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The Water Quality lab has multiple collaborators that fund or collaborate on several research projects

  • Arkansas State UniversityCity of JonesboroDelta Farmers Advocating Resource ManagementEPA Gulf of Mexico Program OfficeForest and Wildlife Research CenterMississippi Agricultural and Forestry Experiment StationMississippi Alabama Sea Grant ConsortiumMississippi Department of Environmental QualityMississippi Department of Marine ResourcesMississippi State University Extension ServiceMississippi Water Resources Research InstitutePuerto Rico DRNAU.S. Geological SurveyUniversity of ArkansasUniversity of North Carolina WilmingtonUSDA-Agricultural Research ServiceUSDA-Natural Resources Conservation Service

Featured Project

Efficacy of Best Management Practices as an Approach to Water Resource Conservation in the Mississippi Delta Region

This research addresses issues of water resources in the Lower Mississippi Alluvial Valley (LMAV) that relate to both water quality and quantity. This project aims to describe and quantify the benefits of BMPs, in the Mississippi Delta, using a stepwise approach that first broadly assesses current nutrient loads leaving agricultural landscapes with varying suites of BMPs, and then focuses spec...

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Featured Collaborator

Mississippi Department of Marine Resources

Mississippi Department of Marine Resources recognizes and supports the implementation of best management practices in upper watershed landscapes to increase nutrient reductions, and improve water quality of coastal ecosystems.

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