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Asbjornsen, H., V. Hernandez-Santana, M. Liebman, J. Bayala, J. Chen, M. Helmers, C.K. Ong and L.A. Schulte. 2013. Targeting perennial vegetation in agricultural landscapes for enhancing ecosystem services. Renewable Agriculture and Food Systems, available on CJO2013. doi:10.1017/S1742170512000385.

Gelfand, Ilya; Ritvik Sahajpal, Xuesong Zhang, R. César Izaurralde, Katherine L. Gross & G. Philip Robertson. 2013. Sustainable bioenergy production from marginal lands in the US Midwest. Nature (2013) doi:10.1038/nature11811.

Land Report. Number 105, Spring 2013. Ed. Scott Bonza. ISSN 1093-1171. The Land Institute, Salina, KS. Report (PDF, 1.1 Mb)

Liebman, Matt; Matthew J. Helmers, Lisa A. Schulte and Craig A. Chase. 2013. Using biodiversity to link agricultural productivity with environmental quality: Results from three field experiments in Iowa. Renewable Agriculture and Food Systems. 28(2):115-128.

David Van Tassel and Lee DeHaan. 2013. Wild plants to the rescue. American Scientist, 100(3):218.

Wilson, D.M., D.L. Dalluge, M. Rover, E.A. Heaton, and R.C. Brown. 2013. Crop Management Impacts Biofuel Quality: Influence of Switchgrass Harvest Time on Yield, Nitrogen and Ash of Fast Pyrolysis Products. BioEnergy Research 6(1): 103–113.

Wilson, D.M., E.A. Heaton, M. Liebman, and K.J. Moore. 2013. Intraseasonal Changes in Switchgrass Nitrogen Distribution Compared with Corn. Agronomy Journal 105(2): 285–294.

Christopher K. Wright and Michael C. Wimberly. 2013. Recent land use change in the Western Corn Belt threatens grasslands and wetlands. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States (PNAS).


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Bentrup, G., M. Dosskey, G. Wells, and M. Schoeneberger. 2012. Connecting landscape fragments through riparian zones. p. 93–109. In Forest Landscape Restoration. Springer.

Davis, Adam S., Hill, Jason D., Chase, Craig C., Johanns, Ann M., and Liebman, Matt. 2012. Increasing Cropping System Diversity Balances Productivity, Profitability and Environmental Health. PLoS ONE 7(10): e47149. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0047149.

Dohleman, F.G., E.A. Heaton, R.A. Arundale, and S.P. Long. 2012. Seasonal dynamics of above-and below-ground biomass and nitrogen partitioning in Miscanthus giganteus and Panicum virgatum across three growing seasons. GCB Bioenergy 4(5): 534–544.

Dosskey, M.G., G. Bentrup, and M. Schoeneberger. 2012. A role for agroforestry in forest restoration in the lower Mississippi alluvial valley. Journal of Forestry 110(1): 48–55.

Franzluebbers, Alan J.; Paine, Laura K.; Winsten, Jonathan; Krome, Margaret; Sanderson, Matt A.; Ogles, Kevin; and Thompson, Dennis.2012. Well-managed grazing systems: A forgotten hero of conservation. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation. 67(4):100A-104A.


Schilling, K.E., C.S. Jones, A. Seeman, E. Bader, and J. Filipiak. 2012. Nitrate-nitrogen patterns in engineered catchments in the upper Mississippi River basin. Ecological Engineering 42: 1–9.

Shibu Jose, Michael A. Gold, and Harold E. Garrett. 2012. The Future of Temperate Agroforestry in the United States. in Agroforestry - The Future of Global Land Use, P.K.R. Nair and D. Garrity (eds.), Advances in Agroforestry 9, Springer Science+Business Media:Dordrecht. Read the report (PDF, 780 kb)

Nancy Rabalais and R.Eugene Turner. July 2012. Update on Hypoxic Zone, Northern Gulf of Mexico. Louisiana Universities Marine Consortium. (PDF, 562 kb)

Schoeneberger, M., G. Bentrup, H. de Gooijer, R. Soolanayakanahally, T. Sauer, J. Brandle, X. Zhou, and D. Current. 2012. Branching out: Agroforestry as a climate change mitigation and adaptation tool for agriculture. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation 67(5): 128A–136A.


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Baas, D.G., D.R. Mutch, and V.J. Ackroyd. 2011. A State-Specific Online Cover Crop Decision Tool for Midwest Farmers. Journal of Extension. 49(6): Article Number 6TOT8.

Committee on Clean Water Act Implementation Across the Mississippi River Basin; National Research Council. 2011. Improving water quality in the Mississippi River basin and northern Gulf of Mexico: strategies and priorities. National Academy of Sciences. 46 p.

Jaradat, A.A., and G. Boody. 2011. Modeling agroecosystem services under simulated climate and land-use changes. ISRN Ecology. Volume 2011, Article ID 568723. Accessed 6/17/13.

Leavitt, M.J., C.C. Sheaffer, D.L. Wyse, and D.L. Allan. 2011. Rolled winter rye and hairy vetch cover crops lower weed density but reduce vegetable yields in no-tillage organic production. HortScience 46(3): 387–395.

Owens, V., D. Bransby, R. Farris, J. Fike, E. Heaton, C.O. Hong, C. Hopkins, H. Mayton, R. Mitchell, and D. Viands.2011. Switchgrass Response to N Fertilizer Across Diverse Environments in the USA: A Regional Feedstock Partnership Report.

Reducing Agriculture’s Nitrogen Footprint: Are New Policy Approaches Needed? Economic Research Service, United States Department of Agriculture (USDA-ERS). September, 2011.

River Life. Initiative of the Institute on the Environment (I on E) at the University of Minnesota. News, photography, mapping, research, and curriculum related to the Mississippi River.

Shepard L. and P. Westmoreland. 2011. This Perennial Land: third crops, blue earth, and the road to a restorative agriculture. Minneapolis, MN: Perennial Lands. Print.

Reganold, J.P., D. Jackson-Smith, S.S. Batie, R.R. Harwood, J.L. Kornegay, D. Bucks, C.B. Flora, J.C. Hanson, W.A. Jury, D. Meyer, A. Schumacher Jr., H. Sehmsdorf, C. Shennan, L.A. Thrupp, P. Willis. Transforming U.S. Agriculture. Science. 322.6030:670-671.

Zhou, X., J.R. Brandle, T.N. Awada, M.M. Schoeneberger, D.L. Martin, Y. Xin, and Z. Tang. 2011. The use of forest-derived specific gravity for the conversion of volume to biomass for open-grown trees on agricultural land. Biomass and Bioenergy 35(5): 1721–1731.


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Atwell, R.C., L.A. Schulte, and M.L. Westphal. 2010. Linking resilience theory and diffusion of innovations theory to understand the potential for perennials in the U.S. Corn Belt. Ecology and Society (14)1:30.

Dale, V. H., R. Lowrance, P. Mulholland, and G. Phillip Robertson. 2010. Bioenergy sustainability at the regional scale. Ecology and Society 15(4):23.

Dohleman, F.G., E.A. Heaton, and S.P. Long. 2010. Perennial grasses as second-generation sustainable feedstocks without conflict with food production. p. 27–37. In Handbook of Bioenergy Economics and Policy. Springer.

DuPont, S.T., S.W. Culman, H. Ferris, D.H. Buckley, and J.D. Glover. 2010. No-tillage conversion of harvested perennial grassland to annual cropland reduces root biomass, decreases active carbon stocks, and impacts soil biota. Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 137(1): 25–32.

Glover, J. D. 2010. Harvested perennial grasslands: Ecological models for farming's perennial future. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment 37: 1-2.

Glover, J.D., S.W. Culman, S.T. DuPont, W. Broussard, L. Young, M.E. Mangan, J.G. Mai, T.E. Crews, L.R. DeHaan, D.H. Buckley, H. Ferris, R.E. Turner, H.L. Reynolds, and D.L. Wyse. 2010. Harvested perennial grasslands provide ecological benchmarks for agricultural sustainability. Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 137(1–2): 3–12.

Glover J.D, J. P. Reganold, L.W. Bell, J. Borevitz, E.C. Brummer, E.S. Buckler, C,M. Cox, T. S. Cox, T.E. Crews, S.W. Culman, L.R. DeHaan, D. Eriksson, B.S. Gill, J. Holland, F. Hu, B.S. Hulke, A.M.H. Ibrahim, W. Jackson, S.S. Jones, S.C. Murray, A.H. Paterson, E. Ploschuk, E.J. Sacks, S. Snapp, D. Tao, D.L. Van Tassel, L.J. Wade, D.L. Wyse, and Y. Xu. 2010. Increased food and ecosystem security via perennial grains. Science 328.5986: 1638-1639.

Glover, J.D., and J.P. Reganold. 2010. Perennial Grains, Food Security for the Future. Issues in Science and Technology (Winter): 41–47.

Goff, B.M., K.J. Moore, S.L. Fales, and E.A. Heaton. 2010. Double-cropping sorghum for biomass. Agronomy journal 102(6): 1586–1592.

Heaton, E.A., F.G. Dohleman, A. Fernando Miguez, J.A. Juvik, V. Lozovaya, J. Widholm, O.A. Zabotina, G.F. McIsaac, M.B. David, and T.B. Voigt. 2010. Miscanthus: A promising biomass crop. Advances in Botanical Research 56(10).

Jackson, Wes. 2010. Consulting the Genius of the Place - An Ecological Approach to a New Agriculture. Counterpoint Press:Berkeley, CA. 272 p.

Jackson, W., S. Cox, L. DeHaan, J. Glover, D. Van Tassel, and C. Cox. 2010. The necessity and possibility of an agriculture where nature is the measure. Chapter 6, pp. 61-72. In Sustainable Agroecosystem Management: Integrating Ecology, Economics, and Society. Eds. Patrick J. Bohlen and Gar House. CRC Press: Boca Raton, FL.

Jackson, L., and D. Keeney. 2010. Perennial Farming Systems That Resist Flooding. In A Watershed Year: Anatomy of the Iowa Floods of 2008. Ed. Cornelia F. Mutel. Chapter 24.

Jordan, N. and K.D. Warner. 2010. Enhancing the multifunctionality of U.S. agriculture. Bioscience 60(1):60-66. Article

Thelemann, R., G. Johnson, C. Sheaffer, S. Banerjee, H. Cai, and D. Wyse. 2010. The effect of landscape position on biomass crop yield. Agronomy Journal 102(2): 513–522.

Van Tassel, D.L., L.R. DeHaan, and T.S. Cox. 2010. Missing domestic plant forms: can artificial selection fill the gap? Evolutionary Applications 3:434-452.


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Biotechnology Institute, University of Minnesota. 2009. Biofuels Feasibility Study for East Central Minnesota.

Broussard, W. and R.E. Turner. 2009. A Century of Changing Land-Use and Water-Quality Relationships in the Continental US. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 7(6):302-307. PDF of Article |

Heaton, E.A., F.G. Dohleman, and S.P. Long. 2009. Seasonal nitrogen dynamics of Miscanthus X giganteus and Panicum virgatum. GCB Bioenergy 1(4): 297–307.

Jackson, W. and F. Kirschenmann. June 2009. A 50-Year Farm Bill. The Land Institute, Salina, KS. Proposal (PDF, 298 kb)

Perry, C.H., C.W. Woodall, G.C. Liknes, and M.M. Schoeneberger. 2009. Filling the gap: improving estimates of working tree resources in agricultural landscapes. Agroforestry Systems 75(1): 91–101.

Pyter, R., E. Heaton, F. Dohleman, T. Voigt, and S. Long. 2009. Agronomic experiences with Miscanthus x giganteus in Illinois, USA. p. 41–52. In Biofuels. Springer.

Rabalais, N. and R.E. Turner. July 2009. 2009 Mapping of Hypoxic Zone, Northern Gulf of Mexico. Louisiana Universities Marine Consortium.   Report (PDF, 838 kb).

Rabalais, N. and R.E. Turner. June 2009. 2009 Forecast of the Hypoxic Zone Size, Northern Gulf of Mexico. Louisiana Universities Marine Consortium.   Report (PDF, 600 kb).

Schoeneberger, M.M. 2009. Agroforestry: working trees for sequestering carbon on agricultural lands. Agroforestry systems 75(1): 27–37.

Sheaffer, C.C., D.L. Wyse, and N.J. Ehlke. 2009. Palatability and nutritive value of native legumes. Native Plants Journal 10(3): 224–231.

Wedin, Walter F. and S.L. Fales, eds. 2009. Grassland: Quietness and Strength for a New American Agriculture. Madison (WI). ASA-CSSA-SSSA.


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Baributsa, D.N., E.F. Foster, K.D. Thelen, A.N. Kravchenko, D.R. Mutch, and M. Ngouajio. 2008. Corn and cover crop response to corn density in an interseeding system. Agronomy Journal. 100(4): 981–987.

Biofuels, Bioenergy, and Bioproducts from Sustainable Agricultural and Forest Crops: Proceedings of the Short Rotation Crops International Conference. 2008. Eds: Ronald S. Zalesny, Jr., Rob Mitchell, and Jim Richardson. Accessed 6/17/13.

Boody, G. 2008. Multifunctional Agriculture: More Than Bread Alone. BioScience 58(8): 763–765. Accessed 6/17/13.

Gordon, A., D. Current, M. Schoeneberger, and G. Bentrup. 2008. Sustainable bioenergy production in agroforestry systems.

Heaton, E.A., F.G. Dohleman, and S.P. Long. 2008. Meeting US biofuel goals with less land: the potential of Miscanthus. Global Change Biology 14(9): 2000–2014.

Heaton, E.A., R.B. Flavell, P.N. Mascia, S.R. Thomas, F.G. Dohleman, and S.P. Long. 2008. Herbaceous energy crop development: recent progress and future prospects. Current Opinion in Biotechnology 19(3): 202–209.

Kladivko, E.J., D.R. Mutch, and K.B. Station. 2008. Potential and Limitations of Cover Crops, Living Mulches, and Perennials to Reduce Nutrient Losses to Water Sources from Agricultural Fields in the Upper Mississippi River Basin, pp. 127-148 in UMRSHNC (Upper Mississippi River Sub-basin Hypoxia Nutrient Committee) Final Report: Gulf Hypoxia and Local Water Quality Concerns Workshop. St. Joseph, Michigan: ASABE. Copyright 2008 by the American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers.

Meschke, L., J. Jensen, G. Kaste, B. Olsen, C. Fernholz, C.C. Sheaffer, P. Porter, N.J. Ehlke, D. Wyse, G. Johnson, D. Current. 2008. Investing in Third Crops for the State of Minnesota. Senate Agriculture and Veterans Committee, February 28, 2008.   Report (PDF, 802 kb)

Raymond, P.A., N.-H. Oh, R.E. Turner, and W. Broussard. 2008. Anthropogenically enhanced fluxes of water and carbon from the Mississippi River. Nature. 451(7177): 449–452.

Rector, N., and D.R. Mutch. 2008. Cover Crops: Manure’s Best Friend. Manure Manager.

Turner, R.E., N.N. Rabalais, and D. Justic. 2008. Gulf of Mexico Hypoxia: Alternate States and a Legacy. Environ. Sci. Technol. 42(7): 2323–2327.


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Committee on the Mississippi River and the Clean Water Act, National Research Council. 2007. Mississippi River Water Quality and the Clean Water Act: Progress, Challenges, and Opportunities. Washington, D.C.:The National Academy of Sciences. 252 p.

An Analysis of the Effects of an Expansion in Biofuel Demand on U.S. Agriculture. May 2007. Economic Research Service and Office of the Chief Economist, U.S. Department of Agriculture. Report (PDF, 413 kb).

Glover, J., C. Cox, and J. Reganold. 2007. Future farming: a return to roots? Scientific American Magazine 297(2): 82–89.

Harrigan, T., S. Snapp, R. Leep, D. Mutch, and N. Rector. February 2007. Manure Slurry-Enriched Seeding of Cover Crops. Midwest Cover Crops Council. Resource.

John, S. and A. Watson. August 2007. Establishing a Grass Energy Crop Market in the Decatur Area. Report of the Agricultural Watershed Institute.   Report (PDF, 3.26 Mb).

Jordan, N., G. Boody, W. Broussard, J.D. Glover, D. Keeney, B.H. McCown, G. McIsaac, M. Muller, H. Murray, J. Neal, C. Pansing, R.E. Turner, K. Warner, D. Wyse. June 2007. Sustainable Development of the Agricultural Bio-Economy. Science 316(5831):1570 - 1571. Article (PDF, 230 kb)

Keeney, D. 2007. More ethanol, more corn, more nitrogen-and bigger dead zone in the gulf. Minneapolis, MN: Institute for Agriculture and Trade Policy. Accessed 6/17/13.

Kleinschmidt, J. 2007. Biofueling rural development: making the case for linking biofuel production to rural revitalization.

Mercer, K.L., D.A. Andow, D.L. Wyse, and R.G. Shaw. 2007. Stress and domestication traits increase the relative fitness of crop–wild hybrids in sunflower. Ecology Letters 10(5): 383–393.

Pyter, R., T. Voigt, E. Heaton, F. Dohleman, and S. Long. 2007. Growing giant miscanthus in Illinois. Univ. of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, IL

Rabalais, N. and R.E. Turner. July 2007. 2007 Mapping of Hypoxic Zone, Northern Gulf of Mexico. Louisiana Universities Marine Consortium.   Report (PDF, 332 kb).

Rabalais, N. and R.E. Turner. July 2007. 2007 Forecast of the Hypoxic Zone Size, Northern Gulf of Mexico. Louisiana Universities Marine Consortium.   Report (PDF, 123 kb).

Rabalais, N.N., R.E. Turner, B.K.S. Gupta, E. Platon, and M.L. Parsons. 2007. Sediments tell the history of eutrophication and hypoxia in the northern Gulf of Mexico. Ecological Applications 17(sp5): S129–S143.

Zhou, X., J.R. Brandle, M.M. Schoeneberger, and T. Awada. 2007. Developing above-ground woody biomass equations for open-grown, multiple-stemmed tree species: Shelterbelt-grown Russian-olive. Ecological Modelling 202(3): 311–323.


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Boody, G., and B. DeVore. 2006. Redesigning agriculture. BioScience 56(10): 839–845. Accessed 6/17/13.

Chen, S., D.L. Wyse, G.A. Johnson, P.M. Porter, S.R. Stetina, D.R. Miller, K.J. Betts, L.D. Klossner, and M.J. Haar. 2006. Effect of cover crops alfalfa, red clover, and perennial ryegrass on soybean cyst nematode population and soybean and corn yields in Minnesota. Crop science 46(5): 1890–1897.

Cox, T.S., J.D. Glover, D.L. Van Tassel, C.M. Cox, and L.R. DeHaan. 2006. Prospects for developing perennial grain crops. BioScience 56(8): 649–659.

Harrigan, T.M., D.R. Mutch, and S.S. Snapp. 2006. Manure slurry-enriched micro-site seeding of biosuppressive covers. Applied Engineering in Agriculture 22(6): 827.

Mercer, K.L., R.G. Shaw, and D.L. Wyse. 2006. Increased germination of diverse crop-wild hybrid sunflower seeds. Ecological Applications 16(3): 845–854.

Rabalais, N.N., and R.E. Turner. 2006. Oxygen Depletion in the Gulf of Mexico Adjacent to the Mississippi River. p. 225–245. In Neretin, L.N. (ed.), Past and Present Water Column Anoxia. Nato Science Series: IV: Earth and Environmental Sciences. Springer Netherlands.


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Bentrup, G., M.M. Schoeneberger, M. Dosskey, G. Wells, and T. Kellerman. 2005. Tool time: melding watershed and site goals on private lands. USDA Forest Service/UNL Faculty Publications: 9.

Boody, G., B. Vondracek, D.A. Andow, M. Krinke, J. Westra, J. Zimmerman, and P. Welle. 2005. Multifunctional agriculture in the United States. BioScience 55(1): 27–38. . Accessed 6/17/13.

Fischbach, J.A., P.R. Peterson, C.C. Sheaffer, N.J. Ehlke, J. Byun, and D.L. Wyse. 2005. Illinois Bundleflower Forage Potential in the Upper Midwestern USA. Agronomy Journal. 97(3): 886–894.

Glover, J.D. 2005. The necessity and possibility of perennial grain production systems. Renewable Agriculture and Food Systems. 20(1): 1–4.

Perry, C.H., C.W. Woodall, and M.M. Schoeneberger. 2005. Inventorying trees in agricultural landscapes: towards an accounting of working trees. USDA Forest Service/UNL Faculty Publications: 10.

Schoeneberger, M.M. 2005. Agroforestry-working trees for sequestering carbon on ag-lands. In: Brooks, K.N. and Ffolliot, P.F. (eds) Moving Agroforestry in the Mainstream. Proc. 9th N. Am. Agroforest. Conf., Rochester, MN. 12-15 June 2005. Dept. Forest Resources, Univ. Minnesota, St. Paul, MN, 13

Wiersma, J., C. Sheaffer, G. Nelson, D. Wyse, and K. Betts. 2005. Intercropping legumes in hard red spring wheat under semi-arid conditions. Crop Management.


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Byun, J., C.C. Sheaffer, M.P. Russelle, N.J. Ehlke, D.L. Wyse, and P.H. Graham. 2004. Dinitrogen fixation in Illinois bundleflower. Crop Science. 44(2): 493–500.

Ellis, E.A., G. Bentrup, and M.M. Schoeneberger. 2004. Computer-based tools for decision support in agroforestry: Current state and future needs. Agroforestry Systems 61(1-3): 401–421.

Heaton, E.A., S.P. Long, T.B. Voigt, M.B. Jones, and J. Clifton-Brown. 2004. Miscanthus for renewable energy generation: European Union experience and projections for Illinois. Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies for Global Change 9(4): 433–451.

Heaton, E., T. Voigt, and S.P. Long. 2004. A quantitative review comparing the yields of two candidate C4 perennial biomass crops in relation to nitrogen, temperature and water. Biomass and Bioenergy 27(1): 21–30.

Thelen, K.D., D.R. Mutch, and T.E. Martin. 2004. Utility of interseeded winter cereal rye in organic soybean production systems. Agronomy Journal 96(1): 281–284.

Turner, R.E., and N.N. Rabalais. 2004. Suspended Sediment, C, N, P, and Si Yields from the Mississippi River Basin. Hydrobiologia. 511(1-3): 79–89.


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Glover, J. 2003. Characteristics and impacts of annual vs. perennial systems. p. 20–21. In Proceedings of Sod-Based Cropping Systems Conference, Quincy, FL.

Mutch, D.R., T.E. Martin, and K.R. Kosola. 2003. Red Clover (Trifolium pratense) Suppression of Common Ragweed (Ambrosia artemisiifolia) in Winter Wheat (Triticum aestivum). Weed Technology. 17(1):181-185.

Scavia, D., N.N. Rabalais, R.E. Turner, D. Justić, and W.J. Wiseman. 2003. Predicting the Response of Gulf of Mexico Hypoxia to Variations in Mississippi River Nitrogen Load. Limnology and Oceanography 48(3): 951–956.

Turner, R.E., and N.N. Rabalais. 2003. Linking Landscape and Water Quality in the Mississippi River Basin for 200 Years. BioScience 53(6): 563–572.


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Keeney, D.R. 2002. Reducing nonpoint nitrogen to acceptable levels with emphasis on the Upper Mississippi River Basin. Estuaries. 25(4): 862–868. (Abstract). Accessed 6/17/13.

Rabalais, N.N., R.E. Turner, Q. Dortch, D. Justic, V.J.B. Jr, and W.J.W. Jr. 2002. Nutrient-enhanced productivity in the northern Gulf of Mexico: past, present and future. Hydrobiologia. 475-476(1):39–63.

Rabalais, N.N., R.E. Turner, and W.J.W. Jr. 2002. Gulf of Mexico Hypoxia, a.k.a. “The Dead Zone”. Annual Review of Ecology and Systematics. 33: 235–263.

Childs, C.R., N.N. Rabalais, R.E. Turner, and L.M. Proctor. 2002. Sediment denitrification in the Gulf of Mexico zone of hypoxia. Mar Ecol Prog Ser. 240: 285–290.

Rabalais, N.N., R.E. Turner, and D. Scavia. 2002. Beyond Science into Policy: Gulf of Mexico Hypoxia and the Mississippi River. BioScience. 52(2): 129–142.


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DiGiacomo, G., C.J. Iremonger, L. Kemp, C. van Schaik, and H. Murray. 2001. Sustainable farming systems: Demonstrating environmental and economic performance. Minnesota Institute for Sustainable Agriculture.

Keeney, D. 2001. Grasslands, communicating the benefits. p. 957–989. In Proceedings of the XIX International Grassland Congress.

Rabalais, N.N., R.E. Turner, and W.J. Wiseman. 2001. Hypoxia in the Gulf of Mexico. Journal of Environment Quality. 30(2): 320.

Rabalais, N.N., and R.E. Turner. 2001. Hypoxia in the northern Gulf of Mexico: Description, causes and change. p. 1–36. In Rabalais, N.N., Turner, R.E. (eds.), Coastal and Estuarine Studies. American Geophysical Union, Washington, D. C.


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Bentrup, G., M. Dosskey, K. Klenke, T. Leininger, M. Schoeneberger, and G. Wells. 2000. Planning for multi-purpose riparian management. USDA Forest Service/UNL Faculty Publications: 3.

Keeney, D., and M. Muller. 2000. Nitrogen and the upper Mississippi River. Institute for Agriculture and Trade Policy, Minneapolis, MN. Accessed 6/17/13.

Kertmr-ky, B., and M.M. Schoeneberger.2000. An Ecological Foundation for Temperate Agroforestry.


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Brezonik, P.L., V.J. Bierman Jr, R. Alexander, J. Anderson, J. Barko, M. Dortch, L. Hatch, G.L. Hitchcock, D. Keeney, and D. Mulla. 1999. Effects of reducing nutrient loads to surface waters within the Mississippi River Basin and the Gulf of Mexico. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration National Ocean Service Coastal Ocean Program. Accessed 6/17/13.

Goolsby, D.A., W.A. Battaglin, G.B. Lawrence, R.S. Artz, B.T. Aulenbach, R.P. Hooper, D.R. Keeney, and G.J. Stensland. 1999. Flux and sources of nutrients in the Mississippi-Atchafalaya River Basin. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration National Ocean Service Coastal Ocean Program. Accessed 6/17/13.

Keeney, D.R., and T.H. DeLuca. 1993. Des Moines River nitrate in relation to watershed agricultural practices: 1945 versus 1980s. Journal of Environmental Quality. 22(2): 267–272. Accessed 6/17/13.

Rabalais, Nancy N.; Turner, R. Eugene; Justic, Dubravko; Dortch, Quay; Wiseman, William J., Jr. 1999. Characterization of Hypoxia. In Topic I Report for the Integrated Assessment on Hypoxia in the Gulf of Mexico.


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Mutch, D.R., and T.E. Martin. 1998. Cover crops. Michigan Field Crop Ecology: Managing Biological Processes for Productivity and Environmental Quality.


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Justic, D., Nancy N. Rabalias, and R. Eugene Turner. 1996. Effects of climate change on hypoxia in coastal waters: A doubled CO2 scenario for the northern Gulf of Mexico. Limnology and Oceanography. 41(5): 992–1003.

Rabalais, N.N., R.E. Turner, D. Justic, Q. Dortch, W.J. Wiseman, and B.K.S. Gupta. 1996. Nutrient changes in the Mississippi River and system responses on the adjacent continental shelf. Estuaries. 19(2): 386–407.


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Bierman, V.J., S.C. Hinz, D.-W. Zhu, W.J. Wiseman, N.N. Rabalais, and R.E. Turner. 1994. A preliminary mass balance model of primary productivity and dissolved oxygen in the Mississippi River Plume/Inner Gulf Shelf Region. Estuaries. 17(4): 886–899.

De Haan, R.L., D.L. Wyse, N.J. Ehlke, B.D. Maxwell, and D.H. Putnam. 1994. New technologies and approaches for weed management in sustainable agriculture systems.Weed Technology. 42: 35–43.

Turner, R.E., and N.N. Rabalais. 1994. Coastal eutrophication near the Mississippi river delta. Nature. 368(6472): 619–621.


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Justić, D., N.N. Rabalais, R. Eugene Turner, and W.J. Wiseman Jr. 1993. Seasonal coupling between riverborne nutrients, net productivity and hypoxia. Marine Pollution Bulletin. 26(4): 184–189.

Keeney, D.R., and T.H. DeLuca. 1993. Des Moines River nitrate in relation to watershed agricultural practices: 1945 versus 1980s. Journal of Environmental Quality. 22(2): 267–272. Accessed 6/17/13.

Schoeneberger, M.M. 1993. Woody plant selection for riparian agroforestry projects. TD Landis, technical coordinator. Proceedings: Northeastern and Intermountain Forest and Conservation Nursery Associations: 123–129.


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Schoeneberger, M.M. 1992. Enhancing biodiversity with and within agroforestry plantings. USDA Forest Service/UNL Faculty Publications: 28.


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