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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

Seth M Dabney
Research Leader


Publications (Clicking on the reprint icon Reprint Icon will take you to the publication reprint.)
Soil pipe flow tracer experiments: 1. Connectivity and transport characteristics Reprint Icon -
Wilson, G.V., Rigby Jr, J.R., Ursic, M.E., Dabney, S.M. 2016. Soil pipe flow tracer experiments: 1. Connectivity and transport characteristics. Hydrological Processes. 30(8):1265-1279.
Soil pipe flow tracer experiments: 2. Application of a transient storage zone model Reprint Icon -
Zhou, Y., Wilson, G.V., Fox, G.A., Rigby Jr, J.R., Dabney, S.M. 2016. Soil pipe flow tracer experiments: 2. Application of a transient storage zone model. Hydrological Processes. 30(8):1280-1291.
How irrigation affects soil erosion estimates of RUSLE2 -
Dabney, S.M., Yoder, D. 2015. How irrigation affects soil erosion estimates of RUSLE2. In Proceedings 3rd Inter-Regional Conference on Land and Water Challenges: Tools for Developing. Sept. 27-30, 2015, Colonia, Uruguay. Agrociencia Setiembre 2015:12-17.
USDA-ARS National Sedimentation Laboratory: A historic perspective Reprint Icon -
Wells, R.R., Bennett, S.J., Bingner, R.L., Dabney, S.M., Langendoen, E.J., Momm, H.G., Romkens, M.J., Wilson, G.V. 2015. USDA-ARS National Sedimentation Laboratory: A historic perspective. Journal of Water Resource and Protection. 7:228-246. http://dx.doi.org/10.4236/jwarp.2015.73019.
Soil pipe collapses in a loess pasture of Goodwin Creek Watershed, Mississippi: Role of soil properties and past land use -
Wilson, G.V., Rigby Jr, J.R., Dabney, S.M. 2015. Soil pipe collapses in a loess pasture of Goodwin Creek Watershed, Mississippi: Role of soil properties and past land use. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms. DOI: 10.1002/esp.3727.
Quantifying uncertainty of measuring gully morphological evolution with close-range digital photogrammetry Reprint Icon -
Gesch, K.R., Wells, R.R., Cruse, R.M., Momm, H.G., Dabney, S.M. 2015. Quantifying uncertainty of measuring gully morphological evolution with close-range digital photogrammetry. Soil Science Society of America Journal. 79(2):650-659.
Hydrologic and water quality modeling: spatial and temporal considerations -
Baffaut, C., Dabney, S.M., Smolen, M., Yousef, M.A., Bonta, J.V., Chu, M.L., Guzman Jaimes, J.A., Shedekar, V.S., Jha, M.K., Arnold, J.G. 2016. Hydrologic and water quality modeling: spatial and temporal considerations. Transactions of the ASABE. 58(6):1661-1680. doi: 10.13031/trans.58.10714.
Spatially distributed sheet, rill, and ephemeral gully erosion -
Dabney, S.M., Vieira, D.A., Yoder, D.C., Langendoen, E.J., Wells, R.R., Ursic, M.E. 2014. Spatially distributed sheet, rill, and ephemeral gully erosion. Journal Hydrologic Engineering. pp. C4014009-1-C4014009-12.
Application of a Transient Storage Zone Model o Soil Pipeflow Tracer Injection Experiments -
Zhou, Y., Wilson, G.V., Fox, G.A., Rigby Jr, J.R., Dabney, S.M. 2014. Application of a transient storage zone model to soil pipeflow tracer injection experiments. In: ASABE -CSBE/ASABe Joint Meeting Proceedings, Montreal, Quebec Canada July 13-16, 2014. PP. 1-12.
Evaluating sediment transport capacity relationships for use in ephemeral gully erosion models -
Langendoen, E.J., Wells, R.R., Ursic, M.E., Vieira, D.A., Dabney, S.M. 2014. Evaluating sediment transport capacity relationships for use in ephemeral gully erosion models. In: Sediment Dynamics from the Summit to the Sea, Y.J. XU (ed). IAHS, Wallingford, UK pp. 128-133.
Fine sediment sources in conservation effects assessment project watersheds Reprint Icon -
Wilson, C., Kuhnle, R.A., Dabney, S.M., Lerch, R.N., Huang, C., King, K.W., Livingston, S.J. 2014. Fine sediment sources in conservation effects assessment project watersheds. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation. 69(5):402-413.
Forage harvest representation in RUSLE2 -
Dabney, S.M., Yoder, D.C., Ferruzzi, G. 2014. Forage harvest representation in RUSLE2. Agronomy Journal. 106(1):151-167.
Report on projected future climate of the Goodwin Creek experimental watershed, MS -
Garbrecht, J.D., Bingner, R.L., Rigby Jr, J.R., Dabney, S.M., Busteed, P.R. 2013. Report on projected future climate of the Goodwin Creek experimental watershed, MS. Grazinglands Research Laboratory Miscellaneous Publication. Available: http://iapreview.ars.usda.gov/main/site_main.htm?modecode=62-18-05-20.
Storm water management: Potential for lower cost & more benefits if farmers & municipalities cooperate on tile drainage -
Kemper, D., Fouss, J.L., Jaynes, D.B., Dabney, S.M., Ihde, A., Meyer, D., Reicosky, D. 2013. Storm water management: Potential for lower cost & more benefits if farmers & municipalities cooperate on tile drainage. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation. 68(3):79A-83A.
Effects of topographic feedback on erosion and deposition prediction -
Dabney, S.M., Vieira, D.A., Yoder, D.C. 2013. Effects of topographic feedback on erosion and deposition prediction. Transactions of the ASABE. 56(2):727-736.
Effect of topographic characteristics on compound topographic index for identification of gully channel initiation locations Reprint Icon -
Momm, H.G., Bingner, R.L., Wells, R.R., Rigby Jr, J.R., Dabney, S.M. 2013. Effect of topographic characteristics on compound topographic index for identification of gully channel initiation locations. Transactions of the ASABE. 56(2):523-537.
Effect of terrestrial LiDAR point sampling density in ephemeral gully characterization -
Momm, H.G., Bingner, R.L., Wells, R.R., Dabney, S.M., Frees, L.D. 2013. Effect of terrestrial LiDAR point sampling density in ephemeral gully characterization. Open Journal of Modern Hydrology. 3:38-49.
An empirical investigation of gully widening rates in upland concentrated flows -
Wells, R.R., Momm, H.G., Rigby Jr, J.R., Bennett, S.J., Bingner, R.L., Dabney, S.M. 2013. An empirical investigation of gully widening rates in upland concentrated flows. Catena. 101(2013):114-121.
An empirical investigation of gully widening rates in upland concentrated flows Reprint Icon -
Wells, R.R., Momm, H.G., Rigby Jr, J.R., Bennett, S.J., Bingner, R.L., Dabney, S.M. 2013. An empirical investigation of gully widening rates in upland concentrated flows. Catena. 101:114-121.
Climate Change and Agriculture: Effects and Adaptation -
Walthall, C.L., Hatfield, J.L., Marshall, E., Lengnick, L., Backlund, P., Adkins, S.T., Ainsworth, E.A., Booker, F.L., Blumenthal, D.M., Bunce, J.A., Burkey, K.O., Dabney, S.M., Goodrich, D.C., Lewers, K.S., Nearing, M.A., Ort, D.R., Pettigrew, W.T., Polley, H.W., Rosskopf, E.N., Srygley, R.B., Ziska, L.H., Delgado, J.A., Funk, A.J., Glenn, D.M., Morgan, J.A., White, J.W., Timlin, D.J., Mcclung, A.M. 2013. Climate Change and Agriculture: Effects and Adaption. Washington, DC: USDA Technical Bulletin 1935. 186 p.
Erosion modeling in 2-D with Revised Universal Soil Loss Equation--Version 2: A Tool for Conservation Planning -
Dabney, S.M., Yoder, D.C., Vieira, D.A. 2015. Erosion modeling in 2-D with Revised Universal Soil Loss Equation--Version 2: A Tool for Conservation Planning. pp. 69-84. In Mueller, T. and Sassenrath, G.F. (eds.) GIS Applications in Agriculture: Conservation Planning, Volume Four. CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL. 304 pp. 2015.
The application of the Revised Universal Soil Loss Equation, Version 2, to evaluate the impacts of alternative climate change scenarios on runoff and sediment yield -
Dabney, S.M., Yoder, D.C., Vieira, D.A. 2012. The application of the Revised Universal Soil Loss Equation, Version 2, to evaluate the impacts of alternative climate change scenarios on runoff and sediment yield. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation. 67(5):343-353.
Above ground plots at the MAFES-Holly Springs Experiment Station for studying impacts of seepage on erosion -
Wilson, G.V., Wells, R.R., Dabney, S.M., Momm, H.G., Hudspeth, J.A., Gregory, E.A., Saunders, R. 2012. Above ground plots at the MAFES-Holly Springs Experiment Station for studying impacts of seepage on erosion. Laboratory Publication. pp. 1-83.
Contributions of RUSLE2 to TMDL development -
Dabney, S.M., Yoder, D.C., Renard, K. 2012. Contributions of RUSLE2 to TMDL development. Environmental and Water Resources Institute World Congress Proceedings. pp. 3790-3799.
Watershed management for erosion and sedimentation control Case Study: Goodwin Creek, Panola County, MS -
Dabney, S.M., Shields Jr, F.D., Bingner, R.L., Kuhnle, R.A., Rigby Jr, J.R. 2012. Watershed management for erosion and sedimentation control Case Study: Goodwin Creek, Panola County, MS. IN: Advances in Soil Science. 19:539-556.
Tillage erosion: terrace formation -
Dabney, S.M., Vieira, D.A. 2013. Tillage erosion: terrace formation. Encyclopedia of Environmental Management. S.E. Jorgensen, ed. Taylor & Francis: New York, IV:2564-2570.
Erosion by water: vegetative control -
Dabney, S.M., Gumiere, S.J. 2013. Erosion by water: vegetative control. Encyclopedia of Environmental Management. S.E. Jorgensen, ed. Taylor & Francis: New York, II:1036-1043.
Improved descriptions of herbaceous perennial growth and residue creation for RUSLE2 Reprint Icon -
Dabney, S.M., Yoder, D.C. 2012. Improved descriptions of herbaceous perennial growth and residue creation for RUSLE2. Agronomy Journal. 104(3):771-784.
Analysis of topographic attributes for identification of ephemeral gully channel initiation in agricultural watersheds -
Momm, H.G., Bingner, R.L., Wells, R.R., Dabney, S.M. 2011. Analysis of topographic attributes for identification of ephemeral gully channel initiation in agricultural watersheds. Proceedings of the American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers International (ASABE), Louisville,, KY, 7-10 August 2011. 3042-3055.
Gully evolution in agricultural fields using ground-based LiDar -
Momm, H.G., Wells, R.R., Bingner, R.L., Dabney, S.M. 2011. Gully evolution in agricultural fields using ground-based LiDAR. Proceedings of the International Symposium on Erosion and Landscape Evolution. 18-21 Sept. 2011. Anchorage, AK. published on CD. pp. 342-349.
Modeling the reduction in soil loss due to soil armouring caused by rainfall erosion -
Cochrane, T.A., Yoder, D.C., Flanagan, D.C., Dabney, S.M., Weber, P.A. 2011. Modeling the reduction in soil loss due to soil armouring caused by rainfall erosion [abstract]. In: D.C. Flanagan, J.C. Ascough II, and J.L. Nieber, editors. Proceedings of the International Symposium on Erosion and Landscape Evolution (ISELE). ISELE Paper No. 11060. American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers, September 18-21, 2011, Anchorage, AK. 711P0311cd.
An experimental study of gully sidewall expansion -
Wells, R.R., Momm, H.G., Bennett, S.J., Bingner, R.L., Dabney, S.M. 2011. An experimental study of gully sidewall expansion. Proceedings of the International Symposium on Erosion and Landscape Evolution, 18-21 Sept 2011. Anchorage, AK. pp. 333-341.
Effects of topographic feedback on erosion and deposition prediction -
Dabney, S.M., Vieira, D.A.N., Yoder, D.C. 2011. Effects of topographic feedback on erosion and deposition prediction. Proceedings of the International Symposium on Erosion and Landscape Evolution. 18-21 Sept. 2011. Anchorage, AK. 2011. pp. 577-585.
Runoff through and upslope of contour switchgrass hedges Reprint Icon -
Dabney, S.M., Wilson, G.V., Mcgregor, K.C., Vieira, D.A. 2012. Runoff through and upslope of contour switchgrass hedges. Soil Science Society of America Journal. 76(1):210-219.
Methods for gully characterization in agricultural croplands using ground-based light detection and ranging -
Momm, H.G., Bingner, R.L., Wells, R.R., Dabney, S.M. 2011. Methods for gully characterization in agricultural croplands using ground-based light detection and ranging. In: Sediment Transport - Flow and Morphological Processes, Faruk Bhuiyan (Ed.), ISBN: 978-953-307-374-3, InTech, p.101-124.
Application of ground-based LIDAR for gully investigation in agricultural landscapes -
Momm, H.G., Bingner, R.L., Wells, R.R., Dabney, S.M., Frees, L.D. 2011. Application of ground-based LIDAR for gully investigation in agricultural landscapes. American Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing Proceedings. May 1-45, 2011, Milwaukee, WI. 331-340.
Variation in curve numbers derived from plot runoff data for New South Wales (Australia) Reprint Icon -
Cao, H., Vervoort, R.W., Dabney, S.M. 2011. Variation in curve numbers derived from plot runoff data for New South Wales (Australia). Hydrological Processes. 25:3774-3789.
Two-dimensional flow patterns near contour grass hedges Reprint Icon -
Vieira, D.A., Dabney, S.M. 2011. Two-dimensional flow patterns near contour grass hedges. Hydrological Processes. 26(15):2225-2234. DOI: 10.1002/hyp.8262.
Modeling edge effects of tillage erosion Reprint Icon -
Vieira, D.A., Dabney, S.M. 2010. Modeling edge effects of tillage erosion. Soil & Tillage Research. 111(2):197-207.
Modeling Edge Effects of Tillage Erosion Reprint Icon -
Vieira, D.A., Dabney, S.M. 2011. Modeling edge effects of tillage erosion. Soil & Tillage Research. 111(2):197-207.
Universal soil loss equation and revised universal soil loss equation -
Renard, K.G., Yoder, D.C., Lightle, D.T., Dabney, S.M. 2011. Universal soil loss equation and revised universal soil loss equation. In: Handbook of Erosion Modeling. R. Morgan and M. Nearing, editors. Part 2; Chapter 8:137-167.
Enhancing RUSLE to include runoff-driven phenomena Reprint Icon -
Dabney, S.M., Yoder, D.C., Vieira, D.A., Bingner, R.L. 2010. Enhancing RUSLE to include runoff-driven phenomena. Hydrological Processes. 25(9):1373-1390.
Using cover crops and cropping systems for nitrogen management -
Dabney, S.M., Meisinger, J.J., Schomberg, H.H., Liebig, M.A., Kaspar, T.C., Delgado, J.A., Mitchell, J., Reeves, D.W. 2010. Using cover crops and cropping systems for nitrogen management. p. 230-281. In Delgado, J.A. and R.F. Follett (eds) Advances in Nitrogen Management for Water Quality, Ankeny, IA.
Scaling a representative storm sequence to estimate ephemeral gully erosion with RUSLE2 -
Dabney, S.M., Yoder, D.C., Vieira, D.A., Bingner, R.L., Wells, R.R. 2010. Scaling a representative storm sequence to estimate ephemeral gully erosion with RUSLE2. In: Proceedings of the Federal Interagency Sedimentation Conference, June 27-July 1, Las Vegas, Nevada. 2010 CDROM.
Ephemeral gully erosion: Impacts on physical soil quality and crop yield -
Wilson, G.V., Wells, R.R., Dabney, S.M. 2010. Ephemeral gully erosion: impacts on physical soil quality and crop yield. Federal Interagency Sedimentation Conference Proceedings. June 27-July 1, 2010. Las Vegas, Nevada. CD-ROM
Ephemeral Gully Erosion – A Natural Resource Concern -
Bernard, J., Bingner, R.L., Dabney, S.M., Langendoen, E.J., Lemunyon, J., Merkel, W., Theurer, F., Wells, R.R., Widman, N., Wilson, G.V. 2010. Ephemeral Gully Erosion – A Natural Resource Concern. Laboratory Publication. Report No. 69. US Department of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Service, National Sedimentation Laboratory, Oxford, MS.
Sreambank Dewatering for Increased Stability -
Shields Jr, F.D., Simon, A., Dabney, S.M. 2009. Streambank Dewatering for Increased Stability. Hydrological Processes, 23: 1537-1547. DOI 10.1002/hyp.7286.
Broiler litter application and tillage effects on restoration of degraded soils -
Modeling Landscape Evolution Due to Tillage -
Vieira, D.A., Dabney, S.M. 2009. Modeling Landscape Evolution Due to Tillage. Transactions of the ASABE. 52:1505-1522.
Predicting Ephemeral Gully Erosion with RUSLE2 -
Review of: Managing Agricultural Landscapes for Environmental Quality -
Dabney, S.M. 2009. Review of: Managing Agricultural Landscapes for Environmental Quality. Agricultural Systems. DOI:10.1016/j.agsy.2008.12.005
How Management of Grass Hedges Affects Their Erosion Reduction Potential -
Dabney, S.M., Mcgregor, K.C., Wilson, G.V., Cullum, R.F. 2009. How Management of Grass Hedges Affects Their Erosion Reduction Potential. Soil Science Society of America Journal. 73(1):241-254.
Rehabilitation of an incised stream using plant materials: the dominance of geomorphic processes Reprint Icon -
Shields Jr, F.D., Pezeshki, S., Wilson, G.V., Wu, W., Dabney, S.M. 2008. Rehabilitation of an incised stream using plant materials: the dominance of geomorphic processes. Ecology and Society 13(2) Paper #54. [online]
Predicting Runoff for a RUSLE2 Ephemeral Gully Calculator -
Dabney, S.M., Yoder, D.C., Bingner, R.L., Vieira, D.A. 2008. Predicting Runoff for a RUSLE2 Ephemeral Gully Calculator. In: Proceedings of the International Soil Conservation Organization Conference, May 18-23, 2008, Budapest, Hungary. 2008 CDROM.
Conservation Practices and Gully Erosion Contributions in the Topashaw Canal Watershed -
Wilson, G.V., Shields Jr, F.D., Bingner, R.L., Reid-Rhoades, P., Dicarlo, D.A., Dabney, S.M. 2008. Conservation Practices and Gully Erosion Contributions in the Topashaw Canal Watershed. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation Society. 63(6):420-429; doi:10.2489/jswc.63.6.420.
Chemical, physical and biological properties of a marginal soil as influenced by tillage and broiler litter application -
Adeli, A., Dabney, S.M., Brooks, J.P., Jenkins, J.N. 2008. Chemical, physical and biological properties of a marginal soil as influenced by tillage and broiler litter application [abstract]. Agronomy Abstracts. Paper No. 693-16.
BUFFERS AND VEGETATIVE FILTER STRIPS -
Helmers, M.J., Isenhart, T., Dosskey, M., Dabney, S., Strock, J. 2008. Buffers and vegetative filter strips (Chapter 4). In Final Report: Gulf Hypoxia and Local Water Quality Concerns Workshop. Sept. 26-28, 2005, Ames, IA. American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers (ASABE), St. Joseph, MI. pp. 43-58 (Book Chapter).
LANDSCAPE MANAGEMENT -
Lowrance, R.R., Isenhart, T.M., Gburek, W., Shields Jr, F.D., Wigington, Jr., P.J., Dabney, S.M. 2006. Environmental Benefits of Conservation on Cropland: The Status of Our Knwoledge. Landscape management. Ankeny, IA: Soil and Water Conservation Society. 326 p.
Soil erosion predictions from upland areas – a discussion of selected RUSLE2 advances and needs -
Foster, G., Romkens, M.J., Dabney, S.M. 2006. Soil erosion predictions from upland areas – a discussion of selected RUSLE2 advances and needs. Beijing, China, Nov. 25-26, 2006. Proceedings of the Sino-American Workshop on Advanced Computational Modeling in Hydroscience and Engineering.
SOIL PROPERTIES CONTROLLING SEEPAGE EROSION CONTRIBUTIONS TO STREAMBANK FAILURE -
Wilson, G.V., Periketi, R., Fox, G., Dabney, S.M., Shields Jr, F.D., Cullum, R.F. 2006. Soil properties controlling seepage erosion contributions to streambank failure. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 32, 447-459 (2007). doi: 10.1002/esp. 1405.
APPLICATION OF RUSLE2 TO PASTURELANDS -
Dabney, S.M., Yoder, D.C., Foster, G.R., Nearing, M.A. 2006. Application of RUSLE2 to Pasturelands. Proceedings of the 14th International Soil Conservation Organization Conference, May 14-19, 2006, Marrakesh, Morocco. (CD Paper T4-Dabney).
INTEGRATED MANAGEMENT OF IN-FIELD, EDGE-OF-FIELD, AND AFTER-FIELD BUFFERS -
Dabney, S.M., Moore, M.T., Locke, M.A. 2006. Integrated management of in-field, edge-of-field, and after-field buffers. Journal of the American Water Resources Association. 42(1): 15-24
TURBIDITY SENSORS TRACK SEDIMENT CONCENTRATIONS IN RUNOFF FROM AGRICULTURAL FIELDS -
Dabney, S.M., Locke, M.A., Steinriede Jr, R.W. 2006. Turbidity sensors track sediment concentrations in runoff from agricultural fields. Federal Interagency Sedimentation Conference Proceedings, April 2-6, 2006, Reno, Nevada. CDROM.
CONTROL OF GULLY EROSION USING STIFF GRASSES -
Shields Jr, F.D., Dabney, S.M., Langendoen, E.J., Temple, D.M. 2005. Control of gully erosion using stiff grasses. International Journal of Sediment Research. 20(4):319-332.
TILLAGE EROSION: TERRACE RELATIONSHIPS -
Dabney, S.M. 2006. Tillage Erosion: Terrace Relationships. Encyclopedia of Soil Science, 2nd Edition, Marcell Dekker, New York, NY. pp. 1752-1754.
COTTON PRODUCTION IN A MISSISSIPPI DELTA CONSERVATION MANAGEMENT SYSTEM -
Locke, M.A., Zablotowicz, R.M., Dabney, S.M., Steinriede Jr, R.W., Reddy, K.N. 2005. Cotton production in a mississippi delta conservation management system. American Society of Agronomy Abstracts. 97:146-1, Salt Lake City, UT.
CONTINUOUS SOIL LOSS MONITORING USING TURBIDITY SENSORS -
Dabney, S.M., Locke, M.A., Steinriede Jr, R.W. 2004. Continuous soil loss monitoring using turbidity sensors. Agronomy Abstracts. 3383. CD-ROM 2004.
CONSERVATION EFFECTS ASSESSMENT PROJECT (CEAP) WATERSHED ASSESSMENT STUDIES: YALOBUSHA RIVER WATERSHED [ABSTRACT] -
Wilson, G.V., Rhoton, F.E., Romkens, M.J., Dicarlo, D.A., Dabney, S.M., Oldham, L., Cooper, C.M. 2004. Conservation Effects Assessment Project (CEAP) watershed assessment studies: Yalobusha River Watershed [abstract]. Agronomy Abstracts #3411.
CONSERVATION MANAGEMENT IN MISSISSIPPI DELTA WATERSHEDS: BEASLEY LAKE AND RELATED RESEARCH -
Locke, M.A., Cooper, C.M., Cullum, R.F., Dabney, S.M., Knight, S.S., Moore, M.T., Shields Jr, F.D., Smith Jr, S. 2004. Conservation management in Mississippi Delta watersheds: Beasley Lake and related research [abstract]. American Society of Agronomy Abstracts. #4594.
EROSION PROCESSES IN GULLIES MODIFIED BY ESTABLISHING GRASS HEDGES -
Dabney, S. M., Shields Jr., F. D., Temple, D. M., Langendoen, E. J. 2004. Erosion processes in gullies modified by establishing grass hedges. Transactions of the American Society of Agricultural Engineers. 47(5):1561-1571.
GRASS HEDGE EFFECTS OF GULLY HYDRAULICS AND EROSION -
Dabney, S.M., Shields Jr, F.D., Langendoen, E.J., Temple, D.M. 2004. Grass hedge effects of gully hydraulics and erosion. International Symposium on Gully Erosion Under Global Change Proceedings. CD-ROM.
NO-TILL COTTON YIELD RESPONSE TO A WHEAT COVER CROP IN MISSISSIPPI -
Parvin, D., Cummings, S., Dabney, S.M. 2004. No-till cotton yield response to a wheat cover crop in Mississippi. On-line. Crop Management. http://www.plantmanagementnetwork.org/pub/cm/research/2004/cover.
HISTORY, RESIDUE, AND TILLAGE EFFECTS ON EROSION OF LOESSIAL SOIL -
Dabney, S.M., Wilson, G.V., McGregor, K.C., Foster, G.R. 2004. History, residue, and tillage effects on erosion of loessial soil. Transactions of the American Society for Agricultural Engineers. 47(3)767-775.
TILLAGE AND RESIDUE MANAGEMENT EFFECTS ON RUNOFF AND EROSION DYNAMICS -
Wilson, G.V., Dabney, S.M., Mcgregor, K.C., Barkdoll, B.D. 2004. Tillage and residue management effects on runoff and erosion dynamics. Transactions of the ASAE. 47(1): 119-128.
CONSERVATION MANAGEMENT IN MID-SOUTH U. S. ROW CROPS -
Locke, M.A., Zablotowicz, R.M., Dabney, S.M., Reddy, K.N., Steinriede Jr., R.W. 2004. Conservation management in Mid-South U. S. row crops. National Conservation Tillage Cotton and Rice Conference Proceedings. Tunica, Mississippi, January 2004. p. 17.
SUBSURFACE FLOW AND EROSION INDUCE STREAMBANK FAILURE -
WILSON, G.V., DABNEY, S.M., SHIELDS JR, F.D. SUBSURFACE FLOW AND EROSION INDUCE STREAMBANK FAILURE. AGRONOMY ABSTRACTS. 2003.
GROUNDWATER NUTRIENTS IN THE BEASLEY LAKE WATERSHED OF THE MISSISSIPPI DELTA MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS EVALUATION AREA -
Dabney, S.M., Schreiber, J.D., Smith Jr, S., Knight, S.S. 2004. Groundwater nutrients in the Beasley Lake watershed of the Mississippi Delta Management Systems Evaluation Area. In: Nett, M.T., Locke, M.A., and Pennington, D.A., editors. Water Quality Assessments in the Mississippi Delta: Regional Solutions, National Scope. ACS Symposium Series 877. Washington, D.C.: American Chemical Society. p. 75-90.
IMPROVING WATER AND SOIL QUALITY WITH CONSERVATION -
Lowrance, R.R., Dabney, S.M., Schultz, R. 2002. Improving water and soil quality with conservation. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation Society 57:36A-41A.
CONSERVATION MANAGEMENT PRACTICES IN MISSISSIPPI DELTA AGRICULTURE: IMPLICATIONS FOR CROP PROTECTION AND ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY -
Locke, M.A., Zablotowicz, R.M., Steinriede Jr, R.W., Dabney, S.M. 2002. CONSERVATION MANAGEMENT PRACTICES IN MISSISSIPPI DELTA AGRICULTURE: IMPLICATIONS FOR CROP PROTECTION AND ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY. In: Making Conservation Tillage Conventional: Building a Future on 25 Years of Research, E. van Santen (Ed.). Proc. 25th Southern Conservation Tillage Conference, Auburn, AL, pp. 320-326.
SOIL EROSION BY WATER AND TILLAGE -
Methods of Soil Analysis. Part 4 Physical Methods. SSSA Book Series, No. 5. 2002. p. 1621-1662.
EFFECTS OF TILLAGE AND RESIDUE MANAGEMENT ON RUNOFF AND EROSION -
Wilson, G.V., Mcgregor, K.C., Dabney, S.M. 2002. Effects of tillage and residue management on runoff and erosion. Eagle Ridge Conference. Mississippi Water Resources Research Conference Proceedings. 164-175.
COST/BENEFIT ANALYSIS OF AGRICULTURAL BMPS FOR SEDIMENT REDUCTION IN THE MISSISSIPPI DELTA -
LITTLE TOPASHAW CREEK RESTORATION PROJECT: CONTEXT AND OVERVIEW -
Shields, F.D., Jr., Cooper, C.M., Knight, S.S., Dabney, S.M. Little Topashaw Creek resetoration project: Context and overview. American Water Resources Association 2002 Annual Water Resources Conference Proceedings. 2002. Abstract p. 236.
VEGETATIVE SIDE INLETS TO CONTROL RIPARIAN ZONE GULLIES -
Shields, F.D., Jr., Dabney, S.M. Vegetative side inlets to control riparian zone gullies. American Water Resources Association 2002 Annual Water Resources Conference Proceedings. 2002. Abstract p. 253.
EVALUATION OF BEST MANAGEMENT PRACTICES IN THE MISSISSIPPI DELTA MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS EVALUATION AREA -
Dabney, S.M., Yuan, Y., Bingner, R.L. 2004. Evaluation of best management practices in the Mississippi Delta Management Systems Evaluation Area. In: Nett, M.T., Locke, M.A., and Pennington, D.A., Editors. American Chemical Society. Washington, D.C. American Chemical Society Symposium Series 877. Water Quality Assessments in the Mississippi Delta: Regional Solutions, National Scope. pp. 61-74.
TRAPPED MULCH INCREASES SEDIMENT REMOVAL BY VEGETATIVE FILTER STRIPS: A FLUME STUDY -
JIN, C.X., DABNEY, S.M., ROMKENS, M.J. TRAPPED MULCH INCREASES SEDIMENT REMOVAL BY VEGETATIVE FILTER STRIPS: A FLUME STUDY. TRANSACTIONS OF THE AMERICAN SOCIETY OF AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERS. Vol. 45(4), p. 929-939. 2002.
VEGETATIVE BARRIERS AFFECT SURFACE WATER QUALITY LEAVING EDGE-OF-FIELD DRAINAGE PIPES IN THE MISSISSIPPI DELTA -
SMITH JR, S., DABNEY, S.M., COOPER, C.M. VEGETATIVE BARRIERS AFFECT SURFACE WATER QUALITY LEAVING EDGE-OF-FIELD DRAINAGE PIPES IN THE MISSISSIPPI DELTA. AMERICAN SOCIETY OF AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERS TOTAL MAXIMUM DAILY LOAD ENVIRONMENTAL REGULATIONS PROCEEDINGS. 2002. P. 454-465.
ESTIMATING PARTICULATE ORGANIC CARBON FLUX AT VARIABLE LANDSCAPE SCALES -
MEASUREMENT AND VARIATION OF SITE-SPECIFIC HARDPANS -
Raper, R.L., Schwab, E.B., Dabney, S.M. 2001. Measurement and variation of site-specific hardpans. American Society of Agricultural Engineers Meetings Papers. ASAE Paper No. 01-1008. ASAE, St. Joseph, MI. 18 pp. (Technical handout)
HYDRAULIC PERFORMANCE TESTING OF STIFF GRASS HEDGES -
Temple, D.M., Dabney, S.M. 2001. Hydraulic performance testing of stiff grass hedges. In: Proceedings of the 7th Federal Interagency Sedimentation Conference, March 25-29, 2001, Reno, Nevada. pp. XI-118-XI-124.
TILLAGE AND ROW POSITION AFFECT WATER INFILTRATION CHARACTERISTICS -
SPATIAL VARIATION OF THE DEPTH OF ROOT-RESTRICTING LAYERS IN SOUTHEASTERN SOILS -
Raper, R.L., Schwab, E.B., Dabney, S.M. 2000. Spatial variation of the depth of root-restricting layers in southeastern soils. Second Intnl Conference On Geospatial Information In Agriculture And Forestry. Lake Buena Vista, FL. pp. I-249-256.
MEASUREMENTS AND MODELS OF SOIL LOSS RATES -
Nearing, M.A., Romkens, M.J., Norton, L.D., Stott, D.E., Rhoton, F.E., Laflen, J.M., Flanagan, D.C., Alonso, C.V., Bingner, R.L., Dabney, S.M. 2000. Measurements and models of soil loss rates. Science. 290(5495):1300-1301.
MODELING TEMPORAL CHANGES IN EROSION RATES DUE TO BENCHING BETWEEN VEGETATIVE BARRIERS -
SITE-SPECIFIC MEASUREMENT OF SITE-SPECIFIC COMPACTION IN THE SOUTHEASTERN UNITED STATES -
Raper, R.L., Schwab, E.B., Dabney, S.M. 2000. Site-specific measurement of site-specific compaction in the southeastern united states. Proceedings of the 15th International Soil Tillage Research Organization Conference. Ft. Worth, TX. July 3-7.
SPATIAL VARIATION OF THE DEPTH OF ROOT-RESTRICTING LAYERS IN NORTHERN MISSISSIPPI -
ESTIMATES OF SOIL ORGANIC MATTER DECOMPOSITION RATES AND POOL SIZE FROM LABORATORY INCUBATION EXPERIMENTS AND RADIOCARBON MEASUREMENTS -
ASSESSING THE IMPACT OF INCREASING MEAN ANNUAL TEMPERATURE ON SOIL CARBON SEQUESTRATION -
UPDATING SLOPE TOPOGRAPHY DURING EROSION SIMULATIONS WITH THE WATER EROSION PREDICTION PROJECT MODEL -
LANDSCAPE BENCHING FROM TILLAGE EROSION BETWEEN GRASS HEDGES -
INFLUENCE OF SLOPE POSITION, SOIL CARBON CONTENT, AND LAND USE ON SOIL TEMPERATURE-CO2 EFFLUX RESPONSE CURVES -
COVER CROP IMPACTS OF WATERSHED HYDROLOGY -
RUNOFF AND SEDIMENT YIELD FROM CONVENTIONAL AND CONSERVATION CROPPING SYSTEMS -
MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS FOR SOIL CONSERVATION AND SUSTAINABLE CROP PRODUCTIVITY -
SEDIMENT CONTROL AND LANDSCAPE MODIFICATION WITH GRASS HEDGES -
EFFECTS OF CROPLAND MANAGEMENT PRACTICES ON STORM RUNOFF AND EROSION -
REDUCTION OF UPLAND EROSION AND SEDIMENT YIELD -
COVER CROPS AFFECT SORGHUM SEEDLING GROWTH -
STIFF GRASS HEDGES A VEGETATIVE ALTERNATIVE FOR SEDIMENT CONTROL -
MODULUS OF ELASTICITY AND MOMENT OF INERTIA OF GRASS HEDGE STEMS -
TILLAGE SYSTEMS FOR COTTON ON SILTY UPLAND SOILS -
GUIDELINES FOR THE ESTABLISHMENT OF WARM SEASON GRASS HEDGES FOR EROSION CONTROL -
AGRICULTURAL TILLAGE SYSTEMS: WATER EROSION AND SEDIMENTATION -
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