Tyler A. Groh, Ph.D.

  • Assistant Research Professor
  • Watershed Management Extension Specialist

Areas of Expertise

  • Watershed Management
  • Water Quality
  • Nitrogen Cycle
  • Biogeochemistry
  • Conservation Practices
  • Soil-Water Interactions

Education

  • Ph.D. Iowa State University, 2018
  • M.S. University of Illinois, 2014
  • B.S. University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point, 2011

Publications

Long-term nitrate removal in three riparian buffers
Science of the Total Environment, Groh, Tyler A., Isenhart, Thomas M., Schultz, Richard C., 2020

Denitrification potential in three saturated riparian buffers
Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment, Groh, Tyler A., Davis, Morgan P., Isenhart, Thomas M., Jaynes, Dan B., Parkin, Timothy B., 2019

In situ denitrification in saturated riparian buffers
Journal of Environmental Quality, Groh, Tyler A., Davis, Morgan P., Isenhart, Thomas M., Jaynes, Dan B., Parkin, Timothy B., 2019

Nitrous oxide emissions from saturated riparian buffers
Journal of Environmental Quality, Davis, Morgan P., Groh, Tyler A., Jaynes, Dan B., Parkin, Timothy B., Isenhart, Thomas M., 2019

Portable automation of static chamber sample collection for quantifying soil gas flux
Journal of Environmental Quality, Davis, Morgan P., Groh, Tyler A., Parkin, Timothy B., Williams, Ryan J., Isenhart, Thomas M., Hofmockel, Kirsten S., 2018

Nitrogen removal and greenhouse gas emissions from constructed wetlands receiving tile drainage water
Journal of Environmental Quality, Groh, Tyler A., Gentry, Lowell E., David, Mark B., 2015