|Expanding Your Horizons is a nationwide organization that holds regional conferences for young women in grades 7-9 to encourage and develop their career interests in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) in an effort to overcome a history of limited participation by women in these career fields. As shown in above picture, students Anne Gatzke and Hannah Bye demonstrated irrigation and drainage to 9 middle and high school girls in our research lab during the event organized by NDSU on April 9, 2016.|
North Dakota State University: Agricultural and Biosystems Engineering Dept.
- Project Coordinator: Dr. Xinhua Jia
- Our project titled the "Effect of Optimal Water Management for Sustainable and Profitable Crop Production and Improvement of Water Quality in Red River Valley" is funded through the Sustainable Agricultural Research & Education (SARE) grant.
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|A Greyline Stingray portable level-velocity logger is used to measure the real-time water flow discharging from the culvert to the ditch.|
|PhD. student Debjit Roy and freshman Connor Yaggie are launching the program of the water level logger. The Onset HOBO water level logger was set up next to the culvert on the field side.|