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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

Publications at this Location
ARS scientists publish results of their research projects in many formats. Listed below are the publications from research projects conducted at this location.

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2005 Publications
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The Effect of Climate on Plant and Soil Properties at Different Scales
(Abstract Only)
(01-Apr-05)
Soil Structure and Community Function: the Distribution of Two C Cycle Enzymes in Soil Aggregates of a Prairie Chronosequence.
(Abstract Only)
(01-Apr-05)
Predicting and Controlling Wind Blown Dust.
(Proceedings)
(01-Apr-05)
Soil Microbes: from Erosion Reduction to Tracking.
(Proceedings)
(10-Feb-05)
Dissipation of Bromide and Metribuzin Affected by Tillage and Crop Residue Management in Subarctic Alaska
(Peer Reviewed Journal)
(26-Jan-05)
Soil Health: Your Family’s and Your Farm’s Future
(Proceedings)
(10-Jan-05)
Hydraulic and Erosion Tests of a Frozen Soil: Facility and Experimentation
(Proceedings)
(02-Jan-05)
Carbon Dynamics in Corn-Soybean Crop Sequences: Tillage Effects and Evidence of C Priming.
(Abstract Only)
(01-Jan-05)
Assessing the Usefulness of Simple Mathematical Models to Describe Soil Carbon Dynamics.
(Abstract Only)
(01-Jan-05)
Erodible and Soil Hydraulic Properties Affected by 20 Years of Tillage in Subarctic Alaska
(Abstract Only)
(01-Jan-05)
Low Soil Disturbance Organic Cropping Systems: Lessons Learned During the First Four Years.
(Abstract Only)
(01-Jan-05)
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