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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

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Clinton F Williams
Water Management and Conservation Research
Soil Science

Phone: (520) 316-6379
Fax: (520) 316-6379

USALARC
21881 NORTH CARDON LANE
MARICOPA , AZ 85238

Projects
Reuse of Treated Municipal Waste Water for Irrigation as a Means to Increase Alternative Water Supplies
In-House Appropriated (D)
  Accession Number: 422850
Analysis of Antibiotic Resistant Bacteria in Soils Exposed to Human Antibiotics from Wastewater Treatment Plant Irrigation
Non-Assistance Cooperative Agreement (S)
  Accession Number: 429058

Publications (Clicking on the reprint icon Reprint Icon will take you to the publication reprint.)
Septic systems as hot-spots of pollutants in the environment: Fate and mass balance of micropollutants in septic drainfields -
Yang, Y., Toor, G.S., Wilson, P., Williams, C.F. 2016. Septic systems as hot-spots of pollutants in the environment: Fate and mass balance of micropollutants in septic drainfields. Environmental Science and Technology. doi: 10.1016/j.scitotenv.2016.06.043.
Uptake of three antibiotics and an anti-epileptic drug by wheat plants spray irrigated with wastewater treatment plant effluent -
Franklin, A., Williams, C.F., Andrews, D., Woodward, E., Watson, J. 2016. Uptake of three antibiotics and an anti-epileptic drug by wheat plants spray irrigated with wastewater treatment plant effluent. Journal of Environmental Quality. 45:546–554.
Vadose zone transport of natural and synthetic estrogen hormones at Penn State's "Living Filter" wastewater irrigation site -
Woodward, E.E., Andwers, D.M., Williams, C.F., Watson, J.E. 2014. Vadose zone transport of natural and synthetic estrogen hormones at Penn State's "Living Filter" wastewater irrigation site. Journal of Environmental Quality. 43(6):1933-1943.
Pharmaceuticals and organochlorine pesticides in sediments of an urban river in Florida, United States -
Yang, Y., Toor, G.S., Williams, C.F. 2015. Pharmaceuticals and organochlorine pesticides in sediments of an urban river in Florida, United States. Journal of Soils and Sediments. 15:993-1004.
Sustainability of water reclamation: long-term recharge with reclaimed wastewater does not enhance antibiotic resistance in sediment bacteria Reprint Icon -
Mclain, J.E., Williams, C.F. 2014. Sustainability of water reclamation: long-term recharge with reclaimed wastewater does not enhance antibiotic resistance in sediment bacteria. Sustainability. 6:1313-1327.
Comparison of equilibrium and non-equilibrium distribution coefficients for the human drug carbamazepine -
Sorption/Desorption of lincomycin from three arid region soils -
Serum estrogenicity and biological responses in African catfish raised in wastewater ponds in Ghana -
Asem-Hiablie, S., Church, C., Elliott, H.A., Shappell, N.W., Schoenfuss, H.L., Drechsel, P., Williams, C.F., Knopf, A.L., Dabie, M.Y. 2013. Serum estrogenicity and biological responses in African catfish raised in wastewater ponds in Ghana. Science of the Total Environment. 463-464. p.1182-1191.
Antibiotic effects on microbial community characteristics in soils under conservation management practices -
Unger, I.M., Goyne, K.W., Kennedy, A.C., Kremer, R.J., McLain, J.E., Williams, C.F. 2013. Antibiotic effects on microbial community characteristics in soils under conservation management practices. Soil Science Society of America Journal. 77:100–112.
Patterns of estrogen occurrence in sewage treatment effluent (STPE) from a university campus -
Asem-Hiablie, S., Herschel, E.A., Church, C., Watson, J.E., Williams, C.F. 2012. Patterns of estrogen occurrence in sewage treatment effluent (STPE) from a university campus. In: Proceedings of the American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers International (ASABE), July 29 - August 1, 2012, Dallas Texas. Paper No. 121338255.
Soil persistence and fate of carbamazepine, lincomycin, caffeine, and iburpofen from wastewater -
Williams, C.F., Mclain, J.E. 2012. Soil persistence and fate of carbamazepine, lincomycin, caffeine, and iburpofen from wastewater. Journal of Environmental Quality. 41(5):1473-1480.
Occurrence of carbamazepine in soils under different land uses receiving wastewater -
Walker, C.W., Watson, J.E., Williams, C.F. 2012. Occurrence of carbamazepine in soils under different land uses receiving wastewater. Journal of Environmental Quality. 41(4):1263-1267.
Evaluating surface seals in soil columns to mitigate methy isothiocyanate volatilization -
Comparison of rhodamine-WT and bromide as a tracer for elucidating internal wetland flow dynamics -
Williams, C.F., Nelson, S.D. 2011. Comparison of rhodamine-WT and bromide as a tracer for elucidating internal wetland flow dynamics. Ecological Engineering. 37:1492-1498.
Assessing Environmental Impacts of Treated Wastewater through Monitoring of Fecal Indicator Bacteria and Salinity in Irrigated Soils -
Mclain, J.E., Williams, C.F. 2011. Assessing Environmental Impacts of Treated Wastewater through Monitoring of Fecal Indicator Bacteria and Salinity in Irrigated Soils. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment. 184:1559-1572.
Nonuniform and Unsteady Solute Transport in Furrow Irrigation II. Description of Field Experiments and Calibration of Infiltration and Roughness Coefficients -
Perea, H., Bautista, E., Hunsaker, D.J., Strelkoff, T., Williams, C.F., Adamsen, F.J. 2011. Nonuniform and unsteady solute transport in furrow irrigation II. Description of field experiments and calibration of infiltration and roughness coefficients. Journal of Irrigation and Drainage Engineering. 137(5):315-326.
Bacterial antibiotic resistance in soils irrigated with reclaimed municipal wastewater -
Increased soil sorption of pendimethalin due to deposition of guayule-derived detritus -
Williams, C.F., Coffelt, T.A., Watson, J.E. 2009. Increased soil sorption of pendimethalin due to deposition of guayule-derived detritus. Soil Science Society of America Journal. 73(6):1952-1957.
CHARACTERIZATION AND RECYCLING OF WASTE WATER FROM GUAYULE LATEX EXTRACTION -
Coffelt, T.A., Williams, C.F. 2009. Characterization and recycling of waste water from guayule latex extraction. Industrial Crops and Products (29), pp. 648-653.
Plant Population, Planting Date, and Germplasm Effects on Guayule Latex, Rubber and Resin Yields -
Coffelt, T.A., Nakayama, F.S., Ray, D.T., Cornish, K., Mcmahan, C.M., Williams, C.F. 2009. Plant Population, Planting Date, and Germplasm Effects on Guayule Latex, Rubber and Resin Yields. Industrial Crops and Products. 29(1):255-260.
A LOW-COST THREE-DIMENSIONAL SAMPLE COLLECTION ARRAY TO EVALUATE AND MONITOR CONSTRUCTED WETLANDS -
Williams, C.F., Adamsen, F.J. 2008. A low-cost three-dimensional sample collection array to evaluate and monitor constructed wetlands. Ecological Engineering. 33(1):83-90
Seasonal variation in accurate identification of Escherichia coli within a constructed wetland receiving tertiary-treated municipal effluent -
Mclain, J.E., Williams, C.F. 2008. Seasonal variation in accurate identification of Escherichia coli within a constructed wetland receiving tertiary-treated municipal effluent. Water Research. doi:10.1016/j.watres.2008.06003. 42:4041-4048
A LOW COST THREE-DIMENSIONAL SAMPLE COLLECTION ARRAY TO EVALUATE AND MONITOR CONSTRUCTED WETLANDS -
Williams, C.F., Adamsen, F.J. 2008. A low cost three-dimensional sample collection array to evaluate and monitor constructed wetlands. Journal of Environmental Quality. 33:83:90
POTENTIAL RECYCLING OF ANTIOXIDANT SOLUTION FOR GUAYULE LATEX EXTRACTION -
Coffelt, T.A., Williams, C.F. 2007. Potential recycling of antioxidant solution for guayule latex extraction, P. 28.
PRESENCE AND TRANSPORT OF ESCHERICHIA COLI AND SALMONELLA SPP. IN SOILS OF A MUNICIPAL PARK IRRIGATED WITH RECLAIMED WASTEWATER -
Spatial Distribution of the Human Drug Carbamazepine in a Constructed Wetland Receiving Municipal Sewage Eflluent -
Williams, C.F., Mclain, J.E., Adamsen, F.J. 2006. Spatial Distribution of the Human Drug Carbamazepine in a Constructed Wetland Receiving Municipal Sewage Eflluent. Agronomy Abstracts. [CD-ROM P25327]
E. coli Regrowth in a Constructed Wetland Receiving Treated Sewage Effluent: A Threat to Human Health? -
Mclain, J.E., Williams, C.F., Rock, C.M. 2006. E. coli regrowth in a constructed wetland receiving treated sewage effluent: a threat to human health?. Agronomy Abstracts. [CD-ROM P24484]
SORPTION/DESORPTION OF CARBAMAZEPINE FROM IRRIGATED SOILS -
Williams, C.F., Williams, C.F., Adamsen, F.J. 2006. Sorption/desorption of carbamazepine from irrigated soils. Journal of Environmental Quality. 35(5):1779-1783.
ESTIMATING THE POTENTIAL FOR FACILITATED TRANSPORT OF NAPROPAMIDE BY DISSOLVED ORGANIC MATTER Reprint Icon -
Williams, C.F., Letey, J., Farmer, W.F. 2006. ESTIMATING THE POTENTIAL FOR FACILITATED TRANSPORT OF NAPROPAMIDE BY DISSOLVED ORGANIC MATTER. Soil Science Society of America Journal. doi:102136/sssaj2001.0063, pp. 24-30.
IS IRRIGATED AGRICULTURE SUSTAINABLE? THE BATTLE TO COUNTERACT SALINITY -
Williams, C.F. Is irrigated agriculture sustainable? the battle to counteract salinity. Southwest Hydrology. 4(4):22-23
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