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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

Kevin W King
Research Leader


Publications (Clicking on the reprint icon Reprint Icon will take you to the publication reprint.)
Edge-of-field evaluation of the Ohio phosphorus risk index -
Framework to parameterize and validate APEX to support deployment of the nutrient tracking tool -
Moriasi, D.N., King, K.W., Bosch, D.D., Bjorneberg, D.L., Teet, S.B., Guzman, J.A., Williams, M.R. 2016. Framework to parameterize and validate APEX to support deployment of the nutrient tracking tool. Agricultural Water Management. 177:146-164.
Decreasing phosphorus loss in tile-drained landscapes using flue gas desulfurization gypsum -
Influence of instream habitat and water chemistry on amphibians within channelized agricultural headwater streams -
Jordan, M.A., Casteneda, A., Smiley, P.C., Gillespie, R.B., Smith, D.R., King, K.W. 2016. Influence of instream habitat and water chemistry on amphibians within channelized agricultural headwater streams. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment. 230:87-97.
Conservation implications of amphibian habitat relationships within channelized agricultural headwater streams in the midwestern United States -
Smiley, P.C., Jordan, M.A., Castamdeda, A., Gillespie, R.B., Smith, D.R., King, K.W. 2016. Conservation implications of amphibian habitat relationships within channelized agricultural headwater streams in the midwestern United States. Meeting Abstract. 2016 Joint Meeting of Ichthyologists and Herpetologists, July 7-10, 2016, New Orleans, Louisiana.
A quantitative assessment and synthesis of fifty years of published drainage phosphorus losses -
Managing acute phosphorus loss with fertilizer source and placement: Proof of concept -
Smith, D.R., Harmel, R.D., Williams, M.R., Haney, R.L., King, K.W. 2016. Managing acute phosphorus loss with fertilizer source and placement: Proof of concept. Agricultural and Environmental Letters. 1:1. doi:10.2134/ael2015.12.0015.
Edge-of-field research to quantify the impacts of agricultural practices on water quality in Ohio -
Williams, M.R., King, K.W., Ford III, W.I., Fausey, N.R. 2016. Edge-of-field research to quantify the impacts of agricultural practices on water quality in Ohio. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation. 71:9A-12A.
Uncertainty in nutrient loads from tile drained landscapes: Effect of sampling frequency, calculation algorithm, and compositing strategies Reprint Icon -
Williams, M.R., King, K.W., Macrae, M.L., Ford III, W.I., Van Esbroeck, C., Brunke, R.I., English, M.C., Schiff, S.L. 2015. Uncertainty in nutrient loads from tile drained landscapes: Effect of sampling frequency, calculation algorithm, and compositing strategies. Journal of Hydrology. 530:306-316.
Framework for parameterizing and validating APEX to support NTT -
Uncertainity and equifinality driven by rainfall in the APEX model -
Prada, A.F., Chu, M.L., Guzman, J.A., Moriasi, D.N., King, K.W., Bosch, D.D., Bjorneberg, D.L., Teet, S.B. 2015. Uncertainity and equifinality driven by rainfall in the APEX model. Transactions of the ASABE. Available: http://www.asabe.org/meetings-events/2015/07/2015-annual-international-meeting.aspx.
Effect of crop type and season on nutrient leaching to tile drainage under a corn-soybean rotation Reprint Icon -
King, K.W., Williams, M.R., Fausey, N.R. 2016. Effect of crop type and season on nutrient leaching to tile drainage under a corn-soybean rotation. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation. 71:56-58.
Sensitivity analysis of the agricultural policy/environmental extender (APEX) for phosphorus loads in tile-drained landscapes Reprint Icon -
Ford III, W.I., King, K.W., Williams, M.R., Williams, J., Fausey, N.R. 2015. Sensitivity analysis of the agricultural policy/environmental extender (APEX) for phosphorus loads in tile-drained landscapes. Journal of Environmental Quality. 44:1099-1110. DOI:10.2134/jeq2014.12.0527.
Evaluation of the negative impacts of exposure to agricultural ditch water in fishes using streamside bioassays and field biomarkers -
Gillespie, R.G., Smiley, P.C., Sanders, K., King, K.W., Smith, D.R. 2015. Evaluation of the negative impacts of exposure to agricultural ditch water in fishes using streamside bioassays and field biomarkers. Meeting Abstract. 2015 Indiana Academy of Sciencs Meeting, March 21, 2015, Indianapolis, Indiana.
Nutrient prices and concentrations in midwestern agricultural watersheds Reprint Icon -
Sohngen, B., King, K.W., Howard, G., Newton, J., Forster, D.L. 2015. Nutrient prices and concentrations in midwestern agricultural watersheds. Ecological Economics. 112:141-149.
What is causing the harmful algal blooms in Lake Erie? Reprint Icon -
Smith, D.R., King, K.W., Williams, M.R. 2015. What is causing the harmful algal blooms in Lake Erie? Journal of Soil and Water Conservation. 70(2):27A-29A.
Applicability of models to predict phosphorus losses in drained fields: A review -
Radcliffe, D.E., Reid, D.K., Blomback, K., Bolster, C.H., Collick, A.S., Easton, Z., Francesconi, W., Fuka, D.R., Johnson, H., King, K.W., Larsbo, M., Youssef, M., Mulkey, A.S., Nelson, N.O., Persson, K., Ramirez-Avila, J.J., Schmieder, F., Smith, D.R. 2015. Applicability of models to predict phosphorus losses in drained fields: A review. Journal of Environmental Quality. 44(2):614-628.
Sensitivity analysis of the Ohio phosphorus risk index Reprint Icon -
Williams, M.R., King, K.W., Dayton, E., LaBarge, G. 2015. Sensitivity analysis of the Ohio phosphorus risk index. Transactions of the ASABE. 58(1):93-102.
Drainage water management effects on tile dicharge and water quality -
Williams, M.R., King, K.W., Fausey, N.R. 2015. Drainage water management effects on tile dicharge and water quality. Agricultural Water Management. 148:43-51.
Drainage water management effects on tile discharge and water quality Reprint Icon -
Williams, M.R., King, K.W., Fausey, N.R. 2014. Drainage water management effects on tile discharge and water quality. Agricultural Water Management. 148:43-51.
USDA-ARS Riesel Watersheds, Riesel, Texas, USA: Water quality research database Reprint Icon -
Harmel, R.D., Haney, R.L., Smith, D.R., King, K.W. 2014. USDA-ARS Riesel Watersheds, Riesel, Texas, USA: Water quality research database. Water Resources Research. 50:8374-8382.
Contributions of systematic tile drainage to watershed scale phosphorus transport Reprint Icon -
King, K.W., Williams, M.R., Fausey, N.R. 2014. Contributions of systematic tile drainage to watershed scale phosphorus transport. Journal of Environmental Quality. 44:486-494. DOI:10.2134/jeq2014.04.0149.
Phosphorus transport in agricultural subsurface drainage: A review -
King, K.W., Williams, M.R., Macrae, M.L., Fausey, N.R., Smith, D.R., Frankenberger, J., Kleinman, P.J., Brown, L.C. 2014. Phosphorus transport in agricultural subsurface drainage: A review. Journal of Environmental Quality. 44(2):467-85. doi:10.2134/jeq2014.04.0163.
Effect of subsurface drainage on streamflow in an agricultural headwater watershed Reprint Icon -
King, K.W., Fausey, N.R., Williams, M.R. 2014. Effect of subsurface drainage on streamflow in an agricultural headwater watershed. Journal of Hydrology. 519:438-445.
Reducing nitrogen export from the corn belt to the Gulf of Mexico: Agricultural strategies for remediating hypoxia -
Surface soil quality in five midwestern cropland Conservation Effects Assessment Project watersheds Reprint Icon -
Karlen, D.L., Stott, D.E., Cambardella, C.A., Kremer, R.J., King, K.W., McCarty, G.W. 2014. Surface soil quality in five midwestern cropland Conservation Effects Assessment Project watersheds. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation. 69(5):393-401.
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.
Surface runoff and tile drainage transport of phosphorus in the Midwestern United States -
Smith, D.R., King, K.W., Johnson, L., Francesconi, W., Richards, P., Baker, D., Sharpley, A.N. 2014. Surface runoff and tile drainage transport of phosphorus in the Midwestern United States. Journal of Environmental Quality. 44(2):495-502. DOI:10.2134/jeq2014.04.0176.
Annual and seasonal differences in pesticide mixtures within channelized agricultural headwater streams in central Ohio Reprint Icon -
Smiley, P.C., King, K.W., Fausey, N.R. 2014. Annual and seasonal differences in pesticide mixtures within channelized agricultural headwater streams in central Ohio. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment. 193:83-95.
Relative influence of different habitat factors on creek chub population structure within channelized agricultural headwater streams in central Ohio -
Smiley, P.C., King, K.W., Fausey, N.R. 2014. Relative influence of different habitat factors on creek chub population structure within channelized agricultural headwater streams in central Ohio. 2014 Joint Aquatic Sciences Meeting. May 18-23, 2014, Portland, Oregon. Meeting Abstract #14517.
The importance of instream habitat modifications for restoring channelized agricultural headwater streams -
Smiley, P.C., King, K.W., Gillespie, R.G., Sanders, K., Fausey, N.R. 2013. The importance of instream habitat modifications for restoring channelized agricultural headwater streams. Meeting Abstract. Fifth World Conference on Ecological Restoration, Madison, Wisconsin, October 6 to 11, 2013.
Drainage water phosphorus losses in the great lakes basin -
Smith, D.R., Richards, P., King, K.W., Francesconi, W., Sharpley, A. 2013. Drainage water phosphorus losses in the great lakes basin [abstract]. ASA-CSSA-SSSA Annual Meeting, November 3-6, 2013, Tampa, FL. 2013 CDROM.
Similarities in fish-habitat relationships within channelized agricultural headwater streams in Ohio and Indiana -
Smiley, P.C., Gillespie, R.G., Sanders, K., King, K.W., Smith, D., Pappas, E.A. 2014. Similarities in fish-habitat relationships within channelized agricultural headwater streams in Ohio and Indiana. Ecological Restoration and Sustainability - Partners for the Future. Abstract Book for the Fifth Midwest-Great Lakes SER Chapter Meeting. Midwest-Great Lakes SER Chapter, Indianapolis, Indiana. Meeting Abstract. pg 35.
Relative importance of water chemistry and habitat to fish communities in headwater streams influenced by agricultural land use -
Gillespie, R.G., Smiley, P.C., Sanders, K.E., King, K.W., Smith, D. 2013. Relative importance of water chemistry and habitat to fish communities in headwater streams influenced by agricultural land use. March 25-27, 2013, St. Louis, Missouri.Meeting Abstract. 2013 College of Food Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences Undergraduate Research Symposium, March 25-27, 2013, St. Louis, Missouri. Meeting Abstract.
Implications of fish-habitat relationships for designing restoration projects within channelized agricultural headwater streams -
Smiley, P.C., Gillespie, R.G., Gonzalez, J.M., King, K.W., Smith, D. 2013. Implications of fish-habitat relationships for designing restoration projects within channelized agricultural headwater streams. Meeting Abstract. 2013 Upper Midwest Stream Restoration Symposium, February 24-27, 2013, La Crosse, Wisconsin. Oral Abstract Guide, pg. 7.
Event based analysis of Chlorothalonil concentrations following application to managed turf Reprint Icon -
King, K.W., Balogh, J.C. 2013. Event based analysis of Chlorothalonil concentrations following application to managed turf. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry. 32(3):684-691.
Downstream approaches to phosphorus management in agricultural landscapes: Regional applicability and use -
Kroger, R., Dunne, E.J., Novak, J., King, K.W., Mclellan, E., Smith, D.R., Strock, J., Boomer, K., Tomer, M., Noe, G.B. 2013. Downstream approaches to phosphorus management in agricultural landscapes: Regional applicability and use. Science of the Total Environment. 442:263-274.
Phosphorus concentration and loading reductions following changes in fertilizer application and formulation on managed turf Reprint Icon -
King, K.W., Balogh, J., Agrawal, S.G., Tritabaugh, C., Ryan, J. 2012. Phosphorus concentration and loading reductions following changes in fertilizer application and formulation on managed turf. Journal of Environmental Monitoring. 14(11):2929-2938.
Water balance for a west and midwest watershed -
Bjorneberg, D.L., King, K.W. 2012. Water balance for a west and midwest watershed. ASABE Annual International Meeting, July 29 - August 1, 2012, Dallas, TX. Paper No. 12-1337056. p. 1-11.
Effectiveness of conservation practices within watersheds: Case study in tile-drained systems -
Moorman, T.B., Smith, D.R., King, K.W., Malone, R.W. 2012. Effectiveness of conservation practices within watersheds: Case study in tile-drained systems [abstract]. Abstract Book - 67th International SWCS Annual Conference. p. 24.
Watershed scale influence of pesticide reduction practices on pesticides and fishes within channelized agricultural headwater streams Reprint Icon -
Smiley, P.C., King, K.W., Gillespie, R.B., Fausey, N.R. 2012. Watershed scale influence of pesticide reduction practices on pesticides and fishes within channelized agricultural headwater streams. Journal of Sustainable Watershed Science & Management. 1:61-75.
Influence of riparian habitat on aquatic macroinvertebrate community colonization within riparian zones of agricultural headwater streams Reprint Icon -
Seger, K.R., Smiley, P.C., King, K.W., Fausey, N.R. 2012. Influence of riparian habitat on aquatic macroinvertebrate community colonization within riparian zones of agricultural headwater streams. Journal of Freshwater Ecology. 27:393-407.
Response of reservoir atrazine concentrations following regulatory and management changes Reprint Icon -
King, K.W., Fausey, N.R., Dunn, R., Smiley, P.C., Sohngen, B. 2012. Response of reservoir atrazine concentrations following regulatory and management changes. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation. 67(5):416-423.
Managing phosphorus export from golf courses using industrial byproducts as filter materials -
Agrawal, S.G., Drizo, A., King, K.W. 2012. Managing phosphorus export from golf courses using industrial byproducts as filter materials. Turfgrass and Environmental Research Summary. 10(24):43.
Reducing watershed scale phosphorus export through integrated management practices -
King, K.W., Balogh, J.C. 2012. Reducing watershed scale phosphorus export through integrated management practices. Turfgrass and Environmental Research Summary. 10(24):30.
Influence of watershed-scale pesticide management on channelized agricultural headwater streams -
Smiley, P.C., King, K.W., Gillespie, R., Fausey, N.R. 2011. Influence of watershed-scale pesticide management on channelized agricultural headwater streams. Society for Ecological Restoration Abstracts. p. 185.
The frequency of channel-forming discharges in a tributary of Upper Big Walnut Creek, Ohio Reprint Icon -
Fry, B.E., Ward, A., King, K.W. 2012. The frequency of channel-forming discharges in a tributary of Upper Big Walnut Creek, Ohio. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation. 67:173-182.
Influence of herbaceous riparian buffers on physical habitat, water chemistry, and stream communities within channelized agricultural headwater streams Reprint Icon -
Smiley, P.C., King, K.W., Fausey, N.R. 2011. Influence of herbaceous riparian buffers on physical habitat, water chemistry, and stream communities within channelized agricultural headwater streams. Ecological Engineering. 37:1314-1323.
Use of industrial byproducts to filter nutrients and pesticides in a golf green’s drainage water Reprint Icon -
Agrawal, S.G., King, K.W., Moore, J.F., Levison, P.W., McDonald, J. 2011. Use of industrial byproducts to filter nutrients and pesticides in a golf green’s drainage water. Journal of Environmental Quality. 40:1273-1280.
Evaluating the ability of grass filter strips to contribute to the restoration of degraded agricultural headwater streams in central Ohio -
Smiley, P.C., King, K.W., Fausey, N.R. 2011. Evaluating the ability of grass filter strips to contribute to the restoration of degraded agricultural headwater streams in central Ohio [abstract]. Midwest-Great Lakes SER Chapter meeting.
Use of industrial byproducts to filter PO43- and pesticides in golf green drainage water -
Agrawal, S.G., King, K.W., Moore, J.F., Levison, P.W., Mcdonald, J. 2011. Use of industrial byproducts to filter PO43- and pesticides in golf green drainage water [abstract]. Ohio Academy of Science Meeting.
Stream water nutrient enrichment in a mixed-use watershed Reprint Icon -
King, K.W., Balogh, J.C. 2011. Stream water nutrient enrichment in a mixed-use watershed. Journal of Environmental Monitoring. 13(3):721-731.
Impact of buffer type on streamside nutrient concentrations in Upper Big Walnut Creek, Ohio -
King, K.W., Smiley, P.C., Fischer, E.N., Fausey, N.R. 2011. Impact of buffer type on streamside nutrient concentrations in Upper Big Walnut Creek, Ohio [abstract]. ASABE Annual International Meeting.
Drainage water management for water quality protection -
Strock, J., Kleinman, P.J., King, K.W., Delgado, J.A. 2010. Drainage water management for water quality protection. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation. 65(6):131A-136A.
Use of Industrial Byproducts and Natural Minerals to Filter Nutrients and Pesticides in Golf Green Drainage Water -
King, K.W., Agrawal, S.G., Moore, J., Balogh, J. 2011. Use of Industrial Byproducts and Natural Minerals to Filter Nutrients and Pesticides in Golf Green Drainage Water. U.S. Golf Association. 9(23):43.
PO43 Removal by and Permeability of Industrial Byproducts and Minerals: Granulated Blast Furnace Slag, Cement Kiln Dust, Coconut Shell Activated Carbon, Silica Sand and Zeolite Reprint Icon -
Agrawal, S.G., King, K.W., Fischer, E.N., Woner, D.N. 2011. PO43 Removal by and Permeability of Industrial Byproducts and Minerals: Granulated Blast Furnace Slag, Cement Kiln Dust, Coconut Shell Activated Carbon, Silica Sand and Zeolite. Journal Of Water Air And Soil Pollution. DOI 10.1007/s11270-010-0686-4.
Chlorothalonil and 2,4-D Losses in Surface Water Discharge From a Managed Turf Watershed Reprint Icon -
King, K.W., Balogh, J.C. 2010. Chlorothalonil and 2,4-D Losses in Surface Water Discharge From a Managed Turf Watershed. Journal of Environmental Monitoring. 12(8):1601-1612.
Travel time analysis for a subsurface drained sub-watershed in Upper Big Walnut Creek Watershed, Ohio -
Shedekar, Y., Brown, L., Fausey, N.R., King, K.W. 2010. Travel time analysis for a subsurface drained sub-watershed in Upper Big Walnut Creek Watershed, Ohio [abstract]. ASABE Annual International Meeting.
Impact of submergence on parshall flume discharge measurements in low gradient headwater streams -
King, K.W., Fausey, N.R., Shedekar, V. 2010. Impact of submergence on parshall flume discharge measurements in low gradient headwater streams [abstract]. ASABE Annual International Meeting.
Influence of Herbaceous Filter Strips on Physical Habitat, Water Chemistry, and Fish Communities Within Channelized Headwater Streams in Central Ohio Reprint Icon -
Smiley, P.C., King, K.W., Fausey, N.R. 2010. Influence of Herbaceous Filter Strips on Physical Habitat, Water Chemistry, and Fish Communities Within Channelized Headwater Streams in Central Ohio. Ecological Society of America Abstracts.
Influence of Herbaceous Riparian Buffers on Fish and Amphibian Communities Within Channelized Headwater Streams in Central Ohio -
Smiley, P.C., King, K.W., Fausey, N.R. 2010. Influence of Herbaceous Riparian Buffers on Fish and Amphibian Communities Within Channelized Headwater Streams in Central Ohio. American Society of Ichthyologists and Herpetologists. Abstract # 0314.
Assessment of Commercially Marketed Filter Materials for Tile Drainage Outlets on Golf Courses -
King, K.W., Moore, J.F., Balogh, J.C., Agrawal, S.G. 2010. Assessment of Commercially Marketed Filter Materials for Tile Drainage Outlets on Golf Courses. U.S. Golf Association. Annual Report.
Public Health Perspectives of Channelized and Unchannelized Headwater Streams in Central Ohio: A Case Study -
Smiley, P.C., King, K.W., Fausey, N.R. 2010. Public Health Perspectives of Channelized and Unchannelized Headwater Streams in Central Ohio: A Case Study. Journal of Water and Health. 8:577-592.
Nutrient and Pesticide Removal From Laboratory Simulated Tile Drainage Discharge Reprint Icon -
King, K.W., Mcdonald, J., Moore, J., Agrawal, S.G., Fischer, E.N., Balogh, J. 2010. Nutrient and Pesticide Removal From Laboratory Simulated Tile Drainage Discharge. Transactions of the ASABE. 53(3):769-777.
Integrated watershed economic model for non-point source pollution management in Upper Big Walnut Creek Watershed, OH -
Nair, S.S., Sohngen, B.L., King, K.W., Fausey, N.R., Witter, J.D., Southgate, D. 2010. Integrated watershed economic model for non-point source pollution management in Upper Big Walnut Creek Watershed, OH [abstract]. Agricultural & Applied Economics Association Joint Annual Meeting.
Assessment of Commercially Marketed Filter Materials for Tile Drainage Outlets on Golf Courses -
King, K.W., Moore, J., Balogh, J. 2010. Assessment of Commercially Marketed Filter Materials for Tile Drainage Outlets on Golf Courses. USGA Turfgrass and Environmental Research Online. 8(23):75.
Drainage Water Filtration -
King, K.W., Mcdonald, J., Moore, J., Agrawal, S.G., Fischer, E.N., Balogh, J. 2009. Drainage Water Filtration. Golf Course Industry. November 2009. p. 40-44.
Ecological Assessments of Fish Communities in Drainage Ditches of Two Midwest Watersheds in Support of the Conservation Effects Assessment -
Gillespie, R., Smiley, P.C., King, K.W., Huang, C. 2009. Ecological Assessments of Fish Communities in Drainage Ditches of Two Midwest Watersheds in Support of the Conservation Effects Assessment. Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry Abstracts. p. 179.
Measurement errors in tipping bucket rain gauges under different rainfall intensities and their implication to hydrologic models Reprint Icon -
Shedekar, V., King, K.W., Brown, L., Fausey, N.R., Heckel, M., Harmel, R.D. 2009. Measurement errors in tipping bucket rain gauges under different rainfall intensities and their implication to hydrologic models. ASABE Annual International Meeting, June 21-24, 2009, Reno, Nevada. Paper #97368.
Recreational value of improved water quality in the Upper Big Walnut Watershed, Ohio -
Nair, S., Sohngen, B., Fausey, N.R., Southgate, D., King, K.W. 2009. Recreational value of improved water quality in the Upper Big Walnut Watershed, Ohio [abstract]. International Soil and Water Conservation Conference.
Hydrology of Channelized and Natural Headwater Streams Reprint Icon -
King, K.W., Smiley, P.C., Fausey, N.R. 2009. Hydrology of Channelized and Natural Headwater Streams. Hydrological Sciences Journal. 54(5):929-948.
Use of Unchannelized Agricultural Streams as a Guiding Image for Restoring Agricultural Drainage Ditches -
Smiley, P.C., King, K.W., Fausey, N.R. 2010. Use of Unchannelized Agricultural Streams as a Guiding Image for Restoring Agricultural Drainage Ditches. Meeting Abstract.
Pesticide Transport with Runoff from Turf: Observations Compared with TurfPQ Model Simulations Reprint Icon -
Kramer, K.E., Rice, P.J., Horgan, B.P., Rittenhouse, J.L., King, K.W. 2009. Pesticide Transport with Runoff from Turf: Observations Compared with TurfPQ Model Simulations. Journal of Environmental Quality. 38(6):2402-2411.
Influence of Herbaceous Riparian Buffers on Channelized Headwater Streams in Central Ohio -
Smiley, P.C., King, K.W., Fausey, N.R. 2009. Influence of Herbaceous Riparian Buffers on Channelized Headwater Streams in Central Ohio. Meeting Abstract. Paper No. 92.
Management implications of the relationships between water chemistry and fishes within channelized headwater streams in the midwestern United States -
Smiley, P.C., Gillespie, R.B., King, K.W., Huang, C. 2009. Management implications of the relationships between water chemistry and fishes within channelized headwater streams in the midwestern United States. Ecohydrology. 3:294-302.
Temporal variability of nitrogen and phosphorus transport in subsurface drainage -
King, K.W., Fausey, N.R., Smiley, P.C. 2009. Temporal variability of nitrogen and phosphorus transport in subsurface drainage [abstract]. Soil and Water Conservation Society.
Removal of nutrient and pesticides from tile drainage discharge using an end-of-tile cartridge approach -
King, K.W., Mcdonald, J., Moore, J., Balogh, J. 2009. Removal of nutrient and pesticides from tile drainage discharge using an end-of-tile cartridge approach [abstract]. ASABE Annual International Meeting.
Watershed scale nitrogen and phosphorus partitioning between surface and subsurface drainage waters -
King, K.W., Fausey, N.R., Smiley, P.C. 2009. Watershed scale nitrogen and phosphorus partitioning between surface and subsurface drainage waters [abstract]. ASABE Annual International Meeting.
Estimating Storm Discharge and Water Quality Data Uncertainty: A Software Tool for Monitoring and Modeling Applications -
Harmel, R.D., Smith, D.R., King, K.W., Slade, R.M. 2009. Estimating Storm Discharge and Water Quality Data Uncertainty: A Software Tool for Monitoring and Modeling Applications. Journal of Environmental Modelling and Software. 24(7):832-842.
Implications of fish-habitat relationships for developing conservation plans for channelized headwater streams in the midwestern United States. -
Smiley, P.C., Gillespie, R.B., King, K.W., Huang, C. 2011. Implications of fish-habitat relationships for developing conservation plans for channelized headwater streams in the midwestern United States. Meeting Proceedings. 303-315.
Relationships Among Macroinvertebrate Community Variables and Water Quality Parameters in Modified Agricultural Receiving Streams in the Midwestern United States -
Gillespie, R.B., Smiley, P.C., King, K.W., Huang, C. 2008. Relationships Among Macroinvertebrate Community Variables and Water Quality Parameters in Modified Agricultural Receiving Streams in the Midwestern United States. Meeting Abstract.
Implications of Fish-Habitat Relationships for Developing Conservation Plans for Channelized Headwater Streams in the Midwestern United States -
Smiley, P.C., Gillespie, R.B., King, K.W., Huang, C. 2008. Implications of Fish-Habitat Relationships for Developing Conservation Plans for Channelized Headwater Streams in the Midwestern United States. Meeting Abstract.
Pesticide Transport with Runoff from Fairway Turf: Measured Compared to Modeled -
Rice, P.J., Kramer, K., Horgan, B.P., Rittenhouse, J.L., King, K.W. 2009. Pesticide Transport with Runoff from Fairway Turf: Measured Compared to Modeled. 2009 W-1045 Secretary's Report. CD-ROM.
Hydrology and Water Quality from Managed Turf -
King, K.W., Balogh, J. 2008. Hydrology and Water Quality from Managed Turf. Trade Journal Publication. p. 102-108.
Comparing the Influence of Different Habitat Factors on Fish Communities in Channelized Headwater Streams in Indiana and Ohio -
Smiley, P.C., Gillespie, R.B., King, K.W., Huang, C. 2008. Comparing the Influence of Different Habitat Factors on Fish Communities in Channelized Headwater Streams in Indiana and Ohio. Meeting Abstract. Paper No. 79-4.
Relative Contributions of Habitat and Water Quality to the Integrity of Fish Communities in Agricultural Drainage Ditches Reprint Icon -
Smiley, P.C., Gillespie, R.B., King, K.W., Huang, C. 2008. Relative Contributions of Habitat and Water Quality to the Integrity of Fish Communities in Agricultural Drainage Ditches. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation. 63:218A-219A.
Curve Numbers for Golf Course Watersheds Reprint Icon -
King, K.W., Balogh, J.C. 2008. Curve Numbers for Golf Course Watersheds. Transactions of the ASABE. 51(3):987-996.
Assessment of Commercially Marketed Filter Materials for Tile Drainage Outlets on Golf Courses Reprint Icon -
King, K.W., Moore, J. 2008. Assessment of Commercially Marketed Filter Materials for Tile Drainage Outlets on Golf Courses. USGA Turfgrass and Environmental Research Online. Available: http://turf.lib.msu.edu/ressum/2007/50.pdf.
Relationships of macroinvertebrate communities with nutrients, pesticides, and physicochemical parameters in channelized headwater streams in Indiana and Ohio -
Gillespie, R.B., Smiley, P.C., King, K.W., Huang, C. 2008. Relationships of macroinvertebrate communities with nutrients, pesticides, and physicochemical parameters in channelized headwater streams in Indiana and Ohio. American Society of Limnologists and Oceanographers Summer Meeting. p. 29.
Relationships between water chemistry and fish communities within channelized headwater streams in Indiana and Ohio -
Smiley, P.C., Gillespie, R.B., King, K.W., Huang, C. 2008. Relationships between water chemistry and fish communities within channelized headwater streams in Indiana and Ohio. American Society of Limnolgists and Oceanographers Summer Meeting. p. 84.
Hydrologic and Water Quality Assessment from Managed Turf -
King, K.W., Balogh, J.C. 2008. Hydrologic and Water Quality Assessment from Managed Turf. USGA Turfgrass and Environmental Research Online. 7(2):1-12.
SURFACE LOSSES OF NITROGEN AND PHOSPHORUS FROM A GOLF COURSE WATERSHED -
King, K.W., Balogh, J.C., Kohlbry, D. 2008. Surface losses of nitrogen and phosphorus from a golf course watershed. American Chemical Society Symposium Series. 997:79-91.
Fishes in drainage ditches: what does it mean for the management of agricultural watersheds? -
Smiley, P.C., Gillespie, R.B., King, K.W., Huang, C. 2007. Fishes in drainage ditches: what does it mean for the management of agricultural watersheds?. Meeting Abstract. 2007 Ohio Stormwater Management and Drainage Conference, October 30-31, 2007. Columbus, Ohio. p. 3.
Hydrologic and Water Quality Assessment from an Intensively Managed Watershed Scale Turfgrass System -
King, K.W. 2008. Hydrologic and Water Quality Assessment from an Intensively Managed Watershed Scale Turfgrass System. Turfgrass and Environmental Research Summary. p. 51.
Validation of Paired Watersheds for Assessing Conservation Practices in Upper Big Walnut Creek Watershed, Ohio Reprint Icon -
King, K.W., Smiley, P.C., Baker, B., Fausey, N.R. 2008. Validation of Paired Watersheds for Assessing Conservation Practices in Upper Big Walnut Creek Watershed, Ohio. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation. 63(6):380-395.
Developing restoration strategies for channelized headwater streams within a central Ohio watershed -
Smiley, P.C., King, K.W., Fausey, N.R. 2007. Developing restoration strategies for channelized headwater streams within a central Ohio watershed. Joint meeting of Ecological Society of America and Society for Ecological Restoration. COS 96-5.
Nutrient Load Generated by Storm Event Runoff from a Golf Course Watershed Reprint Icon -
King, K.W., Balogh, J.C., Hughes, K., Harmel, R.D. 2007. Nutrient Load Generated by Storm Event Runoff from a Golf Course Watershed. Journal of Environmental Quality. 36:1021-1030.
Validation of Paired Watersheds for Assessing Conservation Practices in Upper Big Walnut Creek Watershed, Ohio -
King, K.W., Smiley, P.C., Fausey, N.R., Baker, B.J. 2007. Validation of Paired Watersheds for Assessing Conservation Practices in Upper Big Walnut Creek Watershed, Ohio [abstract]. Soil and Water Conservation Society. p. 40
The relative contributions of habitat quality and water quality to the integrity of aquatic communities in agricultural drainage ditches -
Gillespie, R.B., Smiley, P.C., King, K.W., Huang, C. 2007. The relative contributions of habitat quality and water quality to the integrity of aquatic communities in agricultural drainage ditches [abstract]. Soil and Water Conservation Society. p. 48-49.
OPTIMAL MANAGEMENT OF NON-POINT SOURCE POLLUTION FROM AGRICULTURE: AN APPLICATION OF DYNAMIC PROGRAMMING -
Surendrannair, S., Sohngen, B., Fausey, N.R., King, K.W. 2007. Optimal management of non-point source pollution from agriculture: an application of dynamic programming [abstract]. Soil and Water Conservation Society. p. 118.
Nutrient Flux in Storm Water Runoff and Baseflow from Managed Turf Reprint Icon -
King, K.W., Balogh, J., Harmel, R.D. 2007. Nutrient Flux in Storm Water Runoff and Baseflow from Managed Turf. Environmental Pollution. 150:321-328.
NITRATE AND AMMONIUM LOSSES FROM SURFACE APPLIED ORGANIC AND INORGANIC FERTILIZER -
King, K.W., Torbert III, H.A. 2007. Nitrate and Ammonium Losses from Surface Applied Organic and Inorganic Fertilizer. Journal of Agricultural Science. 145(3):1-9.
Conservation program (EQIP) reduces atrazine in Columbus, OH drinking water supply reservoir -
Fausey, N.R., King, K.W., Dunn, R., Edwards, T., Ufferman, L. 2007. Conservation program (EQIP) reduces atrazine in Columbus, OH drinking water supply reservoir [abstract]. Soil and Water Conservation Society. p. 104.
RUNOFF LOSSES OF DISSOLVED REACTIVE PHOSPHORUS FROM ORGANIC FERTILIZER APPLIED TO SOD -
Baker, B.J., King, K.W., Torbert III, H.A. 2007. Runoff Losses of Dissolved Reactive Phosphorus From Organic Fertilizer Applied to Sod. Transactions of the ASABE. 50:449-454.
Assessment of Commercially Marketed Filter Materials for Tile Drainage Outlets on Golf Courses -
Assessing Conservation Benefits and Costs -
King, K.W., Fausey, N.R. 2006. Assessing Conservation Benefits and Costs. Ohio Country Journal. p. 47.
AN EXPERIMENTAL APPROACH TO ASSESS THE INFLUENCE OF NUTRIENT AND PESTICIDE PRACTICES ON HEADWATER AGRICULTURAL WATERSHEDS IN CENTRAL OHIO -
Smiley, P.C., King, K.W., Fausey, N.R. 2006. An experimental approach to assess the influence of nutrient and pesticide practices on headwater agricultural watersheds in central ohio. Meeting Abstract. p. 90.
Practical guidance for discharge and water quality data collection on small watersheds -
Harmel, R.D., King, K.W., Haggard, B.E., Wren, D.G., Sheridan, J.M. 2006. Practical guidance for discharge and water quality data collection on small watersheds. Transactions of the ASABE. 49(4):937-948.
RUNOFF AND SOIL LOSS RELATIONSHIPS FOR THE TEXAS BLACKLAND PRAIRIES ECOREGION -
Harmel, R.D., Richardson, C.W., King, K.W., Allen, P.M. 2006. Runoff and soil loss relationships for the Texas Blackland Prairies ecoregion. Journal of Hydrology. 331(3-4):471-483.
HYDROLOGY, WATER CHEMISTRY, AND ECOLOGY OF HEADWATER STREAMS IN THE UPPER BIG WALNUT CREEK WATERSHED, OHIO -
King, K.W., Smiley, P.C., Fischer, E.N., Fausey, N.R. 2006. Hydrology, water chemistry, and ecology of headwater streams in the Upper Big Walnut Creek Watershed, Ohio. ARS Conservation Effects Assessment Project-Watershed Assessment Studies Annual Meeting, Ames, Iowa, May 3-5, 2006. Abstract.
FISH-HABITAT RELATIONSHIPS IN DRAINAGE DITCHES WITHIN A PREDOMINANTLY AGRICULTURAL WATERSHED IN CENTRAL OHIO -
Smiley, P.C., King, K.W. 2006. Fish-habitat relationships in drainage ditches within a predominantly agricultural watershed in central Ohio. Ecological Society of America Abstracts. p. 364.
NUTRIENT LOSS FROM A GOLF COURSE WATERSHED -
King, K.W. 2006. Nutrient loss from a golf course watershed. USGA Green Section Record. July-August. p. 20-25.
SURFACE AND SUBSURFACE NUTRIENT TRANSPORT FROM A GOLF COURSE WATERSHED -
King, K.W., Balough, J.C. 2006. Surface and subsurface nutrient transport from a golf course watershed. Turfgrass and Environmental Research Online. 5(6):1-14.
HYDROLOGY AND WATER CHEMISTRY RESPONSES TO CONSERVATION PRACTICES AND LAND USE WITHIN THE UPPER BIG WALNUT CREEK WATERSHED. -
King, K.W., Smiley, P.C., Fausey, N.R. 2006. Hydrology and water chemistry responses to conservation practices and land use within the Upper Big Walnut Creek watershed. Meeting Abstract. Poster.
ECOLOGICAL EVALUATION OF THE INFLUENCE OF HERBACEOUS RIPARIAN BUFFERS ON HEADWATER AGRICULTURAL DRAINAGE DITCHES IN THE UPPER BIG WALNUT CREEK WATERSHED -
Smiley, P.C., King, K.W. 2006. Ecological evaluation of the influence of herbaceous riparian buffers on headwater agricultural drainage ditches in the upper big walnut creek watershed. Meeting Abstract. p. 14.
EVALUATING CONSERVATION PRACTICES WITHIN THE UPPER BIG WALNUT CREEK WATERSHED: WATER QUALITY, ECOLOGY, SOIL, AND ECONOMIC PERSPECTIVES -
Smiley, P.C., King, K.W., Baker, B.J., Fausey, N.R., Tennity, C., Sohngen, B. 2006. Evaluating conservation practices within the Upper Big Walnut Creek watershed: water quality, ecology, soil, and economic perspectives. Meeting Abstract. p. 15.
EXCESS PHOSPHORUS FROM GOLF COURSES CAN TAINT SURFACE WATER -
King, K.W., Balogh, J.C. 2006. Excess phosphorus from golf courses can taint surface water. Turfgrass Trends. Available: http://www.turfgrasstrends.com/turfgrasstrends/author/authorDetail.jsp?id=27224&searchString=king
HYDROLOGIC AND WATER QUALITY ASSESSMENT FROM AN INTENSIVELY MANAGED WATERSHED SCALE TURFGRASS SYSTEM -
NO3-N & DISSOLVED REACTIVE PHOSPORUS IN SUBSURFACE DRAINAGE FROM MANAGED TURFGRASS. -
King, K.W., Hughes, K.L., Balogh, J.C., Fausey, N.R., Harmel, R.D. 2006. Nitrate-nitrogen & dissolved reactive phosporus in subsurface drainage from managed turfgrass. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation. 61(1):31-40.
UNCERTAINTY IN MEASURED SEDIMENT AND NUTRIENT FLUX IN RUNOFF FROM SMALL AGRICULTURAL WATERSHEDS -
Harmel, R.D., King, K.W. 2005. Uncertainty in measured sediment and nutrient flux in runoff from small agricultural watersheds. Transactions of the ASAE. 48(5):1713-1721.
DEVELOPMENT AND SENSITIVITY OF A METHOD TO SELECT TIME- AND FLOW-PACED STORM EVENT SAMPLING INTERVALS -
King, K.W., Harmel, R.D., Fausey, N.R. 2005. Development and sensitivity of a method to select time- and flow-paced storm event sampling intervals. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation. 60(6):323-331.
INITIAL SOIL QUALITY ASSESSMENT WITHIN THE UPPER BIG WALNUT CREEK WATERSHED IN OHIO -
Baker, B.J., King, K.W., Fausey, N.R. 2005. Initial soil quality assessment within the upper big walnut creek watershed in Ohio [abstract]. ASAE Annual International Meeting. Paper No. 052048.
EVENT MODELING OF A TURFGRASS SYSTEM USING A MODIFIED SWAT MODEL -
Hughes, K.L., King, K.W., Arnold, J.G., Balogh, J.C. 2005. Event modeling of a turfgrass system using a modified swat model. ASAE Annual International Meeting, July 17-21, 2005, Tampa, Florida. 2005 CDROM.
ASSESSING THE IMPACT OF CONSERVATION MANAGEMENT PRACTICES ON WATER AND SOIL QUALITY IN UPPER BIG WALNUT CREEK WATERSHED -
King, K.W., Smiley, P.C., Baker, B.J., Fausey, N.R. 2005. Assessing the impact of conservation management practices on water and soil quality in Upper Big Walnut Creek watershed [abstract]. ASAE Annual International Meeting. Paper No. 05-2128.
EVALUATING HABITAT AND FISH COMMUNITY RESPONSES TO CONSERVATION PRACTICES IN HEADWATER STREAMS OF UPPER BIG WALNUT CREEK -
Smiley, P.C., King, K.W., Fausey, N.R. 2005. Evaluating habitat and fish community responses to conservation practices in headwater streams of upper big walnut creek. Meeting poster.
IMPACT OF SOIL AMENDMENTS ON REDUCING P LOSSES FROM RUNOFF IN SOD -
Torbert III, H.A., King, K.W., Harmel, R.D. 2005. Impact of soil amendments on reducing p losses from runoff in sod. Journal of Environmental Quality. 34:1415-1421.
POTENTIAL OF SOME SOIL AMENDMENTS ON REDUCING SOLUBLE P LOSSES FROM MANURE -
Torbert III, H.A., King, K.W., Harmel, R.D. 2004. Potential of some soil amendments on reducing soluble p losses from manure. [abstract] American Society of Agronomy Meetings. 2004 CDROM
COMPARISON OF TIME-BASED SAMPLING STRATEGIES TO DETERMINE NITROGEN LOADING IN PLOT SCALE RUNOFF -
King, K.W., Harmel, R.D. 2004. Comparison of Time-Based Sampling Strategies to Determine Nitrogen Loading in Plot Scale Runoff. Transactions of the ASAE. 47(5):1457-1463.
FIELD DATA AND FLOW SYSTEM RESPONSE IN CLAY (VERTISOL) SHALE TERRAIN, NORTH CENTRAL TEXAS, USA -
Allen, P.M., Harmel, R.D., Arnold, J.G., Plant, B., Yelderman, J., King, K.W. 2005. Field data and flow system response in clay (vertisol) shale terrain, north central Texas, USA. Hydrological Processes. 19(14):2719-2736.
CONTROLLED DRAINAGE PERFORMANCE ON HOYTVILLE SOIL IN OHIO -
FAUSEY, N.R., KING, K.W., BAKER, B.J., COOPER, R.L. CONTROLLED DRAINAGE PERFORMANCE ON HOYTVILLE SOIL IN OHIO. INTERNATIONAL DRAINAGE SYMPOSIUM. 2004. P. 84-88.
HYDROLOGIC INSTRUMENTATION AT THE USDA-ARS GRASSLAND, SOIL AND WATER RESEARCH LABORATORY, RIESEL, TX -
Harmel, R.D., Richardson, C.W., King, K.W., Arnold, J.G. 2003. Hydrologic instrumentation at the USDA-ARS Grassland, Soil and Water Research Laboratory, Riesel, TX. Proceedings of First Interagency Conference on Research in the Watersheds. p. 56-61.
ANALYSIS OF LONG-TERM PRECIPITATION FOR THE CENTRAL TEXAS BLACKLAND PRAIRIE: 1939-1999 -
Harmel, R.D., King, K.W., Richardson, C.W., Williams, J.R., Arnold, J.G. 2003. Analysis of long-term precipitation for the Central Texas Blackland Prairie: 1939-1999. Proceedings of First Interagency Conference on Research in the Watersheds. p. 480-485.
NUTRIENT LEVELS IN DRAINAGE WATER AFFECTED BY TURF MANAGEMENT -
KING, K.W., BALOGH, J.C., FAUSEY, N.R. NUTRIENT LEVELS IN DRAINAGE WATER AFFECTED BY TURF MANAGEMENT. INTERNATIONAL DRAINAGE SYMPOSIUM. 2004. P. 181-188.
LONG-TERM PRECIPITATION ANALYSES FOR THE CENTRAL TEXAS BLACKLAND PRAIRIE -
Harmel, R.D., King, K.W., Richardson, C.W., Williams, J.R. 2003. Long-term precipitation analyses for the Central Texas Blackland Prairie. Transactions of the American Society of Agricultural Engineers. 46(5):1381-1388.
ESTIMATION OF SOIL CRACKING AND THE EFFECT ON SURFACE RUNOFF IN A TEXAS BLACKLAND PRAIRIE WATERSHED -
Arnold, J.G., Potter, K.N., King, K.W., Allen, P.M. 2005. Estimation of soil cracking and the effect on surface runoff in a Texas blackland prairie watershed. Hydrological Processes. 19(3):589-603.
COMPARISON OF TRUE LOADS TO VARIOUS TIME-BASED SAMPLING -
KING, K.W., HARMEL, R.D., ZWIERSCHKE, E.L. COMPARISON OF TRUE LOADS TO VARIOUS TIME-BASED SAMPLING. 2003. AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING. PAPER NO. 03 2178.
AUTOMATED STORM WATER SAMPLING ON SMALL WATERHSEDS -
Harmel, R.D., King, K.W., Slade, R.M. 2003. Automated storm water sampling on small watersheds. Applied Engineering in Agriculture. 19(6):667-674.
DEVELOPMENT AND SENSITIVITY ANALYSIS OF A METHOD TO SELECT WATER QUALITY SAMPLING STRATEGIES -
KING, K.W. DEVELOPMENT AND SENSITIVITY ANALYSIS OF A METHOD TO SELECT WATER QUALITY SAMPLING STRATEGIES. 2003. AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERS. PAPER NO. 03-2047
DEVELOPMENT AND SENSITIVITY ANALYSIS OF A METHOD TO SELECT WATER QUALITY SAMPLING STRATEGIES -
King, K.W. 2003. Development and sensitivity analysis of a method to select water quality sampling strategies. Water Management to Meet Emerging TMDL Environmental Regulations Conference. Paper No. 032047.
CONSIDERATIONS IN SELECTING A WATER QUALITY SAMPLING STRATEGY -
KING, K.W., HARMEL, R.D. CONSIDERATIONS IN SELECTING A WATER QUALITY SAMPLING STRATEGY. TRANSACTIONS OF THE AMERICAN SOCIETY OF AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERS. 2003. v. 46(1). p. 63-73.
DEVELOPING AUTOMATED STORM WATER SAMPLING STRATEGIES FOR SMALL WATERSHEDS -
Harmel, R.D., King, K.W., Hauck, L. Developing automated storm water sampling strategies for small watersheds. Proceedings of the Texas Water Monitoring Congress. 2002. Available from: http://www.txwmc.org/2002_Congress/2002%20Plenary%20Session.htm
INITIAL EVALUATION OF A PHOSPHORUS INDEX ON PASTURE AND CROPLAND WATERSHEDS IN TEXAS -
Harmel, R.D., DeLaune, P.B., Haggard, B.E., King, K.W., Richardson, C.W., Moore Jr., P.A., Torbert, H.A. Initial evaluation of a phosphorus index on pasture and cropland watersheds in Texas. American Society of Agricultural Engineers. 2002. Paper No. 02-2075.
MINIMUM FLOW CONSIDERATIONS FOR AUTOMATED STORM SAMPLING ON SMALL WATERSHEDS -
Harmel, R.D., King, K.W., Wolfe, J.E., Torbert, H.A. Minimum flow considerations for automated storm sampling on small watersheds. Texas Journal of Science. 2002. v. 54(2). p. 177-188.
IMPACT OF A TURFGRASS SYSTEM ON NUTRIENT LOADINGS TO SURFACE WATER -
King, K.W., Harmel, R.D., Torbert, H.A., Balogh, J.C. Impact of a turfgrass system on nutrient loading to surface water. Journal of the American Water Resources Association. 2001. v. 37(3). p. 629-640.
DESIGN AND EVALUATION OF AN AUTOMATED SYSTEM FOR ACQUISITION OF VELOCITY DATA IN SMALL CHANNELS -
HYDROLOGIC RESPONSE OF A SMALL WATERSHED MODEL TO GENERATED PRECIPITATION -
Harmel, R.D., Richardson, C.W., King, K.W. 2000. Hydrologic response of a small watershed model to generated precipitation. Transactions of the ASAE. 43(6):1483-1488.
DEVELOPMENT OF NITROGEN-RELEASE ALGORITHM FOR SLOW RELEASE FERTILIZERS -
FEEDING TURF WITH WASTEWATER -
INITIAL APPLICATION OF SWAT TO TURFGRASS SYSTEMS -
King, K.W., Balogh, J.C., Harmel, R.D, Torbert, H.A, Arnold, J.G. Initial application of SWAT to turfgrass systems. Proceedings of the American Society of Agricultural Engineers. 1999. Paper No. 99-2241.
SIMULATION OF SEDIMENT AND NITRATE LOSS ON A VERTISOL WITH CONSERVATION TILLAGE PRACTICES -
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