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Farming for a smaller dead zone: How agricultural conservation practices, artificial drainage, and climate change affect water quality in Iowa.

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2018 to 2020
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Society for Conservation Biology, 2018-2020, $197,925. “Farming for a smaller dead zone: How agricultural conservation practices, artificial drainage, and climate change affect water quality in Iowa.” Smith Conservation Postdoctoral Fellowship for B. McGill. Labs: A. Burgin, T. Loecke.


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