Development and Validation of a Quantitative Phosphorus Loss Assessment Tool
Development and validation of an easy to use SWAT model interface to allow conservation planners to evaluate the effects of field management on phosphorus and sediment loss from individual fields. Validated across the southern US with 283 field years of measured data with emphasis on animal manures. Applicable to the State of Oklahomaonly.
Development and Validation of a Quantitative Phosphorus Loss Assessment Tool 2007 PhD Dissertation
PPM Plus: A Tool to Aid in Nutrient Management Plan Development ( Oklahoma Cooperative Extension Service Publication)
Monitoring Edge of Field P Loss to Validate P Loss Index for the Spavinaw Creek Watershed (Report)
A Quantitative Phosphorus Index for Conservation and Nutrient Management Plan Development ( Poster Oklahoma City, OK 2007)
Quantitative P Index Development to Meet Numeric Water Quality Standards ( Poster Ithaca, NY 2007)
Proposed Updates to the Soil and Water Assessment Tool (SWAT) Phosphorus Model. ( Poster Ithaca, NY 2007)