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A well being drilled on an Iowa golf course in 2015

Are golf courses contributing to Iowa’s nitrate runoff?

Posted on October 24th, 2017

The Cedar Rapids Gazette posted an article regarding IGS’s Schilling and Streeter’s research, funded by Iowa and national golf and turf grass groups. The study assigned each of Iowa’s 421 golf courses a number, then used a computer to randomly select one nine-hole course and one 18-hole course from each of three regions of the […]

Study of Nitrate and Phosphorus at Iowa Golf Courses

Posted on May 26th, 2015

Keith E. Schilling and Matthew Streeter, Iowa Geological Survey, University of Iowa Ryan Adams, Department of Horticulture, Iowa State University   Nonpoint source pollution from nitrate-nitrogen (N) and phosphorus (P) contributes to nutrient enrichment in local streams and lakes and development of hypoxic (dead) zones in regional water bodies, including the Gulf of Mexico. In […]

Matthew Streeter

Posted on July 30th, 2014

Soil Scientist, Iowa Geological Survey Office: 340C Trowbridge Hall Phone Number: 319-335-1593 E-mail: Education: M.S. Soil Science (Pedology), Iowa State University, B.S. Agronomy (Soil and Environmental Science), Iowa State University Research Interests: Soil health and agricultural crop production Wetland soil restoration and hydrology Agronomic soil sustainability Soil and water interactions in terms of nutrient […]


Posted on June 20th, 2014

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