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Joe Storlien

Joe Storlien began teaching at CSB/SJU in the fall of 2014. Growing up in a small farming community in southwestern Minnesota gave him an early connection to his interest in environmental issues in agriculture. His early academic work focused on nutrient cycling and sustainable agriculture. His more recent work involves sustainable bioenergy/biofuel crop production, carbon cycling, soil trace gas emissions, and measuring human impact on drivers of global climate change. He can be found biking, fishing, gardening, and attending live music performances in his free time.

Courses:
  • ENVR 150: Intro to Environmental Studies
  • ENVR 175: Earth Systems Science
  • ENVR 279A: Environmental Methods and Analysis
  • ENVR 275: Humans in the Environment
  • ENVR 300T: Sustainable Agricultural Science
  • ENVR 320: Research Colloquium
  • ENVR 395: Research Seminar
Selected Publications:
  • Long-Term Bioenergy Sorghum Harvest Strategy and Soil Quality. (AIMS Energy, 2016). Journal Article
  • Carbon Dioxide and Nitrous Oxide Emissions Impacted by Bioenergy Sorghym Management. (Soil Science Society of America Journal, 2014). Journal Article
  • Education

    Ph.D., Soil Science, Texas A&M University
    M.S., Environmental & Technological Studies, St. Cloud State University
    B.S., Environmental Studies, St. Cloud State University