James A. Entry0000-0001-8067-0706
James A. Entry holds a Ph.D. degree. He is an ecologist assigned to the National Park Service Everglades Program Team. He works with the technical oversight committee on technical and legal issues concerning Everglades National Park and ARM Loxhatachee National Wildlife Refuge water quality. He reviews and analyzes water quality data and trends, makes recommendations to park and refuge managers based on the analysis, and assesses storm water treatment performance and their potential impact on the quality of water delivered to the refuge and park ecology. He is a USDA Agricultural Research Service scientist and was responsible for research on survival and movement of enteric bacteria in soils, surface flow, and groundwater; source tracking to determine the source of bacterial contamination in surface water; efficacy of polyacrylamide and related compounds to remove bacteria and nutrients from animal wastewater; influence of irrigated agriculture on organic and inorganic carbon sequestration in soils; and development of matrix-based fertilizer to minimize nutrient leaching and runoff.
Biography Updated on 10 October 2009