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Groups and Facilities


1 mention

Cherokee Wetlands 
​Increasing wetland and engineering research, teaching and outreach opportunities for UT students, staff and faculty!


 

Video


6 mentions

No-Till Farming's Effect on May Flood 
May flooding caused extensive damage to agricultural production in Tennessee, but experts say it could have been much worse if not for the widespread use of no-till crop production.



2 mentions

Water Quality 
Floods, droughts and very hot or cold temperatures - all weather patterns that we experience often in Tennessee. What impact do these weather situations have?



1 mention

Cotton Outlook 2011 
Like much of Dixie, Tennessee is -- once again -- the land of cotton. Our state will produce nearly twice as many acres of the crop as it did just a couple of years ago.



1 mention

Urban Forestry 
Urban forestry is a concept embraced by many Tennessee cities, and now UT students are working to bring shade and beauty to some areas.


 

Recent Publications

Simulated Flood of a Small Constructed Floodplain Wetland in Virginia: Event-Scale Pollutant Attenuation Ludwig, A. L., W. C. Hession, D. T. Scott, and D. L. Gallagher.  2016.  Transactions of the ASABE, 59(5): 1319-1329.

Light quality impacts on growth, flowering, mineral uptake and petal pigmentation of marigold Sams, C. E., D. A. Kopsell, and R. C. Morrow.  2016.  Acta Horticulturae, Acta Horticulturae 1134:139-145 iSHS.

Water for Agriculture: How Will Climate Change Affect Tennessee? Walker, F. R.  2016.  Proceedings of 25th Tennessee Annual AWRA Meeting, Montgomery Bell State, Park, Burns TN. April 13,, 25th Tennessee Annual AWRA Meeting, Montgomery Bell State, Park, Burns TN. April 13, 2016.

More Floods and Droughts: University of Tennessee Extension Approaches to Adapting to Climate Change in Tennessee Walker, F. R.  2016.  Proceedings of 25th Tennessee Annual AWRA Meeting, Montgomery Bell State, Park, Burns TN. April 13,.

Groundwater Influence on Water Budget of a Small Constructed Floodplain Wetland in the Ridge and Valley of Virginia, USA Ludwig, A. L., and W. C. Hession.  2015.  Journal of Hydrology: Regional Studies.

Effects of flooding on atrazine dissipation in soil.  Umphres-Lopez, A., L. E. Steckel, and T. C. Mueller.  2015.  Proc. South Weed Sci. Soc. 68:124.

Spatial optimization of CoCoRAHS network in Tennessee Logan, J.  2014.  21st Conference on Applied Climatology, 9-13 June 2014, Westminster, CO.

Leaning and Greensnapped Corn with Flooding.  McClure, M. A.  2014.  IPM Blog.

Shorebird response to post-flood drawdowns on Tennessee National Wildlife Refuge Newcomb, K. C., A. P. Monroe, J. B. Davis, and M. J. Gray.  2014.  Southeastern Naturalist, 13:744-761.

A Guide for Matching Oak Species with Sites During Bottomland Restoration.  Mercker, D. C.  2013.  Abstract. Proceedings of the 18 Central Hardwoods Conference., USDA Forest Service General Technical Report. NRS-P-117.

The Case for Delaying Planting of Bottomland Oaks: an example involving Nuttall oaks Mercker, D. C., D. S. Buckley, and J. P. Conn.  2013.  Proceedings of teh 18th Cenral Hardwood Forest Conference., USDA Forest Service General Technical Report. NRS-P-117.

First report of leaf spot caused by Bipolaris oryzae on switchgrass in Tennessee.  Vu, AL, M. E. Dee, J. M. Zale, K. D. Gwinn, and B. H. Ownley.  2013.  Plant Disease, 97 (12):1654.