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1969 



1093

Skidmore, E.L. Modifying the microclimate with wind barriers.  Proceedings of seminar "Modifying the Soil and Water Environment for Approaching the Agricultural Potential of the Great Plains," Great Plains Agriculture Council.  Pub. No. 34, Vol. 1, pp. 107-120; March 1969.

1090

Dickerson, J.D. and N.P. Woodruff.  Trees, shrubs, and annual crops for wind barriers in central and wester Kansas--an interim report of growth, survival, and shelter effect.  Kansas Agriculture Experimental Station.  Tech. Bulletin No. 153, 30 pp.; December 1969.

 

1089

Woodruff, N.P. Control of airborne pollutants. Proc. of seminar "Modifying the Soil and Water Environment for Approaching the Agricultural Potential of the Great Plains," Great Plains Agric. Counc. Pub. No. 34, Vol. 1, pp. 129-146; March 1969. 

1077

Lyles, L., D.V. Armbrust, J.D. Dickerson, and N.P. Woodruff. Spray-on adhesives for temporary wind erosion control. J. Soil and Water Conserv. 24(5):190-193; 1969.

1064

Adriano, D.C., D.V. Armbrust, and L.S. Murphy. Foliar absorption of urea by sandblasted wheat seedlings. Agronomy Journal. 61:575-576; 1969.

1054

Armbrust, D.V., J.D. Dickerson, and J.K. Greig. Effect of soil moisture on the recovery of sandblasted tomato seedlings. J. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci. 94(3):214-217; 1969.

1051

Skidmore, E.L., H.S. Jacobs, and W.L. Powers. Potential evapotranspiration as influenced by wind. Agronomy Journal. 61:543-546; 1969.

1044

Disrud, L.A., L. Lyles, and E.L. Skidmore. How wind affects the size and shape of raindrops. Journal of the ASAE. Agric. Engin. 50(10):617; 1969. 

1039

Twiss, P.C., E. Suess, and R.M. Smith. Morphological classification of grass phytoliths. Soil Science Society of America Proceedings. 33(1):109-115; 1969.

1034

Krauss, R.K. and R.M. Smith. Variability in atmospheric dust sampling. Transactions of Kansas Academy of Science. 72(2):167-176; 1969.

1004

Lyles, L., L.A. Disrud, and N.P. Woodruff. Effects of soil physical properties, rainfall characteristics, and wind velocity on clod disintegration by simulated rainfall. Soil Science Society of America Proceedings. 33(2):302-306; 1969.

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Woodruff, N.P., J.D. Dickerson, E.L. Skidmore, C.R. Amerman, D. Curwen, A.E. Peterson, G. Waddell, and J. Tuschl. A study of wind erosion in central Wisconsin. Mimeographed Report, 51 pp.; August 1969. 

1968  

1035

Twiss, P.C. Dust accumulation in the Great Plains. Conserv. Tillage Workshop Proc., Lincoln, Nebraska, Great Plains Agric. Counc. Pub. No. 32, pp. 137-137j; 1968.


1031

Woodruff, N.P. and D.V. Armbrust. A monthly climatic factor for the wind erosion equation. J. Soil and Water Conserv. 23(3):103-104; May-June 1968.


 

1020

Woodruff, N.P. Advances in wind erosion control in the Great Plains. Conservation Tillage Workshop Proc., Lincoln, Nebraska, Great Plains Agric. Counc. Pub. No. 32, pp. 27-36; February 1968.

1015

Brown, M.J., R.K. Krauss, and R.M. Smith. Dust deposition and weather. Weatherwise. 21(2):66-69, 94, 1968.

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Woodruff, N.P., B.L. Schmidt, ElL. Skidmore, J.D. Dickerson, R.L. Meeker, and L.M. Feusner. 1968. A study of wind erosion in northwestern Ohio. Report. 55 pp.

995

Smith, R.M. and R. Yates. Renewal, erosion, and net change functions in soil conservation science. Trans. 9th Intern. Congress Soil Sci., Adelaide, Australia 4:743-753; 1968.

984

Skidmore, E.L. and N.P. Woodruff. Wind erosion forces in the United States and their use in predicting soil loss. USDA, ARS, Agriculture Handbook No. 346, 42 pp.; April 1968.

1967

 

1011

Woodruff, N.P. and L. Lyles. Tillage and land modification to control wind erosion. Tillage for Greater Crop Production Conference Proc., ASAE Publication PROC-168, pp. 63-67, 70; December 1967.

970

Dickerson, J.D., N.P. Woodruff, and C.R. Fenster. Power requirements and cloddiness and residue conservation characteristics of some stubble-mulch tillage implements. Kans. Agr. Exp. Sta. Tech Bul. 152, June 1967.

960

Lyles, L. and J.D. Dickerson. General design criteria for impact tools to increase cloddiness potential and reduce wind erodibility of sandy loam soils. Trans. ASAE. 10(2):220-222; 1967.

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Mech, S.J. and N.P Woodruff. Wind erosion on irrigated lands. Agron. Monograph No. 11, Irrigation of Agricultural Lands, Am. Soc. Agron. pp. 976-973; 1967.


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Lyles, L. Effect of dryland leveling on soil moisture storage and grain sorghum yield. Trans. ASAE. 10(4):523-525; 1967.

 

1966

 

959

Woodruff, N.P., C.R. Fenster, W.W. Harris, and M. Lundquist. 1966. Stubble-mulch tillage and planting in crop residue in the Great Plains. Trans. ASAE. 9(6):849-853.

948

Woodruff, N.P. Wind erosion mechanics and control. Proc. First Pan American Congress of Soil Conservation, pp. 253-262, Sao Paulo, Brazil; April 1966.

940

Skidmore, E.L., N.L. Nossaman, and N.P. Woodruff.  Wind erosion as influenced by row spacing, row direction, and grain sorghum population.  Soil Science Society of America Proceedings. 30(4):505-509; 1966.

939

Skidmore, E.L. Wind and sandblast injury to seedling green beans. Agronomy Journal. 58:311-315; 1966.

1965

903

Smith, R.M. and P.C. Twiss. 1965. Extensive gaging of dust deposition rates. Trans. of the Kansas Academy of Science. 68(2):311-321.

901

Skidmore, E.L. Assessing wind erosion forces: Directions and relative magnitudes. Soil Science Society of America Proceedings. 29(5):587-590; 1965.

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Anonymous. Can we utilize dust? Agric. Res. 13(11):13; May 1965.

899

Smith, R.M. and W.L. Stamey.  Determining the range of tolerable erosion.  Soil Sci. 100(6):414-424; 1965.

897

Woodruff, N.P. and F.H. Siddoway.  A wind erosion equation.  Soil Sci. Soc. Am. Proc. 29(5):602-608; 1965.

881

Siddoway, F.H., W.S. Chepil, and D.V. Armbrust. 1965. Effect of kind, amount, and placement of residue on wind erosion control. Trans. ASAE. 8(3):327-331.

870

Bowers, S.A. and R.J. Hanks. Reflection of radiant energy from soils. Soil Sci. 100(2):130-138; 1965.

849

Fenster, C.R., N.P. Woodruff, W.S. Chepil, and F.H. Siddoway. Performance of tillage implements in a stubble mulch system: III. Effects of tillage sequences on residues, soil cloddiness, weed control, and wheat yield. Agronomy Journal. 57:52-55; 1965.

848

Woodruff, N.P., C.R. Fenster, W.S. Chepil, and F.H. Siddoway. Performance of tillage implements in a stubble mulch system: II. Effects on soil cloddiness. Agronomy Journal. 57:49-51; 1965.

847

Woodruff, N.P., C.R. Fenster, W.S. Chepil, and F.H. Siddoway. Performance of tillage implements in a stubble mulch system: I. Residue conservation. Agronomy Journal. 57:45-49; 1965.

804

Chepil, W.S. Transport of soil and snow by wind. Am. Met. Soc., Chapt. 7, "Agricultural Meteorology," Meteorological Monographs 6(28):123-132; 1965.

755

Kemper, W.D. and W.S. Chepil. Size distribution of aggregates. ASA Monograph, Series No. 9, Methods of Soil Analysis, Part I, pp. 499-510; 1965.


 

1964

 

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Fryrear, D.W. Sudangrass and sorghum make best wind barriers. Crops and Soils p. 23; March 1964.

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Woodruff, N.P. Residue maintenance by various types of farm machines. Prepared for "Guide for Wind Erosion Control on Cropland in the Great Plains States." USDA, SCS, pp. 96-97; July 1964.

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Woodruff, N.P. Windbreaks and other wind barriers for wind erosion control. Prepared for "Guide for Wind Erosion Control on Cropland in the Great Plains States." USDA, SCS, pp. 99-101; July 1964.


845

Smith, R. M. and W.L. Stamey. How to establish erosion tolerances. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation. 19(3):110-111; 1964.

838

Armbrust, D.V., W.S. Chepil, and F.H. Siddoway. Effects of ridges on erosion of soil by wind. Soil Science Society of America Proceedings. 28(4):557-560; 1964.

836

Chepil, W.S., F.H. Siddoway, and D.V. Armbrust. Wind erodibility of knolly terrain. J. Soil and Water Conserv. 19(5):179-181; 1964.

811

Chepil, W.S., F.H. Siddoway, and D.V. Armbrust. In the Great Plains prevailing wind erosion direction. J. Soil and Water Conserv. 19(2):67-70; 1964.

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Woodruff, N.P. Wind erosion laboratory finds answers. Soil Conserv. 29(7):152-154; February 1964.

800

Stamey, W.L. and R.M. Smith. A conservation definition of erosion tolerance. Soil Sci. 97(3):183-186; 1964.

 

 

1963

 

809

Chepil, W.S. Function and significance of wind in sedimentology. Proc. of the Federal Inter-Agency Sedimentation Conf., USDA Misc. Pub. No. 970, pp. 89-94; 1963.

801

Chepil, W.S., N.P. Woodruff, F.H. Siddoway, and D.V. Armbrust. Mulches for wind and water erosion control. USDA, ARS 41-84; July 1963.


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Fryrear, D.W. 1963. Annual crops as wind barriers. Trans. ASAE. 6(4):340-342, 352.


796

Woodruff, N.P., D.W. Fryrear, and L. Lyles. Reducing wind velocity with field shelterbelts. Kans. Agric. Expt. Stn. Tech. Bul. No. 131; November 1963.

795

Chepil, W.S. and N.P. Woodruff. The physics of wind erosion and its control. Adv. in Agron. 15:211-302; 1963.

793

Chepil, W.S., F.H. Siddoway, and D.V. Armbrust. Climatic index of wind erosion conditions in the Great Plains. Soil Science Society of America Proceedings. 27(4):449-452; 1963.

789

Hanks, R.J. and S.A. Bowers. Influence of variations in the diffusivity-water content relation on infiltration. Soil Science Society of America Proceedings. 27(3):263-265; 1963.

767

Bowers, S.A., R.J. Hanks, and F.C. Stickler. Distribution of net radiation within sorghum plots. Agronomy Journal. Book note.  55:204-205; 1963.

761

Chepil, W.S., N.P. Woodruff, F.H. Siddoway, D.W. Fryrear, and D.V. Armbrust. Vegetative and nonvegetative materials to control wind and water erosion. Soil Science Society of America Proceedings. 27(1):86-89; 1963.

 

 

1962

 

773

Woodruff, N.P. The relative values and methods of measuring residues. Proc. of the Great Plains Council Workshop on Stubble Mulch Farming, Lincoln, Nebraska; February 1962.

772

Chepil, W.S. Stubble mulching to control erosion. Proc. of the Great Plains Council Workshop on Stubble Mulch Farming, Lincoln, Nebraska; February 1962.

764

Bowers, S.A. and R.J. Hanks. Specific heat capacity of soils and minerals as determined with a radiation calorimeter. Soil Sci. 94(6):392-396; 1962.


 

763

Hanks, R.J. and S.A. Bowers. Numerical solution of the moisture flow equation for infiltration into layered soils. Soil Science Society of America Proceedings. 26(6):530-534; 1962.

752

Chepil, W.S., F.H. Siddoway, and D.V. Armbrust. Climatic factor for estimating wind erodibility of farm fields. J. Soil and Water Conserv. 17(4):162-165; 1962.

746

Chepil, W.S., W.C. Moldenhauer, J.A. Hobbs, N.L. Nossaman, and H.M. Taylor. Deep plowing of sandy soil. USDA, ARS Prod. Res. Rpt. No. 64; December 1962.

714

Chepil, W.S. A compact rotary sieve and the importance of dry sieving in physical soil analysis. Soil Science Society of America Proceedings. 26(1):4-6; 1962.

 

646

Lyles, L. and N.P. Woodruff. How moisture and tillage affect soil cloddiness for wind erosion control. Agric. Engin. 43(3):150-153; 1962.

 

1961

 

729

Niles, J.S. A universal equation for measuring wind erosion. ARS Special Rpt. No. 22-69; June 1961.

715

Chepil, W.S. The use of spheres to mesure lift and drag on wind-eroded soil grains. Soil Sci. Am. Proc. 25(5):343-345;1961.

703

Bowers, S.A. and R.J. Hanks. Effect of DDAC on evaporation and infiltration of soil moisture. Soil Sci. 92(5):340-346; 1961.

694

Hanks, R.J., S.A. Bowers, and L.D. Bark. Influence of soil surface conditions on net radiation, soil temperature, and evaporation. Soil Sci. 91(4):233-238; 1961.

680

Lyles, L. and N.P. Woodruff. Surface soil cloddiness in relation to soil density at time of tillage. Soil Sci. 91:178-182; 1961.

671

Chepil, W.S., N.P. Woodruff, and F.H. Siddoway. How to control soil blowing. USDA Farmers' Bul. No. 2169; July 1961.

1960

 

702

Chepil, W.S. The cycle of wind erosion. Proc. Seventh Intern. Congress of Soil Sci. 1:225-231; 1960.

700

Chepil, W.S., N.P. Woodruff, F.H. Siddoway, and L. Lyles. Anchoring vegetative mulches. Agric. Engin. 41(11):754-755, 759; 1960.

679

Hanks, R.J. Soil crusting and seedling emergence. Seventh Intern. Congress of Soil Sci. 1:340-346; 1960.


670

Lyles, L. and N.P. Woodruff. Abrasive action of windblown soil on plant seedlings. Agronomy Journal. 52:533-536; 1960.


661

Hanks, R.J. and S.A. Bowers. Non-steady-state moisture, temperature, and soil air pressure approximation with an electric simulator. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. Proc. 24(4):247-252; 1960.

655

Lyles, L. and N.P. Woodruff. Moisture control techniques for experimental field plots. Agronomy Journal. 52:298-299; 1960.

654

Chepil, W.S. How to determine required width of field strips to control wind erosion. J. Soil and Water Conserv. 15:72-75; 1960.

649

Chepil, W.S. Conversion of relative field erodibility to annual soil loss by wind. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. Proc. 24(2):143-145; 1960.

642

Chepil, W.S., N.P. Woodruff, and F.H. Siddoway. Soil erosion by wind and measures for its control on agricultural lands. Part of F.A.O. Agricultural Development Paper No. 71, Rome; 1960.

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Chepil, W.S., N.P. Woodruff, F.H. Siddoway, and L. Lyles. Stabilization of soil surfaces against erosion by wind. Dept. of the Navy, Bureau of Yards and Docks, Navdocks Suppl. 1, P-323. Washington, DC; September 1960.

 

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