Dr. Daniel Devlin
Biography & Education
- Ph.D., Agronomy, Washington State University, 1985
- M.S., Agronomy, Kansas State University, 1983
- B.S., Agronomy, Kansas State University, 1979
- Osmond, D., N. Nelson, K. Douglas-Mankin, M. Langemeier, D. Devlin, P. Barnes, T. Selfa, L. French, D. Meals, M. Arabi, and D. Hoag. 2012. Cheney Lake Watershed, KS:NIFA-CEAP Watershed Project. p. 246-264. In D. Osmond, D. Meals, D. Hoag, and M. Arabi (Eds). How to Build Better Agricultural Conservation Programs to Protect Water Quality: The NIFA-CEAP Experience. Soil and Water Conservation Society, Ankeny, IA.
My general research objectives and interests are in the areas of:
- impacts of conservation practices on soil sustainability and water quality
- discovery of and effectiveness of best management practices for nutrients, sediments, and pesticides as related to water quality impacts
- developing of best management practices using GIS, models, and other methods
- developing methods and procedures to evaluate the impact of management practices on water quality at the watershed level
All research projects that I am involved with attempt to answer questions that I need to answer in support of my extension programs. My projects typically are very applied and can be rapidly used by stakeholders.
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My research projects serve a broad array of institutional and individual stakeholders - in-state and federal agencies charged with natural resource management, universities and colleges, agricultural organizations, cities, farmers and other citizens, watershed groups, and tribal governments.