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Dr. Aaron Daigh
Assistant Professor of Soil Physics

Office: 147 Walster Hall
Soil Science
NDSU Dept 7680
PO Box 6050
Fargo, ND 58108-6050 
Phone: 701-231-8354
Fax: 701-231-7861
Email: aaron.daigh@ndsu.edu

Professional Interests
Soil salinity, agricultural water and nutrient management, tillage systems, and land reclamation.  Fate and transport of water, solute, gas, and heat in soils.

Education
Ph.D. Soil Science (Soil Physics) and Environmental Science, 2013
Iowa State University
Dissertation: Soil physical properties, soil carbon dioxide fluxes and soil drainage dynamics of select bioenergy cropping systems. R. Horton (Major Professor), T. Sauer, M. Helmers, R. Cruse, M. Castellano.

M.S. Agronomy, 2009
University of Arkansas
Thesis: Chemical property changes in a Captina silt loam as affected by broiler litter application rate. K. Brye (Major Professor), A. Sharpley, D. Miller, V. Brahana, C. West.

B.S. Environmental, Soil, and Water Science, 2007
Minor: Wildlife Habitat Management
University of Arkansas

Professional History

2013 to present:          Assistant Professor of Soil Physics, Soil Science, North Dakota State University

2013:   Post-Doctoral Research Associate in Drainage Water Quality, Ag & Biosystems Engineering, Iowa State University
2009-2013:      Graduate Research Assistant, Agronomy, Iowa State University
2007-2009:      Graduate Research Assistant, Crops, Soils, & Environmental Sciences, University of Arkansas
2005-2007:      Laboratory Technician, Crops, Soils, & Environmental Sciences, University of Arkansas

Teaching

Soil Physics (SOIL 433/633)
Advanced Soil Physics (SOIL 763)
Great Plains Field Course (RNG 716)

Refereed Publications (*corresponding authors)

1.    Radcliffe*, D., T. Knappenberger, and A. Daigh. 2016. Using Khan Academy videos in flipped classroom mode to bolster calculus skills in soil physics courses. Natural Sci. Education. In Press

2.    Klaustermeier, A., H. Tomlinson, A.L. Daigh*, R. Limb, T. DeSutter, and K. Sedivec. 2016. Comparison of soil-to-water suspension ratios for determining electrical conductivity of brine contaminated soils. Canadian J. Soil Sci. 96:233-243.

3.    Daigh*, A.L.M. and A.W. Klaustermeier. 2016. Approaching brine spill remediation from the surface: A new in situ method. Agric. Environ. Letters doi:10.2134/ael2015.12.0013

4.    Daigh*, A.L., X. Zhou, M.J. Helmers, C.H. Pederson, R. Horton, M. Jarchow, and M. Liebman. 2015. Subsurface drainage nitrate and total reactive phosphorus losses in biofuel-based prairies and corn systems. J. Envion. Qual. 44:1638-1646.

5.    Daigh*, A.L., T. Sauer, X. Xiao, and R. Horton. 2015. Comparison of models for determining soil-surface carbon dioxide effluxes in different agricultural systems. Agron. J. 107:1077-1086.

6.    Daigh*, A.L., X. Zhou, M.J. Helmers, C.H. Pederson, R. Ewing, and R. Horton. 2014. Subsurface drainage flow and soil water dynamics of reconstructed prairies and corn rotations for biofuel production. Vadose Zone J. doi:10.2136/vzj2013.10.0177

7.    Daigh*, A.L., T. Sauer, X. Xiao, and R. Horton. 2014. Soil-surface CO2 emission spatial and temporal dynamics in corn rotations and reconstructed prairies. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. 78:1338-1350.

8.    Daigh*, A.L., M.J. Helmers, E. Kladivko, X. Zhou, R. Goeken, J. Cavadini, D. Barker, and J. Sawyer. 2014. Soil water during the drought of 2012 as affected by rye cover crops in fields in Iowa and Indiana. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation. 69:564-573.

9.    Daigh*, A.L., M.C. Savin, K.R. Brye, R. Norman, and D. Miller. 2014. Urea persistence in floodwater and soil used for flooded rice production. Soil Use and Management. 30(4):463-470. doi:10.1111/sum.12142

10. McMullen, R.L., R.L., K.R. Brye*, D.M. Miller, R.E. Mason, A.L. Daigh, B.C. Menjoulet, A.L. Pirani, E.E. Gbur, and M.A. Evans-White. 2014. Long-term runoff water quality as affected by broiler-litter application to a udult in the Ozark Highlands. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. 78:2017-2031. doi:10.2136/sssaj2014.07.0291

11. McGranahan*, D.A., A.L. Daigh, J.J. Veenstra, D.M. Engle, J.R. Miller, and D.D. Debinski. 2014. Connecting soil organic carbon and root biomass with land-use and vegetation in temperate grassland. Sci. World J. doi:10.1155/2014/487563.

12. McMullen, R.L., K.R. Brye*, A.L. Daigh, D.M. Miller, E.E. Gbur, A.L. Pirani, M.A. Evans-White, and R.E. Mason. 2014. Long-term leachate water quality trends from a broiler litter-amended Udult in a karst region. Vadose Zone J. doi:10.2136/vzj2014.06.0064

13. Wang, E., R. Cruse*, X. Chen, and A.L. Daigh. 2012. Effects of moisture condition and freeze/thaw cycles on surface soil aggregate size distribution and stability. Canadian J. Soil Sci. 92(3): 529-536. doi: 10.4141/cjss2010-044.

14. Daigh*, A.L. 2011. Bioenergy cropping systems effects on soil quality. Soil Surv. Horiz. 52(2):31-34. doi: 10.2136/ssh2011-52-2-1.

15. Brye*, K.R., A.L. Daigh, B.C. Menjoulet, M.L. Pirani, and C.P. West. 2010. Trends in dry matter yield following differential broiler litter application from a soil enriched with organic matter and phosphorus. Forage and Grazinglands 8. doi:10.1094/FG-2010-0407-01-RS.

16. Daigh*, A.L., K.R. Brye, A.N. Sharpley, D. Miller, and E. Gbur. 2010. Broiler litter composition as affected by water extractant, dilution ratio, and extraction time. Comm. Soil Sci. Plant Anal. 41:2340-2357.

17. Daigh*, A.L., K.R. Brye, A.N. Sharpley, D.M. Miller, C. West, and J.V. Brahana. 2009. Five-year change in soil profile chemical properties as affected by broiler litter application rate. Soil Sci. 174:531-542.

18. Savin*, M.C., L.C. Purcell, A.L. Daigh, and A. Manfredini. 2009. Response of mycorrhizal infection to glyphosate applications and P fertilization in glyphosate-tolerant soybean, maize, and cotton. J. Plant Nutrition. 32:1702-1717.

Popular Press, Extension Articles, Manuals, and Research Reports

19. Daigh, A.L.M. 2016. Book Review: Environmental Hydrology, Third Edition. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. 80:527-527

20. Daigh, A.L., K. Anderson, and F. Casey. 2016. Williams Series: North Dakota State Soil. State Soil Booklets, K-12 Soil Science Teacher Resources. Soil Science Society of America, Madison, WI. Available online at www.soils4teachers.org/files/s4t/k12outreach/nd-state-soil-booklet.pdf

21. Daigh, A.L.M. 2016. Remediating brine-contaminated soils from the surface. Crop, Soil and Agronomy (CSA) News magazine research highlight for the journal Agricultural and Environmental Letters. May issue. 61(5):12

22. Daigh, A., J. DeJong-Hughes, A. Wick. 2016. Maximizing soil warming and health under different tillage practices in a corn-soybean rotation. Corn Talk, March/April Issue, p. 20. North Dakota Corn Growers Association.

23. Daigh, A.L.M. and O. Walsh. 2016. Early Career Members Committee – A Year in Review and Future Opportunities. Crop, Soil and Agronomy (CSA) News Magazine, January Issue. 61(1):34-34

24. Klaustermeier, A., H. Tomlinson, A.L.M. Daigh, R. Limb, T. DeSutter, and K. Sedivec. 2016. Comparison of soil-to-water suspension ratios for determining electrical conductivity of oil-production-water contaminated soils. Report to the University of North Dakota’s Energy and Environmental Research Center via the subcontract “Land Reclamation on Bakken Oil and Gas Contaminated Sites in North Dakota” funded by the North Dakota Industrial Commission.

25. Tomlinson, H., R. Limb, K. Sedivec, A. Daigh, and A. Klaustermeier. 2016. Evaluation of soil treatment techniques on remediated brine water spill sites in semi-arid rangelands. Report to the University of North Dakota’s Energy and Environmental Research Center via the subcontract “Land Reclamation on Bakken Oil and Gas Contaminated Sites in North Dakota” funded by the North Dakota Industrial Commission.

26. Tomlinson, H., R. Limb, K. Sedivec, A. Daigh, and A. Klaustermeier. 2016. Brine impacted soils in semi-arid lands: Electrical conductivity plant thresholds and ex situ/in situ remediation comparisons. Report to the University of North Dakota’s Energy and Environmental Research Center via the subcontract “Land Reclamation on Bakken Oil and Gas Contaminated Sites in North Dakota” funded by the North Dakota Industrial Commission.

27. Tomlinson, H., R. Limb, K. Sedivec, A. Daigh, and A. Klaustermeier. 2016. Oil-production water thresholds on rangeland plant’s survival under greenhouse conditions. Report to the University of North Dakota’s Energy and Environmental Research Center via the subcontract “Land Reclamation on Bakken Oil and Gas Contaminated Sites in North Dakota” funded by the North Dakota Industrial Commission.

28. Daigh, A.L.M. 2015. Bioenergy prairies minimize nitrate losses over corn systems. Crop, Soil and Agronomy (CSA) News magazine research highlight for the Journal of Environmental Quality. September issue, p. 18. ASA-CSSA-SSSA, Madison, WI.

29. Daigh, A.L.M. 2015. How do you manage your time in the mist of chaos? An Introduction to Covey’s Grid. Crop, Soil and Agronomy (CSA) News magazine, June Issue. ASA-CSSA-SSSA, Madison, WI.

30. Gillispie, E., O. Walsh, R. Kerns, A. Daigh, A. Rozin, S. Casteel, B. Smith, H. Sintim, and R. Michisch. 2016. Getting to know your early career and graduate student committees and leaders. Crop, Soil and Agronomy (CSA) News Magazine, April Issue 61(4):32-34.

31. Daigh, A., R. Limb, and F. Casey. 2015. Souris River project: Effects of flooding on rangeland productivity. SBARE Progress Update Report 2015.

32. Daigh, A., J. DeJong-Hughes, and A. Wick. 2015. Maximizing soil warming and health for different tillage practices in a corn-soybean rotation. North Dakota Soybean Council 2015 Research Update, p 17.

33. Chatterjee, A. and A. Daigh. 2015. Soil and water management for soybean production under Fargo clay. North Dakota Soybean Council 2015 Research Update, p 7.

34. Daigh, A.L. 2014. Surviving the interview and your first year in academic research. Crop, Soil and Agronomy (CSA) News, December Issue. ASA-CSSA-SSSA, Madison, WI.

35. Stevens, B.G., K.K. Sedivec, A.L. Daigh, and R.F. Limb. 2015. Spills Cleanup Primer. University of North Dakota Energy and Environmental Research Center. Available at: www.google.com/url

36. Sedivec, K., C. Piper, J. Printz, A. Wick, A. Daigh, R. Limb. 2014. Successful reclamation of lands disturbed by oil and gas development and infrastructure construction. North Dakota State University Extension Service Pub. R1728

37. Daigh, A.L. 2014. With Opportunity Come Great Blessings. Crop, Soil and Agronomy News, March Issue. ASA-CSSA-SSSA, Madison, WI.

38. Daigh, A.L. 2012. Iowa’s Nutrients:  Agricultural Inputs and Exports. pages 7-9 In: Deborah McDonough (ed.) Getting Into Soil and Water: 2012. Iowa Water Center, Ames, IA.

39. Horton, R., T. Sauer, and A. Daigh. 2012. Conversion to perennial vegetation: Quantifying soil water regime, aeration, and implications for enhancing soil resilience to climate change. Leopold Center for Sustainable Agriculture, Competitive Grant Report E2009-18.

40. Harr, R., D. Engle, D. McGranahan, J. Veenstra, and A. Daigh. 2012. Increasing carbon sequestration of working prairie by reducing invasive species in a fire and grazing system. Leopold Center for Sustainable Agriculture, Competitive Grant Report E2010-16.

41. Savin, M.C., A.L. Daigh, P. Tomlinson, and R. Norman. 2007. Urea persistence in ponded surface water and a silt-loam soil used for rice production. In: R.J. Norman, J.-F. Meullenet, and K.A.K Moldenhauer (eds.). B.R. Wells Rice Research Studies 2008. University of Arkansas Agricultural Experiment Station Research Series. Fayetteville, Ark. 560:202-208.

42. Daigh, A.L., M.C. Savin, and L.C. Purcell. 2007. Mycorrhizal infection rates in RoundupReady® row crops in response to glyphosate and phosphorus applications. Discovery: The Student Journal of the Dale Bumpers College of Agricultural, Food and Life Sciences. Fayetteville, Ark. 8:50-55.

43. Savin, M.C., L.C. Purcell, A.L. Daigh, and A. Manfredini. 2006. Mycorrhizal response in soybean, corn, and cotton to glyphosate applications and P fertilization. In: N.A. Slaton (ed.). Wayne E. Sabbe Arkansas Soil Fertility Studies 2006. University of Arkansas Agricultural Experiment Station Research Series. Fayetteville, Ark. 548:49-51.

Published Conference Abstracts and Presentations

44. A.L.M. Daigh, A.W. Klaustermeier, R.F. Limb, T.M. DeSutter, and K. Sedivec. 2016. Salt efflorescence on brine-spill soils: A new approach to remediation. Novel Approaches to Quantify and Combat Soil Degradation. Pedology Division. In Annual Meeting Abstracts. ASA, CSSA, and SSSA, Madison, WI.

45. R. Alghamdi, A.L.M. Daigh, J. DeJong-Hughes, and A. Wick. 2016. Soil heating and drying among reduced tillage practices in frigid corn-soybean fields. Soil Management Impacts on Soil Properties and Soil C and N Dynamics:II. Soil and Water Management and Conservation Division. In Annual Meeting Abstracts. ASA, CSSA, and SSSA, Madison, WI.

46. A. Chatterjee, A.L.M. Daigh, R. Thapa, K. Subedi, and N. Cattachach. 2016. Adoption of subsurface tile drainage under Fargo clay soils. Soil and Water Management and Conservation General Session. Soil and Water Management and Conservation Division. In Annual Meeting Abstracts. ASA, CSSA, and SSSA, Madison, WI.

47. R. Nelson, A.L. Daigh, and E.E. McGinnis. 2016. Perigynia removal improved germination in two native sedge species. Propagation Section. In Annual Meeting Abstracts. American Society of Horticultural Science.

48. J.W. Spiess, D.A. McGranahan, A.L.M. Daigh, and C.W. Whippo. 2016. Assessing the spatial extent and effects of fugitive road dust in the Bakken region of North Dakota. North Dakota Academy of Science conference, Fargo, ND, April 15th, 2016.

49. A.L.M. Daigh and A.W. Klaustermeier. 2016. In situ brine spill remediation methods: A new approach. North Dakota Reclamation Conference, Dickinson, ND. Feb. 23th, 2016

50. A. Klaustermeier, A.L.M. Daigh, R. Limb, and K. Sedivec. 2016. Effect of crystallization inhibitors on the upward migration and harvesting of salts on oil-production-water contaminated soils. North Dakota Reclamation Conference, Dickinson, ND. Feb. 23th, 2016

51. J. Spiess, A. Brennan, F. Merritt, R. Lawrence, R. Moore, S. Zietz, C. Sims, A. Daigh, D. McGranahan, and C. Whippo. 2016. The dispersal of road dust and its effect on crop physiology. North Dakota Reclamation Conference, Dickinson, ND. Feb. 23th, 2016. 

52. H. Tomlinson, A. Klaustermeier, R.L. Limb, A. Daigh, K. Sedivec, and T. DeSutter. 2016. Oil-produced water thresholds on rangelands plant’s survival under greenhouse conditions. North Dakota Reclamation Conference, Dickinson, ND. Feb. 23th, 2016. 

53. S.L. Bohrer, R.L. Limb, A. Daigh, A. Wick, and J. Volk. 2016. Soil compaction and vegetation diversity on reclaimed mined-lands in central North Dakota. North Dakota Reclamation Conference, Dickinson, ND. Feb. 23th, 2016. 

54. S.L. Bohrer, R.L. Limb, A. Daigh, A. Wick, and J. Volk. 2016. Vegetation composition and soil properties on 40 years of reclaimed surface coal mine sites. In Annual Meeting Abstracts. Society for Range Management 69th Annual Meeting, Corpus Christi, TX. 

55. S.L. Bohrer, R.L. Limb, A. Daigh, A. Wick, and J. Volk. 2016. The impacts of soil compaction and vegetation diversity on reclaimed mined-lands in central North Dakota. In Annual Meeting Abstracts. Society for Range Management 69th Annual Meeting, Corpus Christi, TX. 

56. H. Tomlinson, A. Klaustermeier, R. Limb, A.L. Daigh, and K. Sedivec. 2016. Evaluation of soil amendment techniques on remediated brine spill sites in Western North Dakota. In Annual Meeting Abstracts. Society for Range Management 69th Annual Meeting, Corpus Christi, TX. 

57. H. Tomlinson, A. Klaustermeier, R. Limb, A.L. Daigh, and K. Sedivec. 2016. Oil-produced-water thresholds on rangeland plants under greenhouse conditions. In Annual Meeting Abstracts. Society for Range Management 69th Annual Meeting, Corpus Christi, TX. 

58. J.W. Spiess, D.A. McGranahan, C.W. Whippo, and A.L. Daigh. 2016. Assessing the impact of fugitive road dust in the Bakken region of North Dakota. In Annual Meeting Abstracts. Society for Range Management, Corpus Christi, TX.

59. A. Klaustermeier, A.L.M. Daigh, R. Limb, and K. Sedivec. 2015. Effect of crystallization inhibitors on the upward migration and harvesting of salts on oil-production-water contaminated soils. Environmental Impacts of Land Application of Waste: II. Soils and Environmental Quality Division. In Annual Meetings Abstracts. ASA, CSSA, and SSSA, Madison, WI.

60. H. Klopp and A.L.M. Daigh. 2015. Soil salinity and sodicity impacts on soil hydrologic properties. Environmental Soil Physics and Hydrology Student Competition: Lightning Orals with Poster Presentation. In Annual Meetings Abstracts. ASA, CSSA, and SSSA, Madison, WI.

61. S. Bohrer, R. Limb, A.L.M. Daigh, A. Wick, and J. Volk. 2015. The impacts of soil compaction and vegetation diversity on reclaimed mined-lands in central North Dakota. North Dakota Society of Range Management, National Energy Center of Excellence, Bismarck State College, Bismarck, ND, Oct. 8th, 2015.  Won 2nd place in the graduate student competition.

62. H. Tomlinson, A. Klaustermeier, R. Limb, A.L. Daigh, and K. Sedivec. 2015. Oil-produced-water thresholds on rangeland plants under greenhouse conditions. North Dakota Society of Range Management, National Energy Center of Excellence, Bismarck State College, Bismarck, ND, Oct. 8th, 2015.  Won 1st place in the graduate student competition.

63. Klopp, H. and A.L. Daigh. 2015. Soil Salinity and Sodicity Impacts on Unsaturated Soil Hydrologic Properties. North Dakota State University Research and Arts Forum Poster Session. Feb. 4th, 2015

64. H. Tomlinson, A. Klaustermeier, R. Limb, A.L. Daigh, and K. Sedivec. 2015. The impacts of brine spill and vegetation parameters in the Bakken region of Western North Dakota. In Annual Meeting Abstracts. Society for Range Management, Wheat Ridge, CO.  Won 1st place in MS graduate student competition.

65. A. Lagzdins, M. Helmers, C. Pederson, L. Geiger, X. Zhou, and A. Daigh. 2015. Assessing the impacts of agricultural management practices on crop yields and nitrate-nitrogen concentrations from subsurface drainage in Iowa. Resilient Agriculture Conference, Purdue, IN.

66. A. Lagzdins, M. Helmers, C. Pederson, L. Geiger, X. Zhou, and A. Daigh. 2014. Effects of nitrogen application timing, tillage system, and winter cereal rye cover crop on corn and soybean yields and nitrtate-nitrogen concentrations from a tile-drained field in Iowa. Resilient Agriculture Conference, Ames, IA.

67. H. Klopp and A.L. Daigh. 2014. Salinity and sodicity effects on soil water retention and transport. Environmental Soil Physics and Hydrology Student Competition: Lightning Orals with Poster Presentation. In Annual Meetings Abstracts. ASA, CSSA, and SSSA, Madison, WI.

68. A.L. Daigh, A. Wick, and M. Langseth. 2014. Soil health as affected by land conversion on the Northern Plains.  Soil Management Impacts on Soil Properties and Soil C and N Dynamics:II. Soil and Water Management and Conservation. In Annual Meetings Abstracts. ASA, CSSA, and SSSA, Madison, WI.

69. McMullen, R., K. Brye, A. Daigh, A. Pirani, B. Menjoulet, E. Mason, E. Gbur, M. Evans-White, and D. Miller. 2014. Long-term water quality from a broiler litter amended pasture soil in the Ozark highlands. Illinois River Watershed Symposium, Arkansas Water Resources Center. Fayetteville, AR.

70. Daigh, A.L., M. Helmers, R. Ewing, T. Sauer, and R. Horton. 2013. Field water budget of subsurface-drained corn and prairie systems. Soil and Water Management and Conservation.  In Annual Meetings Abstracts. ASA, CSSA, and SSSA, Madison, WI.

71. Daigh, A.L., X. Zhou, M. Helmers, and R. Horton. 2013. Water quality impacts of perennial and annual based bioenergy cropping systems. In Spring Specially Conference Abstracts. Agricultural Hydrology and Water Quality II.  American Water Resources Association.

72. X. Zhou (substitute presenter A.L. Daigh), M. Helmers, C. Pederson, and J. Xu. 2013. Impacts of drainage water management on soil moisture and subsurface drainage volume. In Spring Specially Conference Abstracts. Agricultural Hydrology and Water Quality II.  American Water Resources Association.

73. Daigh, A.L., X. Zhou, C. Pederson, M. Helmers, R. Ewing, T. Sauer, and R. Horton. 2013. Tile drainage hydrology and water quality among select cropping systems. H2O: Humans, Science and Oversight. Iowa Water Center, Iowa State University, Ames, IA.

74. M.J. Helmers, X. Zhou, A.L. Daigh, R. Horton, T. Isenhart, R. Kolka, A. Mallarino, C. Pederson, and L. Shulte-Moore. 2012. Impact of Biomass Production Strategies on Nitrate-Nitrogen Concentrations and Fluxes in Iowa. Impacts of Bioenergy Crops on Water Quantity and Quality: I. In Annual Meetings Abstracts. ASA, CSSA, SSSA, Madison, WI.

75. Thompson, M., E. Bach, T. Chua, R. Cruse, A.L. Daigh, R. Dietzel, M. Helmers, K. Hofmockel, R. Horton, M. Jarchow, M. Liebman, F. Miguez, V. Nichols, F. Rivas, T. Sauer, D. Sundberg, and R. Anex. 2012. Biomass Production and Ecosystem Services in Iowa Biofuel Cropping Systems.  Carbon, Nitrogen, Energy and Water Footprints In Agriculture Production:  Changing Practices and Opportunities. In Annual Meetings Abstracts. ASA, CSSA, and SSSA, Madison, WI.

76. Thompson, M., R. Anex Jr., E. Bach, T. Chua, R. Cruse, A.L. Daigh, R. Dietzel, M. Helmers, K. Hofmockel, R. Horton, M. Jarchow, M. Liebman, F. Miguez, V. Nichols, F. Rivas, T. Sauer, and D. Sundberg. 2012. Biofuel Cropping Systems for Feedstock Production and Greenhouse Gas Mitigation. Symposium – Project Director Meeting for Agriculture and Natural Resources Science for Climate Variability and Change. In Annual Meetings Abstracts. ASA, CSSA, and SSSA, Madison, WI.

77. Daigh, A.L., T. Sauer, and R. Horton. 2012. Cumulative soil carbon dioxide emissions: Accounting for intra-crop spatial and temporal changes. Soils and Environmental Quality.  In Annual Meetings Abstracts. ASA, CSSA, and SSSA, Madison, WI.

78. Daigh, A.L., T. Sauer, and R. Horton. 2011a. Soil-surface carbon dioxide efflux of bioenergy cropping systems. In Annual Meetings Abstracts. Bioenergy Crops and Their Impacts on Crops Production, Soil and Environmental Quality: I. ASA, CSSA, and SSSA, Madison, WI.

79. Daigh, A.L., X. Zhou, M. Helmers, and R. Horton. 2011b. Tile-drainage of bioenergy cropping systems. In Annual Meetings Abstracts. Bioenergy Crops and Their Impacts on Crops Production, Soil and Environmental Quality: II.  ASA, CSSA, and SSSA, Madison, WI.

80. Daigh, A.L., T. Sauer, and R. Horton. 2010a. No-till bioenergy cropping systems effect on soil gas dynamics. In Annual Meetings Abstracts. Biomass Energy Systems: Implications of Biomass Removal On Soils, Crop Productivity and the Environment: II. ASA, CSSA, and SSSA, Madison, WI.

81. Daigh, A.L., M. Helmers, X. Zhou, and R. Horton. 2010b. Field water budget and tile-drainage loads in cellulosic-feedstock production systems. In Annual Meetings Abstracts. Biomass Energy Systems: Environmental Impacts and Water Quality Issues. ASA, CSSA, and SSSA, Madison, WI.

82. Wang, E, R. Cruse, X. Chen and A.L. Daigh. 2010. Moisture condition and freeze-thaw cycle effects on soil aggregate size distribution of two Molisols. International Symposium on Soil Quality & Management of World Mollisols, Harbin, China. Chinese Academy of Science & the International Cooperation Project of Heilongjiang Province. July 12-16.

83. Daigh, A.L. and K.R. Brye. 2008. Soil profile phosphorus and arsenic changes in a Captina Silt Loam as affected by broiler litter application rate. In Annual Meetings Abstracts. Nutrient Management and Soil and Plant Analysis Graduate Student Oral Competition. ASA, CSSA, and SSSA, Madison, WI.

84. Savin, M.C., P.J. Tomlinson, R.J. Norman, A.L. Daigh, K.R. Brye, and D.M. Miller. 2008. Nitrogen in surface water and silt-loam soil cores following fertilizer application and surface ponding. Proceedings of the 32nd Rice Technical Working Group, San Diego, CA, Feb. 18-21.

85. Savin, M.C., A.L. Daigh, P. Tomlinson, and R. Norman. 2007. Urea persistence in a ponded silt-loam soil used for rice production. In Annual Meetings Abstracts. Environmental Impacts of Organic Amendments: I. ASA, CSSA, and SSSA, Madison, WI.

86. Daigh, A.L., M.C. Savin, and L. Purcell. 2006a. Mycorrhizal infection in Roundup-Ready® row crops. In Annual Meetings Abstracts. National Undergraduate Research Symposium. ASA, CSSA, and SSSA, Madison, WI.

87. Daigh, A.L., B. Kaufman, J. Meyers, L. Copenhavor, and A. Rashe. 2006b. Improving environmental awareness and preservation in our community. ASA National Club Poster Symposium. ASA, CSSA, and SSSA annual meeting. Indianapolis, IN.

88. Daigh, A.L., Markway, H., G. Carruth, L. Copenhavor, and A. Rashe. 2005. Educating children: the world is our playground. ASA National Club Poster Symposium. ASA, CSSA, and SSSA annual meeting. Salt Lake City, UT.

Professional Affiliations
SSSA
, Soil Science Society of America
ASA
, American Society of Agronomy
CSSA
, Crop Science Society of America
Sigma Xi
, The Scientific Research Society

Professional Service
ASA-CSSA-SSSA International Tri-Societies

  1. S475 Emil Truog Soil Science Award Committee, 2015 – present
  2. ACS449.11 National Club Poster Presentation Contest Committee. 2015 - present
  3. ACS031 National Student Advisory Committee, 2013 – present
  4. ACS530 Early Career Members Committee, 2013 – present
  5. A449 National Student Award Committee, 2012 – 2013
  6. A449.8 Student Research Symposium Contest Committee, 2011 – 2013
    Chair, 2012 – 2013

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