Tyler is a postdoctoral researcher in the Natural Resource Ecology and Management Department. Tyler graduated from the University of Wisconsin Stevens Point in 2011 with a BS in Watershed Management. After his BS, he went on for a MS at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign. While there, Tyler studied with Dr. Mark David and looked at constructed wetlands’ ability to remove nutrients from tile drainage water as well as their greenhouse gas emissions. Tyler graduated the University of Illinois in 2014 with a MS in Natural Resources and Environmental Sciences. He then obtained a Ph.D. in Environmental Science under Dr. Thomas Isenhart at Iowa State University studying nitrate removal in both traditional and saturated riparian buffers. His current research deals with assessing new saturated riparian buffer designs and their ability to remove nitrate from tile drainage water.
Dr. Tyler A Groh
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B.S., Watershed Management, University of Wisconsin Stevens Point, 2011
M.S., Natural Resources and Environmental Sciences, University of Illinois, 2014
Ph.D., Environmental Science, Iowa State University