RES SOIL SCNTST
I received my 5-year Specialist Diploma in Agrochemistry from National Agricultural University in Ukraine and both of my graduate degrees in Soil Science from Iowa State University. I joined USDA ARS National Laboratory of Agriculture and Environment as Research Soil Scientist in January of 2022. My current research focuses on investigating how various in-field and edge-of-the-field conservation practices impact water quality. When I am not at work, I enjoy various outdoor activities, hiking, and traveling. Together with my husband we are avid gardeners with personal record of growing 1.4lb tomato.
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- Nitrate losses in subsurface drainage and nitrous oxide emissions from a winter camelina relay cropping system reveal challenges to sustainable intensification -(Peer Reviewed Journal)
Emmett, B.D., O'Brien, P.L., Malone, R.W., Rogovska, N.P., Kovar, J.L., Kohler, K., Kaspar, T.C., Moorman, T.B., Jaynes, D.B., Parkin, T.B. 2022. Nitrate losses in subsurface drainage and nitrous oxide emissions from a winter camelina relay cropping system reveal challenges to sustainable intensification. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment. 339. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.agee.2022.108136.
Sustainable Intensification in Agricultural Watersheds through Optimized Management and Technology In-House Appropriated (D) Accession Number:441902 Evaluation of Saturated Buffers as Conservation Drainage Practice for Treating Agricultural Subsurface Drainage Non-Funded Cooperative Agreement (N) Accession Number:442027 No news articles listed for this employee.