Dr. Michael B. Jenkins

United States Department of Agriculture-Agricultural Research Service, USA

Research Microbiologist and Lead Scientist





1984 Ph.D., Oregon State University, USA

1979 M.S., Oregon State University, USA

1966 B.A., University of California, USA


Publications (Selected)

  1. Endale, D.M., H.H. Schomberg, D.S. Fisher, M.B. Jenkins. 2014 Curve numbers from conventional and no-till cropping: A 39-yr dataset from a small Georgia Piedmont watershed. Transactions of ASABE. (Accepted 03/12/2015).
  2. Jenkins, M.B., M.P. Adams, D.M. Endale, D.S. Fisher, R.R. Lowrance, G.L. Newton, and G. Vellidis. 2015. Storm flow dynamics and loads of fecal bacteria associated with ponds in Southern Piedmont and Coastal Plain watersheds with animal agriculture. Agricultural Water Management.148:97-105.
  3. Jenkins, M.B., C.C. Truman, D.H. Franklin, T.L. Potter, D.D. Bosch, T.C. Strickland, and R.C. Nuti. 2014. Fecal bacterial losses in runoff from conventional and no-till Pearl Millet fertilized with broiler litter. Agricultural Water Management. 134:38-41.
  4. Shanks, O.C., C.A. Kelty, L. Peed, M. Sivaganesan, T. Mooney, and M. Jenkins. 2014. Age-related shifts in the density and distribution of genetic marker water quality indicators in cow and calf feces. Applied and Environmental Microbiology. 80:1588-1594.
  5. Schomberg, H.H., D.S. Fisher, D.W. Reeves, D.M. Endale, R.L. Raper, K.S.U. Jayaratne, G.R. Gamble, and M.B. Jenkins. 2014. Grazing winter rye cover drop in a cotton no-till system: yield and economics. Agronomy Journal. 106:1041-1050.
  6. Jenkins, M.B., H.H. Schomberg, D.M. Endale, D.H. Franklin, and D.S. Fisher. 2014. Hydrologic transport of fecal bacteria attenuated by flue gas desulfurized gypsum. Journal of Environmental Quality. 43:297-302.
  7. Endale, D.M., H.H. Schomberg, D.S. Fisher, D.H. Franklin, and M.B. Jenkins. 2014. Flue gas desulfurized gypsum: Implication for runoff and nutrient losses associated with broiler litter use on pastures on Ultisols. Journal of Environmental Quality. 43:281-289.
  8. Vereen, E., Jr., R.R. Lowrance, M.B. Jenkins, P. Adams, S. Rajeev, and E.K. Lipp. 2013. Landscape and seasonal factors influence Salmonella and Campylobacter prevalence in a rural mixed use watershed. Water Research 47: 6075-6085.
  9. Jenkins, M.B., J.L. Liotta, and D.D. Bowman. 2013. Inactivation kinetics of Cryptosporidium parvum oocsyts in a swine waste lagoon and spray field. Journal of Parasitology 99:337-342.
  10. Franklin, D.H., C.C. Truman, T.L. Potter, D.D. Bosch, T.C. Strickland, M.B. Jenkins, and R.C. Nuti. 2012. Nutrient losses in runoff from conventional and no-till pearl millet on pre-wetted Ultisols fertilized with broiler litter. Agricultural Water Management 113:38-44.
  11. Jenkins, M.B., D.M. Endale, D.S. Fisher, M. Paige Adams, Richard Lowrance, G. Larry Newton, and George Vellidis. 2012. Survival dynamics of fecal bacteria in ponds in agricultural watersheds of the Piedmond and Coastal Plain of Georgia. Water Research 46:176-186.
  12. Schomberg, H.H., D.M. Endale, M.B. Jenkins, and D.S. Fisher. 2011. Nutrient Source and Tillage Influences on Nitrogen Availability in a Corn Cropping System on a Southern Piedmont Soil. Biology and Fertility of Soil 47:823-831.
  13. Endale, D.M., D.S. Fisher, L.B. Owens, M.B. Jenkins, H.H. Schomberg. 2011. Runoff water quality during drought in a zero-order Georgia Piedmond pasture: nitrogen and total organic carbon. Journal of Environmental Quality 40:969-979.
  14. Jenkins, M.B., D.S. Fisher, D.M. Endale, and P. Adams. 2011. Comparative die-off of Escherichia coli 0157:H7 and fecal indicator bacteria in pond water. Environmental Science and Technology 45:1853-1858.
  15. Shanks, Orin C., Catherine A. Kelty, Shawn Archibeque, Michael Jenkins, Ryan J. Newton, Sandra L. McLellan, Susan M. Huse, and Mitchell L. Sogin. 2011. Community structure of cattle fecal bacteria from different animal feeding operations. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 77:2992-3001.

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