Welcome to Biology! I look forward to a great semester of learning and getting to know each other a little better, some for 3 hours on Monday night and others strictly online. The key to success in my class is trying your best, asking questions, and open communication.
Title: Agricultural Specialist
Office: Off Campus at Convoy of Hope
Professional Information: BA: Church Ministries:Missions Northwest University BA: Environmental Science Northwest University MS: Agricultural Washington State University PhD: Soil Science Washington State University
Job Responsibilities: I currently oversee the agricultural development division of the Children's Feeding Initiative at Convoy of Hope.
Org Memberships: Ordained Assembly of God Minister
Soil Science Society of America
Crop Society of America
American Society of Agronomy
Courses Taught: Biology
Publications: J.D. Streubel, H.P. Collins, J. Tarara, and R.L Cochran. 2011. Biochar produced from anaerobically-digested fiber reduces phosphorus in dairy lagoons. Journal of Environmental Quality (Accepted)
J.D. Streubel, H.P. Collins, M. Garcia-Perez, J. Tarara, D, Granatstein and C.E. Kruger. 2011. Influence of Biochar on Soil pH, Water Holding Capacity, Nitrogen and Carbon Dynamics. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. 75 doi:10.2136/sssaj2010.0325
Ippolito, J.A., Lentz, R.D., Novak, J.M., Spokas, K.A., Collins, H.P., Streubel, J. 2011. Biochar Usage: Pros and Cons. Western Nutrient Management Conference Proceedings. 9:93-98.
H.P. Collins, J.D. Streubel, A.K. Alva, C. Frear, S. Chen, S.F. Fransen, C. Kruger and D. Granatstein. 2011. Greenhouse Gas Emissions from an Irrigated Silt Loam Soil Amended with Anaerobic Digested Dairy Manure. SSSJA (In Press)
Laird D.A., Rogovska N.P., Garcia-Perez M, Collins H.P., Streubel J.D., Smith M : Chapter 16 : Pyrolysis and Biochar – Opportunities for Distributed Production and Soil Quality Enhancement. In : Sustainable Alternative Fuel Feedstock Opportunities, Challenges and Roadmaps for Six U.S. Regions. Proceedings of the Sustainable Feedstocks for Advanced Biofuels Workshop. Edited by Ross Braun, 2011, Doug Karlen and Dewayne Johnson.
S. L. Young, F. J. Pierce, J. D. Streubel, and H. P. Collins Performance of Solid-State Sensors for Continuous, Real-Time Measurement of Soil CO2 Concentrations. Agronomy Journal, Nov. 101(6): 1417 - 1420.
Favorite Thing About Work: Students!
Originally From: Bellingham , WA