John Panuska, Ph.D.,P.E. Natural Resources and Environmental Engineering, University of Wisconsin Madison (2006)

Natural Resource and Bio Environmental Engineer: Water Resources and Water Quality

Distinguished Faculty Associate
Agricultural Engineering Building
Room 125
460 Henry Mall
Madison, WI 53706
Tel: (608) 262-0605
Fax: (608) 262-1228
E-mail: jcpanuska@wisc.edu

Program Affiliations

Education and Certificates

Education

  • Ph.D., University of Wisconsin Madison, Natural Resources and Environmental Engineering, 2006
  • M.S., University of Minnesota, Agricultural Engineering, 1989
  • B.S., South Dakota School of Mines & Technology, Civil Engineering, 1985

Registration

  • Professional Engineer - Wisconsin

Fields of Interest

Research and Extension Interests
  • Phosphorus loss from agricultural management systems
  • Watershed runoff computer modeling
  • Water quality management outreach
  • Drainage and irrigation management
  • Transport and delivery of phosphorus from sources to receiving waters
  • Development and application of water quality management models
  • Erosion control and sediment transport

Teaching

  • BSE 201 - Land Surveying Fundamentals
  • BSE 508/509 - Senior Design, capstone

Publications

  • Panuska, J.C., L.W. Good and R.P. Wolkowski. 2007. Converting CRP land to corn: minimizing soil loss, UW Extension fact sheet A3830, 4p.
  • Panuska, J.C., L.W. Good and R.P. Wolkowski. 2007. Converting CRP land to corn: minimizing phosphorus loss, UW Extension fact sheet A3831,4p.
  • Panuska, J.C., K.G. Karthikeyan. 2009. Total phosphorus and organic matter enrichment in snowmelt and rainfall runoff from three corn management systems. Geoderma. 154:253-260.
  • Panuska, J.C., K.G. Karthikeyan and P.S. Miller. 2008. Impacts of surface roughness and crusting on particle distribution of edge-of-field sediments. Geoderma, 145: 315 –324.
  • Panuska, J.C., K.G. Karthikeyan and J.M. Norman. 2007. Sediment and Phosphorus Losses in Snowmelt and Rainfall Runoff from Three Corn Management Systems. Trans. ASABE 51: 95 – 105.
  • Panuska, J.C., Ruark, M.D., and E.T. Cooley. 2009. Tile drainage in Wisconsin: Maintaining tile drain systems. UW Extension fact sheet GWQ 056. 4p.
  • Lathrop, R.A., J.C. Panuska, T.A. Astfalk, W.J. Buth, D.E. Armstrong and R.T. Herrin.2000 Treatment of hypolimnetic water to reduce phosphorus and mercury cycling in Devils Lake. EPA Technical Report for project No. CL995598-0. 23p.
  • Panuska, J.C. and R.A. Lillie. 1995. Phosphorus Loadings from Wisconsin Watersheds: Recommended Phosphorus Export Coefficients for Agricultural and Forested Watersheds. WDNR Research Findings Report No. 38. PUBL-RS-738 95. 8p. Available on the web at: ua.dnr.wi.gov/org/es/science/publications
  • Panuska, J.C. and D.M. Robertson, 1999. Estimating phosphorus concentrations following alum treatment using apparent settling velocity. Journal of Lake and Reserv. Manage. 15: 28-38.
Software Applications

Professional Affiliations

  • Member, American Society of Agricultural Engineers
  • Member, American Water Resources Association, WI Chapter