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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

Research Project: BENEFITS AND RISKS OF USING WASTE FOUNDRY SAND FOR AGRICULTURAL AND HORTICULTURAL APPLICATIONS Publications (Clicking on the reprint icon Reprint Icon will take you to the publication reprint.)

Long Term Effects of Fluidized Bed Material Applied at Disposal Levels on Soil Metals and Nutrient Concentrations as Related to Soil Depth - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Codling, E.E., Raja, A.W. 2012. Long Term Effects of Fluidized Bed Material Applied at Disposal Levels on Soil Metals and Nutrient Concentrations as Related to Soil Depth. Soil Science. 43:1720-1731.
Availability of residual phosphorus from broiler litter ash and layer manure ash amended soil for Paspalum vaginatum uptake - (Abstract Only)
Codling, E.E. 2010. Availability of residual phosphorus from broiler litter ash and layer manure ash amended soil for Paspalum vaginatum uptake. Meeting Abstract. pp. 304-307.
Framework of risk assessment in relation to FGD-gypsum use as agricultural amendment - (Abstract Only)
Codling, E.E., Chaney, R.L. 2009. Framework of risk assessment in relation to FGD-gypsum use as agricultural amendment. Meeting Abstract.
Correlating Arsenic-Induced Morphological Change in Spinach Leaves With Leaf Spectral Characteristics - (Abstract Only)
Bandaru, V., Hansen, D.L., Codling, E.E., Daughtry, C.S., White-Hansen, S.E., Czymmek, K.J., Green, C.E., Pizzolato, T. 2009. Correlating Arsenic-Induced Morphological Change in Spinach Leaves With Leaf Spectral Characteristics. Meeting Abstract.
Raman spectra of organic (myo-inositol hexakis phosphate) and inorganic P sepctra show pH dependence - (Proceedings)
Heighton, L., Schmidt, W.F. 2009. Raman spectra of organic (myo-inositol hexakis phosphate) and inorganic P sepctra show pH dependence. Proceedings of American Chemical Society National Meeting.
Soil Chemistry Still Affected 23 Years After Large Application of Fluidized Bed Material - (Abstract Only)
Codling, E.E., Raja, A.W. 2009. Soil Chemistry Still Affected 23 Years After Large Application of Fluidized Bed Material. Meeting Abstract.
Microarray analysis of bacterial diversity and distribution in aggregates from a desert agricultural soil - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Kim, J., Dungan, R.S., Crowley, D. 2008. Microarray analysis of bacterial diversity and distribution in aggregates from a desert agricultural soil. Biology and Fertility of Soils. 44:1003-1011.
Amelioration of physical strength in waste foundry green sands for reuse as a soil amendment - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
De Koff, J.P., Lee, B.D., Dungan, R.S. 2008. Amelioration of physical strength in waste foundry green sands for reuse as a soil amendment. Journal of Environmental Quality. 37:2332-2338.
The Characterization of Total and Leachable Metals in Foundry Molding Sands     Reprint Icon - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Dungan, R.S., Dees, N.H. 2009. The Characterization of Total and Leachable Metals in Foundry Molding Sands. Journal of Environmental Management. 90:539-548.
The Phylogeny of Fluorescent Pseudomonads in an Unflooded Rice Paddy Soil - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Weon, H., Dungan, R.S., Kwon, S., Kim, J. 2007. The Phylogeny of Fluorescent Pseudomonads in an Unflooded Rice Paddy Soil. Annals of Microbiology. 57:299-306.
Saturated Hydraulic Conductivity of Soils Blended with Waste Foundry Sands - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Dungan, R.S., Lee, B.D., Shouse, P., De Koff, J.P. 2007. Saturated hydraulic conductivity of soils blended with waste foundry sands. Soil Science. 172:751-758.
Pyrolysis of Carbonaceous Foundry Sand Additives: Seacoal and Gilsonite - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Dungan, R.S., Reeves III, J.B. 2007. Pyrolysis of Carbonaceous Foundry Sand Additives: Seacoal and Gilsonite. Thermochimica Acta. 183:213-223.
Use of Spinach, Radish, and Perennial Ryegrass to Assess the Availability of Metals in Waste Foundry Sands     Reprint Icon - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Dungan, R.S., Dees, N.H. 2007. Use of Spinach, Radish, and Perennial Ryegrass to Assess the Availability of Metals in Waste Foundry Sands. Journal Of Water Air And Soil Pollution. 183:213-223.
Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons and Phenolics in Ferrous and Non-Ferrous Waste Foundry Sands - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Dungan, R.S. 2006. Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons and phenolics in ferrous and non-ferrous waste foundry sands. Journal of Residuals Science & Technology. 3:203-208.
Composting Waste Foundry Sand with Leaves to Amend Adverse Physical Properties - (Abstract Only)
De Koff, J.P., Lee, B.D., Dungan, R.S. 2006. Composting waste foundry sand with leaves to amend adverse physical properties [abstract]. World Congress of Soil Science. [CD-ROM] 143-6.
Metals in Waste Foundry Sands: Assessment with Earthworms - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Dungan, R.S., Dees, N.H. 2006. Metals in waste foundry sands: assessment with earthworms. Journal of Residuals Science & Technology. 3:177-184.
Use of Headspace Techniques to Monitor the Volatilization and Degradation of Dimethylselenide - (Abstract Only)
Dungan, R.S., Yates, S.R., Frankenberger, Jr, W. 2006. Use of Headspace Techniques to Monitor the Volatilization and Degradation of Dimethylselenide. [abstract]. Abstract #331, p. 41.
Near Infrared Spectroscopic Analysis of Foundry Moulding and Core Sands - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Dungan, R.S., Reeves III, J.B. 2007. Near Infrared Spectroscopic Analysis of Foundry Moulding and Core Sands. Near Infrared Spectroscopy Journal. 15(3):189-194.
Plant Availability of Metals in Waste Foundry Sands - (Abstract Only)
Dungan, R.S., Dees, N.H., Green, C.E. 2006. Plant Availability of Metals in Waste Foundry Sands. Meeting Abstract. p. 230.
The Community Composition of Root-Associated Bacteria of the Tomato Plant - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Kim, J., Dungan, R.S., Kwon, S., Weon, H. 2006. The community composition of root-associated bacteria of the tomato plant. World Journal of Microbiology and Biotechnology. Vol. 22, pp. 1267-1273.
Mid-Infrared Analysis of Foundry Green Sands and Chemically Bonded Cores - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Dungan, R.S., Reeves III, J.B. 2006. Mid-infrared analysis of foundry green sands and chemically bonded cores. Journal of Residuals Science & Technology. 3(1):61-66.
Using the Earthworm, Eisenia Fetida, to Assess the Ecotoxicity of Waste Foundry Sands - (Abstract Only)
Dungan, R.S., Dees, N.H. 2005. Using the earthworm, eisenia fetida, to assess the ecotoxicity of waste foundry sands. ASA-CSSA-SSSA Annual Meeting Abstracts.
Chemical and Mineralogical Properties of Iron and Aluminum Waste Green Foundry Sands - (Abstract Only)
Dekoff, J., Lee, B., Dungan, R.S. 2005. Chemical and mineralogical properties of iron and aluminum waste green foundry sands. ASA-CSSA-SSSA Annual Meeting Abstracts.
Can Waste Foundry Sands Be Used to Improve the Infiltration Rate of Poorly Drained Soils? - (Abstract Only)
Dungan, R.S., Lee, B., Shouse, P.J., Dees, N.H. 2005. Can waste foundry sands be used to improve the infiltration rate of poorly drained soils? [abstract].ASA-CSSA-SSSA Annual Meeting Abstracts. p. 905.
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