Harmful algal blooms in rivers and streams are neither well-understood nor easily predicted. CFAES researchers are hoping to change that. Eight scientists presented fast-paced “lightning round” talks on water-related research at the 2018 CFAES Research Conference.
Outreach to Ohio Agricultural Industry on Nutrients and Water Quality — Greg LaBarge, OSU Extension
Lowering Environmental Impacts of Manure Using Dietary Manipulation — Chanhee Lee, Animal Science
On-Field Ohio! — Libby Dayton, School of Environment and Natural Resources
Freshwater HABs: Linkage to Human Health and Beyond — Jiyoung Lee, Food Science and Technology
Farmer Decision Making — Robyn Wilson, School of Environment and Natural Resources
Linking Water Quality and Aquatic Biodiversity — Suzanne Gray, School of Environment and Natural Resources
Stakeholder-Driven Modeling of Water Quality in the Maumee River Watershed — Margaret Kalcic, Food, Agricultural and Biological Engineering