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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

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Raymond Anderson (Ray)
Contaminant Fate and Transport Research
Soil Science

Phone: (951) 369-4851
Fax: (951) 342-4964

450 W BIG SPRINGS RD
RIVERSIDE , CA 92507

Projects
Effects of Agricultural Water Management and Land Use Practices on Regional Water Quality
Appropriated (D)
  Accession Number: 422735

Publications (Clicking on the reprint icon Reprint Icon will take you to the publication reprint.)
Spatial interpolation quality assessments for soil sensor transect datasets -
Scudiero, E., Corwin, D.L., Morari, F., Anderson, R.G., Skaggs, T.H. 2016. Spatial interpolation quality assessments for soil sensor transect datasets. Computers and Electronics in Agriculture. 123:74-79. doi: 10.1016/j.compag.2016.02.016.
Impact of water use efficiency on eddy covariance flux partitioning using correlation structure analysis -
FLUXPART: An FOSS solution for Eddy covariance flux partitioning -
Soil degradation in farmlands of California’s San Joaquin Valley resulting from drought-induced land-use changes -
Remote sensing soil salinity map for the San Joaquin Valley, California -
Estimation of water flux in urban area using eddy covariance measurements in Riverside, Southern California -
Using satellite-based estimates of evapotranspiration and groundwater changes to determine anthropogenic water fluxes in land surface models Reprint Icon -
Anderson, R.G., Lo, M., Swenson, S., Famiglietti, J.S., Tang, Q., Skaggs, T.H., Lin, Y., Wu, R. 2015. Using satellite-based estimates of evapotranspiration and groundwater changes to determine anthropogenic water fluxes in land surface models. Geoscientific Model Development. 8:3021-3031. doi: 10.5194/gmd-8-3021-2015.
Using eddy covariance and flux partitioning to assess basal, soil, and stress coefficients for crop evapotranspiration models -
Using eddy covariance and flux partitioning to assess basal, soil, and stress coefficients for crop evapotranspiration models -
Open software tools for eddy covariance flux partitioning -
Soil carbon and nitrogen stocks of different Hawaiian sugarcane cultivars Reprint Icon -
Tirado-Corbala, R., Anderson, R.G., Wang, D., Ayars, J.E. 2015. Soil carbon and nitrogen stocks of different Hawaiian sugarcane cultivars. Agronomy. 5(2):239. doi: 10.3390/agronomy5020239.
Satellite-based crop coefficient and regional water use estimates for Hawaiian sugarcane -
Zhang, H., Anderson, R.G., Wang, D. 2015. Satellite-based crop coefficient and regional water use estimates for Hawaiian sugarcane. Field Crops Research. 180:143-154.
Two-year growth cycle sugarcane crop parameter attributes and their application in modeling Reprint Icon -
Meki, M.N., Kiniry, J.R., Youkhana, A.H., Crow, S.E., Ogoshi, R.M., Nakahata, M.H., Tirado-Corbala, R., Anderson, R.G., Osorio, J., Jeong, J. 2015. Two-year growth cycle sugarcane crop parameter attributes and their application in modeling. Agronomy Journal. 107(4):1310-1320.
Divergence of actual and reference evapotranspiration observations for irrigated sugarcane with windy tropical conditions Reprint Icon -
Anderson, R.G., Wang, D., Tirado-Corbala, R., Zhang, H., Ayars, J.E. 2015. Divergence of actual and reference evapotranspiration observations for irrigated sugarcane with windy tropical conditions. Hydrology and Earth System Sciences. 19:583-599.
Analytical steady-state solutions for water-limited cropping systems using saline irrigation water -
Skaggs, T.H., Anderson, R.G., Corwin, D.L., Suarez, D.L. 2014. Analytical steady-state solutions for water-limited cropping systems using saline irrigation water. Water Resources Research. 50(12):9656–9674. doi: 10.1002/2014WR016058.
New steady-state models for water-limited cropping systems using saline irrigation waters: Analytical solutions and applications -
Long-rotation sugarcane in Hawaii sustains high carbon accumulation and radiation use efficiency in 2nd year of growth Reprint Icon -
Anderson, R.G., Tirado-Corbala, R., Wang, D., Ayars, J.E. 2014. Long-rotation sugarcane in Hawaii sustains high carbon accumulation and radiation use efficiency in 2nd year of growth. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment. 199:216-224.
Controls on interannual variation in evapotranspiration and water use efficiency in a mature, furrow-irrigated peach orchard -
New steady-state models for water-limited cropping systems using saline irrigation waters: Analytical solutions and applications -
Divergence of reference evapotranspiration estimates under advective tropical conditions -
Carbon accumulation in a two year sugarcane rotation in Hawai’i, USA -
Anderson, R.G., Wang, D., Tirado-Corbala, R., Ayars, J.E. 2013. Carbon accumulation in a two year sugarcane rotation in Hawai’i, USA. Meeting Abstract. Paper No. 327-18.
Evaporation, transpiration, and ecosystem water use efficiency in a multi-annual sugarcane production system in Hawai’i, USA -
Energy budget closure observed in paired Eddy Covariance towers with increased and continuous daily turbulence -
Energy budget closure observed in paired Eddy Covariance towers with increased and continuous daily turbulence Reprint Icon -
Anderson, R.G., Wang, D. 2014. Energy budget closure observed in paired Eddy Covariance towers with increased and continuous daily turbulence. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology. 184:204-209.
Satellite-based assessment of crop coefficient for sugarcane in Maui, Hawaii -
Zhang, H., Anderson, R.G., Wang, D. 2013. Satellite-based assessment of crop coefficient for sugarcane in Maui, Hawaii. Meeting Abstract. Paper No. 192-5.
Assessing evapotranspiration, basal crop coefficient, and irrigation efficiency in production peach orchard in California's San Joaquin Valley -
Anderson, R.G., Wang, D., Lund, C., Melton, F., Johnson, L., Prueger, J.H., Alfieri, J.G., Mckee, L.G., Kustas, W.P. 2013. Assessing evapotranspiration, basal crop coefficient, and irrigation efficiency in production peach orchard in California's San Joaquin Valley. Geological Society of America Meeting. Paper No. 30-5.
Energy budget closure and field scale estimation of canopy energy storage with increased and sustained turbulence -
Anderson, R.G., Wang, D. 2012. Energy budget closure and field scale estimation of canopy energy storage with increased and sustained turbulence. American Geophysical Union. Paper No. B51B-0515.
Soil carbon stock and total nitrogen in Hawaiian sugarcane commercial plantations -
Tirado-Corbala, R., Wang, D., Ayars, J.E., Gartung, J.L., Anderson, R.G., Zhang, H. 2012. Soil carbon stock and total nitrogen in Hawaiian sugarcane commercial plantations. ASA-CSSA-SSSA Annual Meeting Abstracts. Paper No. 142-16.
Divergence of reference and measured evapotranspiration observations in Sugarcane in Hawaii, USA -
Anderson, R.G., Nakahata, M., Zhang, H., Wang, D. 2012. Divergence of reference and measured evapotranspiration observations in Sugarcane in Hawaii, USA. ASA-CSSA-SSSA Annual Meeting Abstracts. Paper No. 206-11.
Satellite-based assessment of water requirement for biofuel feedstock production in Maui, Hawaii -
Zhang, H., Anderson, R.G., Wang, D. 2012. Satellite-based assessment of water requirement for biofuel feedstock production in Maui, Hawaii. American Geophysical Union. Paper No. H21F-1213.
Estimating Sugarcane Water Requirements for Biofuel Feedstock Production in Maui, Hawaii Using Satellite Imagery -
Zhang, H., Anderson, R.G., Wang, D. 2011. Estimating Sugarcane Water Requirements for Biofuel Feedstock Production in Maui, Hawaii Using Satellite Imagery. American Geophysical Union. Paper No. H21F-1214.
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