Dan Sullivan

Professor, Nutrient Management
dan.sullivan [at] oregonstate.edu

Office: 541-737-5715

Agricultural & Life Sciences

Agricultural & Life Sciences 3045

2750 SW Campus Way

2750 SW Campus Way
Corvallis, OR 97331

Program Goals

  1. Investigating and improving on-farm management practices for organic nutrient sources such as manure, municipal biosolids, and compost
  2. Providing Extension clientele and students with actionable research-based information to guide soil fertility and nutrient management decisions

Projected Program Outcomes

  1. Enhanced profitability for farmers
  2. Protection of surface and groundwater from nitrogen and phosphorus contamination
  3. More recycling of nutrients, less waste to be burned or landfilled
  4. Improved soil quality
Curriculum Vitae: 

Profile Field Tabs

Affiliated with: 
Crop and Soil Science
Courses Taught: 

SOIL 515 - Soil Fertility Management (Syllabus)

My Publications


Journal Article

D. M. Sullivan, Bary, A. I., Cogger, C. G., and Shearin, T. E., Predicting Biosolids Application Rates for Dryland Wheat across a Range of Northwest Climate Zones, Communications in Soil Science and Plant Analysis, vol. 40, no. 11-12, pp. 1770 - 1789, 2009.
J. M. Hart, Sullivan, D. M., Gamroth, M. J., Downing, T., and Peters, A., Silage corn: western Oregon, Extension Service, Oregon State University, 2009.
A. Wolf, Jr, P. Moore, Kleinman, P., and Sullivan, D. M., Water-extractable phosphorus in animal manure and biosolids, Methods of Phosphorus Analysis for Soils, Sediments, Residuals, and Waters, 2009.