Research

Watershed Science & Engineering

  • Ecological Engineering
  • Hydrologic & Water Quality Modeling
  • Low Impact Development
  • Nonpoint Source Pollution
  • Public and Ecological Health Impacts
  • Stream & Wetland Restoration
  • Watershed Management

 

Biomolecular Engineering

  • Bioenergy
  • Bionanotechnology
  • Biopharmaceuticals
  • Byproduct Management & Utilization
  • Enzyme Engineering
  • Food Engineering
  • Metabolic Engineering
  • Renewable Materials
  • Synthetic Biology
  • Systems Biology
  • “REU Site: Bioprocess Engineering for Sustainability”, PI: J.R. Barone, National Science Foundation, $368,461, 5/12-9/14.
  • “Mechanics of Self-assembled Peptides”, PI: J.R. Barone, National Science Foundation $230,452, 8/09-8/12.
  • “b-strand Mimics as Protease Inhibitors”, PI: J.R. Barone, Virginia Tech Biodesign and Bioprocessing Research Center, $44,000 8/11-7/13.
  • “Denitrifying Bioreactor”, PI: J.R. Barone, Environmental Protection Agency P3-Phase II, $74,152, 8/10-8/12.
  • “Education Proposal: Bio-based Sustainable MAterials as Resources for Tomorrow (BSMART)”, PI: S.R. Renneckar (WSFP), Co-PIs: J.R. Barone, K. Edgar (WSFP), A. Esker (CHEM), M. Roman (WSFP), A. Whittington (CHE/MSE), $500,000 1/10-12/13.
  • “TMDL Studies for Twenty-two Impaired Stream Groups in Virginia’s Little Otter River and Buffalo Creek Watersheds, and James River Watershed”, PIs: B. Benham, G. Yagow, and K. Kline, Virginia Department of Environmental Quality, $234,596, 3/12 – 05/13.
  • “Bacteria and Benthic TMDL Studies for Twenty-eight Impaired Stream Segments in Virginia”, PIs: B. Benham and G. Yagow, Virginia Department of Environmental Quality, $355,400, 10/10 – 06/12.
  • “Protecting Private Water Supplies in Virginia”, PI: B. Benham, U.S. Department of Agriculture, $200,000, 10/07 – 9/12.
  • “Stakeholder Empowerment through Knowledge-Based Sustainable Agriculture and Natural Resource Management Systems (Sustainable Agriculture and Natural Resource Management Collaborative Support Program)”, PI: DeDatta, S.K., CoPIs: M. Bertelsen, T.A. Dillaha, K. Moore, M. Christie, USAID, $27,000,000, 10/04-9/14.
  • “Rebuilding Higher Education in Agriculture to Support Food Security, Economic Growth, and Peace Efforts in Post-Conflict Southern Sudan”, PI: M. Bertelsen, CoPIs: T. Dillaha, A. Abaye, S. De Datta, A. Grant, J. Dooley, American Council on Education, Office of Higher Education for Development (ACE/HED), $9,487,307, 2/11 – 9/15.
  • “Twenty-first Century Development of 21st Century Precision Agriculture for Water Quality Protection”, PIs: M.T. Walter, Z.M. Easton, R. Stedman, J. Faulkner, E. Ling, B. Benham, USDA –AFRI, $499,387, 01/12-12/14.
  • “A Method to Determine In Stream Total Maximum Daily Loads for Phosphorus in the Upper Black Creek, New York.” PIs: R. Entringer, T.S. Steenhuis, Z.M. Easton, C.A. Shoemaker, and L. Gregory EPA- Great Lakes Restoration Initiative. $305,000. 07/11-09/13
  • “AgrAbility Virginia – III”, PI: R. Grisso, T. Robertson, USDA/NIFA 2010-41590-20697, $720,000, 4/1/10-3/31/14. http://www.agrability.ext.vt.edu/
  • “Protecting Youth in the Lawncare Industry”, PI: R. Grisso, D. Ohanehi, C. Sutphin, M. Goatley, and J. Perumpral. USDA/NIFA 2010-41521-20830, $300,000 6/10 to 5/13.
  • “Water resources and watershed management in the U.S. and Brazil”. PI: C. Heatwole. U.S. Dept. of Education, $220,202, 2008-2012.
  • “REU Site: Dynamics of Water and Societal Systems – An Interdisciplinary Research Program at the Virginia Tech StREAM Lab”, PI: W. C. Hession (BSE), co-PI: L. Krometis, National Science Foundation, $314,289, 3/12-3/15.
  • “Impact of Conservation Practices on Nutrient Transport and Fate in Pasture Systems”, PIs: W.C. Hession, B. Benham, D. Scott, USDA-ARS, $51,500, 2011-2012.
  • “Stroubles Creek Place-Based Laboratory for Research, Education, and Outreach @ Virginia Tech”, PIs: W.C. Hession, V.Lohani, VT-ICTAS, $60,000, 2011-2012.
  • “Research in the Stream Research, Education, and Management (StREAM) Laboratory”, PIs: L. Hopkinson, W.C. Hession, West Virginia Univ. Advance Program, $15,000, 2011-2012.
  • “Helping Streams Help Themselves: Developing a Sustainable Water Pollution Mitigation Technique”, PIs: Hester, W.C. Hession, VT-ICTAS, $46,555, 2011-2012.
  • “Sediment Source Tracking Study Using Tracers”, PIs: McGuire, W. C. Hession, Canaan Valley Institute/USDA-ARS, $74,835, 2010-2012.
  • “Assessment of Biological Water Quality Impairments in Central Appalachian Mining Communities”, PI: L. Krometis, co-PI: E. Sarver (MinE), Appalachian Research Initiative for Environmental Science (ARIES), $65,000, 10/11-6/12.
  • “What’s in Your Water? Linking Rural Health and Household Drinking Water Safety”, PI: L. Krometis, co-PIs: B. Benham (BSE), P. Ziegler (CALS). National Institute of Food and Agriculture (USDA-NIFA), $195,193, 8/11-7/12.
  • “Water Quality and Environmental Health in Botswana - Coupled Dynamics in a Water Scarce Environment”, PI: K. Alexander (FIW), co-PIs: L. Krometis, M. Ponder (FST), J. Blackburn (Univ-FL), J. Bock (Cal State). National Science Foundation (NSF), $249,983, 7/11-6/13.
  • “Conference of Food Engineering”, PIs: P. Mallikarjunan, Y.M. Lo, USDA-AFRI. $47,950, 2011-2012.
  • “Improving the Health and Livelihood of People of East Africa by Addressing Aflatoxin and Gender-related Constraints in Peanut Production, Processing and Marketing”, PIs: M. Christie, P. Malllikarjunan, USAID Peanut Collaborative Research Program, $613,000, 2007-2012.
  • “Integrating Education and Development of Biodegradable Litter Amendment to Mitigate Ammonia Emissions from Poultry Houses”, PI: J.A. Ogejo, Co-PIs: F.A. Agblevor, R.S. Gates, N. Franz, K. Stephenson, and W.F. Pierson, USDA – NIFA, $598,000. 1/09 – 1/13.
  • “Evaluation of the Anaerobic Digester at the Vanderhyde Dairy Inc. for the Production of Methane”, PI: J.A. Ogejo, Virginia Department of Mines Minerals and Energy, $17,000, 4/11 -3/12.
  • “Reducing Poultry House Emissions and Broiler Litter Runoff”, PI: Maguire (CSES), R., Co-PIs: J.A. Ogejo, and M. Reiter. National Fish and Wildlife Foundation. $700,000, 9/10-8/13.
  • “Transitioning Small Dairies to Phosphorus Balance”, PI: K.F. Knowlton, Co-PIs: J.A. Ogejo (BSE), R.O Maguire (CSES), Ignosh, J.P. (VCE, BSE), Welsh, J.L. (VCE), National Fish and Wildlife Foundation, $600,000, 9/11 – 8/12.
  • “Assessing and Enriching Phosphorus Accumulating Organisms to Improve the Stability of Enhanced Biological Phosphorus Removal from Dairy Manure”, PI: J.A. Ogejo (BSE), Co-PIs: A. Pruden-Bagchi (CEE), K.F. Knowlton (DASC). Biodesign and Bioprocessing Research Center, Virginia Tech, $62,244, 4/10 – 4/12.
  • “Performance Assessment of LID Practices in Fairfax County, Virginia”, PI: Sample, D., (BSE) Grizzard, T. (CEE), and Dymond, R., (CEE), Fairfax County, $66,000, 7/11-6/12.
  • “Urban Retrofitting: Demonstration, Monitoring, Training and Certification of LID at the Science Museum of Virginia”, Richmond, VA, Design and Construction, PI: D. Sample (BSE), Co-PIs: Grizzard, T. (CEE), SMV/NFWF, $66,000, 6/09-4/12.
  • “Floating Treatment Wetland Performance Evaluation and Implementation”, City of Fairfax, VA, PI: D. Sample (BSE), Co-PIs: T. Grizzard (CEE), A. Godrej (CEE), National Fish and Wildlife Foundation, $319,000, 5/09-3/13.
  • “Shockoe Creek Sewershed LID Retrofit Study”, Richmond, VA, PI: D. Sample (BSE), SMV/National Fish and Wildlife Foundation, $66,000, 1/11-4/12.
  • “RUI: Collaborative Research: How does changing glacial coverage affect the transport and fate of DOM and nutrients in coastal watersheds on the Gulf of Alaska?”, PI: D. Scott, Collaborator: E.Hood, NSF, $177,000, 4/09-3/12.
  • “RAPID: The 2011 Historic High Flows in the Atchafalaya Basin: How will Hydrologic Transport Alter Nutrient Retention (C and N)?”, PI: D. Scott, Collaborators: R. Keim, A. Nyman, R. Cook, NSF, $17,617, NSF, 6/11 – 5/12.
  • “Helping Streams Help Themselves: Restoring Sustainable and Distributed Water Pollution Attenuation”, PI: E. Hester, Co-PI: D. Scott, NSF, $300,998, 8/11-7/13.
  • “Metabolic Engineering of Clostridium Cellulolyticum Using a Genome-Scale Model and Combinatorial Approaches”, PI: R. Senger, USDA; CSREES; AFRI, $445,395, 12/09-11/12.
  • “Virginia Tech – National Engineering School of Sfax Partnership: Towards Strengthening Higher Education and Research Capacities for Better Serving the Economic Development Priorities in Tunisia”, PIs: F. Agblevor, C. Zhang, R. Senger, US State Department; ESF Grants Program, $300,011, 1/10-12/12.
  • “Model-guided Metabolic Engineering of Arabidopsis for Increased Cellulose Production”, PIs: R. Senger, G. Gillaspy, Virginia Tech Biodesign and Bioprocess Research Center, $64,528, 4/10-3/12.
  • “Enzymatic Synthesis of High-value Building Blocks for Commodity and Specialty Chemicals: A Bottom-up Approach”, PIs: R. Senger, A. Apte, Virginia Tech Biodesign and Bioprocess Research Center, $45,225, 4/11-3/13.
  • “Generating Environmentally-friendly Novel Biofuel Molecules with Synthetic Biology”, PIs R. Senger, D. Bevan, ICTAS, $120,000, 7/11-7/13.
  • “Development of a Wetland Vegetation Hydraulic Properties Database Piedmont”, PI: T. Wynn, Wetlands Research Program, $76,458, 2011-2012.
  • “IGERT: MultiScale Transport in Environmental and Physiological Systems (MultiSTEPS)”, PI: M. Stremler (ESM), Co-PIs: J.R. Kuhn (BIOL), P.P. Vlachos (ME), R.V. Davalos (SBES), S.D. Ross (ESM), National Science Foundation, $3,000,000, 8/10-8/15. T. Wynn Thompson and M.L. Wolfe are Faculty Participants.
  • “Development of Integrated Modeling Techniques to Assess Impacts of Climate Change on Pathogens and Water Quality (PACEMod)”, PI: M.L. Wolfe, Co-PIs: B. Benham (BSE), L. Krometis (BSE), subcontract from University College Dublin (Ireland), funding from European Commission, $32,956, 1/12-12/13.
  • “Transatlantic Biosystems Engineering Curriculum and Mobility (TABE.NET), PI: M.L. Wolfe, U.S. Department of Education, $186,000, 9/09-8/13.
  • “Community DECISIONS: Community Decision Support for Integrated, On-the-ground Nutrient Reduction Strategies for Watershed Nutrient Planning and Management”, PI: J. Pease (AAEC), Co-PIs: D. Bosch (AAEC),M.L. Wolfe, J. Arogo Ogejo (BSE), C. Zobel (BIT), K. Knowlton (DASC), G. Evanylo (CSES), H. Boyd (AEE), USDA Integrated Grants Program, $596,000,9/07-9/12.
  • “Development of novel vaccines against drug abuse – Proof of concept study for vaccines against nicotine addiction”, PI: C. Zhang, Co-PIs: H. Dorn (Chem), X.J. Meng (Biomed), M. Ehrich (Biomed), NIH-NIDA (1 R21 DA030083-01A1), $385,165, 4/11-3/13.
  • “A new drug delivery and release platform for cancer treatment”, PI: C. Zhang, Co-PI: H. Dorn (Chem), USDA-NIFA, $56,048, 4/11 – 3/13.
  • “A new approach for targeted drug delivery and controlled release”, PI: C. Zhang, Co-PI: H. Dorn (Chem), Institute for Critical Technology and Applied Science, Virginia Tech, $75,000, 07/11-06/12.
  • “BioEnergy Science Center – Construction of cellulosomes and their model”, PI: Y-HP Zhang, $1,000,000, DOE, 09/07-06/12.
  • “Proof-of-concept of sweet hydrogen”, PI:Y-HP Zhang, $450,000, Shell Game Changer, 12/11-11/12
  • Y-HP Zhang, $112,291, DOE ARPA-E Petro, 02/12-07/13.

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(* undergraduate student, ** graduate student, *** post-doc)

Journal Articles

2012

  • Davidson, C., L. H. Krometis, S. Al-Harthi, and J. Macdonald-Gibson. 2012. Foodborne exposure to pesticides and methylmercury in the United Arab Emirates. Risk Analysis. DOI: 10.1111/j.1539-6924.2011.01679.x
  • You*** C., X.-Z. Zhang, N. Sathitsuksanoh**, L.R. Lynd, and Y.-H.P. Zhang. 2012. Simple Cloning: direct transformation of PCR product (DNA multimer) to Escherichia coli and Bacillus subtilis. Applied and Environmental Microbiology Epub, DOI:10.1128/AEM.07105-11

2011

  • Badieyan**, S., D. Bevan, and C. Zhang. 2011. Rational stabilization of cellulases based on molecular dynamics simulations. Biotechnology and Bioengineering, in press. DOI 10.1002/bit.23280.
  • Benham, B.L., G. Yagow, I. Chaubey, and K. R. Douglas‐Mankin. In press. Modeling, monitoring, and assessment. Trans. ASABE. 54(6): xxx-xxx.
  • Buchanon, B.P.**, R .Schneider, Z.M. Easton, and M.T. Walter. 2011. Incorporating VSA hydrology into a Spatially Distributed Direct Runoff model. J. Am. Water Res. Assoc. (In Press).
  • Budhavaram**, N.K. and J.R. Barone. 2011. Quantifying amino acid and protein substitution using Raman spectroscopy. Journal of Raman Spectroscopy 42(3): 355-362.
  • Budhavaram**, N.K., M. Stauffer*, and J.R. Barone. 2011. Chemistry between cross-links affects the properties of peptide hydrogels. Materials Science and Engineering Part C: Materials for Biological Applications 31(5): 1042-1049.
  • Cianfrani**, C., S.M.P. Sullivan**, W.C. Hession and M.C. Watzin. 2011. A multitaxonomic approach to understanding local- versus watershed-scale influences on stream biota in the Lake Champlain Basin, Vermont, River Research and Applications. Published online (wileyonlinelibrary.com) DOI: 10.1002/rra.1470
  • D.M. Ridgley**, K.C. Ebanks**, and J.R. Barone. 2011. “Peptide mixtures can self-assemble into large amyloid fibers of varying size and morphology,” Biomacromolecules, 12(10), 3770-3779.
  • Dahlke***, H.E., Z.M Easton, S. Lyon, L.D. Brown, M.T. Walter, and T.S. Steenhuis. 2011. Quantifying the mixing and relative contributions of shallow subsurface stormflow in fragipan-dominated landscapes. J Hydrol. (In Press)
  • Dahlke***, H.E., Z.M. Easton, M.T. Walter, and T.S. Steenhuis. 2011. A field test of the variable source area interpretation of the Curve Number rainfall-runoff equation. J. Irrig. Drain. Eng. ASCE. (In Press).
  • DeBusk**, K.M. and T.M. Wynn. 2011. Stormwater bioretention for runoff quality and quantity mitigation. J. Environmental Engineering 137(9): 800-808. 
  • Easton, Z.M., M.T. Walter, D.R. Fuka**, E.D. White**, and T.S. Steenhuis. 2011. A simple concept for calibrating runoff thresholds in quasi-distributed variable source area watershed models. Hydrol Proc. doi:10.1002/hyp.8032.
  • Flores-López**, F., Z.M. Easton, L.D. Geohring, and T.S. Steenhuis. 2011. Factors affecting dissolved phosphorus and nitrate concentrations in ground and surface water for a valley dairy farm in the northeastern United States. Water Environ. Res. 8392:116-127.
  • Fuka**, D.R., Z.M. Easton, E.S. Brook, J. Boll, T.S. Steenhuis, and M.T. Walter. 2011. Process-based snowmelt modeling: Integration into watershed models. J. Am. Water Res. Assoc. (In Press)
  • Habersack**, M. J., T. A. Dillaha, and C. Hagedorn. 2011. Common snapping turtles (Chelydra serpentina) as a source of fecal indicator bacteria in freshwater systems. Journal of the American Water Resources Association. doi: 10.1111/j.1752-1688.2011.00572.x.
  • Hey**, C., and C. Zhang. 2011. Process development for antibody purification from tobacco by Protein A affinity chromatography. Chemical Engineering & Technology. In press. DOI: 10.1002/ceat.201100259
  • Huang**, W., and C. Zhang. 2011. Assembly and characterization of membrane protein-lipid particles. Journal of Biotechnology, 154: 60-67.
  • Huang**, W., J. Zhang, H. Dorn, and C. Zhang. 2011. Assembly of single-walled carbon nanohorn supported liposome particles. Bioconjugate Chemistry, 22: 2012-2016.
  • June, R.K., C.P. Neu, J.R. Barone, and D.P. Fyhrie. 2011. “Polymer mechanics as a model for short-term and flow-independent cartilage viscoelasticity,” Materials Science and Engineering Part C: Materials for Biological Applications, 31(4), 781-788.
  • Krometis, L.H., E. P. Clark, V. Gonzalez, and M. E. Leslie. 2011. The “death” of disciplines: Development of a team-taught course to provide an interdisciplinary perspective for first-year students. College Teaching 59(2): 73-78.
  • Liu***, Z., J.A. Ogejo, A. Pruden, and K.F. Knowlton. 2011. Occurrence, fate and removal of synthetic oral contraceptives (SOCs) in the natural environment: a review. Science of the Total Environment 409(24): 5149-5161.
  • Lohani V., M.L. Wolfe, T. Wildman, K. Mallikarjunan, and J. Connor. 2011. Reformulating general engineering and biological systems engineering programs at Virginia Tech. Advances in Engineering Education 2(4): 30 pp. http://advances.asee.org/vol02/issue04/11.cfm
  • Marjerison**, R.D., Z.M. Easton, H.E. Dahlke**, and M.T. Walter. 2011. A P-Index transport factor based on variable source area hydrology for New York State. J. Soil and Water Conserv. 66(3):149-157; doi:10.2489/jswc.66.3.149.
  • Milne, C.B., J.A. Eddy, R. Raju, S. Ardekani, P.J. Kim, R.S. Senger, Y.S. Jin**, H.P. Blaschek, and N.D. Price. 2011. Metabolic network reconstruction and genome-scale model of butanol-producing strain Clostridium beijerinckii NCIMB 8052. BMC Syst. Biol., 5, 130.
  • Rao, N.S., Z.M. Easton, E.M. Schneiderman, M.S. Zion, D.R. Lee, and T.S. Steenhuis. 2011. Protecting critical areas in the New York City source watershed: Combining economic and water quality analysis to examine the effectiveness of best management practices. J. Environ. Qual. (In Press).
  • Reed, J.L., R.S. Senger, M. R. Anoniewicz, and J.D. Young. 2011. Computational approaches in metabolic engineering. J. Biomed. Biotechnol., 2010, 20741-4.
  • Resop J., J. Cundiff, and C. Heatwole. 2011. Spatial analysis to site satellite storage locations for herbaceous biomass in the Piedmont of the Southeast. Applied Engineering in Agriculture 27(1):25-32.
  • Resop**, J.P., J.L. Kozarek**, and W.C. Hession. In press. Terrestrial laser scanning for delineating in-stream boulders and quantifying habitat complexity measures, Photogrammetric Engineering and Remote Sensing.
  • Rollin**, J., Z.G. Zhu**, N. Sathisuksanoh**, and Y-HP Zhang. 2011. Increasing substrate accessibility is more important than removing lignin: A comparison of cellulose solvent-based lignocellulose fractionation and soaking in aqueous ammonia. Biotechnology and Bioengineering 108: 22-30. http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/bit.22919
  • Rosenquist**, S.E., C.L. Levy*, S.T. Sell*, W.C. Hession, M.J. Eick, and D.H. Vaughan. In press. Facilitated iron reduction as a means of rejuvenating phosphorus removal performance of filtration substrates, Transactions ASABE.
  • Rosenquist**, S.E., W.C. Hession, M.J. Eick, and D.H. Vaughan. 2011. Field application of a renewable constructed wetland substrate for phosphorus removal, Journal of American Water Resources Association, 47(4), 800-812.
  • Shen**, Y., J.A. Ogejo, and K.E. Bowers. 2011. Abating the effects of calcium in the precipitation of struvite from liquid dairy manure. Transactions of the ASABE 54(1): 325-336.
  • Sparks**, J.A., J.A. Ogejo, J. Cyriac**, M.D. Hanigan, K.F. Knowlton, S.W. Gay, and L.C. Marr. 2011. The effects of manure handling technique and dietary protein intake on ammonia emissions from dairy cow manure. Transactions of the ASABE 54(2):675-683.
  • Utley**, B.C., T.M. Wynn, N. Zhang, and L.E. Teany. (in press). Evaluation of a permittivity sensor for continuous monitoring of suspended sediment concentration. Transactions of the ASABE.
  • Wang**, Y.R., W.D. Huang**, N. Sathisuksanoh**, Z.G. Zhu**, and Y.-H.P.Zhang. 2011. Biohydrogenation from biomass sugar mediated by cell-free synthetic pathway biotransformation. Chemistry and Biology 18: 372-380 (Featured article). http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.chembiol.2010.12.019
  • White, E.D.**, Z.M. Easton, D.R. Fuka**, A.S. Collick, E. Adgo, M. McCartney, S.B. Awulachew, Y.G. Selassie, and T.S. Steenhuis. 2011. Development and application of a physically based landscape water balance in the SWAT model. Hydrol. Proc. 25:915-925. doi:10.1002/hyp.7876, 2011.
  • Yagow, G., B. Benham. K. Kline, R. Zeckoski, C. Wallace**. In press. A method for disaggregating existing model pollutant loads for subwatersheds. Watershed Science Bulletin.
  • Ye**, X.H., Z. Zhu**, C. Zhang, and Y.-H.P.Zhang. 2011. Fusion of a family 9 carbohydratecellulose-binding module improves the catalytic potential of Clostridium thermocellum cellodextrin phosphorylase on cellulose. Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology, 92: 551-560.
  • Zhang X.Z., Z.G. Zhu**, N. Sathitsuksanoh**, and Y.-H.P. Zhang. 2011. One-step production of lactate from cellulose as sole carbon source without any other organic nutrient by recombinant cellulolytic Bacillus subtilis. Metabolic Engineering 13:364-372.
  • Zhang Y-HP. 2011. Simpler is better: high-yield and potential low-cost biofuels production through cell-free synthetic pathway biotransformation (SyPaB). ACS Catalysis 1: 998-1009 (Invited perspective). http://dx.doi.org/10.1021/cs200218f
  • Zhang Y-HP. 2011. Substrate channeling and enzyme complexes for biotechnological applications. Biotechnology Advances 29: 715-725. http://dx.doi.org/10.l016/j.biotechnadv.2011.05.020
  • Zhang Y-HP. 2011. What is vital (and not vital) to advance economically-competitive biofuels production. Process Biochemistry 46: 2091-2110 (Invited opinion review). http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.procbio.2011.08.005

Book Chapters

  • Adamchuk, V.I., R.D. Grisso, and M.F. Kocher. 2011. Spatial variability of field machinery use and efficiency. Chapter 8, 135-146. In: GIS Applications in Agriculture. Volume Two. Nutrient Management for Energy Efficiency, D.E. Clay and J.F. Shanahan, eds. Boca Raton, Florida: CRC Press. http://www.crcpress.com/product/isbn/9781420092707
  • Barone, J.R. In press. “Composites of nanocellulose and lignin-like polymers,” Cellulose Based Composites. New Green Nanomaterials, ed. J. Hinestroza and A. Netravali, Wiley-VCH, in press.
  • Benham B., L. Krometis, K. Kline, T. Dillaha, and G. Yagow. 2011. Applications of Microbial Source Tracking in the TMDL Process, In: Microbial Source Tracking: Methods, Applications, and Case Studies (Springer-US).
  • Benham, B., L. H. Krometis, G. Yagow, K. Klein, and T. Dillaha. 2011. Watershed modeling for TMDLs. In: Microbial Source Tracking: Methods, Applications, and Case Studies. Springer, US. pp. 313-335.
  • Hession, W.C., and J.C. Curran. In press. Impact of vegetation on roughness in fluvial systems, in Treatise on Geomorphology, 12(8) Ecogeomorphology, D. Butler and C. Hupp (eds).
  • Sample, D. and L. Fox. 2011. Principles of Stormwater Management for Reducing Nutrients from Urban Landscaped Areas, Chapter 12 in Goatley, J., (Ed.) W. Daniels, G. Evanylo, L. Fox, K. Haering, S. Hodges, R. Maguire, D. Sample, D. Hansen, D. Kindig, T., Sexton, R. Habel, K. Hensler. Urban Nutrient Management Handbook, VCE Publ. No. 430-350, 200 pp, http://pubs.ext.vt.edu/430/430-350/430-350.html.