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Collaborations

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


Current collaborators and projects:

DELAWARE SOIL & WATER CONSERVATION DISTRICT, DELAWARE, OH,
  • Surface and Subsurface Edge of Field Assessment of Agricultural Management Practices
  • GEOLOGICAL SURVEY DENMARK & GREENLAND, COPENHAGEN, ,
  • TReNDS - Transport and Reduction of Nitrate in Danish Landscapes at Various Scales
  • HEIDELBERG COLLEGE, INCORPORATED, TIFFIN, OH,
  • Assessing the Watershed Scale Effects of Implementing Conservation Management Practices
  • 4R Certification Program Assessment in Lake Erie Watershed-2
  • INTERNATIONAL PLANT NUTRITION INSTITUTE (INC., NORCROSS, GA,
  • 4R Certification Program Assessment in Lake Erie Watershed
  • JOEL R. NESTER, Bryan, OH,
  • Assessing the Edge-of-Field Water Quality Benefits of Agricultural Management Practices
  • LIMNO-TECH, INC., Ann Arbor, MI,
  • 4R Certification Program Assessment in Lake Erie Watershed
  • MERCER, COUNTY OF, CELINA, OH,
  • Assessing the Water Quality Benefits of Best Agricultural Management Practices
  • MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY, EAST LANSING, MI,
  • Collaborative Long-term Agricultural Research (LTAR): Ecosystem Services from Row-Crop Agriculture
  • NATURE CONSERVANCY, THE, Arlington, VA,
  • Quantifying Nutrient Retention on Two-Stage Ditch Floodplains during Baseflow Conditions
  • 4R Stewardship and Certification: Integration, Education, and Outreach
  • OHIO FARM BUREAU FEDERATION INC., Columbus, OH,
  • Helping Producers Evaluate Agricultural Management Through Paired Edge-of-Field Research
  • OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY, THE, Columbus, OH,
  • 4R Certification Program Assessment in Lake Erie Watershed
  • Assessing Field Edge Water Quality Impacts of Conservation Practices
  • Assessing Edge-of-Field Water Quantity and Quality Response from Different Agricultural Management Practices
  • OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY,THE, COLUMBUS, OH,
  • Subsurface Drainage Management and Treatment Practices to Reduce Excess Nutrient Loading
  • UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY, LEXINGTON, KY,
  • Edge of Field Modeling to Address Nutrient Management in Tile Drained Agricultural Landscapes
  • UNIVERSITY OF TENNESSEE, KNOXVILLE, TN,
  • Subsurface Drainage Mapping with Unmanned Aerial Vehicles & Visible, Near, & Thermal Infrared Sensors
  • USDA, NRCS, Washington, DC,
  • Assessing the Watershed Scale Effects of Implementing Conservation Management Practices
  • Quantifying Edge-of-Field Water Quality Impacts of Agricultural Production Practices
  • Identifying Practices to Reduce Nutrient Transport from Crop Production Agriculture of the Eastern Corn Belt