Publications

Long, C., Muenich, R., Kalcic, M., and D. Scavia. Use of Manure Nutrients from Concentrated Animal Feeding Operations. Journal of Great Lakes Research, accepted.

Kalcic, M., Crumpton, W., Liu, X., D’Ambrosio, J., Ward, A., and J. Witter. 2018. Assessment of beyond-the-field nutrient management practices for agricultural crop systems with subsurface drainage. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation (JSWC), 73(1), 62-74, DOI10.2489/jswc.73.1.62.

Muenich, R., Kalcic, M., Winsten, J., Fisher, K., Day, M., O’Neil, G., Wang, Y., and D. Scavia. Pay-for-Performance Conservation Using SWAT Highlights Need for Field-Level Agricultural Conservation. 2018. Transactions of the ASABE, 60(6), 1925-1937, DOI10.13031/trans.12379.

Cheng, C., Tsai, J., Yang, Y., Esselman, R., Kalcic, M., Xu, X., and P. Mohai. 2017. Risk Communication and Climate Justice Planning: A Case of Michigan’s Huron River Watershed. Urban Planning, 2(4), 34–50. DOI: 10.17645/up.v2i4.1045.

Xu, X., Wang, Y., Kalcic, M.*, Muenich, R., Yang, Y., and D. Scavia. 2017. Evaluating the impact of climate change on fluvial flood risk in a mixed-used watershed. Environmental Modelling and Software, in press, DOI10.1016/j.envsoft.2017.07.013.

Scavia, D., Kalcic, M., Muenich, R. L., Read, J., Aloysius, N., Bertani, I., Boles, C., Confesor, R., DePinto, J., Gildow, M., Martin, J., Redder, T. Robertson, D., Sowa, S., Wang, Y., Yen, H. 2017. Multiple SWAT models guide strategies for agricultural nutrient reductions. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment, 15(3):126-132, DOI10.1002/fee.1472.

Kalcic, M., Kirchhoff, C., Bosch, N., Muenich, R. L., Murray, M., Griffith Gardner, J. A., and D. Scavia. 2016. Engaging Stakeholders to Define Feasible and Desirable Agricultural Conservation in Western Lake Erie Watersheds. Environmental Science & Technology, 50(15), 8135–8145, DOI: 10.1021/acs.est.6b01420.

Muenich, R. L., Kalcic, M., and D. Scavia. 2016. Evaluating the impact of legacy P and agricultural conservation practices on nutrient loads from the Maumee River Watershed.Environmental Science & Technology, 50(15), 8146–8154. DOI: 10.1021/acs.est.6b01421.

Kalcic, M., Frankenberger, J., Chaubey, I., Prokopy, L., and L. Bowling. 2015. Adaptive targeting: engaging farmers to improve targeting and adoption of agricultural conservation practices.  Journal of the American Water Resources Association (JAWRA), 51(4): 973-991.

Kalcic, M., Frankenberger, J., and I. Chaubey. 2015. Spatial optimization of six conservation practices using SWAT in tile-drained agricultural watersheds.  Journal of the American Water Resources Association (JAWRA), 51(4): 956-972.

Logsdon, R., Kalcic, M., Trybula, E., Chaubey, I., and J. Frankenberger. 2015. Ecosystem services and Indiana agriculture: Farmer and conservationist understanding of ecosystem services. International Journal of Biodiversity Science, Ecosystem Services, and Management, 11(3): 262-282.

Kalcic, M., Chaubey, I., and J. Frankenberger. 2015. Defining Soil and Water Assessment Tool (SWAT) hydrologic response units (HRUs) by field boundaries.  International Journal of Agricultural and Biological Engineering (IJABE), 8(3): 69-80.

Kalcic, M., Prokopy, L., Frankenberger, J., and I. Chaubey. 2014. An in-depth examination of farmers’ perceptions of targeting conservation practices.  Environmental Management, 54(4):795-813.

Kalcic, M., Chaubey, I., Frankenberger, J., and E. Kladivko. 2012. A Geospatial Approach to Targeting Constructed Wetlands for Nitrate Removal in Agricultural Watersheds.  Applied Engineering in Agriculture, 28(3): 347-357.