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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

DENNIS L. CORWIN

Soil Scientist

 
 

Dennis L. Corwin

  Dennis L. Corwin, Ph.D.
Research Soil & Environmental Scientist

Water Reuse & Remediation Research Unit
USDA-ARS United States Salinity Laboratory
450 West Big Springs Road
Riverside, CA 92507-4617

Tel: 951-369-4819
Fax: 951-349-4962
Dennis.Corwin@ars.usda.gov
 

Research Interests:

  • Modeling and mapping of non-point source (NPS) pollutant distributions in the vadose zone using geographic information systems (GIS) and advanced information technologies (e.g., remote imagery, spatial statistics, GPS, hierarchical organization theory, etc.)
    • Salinity and trace elements in the vadose zone
      • Boron
      • Arsenic
      • Molybdenum
    • NPS pollutant loading to ground water or tile drains on irrigated agricultural soils
  • Application and use of geophysical techniques to measure, monitor, and map spatial variability
    • Geospatial measurement of apparent soil electrical conductivity (ECa) using electromagnetic induction and electrical resistivity measurements to direct soil sampling for the characterization of spatial variability
      • Measurement, monitoring, and mapping of soil salinity distributions across the landscape of irrigated agricultural fields
      • ECa-directed soil sampling for precision agriculture applications including site-specific reclamation, site-specific crop management, and delineation of site-specific management units (SSMUs)
      • ECa-directed soil sampling for monitoring management-induced spatio-temporal changes resulting from degraded water reuse
      • Soil quality assessment
      • Identification of the soil edaphic and anthropogenic factors influencing crop yield
  • Landscape-scale and hydropedologic processes as related to vadose zone transport of contaminants
  • Degraded reuse (e.g., drainage water, dairy lagoon water, municipal wastewater) impact on soil properties and sustainability
  • Field- and regional-scale salinity assessment using remote imagery and geophysical techniques
 

Academic Experience:

Ph.D. 1984 Soil Science Department of Environmental Sciences
University of California, Riverside, California
B.S.   Biochemistry/Biology Department of Biological Sciences
University of Southern California, Los Angeles, California
 

Professional Experience:

1986-Present Research Soil Scientist USDA-ARS, United States Salinity Laboratory, Riverside, California
1985-1986 Soil & Environmental Chemist Morrison-Knudsen Engineers, Inc., Denver, Colorado
1980-1985 Soil Scientist USDA-ARS, U.S. Salinity Laboratory, Riverside, California
 

Selected Editorial Activities:

  • Editor of the Journal of Environmental Quality (2008-2013)
  • Technical Editor of the Journal of Environmental Quality (2002-2007)
  • Guest Editor of the special collection of papers in the Journal of Environmental Quality entitled "Environmental Impacts and Sustainability of Degraded Water Reuse"
  • Guest Editor of the Special Issue of Vadose Zone Journal entitled "Landscape-scale Vadose Zone Processes: Scale Issues, Modeling, and Monitoring" (2005-2006)
  • Guest Editor of the Special Issue of Computers and Electronics in Agriculture entitled "Applications of ECa Measurements in Precision Agriculture" (2003-2004)
  • Associate Editor of the Journal of Environmental Quality (2000-2001)
  • Senior Editor of AGU Geophysical Monograph No. 108: Assessment of Non-Point Source Pollution in the Vadose Zone (1999)
  • Member of the Editorial/Publication Board for the Journal of Soil and Water Conservation (appointed 1996-1997, reappointed 1997-2000), Soil and Water Conservation Society, Ankeny, IA
  • Senior Editor of SSSA Special Publication No. 48: Applications of GIS to the Modeling of Nonpoint Source Pollutants in the Vadose Zone (1996)
 

Selected Organizer/Chair Activities:

  • Organizer/Chair of the Degraded Water Reuse Symposium for the 2007 ASA-CSSA-SSSA Annual Meeting (New Orleans, LA, Nov. 4-8, 2007)
  • Co-organizer of the Symposium on Landscape Processes: Monitoring, Mapping, and Modeling held at the 2004 Annual ASA-CSSA-SSSA Meetings (Seattle, WA; Oct. 31-Nov. 4, 2004)
  • Organizer/Chair of the 1997 Joint AGU Chapman/SSSA Outreach Conference "Applications of GIS, Remote Sensing, Geostatistics, and Solute Transport Modeling to the Assessment of Nonpoint Source Pollutants in the Vadose Zone" (Mission Inn, Riverside, CA, Oct. 19-24, 1997)
  • Organizer/Chair of the 1995 SSSA Bouyoucos Conference "Applications of GIS to the Modeling of Nonpoint Source Pollutants in the Vadose Zone" (Mission Inn, Riverside, CA May 1-3, 1995)

Offices and Committee Appointments:

  • Appointed the American Society of Agronomy Liaison Representative to the American Chemical Society (1994-1997) America Society of Agronomy, Madison, WI
  • Appointed member of the International Affairs Committee of the Soil and Water Conservation Society (1994-1995, 1995-1996, & 1996-1997) Soil and Water Conservation Society, Ankeny, IA
  • Appointed member to the 1994-95 Annual Meeting Program Committee for the Soil and Water Conservation Society; appointed member of the SWCS Plenary Speakers Subcommittee; Soil and Water Conservation Society, Ankeny, IA
  • Appointed Affiliate Board Member of Stanford University's Center for Earth Science Information Research (CESIR) from 1996 to 2000, Stanford University, Stanford, CA
  • Appointed to the Steering Committee for the USDA-ARS Soil Management Framework Team by National Program Staff's Mike Jawson (appointed Nov. 2002)
  • Appointed to the Steering Committee for the SSSA Hydropedology Working Group (appointed Nov. 2002)
  • Appointed Group Leader of ECa Protocols for the ARS Precision Agriculture Working Group on Standard Operating Procedures (appointed Mar. 27, 2003)
  • Appointed member of the S478 Soil Science Applied Research Award Committee of ASA-CSSA-SSSA for 2005-2006 (appointed Dec 5, 2004)
  • Appointed member of Science Review Panel for California Regional Water Quality Control Board - Central Valley Region to critique research evaluating the impact of disposed food processing wastes on CA Central Valley soil (appointed May 10, 2006)
  • Appointed by the UC Water Resources Center to the Leaching Requirement Workgroup to review and rewrite California irrigation guidelines (appointed Jan. 4, 2007)
  • Appointed member of the S495 Soil Science Society of America Fellows Committee of ASA-CSSA-SSSA for 2007-2009 and 2010-2011 (Appointed Oct. 4, 2007 and Jan. 6, 2010)
  • Appointed member of the Editorial Board for The Open Environmental Engineering Journal (appointed Oct. 23, 2007)
  • Appointed to Nature’s advisory and reader panel (2009-2011)
  • Appointed member of the Agricultural Geophysics Workshop Development and Planning Committee for the 2011 SAGEEP Conference (April 11-14, 2011; Charleston, SC) (2010-2011)
 

Selected Honors and Awards:

  • USDA Certificate of Merit Award for superior performance in planning, conducting, and reporting research on a large number of landscape-scale projects (2004)
  • Stanford University Cox Visiting Professor Award (2000) in recognition of the pioneering contribution to the application of GIS to the modeling of non-point source pollutants in the vadose zone
  • ACS Certificate of Merit Award for authorship of the paper "A User-Friendly Functional Model of Contaminant Transport through the Vadose Zone" (1991)
  • USDA Certificate of Merit Award for superior performance in developing an automated GIS to identify potential salt hazard areas of irrigated lands and an improved computational technique to calculate soil electrical conductivity from remote electromagnetic induction measurements (1984)
 

Selected Invitations since 1990:

  1. Senior author of the invitational presentation entitled "Delineating Areas of Salinity Development in Soils Using Computer-Assisted Mapping and a Geographic Information System" at the SCS Salinity Monitoring and Measurement Workshop, Davis, CA, Nov. 20, 1990)
  2. Author of the short course titled "Measuring and Predicting Salinity on Agricultural Land" presented at the request of the Bureau of Indian Affairs (Ali Parsa, Ph.D., U.S. Dept. of Interior) to the Colorado River Indian Tribes, Parker, AZ, Nov. 26, 1991
  3. Invited speaker at the 1991 Broadview Water District annual meeting, presenting the talk entitled "Predicting Areas Susceptible to Salinity Development of Irrigated Soil"
  4. Author of the invitational presentation/paper entitled "Use of the TETrans Model in Predicting ET Effects on Groundwater Quality" presented at the National Conference of the American Society of Civil Engineers, Baltimore, MD, Aug. 3-5, 1992 (#32)
  5. Invited short course presented at the Nacional del Agua y el Colegio de Postgraduados (University of Montecillo Graduate School), Mexico entitled "Development and Use of Models to Predict the Movement of Salinity on Irrigated Agricultural Soils" (Oct. 14 and 15, 1993)
  6. Senior author of the invitational presentation/paper entitled "Predicting the Areal Distribution of a Nonpoint-Source Pollutant at a Regional Scale" presented in the Porous Media Flow Session at the 1994 American Society of Agricultural Engineers International Winter Meeting, Atlanta, GA, Dec. 13-16, 1994 (#39)
  7. Chair of the Agriculture Session of the Third International Conference/Workshop on Integrated GIS and Environmental Modeling held in Santa Fe, New Mexico (Jan. 21-25, 1996)
  8. Author of the invitational presentation entitled "Modeling Non-Point Source Pollutants in the Vadose Zone with GIS" at Stanford University’s Department of Geology and Environmental Sciences Hydrogeology Seminar Series (February 19, 1997)
  9. Computer Demo/Poster Session Chair of the Joint AGU Chapman/SSSA Outreach Conference - Application of GIS, Remote Sensing, Geostatistics and Solute Transport Modeling to the Assessment of Non-Point Source Pollutants in the Vadose Zone, Riverside, CA, October 19-24, 1997)
  10. Co-author of the invitational paper entitled "Regional-Scale Assessment of Non-Point Source Groundwater Contamination" published in Hydrological Processes: Special Issue GIS Application in Hydrology edited by A. Gurnell and D. Montgomery, 1998 (#57)
  11. Author of the invitational presentation "Assessment of Salinity in Irrigated Agricultural Soils" at the California Soil & Plant Conference (Stockton, CA, Jan. 19-20, 2000)
  12. Author of the invitational presentation "Salinity Monitoring Techniques" at the First Annual Site-Specific Farming Roundtable for the San Joaquin Valley (West Side Research and Extension Center, Firebaugh, CA, May 9, 2000)
  13. Author of the invitational presentation "Modeling Salt-Loading to Groundwater with GIS" at the 2000 SSSA Kirkham Conference (Iowa State University, IA, November 2-3, 2000)
  14. Author of the invitational presentation entitled "Soil EC Theory and Principles: What It Is and How Does It Work?" in the Soil Electrical Conductivity in Precision Agriculture Symposium at the 2000 ASA-CSSA-SSSA Annual Meetings (Minneapolis, MN, November 5-9, 2000)
  15. Author of the invitational presentation entitled "Salinity Assessment Technology: Measurement and Modeling" at Stanford University’s Department of Geology and Environmental Sciences Hydrogeology Seminar Series (March 7, 2001)
  16. Senior author of the invited poster entitled "Spatial Distributions of ECa for Precision Agriculture Applications" at the IUSS Symposium - Sustained Management of Irrigated Land for Salinity and Toxic Element Control (Riverside, CA, June 25-27, 2001)
  17. Co-author of the invitational presentation entitled "Practical Salinity Assessment Techniques via EM38 Survey Information" presented at the 2001 Conference on Electromagnetic Techniques for Agricultural Resource Management (Yanco, Australia, July 3-5, 2001)
  18. Invited senior & co-author of sections of Chapter 6.1: "Solute Content and Concentration - Suction Cups, Porous Matrix Sensors, Electrical Resistivity: Wenner Array and Four-Electrode Probe" for the book Methods of Soil Analysis, Part 4, Physical Methods, 2002
  19. Senior author of the invitation paper entitled "Assessment and Field-scale Mapping of Soil Quality of a Saline-sodic Soil" in the Special Soil Quality Issue of Geoderma, 2003
  20. Author of the invitational encyclopedia article entitled "Soil Salinity Measurement" in the Encyclopedia of Water Science, 2002
  21. Co-author of the invitational paper entitled "Multiresolution Analysis of Data on Electrical Conductivity of Soil Using Wavelets" presented in the Nielsen Symposium at the ASA-CSSA-SSSA Annual Meetings (Charlotte, NC; Oct. 21-25, 2001) and invited for publication in a Special Issue of the Journal of Hydrology, 2002
  22. Senior author of the invitational paper entitled "Application of Soil Electrical Conductivity to Precision Agriculture: Theory, Principles, and Guidelines" in the Soil Electrical Conductivity in Precision Agriculture Symposium section of Agronomy Journal, 2003
  23. Senior author of the invitational presentation entitled "Geospatial Measurements of ECa to Characterize Soil Spatial Variability for Precision Agriculture" in the Applications of Geophysical Methods in Agriculture Symposium at the Annual ASAE International Meeting 2003 (Las Vegas, NV, July 20-23, 2003)
  24. Author of the invitational short course on "Landscape-Scale Modeling of Non-Point Source Pollutants in the Vadose Zone" presented at the Gruppo Ricerca Italiano Fitofarmaci Ambiente (GRIFA) Pesticide and Environment 2003 Summer School (Portonova, Ancona, Italy, Sept. 1-5, 2003). Sponsored by GRIFA, Università di Milano, Università di Ancona, Unversità Cattolica del Sacro Cuore
  25. Senior author of the invitational presentation "Characterizing Soil Spatial Variability for Precision Agriculture using Geophysical Measurements" in the 17th Annual Symposium on the Application of Geophysics to Engineering and Environmental Problems (SAGEEP, Colorado Springs, CO, Feb. 22-26, 2004)
  26. Co-author of the invitational paper "Point and Non-point Source Pollution" in the Encyclopedia of Hydrological Sciences (M. Anderson, ed.) published by John Wiley & Sons, 2004
  27. Senior author of the invitational presentation "Landscape-scale Characterization of Spatial Variability using Geospatial ECa Measurements" for the Landscape Processes: Monitoring, Mapping, and Modeling Symposium at the 2004 ASA-CSSA-SSSA Annual Meetings (Seattle, WA; Oct. 31-Nov. 4, 2004)
  28. Author of the invitational presentation "Salinity Assessment at Field- and Landscape-scales Using ECa Sensing Data" at the Instituto Mexicano de Tecnologia del Aqua (IMTA) Workshop on Remote Sensing Technologies (Jiutepec, Morelos, Mexico; Nov. 17-19, 2004)
  29. Senior author of the invitational chapter "Multidisciplinary Approach for Assessing Subsurface Non-point Source Pollution" in Soil-Water-Solute Process Characterization: An Integrated Approach (Javier Álvarez-Benedí and Rafael Muñoz Carpena, eds.) published by CRC Press, 2005
  30. Author of the invitational chapter "Geospatial Measurements of Apparent Soil Electrical Conductivity for Characterizing Soil Spatial Variability" in Soil-Water-Solute Process Characterization: An Integrated Approach (Javier Álvarez-Benedí and Rafael Muñoz Carpena, eds.) published by CRC Press, 2005
  31. Senior author of the invitational paper "Apparent Soil Electrical Conductivity Measurements in Agriculture" for a Special Issue of Computers and Electronics in Agriculture on "Applications of Apparent Soil Electrical Conductivity in Precision Agriculture," 2005
  32. Senior author of the two-part invitational paper "Characterizing Soil Spatial Variability with Apparent Soil Electrical Conductivity: I. Survey Protocols" and "Characterizing Soil Spatial Variability with Apparent Soil Electrical Conductivity: II. Case Study" for a Special Issue of Computers and Electronics in Agriculture on "Applications of Apparent Soil Electrical Conductivity in Precision Agriculture", 2005
  33. Senior author of three invited encyclopedia articles for The Encyclopedia of Water (Jay H. Lehr, Ph.D., Editor; Wiley & Sons, Inc.) entitled "Soil Salinity" (D.L. Corwin), "Characterizing Soil Spatial Variability" (D.L. Corwin and S.M. Lesch), and "Modeling Non-point Source Pollutants in the Vadose Zone Using GIS" (D.L. Corwin and K. Loague); and co-author of the invited encyclopedia article "Groundwater Vulnerability to Pesticides: An Overview of Approaches and Methods of Evaluation" (K. Loague and D.L. Corwin, 2005
  34. Co-author of the invited chapter entitled "Scale Issues" in Groundwater Engineering Handbook (J. Delleur and J. Cushman, eds.) published by CRC Press, 2005
  35. Author of the invitational keynote presentation "Mapping, Monitoring, and Assessment of Salinity Using Apparent Soil Electrical Conductivity" at the 2005 International Salinity Forum (Riverside, CA, April 25-28, 2005)
  36. Author of the invitational introductory-speaker presentation "Delineating Site-Specific Crop Management Units: Precision Agriculture Application in GIS" for the Precision Agriculture and Site-Specific Management session at the 25th Annual ESRI International User Conference (San Diego, CA, July 25-29, 2005)
  37. Senior author of the invitational presentation entitled "Characterizing Spatial Variability at Landscape Scales with ECa-Directed Soil Sampling" in the Hydropedology Symposium at the 2003 ASA-CSSA-SSSA Annual Meetings (Denver, MN; Nov. 2-6, 2003) and senior author of the invitational paper "Monitoring Management-Induced Spatio-Temporal Changes in Soil Quality with Soil Sampling Directed by Apparent Soil Electrical Conductivity" for a Special Issue of Geoderma containing selected Hydropedology Symposium papers from the 2003 ASA-CSSA-SSSA Annual Meetings, 2006
  38. Author of the invited presentation entitled "ECa-directed soil sampling for characterizing spatial variability: Monitoring management-induced change" for the Near-Surface Geophysics and Estimation of Soil Properties and Processes session of the 2006 American Geophysical Union Meeting (Baltimore, MD; May 23-26, 2006)
  39. Senior author of the invitational introductory symposium paper entitled "Use of Advanced Information Technologies to Characterize Soil Spatial Variability for Precision Agriculture" in the symposium Percepción Remota y SIG en la Planeación Agrícola para el Uso Sustentable del Suelo at the Congreso Nacional de la Cianca del Suelo (Sept. 18-20, 2006; Universidad Autonoma de Tamaulipas, Cd. Victoria, Mexico)
  40. Senior author of the invitational paper "Short-Term Sustainability of Drainage Water Reuse on a Forage Crop: Impacts on Soil Chemical Properties" and invited to serve on the discussion panel for the Management, Use, and Reuse of Waters of Impaired Quality Symposium at the Annual ASA-CSSA-SSSA Meeting (Indianapolis, IN, Nov. 12-16, 2006)
  41. Sole author of the invited talk "Mapping, Monitoring, and Assessment of Soil Salinity at Field Scales" at the UC Salinity /Drainage Conference (Mar. 28, 2007, Sacramento, CA)
  42. Senior author of the invited presentation entitled "GIS, Soil Salinity Mapping, and Interpretation" and co-author of the invited presentation entitled "Field Measurement of Salinity - Sensors, EM, and Four-Probe" at the National Salinity Technology Transfer Workshop (May 9-11, 2007, Lake Arrowhead, CA)
  43. Sole author of the invited presentation "Mapping and Monitoring Soil Salinity at Field Scales: Case Studies and Applications" and served on the salinity discussion panel at the SWCS Soil and Water Science Summit 2007 (June 12-14, 2007, North Dakota)
  44. Invitational presentation of 4-hour short courses on "Salinity Measurement, Monitoring, and Mapping" and "Leaching Requirement" at the USDA-FAS Workshop to Improve Water Management in Iraq (Aug. 5-9, 2007, Amman, Jordan)
  45. Senior author of the 3 invitational chapters "Agricultural Geophysics - Past, Present, and Future", "Theoretical Considerations of Geophysical Methods: Apparent Soil Electrical Conductivity", and "Delineating Site-specific Management Units Using Geospatial ECa Measurements" in Handbook of Agricultural Geophysics (Barry Allred, Jeffrey Daniels, and Reza Ehsani, eds.), 2006
  46. Senior author of two invitational chapters ("Chapter 10 - Laboratory and Field Measurements" and "Chapter 25 - Leaching Requirement: Steady-State vs. Transient Models") and co-author of one invitational chapter ("Chapter 12 - Leaching and Control of Root Zone Salinity") in the ASCE Salinity Manual No. 71 Agricultural Salinity Assessment and Management (K.K. Tanji, ed.)
  47. Author of the invited presentation "Delineating Site-Specific Irrigation Management Units" at the USDA-NRCS 7th Soil Symposium (June 11, 2008, Indio, CA)
  48. Author of the invited presentation "Technology for Site-Specific Crop Management" at the NRCS-Burkland Farm sponsored Workshop on Precision Agriculture (Grand Forks, ND; Sept. 22-26, 2008).
  49. Invited speaker for the NRCS Dryland Saline and Sodic Soil Workshop (29 Sept.-1 Oct. 2009; Carrington, ND).
  50. Invited speaker at the Workshop for Iraqi Borlaug Fellows and Mentors (ICARDA, Aleppo, Syria; May 23-26, 2010).
  51. Keynote speaker at the Workshop for Diagnosis and Control of Diffuse Pollution in Mediterranean Irrigated Agriculture (Zaragosa, Spain; 20-21 Oct. 2010).
 

Publications:

  1. Peck, D. E., D. L. Corwin and W. J. Farmer. Adsorption-desorption of diuron by freshwater sediments. Journal of Environmental Quality, 9(1):101-106. 1980.
  2. Rhoades, J. D. and D. L. Corwin. Determining soil electrical conductivity - depth relations using an inductive electromagnetic soil conductivity meter. Soil Science Society of America. 45(2):255-260. 1981.
  3. Rhoades, J. D., D. L. Corwin and G. J. Hoffman. Scheduling and controlling irrigations from measurements of soil electrical conductivity. Proc. ASAE, Irrigation Scheduling Conference, Chicago, IL. p. 106-115. 1981. (Proceedings).
  4. Corwin, D. L. and J. D. Rhoades. An improved technique for determining soil electrical conductivity - depth relations from above-ground electromagnetic measurements. Soil Science Society of America Journal. 46(3):517-520. 1982.
  5. Corwin, D. L. and J. D. Rhoades. Measurement of inverted electrical conductivity profiles using electromagnetic induction. Soil Science Society of America Journal. 48(2):288-291. 1983.
  6. Corwin, D. L. A study of the physicochemical dynamics of pesticide-sediment-water interactions using one-dimensional numerical diffusion models. University of California-Riverside, 167 pp. 1984. (Ph.D. Dissertation).
  7. Corwin, D. L. and W. J. Farmer. Nonsingle-valued adsorption-desorption of bromacil and diquat by freshwater sediments. Environmental Science and Technology. 18(6):507-518. 1984.
  8. Rhoades, J. D. and D. L. Corwin. Monitoring soil salinity. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation. 39(3):172-175. 1984.
  9. Corwin, D. L. and W. J. Farmer. An assessment of the significant physicochemical interactions involved in pesticide diffusion within a pesticide-sediment-water system. Chemosphere 13(12):1295-1317. 1984.
  10. Corwin, D. L. and W. J. Farmer. A mathematical model of diffusion under saturated conditions to assess the pollution potential of herbicides to aquatic systems. Hilgardia. 53(3):1-35. 1984.
  11. Corwin, D. L. A one-dimensional model of chemical diffusion and sorption in saturated soil and aquatic systems. Journal of Environmental Quality. 15(2):173-182. 1986.
  12. Corwin, D. L., J. W. Werle and J. D. Rhoades. The use of computer assisted mapping techniques to delineate potential areas of salinity development in soils: I. A conceptual introduction. Hilgardia. 56(2):1-17. 1988.
  13. Corwin, D. L. and J. D. Rhoades. The use of computer assisted mapping techniques to delineate potential areas of salinity development in soils: II. Field verification of the threshold model approach. Hilgardia. 56(2):18-32. 1988.
  14. Rhoades, J. D., D. L. Corwin and P. J. Shouse. Use of instrumental and computer assisted techniques to assess soil salinity. In: Symposium Proceedings of Int'l Symposium on Solonetz Soils, Osijek, Yugoslavia. 1988.
  15. Corwin, D. L. Delineating areas of salinity development on irrigated agricultural land using ARC/INFO. In: Proceedings of the Ninth Annual ESRI User's Conference (Palm Springs, CA; May 22-26, 1989), ESRI, Redlands, CA. 1989.
  16. Corwin, D. L., M. Sorensen and J. D. Rhoades. Field testing of models which identify soils susceptible to salinity development. Geoderma. 45:31-64. 1989.
  17. Rhoades, J. D. and D. L. Corwin. Soil electrical conductivity: Effects of soil properties and application to soil salinity appraisal. Communications in Soil Science and Plant Analysis. 21(11 & 12):837-860. 1990.
  18. Corwin, D. L. and J. D. Rhoades. Establishing soil electrical conductivity - depth relations from electromagnetic induction measurements. Communications in Soil Science and Plant Analysis. 21(11 & 12):861-901. 1990.
  19. Corwin, D. L. and B. L. Waggoner. TETrans: Solute transport modeling software user's guide (Macintosh version 1.6). U. S. Salinity Laboratory publication. Research Report No. 121. 92 pp. 1990. (Research Report).
  20. Corwin, D. L. and B. L. Waggoner. TETrans: Solute transport modeling software user's guide (IBM-compatible version 1.5). U. S. Salinity Laboratory publication. Research Report No. 123. 120 pp. 1990. (Research Report).
  21. Corwin, D. L. A user-friendly, functional model of contaminant transport through the vadose zone. In: 1990 International Winter Meeting of the American Society of Agricultural Engineers (Chicago, IL; December 18-21, 1990), ASAE Paper No.902547, American Society of Agricultural Engineers, St. Joseph, MI. 1990.
  22. Corwin, D. L. and B. L. Waggoner. TETrans: A user-friendly, functional model of solute transport. Journal of Water Science and Technology. 24(6):57-65. 1991.
  23. Corwin, D. L., B. L. Waggoner and J. D. Rhoades. A functional model of solute transport which accounts for bypass. Journal of Environmental Quality. 20(3):647-658. 1991.
  24. Rhoades, J. D., D. L. Corwin and S. M. Lesch. Effect of soil ECa - depth profile pattern on electromagnetic induction measurements. U. S. Salinity Laboratory publication. Research Report No. 125. 108 pp. 1991.
  25. Lund, L. J., J. D. Rhoades, and D. L. Corwin. Development of remote sensing techniques to identify salt-affected areas and sources of salt loading. 1990-91 Technical Report, U.C. Salinity/Drainage Task Force (October, 1991). p. 27-49. 1991. (Technical Report).
  26. Corwin, D. L. Spatial and temporal estimates of hydraulic bypass in soil using chloride distributions. In: Gish, T. J., and A. Shirmohammadi (eds.) Proceedings of the National ASAE Symposium on Preferential Flow (Chicago, IL; Dec. 16-17, 1991), American Society of Agricultural Engineers, St. Joseph, MI. p. 202-213. 1991.
  27. Corwin, D. L. A user-friendly, contaminant transport software package for the preliminary assessment of soil and groundwater contamination: An overview of TETrans. p. 65-80. In: Hoddinott, K. B., and Knowles, G. D. (eds.) Superfund Risk Assessment in Soil Contamination Studies. ASTM, Philadelphia, PA. 1992.
  28. Corwin, D. L., B. L. Waggoner, and J. D. Rhoades. Simulating the movement of a reactive solute through a soil column using a functional solute transport model. Journal of Environmental Science & Health: Part A, Environmental Science and Engineering. A27(7):1875-1914. 1992
  29. Lesch, S. M., J. D. Rhoades, and D. L. Corwin. Mapping soil salinity using calibrated electromagnetic measurements. Soil Science Society of America Journal. 56(2):540-548. 1992.
  30. Corwin, D. L., M. Sorensen, and J. D. Rhoades. Using GIS to map salinity development on irrigated, agricultural soils. In: Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Geographic Information Systems. The Canadian Conference on GIS, Ottawa, Canada, 23-26 March 1992. 1992.
  31. Corwin, Dennis L., Mark Sorenson and James D. Rhoades. Using GIS to locate salinity on irrigated soils. In: Proceedings of the ASCE 8th Conference on Computing in Civil Engineering, Symposium on Geographic Information Analysis (Dallas, TX; June 7-9, 1992). p. 468-475. 1992.
  32. Corwin, D. L. Use of the TETrans model in predicting ET effects on groundwater quality. p. 152-157. In: Irrigation & Drainage Session Proceedings Water Forun '92. 1992 ASCE National Conference on Irrigation and Drainage Engineering, Balitimore, MD, 3-5 Aug. 1992. 1992.
  33. Corwin, D. L. Chapter 16: A contaminant transport software package for the preliminary assessment of soil contamination and solute loading to the groundwater. p. 237-250. In: Kostecki, P., and Calabrese, E. (eds.) Hydrocarbon Contaminated Soils and Groundwater (Vol. 3). Lewis Publishers, Ann Arbor, MI. 1993.
  34. Corwin, D. L., P. J. Vaughan, H. Wang, J. D. Rhoades, and D. G. Cone. Coupling a solute transport model to a GIS to predict solute loading to the groundwater for a non-point source pollutant. p. 485-492. In: Proceedings of the ASAE Application of Advanced Information Technologies: Effective Management of Natural Resources. Spokane, WA, 18-19 June 1993. 1993.
  35. Vaughan, P. J., D. L. Corwin and H. Wang. Coupling a chemical transport model to a GIS database for assessment of non-point source pollution in irrigated agricultural areas. In: Proceedings of the Thirteenth Annual ESRI User's Conference, Vol. 3 (Palm Springs, CA; May 24-28, 1993), ESRI, Redlands, CA. p.127-138. 1993.
  36. Corwin, D, L., P. J. Vaughan, H. Wang, J. D. Rhoades, and D. G. Cone. Predicting areal distributions of salt-loading to the groundwater. In: 1994 International Winter Meeting of the American Society of Agricultural Engineers. American Society of Agricultural Engineers, St. Joseph, MI. Paper No. 932566. 1993.
  37. Corwin, D. L., and R. D. LeMert. Construction and evaluation of an inexpensive weighing lysimeter for studying contaminant transport. J. of Contaminant Hydrology. 15(1&2):107-1213. 1994.
  38. Vaughan, P. J., S. M. Lesch, and D. L. Corwin. Interfacing the GSLIB geostatistics package with GRID: Applied to a soil salinity survey. In: Proceedings of the Fourteenth Annual ESRI User's Conference (Palm Springs, CA; May 23-27, 1994), ESRI, Redlands, CA. 1994.
  39. Corwin, D. L., J. D. Rhoades, and P. J. Vaughan. Predicting the areal distribution of a nonpoint source pollutant at a regional scale. In: 1994 International Winter Meeting of the American Society of Agricultural Engineers. American Society of Agricultural Engineers, St. Joseph, MI. Paper No. 942568. 1994.
  40. Lesch, S. M., J. D. Rhoades, and D. L. Corwin. Statistical modeling and prediction methodologies for large scale spatial soil salinity characterization: A case study using calibrated electromagnetic measurements within the Broadview Water District. Research Report No. 131, U. S. Salinity Laboratory, Riverside, California. 44 p. 1994. (Research Report).
  41. Corwin, D.L. Sensitivity analysis of a simple layer-equilibrium model for the one-dimensional leaching of solutes. Journal of Environmental Science and Health. A30(1):201-238. 1995.
  42. Vaughan, P.J. and D.L. Corwin. A method of modeling vertical fluid flow and solute transport in a GIS context. Geoderma. 64(1-2):139-154. 1995.
  43. Corwin, D.L., J.D. Rhoades, P.J. Vaughan, and S.M. Lesch. 1995. Salt-loading assessment methodology for managing soil salinity. In: Proceedings of the USDA Clean Water - Clean Environment - 21st Century Conference (Kansas City, MO; Mar. 5-8, 1995), Vol. II: Nutrients. p. 35-38. 1995. (Proceedings).
  44. Corwin, D.L., P.J. Vaughan, J.D. Rhoades, and D.G. Cone. Basin-scale assessment of a non-point source pollutant in the vadose zone. In: Workshop on Computer Applications in Water Management (Ft. Collins, CO; May 23-25, 1995). p. 66-69. 1995. (Proceedings).
  45. Vaughan, P.J., S.M. Lesch, D.L. Corwin, and D.G. Cone. Water content effect on soil salinity prediction: A geostatistical study using cokriging. Soil Science Society of America Journal. 59:1146-1156. 1995.
  46. Vaughan, P.J., J. Simunek, D.L. Suarez, D.L. Corwin and J.D. Rhoades. Interfacing the Unsatchem model for water flow and multicomponent solute transport to a GIS for field-scale applications. In: Applications of GIS to the Modeling on Non-Point Source Pollutants in the Vadose Zone. ASA-CSSA-SSSA Bouyoucos Conference (Mission Inn, Riverside, CA, May 1-3, 1995), U.S. Salinity Laboratory, Riverside, CA. p. 371-378. 1995. (Proceedings).
  47. Corwin, D.L., J.D. Rhoades, P.J. Vaughan, and S.M. Lesch. An integrated methodology for assessing soil salinity and salt-loading to the groundwater at a regional scale. In: Applications of GIS to the Modeling on Non-Point Source Pollutants in the Vadose Zone. ASA-CSSA-SSSA Bouyoucos Conference (Mission Inn, Riverside, CA, May 1-3, 1995), U.S. Salinity Laboratory, Riverside, CA. p. 356-370. 1995. (Proceedings).
  48. Corwin, D.L., and R.J. Wagenet. Applications of GIS to the modeling of non-point source pollutants in the vadose zone. Journal of Environmental Quality. 25(3):403-411. 1996.
  49. Corwin, D.L., J.D. Rhoades, and P.J. Vaughan. GIS applications to the basin-scale assessment of soil salinity and salt-loading to the groundwater. In: Corwin, D.L., and Loague, K. (eds.) Applications of GIS to the Modeling on Non-Point Source Pollutants in the Vadose Zone. SSSA Special Publication No. 48, Soil Science Society of America, Madison, WI. p. 295-313. 1996. (Peer-reviewed Book Chapter).
  50. Corwin, D.L. GIS applications of deterministic solute transport models for regional-scale assessment of non-point source pollutants in the vadose zone. In: Corwin, D. L., and Loague, K. (eds.) Applications of GIS to the Modeling on Non-Point Source Pollutants in the Vadose Zone. SSSA Special Publication No. 48, Soil Science Society of America, Madison, WI. p. 69-100. 1996. (Peer-reviewed Book Chapter).
  51. Loague, K.M., and D.L. Corwin. Uncertainty in regional-scale assessments of non-point source pollutants. In: Corwin, D.L., and Loague, K. (eds.) Applications of GIS to the Modeling on Non-Point Source Pollutants in the Vadose Zone. SSSA Special Publication No. 48, Soil Science Society of America, Madison, WI. p. 131-152. 1996. (Peer-reviewed Book Chapter).
  52. Corwin, D.L., and K.M. Loague. Preface: Applications of GIS to the modeling of non-point source pollutants in the vadose zone. In: Corwin, D. L., and Loague, K. (eds.) Applications of GIS to the Modeling on Non-Point Source Pollutants in the Vadose Zone. SSSA Special Publication No. 48, Soil Science Society of America, Madison, WI. p. ix-xiv. 1996. (Peer-reviewed Preface).
  53. Vaughan, P.J., J. Simunek, D.L. Suarez, D.L. Corwin and J.D. Rhoades. Unsatchemgeo: Modeling water flow and multicomponent solute transport in a GIS context. In: Corwin, D.L., and Loague, K. (eds.) Applications of GIS to the Modeling on Non-Point Source Pollutants in the Vadose Zone. SSSA Special Publication No. 48, Soil Science Society of America, Madison, WI. p. 235-246. 1996. (Peer-reviewed Book Chapter).
  54. Bourgault, G., A.G. Journel, S.M. Lesch, J.D. Rhoades and D.L. Corwin. Geostatistical analysis of a soil salinity data set. Advances in Agronomy. 58:241-292. 1997.
  55. Corwin, D.L., P.J. Vaughan, and K. Loague. Modeling nonpoint source pollutants in the vadose zone with GIS. Environmental Science & Technology. 31(8):2157-2175. 1997.
  56. Vaughan, P.J., D.L. Suarez, J. Simunek, D.L. Corwin, and J.D. Rhoades. Unsatchemgeo Geographic Information System Software for Simulating One- dimensional Water Flow, Heat Transport, Carbon Dioxide Production and Transport, and Multicomponent Solute Transport in a Geographic Area. Research Report No. 142, USDA-ARS, U.S. Salinity Laboratory, Riverside, CA. 1997. (Research Report).
  57. Loague, K., and D.L. Corwin. Regional-scale assessment of non-point source groundwater contamination. Hydrological Processes. 12:957-965. 1998.
  58. Corwin, D.L., K. Loague, and T.R. Ellsworth. GIS-based modeling of nonpoint source pollutants in the vadose zone. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation. 53(1):34-38. 1998.
  59. Loague, K., D.L. Corwin, and T.R. Ellsworth. The challenge of predicting nonpoint source pollution. Environmental Science & Technology. 32(5):130A-133A. 1998.
  60. Corwin, D.L., K. Loague, and T.R. Ellsworth. Assessing nonpoint source pollution in the vadose zone. Eos, Transactions, AGU 79(18):219-220. 1998.
  61. Corwin, D.L., J. Letey, and M.L.K. Carrillo. Modeling non-point source pollutants in the vadose zone: Back to the basics. In: Corwin, D.L., Loague, K., and Ellsworth, T.R. (eds.) Assessment of Non-Point Source Pollution in the Vadose Zone, Geophysical Monograph 108, American Geophysical Union, Washington, D.C. p. 323-342. 1999. (Peer-reviewed Book Chapter).
  62. Corwin, D.L., K. Loague, and T.R. Ellsworth. Introduction: Assessing nonpoint source pollution in the vadose zone with advanced information technologies. In: Corwin, D.L., Loague, K., and Ellsworth, T.R. (eds.) Assessment of Non-Point Source Pollution in the Vadose Zone, Geophysical Monograph 108, American Geophysical Union, Washington, D.C. p. 1-20. 1999. (Peer-reviewed Book Chapter).
  63. Loague, K., D.L. Corwin, and T.R. Ellsworth. Are advanced information technologies the solution to NPS pollutant problems? In: Corwin, D.L., Loague, K., and Ellsworth, T.R. (eds.) Assessment of Non-Point Source Pollution in the Vadose Zone, Geophysical Monograph 108, American Geophysical Union, Washington, D.C. p. 363-369. 1999. (Peer-reviewed Book Chapter).
  64. Mayer, S., T.R. Ellsworth, D.L. Corwin, and K. Loague. Identifying effective parameters for solute transport models in heterogeneous environments. In: Corwin, D.L., Loague, K., and Ellsworth, T.R. (eds.) Assessment of Non-Point Source Pollution in the Vadose Zone, Geophysical Monograph 108, American Geophysical Union, Washington, D.C. p. 119-133. 1999. (Peer-reviewed Book Chapter).
  65. King, J.L., and D.L. Corwin. Science, information technology, and the changing character of public policy in non-point source pollution. In: Corwin, D.L., Loague, K., and Ellsworth, T.R. (eds.) Assessment of Non-Point Source Pollution in the Vadose Zone, Geophysical Monograph 108, American Geophysical Union, Washington, D.C. p. 309-322. 1999. (Peer-reviewed Book Chapter).
  66. Rhoades, J.D., D.L. Corwin, and S.M. Lesch. Geospatial measurements of soil electrical conductivity to determine soil salinity and diffuse salt loading from irrigation. In: Corwin, D.L., Loague, K., and Ellsworth, T.R. (eds.) Assessment of Non-Point Source Pollution in the Vadose Zone, Geophysical Monograph 108, American Geophysical Union, Washington, D.C. p. 197-215. 1999. (Peer-reviewed Book Chapter).
  67. Corwin, D.L., K. Loague, and T.R. Ellsworth. Advanced information technologies for assessing nonpoint source pollution in the vadose zone. Journal of Environmental Quality. 28(2): 357-365. 1999.
  68. Corwin, D.L., M.L.K. Carrillo, P.J. Vaughan, D.G. Cone, and J.D. Rhoades. Evaluation of a GIS-linked model of salt loading to groundwater. Journal of Environmental Quality. 28(2):471-480. 1999.
  69. Vaughan, P.J., D.L. Suarez, J. Simunek, D.L. Corwin, and J.D. Rhoades. Role of groundwater flow in tile drain discharge. Journal of Environmental Quality. 28(2):403-410. 1999.
  70. Corwin, D.L., A. David, and S. Goldberg. Mobility of arsenic in soil from the Rocky Mountain Arsenal area. Journal of Contaminant Hydrology. 39:35-58. 1999.
  71. Corwin, D.L., S. Goldberg, and A. David. Evaluation of a functional model for simulating boron transport in soil. Soil Science. 164(10):697-717. 1999.
  72. Corwin, D.L. Evaluation of a simple lysimeter-design modification to minimize sidewall flow. Journal of Contaminant Hydrology. 39:35-58. 2000.
  73. Kaffka, S., D.L. Corwin, S.M. Lesch, and G. Fitzgerald. Field-scale soil electrical conductivity characteristics and sugarbeet emergence, growth and yield. In: Proceedings 2000 California Plant and Soil Conference: Farming in Crisis - Sustaining Agriculture in California (Stockton, CA; Jan. 19-20, 2000). p. 17-29. 2000. (Proceedings).
  74. Corwin., D.L. Assessment of salinity in irrigated agricultural soils. In: Proceedings 2000 California Plant and Soil Conference: Farming in Crisis - Sustaining Agriculture in California (Stockton, CA; Jan. 19-20, 2000). p.12-16. 2000. (Proceedings).
  75. Loague, K., and D.L. Corwin. Regional-scale assessment of non-point source groundwater contamination. In: Gurnell, A.M., and Montgomery, D.R. (eds.) Hydrological Applications of GIS. John Wiley and Sons, Chichester, UK. p. 137-145. 2000. (Peer-reviewed Book Chapter).
  76. Lesch, S.M., J.D. Rhoades, and D.L. Corwin. ESAP-95 Version 2.01R - User Manual and Tutorial Guide. U. S. Salinity Laboratory publication. Research Report No. 146. 161 pp. 2000. (Research Report).
  77. Kaffka, S.R., D.L. Corwin, and S.M. Lesch. Sugarbeet response to variable soil texture and salinity. In: Proc. 31st Biennial American Society of Sugarbeet Technologist. American Society of Sugarbeet Technologist, Vancouver B.C. p. 92-95. 2001. (Proceedings).
  78. Kaffka, S.R., D.L. Corwin, and S.M. Lesch. Sugarbeet yield and quality variation at field scale in response to soil salinity and correlated soil properties in California. In: 65th Congress of the International Sugarbeet Research Institute (Brussels, Belgium; Feb. 2002). p. 159-170. 2002. (Proceedings).
  79. Hendrickx, J. M. H., B. Borchers, D. L. Corwin, S. M. Lesch, A. C. Hilgendorf, and J. Schlue. Inversion of soil conductivity profiles from electromagnetic induction measurements: Theory and experimental verification. Soil Science Society of America Journal. 66:673-685. 2002.
  80. Kaffka, S.R., J.D. Oster, and D.L. Corwin. Using forages and livestock to manage drainage water in the San Joaquin Valley. In: Proc. of the World Congress of Soil Science (Bangkok, Thailand; Aug. 14-21, 2002), Symp. 34, no. 2059. p. 1-12. 2002. (Proceedings).
  81. Corwin, D.L. Chapter 6.1.3: Miscible solute transport - Solute content and concentration - Measurement of solute concentration using soil water extraction - Suction cups, porous matrix sensors & electrical resistivity: Wenner array, and electrical resistivity: Four-electrode probe. In: Dane, J.H., and Topp, G.C. (eds.) Methods of Soil Analysis. Part 4. Physical Methods. SSSA Book Series No. 5. Soil Science Society of America, Madison, WI. p. 1253-1322. 2002. (Peer-reviewed Book Chapter).
  82. Corwin, D.L., S.R. Kaffka, J.D. Oster, J. Hopmans, Y. Mori, J.W. van Groenigen, C. van Kessel, and S.M. Lesch. Assessment and field-scale mapping of soil quality of a saline-sodic soil. Geoderma. 114(3-4):231-259. 2003.
  83. Corwin, D.L. Soil salinity measurement. In: Stewart, B.A., and Howell, T. (eds.) Encyclopedia of Water Science. Marcel Dekker, New York, NY. p. 852-857. 2003. (Peer-reviewed Encyclopedia Article).
  84. Lark, R.M., S.R. Kaffka, and D.L. Corwin. Multiresolution analysis of data on electrical conductivity of soil using wavelets. J. of Hydrology. 272:276-290. 2003.
  85. Barnes, E.M., K.A. Sudduth, J.W. Hummel, S.M. Lesch, D.L. Corwin, C. Yang, C.S. T. Daughtry, and W.C. Bausch. Remote- and ground-based sensor techniques to map soil properties. Journal of Photogrammetry & Remote Sensing. 69(6):619-630. 2003.
  86. Corwin, D.L., S.M. Lesch, P.J. Shouse, R. Soppe, J.A. Jobes, J. Fargerlund, and J.E. Ayars. Identifying soil properties that influence cotton yield using soil sampling directed by apparent soil electrical conductivity. Agronomy Journal. 95(2):352-364. 2003.
  87. Lesch, S.M., and D.L. Corwin. Using the Dual Pathway Parallel Conductance model to determine how different soil properties influence conductivity survey data. Agronomy Journal. 95(2):365-379. 2003.
  88. Corwin, D.L., and S.M. Lesch. Application of soil electrical conductivity to precision agriculture: Theory, principles and guidelines. Agronomy Journal. 95(3):455-471. 2003.
  89. Corwin, D.L., S.M. Lesch, P.J. Shouse, R. Soppe, and J.E. Ayars. Characterizing soil spatial variability for precision agriculture using geophysical measurements. In: Proc. of the 2004 Symposium on the Application of Geophysics to Engineering and Environmental Problems (SAGEEP; Colorado Springs, CO; Feb. 22-26, 2004). CD-ROM. 2004. (Proceedings).
  90. Corwin, D.L.,and K. Loague. Multidisciplinary approach for assessing subsurface non-point source pollution. In: Alvarez-Benedi, J., and Munoz-Carpena, R. (eds.) Soil - Water - Solute Process Characterization: An Integrated Approach. CRC-Press, Boca Raton, FL. p. 1-58. 2005. (Peer-reviewed Book Chapter).
  91. Corwin, D.L. Geospatial measurements of apparent soil electrical conductivity for characterizing soil spatial variability. In: Alvarez-Benedi, J., and Munoz-Carpena, R. (eds.) Soil - Water - Solute Process Characterization: An Integrated Approach. CRC-Press, Boca Raton, FL. p. 639-672. 2005. (Peer-reviewed Book Chapter).
  92. Loague, K., and D.L. Corwin. Point and non-point source pollution. In: Anderson, M.G. (ed.) Encyclopedia of Hydrological Sciences. John Wiley & Sons, New York, NY. 1427-1439. 2005.
  93. Corwin, D.L., and S.M. Lesch. Apparent soil electrical conductivity measurements in agriculture. Computers and Electronics in Agriculture. 46(1-3):11-44. 2005.
  94. Corwin, D.L., and S.M. Lesch. Characterizing soil spatial variability with apparent soil electrical conductivity: I. Survey protocols. Computers and Electronics in Agriculture. 46(1-3):103-134. 2005.
  95. Corwin, D.L., and S.M. Lesch. Characterizing soil spatial variability with apparent soil electrical conductivity: II. Case study. Computers and Electronics in Agriculture. 46(1-3):135-152. 2005.
  96. Kaffka, S.R., S.M. Lesch, K.M. Bali, and D.L. Corwin. Site-specific management in salt-affected sugar beet fields using electromagnetic induction. Computers and Electronics in Agriculture. 46(1-3):329-350. 2005.
  97. Lesch, S.M., D.L. Corwin, and D.A. Robinson. Apparent soil electrical conductivity mapping as an agricultural management tool for arid zone soils. Computers and Electronics in Agriculture. 46(1-3):351-378. 2005.
  98. Johnson, C.K., K.M. Eskridge, and D.L. Corwin. Apparent soil electrical conductivity: Applications for designing and evaluating field-scale experiments. Computers and Electronics in Agriculture. 46(1-3):181-202. 2005.
  99. Corwin, D.L., and R.E. Plant. Applications of ECa measurements in precision agriculture. Computers and Electronics in Agriculture. 46(1-3):1-10. 2005.
  100. Corwin, D.L. Mapping, monitoring, and assessment of salinity using apparent soil electrical conductivity. In: Donald Suarez et al. (eds.) Proceedings of the International Salinity Forum, Managing Saline Soils and Water: Science, Technology, and Soil Issues (Riverside, CA; April 25-27, 2005). p. 125-128. 2005. (Proceedings).
  101. Corwin, D.L., and S.M. Lesch. Delineating site-specific management units on an irrigated, arid-zone soil. In: Donald Suarez et al. (eds.) Proceedings of the International Salinity Forum, Managing Saline Soils and Water: Science, Technology, and Soil Issues (Riverside, CA; April 25-27, 2005). p. 39-42. 2005. (Proceedings).
  102. Kaffka, S.R., J.D. Oster, M. Hoque, and D.L. Corwin. Forage yield, quality and livestock production using saline drainage water in the San Joaquin Valley. In: Donald Suarez et al. (eds.) Proceedings of the International Salinity Forum, Managing Saline Soils and Water: Science, Technology, and Soil Issues (Riverside, CA; April 25-27, 2005). p. 269-272. 2005. (Proceedings).
  103. Corwin, D.L. Salinity assessment at field- and landscape-scales using ECa sensing data. In: Proceedings of the IMTA Workshop on Remote Sensing Technologies. Taller de Análisis de Tecnologías para la Identificación de Suelos Ensalitrados, Mediante Percepción Remota. Instituo Mexicano de Tecnologia del Agua. (Jiutepec, Morelos, Mexico; 17-19 Nov. 2004). p. 11-20. 2005. (Proceedings).
  104. Goldberg, S., D.L. Corwin, P.J. Shouse, and D.L. Suarez. Prediction of boron adsorption by field samples of diverse textures. Soil Science Society of America Journal. 69(5):1379-1388. 2005.
  105. Lesch, S.M., and D.L. Corwin. Field surveying techniques / assessment and diagnosis of salinity problems. NRCS-USDA Book Publication, Conservation Program Book No. 2. National Employment Development Center, Washington, D.C. 2005. pp. 1-41. (Technology transfer publication).
  106. Corwin, D.L. Delineating site-specific crop management units: Precision agriculture application in GIS. Proceedings of the 2005 ESRI International User’s Conference (San Diego, CA; 25-29 July 2005). CD-ROM 2005. (Proceedings).
  107. Corwin, D.L. Soil salinity. In: Lehr, J.H. and Keeley, J. (eds.) Water Encyclopedia: Surface and Agricultural Water. John Wiley & Sons, Inc, New York, NY. p. 673-677. 2005.
  108. Corwin, D.L., and S.M. Lesch. Characterizing soil spatial variability. In: Lehr, J.H. and Keeley, J.(eds.) Water Encyclopedia: Ground Water. John Wiley & Sons, Inc, New York, NY. p. 465-471. 2005.
  109. Corwin, D.L., and K. Loague. Modeling Non-point Source Pollutants in the Vadose Zone Using GIS. In: Lehr, J.H. (ed.) The Encyclopedia of Water (Volume 5). John Wiley & Sons, Inc, New York, NY. p. 299-305. 2005.
  110. Loague, K., and D.L. Corwin. Groundwater vulnerability to pesticides: An overview of approaches and methods of evaluation. In: Lehr, J.H. (ed.) The Encyclopedia of Water (Volume 5). John Wiley & Sons, Inc, New York, NY. p. 594-599. 2005.
  111. Lesch, S.M., D.L. Corwin, D.L. Suarez, and A. Chakravartty. Spatial/temporal analysis of the 1999-2004 South Gila depth to water table and 1995-2002 groundwater discharge data. U.S. Salinity Laboratory Publication. USDA-ARS, U.S. Salinity Laboratory, Riverside, CA, pp. 1-127. 2005.
  112. Corwin, D.L., S.M. Lesch, J.D. Oster, and S.R. Kaffka. Monitoring management-induced spatio-temporal changes in soil quality with soil sampling directed by apparent soil electrical conductivity. Geoderma. 131:369-387. 2006.
  113. Corwin, D.L., J.W. Hopmans, and G. de Rooij. From field- to landscape-scale vadose zone processes: Scale issues, modeling, and monitoring. Vadose Zone Journal. 2006. 5:129-139.
  114. Lesch, S.M., C.A. Sanchez, D.L. Corwin, and D.L. Suarez. 2006. Statistical assessment of the relationship between marketable lettuce yield, soil salinity, and the depth to water table across the South Gila and Yuma CWUA water districts. Bureau of Reclamation Technical Report IA Number 03-AA-34-0001. (Technology transfer publication).
  115. Loague, K., and D.L. Corwin. Scale issues. p. 25.1-25.21. In: Delleur, J., and Cushman, J., (eds.) Groundwater Engineering Handbook. CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL. 2006. (Peer-reviewed Book Chapter).
  116. Corwin, D.L., J.D. Rhoades, and J. Simunek. 2006. Leaching requirement for soil salinity control: Steady-state vs. transient-state models. Agric. Water Manage. 90(2):165-180. 2007.
  117. Sanden, B.L., L. Ferguson, C. Kallsen, D. Corwin. Large-scale utilization of saline groundwater for development and irrigation of pistachios (P. integerrima) interplanted with cotton (G. barbadense). Proceedings of the Vth International Symposium on Irrigation of Horticultural Crops, Eds: I. Goodwin and M.G. O’Connel, Acta Horticulturae, ISHS 792:551-558. 2007.
  118. Corwin, D.L. Agricultural geophysics - Past, present, and future. In: Allred, B., Daniels, J., and Ehsani, R. (eds.) Handbook of Agricultural Geophysics. CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL. 2006. (Accepted). (Peer-reviewed Book Chapter).
  119. Corwin, D.L., and H. Farahani. Theoretical considerations of geophysical methods: Apparent soil electrical conductivity. In: Allred, B., Daniels, J., and Ehsani, R. (eds.) Handbook of Agricultural Geophysics. CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL. 2006. (Accepted). (Peer-reviewed Book Chapter).
  120. Corwin, D.L., S.M. Lesch, P.J. Shouse, R. Soppe, and J.E. Ayars. Delineating site-specific management units geospatial ECa measurements. In: Allred, B., Daniels, J., and Ehsani, R. (eds.) Handbook of Agricultural Geophysics. CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL. 2006. (Accepted 6-23-05). (Peer-reviewed Book Chapter).
  121. Corwin, D.L., S.M. Lesch, J.D. Oster, and S. R Kaffka. Short-term sustainability of drainage water reuse: Spatio-temporal impacts on soil chemical properties. J. Environ. Qual. 37:S-8–S-24. 2008.
  122. Segal, E., S.A. Bradford, P.J. Shouse, N. Lazarovitch, and D.L. Corwin. 2008. Integration of hard and soft data to characterize field-scale hydraulic properties for flow and transport studies. Vadose Zone Journal (Accepted 1-22-08).
  123. Lesch, S. M., and D. L. Corwin. Prediction of spatial soil property information from ancillary sensor data using ordinary linear regression models: Model derivations, residual assumptions, and model validation tests. Geoderma 148:130-140. 2008.
  124. Corwin, D. L., and S. A. Bradford. Environmental impacts and sustainability of degraded water reuse. J. Environ. Qual. 37:S-1–S-7. 2008.
  125. Corwin, D.L., and S.M. Lesch. Application of geo-referenced geophysical measurements to precision agriculture. Environmental & Engineering Geophysical Society FastTIMES 13(2):29-37. 2008. (Technical Magazine Article).
  126. Barry A., J. Butnor, D. L. Corwin, R. Eigenberg, H. Farahani, S. Lambot, E. Pettinelli, and B. Woodbury. Section 10.6 - Agricultural geophysics. In: Subsurface Sensing. 2010. (Accepted). (Peer-reviewed Book Chapter).
  127. Segal, E., P.J. Shouse, S.A. Bradford, T.H. Skaggs and D.L. Corwin. 2009. Measuring particle size distribution using laser diffraction: Implications for predicting soil hydraulic properties. Soil Science. 174(12):639-645.
  128. Lobell, D. B., S. M. Lesch, D. L. Corwin, M. Ulmer, K. Anderson, D. Potts, J. Doolittle, M. Matos, and M. Baltes. Regional-scale assessment of soil salinity in the Red River Valley using multi-year MODIS EVI. J. Environ. Qual. 39(1):35-41. 2010.
  129. Corwin, D. L., and S. M. Lesch. Chapter 6 - Delineating site-specific management units with proximal sensors. In: Oliver, M. (ed.) Geostatistical Applications in Precision Agriculture. Springer, New Yor, NY. p. 139-166. 2010. (Peer-reviewed Book Chapter).
  130. Corwin, D.L., S.M. Lesch, and D.B. Lobell. 2010. Chapter 10 - Laboratory and field measurements. p. . In: Tanji, K.K. (ed.) Agricultural Salinity Assessment and Management, 2nd edition. ASCE Manuals and Reports on Engineering Practice No. 71. ASCE, New York, NY. (Accepted 9-05-07).
  131. Corwin, D.L., J.D. Rhoades, and J. Simunek. 2010. Chapter 26 - Leaching Requirement: Steady state vs. transient models. p. . In: Tanji, K.K. (ed.) Agricultural Salinity Assessment and Management, 2nd edition. ASCE Manuals and Reports on Engineering Practice No. 71. ASCE, New York, NY. (Accepted 12-31-07).
  132. Ayars, J.E., D.L. Corwin, and G. Hoffman. 2010. Chapter 12 - Leaching and control of root zone salinity. p. . In: Tanji, K.K. (ed.) Agricultural Salinity Assessment and Management, 2nd edition. ASCE Manuals and Reports on Engineering Practice No. 71. ASCE, New York, NY. (Accepted).
  133. Khan, H.A., A. Ghafoor, D.L. Corwin, M.A. Aziz., Saifullah. and M. Sabir. 2011. Organic and inorganic amendments affect soil concentration and accumulation of cadmium and lead in wheat in calcareous alkaline soils. J. Commun. Soil Sci. Plant. Anal. 42:111-122.
  134. Corwin, D. L., S. M. Lesch, E. Segal, P. J. Shouse, T. H. Skaggs, and S. A. Bradford. Comparison of model- and design-based sampling strategies for characterizing spatial variability with ECa-directed soil sampling. J. Environ. Eng. Geophysics. 2010 (Accepted April 30, 2010).
  135. Alonso, M. F., D. L. Corwin, J. D. Oster, J. Maas, and S. R. Kaffka. Modeling a Bermuda grass (Cynodon dactylon (L.) Pers.) production system under saline conditions in the western San Joaquin Valley of California. Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment. 2010 (Submitted).
  136. Segal, E., P. J. Shouse, S. A. Bradford, T. H. Skaggs, and D. L. Corwin. Field-Scale water flow characterization. J. Environ. Hydrol. 2010. (Submitted).
  137. Corwin, D. L., and S. Goldberg. Simulation of Mo transport through the root zone with a functional model. J. Contamin. Hydrol. 2010. (Submitted).
  138. Letey, J., G.J. Hoffman, J.W. Hopmans, S.R. Grattan, D.L. Suarez, D.L. Corwin, J.D. Oster, L. Wu and C. Amrhein. 2011. Evaluation of soil salinity leaching requirement guidelines. Agricultural Water Management. 98:502-506.
  139. Corwin, D.L., S.M. Lesch and D.B. Lobell. 2012. Laboratory and field measurements. In W.W. Wallender and K.K. Tanji (eds.) Agricultural Salinity Assessment and Management. ASCE Manual and Reports on Engineering Practice No. 71 (2nd Edition) ASCE, Reston VA. Chapter 10. 295-341.
  140. Corwin, D.L., J.D. Rhoades and J. Simunek. 2012. Leaching requirement: Steady-state vs. transient models. In: W.W. Wallender and K.K. Tanji (eds.) ASCE Manual and Reports on Engineering Practice No. 71 Agricultural Salinity Assessment and Management (2nd Edition). ASCE, Reston, VA. Chapter 26. 801-824.
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