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Groups and Facilities


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


 

Video


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Obed Watershed 
For every flowing river in Tennessee, there are many streams that feed it. A group of volunteers on Tennessee’s Cumberland Plateau work to preserve water quality in these tributaries.



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Cotton Sub-Irrigation 
Watering plants to make them grow works in a small garden or lawn, but is not so easy when you're talking about large acres. However, UT AgResearchers have made gains in recent years.


 

Recent Publications

Projected Changes in Stream System Nitrogen Runoff Associated with a Mature Cellulosic Ethanol Industry in the Southeastern United States Lambert, D. M., C. Cavasos, B. S. Wilson, C. D. Clark, and B. C. English.  2016.  Land Use Policy, 56:291–302.

Making UT Green: Creating opportunities for soaking in runoff and knowledge through experiential learning.  Ludwig, A. L., N. R. Bumgarner, B. P. Collett, and C. E. Stewart.  2016.  Tennessee-Kentucky Water Professionals Meeting.

The Other CSA: Climate Smart Agriculture Logan, J.  2015.  Annual meeting of the American Society of Horticultural Science., New Orleans, LA. Aug 3-6, 2015.

Integrated Constructed Wetlands for Treatment of Dairy Operation Runoff in Eastern Tennessee During First Year Establishment Ludwig, A. L., and W. C. Wright.  2015.  Journal of Ecological Engineering.

Campus Rain Gardens: Opening opportunities for soaking in rainwater runoff and knowledge through experiential learning.  Ludwig, A. L., B. P. Collett, N. R. Bumgarner, and C. E. Stewart.  2015.  25th Tennessee Water Resources Symposium.

Development of the Tennessee Runoff Reduction Assessment Tool.  Ludwig, A. L., W. C. Wright, and D. C. Yoder.  2015.  Proceedings of the AEES.

Biomass supply and nutrient runoff abatement under alternative biofuel feedstock production subsidies Zhou, X., C. D. Clark, D. M. Lambert, B. C. English, J. A. Larson, and C. Boyer.  2015.  Agricultural Systems, 139: 250-259.

Foliar applied paclobutrazol influences physiology and morphology of young peach trees.  Deyton, D. E., C. G. Milne, and C. E. Sams.  2014.  Proceedings abstracts of meeting of 41st Annual Meeting of the Plant Growth Regular Society of Amer, p. 16, San Francisco, CA, July 13-July 17.

Measured Stormwater Runoff Seasonal Variation in a Small Traditional Suburban Development in East Tennessee.  Ludwig, A. L., and W. C. Wright.  2014.  Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the American Ecological Engineering Society.

Iowa’s strategy to reduce agricultural runoff of nitrogen and phosphorus Ray, D. E., and H. D. Schaffer.  2014.  MidAmerica Farmer Grower, 35(36). September 5, 2014.

Multi-location field testing new environmentally friendly, high yielding, low phytate soybean lines developed via molecular breeding.  Willette, A., J. Boehm, Jr., F. R. Walker, H. Bhandari, D. A. Kopsell, K. Bilyeu, and V. R. Pantalone.  2014.  Crop Science, ASA-CSSA-SSA International Meeting Abstracts. November 2-5, 2014. Long Beach, CA.

Molecular marker assisted backcross development and evaluation of an environmentally friendly, commercially acceptable low seed phytate soybean.  Boehm, J., V. R. Pantalone, F. R. Walker, H. Bhandari, D. A. Kopsell, and K. Bilyeu.  2013.  Proceedings ASA CSSA SSSA Annual Meeting, Tampa, FL. November 3-6, 2013.