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Collaborations

The Soil Drainage Research has a long and productive history of collaborative research involving stakeholders.


Current collaborators and projects:

AGRICULTURE, OHIO DEPARTMENT OF, Reynoldsburg, OH
  • Using Edge-of-Field Data and Modeling to Inform H2Ohio
  • DELAWARE, COUNTY OF, DELAWARE, OH
  • Surface and Subsurface Edge of Field Assessment of Agricultural Management Practices
  • HEIDELBERG UNIVERSITY, TIFFIN, OH
  • Assessing the Watershed Scale Effects of Implementing Conservation Management Practices
  • Water Quality Measurement and Modeling in the Eastern Corn Belt LTAR
  • INTERNATIONAL PLANT NUTRITION INSTITUTE (INC., Peachtree Corners, GA
  • 4R Certification Program Assessment in Lake Erie Watershed
  • MERCER, COUNTY OF, CELINA, OH
  • Appraising Water Quality Benefits of Best Agricultural Management Practices in Mercer County
  • NATURAL RESOURCES CONSERVATION SERVICE, WASHINGTON, NE
  • Identifying Practices to Reduce Nutrient Transport from Crop Production Agriculture of the Eastern Corn Belt
  • Assessing the Field and Watershed Scale Impacts of Conservation Practices in the Blanchard River Watershed
  • Assessing and Quantifying the Impacts of Conservation Implementation on Surface and Subsurface Water Quality
  • NATURAL RESOURCES CONSERVATION SERVICE - NRCS, Washington, DC
  • Quantifying the Water Quality Benefits of Integrated/Stacked Conservation Practices
  • OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY, THE, COLUMBUS, OH
  • Assessing the Effects of a Constructed Wetland to Reduce Phosphorus Losses from Agriculture
  • Healthy Soils, Healthy Waters: Will Soil Health Improvements Mitigate Nutrient Loading to the Great Lakes?
  • Advancing Knowledge and Prediction of Phosphorus Dynamics in Tile Drained Landscapes
  • Contribution of Legacy Phosphorus to Watershed Outcomes, Phase 2 - SWAT Modeling
  • Soil Health and Water Quality Nexus in Sustainable Agroecosystems
  • Quantifying the Water Quality Benefits of Integrated Conservation Practices
  • Assessing Legacy Phosphorus in Agricultural Drainage Ditches
  • Evaluating Field- and Watershed-scale Water Quality Benefits of H2Ohio Conservation Practices in the Maumee River Watershed
  • Quantifying the Role of Legacy Phosphorus in Water Quality in the Western Lake Erie Basin Watershed
  • Quantifying the Surface and Subsurface Water Quality Impacts of Utilizing Different Manure Fertilizers
  • Soil Health Assessment Across the Ohio Edge-of-Field Network
  • UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY RESEARCH FOUNDATION, T, LEXINGTON, KY
  • Predicting the Impact of H2Ohio Practices on Edge-of-Field Water Quality
  • UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN SYSTEM, MADISON, WI
  • A Multi-Scale and Regional Approach to Cold Season Hydrology and Nutrient Dynamics in Agroecosystems for Water Quality Protection