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Understanding Algal Blooms: State of the Science Virtual Conference

The Understanding Algal Blooms: State of the Science Virtual Conference highlighted current scientific knowledge related to algal blooms. Research and outreach leaders presented findings from recent studies and identified important areas of uncertainty. Specific topics included: - Collaborations and partnerships critical for improving water quality - Understanding lag times and soil phosphorus dynamics - The latest in edge-of-field research and best management practices

Published: Sep 2, 2020
Last Modified: Sep 8, 2020
Duration: ~ 4 hrs, 1 min
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Contributors

 Christopher John Winslow

Christopher John Winslow , PhD

Director, Ohio Sea Grant College Program

Kristen DeVanna Fussell

Kristen DeVanna Fussell , PhD

Assistant Director of Administration and Research, Ohio Sea Grant College Program

 Jay Franklin Martin

Jay Franklin Martin , PhD

Professor, OSU Department of Food, Agricultural and Biological Engineering

 Greg  LaBarge

Greg LaBarge

Field Specialist, Agronomic Systems, OSU Extension

 Kevin  King

Kevin King

Research Leader, Agricultural Research Service

TABLE OF CONTENTS
  1. 1 Morning Introduction
  2. 3 Ohio Department of Agriculture
  3. 5 Ohio Department of Natural Resources
  4. 13 Sponsor Appreciation
  5. 13 The “Nutrient Conundrum”: Challenges and opportunities for managing eutrophication
  6. 56 Contributions of legacy soil P and P fertilizer to edge-of-field P losses
  7. 83 Soil test phosphorus trends and phosphorus pools
  8. 112 Role of in-stream processes in shaping P exports to Lake Erie during low and high flow
  9. 138 Afternoon Introduction
  10. 138 Avoiding “one-size fits all” – Defining Lake Erie’s phosphorus management regions
  11. 138 Morning Wrap-Up
  12. 165 Using P removal structures to decrease dissolved P losses from high P soils in the WLEB
  13. 190 Controls on subsurface nutrient losses from agricultural fields during precipitation-driven events
  14. 213 Agronomic uses of manure that reduce environmental risk
  15. 239 Afternoon Wrap-Up
Contributors

Brittany Hanrahan - Author, Chad Penn - Author, Christopher John Winslow, PhD - Author, Dorothy Pelanda - Author, Dr. Helen Jarvie - Author, Dr. James Hood - Author, Greg LaBarge - Author, Jay Franklin Martin, PhD - Author, Mary Mertz - Author, Merrin Macrae - Author, Steven Culman - Author, Will Osterholz - Author

Description

The Understanding Algal Blooms: State of the Science Virtual Conference highlighted current scientific knowledge related to algal blooms. Research and outreach leaders presented findings from recent studies and identified important areas of uncertainty.

Specific topics included:

- Collaborations and partnerships critical for improving water quality
- Understanding lag times and soil phosphorus dynamics
- The latest in edge-of-field research and best management practices