Dr. Warren Anderson
Dr. Warren Anderson
, Professor - Plant and Soil Science
Ph.D. (1978), University of Illinois
M.S. (1974), University of Nebraska
B.S. (1971), University of Nebraska
111 Stark Agriculture Building
School of Agribusiness and Agriscience
Middle Tennessee State University
P.O. Box 5
Murfreesboro, TN 37132
(615) 898-2408 email@example.com
Coach for the Collegiate Soil Judging Team.
Advisor for B.S. in Environmental Science and Technology-Waste Management concentration.
Research interest: Undergraduate research projects in soil-plant relationships dealing
with nitrogen, iron, and oxygen. Courses
ABAS 3340 Soil.
Three Credits. Physical, chemical, and biological properties. REQUIRED FOR ENVIRONMENTAL
ABAS 3350 Soil Fertility and Fertilizer.
Three credits. Prerequisite: ABAS 3340. Use of fertilizer and liming materials in
soil-plant relationships. Lecture/lab.
ABAS 3370 Soil Analysis.
Three credits. Prerequisite: ABAS 3340. Analysis of soils in laboratory. REQUIRED
FOR ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE MAJORS. Lecture/Lab.
ABAS 3630 Forestry.
Three credits. Culture, conservation, management, and utilization of forest stands.
ABAS 3700 Agricultural Chemicals in Soil Environments.
Three credits. Prerequisites: BIOL 1110, 1120, and CHEM 1010 plus lab and 1020 plus
lab or approval of instructor. Characteristics, use, mode of action, degradation,
and environmental impact of fertilizers and pesticides used in agriculture; environmental
safeguards imposed by federal and state regulations on chemical use.
ABAS 4340 Soil Formation and Remediation.
Three credits. Prerequisite: ABAS 3340. The relation of climate, plant and animal
life, geological formations, and land forms to soil genesis and remediation. Lecture/lab.
ABAS 4350 Soil Survey and Land Use.
Three credits. Prerequisite: ABAS 3340 or approval of instructor. Soil properties
used to determine suitability for land use. Lecture/lab.
ABAS 4370 Soil and Water Conservation.
Three credits. Principles and practices of soil and water conservation in rural and
urban environments. Lecture/lab.
ABAS 4390 Urban and Sports Turf Soils.
Three credits. Prerequisite: ABAS 3340 or 4330. Describe, design, manage, and evaluate
urban and sports turf soils Dr. Anderson's class projects with rain gardens
- Stones River Watershed Association
; MWSD Stormwater MTSU Conservation Plan
- Students in ABAS 4370 (Soil and Water Conservation) for the Spring 2010 prepared
this report on their conservation activities on campus. The report covers an area
north of MTSU Blvd., east of Founders Lane, and west of Rutherford Blvd. Their work
was funded by a Sustainable Campus Grant through Student Affairs. Photos Urban & Sport Turf Rutherford County Land Judging Contest Natural Resource Links
Soil Science Society of America USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service Careers with USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service National Society of Consulting Soil Scientists Society of American Foresters Environmental Protection Agency American Society of Agronomy Environmental Careers Organization