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Collaborations

The Oxford, Mississippi has a long and productive history of collaborative research involving stakeholders.


Current collaborators and projects:

BAYLOR UNIVERSITY, WACO, TX
  • Understanding the Role of Nitrogen:Phosphorus Ratios in Driving Net Dinitrogen Gas Fluxes and Harmful Algal Bloom Development in Freshwater Agroecos
  • CLEMSON UNIVERSITY, CLEMSON, SC
  • RUSLE2 Execution Parameters Database Updates
  • DONALD DANFORTH PLANT SCIENCE CENTER, SAINT LOUIS, MO
  • Identifying Components Required for the Transport and Exudation of the Allele Chemical Sorgoleone in Sorghum Bicolor
  • GEOLOGICAL SURVEY, UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT O, NASHVILLE
  • Strategic Investigations to Improve Water Quality and Ecosystem Sustainability in Agricultural Landscapes
  • LOUISIANA STATE UNIVERSITY, BATON ROUGE, LA
  • Analyses and Tools for Sonar-Derived Data of River Flow and River Bottom Geomorphology
  • Analyses of USDA Flood Control Reservoir Sedimentation
  • MARSHALL UNIVERSITY RESEARCH CORPORATION, HUNTINGTON
  • Appalachian Natural Products Research Program
  • MIDDLE TENNESSEE STATE UNIVERSITY, MURFREESBORO, TN
  • Assessment of Conservation Practice Impacts on Water and Sediment Loads Using Enhanced USDA Field and Watershed Management Planning Technology
  • RUSLE2 c~Climate Database Updates
  • MISSISSIPPI STATE UNIVERSITY, MISSISSIPPI STATE, MS
  • Integrating Cover Crops, Tillage, and Irrigation Management to Enhance Crop Productivity and Profitability
  • Sensible Agronomics and Shrewd Conversations Support the Adoption of Environmentally Sustainable and Economically Sound Production Systems
  • Long-Term Agro-Ecosystem Sustainability Research Common Experiment
  • Examining and Developing Sustainable Production Systems in Cotton to Improve Water Resources in the Mid-Southern USA
  • Autonomous Irrigation of Cover-Crop-Production Systems Reduces Pollutant Loss from Farm Fields, Transport of Agrochemicals in Streams, and Aquifer
  • Characterization of Existing Soil Conservation Practices Using Remote Sensing and Machine Learning
  • NATURAL RESOURCES CONSERVATION SERVICE, WASHINGTON, NE
  • Watershed Legacy Sediment Assessment
  • Assessing Conservation Practice Impacts on Reducing Soil Loss from Ephemeral Gullies within CEAP Watersheds
  • RUSLE2 Development
  • OREGON STATE UNIVERSITY, CORVALLIS, OR
  • Utilization of Essential Oils as Biopesticides and Potato Sprouting Inhibitors
  • TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY, SAN MARCOS, TX
  • Genetics Approaches to Identify the Modes of Action of Phytotoxins
  • U.S. ARMY CORPS OF ENGINEERS, SACRAMENTO DIST, Sacramento
  • Provide Soil Erosion-Resistance Data of Lower American River Site 4a to USACE, Sacramento District, for Risk-Based Evaluation of Bank Erosion
  • U.S. ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY, WASHINGTON, DC
  • Assess Agricultural Conservation Practices to Reduce Nutrient Losses
  • UNIVERSITY OF ARKANSAS SYSTEM, PINE BLUFF, AR
  • Using Phytoremediation and Other Ecosystem Services to Address Emerging Contaminants in Agroecosystems
  • UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS, URBANA, IL
  • Database of Lower Mississippi River Alluvial Plain Stream System Morphologic Attributes
  • UNIVERSITY OF MISSISSIPPI, UNIVERSITY, MS
  • Gulf of Mexico Program
  • Wave Erosion Measurements for an Irrigation Reservoir Embankment
  • Computational Tools & Decision Support System Technologies for Agricultural Watershed Physical Processes, Water Quality and Ground Water Management
  • Measurement and Modeling of Groundwater Recharge in Agroecosystems
  • Discovery and Development of Natural Product-Based Pesticides and Pharmaceuticals
  • Utilizing Acoustic and Geophysics Technology to Assess and Monitor Watersheds in the United States
  • Groundwater and Soil Water Dynamics Modeling to Advance Erosion Prediction in Agricultural Fields