Gary M. Pierzynski
Department Head | Professor
Biography and Education
This departmental member does not currently have bio information available for review.
Ph.D. Soil Chemistry, The Ohio State University, 1989
M.S. Environmental Chemistry, Michigan State University, 1985
B.S. Crop and Soil Science, Michigan State University, 1982
Staff and Students
- All Agronomy Faculty report to Dr. Pierzynski
- Brittany Green - Administrative Specialist | Contact to schedule an appointment with Dr. Pierzynski
- Karlene Varnadore - Business Manager
- Arthur Selman - Computing Coordinator
- Fred Caldwell - Research Technologist
- Christopher "Chip" Redmond - Assistant Scientist
- Jim Spurlock - Building Systems Technician | Throckmorton Ctr.
- Steve Kramer - Building Systems Technician
This departmental member does not currently have any research information available for review, or does not currently have a research appointment.
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Vaillant, G., G. M. Pierzynski, J. M. Ham, and J. DeRouchey. 2009. Nutrient accumulation below cattle feedlot pens in Kansas. J. Environ. Qual. 38:909-918.
Sonmez, O. G.M. Pierzynski, L. Frees, B. Davis, D. Leikam, D.W. Sweeney, and K.A. Janssen. 2009 A field-based assessment tool for phosphorus losses in runoff in Kansas. J. Soil Water Conserv.64:212-222.
Godsey, C. B., G.M. Pierzynski, D. B. Mengel, and R.E.Lamond. 2007. Management of Soil Acidity in No-till Production Systems through Surface Application of Lime. Agron. J. 99:764-772.
Godsey, C. B., G.M. Pierzynski, D. B. Mengel, and R.E.Lamond. 2007. Evaluation of common lime requirement methods. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. 71:843-850.
Godsey, C. B., G.M. Pierzynski, D. B. Mengel, and R.E.Lamond. 2007. Changes in soil pH, organic carbon, and extractable aluminum by crop rotation and tillage. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. 71:1038-1044.
Agudelo, S.C., N.O. Nelson, T.D. Keane, P.L. Barnes, G.M. Pierzynski. 2011. Phosphorus adsorption and desorption potential of stream sediments and field soils in agricultural watersheds. J. Environ. Qual.40:144-152. (KAES publication 10-284-J)