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    2014:

    Haygarth, P, H.P. Jarvie, S. Powers, A.N. Sharpley, J. Elser, J. Shen, H. Peterson, N. Chan, Neng, N. Howden, T. Burt, F. Worrall, F. Zhang, X. Liu. 2014.  Sustainable phosphorus management and the need for a long-term perspective:  The legacy hypothesis.  Environmental Science and Technology  48:8417−8419. 

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    Jarvie, H.P., A.N. Sharpley, J.V. Brahana, T. Simmons, A. Price, C. Neal, A. Lawlor, D. Sleep, S. Thacker, and B.E. Haggard.  2014.  Phosphorus retention and remobilization along hydrological pathways in karst terrain.  Environmental Science and Technology  48:4860−4868.

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    Al-Qinna, M., H.D. Scott, K.R. Brye, J.V. Brahana, T.J. Sauer, and A.N. Sharpley. 2014. Coarse fragments affect soil properties in a mantled-karst landscape of the Ozark Highlands. Soil Sci. 179:42-50.

     

    2013:

    Haggard, B.E., J.T. Scott, and S.D. Longing.  2013.  Sestonic chlorophyll-a shows hierarchical structure and thresholds with nutrients across the Red River Basin, USA. Journal of Environmental Quality 42:437–445.

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    Jarvie, H.P., A.N. Sharpley, J.T. Scott, B.E. Haggard, M. Bowes, and L. Massey. 2013. Within-River phosphorus retention: Accounting for a missing piece in the watershed phosphorus puzzle.  Environmental Science and Technology  46:13284–13292.

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    Jarvie, H.P., A.N. Sharpley, P. Withers, J. Scott, B.E. Haggard, and C. Neal.  2013.  Phosphorus mitigation to control river eutrophication: Murky waters, inconvenient truths and ‘post-normal’ science.  Journal of Environmental Quality 42:295–304. 

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    Reba, M.L., M. Daniels, Y. Chen, A.N. Sharpley, J. Bouldin, T.G. Teague, P. Daniel, and C.G. Henry.  2013.  A statewide network for monitoring agricultural water quality and water quantity in Arkansas.  Journal of Soil and Water Conservation  68:45A- 49A. 

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    Caldwell, J.D., K.P. Coffey, J.A. Jennings, D. Philipp, A.N. Young, J.D. Tucker, D.S. Hubbell, III, T. Hess, M.L. Looper, C.P. West, M.C. Savin, M.P. Popp, D.L. Kreider, D.M. Hallford, and C.F. Rosenkrans, Jr. 2013. Performance by spring and fall-calving cows grazing with full access, limited access, or no access to Neotyphodium coenophialum-infected fescue. Journal of Animal Science 91:465-476.

     

    2012:

    Drake, W.M., J.T. Scott, M. Evans-White, B. Haggard, A. Sharpley, C.W. Rogers, E.M. Grantz.  2012.  The effect of periphyton stoichiometry and light on biological phosphorus immobilization and release in streams.  Limnology 13:97-106.

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    Sharpley, A.N., P. Richards, S. Herron, and D. Baker.  2012.  Comparison between litigated and voluntary nutrient management strategies.  Journal of Soil and Water Conservation  67:442-450. 

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    Sharpley, A.N., C. Beegle, C. Bolster, L.W. Good, B. Joern, Q. Ketterings, J. Lory, R. Mikkelsen, D. Osmond, and P.A. Vadas. 2012. Phosphorus indices: Why we need to take stock of how we are doing. Journal of Environmental Quality 41:1711-1718. 

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    Asfahl, K.L., and M.C. Savin. 2012. Destruction of Escherichia coli and broad-host-range plasmid DNA in treated wastewater by dissolved ozone disinfection under laboratory and field conditions. Advances in Microbiology 2:1-7.

     

    2011:


    Jarvie, H.P., C. Neal, P.J.A. Withers, D.B. Baker, P.R. Richards, and A.N. Sharpley. 2011.Quantifying phosphorus retention and release in rivers and watersheds using Extended Endmember Mixing Analysis (E-EMMA).  Journal of Environmental Quality 40:492-504.

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    Kleinman, P. J.A., A.N. Sharpley, A.R.Buda, R.W. McDowell, and A.L. Allen. 2011. Soil controls of phosphorus in runoff: Management barriers and opportunities.  Canadian Journal of Soil Science  91:329-338. 

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    Reckhow, K.H., A.N. Sharpley, et al. 2011. Achieving nutrient and sediment reduction goals in the Chesapeake Bay: An evaluation of program strategies and implementation. The National Academies Press, Washington, DC.  258 pages.

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    Scott, J.T., B.E. Haggard, A.N. Sharpley, and J.J. Romeis. 2011. Change point analysis of phosphorus trends in the Illinois River (Oklahoma) demonstrates the effects of watershed management.  Journal of Environmental Quality  40:1249-1256. 

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    Sharpley, A.N., P.J.A.Kleinman, D.N. Flaten, and A.R. Buda. 2011. Critical source area management of agricultural phosphorus: experiences, challenges and opportunities.  Water Science and Technology  64:945-952. 

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    Hufhines, B.W., K.R. Brye, B.E. Haggard, and R. Morgan. 2011. Net nutrient uptake in the White River, northwest Arkansas, downstream of a municipal wastewater treatment plant. J. Environ. Protect. 2:255-270.

    Brye, K.R., and E.E. Gbur. 2011. Near-surface soil property changes over time as affected by grassland management in the Ozark Highlands. Soil Sci. 176:129-135.

    Lepore, B.J., J.M. Norman, B. Lowery, and K.R. Brye. 2011. Soil compaction above long-term lysimeter installations. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. 75:30-34.

    Brion, G.L., K.R. Brye, B.E. Haggard, C.P. West, and J.V. Brahana. 2011. Land-use effects on water quality of a first-order stream in the Ozark Highlands. River Res. Appl. 27:772–790.

     

    2010:

    Haggard, B.E.  2010.  Phosphorus concentrations, loads, and sources within the Illinois River drainage area, Northwest Arkansas, 1997–2008.   Journal of Environmental Quality  39:2113–2120.

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    Dale, V.H., and A.N. Sharpley, et al. 2010. Hypoxia in the Northern Gulf of Mexico.  Springer Series on Environmental Management.  Springer Science, New York, NY.  284 pages.  

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    Menjoulet, B.C., K.R. Brye, A.L. Pirani, B.E. Haggard, and E.E. Gbur. 2009. Runoff water quality from broiler-litter-amended tall fescue in response to natural precipitation in the Ozark Highlands. J. Environ. Qual. 38:1005-1017.

    Akiyama, T., and M.C. Savin. 2010. Populations of antibiotic-resistant coliform bacteria change rapidly in a wastewater effluent dominated stream. Science of the Total Environment 408:6192-6201.

     

    2009:

    Dou, Z. C.R. Chen, C.F. Ramberg, J.D. Toth, Y. Wang, A.N. Sharpley, S.E. Boyd, D. Williams, and Z.H. Xu. 2009. Phosphorus speciation and sorption-desorption characteristics in heavily manured soils.  Soil Science Society of America Journal  73:93-101. 

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    Kleinman, P.J.A., A.N. Sharpley, L.S.Saporito, A.R. Buda, and R.B. Bryant. 2009.  Application of manure to no-till soils: phosphorus losses by sub-surface and surface pathways.  Nutrient Cycling in Agroecosystems  83:215-228.

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    McDowell, R.W., and A.N. Sharpley. 2009. Atmospheric deposition contributes little nutrient and sediment to stream flow from an agricultural watershed.  Agriculture Ecosystems and Environment  134:19-23. 

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    Sharpley, A.N., P.J.A. Kleinman, P. Jordan, L. Bergström, and A.L. Allen. 2009.  Evaluating the success of phosphorus management from field to watershed.  Journal of Environmental Quality 38:1981-1988. 

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    Menjoulet, B.C., K.R. Brye, A.L. Pirani, B.E. Haggard, and E.E. Gbur. 2009. Runoff water quality from broiler-litter-amended tall fescue in response to natural precipitation in the Ozark Highlands. J. Environ. Qual. 38:1005-1017.

     

    2008:

    McDowell, R.W., A.N. Sharpley, and W. Bourke. 2008. Treatment of drainage water with industrial by-products to prevent phosphorus loss from tile-drained land.  Journal of Environmental Quality  37:1575-1582. 

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    Sharpley, A.N., P.J.A.Kleinman, A.L. Heathwaite, W.L. Gburek, J.L. Weld, and G.L. Folmar. 2008. Integrating contributing areas and indexing phosphorus loss from agricultural watersheds.  Journal of Environmental Quality 37:1488-1496. 

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    Vadas, P.A., L.B. Owens, and A.N. Sharpley. 2008.An empirical model for dissolved phosphorus in runoff from surface applied fertilizers.  Agriculture Ecosystems and Environment  127:59-65. 

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    Veith, T.L., A.N. Sharpley, J.G. Arnold. 2008. Modeling a small, northeastern watershed with detailed, field-level data.  Transactions of the American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers 51:471-483. 

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    Withers, P.J.A., and A.N. Sharpley. 2008.  Characterization and apportionment of nutrient and sediment sources in catchments.  Journal of Hydrology  350:127-130. 

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    Harper, T.W., K.R. Brye, T.C. Daniel, N.A. Slaton, and B.E. Haggard. 2008. Land use effects on runoff and water quality on an eastern Arkansas soil under simulated rainfall. J. Sustain. Agric. 32:231-253.

     

    2007:

    Haggard, B.E., D.G. Smith, and K.R. Brye.  2007.  Variations in stream water and sediment phosphorus among select Ozark catchments.  Journal of Environmental Quality  36:1725-1734.

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    Kleinman, P.J.A., A. Allen, B. Needelman, A.N. Sharpley, P.A. Vadas, L. Saporito, G. Folmar, and R..B. Bryant.  2007.  Dynamics of phosphorus transfers from heavily manured coastal plain soils to drainage ditches. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation  62:225-235.

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    Sharpley, A.N., S. Herron, and T.C. Daniel.  2007.  Overcoming the challenges of phosphorus-based nutrient management in poultry farming.  Journal of Soil and Water Conservation    62:375-389.

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    Vadas, P.A., W.J. Gburek, A.N. Sharpley, P.J.A. Kleinman, P.A. Moore, Jr., M.L. Cabrera, and R.D. Harmel.  2007.  A model for phosphorus transformation and runoff loss for surface-applied manures. Journal of Environmental Quality  36:324-332.

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    Pirani, A.L. K.R. Brye, B.E. Haggard, T.C. Daniel, and J.D. Mattice. 2007. Broiler litter rate effects on nutrient leaching from soil under pasture vegetation in the Ozark Highlands. Soil Sci. 172:1001-1018.

    Sen, S., B.E. Haggard, I. Chaubey, K.R. Brye, T.A. Costello, and M.D. Matlock. 2007. Sediment phosphorus release at Beaver Reservoir, Northwest Arkansas, 2002-3. Water Air Soil Poll. 179: 67-77.

     

    2006:

    Haggard, B.E., and T Soerens. 2006.   Sediment phosphorus release at a small impoundment on the Illinois River, Arkansas and Oklahoma, USA.  Ecological Engineering 28:280-287.

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    Kleinman, P.J.A., M.S. Srinivasan, C.J. Dell, J.P. Schmidt, A.N. Sharpley, and R.B. Bryant.  2006.  Role of rainfall intensity and hydrology in nutrient transport via surface runoff.  Journal of Environmental Quality 35:1248-1259.

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    2005:

    Kleinman, P.J.A., P. Salon, A.N. Sharpley, and L.S. Saporito. 2005.  Effect of cover crops established at time of corn planting on phosphorus runoff from soils before and after dairy manure application.  Journal of Soil and Water Conservation  60:311-322.

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    Kleinman, P.J.A., A.M. Wolf, A.N. Sharpley, D.B. Beegle, and L.S. Saporito. 2005. Survey of water extractable phosphorus in livestock manures.  Soil Science Society of America Journal  69:701-708. 

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    Sims, J.T., and A.N. Sharpley. 2005. Editors.  Phosphorus; Agriculture and the Environment.  American Society of Agronomy Monograph. American Society of Agronomy, Madison, WI.  1121 pages.  

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    Vadas, P.A., P.J.A. Kleinman, and A.N. Sharpley. 2005. Relating soil phosphorus to dissolved phosphorus in runoff: A single extraction coefficient for water quality modeling.  Journal of Environmental Quality  34:572-580. 

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    Wolf, A.M., P.J.A. Kleinman, A.N. Sharpley, and D.B. Beegle. 2005. Development of a water extractable phosphorus test for manure:  An inter-laboratory study.  Soil Science Society of America Journal 69:695-700. 

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    Brye, K.R. 2005. Lysimeters. In: J.H. Lehr and J. Keeley (eds.) Water Encyclopedia: Groundwater. Wiley & Sons, Inc. 846 pages.

     

    2004:

    Sharpley, A.N., R.W.McDowell, and P.J.A. Kleinman. 2004. Amounts, forms and solubility of phosphorus in soils receiving manure.  Soil Science Society of America Journal  68:2048-2057. 

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    Vadas, P.A., P.J.A. Kleinman, and A.N. Sharpley. 2004. A simple method to predict dissolved phosphorus in runoff from surface-applied manures.  Journal of Environmental Quality 33:749-756. 

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    Slaton, N.A., K.R. Brye, M.B. Daniels, T.C. Daniel, R.J. Norman, and D.M. Miller. 2004. Balance between nutrient inputs and removals for nine geographic regions in Arkansas. J. Environ. Qual. 33:1606-1615.

    Brye, K.R., N.A. Slaton, R.J. Norman, and M.C. Savin. 2004. Short-term effects of poultry litter form and rate on soil bulk density and water content. Communications in Soil Science and Plant Analysis 35:2311-2325.

     

    2003:

    Brye, K.R. 2003. Long-term effects of cultivation on particle size and water-retention characteristics determined using wetting curves. Soil Sci. 168:459-468.

    Haggard, B.E., P.A. Moore, Jr., I. Chaubey,and E.H. Stanley.  2003.  nitrogen and phosphorus concentrations and export from an Ozark Plateau catchment in the United States.  Biosystems Engineering 86:75-85.

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    1999:

    Brye, K.R., J.M. Norman, L.G. Bundy, and S.T. Gower. 1999. An equilibrium tension lysimeter for measuring drainage through soil. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. 63:536-542.