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Wind Pubs 1970s

1095

Hagen, L.J. and E.L. Skidmore. Windbreak drag as influenced by porosity. Trans. ASAE. 14(3):464-465; 1971.

1097

Skidmore, E.L. and L.J. Hagen. Evaporation in sheltered areas as influenced by windbreak porosity. Agric. Meteorol. 7:363-374; 1970.

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Skidmore, E.L., H.S. Jacobs, L.J. Hagen, and W.L. Powers. Micrometeorological investigation of the energy budget: Effect of summer winds. Kans. Water Resources Res. Insti. Mimeo. Project Completion Rpt., 61 pp.; 1970.

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Woodruff, N.P. Closure "Sediment measurement techniques: E. Airborne sediment". J. Hydraulics Div., Proc. of ASCE, Vol. 97, No. HY1, Proc. Paper 7783, pp. 173-174; January 1971.

1115

Disrud, L.A. and R.K. Krauss. Examining the process of soil detachment from clods exposed to wind-driven simulated rainfall. Trans. ASAE. 14(1):90-92; 1971.

1116

Lyles, L., L.A. Disrud, and R.K. Krauss. Turbulence intensity as influenced by surface roughness and mean velocity in a wind tunnel boundary layer. Trans. ASAE. 14(2):285-289; 1971.

1124

Hagen, L.J. and E.L. Skidmore. Turbulent velocity fluctuations and vertical flow as affected by windbreak porosity. Trans. ASAE. 14(4):634-637; 1971.

1125

Disrud, L.A. Magnitude, probability, and effect on kinetic energy of winds associated with rains of Kansas. Trans. ASAE. 73(2):237-246, 1970.

1130

Skidmore, E.L., P.S. Fisher, and N.P. Woodruff. Wind erosion equation: Computer solution and application. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. Proc. 34(5):931-935; 1970.

1134

Woodruff, N.P., L. Lyles, F.H. Siddoway, and D.W. Fryrear. How to control wind erosion. USDA, ARS Agric. Inf. Bul. No. 354, 22 pp.; June 1972.

1137

Skidmore, E.L. Approach to regional research on evapotranspiration in the Great Plains. Proc. of the Great Plains Evapotranspiration Seminar, Bushland, Texas, Great Plains Agric. Counc. Pub. No. 50, pp. 395-398; 1970.

1139

Fisher, P.S. and E.L. Skidmore. WEROS: A Fortran IV program to solve the wind erosion equation. USDA, ARS 41-174, 13 pp.; October 1970.

1140

Armbrust, D.V. and J.D. Dickerson. Temporary wind erosion control: Cost and effectiveness of 34 commercial materials. J. Soil and Water Conserv. 26(4):154-157; 1971.

1143

Skidmore, E.L. and L.J. Hagen. Evapotranspiration and the aerial environment as influenced by windbreaks. Proc. Great Plains Evapotranspiration Seminar, Bushland, Texas, Great Plains Agric. Counc. Pub. No. 50, pp. 339-368; 1970.

1159

Lyles, L. and R.K. Krauss. Threshold velocities and initial particle motion as influenced by air turbulence. Trans. ASAE. 14(3):563-566; 1971.

1160

Skidmore, E.L. and L.J. Hagen. Potential evaporation as influenced by barrier-induced microclimate. Ecological Studies. 4:237-244, 1973, Springer-Verlag, New York.

1182

Skidmore, E.L., H.S. Jacobs, and L.J. Hagen. Microclimate modification by slat-fence windbreaks. Agron. J. 64(2):160-162; 1972.

1186

Lyles, L. and N.P. Woodruff. Boundary-layer flow structure: Effects on detachment of noncohesive particles. Chapt. 2, pp. 1-16, Sedimentation (Einstein) by H.W. Shen; Fall 1971.

1194

Armbrust, D.V. Recovery and nutrient content of sandblasted soybean seedlings. Agron. J. 64:707-708; 1972.

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Greb, B.W., D.E. Smika, N.P. Woodruff, and C.J. Whitfield. Summer fallow in the Central Great Plains. USDA, ARS, Conserv. Research Rpt. No. 17, Chapt. 4, pp. 51-85; April 1974.

1210

Lyles, L. and R.L. Schrandt. Wind erodibility as influenced by rainfall and soil salinity. Soil Sci. 114(5):367-372; 1972.

1212

Armbrust, D.V. and G.M. Paulsen. Effect of wind and sandblast injury on nitrate accumulation and on nitrate reductase activity in soybean seedlings. Comm. in Soil Sci. and Plant Analys. 4(3):197-204; 1973.

1250

Woodruff, N.P. Wind erosion as affected by reduced tillage systems. Proc. No-Tillage Sys. Sympos., Columbus, Ohio, pp. 5-20; February 1972.

1257

Hagen, L.J. and N.P. Woodruff. Air pollution from dust storms in the Great Plains. Proc. 27th Annual Mtg. Soil Conserv. Soc. Am., Portland, Oregon, pp. 145-151, 1972, and Atmos. Environ. 7:323-332, 1973.

1260

Hagen, L.J., E.L. Skidmore, and J.D. Dickerson. Designing narrow strip barrier systems to control wind erosion. J. Soil and Water Conserv. 27(6):269-272; 1972.

1286

Claflin, L.E., D.L. Stuteville and D.V. Armbrust. Windblown soil in the epidemiology of bacterial leaf spot of alfalfa and common blight of beans. Phytopathology. 63(11):1417-1419, 1973.

1289

Woodruff, N.P. and L.J. Hagen. Dust in the Great Plains. Great Plains Agric. Counc. Pub. No. 60, pp. 241-258; July 1972.

1318

Skidmore, E.L., L.J. Hagen, D.G. Naylor, and I.D. Teare. Winter wheat response to barrier-induced microclimate. Agron J. 66:501-505; 1974.

1319

Lyles, L., R.L. Schrandt, and N.F. Schmeidler. How aerodynamic roughness elements control sand movement. Trans. ASAE. 17(1):134-139; 1974.

1329

Hagen, L.J. and N.P. Woodruff. Particulate loads caused by wind erosion in the Great Plains. APCA J. 25(8):860-861; 1975.

1332

Woodruff, N.P. and F.H. Siddoway. Wind erosion control. Proc. Nat'l. Conserv. Tillage Conf., Des Moines, Iowa, pp. 156-162; March 1973.

1341

Lyles, L., N.F. Schmeidler, and N.P. Woodruff. Stubble requirements in field strips to trap windblown soil. Kansas Agriculture Experimental Station Research Publication, 164, 22 pp. June, 1973.

1351

Hagen, L.J. and E.L. Skidmore. Reducing turbulent transfer to increase water-use efficiency. Agric. Meteorol. 14:153-168; 1974.

1368

Armbrust, D.V., G.M. Paulsen, and R. Ellis, Jr. Physiological responses to wind- and sandblast-damaged winter wheat plants. Agron. J. 66:421-423; 1974.

1377

Woodruff, N.P., L. Lyles, J.D. Dickerson, and D.V. Armbrust. Using cattle feedlot manure to control wind erosion. J. Soil and Water Conserv. 29(3):127-129; 1974.

1382

Greig, J.K., N. Bokhari, D.V. Armbrust, and L.C. Anderson. Residual effects of wind- and sandblast-damage on tomato plants at different stages of development. J. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci. 99(6):530-534; 1974.

1383

Armbrust, D.V. and L. Lyles. Soil stabilizers to control wind erosion. SSSA Special Pub. No. 7, Soil Conditioners, pp. 77-82; 1975.

1386

Lyles, L., J.D. Dickerson, and N.F. Schmeidler. Soil detachment from clods by rainfall: Effects of wind, mulch cover, and initial soil moisture. Trans. ASAE. 17(4):697-700; 1974.

1398

Lyles, L., R.L. Schrandt, and N.F. Schmeidler. Commercial soil stabilizers for temporary wind-erosion control. Trans. ASAE. 17(6):1015-1019; 1974.

1400

Eversmeyer, M.G. and E.L. Skidmore. Wheat leaf and stem rust development near a wind barrier. Plant Disease Reporter 58(5):459-463; 1974.

1402

Dickerson, J.D. and N.P. Woodruff. Establishing windbreaks in semiarid areas by altering the microclimate or supplying additional water. Proc. Water Harvesting Symp., Phoenix, Arizona, pp. 302-309; March 1974.

1408

Skidmore, E.L., J.D. Dickerson, and F. Schimmelpfennig. Evaluating surface-soil water content by measuring reflectance. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. Proc. 39(2):238-242; 1975.

1421

Lyles, L. and B.E. Allison. Wind erosion: Uniformly spacing nonerodible elements eliminates effects of wind-direction variability. J. Soil and Water Conserv. 30(5):225-226; 1975.

1443

Skidmore, E.L., L.J. Hagen, and I.D. Teare. Wind barriers most beneficial at intermediate stress. Crop Sci. 15:443-445; 1975.

1448

Hagen, L.J., L. Lyles, and J.D. Dickerson. Soil detachment from clods by simulated rain and hail. Trans. ASAE. 18(3):540-543; 1975.

1452

Skidmore, E.L. A wind erosion equation: Development, application, and limitations. In: ERDA Symp. Series 38, Atmosphere-Surface Exchange of Particulate and Gaseous Pollutants (1974), pp. 452-465; 1976.

1454

Disrud, L.A. and L.T. Fan. A stochastic model for momentum transfer in wind erosion -- a surface renewal concept. In: ERDA Symp. Series No. 38, Atmosphere-Surface Exchange of Particulate and Gaseous Pollutants (1974), pp. 528-539; 1976.

1457

Manam, R., I.D. Teare, W.L. Powers, and E.L. Skidmore. Nitrate reductase activity of soybeans in relation to other indicators of water stress. Phyton 35(2):189-194, XI; 1977.

1461

Skidmore, E.L., W.A. Carstenson, and E.E. Banbury. Soil changes resulting from cropping. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. Proc. 39(5):964-967; 1975.

1466

Lyles, L. Possible effects of wind erosion on soil productivity. J. Soil and Water Conserv. 30(6):279-283; 1975.

1496

Lyles, L. and B.E. Allison. Wind erosion: The protective role of simulated standing stubble. Trans. ASAE. 19(1):61-64; 1976.

1507

Dickerson, J.D., N.P. Woodruff, and E.E. Banbury. Techniques for improving tree survival and growth in semiarid areas. J. Soil and Water Conserv. 31(2):63-66; 1976.

1508

Fryrear, D.W., D.V. Armbrust, and J.D. Downes. Plant response to wind-erosion damage. Proc. 30th Annual Meeting of Soil Conserv. Soc. Am., San Antonio, Texas, pp. 144-146; August 1975.

1510

Skidmore, E.L. and L.J. Hagen. Sheltering of 3-dwarf by taller 2-dwarf grain sorghum. [phi][upsilon]ton 36(1):7-14; 1978.

1523

Woodruff, N.P. Wind erosion research--past, present, and future. Proc. 30th Annual Mtg. Soil Conserv. Soc. Am., San Antonio, Texas, pp. 147-152; August 1975.

1528

Woodruff, N.P., J.D. Dickerson, E.E. Banbury, A.B. Erhart, and M.C. Lundquist. Selected trees and shrubs evaluated for single-row windbreaks in the Central Plains. USDA, ARS-NC-37, 15 pp.; February 1976.

1545

Armbrust, D.V. Chemical tests to evaluate plant sandblast damage. Agron. J. 69:523-525; 1977.

1550

Skidmore, E.L. Surface-soil water content. In: Encyclopedia of Earth Science Series' Rhoades W. Fairbridge and Charles W. Finkl, Jr. (eds.), Vol. XII, Soil Science - Part 1, pp. 544-551; 1979.

1558-B

Skidmore, E.L. Wind erosion. In: Encyclopedia of Earth Science Series, Rhoades W. Fairbridge and Charles W. Finkl, Jr. (eds.), Vol. XII, Soil Science - Part 1, pp. 608-615; 1979.

1562-J

Fan, L.T. and L.A. Disrud. Transient wind erosion -- a study of the nonstationary effect on rate of wind erosion. Soil Sci. 124(1):61-65; 1977.

1564-A

Lyles, L. Wind patterns and soil erosion on the Great Plains. In: Proc. Symp. "Shelterbelts on the Great Plains," Great Plains Agric. Counc. Pub. No. 78, pp. 22-30; 1976.

1569-A

Skidmore, E.L. Barrier-induced microclimate and its influence on growth and yield of winter wheat. In: Proc. Sympo. "Shelterbelts on the Great Plains," Great Plains Agric. Counc. Pub. No. 78, pp. 57-63; 1976.

1574-A

Lyles, L. Wind erosion: Processes and effect on soil productivity. Trans. ASAE. 20(5):880-884; 1977.

1576-A

Lyles, L. Soil detachment and aggregate disintegration by wind-driven rain. In: Soil Erosion: Prediction and Control, SCSA Special Pub. No. 21, pp. 152-159; 1976.

1577-A

Hagen, L.J. Windbreak design for optimum wind erosion control. In: Proc. Symp. "Shelterbelts on the Great Plains," Great Plains Agric. Counc. Pub. No. 78, pp. 31-36; 1976.

1590-A

Lyles, L. and L.P. Swanson. Advances in wind and water erosion control. Proc. Conserv. Tillage Workshop, Great Plains Agric. Counc. Pub. No. 77, pp. 13-32, Fort Collins, Colorado; August 1976.

1599-A

Skidmore, E.L. and L.J. Hagen. Reducing wind erosion with barriers. Trans. ASAE. 20(5):911-915; 1977.

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Fryrear, D.W. and L. Lyles. Wind erosion research accomplishments and needs. Trans. ASAE. 20(5):916-918; 1977.

1600-A

Armbrust, D.V. A review of mulches to control wind erosion. Trans. ASAE. 20(5):904-905, 910; 1977.

1601-A

Hagen, L.J. and E.L. Skidmore. Wind erosion and visibility problems. Trans. ASAE. 20(5):898-903; 1977.

1606-A

Skidmore, E.L. and F.H. Siddoway. Crop residue requirements to control wind erosion. In Crop Residue Management Systems, ASA Special Pub. No. 31, Chapt. 2, pp. 17-33; 1978.

1647-A

Skidmore, E.L. Criteria for assessing wind erosion. In: FAO Soils Bul. No. 34, Assessing Soil Degradation, pp. 52-62; 1977.

1661-J

Precheur, R., J.K. Greig, and D.V. Armbrust. The effects of wind and wind-plus-sand on tomato plants (Lycopersicon esculentum L.). J. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci. 103(3):351-355, 1978.

1669-A

Skidmore, E.L. Tillage research needed to reduce wind erosion. In: Research Progress and Needs: Conservation Tillage, ARS-NC-57, pp. 52-57; 1977.

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Voorhees, W.B., R.A. Young, and L. Lyles. Wheel traffic considerations in erosion research. Trans. ASAE. 22(4):786-790; 1979.

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Lindstrom, M.J., E.L. Skidmore, S.C. Gupta, and C.A. Onstad. Soil conservation limitations on removal of crop residues for energy production. J. Environ. Quality 8(4):533-537; 1979.

78-128-J

Lyles, L. and B.E. Allison. Wind profile parameters and turbulence intensity over several roughness element geometries. Trans. ASAE. 22(2):334-338, 343; 1979.

78-232-J

Armbrust, D.V. Wind-and sandblast-damage to tobacco plants at various growth stages. Tobacco Sci. XXIII:117-119 and Tobacco Int'l. 181(20):63-65; 1979.

78-362-A

Hagen, L.J., L. Lyles, and E.L. Skidmore. Application of wind energy to Great Plains irrigation pumping. USDA, SEA, AAT-NC-4, 20 pp., January 1980 and DOE/SEA-3707-20741/80/1, October 1979.

78-366-J

Skidmore, E.L., M. Kumar, and W.E. Larson. Crop residue management for wind erosion control in the Great Plains. J. Soil and Water Conserv. 34(2):90-96; 1979.

 
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