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douglas boyer

  • PhD/ Research Hydrologist
  • Retired Research Hydrologist
  • formerly USDA-ARS, Appalachian Farming Systems Research Center
  • 72PublicationsNumber of items in douglas's My Publications folder on Mendeley.
  • 10Followers

Research interests

karst hydrology karst water quality agricultural impacts hillslope hydrology agricultural microclimatology nonpoint source pollution

About

Dr. Boyer received his Ph.D. in forest hydrology at West Virginia University in 1980. Since that time Dr. Boyer has been employed with the USDA Agricultural Research Service in Beaver, WV as a research hydrologist. Since 1991 Dr. Boyer has been studying agricultural impacts on karst water quality and has been developing and testing best management practices for protecting groundwater quality in karst terrain. He has conducted research programs in surface mine reclamation hydrology, steep pasture microclimatology, and hillslope hydrology. He has also served as a cooperating scientist on an international team investigating karst agroforestry in Slovenia. He has published more than 50 scientific and technical papers and has presented his research to more than 100 audiences. His karst research work has also appeared in Agricultural Research, Stormwater, and Wonderful West Virginia magazines. Reports about his work have also appeared in several newspapers and television and radio shows.

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Publications (5)

  • Surface limestone application increases ammonia volatilization from goat urine in abandoned pastures

    • Ritchey K
    • Boyer D
    • Turner K
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  • The influence of soil factors on yield differences among landscape positions in an Appalachian corn field

    • Wright R
    • Boyer D
    • Winant W
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  • Measuring hydraulic conductivity in a steep Appalachian watershed

    • Pasquarell G
    • Boyer D
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  • Effect of acid soil chemical properties on nodulation and competition of Rhizobium trifolii

    • Wright S
    • Wright R
    • Sworobuck J
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  • Some energetic effects of forest interception

    • Tajchman S
    • Boyer D
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Professional experience

Retired Research Hydrologist

formerly USDA-ARS, Appalachian Farming Systems Research Center

October 1979 - Present

Education

BsF; MsF; PhD

West Virginia University

January 1973 - August 1980(8 years)

A.A.S.

SUNY, Morrisville

August 1970 - May 1979(9 years)