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2008
Thursday, October 16th
12:00 AM

Current Science of Nutrient Flows and Conservation Actions in Iowa: Guiding Principles

Matt Helmers, Iowa State University

12:00 AM

Experience from the Cedar River TMDL

Jim Baker, Iowa State University

12:00 AM

From the Cornbelt to the Gulf

Joan Nassauer, University of Michigan

12:00 AM

Hypoxia in the Gulf of Mexico—Implications and Strategies for Iowa

Craig Cox, Environmental Working Group

12:00 AM

Least-Cost Control of Agricultural Nutrient Contributions to the Gulf of Mexico Hypoxic Zone

Sergey S. Rabotyagov, University of Washington
Todd Campbell, Iowa State University
Manoj K. Jha, Iowa State University
Hongli Feng, Iowa State University
Philip W. Gassman, Iowa State University
Lyubov A. Kurkalova, Iowa State University
Sylvia Secchi, Iowa State University
Catherine L. Kling, Iowa State University

12:00 AM

Local Water Quality and Watersheds: Raccoon River & Des Moines River Watersheds

Chris Jones, Agriculture's Clean Water Alliance
Roger Wolf, Agriculture's Clean Water Alliance

12:00 AM

Mixed Annual-Perennial Systems: Diversity on Iowa's Land

Matt Liebman, Iowa State University

12:00 AM

Nitrate Load Reduction Strategies for the Raccoon and Des Moines Rivers

Keith E. Schilling, Iowa Geological and Water Survey
Calvin F. Wolter, Iowa Geological and Water Survey

12:00 AM

Nutrient Criteria and Its Connection to Local Water Quality

Thomas F. Wilton, Iowa Department of Natural Resources

12:00 AM

Overview of Hypoxia Action Plan and Operating Plans

Darrell Brown, United States Environmental Protection Agency

12:00 AM

Updates on Current Science of Nutrient Flows and Conservation Actions in Iowa

Dan B. Jaynes, United States Department of Agriculture

12:00 AM

Walnut Creek: Monitoring, Modeling, and Optimizing Prairie Restoration

Sergey S. Rabotyagov, University of Washington
Keith E. Schilling, Iowa Geological and Water Survey
Manoj K. Jha, Iowa State University
Calvin F. Wolter, Iowa Geological and Water Survey
Todd Campbell, Iowa State University

12:00 AM