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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

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Thomas E Gill
Wind Erosion and Water Conservation Research


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Disentangling dust emission mechanisms – a field study -
Klose, M., Peterson, S., Webb, N., Van Zee, J.W., Cooper, B., Van Pelt, R.S., Gill, T.E., Okin, G., Karl, J.W. 2016. Disentangling dust emission mechanisms – a field study [abstract]. American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting. December 12-16, 2016, San Francisco, California.
SEDIMENT TEXTURE EFFECT ON DUST EMISSION FROM SANDY SOILS AND ROAD SURFACES, SOUTHERN HIGH PLAINS, USA -
CHARACTERISTICS OF AIRBORNE DUST EMITTED FROM SOIL AND ROAD SURFACES, SOUTHERN HIGH PLAINS, USA -
SPATIAL VARIABILITY OF WIND EROSION DURING THE DUST BOWL IN THE LATE 1930S -
FATTY ACID PROFILES OF HIGHLY-ERODIBLE LANDS IN THE SOUTHERN HIGH PLAINS -
ANALYSIS OF LABORATORY-GENERATED DUST SUSPENSIONS DERIVED FROM SOILS AND ROADS -
VERTICAL PROFILES OF HORIZONTAL MASS FLUXES OF WIND ERODED PARTICLES (D > 50 MICROMETERS) RELATED TO FRICTION VELOCITY AND DISTANCE DOWNWIND AT OWENS (DRY) LAKE, CALIFORNIA. -
RELATION OF VERTICAL FLUX OF PM10 TO TOTAL AEOLIAN HORIZONTAL MASS FLUX AT OWENS LAKE -
FUGITIVE DUST GENERATION IN THE LABORATORY -
LONG-RANGE TRANSPORT OF SAHARAN DUST TO THE EASTERN UNITED STATES -
THE AMBIENT DUST STUDY AT LUBBOCK LAKE LANDMARK -
MICROBIAL FATTY ACID METHYL ESTERS AS BIOMARKERS: APPLICATION TO PROVENANCE DETERMINATION AND SEDIMENT TRANSPORT -
AIRBORNE DUST AND SEDIMENT MEASUREMENTS IN AGRICULTURAL FIELDS -
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