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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

KEVIN W. KING

Research Agricultural Engineer



590 Woody Hayes Drive
Columbus, OH 43210
614-292-9806 (phone)
614-292-9448 (fax)

Education

 

Purdue University; major, Agricultural Engineering; B.S. 1991

Purdue University; major, Agricultural Engineering; M.S. 1992

Texas A&M University; major, Civil Engineering; Ph.D. 2000

 

Research Experience

 

1989-1991, Research Assistant, Purdue University West Lafayette, IN

1991-1993, Agricultural Engineer (tech.), USDA-ARS, West Lafayette, IN

1993-1995, Associate Research Scientist, Texas Agricultural Experiment Station

1995-1997, Agricultural Engineer (Support Scientist), USDA-ARS, Temple, TX

1997-2002, Agricultural Engineer, USDA-ARS, Temple, TX

2002-present, Agricultural Engineer, USDA-ARS, Columbus, OH 

 

Research

 

My research is focused on understanding the complex watershed scale interactions of weather, soil, water, plants, and landuse management on hydrologic processes and their relation to water chemistry. Specific objectives are to:

1) assess and characterize the watershed scale environmental aspects of agricultural, turf, and urban land management practices;

2) develop, quantify, and evaluate conservation management practices, strategies, and technologies that minimize offsite delivery of sediment, nutrients, and agrichemicals from agriculture, turf, and urban landuses; and

3) conduct integrated drainage management research, including watershed modeling as well as economic and ecologic assessments, to determine the effectiveness of and feasibility for watershed adoption of conservation management practices.

  

Publications

 

  1. Norton, L.D., I. Shainberg, and K.W. King. Utilization of gypsiferous amendments to reduce surface sealing in some humid soils of the Eastern USA. Catena Supplement 24:77-92. 1993.
  2. King, K.W., D.C. Flanagan, L.D. Norton and J.M. Laflen. Rill erodibility parameters influenced by long-term management practices. Trans. ASAE 38(1):159-164. 1995.
  3. Williams Richardson, C.W. and K.W. King. Erosion and nutrient losses from zero tillage on a clay soil. J. Agric Engng. Res. 61:81:86. 1995.
  4.  Williams, J., M. Nearing, A. Nicks, E. Skidmore, C. Valentin, K. King, and R. Savabi. Using soil erosion models for global change studies. J. Soil and Water Conservation. 51(5): 381-385. 1996.
  5. King, K.W., C.W. Richardson, and J.R. Williams. Simulation of sediment and nitrate loss on a vertisol with conservation tillage practices. Trans. ASAE 39(6): 2139-2145. 1996.
  6. King, K.W., R.D. Harmel, and R.P. Whitis. Evaluation of an automated system for acquisition of velocity data in small channels. Hydrological Science and Technology 14(1-4):1-8. 1998.
  7. King, K.W. and J.C. Balogh. Modeling evaluation of alternative management practices and reclaimed water for turfgrass systems. Journal of Environmental Quality 28(1): 187-193. 1999.
  8. King, K.W., J.G. Arnold, and R.L. Bingner. Comparison of Green-Ampt and curve number methods on Goodwin Creek Watershed Using SWAT. Trans. ASAE 42(4): 919-925. 1999.
  9. King, K.W. and J.C. Balogh. Development of a nitrogen-release algorithm for slow release fertilizers. Trans. ASAE 43(3): 661-664. 2000.
  10. Harmel, R.D., C.W. Richardson, and K.W. King. Hydrologic response of a small watershed model to generated precipitation. Trans. ASAE 43(6):1483-1488. 2000.
  11. King, K.W. and J.C. Balogh. Water quality impacts associated with converting farmland and forests to turfgrass. Trans. ASAE. 44(3):569-576. 2001.
  12. King, K.W., R.D. Harmel, H.A. Torbert, and J.C. Balogh. Impact of a turfgrass system on nutrient loadings to surface water. Journal Am. Water Res. Assoc. 37(3): 629-640. 2001.
  13. Harmel, R.D., K.W. King, J.E. Wolfe, and H.A. Torbert. Minimum flow considerations for automated storm sampling on small watersheds. Texas J. Sci.  54(2):177-188. 2002.
  14. King, K.W. and R.D. Harmel. Considerations in selecting a water quality sampling strategy. Trans. ASAE 46(1):63-73. 2003.
  15. Harmel, R.D., K.W. King, and R. M. Slade. Automated storm water sampling on small watersheds. Applied Engineering in Agriculture. Vol. 19(6): 667-674. 2003.
  16. Harmel, R.D., K.W. King, C.W. Richardson, and J.R. Williams, and J.G. Arnold. Long-term precipitation analyses for the Central Texas Blackland Prairie. Trans. ASAE. Vol. 46(5): 1381–1388. 2003. 
  17. Arnold, J.G., K.N. Potter, K.W. King, and P.M. Allen. Estimation of soil cracking and the effect on surface runoff in a Texas Blackland Prairie watershed. Hydrological Processes. 19:589-603. 2005.
  18. Allen, P.M., R.D. Harmel, J.G. Arnold, B. Plant, J. Yelderman, and K.W. King. Field data and flow system response in clay (Vertisol) shale terrain, north central Texas. Hydrological Processes.19:2719-2736. 2005.
  19. Torbert, H.A., K.W. King, and R.D. Harmel. Impact of soil amendments on reducing phosphorus losses from runoff in sod. Journal of Environ. Qual. 34(4):1415-1421. 2005.
  20. King, K.W., R.D. Harmel, and N.R. Fausey. Development and sensitivity of a method to select time- and flow-paced storm event sampling intervals for headwater streams. J. Soil and Water Conservation 60(6):323-331. 2005.
  21. King, K.W., K.L. Hughes, J.C. Balogh, N.R. Fausey, and R.D. Harmel. Nitrate-nitrogen and dissolved reactive phosphorus in subsurface drainage from managed turf. J. Soil and Water Conservation 61(1):31-40. 2006. 
  22. Harmel, R.D., K.W. King, B.E. Haggard, D.G. Wren, J.M. Sheridan. Practical guidance for discharge and water quality data collection on small watersheds. Trans. ASABE 49(4):937-948. 2006.
  23. Harmel, R.D., C.W. Richardson, K.W. King, and P.M. Allen. Runoff and soil loss relationships for the Texas Blackland Prairies ecoregion. Journal of Hydrology 331:471-483. 2006.
  24. Baker, B.J., K.W. King, and H.A. Torbert. Runoff losses of dissolved reactive phosphorus from organic fertilizers applied to sod. Trans. ASABE. 50(2): 449-454. 2007.
  25. King, K.W. and H.A. Torbert. Nitrate and ammonium loss in overland flow from surface applied organic and inorganic fertilizer. J. Agricultural Science. 145(3):1-9. 2007. 
  26. King, K.W., J.C. Balogh, K.L. Hughes, and R.D. Harmel. Nutrient load generated by storm event runoff from a golf course watershed. J. Environ. Qual. 36:1021-1030. 2007.
  27. King, K.W., J.C. Balogh, and R.D. Harmel. Nutrient flux in surface runoff and baseflow from managed turf. Environmental Pollution 150:321-328. 2007.
  28. King, K.W., J.C. Balogh, and D. Kohlbry. Discharge losses of nitrogen and phosphorus from a golf course watershed. American Chemical Society Symposium Series. 997: 79-91. 2008.
  29. King, K.W., and J.C. Balogh. Curve numbers for golf course watersheds. Trans. ASABE. (51)3: 987-996. 2008.
  30. King, K.W., P.C. Smiley, Jr., N.R. Fausey, and B.J. Baker. Validation of paired watersheds for assessing conservation practices in Upper Big Walnut Creek watershed, Ohio. J. Soil and Water Conservation 63(6): 380-395. 2008. 
  31. Harmel, R.D., D.R. Smith, K.W. King and R.M. Slade. Estimating storm discharge and water quality data uncertainty: a software tool for monitoring and modeling applications. Environmental Modeling and Software 24(7):832-842. 2009.
  32. King, K.W., P.C. Smiley Jr., and N.R. Fausey. Hydrology of channelized and natural headwater streams. Hydrological Sciences Journal (54(5): 929-948. 2009.
  33. Kramer, K.E., P.J. Rice, B.P. Horgan, J.L. Rittenhouse, and K.W. King. Pesticide transport with runoff from turf: observations compared with TurfPQ model simulations. J. Environmental Quality 38:2402-2411. 2009
  34. Smiley, P.C., Jr., K.W. King, and N.R. Fausey. Public health perspectives of channelized and unchannelized headwater streams in central Ohio: a case study. Journal of Water and Health 8:557-592. 2010.
  35. King, K.W. and J.C. Balogh. Chlorothalonil and 2,4-D losses in surface water discharge from a managed turf watershed. J. Environ. Monit. 12:1601-1612. 2010.
  36. King, K.W., J. McDonald, J.F. Moore, S.G. Agrawal, E.N. Fischer, and J.C Balogh. Nutrient and pesticide removal from laboratory simulated tile drainage discharge. Trans. of the ASABE 53(3):769-777. 2010

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