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Biological and Agricultural Engineering

Dr. Aleksey Sheshukov

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Biological & Agricultural Engineering
Kansas State University
129 Seaton Hall
920 N 17th Street
Manhattan, KS 66506-2906
Phone: 785-532-5418
E-Mail: ashesh@ksu.edu

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Welcome to the Watershed Research Group

watershed group at bae ksu

The Watershed Research Group is a group of students, faculty, and staff in the Department of Biological & Agricultural Engineering at Kansas State University interested in studying various components of the hydrological cycle in a watershed, water-quality problems related to non-point source pollution, and impacts of climate variability on geomorphological and anthropological processes. The Watershed Research Group utilizes various modeling tools and monitoring network to better understand physical processes in a watershed.

The ongoing research and extension projects relate to:

  • soil and streambank erosion in Kansas,
  • assessment of water-quality impacts of non-point source pollution, and
  • effects of climate variability on water-quantity and human behavior in western Kansas.

We collaborate with the scientists of various departments at K-State, as well as other Universities, and federal labs.

News

  • Congratulations to Dr. Vladimir Karimov for successfully defending final examination and earning a doctoral degree in BAE.
  • Chinthaka Bandara won a runner-up award at the 2017 Kansas Water Conference for his poster on evaluating ephemeral gully erosion.
  • Congratulations to Vladimir Karimov for winning the outstanding oral presentation award at the 2017 ASABE Annual International Meeting.
  • Three conference papers were presented at the 2017 ASABE Annual International Meeting in Spokane, WA.
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