Soil and Water Conservation
Camelina in Cron-Soybean Cropping Systems
Improve Incentive Design for Sustainable Agricultural Practices
Tracking Impacts of Conservation Practices
Water Parcel Tracking
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- Predicting high resolution total phosphorus concentrations for soils of the Upper Mississippi River Basin using machine learning-(Peer Reviewed Journal)
- Topography and land use impact erosion and soil organic carbon burial over decadal timescales -(Peer Reviewed Journal)
Dalzell, B.J., Fissore, C., Nater, E. 2022. Topography and land use impact erosion and soil organic carbon burial over decadal timescales. Catena. 218: Article 106578. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.catena.2022.106578.
- Ecohydrology of irrigated silage maize and alfalfa production systems in the Upper Midwest US -(Peer Reviewed Journal)
Gamble, J.D., Baker, J.M., Dalzell, B.J., Wente, C.D., Feyereisen, G.W. 2022. Ecohydrology of irrigated silage maize and alfalfa production systems in the Upper Midwest US. Agricultural Water Management. 267. Article 107612. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.agwat.2022.107612.
- Integrated assessment modeling reveals near-channel management as cost-effective to improve water quality in agricultural watersheds -(Peer Reviewed Journal)
Hansen, A.T., Campbell, T., Cho, S., Czuba, J.A., Dalzell, B.J., Dolph, C.L., Hawthorne, P.L., Rabotyagov, S., Lang, Z., Kumarasamy, K., Belmont, P., Finlay, J.C., Foufoula, E., Gran, K.B., Kling, C., Wilcock, P. 2021. Integrated assessment modeling reveals near-channel management as cost-effective to improve water quality in agricultural watersheds. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS). 118(28). Article e2024912118. https://doi.org/10.1073/pnas.2024912118.
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