Charles Maulé

Assistant Dean, Undergraduate Administration, College of Engineering
Professor, Department of Agricultural and Bioresource Engineering, College of Engineering
Professor, School of Environment and Sustainability

(306) 966-4765
charles.maule@usask.ca

Designations

  • Doctor of Philosophy in Soil Science, University of Alberta
  • Master of Science in Soil Science, University of Alberta
  • Bachelor of Science in Zoology, University of British Columbia

Research Interests

Soil hydrology; evapo-transpiration; solute transport; drainage; semi-arid agricultural systems; land-soil conservation; erosion; reclamation; soil-water conservation systems

Recent Grants/Awards

  • Solute transport beneath cattle feedlots

Select Publications

  • Maulé, C., and T.A. Fonstad. 2007. Feedlot Hydrology. Saskatchewan Agricultural Development Fund, Beef Development Fund. May.
  • Priyashantha, K.R.S., C. Maulé, and J. Elliott. 2007. Influence of slope position and hog manure injection on fall soil P and N distribution in an undulating landscape. Transactions of the ASABE. 50(1): 42-52. 
  • Ebrahimi-Birang, N., C. Maulé, and W. Morley. 2006. Calibration of a TDR instrument for simultaneous measurements of soil water and soil electrical conductivity. American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers. 49(1):75-82.
  • Maulé, C., W. Helgason, S. McGinn, and H. Cutworth. 2006. Estimation of standardized reference evapotranspiration on the Canadian Prairies using simple models with limited weather data. Canadian Society for Bioengineering. 48:1.1-1.11 http://www.engr.usask.ca/societies/csae/journal.html.
  • Maulé, C. 2006. Feedlot Hydrology: Interim Report. Saskatchewan Agricultural Development Fund. May.
  • Maulé, C., and J. Elliott. 2006. Effect of Hog Manure Injection Upon Soil Productivity and Water Quality: Part II, Elstow Site. Saskatchewan Agricultural Development Fund. June.
  • Maulé, C., and J. Elliott. 2005. Effect of Hog Manure Injection Upon Soil Productivity and Water Quality: Part I, Perdue Site. Saskatchewan Agricultural Development Fund. October.

Current Courses

  • ENVS 831.3 - Current Issues in Land Reclamation and Remediation

Current Research

  • Solute transport beneath cattle feedlots

Other Courses

  • GE 101.1 - Introduction to Professional Engineering
  • ABE 432.3 - Soil and Water Conservation
  • ABE 481.3 - Sustainability and Environmental Impact Assessment (50%)
  • ABE 822.3 - Soil Hydrology