Long, F.L., H.F. Perkins, J.R. Carreker, and J.M. Daniels. 1969. Morphological, chemical, and physical characteristics of eighteen representative soils of the Atlantic coast flatwoods. Univ. of Georgia Res. Bull. 59. 74 pgs.
Doty, C.W. and J.L. Wiersma. 1969. Geometric shaping and contouring of land as related to potential for surface-water storage. Trans. ASAE 12(3):322-325, 328.
Carter, C.E., C.W. Doty, and B.R. Carroll. 1968. Runoff and erosion characteristics of the brown loam soils. Agric. Engr. 49(5):296.
Hunt, P.G. and T.C. Peele. 1968. Organic Matter Removal from Liquid Peach Waste by Percolation Through Soil and Interrelations with Plant growth and Soil Properties. Agron. J. 60:321-323.
Long, F.L., J.M. Daniels, and J.R. Carreker. 1968. Irrigating vegetables with brackish water. Trans. ASAE, p. 171-174.
Beale, O.W. and G.W. Langdale. 1967. Tillage and residue management practices for soybean production in a soybean-small grain rotation. Agron. J. 59:31-33.
Carreker, J.R., F. Long, and J.M. Daniels. 1967. Drainage properties of some soil in the Atlantic Coast Flatwoods. Trans. ASAE, p. 337-339.
Miller, R.J., G.W. Langdale, and D.L. Myhre. 1967. Leaf area indices and nitrogen uptake of flue-cured tobacco as affected by plant density and nitrogen rate. Agron. J. 59:409-412.
Thornton, J.F. 1967. The effect of shape and roughness on hydraulics of flow in small channels.
Beale, O.W., T.C. Peele, and F.F. Lesesne. 1966. Infiltration rates of South Carolina soils during simulated rainfall. SC Agric. Expt. Sta. Technical Bull. 1022, Clemson Univ.
Ukkelberg, H.G., B.L. Southwell, and F.L. Long. 1966. Winter pastures for beef cattle on heavy bladen and associated soils of the Southeast. Georgia Agric. Exp. Sta. Circular N.S. 47.
Beale, O.W. and G.W. Langdale. 1964. The compatibility of corn and coastal bermudagrass as affected by tillage methods. J. Soil Water Conserv. 19(6):238-240.
Myhre, D.L., R.G. Menzel, H. Roberts, Jr., M.H. Frere, M. Amemiya, O.W. Beale, D.R. Timmons, and E.H. Wood. 1964. Reduction of strontium-90 uptake by corn and soybeans with deep placement, irrigation, and soil amendments. Agron. J. 56:463-467.