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Publications 2000 - 2005

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Nut Trees

2005:
Hunt, K.L., M.A. Gold, and M.R. Warmund. 2005. Chinese chestnut cultivar performance in Missouri. Third International Chestnut Congress, Chaves, Portugal, Oct. 20-23, 2004. Abstract. Acta. Hort. 693:145-148.

Reid, W., M.V. Coggeshall, and K.L. Hunt. 2005. Black walnut cultivars for nut production. Walnut Council Bulletin 32(3):1,3,5,12,15.

Reid, W. 2005. Be prepared for success. Pecan South 38(9):9-10.

Reid, W. 2005. Blame it on the weather. Pecan South 38(4):4, 10.

Reid, W. 2005. Focusing on natives. Pecan South 37(12):4-8.

Van Sambeek, J.W., and Garrett, H.E. 2005. Ground cover management in walnut and other hardwood plantings. In: Michler, C.H., Pijut, P.M., Van Sambeek, J.W., and four others. Black walnut in a new century (Proc., Sixth Walnut Council Symposium). Gen. Tech. Rep. NC-243. U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, North Central Research Station: 85-100.

Warmund, M.R., K.L. Hunt, and M.A. Gold. 2005. Removal of secondary burs increases average nut weight from primary burs of ‘Armstrong’, ‘Orrin’ and ‘Willamette’ Chinese chestnuts. Acta Hort. 693:149-151.

2004:
Hunt, K.L., M.A. Gold and M.R. Warmund. 2004. Chinese chestnut cultivar performance in Missouri. IIIrd International Chestnut Congress, Chaves, Portugal, Oct. 20-23, 2004. Abstract. Acta Horticulturae (in press).

Reid, W., M.V. Coggeshall and K.L. Hunt. 2004. Cultivar evaluation and development for black walnut orchards. In: Michler, C.E. and others, ed. Proc., 6th Black Walnut Symposium. Gen. Tech. Rep. NC-. St. Paul, MN: USDA FS NCRS. p. 18-24.

Van Sambeek, J.W. and Garrett, H.E. 2004. Ground cover management in walnut and other hardwood plantings. In: Michler, C.E. and others, ed. Proc., 6th Black Walnut Symposium. Gen. Tech. Rep. NC-. St. Paul, MN: USDA FS NCRS: 85-100.

Van Sambeek, J.W.; Sheng-Ke, X,;Gustafson, W.A.; Coggeshall, M.V. 2004. Performance of black walnut in the Yellow River watershed on the People's Republic of China. In: Michler, C.H, ed, and others, Black Walnut in a New Century, Proceedings of the 6th Walnut Research Symposium; 2004 July 25-28; Lafayette, IN. Gen. Tech. Rep. NC -243. St. Paul, MN: U.S.D.A. Forest Service, North Central Research Station (in press).

Warmund, M.R., K.L. Hunt and M.A. Gold. 2004. Removal of Secondary Burs Increases Average Nut Weight from Primary Burs of 'Armstrong', 'Orrin' and 'Willamette' Chinese Chestnuts. III International Chestnut Congress, Chaves, Portugal, Oct. 20-23, 2004. Acta Horticulturae (in press).

Warmund, M.R.; Coggeshall, M.V. 2004. Determination of black walnut (Juglans nigra) harvest date with durometer measurements. Proc. 5th International Walnut Symposium; 10-12 November, 2004. Sorrento, Italy. (in press).

2002:
Gold, M. and K. Hunt. 2002. Establishment of a Chestnut Industry to Enhance the Viability of Small Farms in Missouri. IN: P.L. Byers, (ed.) Proc. 2002 Missouri Small Fruit and Vegetable Conference. Feb. 18-20, 2002, Springfield, MO. p. 11-26.

Hunt, K., M. Gold, W. Reid. 2002 Growing Chinese Chestnut in Missouri. UMCA Agroforestry in Action No. 4-2002. 12 p

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Alley Cropping

2005:
Kirk, S.D., C.J. Starbuck, and J.W. Van Sambeek. 2005. Missouri gravel bed and a pot-in-pot system superior to white polyethylene and foam for overwintering Syringa pubescens subsp. patula liners. Combined Proceedings International Plant Propagators’ Society 54:516-521.

McGraw, R.L., W.T. Stamps, and M. Linit. 2005. Yield and maturation of alfalfa in a black walnut alley-cropping practice. Proceedings of the Ninth North American Agroforestry Conference, Rochester, MN. (CD-ROM) 5pp.

Mungai, N.W., P.P. Motavalli, R.J. Kremer, and K.A. Nelson. 2005. Spatial variation of soil enzyme activities and microbial functional diversity in temperate alley cropping systems. Biology & Fertility of Soils 42(2):129-136.

Stamps, W.T., T.L. Woods, R.L. McGraw, and M.J. Linit. 2005. Arthropod communities in temperate agroforestry: Theory and reality. Proceedings of the Ninth North American Agroforestry Conference, Rochester, MN. (CD-ROM) 6pp.

2004:
Alley, J.L., H.E. Garrett, R.L. McGraw, J.P. Dwyer and J.W. Van Sambeek. 2004. Forage legumes as living mulches for weed control during the establishment of tree plantations in agroforestry practices. 8th North American Agroforestry Conference; 2003 June 23-25; Corvallis, OR. Abstract. p. 321.

Mungai, N.W., P.P. Motavalli and R.J. Kremer. 2004. Soil Organic C and N Fractions in Long-Term Temperate Alley Cropping Practices. Proceedings 8th Biennial AFTA Convention, Corvallis, Oregon. S. Sharrow, ed. June 22-25, 2003. p. 196-205

Mungai, N.W., P.P. Motavalli, R.J. Kremer, and K.A. Nelson. In review. Spatial variation of soil enzyme activities and microbial functional diversity in temperate alley cropping systems. Applied Soil Ecology (in review)

Mungai, N.W. and P.P. Motavalli. In review. Litter quality effects on carbon and nitrogen dynamics in temperate alley cropping systems. Applied Soil Ecology (in review)

Stamps, W.T., Woods, T.L.; McGraw, R.L.; and Linit, M.J. 2004. Arthropod communities in monocropped and black walnut intercropped alfalfa. 8th North American Agroforestry Conference. Abstract. p. 342.

Van Sambeek, J.W. and Garrett, H.E. 2004. Ground cover management in walnut and other hardwood plantings. In: Michler, C.E. and others, ed. Proc., 6th Black Walnut Symposium. Gen. Tech. Rep. NC-. St. Paul, MN: USDA FS NCRS. (in press)

2003:
Gray D, H.E. Garrett, S.G. Pallardy and G.E. Rottinghaus. 2003. An introduction to incorporating botanicals into alley cropping practices. In: Clason TR, ed. Land Use Management for the Future, Proc. 6th N. Amer. Agroforestry Conference Hot Spings, AR. Columbia, MO: Association for Temperate Agroforestry. p 203-12.

Kirk, S.D, C.J. Starbuck and J.W. Van Sambeek. 2003. Comparing the growth of Gymnocladus dioicus in a pea gravel medium amended with calcined clay or expanded shale. Proceedings of the International Plant Propagators Society. 53: 599-601.

Struve, D.K., C.J. Starbuck and H. Mathers. 2003. Transplanting red oak using the Missouri Gravel Bed. HortScience. 38:836.

Van Sambeek, J.W. 2003. Legume ground covers alter defoliation response of black walnut saplings to drought and anthracnose. In: Proceedings, 13th Central Hardwood Forest Conference. Gen. Tech. Rep. NC-234. USDA Forest Service North Central Research Station. p. 556-565.

2002:
Stamps, W.T. and M.J. Linit. 2002. Oviposition choice by the black walnut curculio (Coleoptera: Curculionidae): A ten-year study. Environmental Entomology. (312): 281-284.

Stamps, W.T., T.L. Woods, H.E. Garrett, and M.J. Linit. 2002. Arthropod diversity in alley cropped black walnut (Juglans nigra) stands in eastern Missouri, USA. Agroforestry Systems. 56(2):167-175.

2000:
Garrett, H.E. and R.L. McGraw. 2000. Alley Cropping. IN: North American Agroforestry: An Integrated Science and Practice (H.E. Garrett, W.J. Rietveld and R.F. Fisher, ed's.). Agronomy Society of America, Madison, WI. pp. 149-188.

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Biomass

2004:
Pallardy, S. G., Gibbins, D. E., and Dowell, R. C. 2004. Temporal trends in branch morphology in young Populus clones. P 532. In: Yaussy, D., Hix, D. M., Goebel, P. C., and Long, R. P. (eds.) Proc. 14th Central Hardwood Conf., Wooster, OH, USDA For. Serv., GTR NE-316.

2003:
Pallardy S.G., D.E. Gibbins and J.L. Rhoads. 2003. Biomass production by two-year-old poplar clones on floodplain sites in the Lower Midwest, USA. Agrofor. Syst. 59:21-26.

Pallardy S.G. and D.E. Gibbins. 2003. Branch morphology in young poplar clones on floodplain sites in Missouri. In: Van Sambeek, J. W. Dawson, J. O., Ponder, F. Jr., Loewenstein, E. F., Fralish, J., Eds. Proc. 13th Central Hardwood Forest Conference 13:489-95.

Walter, W.D. and J.P. Dwyer. 2003. Survival results of a biomass planting in the Missouri River floodplain. In: Proceedings, 13th Central Hardwood Forest Conference. Gen. Tech. Rep. NC-234. USDA Forest Service North Central Research Station. p. 177-185

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Carbon Sequestration

2004:
Guyette, R.P., M.C. Stambaugh, and D.C. Dey. 2004. The American Long Oak Chronology (ALOC): development of a Holocene climate reconstruction for the agricultural heartland. EOS. (in press).

2003:
Guyette, R.P . 2003. Holocene oak tree-ring chronology development and analysis in the agricultural landscape of the midwestern United States. Published abstract and presentation. International Quaternary Association, Reno Nevada. July 2003.

Guyette, R.P. and M.C. Stambaugh. 2003. The age and density of ancient and modern oak in streams and stream sediments. IAWA Journal (International Association of Wood Anatomists). 24:345-353

Dey, D.C., R. Guyette and M. Stambaugh. 2003. Ancient wood uncovered. Missouri Conservationist 64(1):4-7

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Forest Farming

2005:
Abad, Z.G., J. Phillips, and A.L. Thomas. 2005. Black root and crown rot of black cohosh (Actaea racemosa L.) is associated to Phytophthora and Pythium species. Phytopathology 95:S1.

Byers, P., and A.L. Thomas. 2005. Elderberry Research and Production in Missouri. Proceedings of the 25th Missouri Small Fruit and Vegetable Conference. Southwest Missouri State University. Springfield, MO. 25:91-97.

2004:
Bruhn, J. N., Mihail, J. D., and Wetteroff, J. J., Jr. 2004. Shiitake cultivation in Midwestern agroforestry. Poster presentation abstract, in Proceedings, International Society of Mushroom Science 16th International Congress, 14-17 March 2004, Miami, FL. (Abstract accepted).

Bruhn, J. N., Mihail, J. D., and Wetteroff, J. J., Jr. 2004. Agroforestry mushroom Cultivation research at the University of Missouri. Poster presentation abstract, in Proceedings, 1st World Congress of Agroforestry, 27 June - 2 July 2004, Orlando, FL. (Abstract accepted).

Bruhn, J. N., Mihail, J. D., Wetteroff, J. J., Jr., and Pickens, J. B. 2004. Shiitake mushroom cultivation in Midwestern agroforestry. Oral paper presentation abstract, in Proceedings, 1st World Congress of Agroforestry, 27 June - 2 July 2004, Orlando, FL. (Abstract accepted).

2003:
Bruhn, J.N., Mihail, J.D., Wetteroff, J.J., Jr., and Clark, T.A. 2003. Evaluating management practices for log-grown shiitake production in midwestern agroforestry. In: Van Sambeek, J.W.; Dawson, J. O.; Ponder, F., Jr.; Loewenstein, E. F.; Fralish, J. S., eds. Proceedings, Thirteenth Central Hardwood Forest conference; 2002 April 1-3; Urbana, IL. Gen. Tech. Rep. NC-234. St. Paul, MN: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, North Central Research Station. p. 88-100.

Garrett, H.E. 2003. Roles for agroforestry in hardwood regeneration and natural-stand management. (Keynote Address). In: Van Sambeek, J.W.; Dawson, Jeffrey O.; Ponder, Felix, Jr.; Loewenstein, Edward F.; Fralish, James S., eds. Proceedings, Thirteenth Central Hardwood Forest conference; 2002 April 1-3; Urbana, IL. Gen. Tech. Rep. NC-234. St. Paul, MN: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, North Central Research Station. 565 p.

Gray D., S.G. Pallardy, H.E. Garrett and G.E. Rottinghaus. 2003. Acute drought stress and time of harvest on phytochemistry and dry weight of St. John's wort leaves and flowers. Planta Medica 69:1024-30.

Gray, D.E., S.G. Pallardy, H.E. Garrett and G.E. Rottinghaus. 2003. Acute drought stress and root age effects on alkamide and phenolic acid content in purple coneflower roots. Planta Medica. 69(1):50-55.

2001:
Gray, D., C.A. Roberts, G.E. Rottinghaus, H.E. Garrett and S.G. Pallardy. 2001. Quantification of root chicoric acid in purple coneflower by near infrared reflectance spectroscopy. Crop Sci. 41:1159-1161.

2000:
Gray, D.E., G.E. Rottinghaus, H.E. Garrett and S.G. Pallardy. 2000. Simultaneous determination of the predominant hyperforins and hypericins in St. Johns wort (Hypericum perforatum L.) by liquid chromatography. International J. of the Association of Official Analytical Chemists. (844):944-949.

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Riparian Forest Buffers and Water Quality

2005:
Anderson, S.H., R.P. Udawatta, T. Seobi, and H.E. Garrett. 2005. Soil water content and infiltration in agroforestry buffer strips. pp. 1-17. In: K.N. Brooks and P.F. Ffolliott (ed.) Moving agroforestry into the mainstream. The Ninth North American Agroforestry Conference Proceedings, June 12-15, 2005, St. Paul, MN. Dept. of Forest Resources, University of Minnesota, St. Paul, MN. [CD-ROM].

Bailey, N., P.P. Motavalli, R.P. Udawatta, and K. Nelson. 2005. Effects of landscape position and temperate alley cropping practices on soil carbon dioxide and nitrous oxide flux in an agricultural watershed. pp. 1-14. In: K.N. Brooks and P.F. Ffolliott (ed.) Moving agroforestry into the mainstream. The Ninth North American Agroforestry Conference Proceedings, June 12-15, 2005, St. Paul, MN. Dept. of Forest Resources, University of Minnesota, St. Paul, MN. [CD-ROM].

Bentrup, G. 2005. Visualizing agroforestry alternatives or pixel this! In: Brooks, K.N. and Ffolliot, P.R. (ed.) Moving agroforestry into the mainstream. The Ninth North American Agroforestry Conference Proceedings, June 12-15, 2005, St. Paul, MN. Dept. of Forest Resources, University of Minnesota, St. Paul, MN. [CD-ROM].

Bentrup, G. M. Schoeneberger, M.G. Dosskey, G. Wells, T. Kellerman. 2005. Tool time: melding watershed and site goals on private lands. In: Brooks, K.N. and Ffolliot, P.R. (ed.) Moving agroforestry into the mainstream. The Ninth North American Agroforestry Conference Proceedings, June 12-15, 2005, St. Paul, MN. Dept. of Forest Resources, University of Minnesota, St. Paul, MN. [CD-ROM].

Bentrup, G. 2005. Getting the most out of riparian buffers. BufferNotes. February.

Bentrup, G. 2005. Visualizing buffer alternatives. BufferNotes. April.

Francis, C.A., M.L. Schneider, P. Skelton, M. Schoeneberger, and G. Bentrup. 2005. Methods for designing future food systems in peri-urban areas. Proc. Visualizing Food and Farm Meetings, Agriculture, Food and Human Values Society, Portland, Oregon. June 11. p. 48-49.

Kabrick, J.M., D.C. Dey, J.W. Van Sambeek, M. Wallendorf, and M.A. Gold. 2005. Soil properties and growth of swamp white oak and pin oak on bedded soils in the lower Missouri River floodplain. Forest Ecology and Management 204:315-327.

Lin, C.H., Lerch, R.N., Garrett H.E., and George, M.F. 2005. Incorporating forage grasses in riparian buffers for bioremediation of atrazine, isoxaflutole and nitrate. Agroforestry Systems 63(1):91-99

Lin, C.H., R.N. Lerch, R.J. Kremer, H.E. Garrett, R.P. Udawatta, and M.F. George. 2005. Soil microbiological activities in vegetative buffer strips and their association with herbicide degradation. pp. 1-10. In K.N. Brooks and P.F. Ffolliott (ed.) Moving agroforestry into the mainstream. The Ninth North American Agroforestry Conference Proceedings, June 12-15, 2005, St. Paul, Minnesota. Dept. of Forest Resources, University of Minnesota, St. Paul, MN. [CD-ROM].

Mungai, N.W., P.P. Motavalli, R.J. Kremer, and K.A. Nelson. 2005. Spatial variation of soil enzyme activities and microbial functional diversity in temperate alley cropping systems. Biol. Fertil. Soils 42:129-136.

Seobi, T., S.H. Anderson, R.P. Udawatta, and C.J. Gantzer. 2005. Influences of grass and agroforestry buffer strips on soil hydraulic properties. Soil Science Society of America Journal 69: 893-901.

Tomer, M.D., M.G. Dosskey, M.R. Burkart, D.E. James, M.J. Helmers, and D.E. Eisenhauer. 2005. Placement of riparian forest buffers to improve water quality. In: Brooks, K.N. and Ffolliot, P.R. (ed.) Moving agroforestry into the mainstream. The Ninth North American Agroforestry Conference Proceedings, June 12-15, 2005, St. Paul, MN. Dept. of Forest Resources, University of Minnesota, St. Paul, MN. [CD-ROM].

Udawatta, R.P., P.O. Nygren, and H.E. Garrett. 2005. Growth of three oak species during establishment in an agroforestry practice for watershed protection. Canadian Journal of Forest Research. 35:602-609.

Udawatta, R.P., S.H. Anderson, and H.E. Garrett. 2005. Tree, grass, and crop root length densities and soil water content within an agroforestry buffer system. 16 p. In: K.N. Brooks and P.F. Ffolliott (ed.) Moving agroforestry into the mainstream. The Ninth North American Agroforestry Conference Proceedings, June 12-15, 2005, St. Paul, MN. Dept. of Forest Resources, University of Minnesota, St. Paul, MN. [CD-ROM].

Zaimes, G.N., R.C. Schultz, T.M. Isenhart, S.K. Mickelson, J.L. Kovar, J.R. Russell, and W.P. Powers. 2005. Stream bank erosion under different land-use practices in Northeast Iowa. 10 p. In: K.N. Brooks and P.F. Ffolliott (ed.) Moving agroforestry into the mainstream. The Ninth North American Agroforestry Conference Proceedings, June 12-15, 2005, St. Paul, MN. Dept. of Forest Resources, University of Minnesota, St. Paul, MN. [CD-ROM].

2004:
Bentrup, G. and T. Kellerman. 2004. Where should buffers go? - modeling riparian habitat connectivity in northeast Kansas. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation 59:209-213.

Bentrup, G., M.M. Schoeneberger, M.G. Dosskey, and G. Wells. 2004. The fourth 'P': planning for multi-purpose riparian buffers. Proceedings of the 8th North American Agroforestry Conference. Corvallis, OR. June 22-25. p. 26-37.

Bentrup, G. and T. Kellerman. 2004. Agroforestry and GIS: achieving land productivity and environmental protection. Proceedings of the 8th North American Agroforestry Conference. Corvallis, OR. June 22-25. p. 15-25.

Coggeshall, M.V.; Van Sambeek, J.W.; Schlarbaum, S.E. 2004. Flood tolerance evaluation of bottomland oaks in a multi-channel field laboratory. In: Weigel, D.; Van Sambeek, J.W.; Michler, C., eds, Ninth Workshop on Seedling Physiology and Growth Problems in Oak Plantings (Abstracts). 2004 October 18-20; West Lafayette, IN. Gen. Tech. Rep. NC ____. St. Paul, MN: U.S.D.A. Forest Service, North Central Research Station. (accepted).

Dey, D.; Kabrick, J. 2004. Regenerating oaks in Missouri's bottomlands. Missouri Conservationist 65(7): 18-22

Dey, D.C., J.M. Kabrick, and M.A. Gold 2004. Tree establishment in floodplain agroforestry practices. In Proceedings 8th North American Agroforestry Conference. 22-25 June 2003. Oregon State University. Corvallis, OR. p. 102-115.

Dey, D.C.; Lovelace, W.; Kabrick, J.M.; Gold, M.A. 2004. Production and early field performance of RPM seedlings in Missouri floodplains. In: Michler, C.H.; Pijut, P.M.; Van Sambeek, J.; Coggeshall, M.; Seifert, J.; Woeste, K.; Overton, R., eds. Black walnut in a new century, proceedings of the 6th Walnut Council research symposium; 2004 July 25-28; Lafayette, IN. Gen. Tech. Rep. NC-243. St. Paul, MN: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, North Central Research Station: 59-65

Dey, D.C.; Kabrick, J.M.; Gold, M.A. 2004. Evaluation of RPMTM oak seedlings in afforesting floodplain crop fields along the Missouri River. In: 9th workshop on seedling physiology and problems in oak plantings. 18-20 October 2004. West Lafayette, IN. USDA Forest Service, North Central Research Station. General Technical Report NC- (IN PRESS)

Dugger, S.; Dey, D.C.; Millspaugh, J.J. 2004. Vegetation cover effects mammal herbivory on planted oaks and success of reforesting Missouri River bottomland fields. In Connor, K.F., ed. Proceedings 12th Biennial Southern Silvicultural Conference. 24-28 February 2003. Biloxi, MS. General Technical Report SRS-71. Asheville, NC: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service Southern Research Station. 3-6

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):401-421.

Guyette, R.P, D.C. Dey and M.A. Gold. 2004. A temporal perspective on coarse woody debris, carbon sequestering, and aquatic habitat in riparian ecosystems. In Proceedings 8th North American Agroforestry Conference. 22-25 June 2003. Oregon State University. Corvallis, OR. Published abstract and presentation. p. 307-308

Lin, C.H., R.N. Lerch, M.F. George, and H.E. Garrett. 2004. Incorporation of selected forage grasses in riparian buffers designed for the bioremediation of atrazine, isoxaflutole (Balance) and nitrate. Agroforestry Systems. (in press)

Lin, C.H., Lerch, R.N., Jordan, D., Garrett, H.E., and George, M.F. 2004. The effects of herbicides (atrazine and Balance) and ground covers on microbial biomass carbon and nitrate reduction. Proceedings of the 8th North American Agroforestry Conference, June 22-25, 2003 Corvallis, Oregon). p. 182-195.

Marquez, C.O., V.J. Garcia, C.A. Cambardella, R.C. Schultz, and T.M. Isenhart. 2004. Aggregates Size Stability Distribution and Soil Stability. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. 68:725-735.

Schultz, R.C., T.M. Isenhart, W.W. Simpkins, and J.P. Colletti. 2004. Riparian Forest Buffers in Agroecosystems -Lessons Learned from the Bear Creek Watershed, Central Iowa, USA. Chapter 2 In: P. K. R. Nair, M. R. Rao, and L. E. Buck (Eds.) New Vistas in Agroforestry. Agroforestry Systems 61: 35-50.

Udawatta, R.J., P.P. Motavalli and H.E. Garrett. 2004. Phosphorus loss and runoff characteristics in three adjacent agricultural watersheds with claypan soils. J. Environ. Qual. 33:1709-1719.

Van Sambeek, J.W.; Coggeshall, M.V. 2004. Evaluating physiological response and genetic variation of oak species for flood tolerance. Missouri Forestry Newsletter. 20(2): 3-5.

2003:
Allen, S.B., J.P. Dwyer, D.C. Wallace, and E.A. Cook. 2003. Role of woody corridor width in levee protection. J. of the Am. Water Resources Assn (394):923-933.

Bentrup, G., M.M. Schoeneberger, M.G. Dosskey, and G. Wells. 2003. Beyond patterns: tools to balance production and environmental goals on private lands. Proceedings of the 6th International Association of Landscape Ecology World Congress. Darwin, Australia, July 13-17.

Dey, D.C., J.M. Kabrick, and M.A. Gold. 2003. Establishing oaks in Big River floodplains. Missouri Society of American Foresters. Missouri Forestry Newsletter 19(1):3-5

Dey, D.C. J. M. Kabrick, J. Grabner and M.A. Gold. 2003. Restoring oaks in the Missouri River floodplain. IN: Proc. 29th Annual Hardwood Symp. Hardwood silviculture and sustainability: 2001 and beyond. May 17-19, 2001. French Lick, IN. National Hardwood Lumber Assoc. p. 8-20.

Dosskey, M.G., M.J. Helmers, D.E. Eisenhauser, T.G. Franti, and K.D. Hoagland. 2003. Hydrologic routing of farm runoff and implications for riparian buffers. Proceedings of AWRA Conference Agricultural Hydrology and Water Quality. American Water Resources Association. Kansas City, MO, May 12-14

Dugger, S., D.C. Dey and J.J. Millspaugh. 2003. Vegetation cover effects mammal herbivory on planted oaks and success of reforesting Missouri River bottomland fields. In Proceedings 12th Biennial Southern Silvicultural Conference. 25-27 February 2003. Biloxi, MS. General Technical Report SRS-. U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service Southern Research Station. Asheville, NC. (in press)

Grossman, B.C., M.A. Gold and D.C. Dey. 2003. Restoration of hard mast species for wildlife in Missouri using precocious flowering oak in the Missouri River floodplain, USA. Agroforestry Systems 59: 3-10.

Grossman, B.C., M.A. Gold and D.C. Dey. 2003. Effect of acorn mass and size, and early shoot growth on one-year-old container-grown RPMTM oak seedlings. In: Van Sambeek, J.W.; Dawson, Jeffrey O.; Ponder, Felix, Jr.; Loewenstein, Edward F.; Fralish, James S., eds. Proceedings, Thirteenth Central Hardwood Forest conference; 2002 April 1-3; Urbana, IL. Gen. Tech. Rep. NC-234. St. Paul, MN: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, North Central Research Station. p. p 405-414

Guyette, R.P.; Stambaugh, M.C. 2003. The age and density of ancient and modern oak in streams and stream sediments. International Association of Wood Anatomists Journal. 24:345-353.

Hall, D. L., B. S. Bergthold, and R. W. Sites. 2003. Macroinvertebrate communities of prairie streams in Missouri: The influence of adjacent land uses. J. Freshwater Ecology 18(1): 55-68. Lee, K., T.M. Isenhart, and R.C. Schultz. 2003. Sediment and nutrient removal in an established multi-species riparian buffer. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation. 58(1):1-8. Lin, C.H., R.N. Lerch, H.E. Garrett, M.F. George. 2003. Degradation of isoxaflutole (Balance) herbicide by hypochlorite in tap water. Journal of Agricultural & Food Chemistry. 51(27):8011-8014

Lin, C.H., R.N. Lerch, H.E. Garrett, W.G. Johnson, D. Jordan, M.F. George. 2003. The effect of five forage species on transport and transformation of atrazine and isoxaflutole (balance) in lysimeter leachate. Journal of Environmental Quality. 32(6):1992-2000.

Shaw, G.W.; Dey, D.C.; Kabrick, J.; Grabner, J.; Muzika, R.M. 2003. Comparison of site preparation methods and stock types for artificial regeneration of oaks in bottomlands. In J.W.

Tufekcioglu, A., J.W. Raich, T.M. Isenhart, and R.C. Schultz. 2003. Biomass, carbon and nitrogen dynamics of multi-species riparian buffer zones within an agricultural watershed. Agroforestry Systems. 57(3): 187-198

2002:
Bharati, L. K-H Lee, T.M. Isenhart, and R. C. Schultz. 2002 Riparian zone soil-water infiltration under crops, pasture and established buffers. Agroforestry Systems. 56:249-257.

Bentrup, G. and T. Leininger. 2002. Agroforestry: mapping the way with GIS. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation 57(6): 148a-153a.

Dosskey, M.G. 2002. Setting priorities for research on pollution reduction functions of agricultural buffers. Environmental Management (305):641-650.2

Dosskey, M.G., M.J. Helmers, D.E. Eisenhauser, T.G. Franti, and K.D. Hoagland. 2002. Site-scale buffer area-ratio method for assessing riparian buffer performance. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation (576):336-343.

Dosskey, M.G. 2002. Riparian forest buffers and water quality: future uses and information needs. Proceedings of the Society of American Foresters. Winston-Salem, NC, October 5-9.

Guyette, R.P., W.G. Cole, D.C. Dey, and R.M. Muzika. 2002. Age distributions of large woody debris in riparian carbon pools. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences (593): 578-585

Lin, C.H., R.N. Lerch, H.E. Garrett and M.F. George. 2002. A proposed riparian buffer design to maximize the bioremediation capacity on atrazine, Balance (isoxaflutole) and nutrient removal. Proceedings of the 7th North American Agroforestry Conference (W. Schroeder and J. Korts, ed's.), Aug. 12-15, 2001. Saskatchewan, Canada. pp. 256-265.

Lin, C.H., R.N. Lerch, H.E. Garrett, E.M. Thurman, and M.F. George. 2002. Determination of balance (isoxaflutole) and its metabolites in water using sold phase extraction followed by high-performance liquid chromatography with UV or mass spectrometry. Journal of Agricultural Food & Chemistry. 50(21):5816-5824.

Lowrance, R., S. Dabney, R. Schultz. 2002. Improving water and soil quality with conservation buffers. J. Soil and Water Conservation 57:36A-43A.

Marquez, C.O., V.J. Garcia, C.A. Cambardella, R.C. Schultz, and T.M. Isenhart. Aggregates Size Stability Distribution and Soil Stability. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J.(In press).

Qiu, Zeyuan, Tony Prato, Larry Godsey and Verel Benson. 2002. Integrated assessment of uses of woody draws in agricultural landscapes. Journal of American Water Resources Association. 38(5):1255-1269.

Schultz, R.C., J.P. Colletti, T.M. Isenhart, C.O. Marquez, W.W. Simpkins and C.J. Ball. 2000. Riparian forest buffer practices. Chapter 7 pp 189-282; in: Garrett, H.E., W.J. Rietveld and R.F. Fisher (eds.) North American Agroforestry: An integrated science and practices. American Society of Agronomy, Madison, WI. 402 pp.

Simpkins, W.W., T. R. Wineland, R. J. Anders, D. A. Johnston, T. M. Isenhart, and R. C. Schultz 2002. Hydrogeological constraints on riparian buffers for reduction of diffuse pollution; Examples from the Bear Creek Watershed in Iowa. Journal of Water Science and Technology 45:61-68.

Stewards of our streams: Maintenance of riparian buffers. Pm1626c, March, 2002. Iowa State University Extension, Ames, Iowa

Udawatta, R.P., J.J. Krstansky, G.H. Henderson and H.E. Garrett. 2002. Agroforestry Practices, Runoff and Nutrient Loss: A Paired Watershed Comparison. Journal of Environmental Quality. 31:1214- 1225.

Van Sambeek, J.O. Dawson, F. Ponder Jr., E.F. Loewenstein, J.S. Fralish, eds. Proceedings 13th Central Hardwood Forest Conference; 2002 April 1-3; Urbana, IL. General Technical Report NC-234. St. Paul, MN: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, North Central Research Station: p. 186-198 (Refereed)

2001:
Lin, C.H., R.N. Lerch, H.E. Garrett, and M.F. George. 2001. The effect of five forage species on the fate of atrazine and Balance (isoxaflutole). International Association of Environmental Analytical Chemists 8th Symposium on the Fate of Modern Pesticides in Copenhagen, Denmark in August 2001. (poster)

Lin, C.H., R.N. Lerch, M.F. George, and H.E. Garrett. 2001. Incorporation of selected forage grasses in riparian buffers designed for the bioremediation of atrazine, balance (isoxaflutole) and nitrate. Proceedings of the 7th North American Agroforestry Conference, Regina, Saskatchewan, Aug. 13-15, 2001. p. 256-265.

Lin, C.H., R.N. Lerch, Y.X. Li, E.M. Thurman, H.E. Garrett, and M.F. George. 2001. Determination of Balance (isoxaflutole) and its metabolites in water, soil, and plant material using high- performance liquid chromatography and mass spectrometry. International Association of Environmental Analytical Chemists 8th Symposium on the Fate of Modern Pesticides in Copenhagen, Denmark in August 2001. (poster)

Tufekcioglu, A., J.W. Raich, T.M. Isenhart and R.C. Schultz. 2001. Soil respiration within riparian buffers and adjacent crop fields. Plant and Soil 229:117-124.

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Silvopasture and Forages

2005:
Ares, A., D.K. Brauer, and D.M. Burner. 2005. Growth of southern pines at different stand configurations in silvopastoral practices. 8 p. In: K.N. Brooks and P.F. Ffolliott (ed.) Moving agroforestry into the mainstream. The Ninth North American Agroforestry Conference Proceedings, June 12-15, 2005, St. Paul, MN. Dept. of Forest Resources, University of Minnesota, St. Paul, MN. [CD-ROM].

Ares, A., and K. Brauer. 2005. Aboveground biomass partitioningt in loblolly pine silvopastoral stands: spatial configuration and pruning effects. Forest Ecology and Management 219:176-184.

2004:
Cutter, B.E., M.V. Coggeshall, J.E. Phelps and D.D. Stokke. 2004. Impacts of forest management activities on selected hardwood wood quality attributes: A review. Wood and Fiber Science. 36:84-97.

Garrett, H.E., M.S. Kerley, K.P. Ladyman, W.D. Walter, L.D. Godsey, J.W. VanSambeek and D.K. Brauer. 2004. Hardwood Silvopasture Management in North America. In: Nair PKR, Rao MR, and Buck LE (eds), Agroforestry Systems 61,21-33. Also in New Vistas in Agroforestry: A Compendium for the 1st World Congress of Agroforestry, Kluwer, Dordrecth, The Netherlands, 2004.

Kallenbach, R.L., M.S. Kerley, and G.J. Bishop-Hurley. 2004. Forage and livestock production from silvopastures planted to annual ryegrass/cereal rye. Abstract. In Proc. Eighth Biennial Conf. on Agroforestry in North America. 22-25 Jun. 2003. Corvallis, OR. p. 313.

Ladyman, K.P, M.S. Kerley, R.L. Kallenbach, H.E. Garrett, J.W. Van Sambeek, and N.E.Navarrete-Tindall. 2004. Quality and quantity evaluations of shade grown forages. p. 175-181. In Proc. Eighth Biennial Conf. on Agroforestry in North America. 22-25 Jun. 2003. Corvallis, OR. p. 175-181.

McGraw, R.L., F.W. Shockley, J.F. Thompson, and C.A. Roberts. 2004. Evaluation of fifteen native legume species for forage yield, quality, and seed production. Native Plants J. (accepted)

Niedermann, M.L. and R.L. McGraw. 2004. Effects of light on nonstructural carbohydrate accumulation in roots of alfalfa. Proceedings 8th Biennial AFTA Convention, Corvallis, Oregon. S. Sharrow, ed. June 22-25, 2003. p. 206-212.

Shockley, F.W., R.L. McGraw, and H.E. Garrett. 2004. Effects of Rhizobium and arbuscular mycorrhiza on the growth and nutrient concentration of two native legumes. Agroforestry Systems 60(2): 137-142.

2003:
Kallenbach, R.L., G.J. Bishop-Hurley, M.D. Massie, M.S. Kerley, and C.A. Roberts. 2003. Stockpiled annual ryegrass for winter forage in the lower Midwestern USA. Crop Sci. 43(4):1414-1419

Kallenbach, R.L., G.J. Bishop-Hurley, M.D. Massie, G.E. Rottinghaus, and C.P. West. 2003. Herbage mass, nutritive value, and ergovaline concentration of stockpiled tall fescue. Crop Sci. 43:1001-1005.

Kallenbach, R.L., M.S. Kerley, and G.J. Bishop-Hurley. Forage accumulation, quality and livestock production from an annual ryegrass and cereal rye mixture in a pine-walnut silvopasture. ( In Review, Agroforestry Systems, submitted May 2003).

McGraw, R.L., F.W. Shockley, and T. Elam. 2003. Effects of temperature on germination of ten native legume species. Native Plants Journal 4:5-9.

Navarrete-Tindall, N., L. Mechlin, and J.W. Van Sambeek. 2003. Shade tolerance of Festuca paradox Desv., a cool-season grass native to North America. In: Proceedings, 18th North American Prairie Conference. Kirksville, MO: Truman State University: 178-181.

Navarrete-Tindall, N.E., J.W. Van Sambeek, S.D. Kirk, and R.L. McGraw. 2003. Adaption of four Amorpha legume shrubs to four light levels. In: Proceedings, 13th Central Hardwood Forest Conference. Gen. Tech. Rep. NC-234. USDA Forest Service North Central Research Station. P. 203-205.

2002:
Bishop-Hurley, G.J., and R.L. Kallenbach. 2002. Does grazing management impact the production and winter survival of annual ryegrass? p. 275. In Proc. American Forage and Grassland Council. 14-17 Jul. 2002. Bloomington, MN. AFGC, Georgetown, TX. (Refereed).

Bishop-Hurley G.J., and R.L. Kallenbach. 2002. Grazing management impacts the winter survival of annual ryegrass. In Agronomy Abstracts. ASA, Madison, WI.

Huck, M.H., M.S. Kerley, H.E. Garrett, R.L. McGraw, J. Van Sambeek and N. Navarette-Tendall. 2002. Effect of shade on forage quality. Proceedings of the 7th North American Agroforestry Conference (W. Schroeder and J. Korts, ed's.), Aug. 12-15, 2001. Saskatchewan, Canada. pp. 125-134.

Kallenbach, R.L., C.J. Nelson, and J.H. Coutts. 2002. Yield, quality, and persistence of grazing- and hay-type alfalfa under three harvest frequencies. Agron. J. 94:1094-1103.

Kallenbach, R.L., and G.J. Bishop-Hurley. 2002. Extending the grazing season by overseeding corn with annual ryegrass. In Agronomy Abstracts. ASA, Madison, WI.

Kallenbach, R.L., G.J. Bishop-Hurley, G.E. Rottinghaus, M.D. Massie, and C.P. West. 2002. Yield, quality, and toxicity of stockpiled tall fescue. p. 242-246. In Proc. American Forage and Grassland Council. 14-17 Jul. 2002. Bloomington, MN. AFGC, Georgetown, TX. (Refereed).

Kallenbach, R.L., M.S. Kerley, and G.J. Bishop-Hurley. 2002. Forage and Livestock Production from a Winter Annual Forage System in a Silvopastoral Setting - Annual Ryegrass/Cereal Rye for Silvopasture. In Proc. ARS/EPA Program Review, Columbia, MO. 14-15 Nov. 2002. Univ. Missouri, Columbia, MO.

Kallenbach, R.L., and C.A. Roberts. 2002. Performance of steers fed ammoniated aftermath of tall fescue infected with endemic and introduced endophytes. p.73-74. In C.A. Roberts (ed.) Proc. Tall Fescue Toxicosis Workshop. 27-29 Oct. 2002. Wildersville, TN. MFGC, Columbia, MO.

Kallenbach, R.L. 2002. Lengthening the grazing season. p.13-15. In Proc. 6th Annual Heartland Forage Conf. 16 Mar. 2002. Park Hills, MO. MFGC, Columbia, MO.

Lehmkuhler, J., E.E.D. Felton, D.A. Schmidt, K.J. Bader, A. Moore, M.B. Huck, H.E. Garrett and M.S. Kerley. 2002. Grazing during the establishment period: Methods of tree protection and impact of grazing on tree and animal performance. Proceedings of the 7th North American Agroforestry Conference (W. Schroeder and J. Korts, ed's.), Aug. 12-15, 2001. Saskatchewan, Canada. pp. 135-143.

O'connor, H.J. and R.M. Muzika. 2002. Evaluating native species establishment in a savanna restoration project. 18th North American Prairie Conference. Presentation and published abstract

2001:
Kallenbach, R.L., R.L. McGraw, P.R. Beuselinck, and C.A. Roberts. 2001. Summer and autumn growth of rhizomatous birdsfoot trefoil. Crop Science. 41:149-156.

Lin, C.H., R.L. McGraw, M.F. George and H.E. Garrett. 2001. Shade effects on quality and morphological development of forage crops with potential in temperate agroforestry practices. Agroforestry Systems 53:269-281

Lin, C.H., R.L. McGraw, M.F. George, and H.E. Garrett. 2001. Nutritive Quality and Morphological Development under Partial Shade of Some Forage Species with Agroforestry Potential. Agroforestry Systems (533):269-281.

McGraw, R.L. N. E. Navarrete-Tindall, and J.W. Van Sambeek. 2001. Effect of shade on growth and nodulation of six native legumes with potential for use in agroforestry. 7th Biennial Conference on Agroforestry in North America Abstracts. August 13-15, Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada p 50.

O'connor, H.J. and R.M. Muzika. 2001. Success of Native prairie / savanna species in an agroforestry project. Missouri Natural Resources Conference. Presentation and published Abstract.

2000:
Lin, C.H., R.L. McGraw, M.F. George, and H.E. Garrett. 2000. Shade Effects on Nutritive Quality and Morphological Development of Forage Species with Potential in Agroforestry. Agroforestry Systems 44: 109-110.

McGraw, R.L., Navarrete-Tindall, N. E., J. W. Van Sambeek. 2000. Effects of shade on growth and nodulation of selected native legumes. Agron. Abstrs. p. 140.

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Tree-Crop Interactions

2005:
Stamps, W.T., T.L. Woods, R.L. McGraw, and M.J. Linit. 2005. Arthropod communities in temperate agroforestry: Theory and reality. Proceedings of the 9th North American Agroforestry Conference, Rochester, MN. (CD-ROM) 6pp.

2004:
Bailey, N.J., P.P. Motavalli, R.P. Udawatta, and K.A. Nelson. 2004. Soil C and N distribution and gaseous flux due to landscape position and temperate alley cropping practices in an agricultural watershed. Agron. Abstr., American Society of Agronomy, Madison, WI.[non-paginated CD-ROM]

Jose, S., A.R. Gillespie and S.G. Pallardy. 2004. Interspecific interactions in temperate agroforestry. Agroforestry Systems 61: 237-255.

Stamps, W.T., Woods, T.L.; McGraw, R.L.; and Linit, M.J. 2004. Arthropod communities in monocropped and black walnut intercropped alfalfa. 8th North American Agroforestry Conference. Abstract. p. 342.

2002:
Stamps, W.T., T.L. Woods, and M.J. Linit. 2002. Arthropod dynamics in monocropped and black walnut-alley cropped forages. Proceedings 7th Biennial Conference on Agroforestry in NA., Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada, August 13-15, 2001. p. 167-169

2001:
Miller, A.W. and S.G. Pallardy. 2001. Resource competition across the tree-crop interface in a maize-silver maple temperate alley cropping stand in Missouri. Agroforestry Systems 53(3):247-259.

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Wildlife and Agroforestry

2005:
Heitmeyer, M.E., R.J. Cooper, J.G. Dickson, and B.D. Leopold. 2005. Ecological relationships of warm-blooded vertebrates in bottomland hardwood ecosystems. pp 281-306. In L.H. Fredrickson, S.A. King, and R.M. Kaminski, Eds. Ecology and management of bottomland hardwood ecosystems: The state of our understanding. University of Missouri-Columbia, Gaylord Memorial Laboratory Special Publication No. 10. Puxico, MO.

2004:
Euliss, N.H., Jr., J.W. LaBaugh, L.H. Fredrickson, D.M. Mushet, G.A. Swanson, T.C. Winter, D.O. Rosenberry, and R.D. Nelson. 2004. The wetland continuum: a conceptual framework for interpreting biological studies. Wetlands (in press).

Fredrickson, L.H. 2004. Contemporary bottomland hardwood systems: structure, function, and hydrology resulting from two centuries of anthropogenic activities. Pages ____ in L. H. Fredrickson, S.A. King, and R.M. Kaminski, eds. Ecology and Management of Bottomland Hardwood Systems: The State of our Understanding. University of Missouri-Columbia. Gaylord Memorial Laboratory, Puxico.

Heitmeyer, M.E., R.J. Cooper, J.G. Dickson, and B.D. Leopold. 2004. Ecological relationships of warmblooded vertebrates in bottomland hardwood ecosystems. Pages ____ in L. H. Fredrickson, S.A. King, and R.M. Kaminski, eds. Ecology and Management of Bottomland Hardwood Systems: The State of our Understanding. University of Missouri-Columbia. Gaylord Memorial Laboratory, Puxico.

Hodges, J., A. Ezell, L.H. Fredrickson, M. Staten, and P. Hammel. 2004. Silviculture and management of bottomland hardwood forests. Pages ____ in L. H. Fredrickson, S.A. King, and R.M. Kaminski, eds. Ecology and Management of Bottomland Hardwood Systems: The State of our Understanding. University of Missouri-Columbia. Gaylord Memorial Laboratory, Puxico

2003:
Furey, M.A., D.E. Burhans, H. He, M.A. Gold and B.E. Cutter. 2003. Effect of vegetation structure on breeding territory selection by red-winged blackbirds in a floodplain forest restoration project. p. 211-212. IN: Van Sambeek, J.W.; Dawson, Jeffrey O.; Ponder, Felix, Jr.; Loewenstein, Edward F.; Fralish, James S., eds. Proceedings, Thirteenth Central Hardwood Forest conference; 2002 April 1-3; Urbana, IL. Gen. Tech. Rep. NC-234. St. Paul, MN: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, North Central Research Station. 565 p.

Warwick, J. A. 2003. Distribution and abundance of swamp rabbits and bats in fragmented wetland forests of southeastern Missouri. M.S. thesis, University of Missouri, Columbia, MO.

2002:
Grossman, B.C., M.A. Gold and D.C. Dey. 2002. Restoration of hard mast species for wildlife in Missouri floodplains: precocious flowering in Quercus. IN: W. Schroeder and J Kort, (eds.) Proceedings 7th Biennial Conference on Agroforestry in North America. August 12-15, 2001, Saskatchewan, Canada. p. 233-242.

2001:
Pierce, R.A. II, D. T. Farrand and W.B. Kurtz. 2001. Projecting the bird community response resulting from the adoption of shelterbelt agroforestry practices in Eastern Nebraska. Agroforestry Systems (533):333-350.

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Flood Tolerance and Bottomland Restoration

2005:
Dey, D.C., J.M. Kabrick, and M.A. Gold. 2005. Evaluation of RPMTM oak seedlings in afforesting floodplain crop fields along the Missouri River. In: 9th workshop on seedling physiology and problems in oak plantings. 18-20 October 2004. West Lafayette, IN. USDA Forest Service, North Central Research Station. General Technical Report NC-262: 3.

Kabrick, J.M., D.C. Dey, J.W. Van Sambeek, M. Wallendorf, and M.A. Gold. 2005. Soil properties and growth of swamp white oak and pin oak on bedded soils in the lower Missouri River floodplain. Forest Ecology and Management 204:315-327.

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Socio-economics, policy, marketing

2005:
Arbuckle, J.G. Jr., C. Valdivia, A. Raedeke, J. Green, and J.S. Rikoon. 2005. The non-operator landowner and agroforestry: An analysis of factors associated with interest in agroforestry practices. In: Moving agroforestry into the mainstream. The Ninth North American Agroforestry Conference Proceedings, K.N. Brooks, and P.F. Folliott, Eds. St. Paul, MN: Dept. of Forest Resources, University of Minnesota.

Flower, T., C. Valdivia, and H. Dorr. 2005. Habitus and Interest in Agroforestry Practices in Missouri. American Agricultural Economics Association Meetings. Providence, Rhode Island, July 24-27. Published Electronically at AgEcon Search http://agecon.lib.umn.edu/cgi-bin/pdf_view.pl?paperid=16298&ftype=.pdf

Gold, M.A., L.D. Godsey, and M.M. Cernusca. 2005. Applying the five forces model to competitive market analysis of Eastern red cedar. Forest Products Journal 55(12):58-65.

Gold, M.A., M.M. Cernusca, and L.D. Godsey. 2005. Update on Consumers’ Preferences for Chestnuts. HortTechnology 15(4):904-906.

Gold, M.A., M.M Cernusca, and L.D. Godsey. 2005. Chestnut Market Analysis Producer’s Perspective. UMCA Publication 34 p. http://www.centerforagroforestry.org/pubs/chestnutmarketreport.pdf

Valdivia, C., and C. Poulos. 2005. Factors Affecting Farm Operators’ Interest in Incorporating Riparian Buffers and Forest Farming Practices in Northeast and Southeast Missouri. Moving Agroforestry into the Mainstream, The Ninth North American Agroforestry Conference. Proceedings, K.N. Brooks and P.F. Folliott, Eds. St. Paul, MN: Dept. of Forest Resources, University of Minnesota.

2004:
Godsey, L.D., M.A. Gold and M.M. Cernusca. 2004. Eastern Red Cedar: A Competitive Market Analysis. In: Proceedings 8th Biennial Conference on Agroforestry in North America. S. Sharrow, ed. June 22-25, 2003, Corvallis, OR, USA p. 128-141

Gold, M.A., M.M. Cernusca and L.D. Godsey. 2004. Comparing consumer preferences for chestnuts with eastern black walnuts and pecans. HortTechnology 14(4):583-589.

Gold, M.A., L.D. Godsey and S.J. Josiah. 2004. Markets and Marketing Strategy for Agroforestry Specialty Products in North America. Agroforestry Systems 61:371-382.

Gold, M.A., L.D. Godsey and M.M. Cernusca. 2004. Eastern Red Cedar Market Analysis. UMCA Publication 48 p. http://www.centerforagroforestry.org/profit/redcedar/analysis.pdf

Valdivia, C. and S. Konduru. 2004. Interest in Agroforestry Practices and the Role of Government Transfers in Farmer Diversification Strategies. June 22-26. 8th North American Agroforestry Conference. Corvallis, Oregon. p. 281-296.

2003:
Raedeke, A.; J. Green; S.S. Hodge; C. Valdivia. 2003. Farmers, the Practice of Farming and the Future of Agroforestry: An Application of Bourdieu's Concepts of Field and Habitus. Rural Sociology. 68(1):64-86.

2002:
Gold, M.A., L.D. Godsey and V. Kotseva. 2002. Eastern Red Cedar: A preliminary market analysis. 25 p.

Qiu Z.Y., T. Prato, L.D. Godsey and V. Benson. 2002. Integrated assessment of uses of woody draws in agricultural landscapes. Journal of the American Water Resources Association. 38(5):1255-1269.

Valdivia, C., S. Hodge, A. Raedeke. 2002. Rural Livelihoods and Agroforestry Practices in the Missouri Flood Plains. Proceedings of the 17th Symposium, International Farming Systems Association, Florida.

Valdivia, C. A. Raedeke, S. Hodge, J. Green and L. Godsey. 2002. "The Economic and Social Value of Flood plain Agroforestry to Rural Development: A Baseline Economic and Social Profile of Producers in Northeast and Southeast of Missouri, The Fox-Wyaconda Watershed and Scott County." Agricultural Economics Working Papers AEWP 2000-4. Department of Agricultural Economics MU. Columbia, Missouri. Available through the Ag Econ website: http://dass.missouri.edu/agecon/department/workingpapers/default.htm.

2001:
Godsey, Larry D. 2001. "Economic differences between agriculture and agroforestry." In Proceedings from the 7th Biennial North American Agroforestry Conference, Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada, August 2001. p. 94-100.

Godsey, Larry D. 2001. "Tax Considerations for the Establishment of Agroforestry Practices" UMCA 3-2001

Godsey, Larry D. 2001. Economic Budgeting for Agroforestry Practices, Proceedings of Fields and Forest 2000: A Coastal Agroforestry Conference and Trade Show, Oct.13-14, 2000, Cumberland, British Columbia."

Gold, M. A. and L.D. Godsey. 2001. A framework to analyze markets for traditional and nontraditional Midwestern agroforestry products: The case of eastern red cedar. IN: W. Schroeder and J Kort, (eds.) Proceedings 7th Biennial Conference on Agroforestry in North America. August 12-15, 2001, Saskatchewan, Canada. p. 179-184.

Valdivia, C., S. Hodge, and A. Raedeke. 2001. "Rural livelihoods, production systems and farmers' perceptions: Potential agroforestry practices as alternatives in Missouri." Presented at "R&D Policies and Impact Assessment." Organized by NC-208. March 30-31, University of California Berkeley, Berkeley, CA. 15 pp

2000:
Godsey, Larry D. 2000. An Economic Analysis of Black Walnut Alley Cropping in NE, in The Temperate Agroforester, 8(4):8-9.

Godsey, Larry D. 2000. Economic Budgeting for Agroforestry Practices, UMCA-3-2000

Gold, M.A., M.M. Cernusca and L.D. Godsey. 2004. Comparing consumer preferences for chestnuts with eastern black walnuts and pecans. HortTechnology 14(4):583-589.

Kurtz, W.B. 2000. Economics and policy of agroforestry. IN: Agroforestry: An Integrated Science and Practice, (Reitveld, W. and H.E. Garrett, eds.), American Society of Agronomy, Madison, WI. p. 321-360

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Technology Transfer

Associated Publication
Green Horizons Newsletter - UMCA publication in collaboration with MU Forestry Extension and multiple stakeholder groups that chronicles agroforestry and other forestry activities. Published quarterly.

UMCA Website: http://www.centerforagroforestry.org
UMCA's website was developed in 1998 and completely redesigned and revised in 2005. In addition to featuring the full range of activities involving UMCA, the website is intended to serve as one of the major portals to information concerning temperate agroforestry.

General Agroforestry Publications

  • 2005 Research Highlights (PDF, 17 KB)
  • 2004 Research Highlights (PDF, 17 KB)
  • 2003 Research Highlights (PDF, 2.8 KB)
  • Agroforestry: Trainers Manual for Applied Land Use Practices: 2001 Edition
  • Agroforestry at the University of Missouri Horticulture and Agroforestry Research Center (HARC) 2001 Edition.
  • Economic Budgeting Guide
  • Eastern Red Cedar Market Analysis

Agroforestry in Action Series - Guides produced 2000 - 2005
(Updated 2005 and 2006 versions available at http://www.centerforagroforestry.org/pubs/index.php)

  • Growing Chinese Chestnuts In Missouri
  • Growing Pecans in Missouri
  • Establishing and Managing Riparian Forest Buffers
  • Propagating Pecan and Black Walnut
  • Growing Shiitake Mushrooms in an Agroforestry Practice
  • Tax Considerations for the Establishment of Agroforestry Practices
  • Funding Incentives for Agroforestry in Missouri

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