sediment Size Mixtures

  • Updating NRCS Technical Release #56 with Floating Wave Barrier Guidance


  • UNIVERSITY OF PITTSBURGH, PITTSBURGH, PA
  • Enhancement of the Channel Evolution Model Concepts for Predicting Water Quality Benefits of Rretention of Riverine Sediments by Floodplains


  • UNIVERSITY OF TENNESSEE, KNOXVILLE, TN
  • Development and Implementation of Scientific Improvements for Rusle2


  • Last Modified: 9/2/2014
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