Aaron Mittelstet

Aaron Mittelstet

  • Contact Information
  • Publications
  • Grants
  • Advising

Contact Information

TitleCourtesy Assistant Professor
Faculty RankCourtesy Assistant Professor
Address245 Chase Hall
3605 Fair Street
Lincoln NE
68583–0726
Phone
  • office: 402-472-1427
E-mailamittelstet2@unl.edu

 

Selected Publications

Gilmore, T., Johnson, M., Korus, J., Mittelstet, A., Briggs, M. A., Zlotnik, V., Corcoran, S. 2019. Streambed Flux Measurement Informed by Distributed Temperature Sensing Leads to a Significantly Different Characterization of Groundwater Discharge. Water.Online
Hansen, S., Messer, T., Mittelstet, A. 2019. Mitigating the risk of atrazine exposure: Identifying hot spots and hot times in surface waters across Nebraska, USA. Journal of Environmental Management, 250, 109424.Online
Keilhauer, M., Messer, T., Mittelstet, A., Corman, J., Franti, T. 2019. Nitrate Removal Potential of Floating Treatment Wetlands Amended with Spent Coffee: A Mesocosm Scale Evaluation. Transactions of the ASABE. 62(6): 1619-1630.Online
Mittelstet, A., Gilmore, T., Messer, T., Rudnick, D., Heatherly, T. 2019. Evaluation of selected watershed characteristics to identify best management practices to reduce Nebraskan nitrate loads from Nebraska to the Mississippi/Atchafalaya River basin. AgOnline
Mittelstet, A., Gilmore, T., Messer, T., Rudnick, D., Heatherly, T. 2019. Evaluation of Selected Watershed Characteristics to Identify Best Management Practices to Reduce Nebraskan Nitrate Loads from Nebraska to the Mississippi/Atchafalaya River Basin. AgOnline
Wells, M. J., Gilmore, T., Mittelstet, A., Snow, D., Sibray, S. (2018). Assessing Decadal Trends of a Nitrate-Contaminated Shallow Aquifer in Western Nebraska Using Groundwater Isotopes, Age-Dating, and Monitoring. WATER, 10(8).

Grants

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Grant TitleSurvey of Groundwater Transit Times and Nitrate Delivery to Bazile Creek (Additional Funding)
Starting Date04/08/2020

Investigator(s)

Ending Date05/31/2021
Funding Level$15,000.00
Funding AgencyNebraska Department of Environment and Energy

 

Grant TitleSurvey of Groundwater Transit Times and Nitrate Delivery to Bazile Creek
Starting Date07/13/2018

Investigator(s)

Ending Date05/31/2020
Funding Level$15,000.00
Funding AgencyNebraska Department of Economic Quality

 

Advising

Graduate Programs

Master of Applied Science

Master of Science in Natural Resource Sciences
including specializations in

    Doctorate of Philosophy in Natural Resource Sciences
    including specializations in