Oklahoma Water Resources Center

Journal Publications by Topic

NEWEST PUBLICATIONS

return to top

WATER QUALITY

  • Land Use Practices
  • Erosion Control
  • Stormwater Management Practices
    • 2017
    • Youngblood, S.; Vogel, J.; Brown, G.; Storm, D.; McLemore, A.; Kandel, S. Field Studies of Microbial Removal from Stormwater by Bioretention Cells with Fly-Ash Amendment. Water 2017, 9, 526.
    • 2016
    • Penn, C.J., J. Bowen, J.M. McGrath, G. Fox, G. Brown, and R. Nairn, 2016. Evaluation of a universal flow-through model for predicting and designing phosphorus removal structures. Chemosphere, 151: 345-355.
    • Vogel, Jason R.; Moore, Trisha L. 2016. Urban Stormwater Characterization, Control, and Treatment. Water Environment Research, 2016 Literature Review, pp. 1918-1950(33).
    • 2015
    • Chavez, R.A., G. O. Brown, R.R. Coffman, and D.E. Storm, 2015. Design, construction and lessons learned from Oklahoma bioretention cell demonstration project, Applied Eng. in Ag. 31(1): 1-9.
    • Coffman, R.R., D. Graves, J.R. Vogel, and G. O. Brown, 2015. Vegetation in dryland biorentention systems, Landscape Res. Record, No. 3.
    • Vogel, Jason R.; Moore, Trisha L.; Coffman, Reid R.; Rodie, Steven N.; Hutchinson, Stacy L.; McDonough, Kelsey R.; McLemore, Alex J.; McMaine, John T. 2015. Critical Review of Technical Questions Facing Low Impact Development and Green Infrastructure: A Perspective from the Great Plains. Water Environment Research 87:9. pp. 849-862.
    • 2014
    • Abit, S.M., C. H. Bolster, K.B. Cantrell, J.Q. Flores and S. L. Walker. 2014. Transport of Escherichia coli, Salmonella typhimurium, and Microspheres in Biochar-Amended Soils with Different Textures. J. Environ. Qual. 43:371–378.
    • Bell, G. Z. Wang, C.J. Penn, and J Q. Moss.  2014.  Nutrient reduction in turfgrass runoff using a steel slag trench filter system.  Crop Sci. In Print.
    • Liang, Y. J. Payne, C. Penn, G. Tabler, S. Watkins, K. VanDevender, and J. Purswell. 2014.  Systematic evaluation of in-house broiler litter windrowing effects on production benefits and environmental impact. J. App. Poult. Res.  In Review.
    • Lu, Yufang, Yinru Zhou, Satoshi Nakai, Masaaki Hosomi, Hailin Zhang, H.J. Kronzucker, Weiming Shi. 2014. Stimulation of nitrogen removal in the rhizosphere of aquatic duckweed by root exudate components. Planta 239:591-603.
    • Lyngsie, G., C.J. Penn, H.C.B. Hansen, and O.K. Borggaard. 2014. Phosphate sorption by three potential filter materials as assessed by isothermal titration calorimetry.  J. Environ. Man. In Print.
    • Lyngsie, G., C.J. Penn, H.L. Pedersen, O.K. Borggaard, and H.C.B. Hansen. 2014. Modelling of phosphate retention by two promising drainage filter materials: calcium based Filtralite P and an iron rich CFH under flow-through conditions.  J. Environ. Man.  In Print.
    • Payne, J., R. Farris, G. Parker, J. Bonhotal and M. Schwarz, 2014. Quantification of sodium pentobarbital residues from equine mortality compost piles. J. Anim. Sci.
    • Penn, C.J., McGrath, J.M., J. Bowen, and S. Wilson.  2014.  Phosphorus removal structures: a management option for legacy phosphorus. J. Soil. Wat. Cons.  69:51A-56A.
    • Penn, C.J., J. Vitale, S.T. Fine, J.B. Godsey and J. Payne, 2014. Fertilization of sweet sorghum grown as biofuel feedstock using commercial fertilizer and poultry litter: yield, soil quality, economics, and litter transport. J. Agron.
    • Penn, C.J., J. Vitale, S. Fine, C. Godsey, and J. Payne. 2014. Sweet sorghum as biofuel feedstock using commercial fertilizer and poultry litter: yield, soil quality, economics, and litter transport. Agron. J.
    • Sibrell, P.L., C.J. Penn, and R.S. Hedin. 2014. Reducing soluble phosphorus in dairy effluents through application of mine drainage residuals. Comm. Soil Sci. Pla. Anal.
    • Wang, Z., G.E. Bell, C.J. Penn, J Q. Moss, and M.E. Payton. 2014. Phosphorus reduction in turfgrass runoff using a steel slag trench filter system. Crop Sci.
    • White, M.J., D.E. Storm, M.D. Smolen, P.R. Busteed, H. Zhang, and G.A. Fox. 2014. Validation of a quantitative phosphorus loss assessment tool. Journal of Environmental Quality 43:224–234, doi:10.2134/jeq2011.0434.
    • 2013 and prior
    • Abit, S.M., M. J. Vepraskas, O. Duckworth and A. Amoozegar. 2013. Dissolution of phosphorus into pore-water flowing through an organic soil. Geoderma.dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.geoderma.2012.12.012
    • Abit, S.M., C. H. Bolster, P. Cai and S. L. Walker. 2012. Influence of feedstock and pyrolysis temperature of biochar amendments on transport of Escherichia coli in saturated and unsaturated soil. Environ. Sci. Technol. 46: 8097−8105
    • Abit, S.M., A. Amoozegar, M. J. Vepraskas and C. P. Niewoehner (2012) Soil and hydrologic effects on fate and horizontal transport in the capillary fringe of surface applied nitrate. Geoderma.  189–190: 343-350
      Bolster, C.H and S.M. Abit. (2012) Biochar pyrolyzed at two temperature affects E. coli transport through a sandy soil. Journal of Environ. Qual. doi:10.2134/jeq2011.0207.
    • Bell, G.E., J Q. Moss, and K. Koh. 2013. Nitrogen and phosphorus in natural rainfall runoff from a bermudagrass golf course fairway over a 5-year period. 2013. Int. Turf. Soc. Res. J. Vol. 12:15-22.
    • Chavez, R. A., G. O. Brown, D. E. Storm. 2013. Impact of Variable Hydraulic Conductivity on Bioretention Cell Performance and Implications for Construction Standards, J. of Hydraulic Engineering, 139(7): 707-715.
    • Christianson, R. D., G. O. Brown, B. J. Barfield, and J. C. Hayes. 2012. Development of a bioretention cell model and evaluation of input specificity on model accuracy. Transactions of the ASABE.  55(5) 1213-1221.
    • Christianson, R. D., G. O. Brown, R. A. Chavez and D. E. Storm.  2012.  Modeling Field-Scale Bioretention Cells with Heterogeneous Infiltration Media. Transactions of the ASABE.  55(4) 1193-1201.
    • Dipesh, K.C., R.E. Will, R.E., T.C. Hennessey, and C.J. Penn.  2012. Evaluation of short-rotation woody crops to stabilize a decommissioned swine lagoon.   (pp 159-164). In Butnor, John R., ed. 2012. Proceedings of the 16th biennial southern silvicultural research conference. e-Gen. Tech. Rep. SRS-156. Asheville, NC: U.S. Department of Agriculture Forest Service, Southern Research Station. 393 p.
    • Fine, K.E., J.C. Cole, and C.J. Penn. 2013. Nitrogen mineralization from canola meal or cottonseed meal with or without soapstock. HortScience. 48:891-896.
    • Grubb, K.L., J.M. McGrath, C.J. Penn, and R.B. Bryant. 2012. Effect of land application of phosphorus saturated gypsum on soil phosphorus. Applied and Environmental Soil Science. vol. 2012, Article ID 506951, 7 pages, 2012. doi:10.1155/2012/506951
    • Lu, Jingrang, Hodon Ryu, J.R. Vogel, J.W. Santo Domingo, and Nicholas Ashbolt. 2013. Molecular Detection of Campylobacter and Fecal Indicators during the Northern Migration of Sandhill Cranes (Grus canadensis) at the Central Platte River. Applied and Environmental Microbiology, 79(12):3762-9.
    • McGrath, J.M., C.J. Penn, and F.J. Coale. 2012. A modeling approach to the design of in situ agricultural drainage filters. Soil Use and Management. doi: 10.1111/j.1475-2743.2011.00381.x
    • Peek, G.G., C.J. Penn, and J. Atiles. 2013. New best management for phosphorus in the water. Journal of Extension.  Vol 51: http://www.joe.org/joe/2013february/tt9.php
    • Penn, C.J., J.M. McGrath, E. Rounds, G.A. Fox, and D. Heeren.  2012.  Trapping phosphorus in runoff with a phosphorus removal structure.  J. Environ. Qual. 41:672-679.
    • Penn, C.J., R. Will, L. Fultz, and D. Hamilton. 2013. Forage and tree seedling growth in a soil with an encased swine sludge layer.  J. Environ. Man. 128:586-593.
    • Stoner, D., C.J. Penn, J.M. McGrath, and J.G. Warren.  2012.  Phosphorus removal with by-products in a flow-through setting.  J. Environ. Qual.  41:654-663.
    • Sun, Haijun, H. Zhang, J. Wu, P. Jiang, W. Shi. 2013. Laboratory Lysimeter Analysis of NH3 and N2O Emissions and Leaching Losses of Nitrogen in a Rice-Wheat Rotation System Irrigated With Nitrogen-Rich Wastewater. Soil Sci. 178:316-323.
    • Sun, H., H. Zhang, Z. Yu, J. Wu, P. Jiang, X. Yuan, W. Shi. 2013. Combination system of full-scale constructed wetlands and wetland paddy fields to remove nitrogen and phosphorus from rural unregulated non-point sources. Environ. Geochem. Health 36:801-809.
  • Animal Waste and Nutrient (N, P) Management
  • Storage, Handling, and Disposal of Hazardous Materials
    • Graves, G.M., J.R. Vogel, J.B. Belden, E.J. Rebek, A.M. Simpson. 2014. Investigation of insecticide leaching from potted nursery stock and aquatic health benefits of bioretention cells receiving nursery runoff. Environmental Science and Pollution, 21:8801–8811.

return to top

WATER CONSERVATION

  • Cropping Systems
    • Tong, B., Boyer, T. A., and L.D. Sanders, Forthcoming 2017. Externalities, Profit, and Land Stewardship: Conflicting Motives for Soil  and Water Conservation Adoption among Absentee Landowners and On-farm Producers. Journal of Agricultural and Applied Economics.
    • Krueger, E.S., T.E. Ochsner, M. Kantar, C. Sheaffer, and P.M. Porter. 2010. Growth stage at harvest of a winter rye cover crop influences soil moisture and nitrogen. Crop Management doi:10.1094/CM-2010-1014-01-RS.
    • Krueger, E.S., T.E. Ochsner, P.M. Porter, and J.M. Baker. 2011. Winter rye cover crop management influences on soil water, soil nitrate, and corn development. Agron. J. 103:316-323.
  • Water Use/Re-use Technology in Agriculture
    • Moss, J.Q., J.E. Haase, J.R. Vogel, T.A. Boyer, D.L. Martin, and . 2013. Simple lawn irrigation measurement training for Master Gardeners and homeowners. Journal of Extension 51(3) Article 3RIB7.
    • Taghvaeian S., Chávez JL, Hattendorf MJ, Crookston MA. 2013. Optical and thermal remote sensing of Turfgrass quality, water stress, and water use under different soil and irrigation treatments. Remote Sensing, 5(5): 2327-2347.
  • Landscaping Practices
    • Maggard, A.M., Will, R.E., Hennessey, T.C., McKinley, C.R., and Cole, J.C. 2012. Tree-based mulches influence soil properties and plant growth.  HortTechnology 22:353-361.
    • Shrestha, A. and J.C. Cole.  2013.  Shade intensity influences water use and growth of three viburnum species.  J. Environ. Hort. 31:259-266.

return to top

WEATHER & CLIMATE

return to top

ECOSYSTEMS

return to top

WATER ISSUES IN INDUSTRY

return to top

ECONOMICS & POLICY

return to top

Extension & Education

return to top

Document Actions