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  • ADMS Task Force/NCERA 217—June 5-6, 2019 – Draft Agenda (as of May 17, 2019)

    Wednesday, June 5 Time Title

    8:30 Welcome

    8:35 Drainage issues in the Red River Basin (title TBD)

    Ted Priester, Red River Basin Commission

    9:00 Drainage issues in North Dakota (title TBD)

    North Dakota State Water Commission

    9:25 Drainage law and management in Minnesota

    Henry VanOffelen, Minnesota Board of Soil and Water Resources

    9:50 Introductions - All attendees

    10:00 Break

    10:20 Water Management in the Minnesota portion of the Red River Basin

    Rob Sip, Director, Red River Watershed Management Board

    10:45 Agricultural Drainage Management Coalition (ADMC) Update

    Charlie Schafer, Keegan Kult, other industry representatives

    11:15 USEPA updates

    Katie Flahive, USEPA

    11:25 NRCS standards and perspectives

    Ruth Book, NRCS Illinois; Clarence Prestwich, NRCS National Water Management Engineer (Acting)

    11:55 Break for Lunch

    Noon

    Lunch (included in registration) Luncheon Speaker: Leadership for Agricultural Water Management.

    The Honorable Ed Schafer, former Governor of North Dakota and former U.S. Secretary of Agriculture

    1:40 MN Watershed District (TBD)

    2:00 TBD

    2:20 New mechanisms for scaling up drainage management implementation

    Chris Hay, Iowa Soybean Association

    2:40 ADMS Task Force – Moving Forward

    Jane Frankenberger, Purdue University, for the ADMS Structure Committee

    3:00 Break

    3:20 The Red River Valley Drainage Water Management Project

    Jeppe Kjaersgaard, Minnesota Department of Agriculture

    3:35 40 Years of Nutrient Management at the Northwest Research & Outreach Center

    Lindsay Pease, University of Minnesota

    3:50 Update: Using Drones for Subsurface Drainage Mapping

    Barry Allred, USDA-ARS, presented by Triven Koganti

    4:05 Poster introductions. See list of poster presenters pages 3-4

    4:30 Posters and Reception

  • Thursday, April 12

    7:45 NCERA-217 Business Meeting (for NCERA-217 members)

    8:15 Break. Attendees not involved with NCERA-217 arrive

    8:30 Welcome & Discussion of next year’s meeting

    8:45 Michigan Drainage Update Ehsan Ghane, Michigan State University

    9:00 Drainage Research at ARS-IA Dan Jayne, ARS National Laboratory for Agriculture and the Environments

    9:15 State update: Drainage research in Illinois Laura Christianson, University of Illinois

    9:30 Missouri Update Kelly Nelson, University of Missouri

    9:45 Impacts of 4R Nitrogen Management on Drainage Water Quality in Iowa Matt Helmers, Iowa State University

    10:00 BREAK

    10:15 Drainage water management on saline and sodic soils Xinhua Jia, North Dakota State University

    10:30 Integrated Soil and Water Conservation to Achieve Production and Water Quality Goals Jeff Strock, University of Minnesota

    10:45 Indiana drainage research update Jane Frankenberger, Purdue University

    11:00 Microbial communities in bioreactors

    Rachel McDaniel, South Dakota State University

    11:15 Discussion: What have we learned? Research needs and opportunities moving forward.

    11:45 Meeting adjourns Board the bus for Field Trip.

    Noon Bus leaves for field trip. Boxed lunch available on the bus.

  • POSTERS

    Presenter and Affiliation Poster Name Co-authors

    Post-Doctoral Researchers

    Emily Bock Post-Doctoral Research Associate, Virginia Tech

    Artificial sinks to treat legacy nutrients in agricultural landscapes

    K. Stephenson, Z. Easton

    Gurbir Singh Post-Doctoral Research Associate, University of Missouri

    Long-term Drainage, Subirrigation, and Tile Spacing Effects on Maize Production

    K. Nelson

    Hanseok Jeong Post-Doctoral Research Associate, University of Illinois

    Seasonal effects of tile depth and spacing on field-scale tile drainage and nitrate losses in Illinois

    Rabin Bhattarai, Richard A.C. Cooke

    Manal Askar Post-Doctoral Research Associate, Michigan State University

    Testing DRAINMOD-P for Predicting Edge-of-field Phosphorus Losses from an Artificially Drained Field with Cracking Soil in Northwest Ohio

    M. Youssef, G. Chescheir, L. Negm, K. King, R. Skaggs, D. Hesterberg, A. Amoozegar

    Tyler Groh Post-Doctoral Research Associate, Iowa State University

    Limitations to Denitrification in Saturated Riparian Buffers

    M.P. Davis, T.M. Isenhart, D.B. Jaynes, T.B. Parkin

    Graduate Students

    Md Sami Bin Shokrana Graduate Student, Michigan State University

    Effects of Flow and Schedule of Sample Filtration on the Dynamics of Phosphorus Transport under Conventional Drainage

    E. Ghane

    Ana Sanchez Graduate Student, University of Illinois

    Double Duty Ditches: Enhanced Denitrification with Bioreactors

    L. Christianson, R. Christianson, R. Cooke

    Emily Waring Graduate Student, Iowa State University

    Estimating nutrient loading during flooding in plot-scale subsurface drainage research

    C. Pedersen, M. Helmers

    Niranga Wickramarathne Graduate Student, University of Illinois

    Does the Emerald Ash Borer kill more than the tree? Nitrate removal with ash woodchips

    L.E. Christianson, R.A. Cooke

    Ehsan Bagheri

    Ph.D. Graduate Student, North Carolina State University

    Real-time Water Table Management System to Increase Resiliency of Drained Croplands

    Mohamed Youssef, Chad Poole, Lamyaa Negm

  • Hossam Moursi Ph.D. Graduate Student, North Carolina State University

    Experimental Investigation of the Crop Yield and Water Quality Benefits of Drainage Water Recycling in Eastern North Carolina

    Triven Koganti Ph.D. Fellow, Aarhus University, Denmark

    Mapping of subsurface drainage in agricultural areas using a stepped frequency ground penetrating radar

    E. V. D. Vijver, B. J. Allred, M. H. Greve, J. Ringgaard, B. V. Iversen

    Daniel Welage Graduate Student, Purdue University

    Long-term Subsurface Drainage Effects on Physical and Hydraulic Properties of Soil

    E. Kladivko, K. Mitchell

    Giovani Preza-Fontes Graduate Student, University of Illinois

    Balancing water quality, nitrogen management, and corn production goals in Illinois

    C. Pittelkow, L. Christianson

    Matt Werlinger Undergraduate, North Dakota State University

    Designing a Drainage Structure to increase water movement in clayey soils

    Ryan Carda, Abbi Klos, Josh Brilz

    Kasper Jensen Ph.D. Graduate Student, University of Copenhagen

    Drainage and plant production

    Saeid Nazari Graduate Student, University of Kentucky

    Edge-of-field Monitoring and Modeling to Quantify Sediment P Fluxes and Pathways in Tile-Drained Landscapes.

    W. Ford, K. King

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