Daniel Line

Extension Specialist

  • 919-515-8243
  • Weaver Administration Bldg 200B

Education

M.S. 1998

Agricultural Engineering

Pennsylvania State University

B.S. 1994

Agricultural Engineering

Pennsylvania State University

Research Description

Water quality monitoring and modeling and BMP evaluation

Publications

A Bayesian total uncertainty analysis framework for assessment of management practices using watershed models
Tasdighi, A., Arabi, M., Harmel, D., & Line, D. (2018), ENVIRONMENTAL MODELLING & SOFTWARE, 108, 240–252. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.envsoft.2018.08.006
Effectiveness of livestock exclusion in a pasture of Central North Carolina
Line, D. E., Osmond, D. L., & Childres, W. (2016), Journal of Environmental Quality, 45(6), 1926–1932. https://doi.org/10.2134/jeq2016.03.0089
Runoff and pollutant export from a LID subdivision in North Carolina
Line, D. E., & White, N. M. (2016), Journal of Environmental Engineering (New York, N.Y.), 142(1).
Effects of livestock exclusion and stream restoration on the water quality of a North Carolina stream
Line, D. E. (2015), Transactions of the ASABE, 58(6), 1547–1557.
Metrics for assessing thermal performance of stormwater control measures
Wardynski, B. J., Winston, R. J., Line, D. E., & Hunt, W. F. (2014), Ecological Engineering, 71, 551–562. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ecoleng.2014.07.068
Estimating suspended solids from turbidity in the Robeson Creek, NC watershed
Line, D. E., Hall, K. R., & Blackwell, J. D. (2013), Journal of the American Water Resources Association, 49(6), 1412–1420.
Effectiveness of LID for commercial development in North Carolina
, (2012). Journal of Environmental Engineering (New York, N.Y.), 138(6), 680–688.
LID treatment train: Pervious concrete with subsurface storage in series with bioretention and care with seasonal high water tables
Brown, R. A., Line, D. E., & Hunt, W. F. (2012), Journal of Environmental Engineering (New York, N.Y.), 138(6), 689–697. https://doi.org/10.1061/(asce)ee.1943-7870.0000506
Bioretention outflow: Does it mimic nonurban watershed shallow Interflow?
DeBusk, K. M., Hunt, W. F., & Line, D. E. (2011), Journal of Hydrologic Engineering, 16(3), 274–279. https://doi.org/10.1061/(asce)he.1943-5584.0000315
Constructed storm-water wetland installation and maintenance: are we getting it right?
, (2011). Journal of Irrigation and Drainage Engineering, 137(8), 469–474.

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Grants

City of Greensboro Stream and Lake Protection Project: Part II
Withers & Ravenel(6/07/18 - 9/30/19)
Stormwater Runoff Monitoring and Analysis for Aviation Mode Facilities
NC Department of Transportation(8/01/18 - 7/31/20)
Upper Durant Lake Retrofit Alternatives Analysis
Raleigh, NC(1/19/18 - 6/30/19)
Flood Abatement for Neuse, Tar, and Lumber Rivers
NC Department of Transportation(2/01/18 - 12/31/19)
Evaluation of Nutrient Reduction Crediting Strategies for Stream Restoration
US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)(10/01/17 - 8/31/18)
Town of Windsor Flood Reduction Feasibility Study
Bertie County(6/01/17 - 6/30/18)
Demonstration and Evaluation of Regenerative Stormwater Conveyance (RSC) as a BMP to Reduce Nutrient Pollution from Agricultural Sources to Surface Waters
NC Department of Justice(6/01/17 - 6/01/20)
Efficacy of linear wetlands to treat agricultural drainage water in the Little River watershed
US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)(3/01/16 - 12/31/18)
In-stream wetlands as part of the Little River watershed restoration project
NC Clean Water Management Trust Fund(1/01/16 - 6/30/19)
City of Greensboro Stream and Lake Protection Project
Greensboro, NC(12/01/14 - 2/28/18)