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Jason D. Streubel

IMG_1261Adjunct Faculty


330 South Patterson
Springfield, MO 65802
Phone 360-739-4705 or 417-581-4481
FAX 417-823-8244


BA, Northwest University, 1996
B.S., Northwest University, 2001
M.S., Washington State University, 2006
Ph.D. Washington State University, 2011

Physical Science, Geology, Human Biology – Evangel University

Research and Work
I work internationally for Convoy of Hope training and overseeing farmers in Africa, Haiti,  Dominican Republic, and El Salvador to strength the extension system.  My research spans the full spectrum of crops and soils, however the focus is putting good science in the hands of farmers.

J.D. Streubel, H.P. Collins, J. Tarara, and R.L Cochran.2012. Biochar produced from anaerobically-digested fiber reduces phosphorus in dairy lagoons.  Journal of Environmental Quality 41:1-9

J.D. Streubel, H.P. Collins, M. Garcia-Perez, J. Tarara, D, Granatstein and C.E. Kruger.2011. Influence of Biochar on Soil pH, Water Holding Capacity, Nitrogen and Carbon Dynamics.  Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. 75 doi:10.2136/sssaj2010.0325

Ippolito, J.A., Lentz, R.D., Novak, J.M., Spokas, K.A., Collins, H.P., Streubel, J. 2011. Biochar Usage: Pros and Cons. Western Nutrient Management Conference Proceedings. 9:93-98.

H.P. Collins, J.D. Streubel, A.K. Alva, C. Frear, S. Chen, S.F. Fransen, C. Kruger and D. Granatstein. 2011. Greenhouse Gas Emissions from an Irrigated Silt Loam Soil Amended with Anaerobic Digested Dairy Manure. SSSJA (In Press)

Laird D.A., Rogovska N.P., Garcia-Perez M, Collins H.P., Streubel J.D.,  Smith M : Chapter 16 :  Pyrolysis and Biochar – Opportunities for Distributed Production and Soil Quality Enhancement. In : Sustainable Alternative Fuel Feedstock Opportunities, Challenges and Roadmaps for Six U.S. Regions. Proceedings of the Sustainable Feedstocks for Advanced Biofuels Workshop. Edited by Ross Braun, 2011, Doug Karlen and Dewayne Johnson.

S. L. Young, F. J. Pierce, J. D. Streubel, and H. P. Collins

Performance of Solid-State Sensors for Continuous, Real-Time Measurement of Soil CO2 Concentrations. Agronomy Journal, Nov. 101(6): 1417 – 1420.