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Collaborations

The National Sedimentation Laboratory has a long and productive history of collaborative research involving stakeholders.


Current collaborators and projects:

ARKANSAS STATE UNIVERSITY, State University, AR,
  • Novel Edge-of-Field Practices for Nutrient and Pesticide Runoff Mitigation
  • Computational Methods for Integrated Modeling of Natural Resources Processes at Field and Watershed Scales
  • MASON, CLYDE AND DEBRA, Jackson, MS,
  • Assessing the Benefits of a Tailwater Recovery System for Water Savings and Water Quality Improvement
  • MIDDLE TENNESSEE STATE UNIVERSITY, MURFREESBORO, TN,
  • Enhancement of RUSLE2 Erosion Technology
  • MISSISSIPPI STATE UNIVERSITY, MISSISSIPPI STATE, MS,
  • Cover Crop Management to Enhance Sustainability of Water and Soil Resources and Crop Productivity
  • NATURAL RESOURCES CONSERVATION SERVICES, LITTLE ROCK, AR,
  • Assessment of Levee Treatments for UAPB Lonoke Demonstration Farm Irrigation Reservoir
  • PENNSYLVANIA STATE UNIVERSITY, THE, UNIVERSITY PARK, PA,
  • Integrating BSTEM into the Physically-Based Hydrologic Model PAWS as Preliminary Work for Modeling Regional Bank Erosion Under Climate Change
  • PUBLIC UNIVERSITY OF NAVARRA, SPAIN, NAVARRA, ,
  • Improved Understanding of Sediment Movement and Management in Agricultural Watersheds
  • TENNESSEE TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY, COOKEVILLE, TN,
  • Investigating Factors that Influence Hypoxia and Denitrification in Aquatic Agroecosystems
  • U.S. ARMY CORPS OF ENGINEERS, SACRAMENTO DIST, Sacramento, ,
  • Provide BSTEM Modeling Support to USACE, Sacramento District, for Evaluation of Bank Erosion on the American River
  • Provide Soil Erosion-resistance Data to USACE, Sacramento District, for Evaluation of Bank Erosion on the American and Sacramento Rivers
  • U.S. ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY, WASHINGTON, DC,
  • Pesticide Impacts to Endangered and Threatened Aquatic Species in California’s Sacramento River Basin
  • UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, DAVIS, DAVIS, CA,
  • Evaluation of Pesticide Impacts from Agricultural Practices on Watershed Ecosystems
  • Development of Enhanced Rice Pond and Pesticide Simulation Features within AnnAGNPS
  • UNIVERSITY OF CORDOBA, E.T.S INGENIEROS AGRON, , ,
  • Improved Understanding of Integrated Runoff, Sediment, Nutrient, and Carbon Processes in Agricultural Watersheds
  • Improved Understanding of Integrated Gully and Watershed Erosion Processes in Agricultural Watersheds
  • UNIVERSITY OF MISSISSIPPI, UNIVERSITY, MS,
  • Managing Water and Sediment Movement in Agricultural Watersheds
  • Modeling Groundwater-surface Water Interactions in the Mississippi River Alluvial Plain
  • Modeling Groundwater-surface Water Interactions in the Mississippi River Alluvial Plain
  • Utilizing Acoustic and Geophysics Technology to Assess and Monitor Watersheds in the United States
  • Computational Tools and a Decision Support System for Management of Sediment and Water Quality in Agricultural Watersheds
  • Using Mesocosms to Study Nutrient and Pesticide Dynamics in Aquatic Systems
  • UNIVERSITY OF TENNESSEE, KNOXVILLE, TN,
  • Development and Implementation of Scientific Improvements for RUSLE2 (2017)
  • USDA, NATURAL RESOURCES CONSERVATION SERVICE, Washington, DC,
  • Development and Maintenance of RUSLE2 Program (2018)