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1. Al-Darby, A.M., and B. Lowery. 1986. Evaluation of corn (Zea mays L.) growth with three conservation tillage systems. Agron. J. 78:901-907.

2. Al-Darby, A.M., and B. Lowery. 1987. Seed zone soil temperature and early corn growth with three conservation tillage systems. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. 51:768-774.

3. Al-Darby, A.M., B. Lowery, and T.C. Daniel. 1987. Corn leaf water potential and water use efficiency under three conservation tillage systems. Soil Tillage Res. 9:241-254.

4. Andraski, B.J., T.C. Daniel, B. Lowery, and D.H. Mueller. 1985. Runoff results from natural and simulated rainfall for four tillage systems. Trans. ASAE. 28:1219-1225.

5. Andraski, B.J., T.C. Daniel, and D.H. Mueller. 1985. Phosphorus loss in runoff as affected by tillage. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. 49:1523-1527.

6. Andraski, B.J., D.H. Mueller, and T.C. Daniel. 1985. Effect of tillage and rainfall simulation date on water and soil loss. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. 49:1512-1517.

7. Andraski, T.W., L.G. Bundy, and K.R. Brye. 2000. Crop management and corn nitrogen rate effects on nitrate leaching. J. Environ. Qual. 29:1095-1103.

8. Andraski, T.W., and L.G. Bundy. 2002. Using the presidedress soil nitrate test and organic nitrogen crediting to improve corn nitrogen recommendations. Agron. J. 94:1411-1418.

9. Andraski, T.W., and L.G. Bundy. 2003. Relationships between phosphorus levels in soil and in runoff from corn production systems. J. Environ. Qual. 32:310-316.

10. Andraski, T.W., L.G. Bundy, and K.C. Kilian. 2003. Manure history and long-term tillage effects on soil properties and phosphorus losses in runoff. J. Environ. Qual. 32:1782-1789.

11. Andraski, T.W., and L.G. Bundy. 2005. Cover crop effects on corn yield response to nitrogen on an irrigated sandy soil. Agron. J. 97:1239-1244.

12. Azooz, R.H., B. Lowery, and T.C. Daniel. 1995. Tillage and residue management influence on corn growth. Soil Tillage Res. 33:215-227.

13. Azooz, R.H., B. Lowery, T.C. Daniel, and M.A. Arshad. 1997. Impact of tillage and residue management on soil heat flux. Agric. Forest Meteorol. 84:207-222.

14. Brye, K.R., T.W. Andraski, W.M. Jarrell, L.G. Bundy, and J.M. Norman. 2002. Phosphorus leaching from a restored tallgrass prairie and corn agroecosystems. J. Environ. Qual. 31 :769-781.

15. Buhler, D.D., and T.C. Daniel. 1988. Influence of tillage systems on giant foxtail (Sertia faberi) and velvetleaf (Abutilon theophrasti) density and control in corn (Zea mays). Weed Sci. 36:642-647.

16. Bundy, L.G., and T.W. Andraski. 1999. Site-specific factors affecting corn response to starter fertilizer. J. Prod. Agric. 12:664-670.

17. Bundy, L.G., T.W. Andraski, J.M. Powell. 2001. Management practice effects on phosphorus losses in runoff in corn production systems. J. Environ. Qual. 30:1822-1828.

18. Bundy, L.G., and S.J. Sturgul. 2001. A phosphorus budget for Wisconsin cropland. J. Soil Water Conserv. 56:243-249.

19. Bundy, L.G., and T.W. Andraski. 2004. Diagnostic tests for site-specific nitrogen recommendations for winter wheat. Agron. J. (96:608-614).

20. Bundy, L.G., and T.W. Andraski. 2005. Recovery of fertilizer nitrogen in crop residues and cover crops on an irrigated sandy soil. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. 69:640-648.

21. Bundy, L.G., H. Tunney, and A.D. Halvorson. 2005. Agronomic aspects of phosphorus management. p. 685-727. In J.T. Sims and A.N. Sharpley, (ed.) Phosphorus, agriculture and the environment. ASA/CSSA/SSSA, Madison, WI.

22. Datiri, B.C., and B. Lowery. 1991. Tillage effects on rain generated wetting front migration through a griswold silt loam soil. Soil Tillage Res. 21:243-256.

23. Datiri, B.C., and B. Lowery. 1991. Effects of conservation tillage on hydraulic properties of a Griswold silt loam soil. Soil Tillage Res. 21:257-271.

24. Dick, W.A., and T.C. Daniel. 1987. Environmental implications of tillage on soil chemical and biological properties. p. 125-148. In T.J. Logan et al. (ed.) Effects of conservation tillage on groundwater quality nitrates and pesticides. Lewis Publ. Inc., Chelsea, MI.

25. Ebeling, A.M., L.G. Bundy, J.M. Powell, and T.W. Andraski. 2002. Dairy diet phosphorus effects on phosphorus losses in runoff from land-applied manure. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. 66:284-291.

26. Ebeling, A.M., L.R. Cooperband, and L.G. Bundy. 2003. Phosphorus availability to wheat from manures, biosolids, and an inorganic fertilizer. Commun. Soil Sci. Plant Anal. 34:1347-1365.

27. Ebeling, A.M., L.R. Cooperband, and L.G. Bundy. 2003. Phosphorus source effects on soil test phosphorus and forms of phosphorus in soil. Commun. Soil Sci. Plant Anal. 34:1897-1917.

28. Ebeling, A.M., L.G. Bundy, A.W. Kittell, and D.D. Ebeling. 200_. Evaluating the Bray P1 test on high pH, calcareous soils. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. (submitted 10/6/06).

29. Fermanich, K.J., and T.C. Daniel. 1990. Pesticide mobility and persistence in microlysimeter soil columns from a tilled and notilled plot. J. Environ. Qual. 20:195-202.

30. Fermanich, K.J., T.C. Daniel, and B. Lowery. 1990. Microlysimeter soil columns for evaluating pesticide movement through the root zone. J. Environ. Qual. 20:189-195.

31. Fermanich, K.J., W.L. Bland, B. Lowery, and K. McSweeney. 1996. Irrigation and tillage effects on atrazine and atrazine metabolite flux below the root zone of a sandy soil. J. Environ. Qual. 25:1291-1299.

32. Gallagher, A.V., N. C. Wollenhaupt, and A. H. 1996. Vegetation management and interrill erosion in no-till corn following alfalfa. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. 60:1217-1222.

33. Gebhardt, M.R., T.C. Daniel, and E.E. Allmaras. 1985. Conservation tillage. Science 230:625-629.

34. Griffith, D.D., and N.C. Wollenhaupt. 1994. Crop residue management strategies for the Midwest. p. 15-35. In J.L. Hatfield and B.A. Stewart (ed) Crop residue management. Advances in Soil Science.

35. Grunwald, S., P. Barak, K. McSweeney, and B. Lowery. 2000. Soil landscape models at different scales portrayed in Virtual Reality Modeling Language (VRML). Soil Science. 165:598-615.

36. Grunwald S., B. Lowery, D.J. Rooney, and K. McSweeney. 2001. Profile cone penetrometer data used to distinguish between soil materials. Soil & Tillage Res. 62:27-40.

37. Grunwald S., K. McSweeney, D.J. Rooney, and B. Lowery. 2001. Soil layer model created with profile cone penetrometer data. Geoderma. 103:181-201.

38. Grunwald S., D.J. Rooney, K. McSweeney, and B. Lowery. 2001. Development of pedotransfer functions for a profile cone penetrometer. Geoderma. 100:25-47.

39. Hanson, J.E., D.E. Stoltenberg, B. Lowery, and L.K. Binning. 1997. Influence of application rate on atrazine fate in a silt loam soil. J. Environ. Qual. 26:829-835.

40. Hart, G.L., B. Lowery, K.J. Fermanich, and K. McSweeney. 1994. In-situ characterization of hydrologic properties of Sparta sand: relation to solute movement. Geoderma 64:41-55.

41. Hart, G.L., and B. Lowery. 1997. Partitioned flow domains of three Wisconsin soils. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. 60:1686-1696.

42. Hart, G.L., and B. Lowery. 1997. Analysis of the axial-radial influence of porous cup soil solution samplers in a sandy soil. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. 61:1765-1773.

43. Hart, G.L., and G. Lowery. 1998. Measuring instantaneous solute flux and loading with time domain reflectometry. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. 62:23-35.

44. Hatfield, J.L., R.R. Allmaras, G.W. Rehm, and, B. Lowery. 1998. Ridge tillage for corn and soybean production: environmental quality impacts. Soil Tillage Res. 48:145-154.

45. Hilfiker, R.E., and B. Lowery. 1988. Effect of conservation tillage systems on corn root growth. Soil Tillage Res. 12:269-283.

46. Johnson, M.D., B. Lowery, and T.C. Daniel. 1984. Soil moisture regimes of three conservation tillage systems Trans. ASAE 27:1385-1395.

47. Johnson, M.D., and B. Lowery. 1985. Effect of conservation tillage practices on soil temperature and thermal properties. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. 49:1547-1552.

48. Karlen, D.L., N. C. Wollenhaupt, D. C. Erbach, E. C. Berry, J. B. Swan, N. S. Eash, and J. L. Jordahl. 1994. Crop residue effects on soil quality following 10-years of no-till corn. Soil Tillage Res. 31:149-167.

49. Karlen, D.L., N. C. Wollenhaupt, D. C. Erbach, E. C. Berry, J. B. Swan, N. S. Eash, and J. L. Jordahl. 1994. Long-term tillage effects on soil quality. Soil Tillage Res. 32:313-327.

50. Lowery, B., T.M. Lillesand, D.H. Mueller, P. Weiler, F.L. Scarpace, and T.C. Daniel. 1984. Determination of crop residue cover using microdensitometry. J. Soil Water Conserv. 39:402-403.

51. Lowery, B., R.C. Hartwig, D.E. Stoltenberg, K.J. Fermanich, and, K. McSweeney. 1998. Groundwater quality and crop-yield responses to tillage management on a Sparta sand. Soil Tillage Res. 48:225-237.

52. Motschall, R.M., and T.C. Daniel. 1982. A soil sampling method to identify critical manure management areas. Trans. ASAE 25:1641-1645.

53. Motschall, R.M., G.D. Bubenzer, and T.C. Daniel. 1984. Regression equations for predicting available phosphorus and potassium in soil receiving barnyard discharges. Trans. ASAE 27:747-750.

54. Motschall, R.M., T.C. Daniel, and G.D. Bubenzer. 1984. Soil sampling method to rank critical barnyards. Trans. ASAE 27:744-746-750.

55. Mueller, D.H., T.C. Daniel, and R.C. Wendt. 1980. Evaluation of conservation tillage as a best management practice for controlling nonpoint pollution. J. Environ. Mgt. 5:33-53.

56. Mueller, D.H., R.C. Wendt, and T.C. Daniel. 1984. Soil and water losses as affected by three tillage practices. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. 48:896-900.

57. Mueller, D.H., R.C. Wendt, and T.C. Daniel. 1984. Phosphorus losses as affected by tillage and manure application. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. 48:901-905.

58. Mueller, D.H., R.M. Klemme, and T.C. Daniel. 1985. Short- and long-term cost comparisons of conventional and conservation tillage systems in corn production. J. Soil Water Conserv. 40:466-470.

59. Osterhaus, J.T., L.G. Bundy, and T.W. Andraski. 200_. Evaluation of the Illinois soil nitrogen test and soil organic nitrogen fractions for predicting corn nitrogen needs. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. (submitted 6/1/06).

60. Park, S.J., McSweeney, K. and Lowery, B. 2001. Identification of the spatial distribution of soils using a process-based terrain characterization. Geoderma. 103:249-272.

61. Roberson, T., L.G. Bundy, and T.W. Andraski. 2007. Freezing and drying effects on potential plant contributions to phosphorus in runoff. J. Environ. Qual. (in press).

62. Rooney D., and B. Lowery. 2000. A profile cone penetrometer for mapping soil horizons. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. 64:2136-2139.

63. Sauer, T.J., and T.C. Daniel. 1987. Effect of tillage system on runoff losses of surface-applied pesticides. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. 51:410-415.

64. Sauer, T.J., B.E. Clothier, and T.C. Daniel. 1990. Surface measurements of the hydraulic properties of a tilled and untilled soil. Soil Tillage Res. 15:359-369.

65. Sauer, T.J., K.J. Fermanich, and T.C. Daniel. 1990. Comparison of PRZM simulated and measured pesticide mobility under two tillage systems. J. Environ. Qual. 19:727-734.

66. Seybold, C.A., K. McSweeney, and B. Lowery. 1994. Atrazine adsorption in sandy soils of Wisconsin. J. Environ. Qual. 23:1291-1297.

67. Stecker, J.A., D. D. Buchholz, R. G. Hanson, N. C. Wollenhaupt, and K. A. McVay. 1995. Tillage and rotation effects on corn yield response to fertilizer nitrogen on aqualf soils. Agron. J. 87:409-415.

68. Sturgul, S.J., T.C. Daniel, and D.H. Mueller. 1990. Effect of tillage and canopy cover on interrill erosion from first-year alfalfa. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. 54:1733-1739.

69. Swan, J.B., R. L. Higgs, T. B. Bailey, N. C. Wollenhaupt, W. H. Paulson, and A. E. Peterson. 1994. Surface residue and in-row treatment effects on long-term no-tillage continuous corn. Agron. J. 86:711-718.

70. Vanotti, M.B., L.G. Bundy, and A.E. Peterson. 1997. Nitrogen fertilizer and legume-cereal rotation effects on soil productivity and organic matter dynamics in Wisconsin. p. 105-119. In E.A. Paul et al. (eds.) Soil Organic Matter in Temperate Agroecosystems: Long-Term Experiments in North America. CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL.

71. Wietersen, R.C., T.C. Daniel, K.J. Fermanich, B.D. Girard, K. McSweeney, and B. Lowery. 1993. Atrazine, alachlor, and metolachlor mobility through two sandy Wisconsin soils. J. Environ. Qual. 22:811-818.

72. Wietersen, R.C., T.C. Daniel, K.J. Fermanich, B. Lowery, and K. McSweeney. 1993. Irrigation and polymer effects on herbicide transport though the unsaturated zone of a Sparta Sand. J. Environ. Qual. 22:818-824.

73. Wang, D., J.M. Norman, B. Lowery, and K. McSweeney. 1994. Nondestructive determination of hydrogeometrical characteristics of soil macropores. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. 58:294-303.

74. Wollenhaupt, N.C., and D.D. Buchholz. 1993. Profitability of farming by soils. p. 199-213. In P. Robert et al. (ed) Soil specific crop management. ASA Spec. Publ. ASA/CSSA/SSSA, Madison, WI.

75. Wollenhaupt, N.C., R.P. Wolkowski, and M.K. Clayton. 1994. Mapping soil test phosphorus and potassium for variable-rate fertilizer application. J. Prod. Agric. 7:395-448.

76. Wollenhaupt, N.C., A. H. Bosworth, J. D. Doll, and D. J. Undersander. 1995. Erosion from alfalfa established with oat under conservation tillage. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. 59:538-543.

77. Zemenchik, R.A., N. C. Wollenhaupt, K. A. Albrecht, and A. H. Bosworth. 1996. Runoff, erosion, and forage production from established alfalfa and smooth broomegrass. Agron. J. 88:461-466.

78. Zemenchik, R.A., N.C. Wollenhaupt, and K.A. Albrecht. 2002. Bioavailable phosphorus in runoff from alfalfa, smooth bromegrass, and alfalfa-smooth bromegrass. Journal of Environmental Quality 31:280-286.

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