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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

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Dana Dinnes
Soil, Water & Air Resources Research
Agronomist

Phone: (515) 294-3797
Fax: (515) 294-8125

USDA, ARS
2110 UNIVERSITY BLVD.
AMES , IA 50011


Publications (Clicking on the reprint icon Reprint Icon will take you to the publication reprint.)
Field trials of Growmate humic products in Central and South America: benefits of networked sites. -
Occurrence and abundance of carbohydrates and amino compounds in sequentially extracted labile soil organic matter fractions. -
Abdelrahman, H., Olk, D.C., Dinnes, D.L., Ventrella, D., Cocozza, C. 2016. Occurrence and abundance of carbohydrates and amino compounds in sequentially extracted labile soil organic matter fractions. Journal of Soils and Sediments. doi: 10.1007/s11368-016-1437-y.
Can humic products become mainstream amendments for improving crop production? -
On-farm evaluation of a humic product in Iowa (U.S.) maize production -
Olk, D.C., Dinnes, D.L., Callaway, C., Raske, M. 2013. On-farm evaluation of a humic product in Iowa (U.S.) maize production. In: Xu, J., Wu, J., He, Z., editors. Functions of Natural Organic Matter in a Changing Environment. Dordrecht, The Netherlands: Springer. p. 1047-1050.
Chemical properties of humic and fulvic acid products and their ores of origin -
Mao, J., Olk, D.C., Na, C., Dinnes, D.L., Chappell, M. 2013. Chemical properties of humic and fulvic acid products and their ores of origin. In: Xu, J., Wu, J., He, Z., editors. Functions of Natural Organic Matter in a Changing Environment. Dordrecht, The Netherlands: Springer. p. 1067-1070.
Field evaluation of a humic product in Iowa corn fields -
Midwest soil and water conservation: Past, present and future -
Karlen, D.L., Dinnes, D.L., Singer, J.W. 2010. Midwest soil and water conservation: Past, present and future. In: Zobeck, T.M., Schillinger, W.F., editors. Soil and Water Conservation Advances in the U.S.: Past Efforts and Future Outlook. Madison, WI: Soil Science Society of America, Inc. p. 131-162.
Is No-Tillage Enough? A Field-Scale Watershed Assessment of Conservation Effects -
Karlen, D.L., Dinnes, D.L., Tomer, M.D., Meek, D.W., Cambardella, C.A., Moorman, T.B. 2009. Is No-Tillage Enough? A Field-Scale Watershed Assessment of Conservation Effects. Journal of Integrative Biosciences. 7(2):1-24.
Three Analysis Examples for Time Series Data -
Meek, D.W., Laird, D.A., Dinnes, D.L., Jaynes, D.B., Cambardella, C.A., Colvin, T.S., Hatfield, J.L., Karlen, D.L. 2008. Three Analysis Examples for Time Series Data [CD-ROM]. In: ASA-CSSA-SSSA Annual Meeting Abstracts, Oct. 5-9, 2008, Houston, TX.
Modeling Biochemical Impacts of Alternative Management Practices for a Row-Crop Field in Iowa -
Farahbakhshazad, N., Dinnes, D.L., Li, C., Jaynes, D.B., Salas, W. 2008. Modeling Biochemical Impacts of Alternative Management Practices for a Row-Crop Field in Iowa. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment. 123(1-3):30-48.
APPLICATION OF THE ANNAGNPS MODEL TO THE WALNUT CREEK, IA CEAP BENCHMARK WATERSHED -
Dinnes, D.L., Jaynes, D.B., Karlen, D.L., Bingner, R.L., Yuan, Y. 2006. Application of the ANNAGNPS model to the Walnut Creek, IA CEAP benchmark watershed. 2006 USDA-ARS CEAP Watershed Assessment Study Annual Meeting. Available: www.nrcs.usda.gov/TECHNICAL/nri/ceap/watersheds/2006meeting.html.
TRANSLATING AGRICULTURAL WATER QUALITY RESEARCH RESULTS INTO A FORMAT FOR POLICYMAKERS TO USE -
Dinnes, D.L., Jaynes, D.B., Hatfield, J.L. 2005. Translating agricultural water quality research results into a format for policymakers to use [CD-ROM]. In: ASA-CSSA-SSSA Annual Meeting Abstracts, Nov. 6-10, 2005, Salt Lake City, UT.
MODELING NITRATE LEACHING WITH A BIOGEOCHEMICAL MODEL MODIFIED BASED ON OBSERVATIONS IN A ROW-CROP FIELD IN IOWA -
Li, C., Farahbakhshazad, N., Jaynes, D.B., Dinnes, D.L., Salas, W., Mclaughlin, D. 2006. Modeling nitrate leaching with a biogeochemical model modified based on observations in a row-crop field in Iowa. Ecological Modeling. 196:116-130.
CORN RESPONSE TO LATE-SPRING NITROGEN MANAGEMENT IN THE WALNUT CREEK WATERSHED -
Karlen, D.L., Dinnes, D.L., Jaynes, D.B., Hurburgh, C.R., Cambardella, C.A., Colvin, T.S., Rippke, G.R. 2005. Corn response to late-spring nitrogen management in the Walnut Creek watershed. Agronomy Journal. 97:1054-1061.
ASSESSMENTS OF PRACTICES TO REDUCE NITROGEN AND PHOSPHORUS NONPOINT SOURCE POLLUTION OF IOWA'S SURFACE WATERS -
Dinnes, D.L. Assessments of practices to reduce nitrogen and phosphorus nonpoint source pollution of Iowa's surface waters. Review Article. Available at: ftp://ftp.nstl.gov/pub/NPS/NPS Nutrient Pollution Assessments of Conservation Practices.pdf
THE EFFECTS OF N-FERTILIZER PRACTICES ON THE WATER QUALITY OF WALNUT CREEK, IOWA -
Jaynes, D.B., Dinnes, D.L., Hatfield, J.L., Saleh, A., Arnold, J.G. 2004. The Effects of N-Fertilizer Practices on the Water Quality of Walnut Creek, Iowa [CD-ROM]. ASA-CSSA-SSSA Annual Meeting Abstracts. Madison, Wisconsin.
USING THE LATE SPRING NITRATE TEST TO REDUCE NITRATE LOSS WITHIN A WATERSHED -
JAYNES, D.B., DINNES, D.L., MEEK, D.W., KARLEN, D.L., CAMBARDELLA, C.A., COLVIN, T.S. USING THE LATE SPRING NITRATE TEST TO REDUCE NITRATE LOSS WITHIN A WATERSHED. JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY. 2004. V. 33(2). P. 656-668.
CHARACTERIZATION OF WATER AND NITRATE FLUXES FROM A TILE-DRAINED WATERSHED -
TOMER, M.D., JAYNES, D.B., HATFIELD, J.L., COLE, K.J., DINNES, D.L., JAQUIS, R.J. CHARACTERIZATION OF WATER AND NITRATE FLUXES FROM A TILE-DRAINED WATERSHED. SOIL AND WATER CONSERVATION SOCIETY. 2002. V. 57(5). P. 325.
SURFACE WATER QUALITY RESPONSE TO A NITROGEN FERTILIZER BMP AT THE WATERSHED SCALE -
DINNES, D.L., JAYNES, D.B., KARLEN, D.L., MEEK, D.W., CAMBARDELLA, C.A., COLVIN, T.S., HATFIELD, J.L. SURFACE WATER QUALITY RESPONSE TO A NITROGEN FERTILIZER BMP AT THE WATERSHED SCALE. SOIL AND WATER CONSERVATION SOCIETY. 2002. V. 57(5). P. 308.
A SITE-SPECIFIC EVALUATION OF A CROP-DENITRIFICATION/DECOMPOSITION MODEL BASED UPON A US MIDWESTERN ROW-CROP FIELD -
FARAHBAKHSHAZAD, N., MCLAUGHLIN, D., DINNES, D.L., JAYNES, D.B., LI, C. A SITE-SPECIFIC EVALUATION OF A CROP-DENITRIFICATION/DECOMPOSITION MODEL BASED UPON A US MIDWESTERN ROW-CROP FIELD. INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON PRECISION AGRICULTURE ABSTRACTS & PROCEEDINGS. 2002. CD-ROM. Madison, WI: ASA-CSSA-SSSA.
FLOW-DURATION CHARACTERIZATION OF WATER AND NITRATE FLUXES FROM A TILE-DRAINED WATERSHED -
TOMER, M.D., BURKART, M.R., JAYNES, D.B., JAQUIS, R.J., COLE, K.J., HATFIELD, J.L., DINNES, D.L. FLOW-DURATION CHARACTERIZATION OF WATER AND NITRATE FLUXES FROM A TILE-DRAINED WATERSHED. AMERICAN SOCIETY OF AGRONOMY MEETINGS. 2001. CD-ROM. MADISON, WI.
NITROGEN MANAGEMENT STRATEGIES TO REDUCE NITRATE LEACHING IN TILE-DRAINED MIDWESTERN SOILS -
DINNES, D.L., KARLEN, D.L., JAYNES, D.B., KASPAR, T.C., HATFIELD, J.L., COLVIN, T.S., CAMBARDELLA, C.A. NITROGEN MANAGEMENT STRATEGIES TO REDUCE NITRATE LEACHING IN TILE-DRAINED MIDWESTERN SOILS. AGRONOMY JOURNAL. 2002. V. 94. P. 153-171.
PLANT-SOIL-MICROBE N RELATIONSHIPS IN HIGH RESIDUE MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS -
DINNES, D.L., JAYNES, D.B., KASPAR, T.C., COLVIN, T.S., CAMBARDELLA, C.A., KARLEN, D.L. PLANT-SOIL-MICROBE N RELATIONSHIPS IN HIGH RESIDUE MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS. SOUTH DAKOTA NO TILL ASSOCIATION ANNUAL CONFERENCE. 2001. P. 45-50.
N MANAGEMENT AND HYPOXIA: A RESEARCH FOCUS OF THE USDA-ARS NATIONAL SOIL TILTH LABORATORY -
Dinnes, D.L., Jaynes, D.B., Hatfield, J.L., Burkart, M.R., Parkin, T.B., Cambardella, C.A., Karlen, D.L., Colvin, T.S., Kaspar, T.C., James, D.E. 2001. N management and hypoxia: A research focus of the USDA-ARS National Soil Tilth Laboratory. Farm Bureau Members National Convention. American Farm Bureau Federation, Washington, D.C.
A FUNCTIONAL TREE, SHRUB AND GRASS BUFFER FOR A CONFINED ANIMAL FEEDING FACILITY -
Hunt, R., Christensen, D., Colletti, J., Dinnes, D.L., Hatfield, J.L. 2000. A functional tree, shrub and grass buffer for a confined animal feeding facility. Innovative technologies for planning animal feeding operations, comprehensive nutrient management planning program and proceedings. p. 192-200.
REDUCING N CONTAMINATION OF SURFACE WATERS FROM TILE-DRAINED SOILS AT THE WATERSHED SCALE -
Dinnes, D.L., Jaynes, D.B., Meek, D.W., Cambardella, C.A., Colvin, T.S., Hatfield, J.L., Karlen, D.L. 2000. Reducing n contamination of surface waters from tile-drained soils at the watershed scale [CD-ROM]. ASA-CSSA-SSSA Annual Meeting Abstracts. Madison, Wisconsin.
WATERSHED SCALE INTENSIVE NITROGEN FERTILIZER MANAGEMENT REDUCES NITROGEN CONTAMINATION OF SURFACE WATERS -
AN AUTOREGRESSION MODEL FOR A PAIRED WATERSHED COMPARISON -
MEEK, D.W., DINNES, D.L., JAYNES, D.B., CAMBARDELLA, C.A., COLVIN, T.S., HATFIELD, J.L., KARLEN, D.L. AN AUTOREGRESSION MODEL FOR A PAIRED WATERSHED COMPARISON. APPLIED STATISTICS IN AGRICULTURE CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS. 2000. P. 223-231.
AN AUTOREGRESSION MODEL FOR A PAIRED WATERSHED COMPARISON -
Meek, D.W., Dinnes, D.L., Jaynes, D.B., Cambardella, C.A., Colvin, T.S., Hatfield, J.L., Karlen, D.L. 2000. An autoregression model for a paired watershed comparison. Proceedings of the 12th Applied Statistics In Agriculture Conference. p. 223-231.
INTENSIVE N FERTILIZER MANAGEMENT EFFECTS ON WATER QUALITY AT THE WATERSHED SCALE -
Dinnes, D.L., Jaynes, D.B., Cambardella, C.A., Colvin, T.S., Hatfield, J.L., Karlen, D.L. 2000. Intensive N fertilizer management effects on water quality at the watershed scale. Proceedings of the Watershed Approach to Improving Water Quality: Fact or Fantasy? Soil and Water Conservation Society. p. 95-99.
INTENSIVE N FERTILIZER MANAGEMENT EFFECTS ON WATER QUALITY AT THE WATERSHED SCALE -
INTENSIVE NITROGEN FERTILIZER MANAGEMENT EFFECTS ON WATER QUALITY AT THE WATERSHED SCALE -
Dinnes, D.L., Jaynes, D.B., Meek, D.W., Cambardella, C.A., Colvin, T.S., Hatfield, J.L., Karlen, D.L. 2000. Intensive nitrogen fertilizer management effects on water quality at the watershed scale. Proceedings of Agriculture and the Environment: A Wake-Up Call for Iowans. Iowa State University Extension, Ames, Iowa.
INTENSIVE N FERTILIZER MANAGEMENT EFFECTS ON WATER QUALITY AT THE WATERSHED SCALE -
Dinnes, D.L., Jaynes, D.B., Cambardella, C.A., Colvin, T.S., Hatfield, J.L., Karlen, D.L. 1999. Intensive n fertilizer management effects on water quality at the watershed scale [CD-ROM]. ASA-CSSA-SSSA Annual Meeting Abstracts. Madison, Wisconsin.
SPLIT APPLICATION NITROGEN FERTILIZER MANAGEMENT EFFECTS ON CORN YIELD AND WATER QUALITY -
Dinnes, D.L., Jaynes, D.B., Cambardella, C.A., Colvin, T.S., Hatfield, J.L., Karlen, D.L. 1999. Split application nitrogen fertilizer management effects on corn yield and water quality. Farm Bureau Spokesman Press. 1999 Autumn Harvest Issue. Iowa Farm Bureau, West Des Moines, Iowa.
NITRATE-NITROGEN LOADS IN SUBSURFACE DRAINED SOILS IN CENTRAL IOWA -
EFFECTS OF AN OPTIMUM FERTILIZER PROGRAM ON CORN YIELD AND WATERSHED WATER QUALITY -
EFFECTS OF AN OPTIMUM N FERTILIZER PROGRAM ON CORN YIELD AND WATERSHED WATER QUALITY -
POTENTIAL FOR NITROGEN FERTILIZER VARIABLE RATE MANAGEMENT: A CASE STUDY -
REDUCING AGRICULTURE'S CONTRIBUTION TO NITRATE CONTAMINATION OF SURFACE WATERS -
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