Assistant Professor & Extension Specialist — Nutrient & Waste Management
Evergreen Building, Room B50
Twin Falls Research and Extension Center
University of Idaho
315 Falls Avenue East
Twin Falls, Idaho 83303-1827
Linda specializes on addressing the needs of stakeholders in southern Idaho related to the impacts of nutrient and livestock waste management and other land management practices on soil health and water quality.
Ph.D., University of Nebraska-Lincoln, 2018
M.S., Iowa State University, 2015
B.S., Iowa State University, 2013
- Impacts of nutrient and manure management on soil health properties
- Conservation practice implementation and assessment
- Improvement of regional nutrient balances
- Utilization of manure and animal by-products in cropping systems
- Schott, L., A. Lagzdins, A.L.M. Daigh, K. Craft, C. Pederson, G. Brenneman, and M.J. Helmers. 2017. Drainage water management effects over five years on water tables, drainage, and yields in southeast Iowa. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation, 72(3): 251-259.
- Schott, L.R., A. Lagzdins, A. Daigh, C. Pederson, G. Brenneman, and M.J. Helmers. 2017. Drainage water management effect on corn planting date in southeast Iowa. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation, 72(6): 564-574.
- Han, G., Y.R. Kandel, L.F.S. Leandro, M.J. Helmers, L.R. Schott, and D.S. Mueller. 2017. Influence of drainage on soybean seedling health. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation, 72(3): 266-271.
- Kaleita, A., L.R. Schott, S.K. Hargreaves, and K.S. Hofmockel. 2017. Differences in soil biological activity by terrain types at the sub-field scale in central Iowa US. PLOS ONE, 12(7): e0180596.
- University of Nebraska-Lincoln Department of Biological Engineering Outstanding Doctoral Student, 2018
- University of Nebraska-Lincoln Preparing Future Faculty Fellow, 2017
- ASABE Pharos of Alexandria Global Learning Award Recipient, 2014