|Present||Associate Professor, Iowa State University ‐ Department of Agricultural and Biosystems Engineering|
|Present||Extension Agricultural Engineer, Iowa State University|
Honors and Awards
- Member of Team that received Iowa State University Extension Team Award—Organizational (2009)
- ASABE Nolan Mitchell Young Extension Worker Award (2009)
- Iowa State University Early Achievement in Extension (2007)
- College of Agriculture Early Achievement in Extension (2007)
- ASABE Blue Ribbon Award in the Educational Aids Competition for publication “Drainage Water Management for the Midwest” (2007)
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Integrated Crop Management Conference (10)
Effects of nitrogen application timing and source on nitrate-nitrogen leaching ...
Integrated Crop Management Conference (2015)
Subsurface drainage systems have been intensively installed in the Midwest to enhance agricultural production by removing excess water from naturally ...
Peer-Reviewed Articles (60)
Simulation of Daily Flow Pathways, Tile-Drain Nitrate Concentrations, and Soil-Nitrogen ...
Journal of the American Water Resources Association (2017)
Tile drainage significantly alters flow and nutrient pathways and reliable simulation at this scale is needed for effective planning of ...
Prairie strips improve biodiversity and the delivery of multiple ecosystem ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (2017)
Loss of biodiversity and degradation of ecosystem services from agricultural lands remain important challenges in the United States despite decades ...
AgBufferBuilder: A geographic information system (GIS) tool for precision design ...
Journal of Soil and Water Conservation (2015)
Spatially nonuniform runoff reduces the water quality performance of constant-width filter strips. A geographic information system (GIS)-based tool was developed ...
Agricultural Conservation Planning Framework: 1. Developing Multipractice Watershed Planning Scenarios ...
Journal of Environmental Quality (2015)
Spatial data on soils, land use, and topography, combined with knowledge of conservation effectiveness, can be used to identify alternatives ...