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I. Book Chapters

Kennedy, A.C. 1999. Microbial diversity in agroecosystem quality. p 1-17. In Biodiversity in Agroecosystems. W.W. Collins and C.O. Qualset (eds.) CRC Press. Boca Raton, FL.

Stott, D.E., A.C. Kennedy, and C.A. Cambardella. 1999. Impact of soil organisms and organic matter on soil erodibility. p. 57-74. In R. Lal (ed.) Soil Quality and Soil Erosion. CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL and Soil and Water Conservation Society, Ankeny, IA.


II. Refereed Journal Articles

Haller, L., C. Claiborn, J. Koenig, T. Larson and G. Norris. 1999. Airborne particulate matter size distributions in an urban area. Journal of the Air and Waste Management Association 49:161-168.

Ibekwe, A.M. and A.C. Kennedy. 1999. Fatty acid methyl ester (FAME) profiles as a tool to investigate community structure of two agricultural soils. Plant and Soil 206:151-161. article

Kennedy, A.C. 1999. Soil microorganisms for weed management. Journal of Crop Production 2:123-138. abstract

Schillinger, W.F., R.J. Cook, and R.I. Papendick. 1999. Increased cropping intensity for dryland with no-till barley. Agronomy Journal 91:744-752. article

Schillinger, W. F., R.I. Papendick, R.J. Veseth, and F.L. Young. 1999. Russian thistle skeletons provide residue in wheat-fallow cropping systems. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation 54:506-509. article

Schwartz, J., G. Norris, T. Larsen, L. Sheppard, C. Claiborn, and J. Koenig. 1999. Episodes of high coarse particle concentrations are not associated with increased mortality. Environmental Health Perspectives 107:339-342.


III. Patent

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IV. Thesis and Dissertation

Camara, O.M. (Agricultural Economics). 1999. Assessing the economic viability of no-till farming systems for two agro-climatic zones in the Pacific Northwest. M.A. thesis, Washington State University.

Janosky, J.S. (Agricultural Economics). 1999. An economic analysis of conservation tillage cropping systems in eastern Washington. M.A thesis, Washington State University.

Villasenor-Gutierrez, R. (Environmental Engineering). 1999. Modeling high wintertime particulate matter episodes in a city of complex terrain. M.S. thesis, Washington State University.


V. Extension Bulletins

Camara, O., D. Young, and H. Hinman. 1999. Economic case studies of Eastern Washington no-till farmers growing wheat and barley in the 8-13 inch precipitation zone. Cooperative Extension Bulletin 1885, Washington State University, Pullman, WA. publication

Esser, A.D. 1999. On-farm test results, Lincoln-Adams area 1999. Adams County Technical Report OFT-99. publication

Hinman, H. and A.D. Esser. 1999. 1999 Enterprise budgets, summer fallow-winter wheat rotations and hard red spring wheat annual cropping, Adams County, Washington State. Cooperative Extension Bulletin 1883, Washington State University, Pullman, WA. publication

Mallory, E., T. Fiez, R. Veseth, D. Roe and D. Wysocki. December 1999. Direct seeding case study series for the Inland Northwest. Pacific Northwest Conservation Tillage Handbook Series No. 11, Chapter 10. Online at: http://pnwsteep.wsu.edu/.

Mallory, E., T. Fiez, R. Veseth, D. Roe and D. Wysocki. 1999. Direct seeding in the Inland Northwest: John Rea farm case study. Pacific Northwest Extension Publication PNW 514. publication

Schillinger, W.F., Donald Wellsandt, Doug Wellsandt, R.J. Cook, R. Papendick, and H. Schafer. 1999. Increased cropping intensity for dryland with no-till barley. Pacific Northwest Conservation Tillage Handbook Series No. 24, Chapter 2. Online at: http://pnwsteep.wsu.edu/.

Schillinger, W.F., F. Young, H. Schafer, and L. McGrew. 1999. Soil water use and growth of Russian thistle after wheat harvest. Pacific Northwest Conservation Tillage Handbook Series No. 17, Chapter 5. Online at: http://pnwsteep.wsu.edu/.

Veseth, R.J. 1999. PNW direct seeding status – and what’s driving it. Pacific Northwest Conservation Tillage Handbook Series No. 25, Chapter 2. Online at: http://pnwsteep.wsu.edu/.

Veseth, R.J. 1999. Northwest directory of technology resources for direct seed cropping systems - 2nd Edition. Pacific Northwest Conservation Tillage Handbook Series No. 10, Chapter 10. Online at: http://pnwsteep.wsu.edu/.

Veseth, R.J. December 1999. New PNW direct seed e-mail list server. Pacific Northwest Conservation Tillage Handbook Series No. 12, Chapter 10. Online at: http://pnwsteep.wsu.edu/.

Veseth, R.J. and R.S. Karow. 1999. Direct seeding or no-till – What’s the difference? Pacific Northwest Conservation Tillage Handbook Series No. 23, Chapter 2. Online at: http://pnwsteep.wsu.edu/.

Veseth, R., S. Wuest, R. Karow, S. Guy, and D. Wysocki. 1999. On-farm testing – A scientific approach to grower evaluation of new technologies. Pacific Northwest Conservation Tillage Handbook Series No. 9, Chapter 10. Online at: http://pnwsteep.wsu.edu/.


VI. Conference Proceedings

Chandler, D.G. and K.E. Saxton. 1999. Developments in measurement and models for suspension-dominated wind erosion. Proceedings of International Soil Conservation Organization. p. 688-692. In E.E. Stott, R.H. Mohtar, and G.C. Steinhardt (eds). Sustaining the Global Farm – Selected papers from the 10th International Soil Conservation Organization Meeting, 24-29 May, West Lafayette, IN. CD-ROM available from the USDA-ARS National Soil Erosion Laboratory, West Lafayette, IN.

Elberson, L., S. Clement, and F.L. Young. 1999. Insect pests and beneficials in small grains under conservation tillage in the semiarid wheat – fallow region of Washington state. p 77-80. In Research Reports 58th Annual Pacific Northwest Insect Management Conference, January, Portland, OR.

Fiez, T., and W. Schillinger. 1999. Row spacing effects of direct seeded spring wheat and barley in the low-rainfall cropping zone. p. 168-171. In R.J. Veseth (ed.) Proceedings of the Northwest Direct Seed Intensive Cropping Conference, 5-7 January, Spokane, WA.

Saxton, K.E., D. Chandler, and W.F. Schillinger. 1999. Wind erosion and air quality research in the Northwest U.S. Columbia Plateau: Organization and progress. p. 766-770. In E.E. Stott, R.H. Mohtar, and G.C. Steinhardt (eds). Sustaining the Global Farm – Selected papers from the 10th International Soil Conservation Organization Meeting, 24-29 May, West Lafayette, IN. CD-ROM available from the USDA-ARS National Soil Erosion Laboratory, West Lafayette, IN.

Schillinger, W., R. Jirava, B. Wetli, R.J. Cook, R. Papendick, R. Veseth, H. Schafer, R. Gillespie, A. Kennedy, J. Yenish, K. Saxton, and D. Wysocki. 1999. Alternative crop rotations using no-till in low-rainfall dryland areas. p. 69-72. In F. Lessiter (ed.) Proceedings of the 10th Annual National No-Tillage Conference, 21-23 Jan., St. Louis, MO.

Veseth, R.J. (ed.). 1999. Proceedings of Northwest Direct Seed Cropping Systems Conference and Trade Show, 5-7 Jan., Spokane, WA. Northwest Direct Seed Conference office, P.O. Box 2002, Pasco, WA.


VII. Published Abstracts

Chandler, D.G., K. Saxton, B. Lamb, and C. Claiborn. 1999. An empirical model of wind erosion and fugitive dust fluxes from agricultural lands on the Columbia Plateau. Pacific Northwest International Section of the Air and Waste Management Association annual conference, 3-5 Nov. Pasco WA.

Frazier, B.E., and R. Rupp. 1999. Use of AVHRR to distinguish soil covers in the inland Northwest. p. 1106. In From Image to Information, Proceedings ASPRS annual conference, America Society of Photogram and Remote Sensing, Bethesda, MD.

Mallory, E., T. Fiez, R. Veseth, D. Roe, and D. Wysocki. 1999. Using growers case studies to facilitate grower adoptions of no-till systems in the inland northwest. Soil Science Society of America annual meeting, 31 Oct. - 4 Nov., Salt Lake City, UT. ASA, CSSA, and SSSA Abstracts.

Schillinger, W.F. 1999. Farming without tillage: Possibilities for inland Pacific Northwest drylands. p. 28-29. Northwest Biosolids Management Association annual meeting, 12-14 Sept., Chelan, WA. Northwest Biosolids Management Conference Abstracts.

Schillinger, W.F., R.J. Cook, K.E. Saxton, R.I. Papendick, A.C. Kennedy, D.L. Young, and R.L. Gillespie. 1999. Direct seeding and intensive cropping research in typical wheat-fallow areas. p. 445. Western Society of Crop Science annual meeting, 28-30 June, Powell, WY. ASA, CSSA, and SSSA Abstracts.

Schillinger, W.F., and K.E. Saxton. 1999. Wind erosion control for low-organic, non-aggregated agricultural soils. p. 285. Soil Science Society of America annual meeting, 31 Oct. - 4 Nov., Salt Lake City, UT. ASA, CSSA, and SSSA Abstracts.

Schillinger, W.F. and C.W. Shelton. 1999. Water use and growth of dryland alternative crops in the inland Pacific Northwest. p. 61. American Society of Agronomy annual meeting, 31 Oct. - 4 Nov., Salt Lake City, UT. ASA, CSSA, and SSSA Abstracts.


VIII. Experiment Station Research and Extension Reports

Fiez, T., and W. Schillinger. 1999. Row spacing effects on no-till spring wheat and barley yields in the low-rainfall zone. p. 88-91. In 1999 Field Day Proceedings: Highlights of Research Progress. Technical Report 99-1, Department of Crop and Soil Sciences, Washington State University, Pullman, WA.

Janosky, J.S., D.L. Young, and W.F. Schillinger. 1999. Profitability analysis for 1995-1998 results of wheat-fallow cropping at Lind, Washington. p. 128-130. In 1999 Field Day Proceedings: Highlights of Research Progress. Technical Report 99-1, Department of Crop and Soil Sciences, Washington State University, Pullman, WA.

Janosky, J.S., D.L. Young and F.L. Young. 1999. Profitability analysis for Ralston spring cropping trials, 1996-1998. p. 134-137. In S. Dofing (ed.) 1999 Field Day Proceedings: Highlights of Research Progress. Technical Report 99-1, Department of Crop and Soil Sciences, Washington State University, Pullman, WA.

Schillinger, W., R. Cook, K. Saxton, R. Papendick, H. Schafer, D. Young, R. Gillespie, A. Kennedy, J. Yenish, T. Lumpkin, R. Veseth, J. Driessen, and B. Sauer. 1999. Long-term alternative cropping systems for the drylands. p. 134-137. In S. Dofing (ed.) 1999 Field Day Proceedings: Highlights of Research Progress. Technical Report 99-1, Department of Crop and Soil Sciences, Washington State University, Pullman, WA.

Schillinger, W., C. Shelton, and H. Schafer. 1999. Water use by alternative crops. p. 110-111. In 1999 Field Day Proceedings: Highlights of Research Progress. Technical Report 99-1, Department of Crop and Soil Sciences, Washington State University, Pullman, WA.

Veseth, R.J. June 1999. Northwest direct seed cropping systems conferences provide technology access. Published in both the 1999 Field Day Proceedings: Highlights of Research Progress. Technical Report 99-1, Department of Crop and Soil Sciences, Washington State University, Pullman, WA.; and the 1999 University of Idaho Department of Plant, Soil and Entomological Sciences 1999 Field Day Research and Extension Report, Moscow, ID.

Veseth, R., S. Guy, D. Cox, D. Thill, J. Hammel, T. Fiez, and J. Yenish. June 1999. Direct seed systems for grain legumes – pursuing improved erosion control, water storage, yields and profitability. Published in both the 1999 Field Day Proceedings: Highlights of Research Progress. Technical Report 99-1, Department of Crop and Soil Sciences, Washington State University, Pullman, WA.; and the 1999 University of Idaho Department of Plant, Soil and Entomological Sciences 1999 Field Day Research and Extension Report., Moscow, ID.

 
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