Robert D. Shannon

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Associate Professor, Agricultural & Biological Engineering

Research Summary

Research interests include wetland biogeochemistry, riparian wetlands, constructed wetlands for waste treatment and pollutant impacts on aquatic systems. His research has focused on the biogeochemisty of wetland ecosystems, with the overall goal of assess

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Recent Publications

Soil temperature regulates nitrogen loss from lysimeters following fall and winter manure application

Williams, M. R., Feyereisen, G. W., Beegle, D. B. & Shannon, R. D., May 2012, In: Transactions of the ASABE. 55, 3, p. 861-870 10 p.

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Soil temperature regulates phosphorus loss from lysimeters following fall and winter manure application

Williams, M. R., Feyereisen, G. W., Beegle, D. B. & Shannon, R. D., May 2012, In: Transactions of the ASABE. 55, 3, p. 871-880 10 p.

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Manure application under winter conditions: Nutrient runoff and leaching losses

Williams, M. R., Feyereisen, G. W., Beegle, D. B., Shannon, R. D., Folmar, G. J. & Bryant, R. B., May 2011, In: Transactions of the ASABE. 54, 3, p. 891-899 9 p.

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Quantifying wetland methane emissions with process-based models of different complexities

Tang, J., Zhuang, Q., Shannon, R. D. & White, J. R., 2010, In: Biogeosciences. 7, 11, p. 3817-3837 21 p.

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Potential Pollutants from Farm, Food and Yard Waste Composts at Differing Ages: Leaching Potential of Nutrients Under Column Experiments. Part II

Confesor, R. B., Hamlett, J. M., Shannon, R. D. & Graves, R. E., 2009, In: Compost Science and Utilization. 17, 1, p. 6-17 12 p.

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Potential Pollutants from Farm, Food and Yard Waste Composts at Differing Ages: Part I. Physical and Chemical Properties

Confesor, R. B., Hamlett, J. M., Shannon, R. D. & Graves, R. E., 2008, In: Compost Science and Utilization. 16, 4, p. 228-238 11 p.

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Effects of soil warming and drying on methane cycling in a northern peatland mesocosm study

White, J. R., Shannon, R. D., Weltzin, J. F., Pastor, J. & Bridgham, S. D., Sep 28 2008, In: Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences. 113, 3, G00A06.

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Movement of nitrogen and phosphorus downslope and beneath a manure and organic waste composting site

Confesor, R. B., Hamlett, J. M., Shannon, R. D. & Graves, R. E., 2007, In: Compost Science and Utilization. 15, 2, p. 119-126 8 p.

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A water quality monitoring network design methodology for the selection of critical sampling points: Part II

Strobl, R. O., Robillard, P. D., Day, R. L., Shannon, R. D. & McDonnell, A. J., Nov 1 2006, In: Environmental Monitoring and Assessment. 122, 1-3, p. 319-334 16 p.

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