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Wells Hively (Dean)

Visiting Scientist


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W. Dean Hively, Ph.D.
Research Soil Scientist
USDA-ARS Hydrology and Remote Sensing Laboratory
Bldg. 007, Rm. 7, BARC-West
Beltsville, MD 20705-2350 USA
Voice: (301) 504-9031
Fax: (301) 504-8931
Dean.Hively@ars.usda.gov

 

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Selected Publications: (please contact the author to determine reprint availability)

(view author's publications/interpretive summaries/technical abstracts since 1999)

Hively, W.D. 1998. Interseeding of Cover Crop Species into Soybean: Performance and N Contribution to Succeeding Corn. M.S. Thesis. Cornell University, Ithaca, NY.

Hively, W.D. and W.J. Cox. 2001. Interseeding cover crops into soybean and subsequent corn yields. Agronomy Journal 93(2): 308-313. American Society of Agronomy, Madison, WI.

Hively, W.D., L. Buck, L. Drinkwater, and N. Uphoff. 2004. Contributions of Agricultural Biodiversity and Natural Ecosystem Processes to Sustainable Agricultural Systems. Chapter Six In L. Buck, T.A. Gavin, D.R. Lee, and N.T. Uphoff (Eds.). Ecoagriculture: A Review and Assessment of its Scientific Foundations, pp. 74-118. Cornell University, Ithaca, NY.

Hively, W.D. 2004. Phosphorus Loading from a Monitored Dairy Farm Landscape. Ph.D. Dissertation. Cornell University, Ithaca, NY.

Tan, I.Y.S., H.M. van Es, J.M. Duxbury, J.J. Melkonian, R.R. Schindelbeck, L.D. Geohring, W.D. Hively, and B.N. Moebius. Nitrous oxide losses under maize production as affected by soil type, tillage, rotation, and fertilization. [Submitted to Journal of Environmental Quality, May 2005]

Gérard-Marchant, P., W.D. Hively, and T. S. Steenhuis. 2005. Distributed hydrological modeling of dissolved phosphorus transport in an agricultural landscape, Part I: distributed runoff generation. Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 10:245-261.

Hively, W.D., P. Gérard-Marchant, and T. S. Steenhuis. 2005. Distributed hydrological modeling of dissolved phosphorus transport in an agricultural landscape, Part II: dissolved phosphorus transport. Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 10:263-276.

Hively, W.D., R.B. Bryant, and T.J. Fahey. 2005. Phosphorus concentrations in overland flow from diverse locations on a New York dairy farm. Journal of Environmental Quality 34(4): 1224-1233.

Bishop, P.L., W.D. Hively, J.R. Stedinger, J.A. Bloomfield, M.R. Rafferty, and J.L. Lojpersberger. 2005. Multivariate analysis of paired watershed data to evaluate agricultural best management practice effects on stream water phosphorus. Journal of Environmental Quality 34(3): 1087-1101.

Hively,W.D., E.J. Neafsey, M. Havens, S. DeGloria, and H.M. van Es. 2005. Hyperspectral sensing of soil pedons for soil classification and survey. [Manuscript in preparation]

Hively, W.D., H.M. van Es, R.R. Shindelbeck, B. Moebius, D. Grantham, T. Owiyo, A.V. Bigli, W.D. Philpot, and S.D. DeGloria. Hyperspectral Analysis of Long-term Tillage Effects on Soil Reflectance, Nutrition, and Aggregate Stability. [Manuscript in internal review]

Hively, W.D. 2005. Characterization of phosphorus loading source areas in a monitored dairy farm landscape, five years after implementation of best management practices. [Manuscript in preparation]

Bryant, R.B., W.J. Gburek, T.L.Veith, and W.D. Hively. 2006. Perspectives on the potential of hydropedology to improve watershed modeling of phosphorus loss. Geoderma 131: 299-307.



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