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Gerald A. Miller
Professor & Associate Dean
Department: Agriculture Experiment Station
Research Interests: soil and land use
Brief description of current research:
My program involves applied studies and educational activities that support the Iowa Cooperative Soil Survey. Program activities include soil and land use interpretations, delivery of soil survey education and information to clients and leadership for the Iowa Soil Properties and Interpretation Database (ISPAID) and the Iowa Soil and Land Use website.
Rodecap, John, Chad Ingels, Susan Brown, Lois Wright Morton, and Gerald A. Miller, 2008: Performance Incentives Enable Stewardship Ethic and Systems Approach to Environmental Protection. In Proceedings of 2008 USDA-CSREES National Water Quality Conference. “Research, Extension and Education for Water Quality and Quantity”. February 3-6, 2008. Sparks, NV. Abstract and presentation posted at http://www.usawaterquality.org/conferences/2008/abstract_index.html<
Rodecap, John, Chad Ingels, Susan Brown and Gerald A. Miller, 2007: Watershed Resident Determination of Performance-based Environmental Management Incentives. In Proceedings of 2007 USDA-CSREES National Water Quality Conference. “Research, Extension and Education for Water Quality and Quantity”. January 28-February 1, 2007. Savannah, GA. Abstract and presentation posted at http://www.usawaterquality.org/conferences/2007/abstract_index.html
Morton, Lois Wright, John Rodecap, Susan Brown and Gerald A. Miller, 2006: Performance-based Environmental Management: The Hewitt Creek Model. Pm 2013. University Extension, Iowa State University, Ames, IA 4 pp.
Ingels, Chad, John Rodecap, and Gerald Miller, 2005: Manure, Phosphorus and Nitrogen Management Strategies for Iowa Crop and Livestock Farms. In Proceedings of 2005 Agriculture and the Environment Conference. University Extension, Iowa State University, Ames. Manuscript and PowerPoint presentation posted at http://www.aep.iastate.edu/water/2005/index.html