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Personnel

Angela Deloris (Angie) Beaty
Extension Assistant I
Operation Military Kids Program Coordinator

Groups and Facilities


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Center for Native Grasslands Management 
Research includes forage production, biofuels production, restoration of native grassland communities, and wildlife conservation.


   

Recent Publications

Analysis of vehicle platoon movement during military exercises.  Ayers, P. D., and M. Rice.  2016.  Presented at the Conference of the International Society for Terrain-Vehicle Systems, Detroit, MI..

Monitoring and managing military vehicle-terrain impacts.  Ayers, P. D., A. Anderson, and H. Howard.  2015.  Presented at the Conference of the International Society for Terrain-Vehicle Systems, Rome, Italy.

Military vehicle off-road axle power requirements as related to soil and tire compression.  Ayers, P. D., D. Wade, and M. Ellison.  2013.  Conference of the International Society for Terrain-Vehicle Systems, Tampa, FL.

Monitoring grassland bird populations on Fort Campbell Military Reservation, Kentucky-Tennessee, with a special emphasis on Bachman's Sparrow (Peucaea aestivalis).  Hockman, E. V.  2013.  M. S. thesis, University of Tennessee, Knoxville..

Multipass coefficients for terrain impacts based on military vehicle type and dynamic operating properties.  Kane, J., P. D. Ayers, H. Howard, A. Anderson, and D. Koch.  2013.  Journal of Terramechanics, 50 (2013) 175-183.

GIS-based Stream bank mapping to identify areas of erosion potential on rivers/streams within military installations.  Ayers, P. D., B. Connell, and K. Swinson.  2012.  NWFWA Conference. Atlanta, GA.

A GPS-based Mobility Power Model for Military Vehicle Applications.  Bozdech, G.  2012.  M.S. Thesis.

GPS based mobility power analysis of military vehicles.  Ayers, P. D., and G. Bozdech.  2011.  Proceedings of the 2011 Ground Vehicle Systems Engineering and Technology Symposium, Warren, MI.

Evaluating terrain impacts by military vehicles using soil strength properties.  Ayers, P. D., D. Koch, H. Howard, A. Anderson, J. Kane, and G. Bozdech.  2011.  ASABE Annual International Meeting, Louisville, KY.

Soil engineering property determination for military vehicle terrain interaction model.  Ayers, P. D., G. Bozdech, J. Freeman, A. Reid, and J. O'kins.  2011.  ASABE Annual International Meeting Louisville, KY.

Mobility power analysis of military vehicles using GPS and soil physical properties.  Bozdech, G., and P. D. Ayers.  2011.  ASABE Annual International Conference. Louisville, Ky.

An Analysis of the Ready, Set, Go! Program on Program Participants and the Ability to Build Community Capacity.  Carrera Romanini, and C. A. Stephens.  2011.  M.S. Thesis.