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Recent Publications

Nematicidal Activity and Saponin Concentration of Chenopod Extracts Batson, E. K., and T. Kouser.  2016.  Proceedings of the International Science and Engineering Fair, Phoenix, AR. 08/08/16-05/08/16.

Decontaminating soil organic pollutants with manufactured nanoparticles Li, Q., X. J. Chen, J. Zhuang, and X. Chen.  2016.  Environmental Science and Pollution Research, 23 (12), 11533-11548.

In situ mobility of uranium in the presence of nitrate following sulfate-reducing conditions Paradis, C. J., S. Jagadamma, D. B. Watson, L. D. McKay, T. C. Hazen, M. Park, and J. D. Istok.  2016.  Journal of Contaminant Hydrology, 187: 55-64.

Vehicle multi-pass rut volume and mobility power.  Barbour, W.W., and P. D. Ayers.  2014.  Pursuit: The Journal of Undergraduate Research, 5(1): 1-8.

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.

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.

GPS-based, mission specific mobility power/energy analysis.  Bozdech, G., and P. D. Ayers.  2011.  Proceedings of the 17th International Conference of the International Society for Terrain-Vehicle Sy.

Market Equilibrium and Spatial Variability in the Value of Housing Attributes.  Cho, S., and Kim, S. G..  2009.  Environmental and Resource Economics Review 18:311-344.

Cumulative assessment of military vehicle impacts on training lands: utilization of Army tracking systems and mobility models.  Howard, H., P. D. Ayers, A. Anderson, B. Horner, and P. Sullivan.  2009.  Paper presented at the 11th European Regional Conference of the International Society for Terrain-Vehicle Systems, Bremen, Germany.

Sulfentrazone Adsorption and Mobility in Surface Soil of the Southern United States.  Ohmes, G. A., and T. C. Mueller.  2007.  Weed Technol. 21:796-800.

Sorption, Mobility, And Transformation Of Estrogenic Hormones In Natural Soil.  Casey, F.X.M., J. Simunek, J. Lee, G.L. Larsen, and H. Hakk.  2005.  Journal of Environ. Qual. 34:1372-1379.