UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN River Falls

Faculty and Staff

Macnack, Natasha

Natasha Macnack

Natasha Macnack

Assistant Professor

Start Year: 2014

Plant and Earth Science
Office: 314 Ag Science Building
Phone: 715-425-3345

Email: natasha.macnack@uwrf.edu

Education:

Ph.D. Oklahoma State University 2014,
M.S. Oklahoma State University 2012,
B.S. Anton de Kom University of Suriname 2003.

Courses Taught:

SOIL 120 Introduction to Soil Science
SOIL 311 Soil Fertility
SOIL 489 Special Topics in Soil Microbiology

Publications:

Omara, P., Macnack, N. E., Aula, L., Raun, B. (2017). Effect of long-term beef manure application on soil test phosphorus, organic carbon, and winter wheat yield. Journal of Plant Nutrition, 40(8), 1143-1151.

Aula, L., Macnack, N. E., Omara, P., Mullock, J., Raun, W. (2016). Effect of fertilizer nitrogen (N) on soil organic carbon, total N and soil pH in long term continous winter wheat. Communications in Soil Science and Plant Analysis/Taylor & Francis, 47(7), 863-874.

Omara, P., Aula, L., Raun, B., Taylor, R., Koller, A., Lam, E., Ringer, J., Mullock, J., Dhital, S., Macnack, N. E. (2015). Hand Planter for Maize (Zea mays L.) in the Developing World. Journal of Plant Nutrition, 39(9), 1233-1239.

Chim, B. K., Omara, P., Macnack, N. E., Mullock, J., Dhital, S., Raun, W. (2014). Effect of seed distribution and population on Maize (Zea Mays L.) grain yield. International Journal of Agronomy 2014, 1-8.

Macnack, N. E., Chim, B. K., Raun, W., Mullock, J. (2014). In Season Prediction of Nitrogen Use Efficiency and Grain Protein and in Winter Wheat (Triticum aestivum L.). Communications in Soil Science and Plant Analysis (00), 1-15.

Macnack, N. E., Chim, B. K., Raun, W. (2013). Applied model for estimating potential ammonia loss from surface applied urea. Communications in Soil Science and Plant Analysis (44), 2055-2063.

Foster, A.J., Macnack, N. E., O'Conner-Dennie, T. (2013). Improving Nitrogen Use Efficiency in Caribbean Agriculture. Tropical Agriculture, 90(2), 109-114.