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Wind Pubs 1949 - 1950s


400

Chepil, W.S. Wind erosion control with shelterbelts in North China. Agron. J. 41:127-129; 1949.

402

Zingg, A.W. A study of the movement of surface wind. Agric. Engin. 30:11-13, 19; 1949.

403

Zingg, A.W. and W.S. Chepil. Aerodynamics of wind erosion. Agric. Engin. 31:279-282, 284; 1950.

410

Chepil, W.S. Properties of soil which influence wind erosion: I. The governing principle of surface roughness. Soil Sci. 69:149-162; 1950.

414

Chepil, W.S. Properties of soil which influence wind erosion: II. Dry aggregate structure as an index of erodibility. Soil Sci. 69:403-414; 1950.

417

Zingg, A.W. The intensity-frequency of Kansas winds. USDA, SCS-TP-88; April 1950.

420

Chepil, W.S. Methods of estimating apparent density of discrete soil grains and aggregates. Soil Sci. 70:351-362; 1950.

423

Chepil, W.S. Properties of soil which influence wind erosion: III. The effect of apparent density on erodibility. Soil Sci. 71:141-153; 1951.

424

Zingg, A.W. A portable wind tunnel and dust collector developed to evaluate the erodibility of field surfaces. Agron. J. 43:189-191; 1951.

425

Zingg, A.W. and N.P. Woodruff. Calibration of a portable wind tunnel for the simple determination of roughness and drag on field surfaces. Agron. J. 43:191-193; 1951.

429

Chepil, W.S. An air elutriator for determining the dry aggregate soil structure in relation to erodibility by wind. Soil Sci. 71:197-207; 1951.

431

Zingg, A.W. Evaluation of the erodibility of field surfaces with a portable wind tunnel. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. Proc. 15:11-17; 1951.

435

Chepil, W.S. Properties of soil which influence wind erosion: IV. State of dry aggregate structure. Soil Sci. 72:387-401; 1951.

443

Chepil, W.S. Properties of soil which influence wind erosion: V. Mechanical stability of structure. Soil Sci. 72:465-478; 1951.

444

Chepil, W.S. and C.L. Englehorn. Report on causes and effects of wind erosion in east-central Kansas in March 1950. Mimeographed distribution; April 2, 1951.

445

Zingg, A.W. Some characteristics of aeolian sand movement by saltation process. Editions du Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique 13, Quai Anatole France, Paris, (7e), pp. 197-208; 1953.

446

Zingg, A.W., N.P. Woodruff, and C.L. Englehorn. Effect of wind-row orientation on erodibility of land in sorghum stubble. Agron. J. 44:227-230; 1952.

448

Englehorn, C.L., A.W. Zingg, and N.P. Woodruff. The effects of plant residue cover and clod structure on soil loses by wind. Soil Sci. Proc. 16:29-33; 1952.

449

Chepil, W.S., C.L. Englehorn, and A.W. Zingg. The effects of cultivation on erodibility of soils by wind. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. Proc. 16:19-21; 1952.

450

Zingg, A.W., W.S. Chepil, and N.P. Woodruff. Sediment transportation mechanics: Wind erosion and transportation. In: Sedimentation Engineering, ASCE M & R No. 54, Chapt. II, pp. 230-245, New York, New York; 1975.

451

Chepil, W.S., A.W. Zingg, and N.P. Woodruff. Sediment measurement techniques: E. Airborne sediment. In: Sedimentation Engineering, ASCE M & R No. 54, Chapt III, pp. 389-401, New York, New York; 1975.

452

Chepil, W.S. Improved rotary sieve for measuring state and stability of dry soil structure. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. Proc. 16:113-117; 1952.

457

Woodruff, N.P. and A.W. Zingg. Wind-tunnel studies of fundamental problems related to windbreaks. USDA, SCS-TP-112; August 1952.

462

Chepil, W.S. Factors that influence clod structure and erodibility of soil by wind: I. Soil texture. Soil Sci. 75:473-483; 1953.

470

Zingg, A.W. Wind-tunnel studies of the movement of sedimentary material. Proc. of the Fifth Hydraulics Conference Bul. 34, State University of Iowa Studies in Engienering, pp. 111-135; 1953.

472

Chepil, W.S. Field structure of cultivated soils with special reference to erodibility by wind. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. Proc. 17:185-190; 1953.

473

Zingg, A.W. Discussion of paper entitled "The use of grass in the conservation program of New Zealand" by Douglas A. Campbell. Sixth Int'l. Grassland Congress, Sec. G., Soil and Water Conservation, Vol. II, pp. 1035-1037; August 1952: Penn State College, State College, PA.

474

Woodruff, N.P. and A.W. Zingg. Wind tunnel studies of shelterbelt models. J. Forestry 51:173-178; 1953.

475

Mazurak, A.P., A.W. Zingg, and W.S. Chepil. Effect of 39 years of cropping practices on wind erodibility and related properties of an irrigated Chestnut soil. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. Proc. 17:181-185; 1953.

476

Chepil, W.S. Factors that influence clod structure and erodibility of soil by wind: II. Water-stable structure. Soil Sci. 76:389-399; 1953.

481

Zingg, A.W. Speculations on climate as a factor in the wind erosion problem of the Great Plains. Trans. Kans. Academy of Sci. 56-371-377; 1953.

484

Zingg, A.W., W.S. Chepil, and N.P. Woodruff. Analyses of wind erosion phenomena in Roosevelt and Curry Counties, New Mexico. Published by Region VI, USDA, SCS, Albuquerque, New Mexico, M 436; May 1953.

488

Zingg, A.W. The wind erosion problem in the Great Plains. Trans. Am. Geophys. Union 35:252-258; 1954.

490

Chepil, W.S. The effect of synthetic conditioners on some phases of soil structure and erodibility by wind. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. Proc. 18:386-391; 1954.

492

Zingg, A.W. Material for Agricultural Engineering Handbook, Section 3: SOIL AND WATER, D. Erosion Control, 3. Erosion Control Practices, e. Wind erosion control; June 1953.

493

Chepil, W.S. Seasonal fluctuations in soil structure and erodibility of soil by wind. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. Proc. 18:13-16; 1954.

494

Chepil, W.S. Factors that influence clod structure and erodibility of soil by wind: III. Calcium carbonate and decomposed organic matter. Soil Sci. 77:473-480; 1954.

495

Woodruff, N.P. and A.W. Zingg. A comparative analysis of wind tunnel and atmospheric air flow patterns about single and successive barriers. Trans. Am. Geophys. Union 36:203-208; 1955.

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Woodruff, N.P. Barriers reduce wind velocity, evaporation, and control snow drifting. J. Soil and Water Conserv. 10:151; 1955.

503

Chepil, W.S., N.P. Woodruff, and A.W. Zingg. Field study of wind erosion in Western Texas. USDA, SCS-TP-125; February 1955.

504

Chepil, W.S. and N.P. Woodruff. Estimations of wind erodibility of field surfaces. J. Soil and Water Conserv. 9:257-265, 285; 1954.

505

Chepil, W.S. Effects of asphalt on some phases of soil structure and erodibility by wind. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. Proc. 19:125-128; 1955.

507

Woodruff, N.P. Shelterbelt and surface barrier effects on wind velocities, evaporation, house heating, snow drifting. Kans. Agr. Expt. Sta. Bul. 77, December, 1954.

516

Chepil, W.S. and N.P Woodruff. How to reduce dust storms. Kans. Agric. Expt. Stn. Cir. No. 318; March 1955.

517

Chepil, W.S. Factors that influence clod structure and erodibility of soil by wind: IV. Sand, silt, and clay. Soil Sci. 80:155-162; 1955.

519

Chepil, W.S. Influence of moisture on erodibility of soil by wind. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. Proc. 20:288-292; 1956.

524

Woodruff, N.P. The spacing interval for supplemental shelterbelts. J. Forestry 54:115-122; 1956.

525

Chepil, W.S. Factors that influence clod structure and erodibility of soil by wind: V. Organic matter at various stages of decomposition. Soil Sci. 80:413-421; 1955.

537

Chepil, W.S. Permanent methods of wind erosion control. The Kansas Crop Improvement Association Certified Seed Directory, pp. 66-67; Spring 1956.

547

Chepil, W.S. Sedimentary characteristics of dust storms: I. Sorting of wind- eroded soil material. Am. J. Sci. 255:12-22; 1957.

548

Chepil, W.S. and N.P. Woodruff. Sedimentary characteristics of dust storms: II. Visibility and dust concentration. Am. J. Sci. 255:104-114; 1957.

549

Chepil, W.S. Sedimentary characteristics of dust storms: III. Composition of suspended dust. Am. J. Sci. 255:206-213; 1957.


552

Woodruff, N.P. and W.S. Chepil. Implements for wind erosion control. Agric. Engin. 37:751-754, 758; 1956.

553

Chepil, W.S. Erosion of soil by wind. USDA Yearbook of Agriculture, pp. 308-314; 1957.

554

Woodruff, N.P. Wind-blown soil abrasive injuries to winter wheat plants. Agron. J. 48:499-504; 1956.

573

Chepil, W.S. Dust bowl: Causes and effects. J. Soil and Water Conserv. 12:108-111; 1957.

576

Woodruff, N.P., W.S. Chepil, and R.D. Lynch. Emergency chiseling to control wind erosion. Kans. Agric. Expt. Stn. Tech. Bul. No. 90; July 1957.

582

Chepil, W.S. The use of evenly spaced hemispheres to evaluate aerodynamic forces on a soil surface. Trans. Am. Geophys. Union 39:397-404; 1958.

592

Chepil, W.S. Soil conditions that influence wind erosion. USDA Tech. Bul. No. 1185; June 1958.

597

Chepil, W.S. Width of field strips to control wind erosion. Kans. Agric. Expt. Sta. Tech. Bul. No. 92; December 1957.

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Chepil, W.S., N.P. Woodruff, F.H. Siddoway, and L. Lyles. Stabilization of soil surfaces for wind erosion control in relation to grass establishment. Dept. of the Navy, Bureau of Yards and Docks, Navdocks No. P-323. Washington, DC; June 1959.

601

Hanks, R.J. and N.P. Woodruff. Influence of wind on water vapor transfer through soil, gravel, and straw mulches. Soil Sci. 86:160-164; 1958.

602

Chepil, W.S. and N.P. Woodruff. Estimations of wind erodibility of farm fields. USDA, ARS Prod. Res. Rpt. No. 25; March 1959.

606

Chepil, W.S. Agronomic trends and problems in the Great Plains: VII. Wind erosion problems. Advances in Agronomy 10:56-66; 1958.

609

Woodruff, N.P. and W.S. Chepil. Influence of one-way disk and subsurface-sweep tillage on factors affecting wind erosion. Trans. Am. Soc. Agric. Engin. 1:81-85; 1958.

614

Woodruff, N.P., R.A. Read, and W.S. Chepil. Influence of a field windbreak on summer wind movement and air temperature. Kans. Agric. Expt. Stn. Tech. Bul. No. 100; June 1959.

621

Chepil, W.S. Equilibrium of soil grains at the threshold of movement by wind. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. Proc. 23:422-428; 1959.

624

Chepil, W.S. and F.H. Siddoway. Strain-gage anemometer for analyzing various characteristics of wind turbulence. J. of Meteor. 16(4):411-418; 1959.

625

Chepil, W.S. Stripcropping for wind erosion control. Soil Conserv. Magazine 24:153-156; February 1959.

630

Chepil, W.S. Wind erodibility of farm fields. J. Soil and Water Conserv. 14(5):214-219; 1959.

 

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