Alex Stalboerger

Why I joined the ECS M.S. Program

The interdisciplinary nature of the ECS M.S. program allows for cooperation and collaboration with colleagues from different disciplines in a way that many other graduate programs do not accommodate easily.

My research

My research is broadly focused on bioremediation, wet ecosystems, mitigation, plants, and water. My thesis is focused on the use of constructed wetlands for treatment of tile-drained water and for production of biofuel.

Presentations

  • Stalboerger, A., Jacob, D., and Otte, M. (2013) Sulfate removal from agriculture tile drain water by constructed wetlands. Presented at the Joint North Dakota Water Quality Monitoring Council and North Dakota Water Resource Research Institute Meeting , NDSU, Feb. 7, 2013. (Presented by A. Stalboerger)
  • Stalboerger, A., Jacob, D., and Otte, M. (2012) Treatment wetlands for the reduction of sulfate and binding of phosphate. Presented at the Northern Plains Biological Symposium , Fargo, ND, April 19, 2012. (Presented by A. Stalboerger)
  • Stalboerger, A., Lin, W., Jacob, D., and Otte, M. (2012) Treatment wetlands for removal of sulfate from tile drain water. Presented at the SWS/INTECOL Meeting, Orlando, FL June 2012. (Presented by A. Stalboerger)
  • Stalboerger, A., Lin, W., Jacob, D., and Otte, M. (2011) Construction of a treatment wetland for sulfate removal from tile drain water and for production of biofuel. Presented at the ECS Environmental and Conservation Science Recruiting Fair , NDSU, Oct. 5, 2011. (Presented by A. Stalboerger
  • Stalboerger, A., Lin, W., Jacob, D., and Otte, M. (2011) Construction of a treatment wetland for sulfate removal from tile drain water anda for production of biofuel. Presented at the Society of Wetland Scientists North Central Chapter meeting , September 22-24, 2011, Jamestown, ND. (Presented by A. Stalboerger)

Awards and Honors

  • North Dakota Water Resources Research Institute Fellowship (2012)
  • North Central Chapter – Society of Wetland Scientists Travel Award (September 2011)