Publications

Journal Articles (* student or postdoc, chronological)

  1. Easton, Z.M., P.J. Kleinman, A.R. Buda, D. Goering, N. Emberston, S. Reed, P.J. Drohan, M.T. Walter, Guinan, J.A. Lory, A.R. Sommerlot*, A. Sharpley. 2017. Short-term forecasting tools for agricultural nutrient management. J. Environ. Qual. doi:10.2134/jeq2016.09.0377.
  2. Sharpley, A., P. Kleinman, C. Baffuat, Z.M. Easton, J. Lory, D. Osmond, T. Veith. 2017. Verification of phosphorus site assessment tools: Lessons from The U.S. Environ. Qual. (In Press).
  3. Rees, G.*, E.M. Bock*, K. Stephenson, and Z.M. Easton. 2017. Nutrient biofilters in the Virginia Coastal Plain: Nitrogen removal, cost, and potential adoption pathways. J. Soil and Water Conserv. (In Press).
  4. Wagena, M.B.*, A.R. Sommerlot*, E.M. Bock*, D.R. Fuka*, and M. Easton. 2017. Development of a nitrous oxide routine for the SWAT model to assess greenhouse gas emissions from agroecosystems. Environ. Model. Software. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.envsoft.2016.11.013.
  5. Sommerlot, A.R.*, M.B. Wagena*, D.R. Fuka* and Z.M. Easton. 2016. Coupling the short-term Global Forecast System weather data with a variable source area hydrologic model. Environ. Model. Software. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.envsoft.2016.09.0081364-8152.
  6. Wagena, M,B,*,  A. Sommerlot*, A. Abiy, D.R. Fuka*, A.S. Collick*, Langan, and Z.M. Easton. 2016. Regional climate change In the Blue Nile Basin: Implications for water resource availability and sediment transport. Climatic Change doi: 10.1007/s10584-016-1785-z.
  7. Fuka D.R.,* A.S. Collick*, P. Kleinman, D. Auerbach*, D, Harmel, Z.M. Easton. 2016. Improving the spatial representation of soil properties and hydrology using topographically derived initialization processes in the SWAT model. Hydrol. Proc. doi: 10.1002/hyp.10899.
  8. Auerbach, D.*, Z.M. Easton, M.T. Walter, A.S. Flecker, D.R. Fuka*. 2016. Evaluation of alternative weather forcing for hydrologic modeling in tropical basins of Puerto Rico. Hydrol. Proc. doi:10.1002/hyp.10860.
  9. Collick, A.S.*, T.L. Veith, D.R. Fuka*, P.J.A. Kleinman, A.R. Buda, J.L. Weld, R.B. Bryant, P.A. Vadas, M.J. White, D. Harmel, and Z.M. Easton. 2016. Improved simulation of edaphic and manure phosphorus loss in SWAT. J. Environ. Qual. doi:10.2134/jeq2015.03.0135
  10. Bock, E.M.*, B. Coleman*, and Z.M. Easton. 2015. Effect of biochar on nitrate removal in a field-scale denitrifying bioreactor. J. Environ. Qual. doi:10.2134/jeq2015.04.0179.
  11. Easton, Z.M., M. Rogers*, J.M. Davis*, M. Eick and E.M. Bock*. 2015. Mitigation of sulfate reduction and nitrous oxide emission in denitrifying environments with amorphous iron oxide and biochar. Ecological Engineering. http://dx.DOI.org/10/1016/j.ecoleng20115.05.008.
  12. Kleinman, P.J.A., D.R. Smith, C.H. Bolster, and Z.M. Easton. 2015. Phosphorus fate, management and modeling in artificially drained systems. J. Environ. Qual. 44:460–466. doi:10.2134/jeq2015. 02.0090.
  13. Radcliffe, D.E., D.K. Reid, K. Blombäck, C.H. Bolster, A.S. Collick*, Z.M. Easton, W. Francesconi, D.R. Fuka*, H. Johnsson, K. King, M. Larsbo, M.A. Youssef, A.S. Mulkey, N.O. Nelson, K. Persson, J.J. Ramirez-Avila, F. Schmieder, and D.R. Smith. 2015. Applicability of models to predict phosphorus losses in drained fields: A review. J. Environ. Qual. 44:614–628. doi:10.2134/jeq2014.05. 0220.
  14. Rittenburg, R.A., A.L. Squires, J. Boll, E. Brooks, Z.M. Easton, and T.S. Steenhuis. 2015. Agricultural BMP Effectiveness and dominant hydrological flow paths: Concepts and a review. J. Am Wat. Res. Assoc. DOI:10.1111/1752-1688.12293.
  15. Brooks, E.S., S.M. Saia, J. Boll, L. Wetzel, and Z.M. Easton. 2015. Assessing BMP effectiveness and guiding BMP planning using process-based modeling. J. Am Wat. Res. Assoc. DOI:10.1111/1752-1688.12296.
  16. Boll, J., T.S. Steenhuis, E.S. Brooks, L. Kurkalova, R.A. Rittenburg, A.L. Squires, G. Vellidis, Z.M. Easton, and J.D. Wulfhorst. 2015. Featured collection introduction: Synthesis and analysis of Conservation Effects Assessment Projects for improved water quality. J. Am Wat. Res. Assoc. DOI:10.1111/1752-1688.12297.
  17. Bock, E.*, N. Smith*, M. Rogers*, B. Coleman*, M. Reiter, B. Benham, and Z.M. Easton. 2015. Nitrate and phosphate removal and nitrous oxide production in lab-scale denitrifying bioreactors. J. Environ. Qual. 44:605–613. doi:10.2134/jeq2014.03.0111.
  18. Collick, A.S.*, D.R. Fuka*, P.J.A. Kleinman, A.R. Buda, J.L. Weld*, M.J. White, T.L. Veith, R.B. Bryant, C.H. Bolster, and Z.M. Easton. 2015. Predicting phosphorus dynamics in complex terrains using a variable source area hydrology model. Hydrol. Proc. DOI: 10.1002/hyp.10178.
  19. Hoskins, C., J.S. Owen, J.S. Fields, J.E. Altland, Z.M. Easton and A.X. Niemiera. 2014. Solute transport through a pine-bark based substrate under saturated and unsaturated conditions. JAHS. 139(6):634–641. 2014.
  20. Fuka, D.R.*, M.T. Walter, C.A. MacAllister, and Z.M. Easton. 2014. SWATmodel: A Multi-OS, Multi-Platform SWAT Model Package in R. J. Am Water Res. Assoc. 1-5. DOI: 10.1111/jawr.12170.
  21. Woodbury, J.*, C.A. Shoemaker, D. Cowan, and Z.M. Easton. 2014. A comparison of SWAT models for the Cannonsville Watershed with and without variable source area hydrology. J. Am Water Res. Assoc. 1-15. DOI: 10.1111/jawr.12116.
  22. Fuka, D.R.*, C.A. MacAllister, A.T. Degaetano, and Z.M. Easton. 2013. Using the Climate Forecast System Reanalysis dataset to improve weather input data for watershed models. Hydrol. Proc. DOI: 10.1002/hyp.10073.
  23. Easton, Z.M. Defining spatial variability of hillslope infiltration characteristics using geostatistics, error modeling and autocorrelation analysis. J. Irrig. Drain. Eng. ASCE. 139(9) 718-727, DOI:10.1061/(ASCE)IR.1943-4774.0000602
  24. Dahlke, H.E., Z.M. Easton, D.R, Fuka*, M.T, Walter, and T.S. Steenhuis. 2013. Real-time forecast of hydrologically sensitive areas in the Salmon Creek Watershed, New York State, using an online prediction tool. Water. 5, 917-944; doi:10.3390/w5030917.
  25. Flores-López, F., Z.M. Easton, L.D. Geohring, P.J. Vermeulen, V.R. Haden, and T.S. Steenhuis. 2013. Factors affecting phosphorous in ground water in an alluvial valley aquifer: Implications for best management practices. Water. 5. 2013. 540-559; doi:10.3390/w5020540.
  26. Pradhanang, S., R. Mukundan, E.M. Schneiderman, M. Zion, A. Anandhi, D.C. Pierson, A. Frei, Z.M. Easton, D.R. Fuka*, and T.S. Steenhuis. 2013. Streamflow responses to projected climate change in New York City water supply watershed. J. Am Water Res. Assoc. 1-19. DOI: 10.1111/jawr.12086.
  27. Buchanon, B.P., Z.M. Easton, R. Schneider and M.T. Walter. 2013. Modeling the hydrologic effects of roadside ditch networks on receiving waters. J. Hydrol. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jhydrol. 2013.01.040.
  28. Buchanan, P., J.A. Archibald, Z.M. Easton, S.B. Shaw, R.L. Schneider, and M.T. Walter. 2013. A Phosphorus Index that combines critical source areas and transport pathways using a travel time approach. J. Hydrol. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jhydrol.2013.01.018.
  29. Caballero, L.A., Z.M. Easton, B.K. Richards, And T.S. Steenhuis. 2013. Evaluating the hydrological impact of a cloud forest in Central America using a semi-distributed water balance model. J. Hydrol. and Hydromech. 61, 2013, 1, 9 – 20 DOI: 10.2478/jhh – 2013-0003.
  30. Saia, S., E.S. Brooks, Z.M. Easton, C. Baffaut, J. Boll, T.S. Steenhuis. 2013. Incorporating pesticide transport into the WEPP-UI model for mulch tillage and no-tillage soil with an underlying claypan. Trans ASCE Applied Engineering in Agriculture. 29(3):363-372.
  31. Tilahun, S.A., R. Mukundan, B.A. Demisse, T.A. Engda, C.D. Guzman, B.C. Tarakegn, Z.M. Easton, A.S. Collick, A.D. Zegeye, E.M. Schneiderman, J.Y. Parlange, and T.S. Steenhuis. 2013. A saturation excess erosion model. Trans. ASABE 56(2): 681-695.
  32. Buchanon, B.P., K. Falbo, R. Schneider, Z.M. Easton, and M.T. Walter. 2013. Hydrologic impact of roadside ditches in an agricultural watershed: Implications for non-point source pollutant transport. Hydrol. Proc. 10.1002/hyp.9305.
  33. Caballero, L., A. Rimmer, Z.M. Easton, and T.S. Steenhuis. 2012. Rainfall runoff relationships for a cloud forest watershed in Central America: Implications for water resource engineering. J. Am Water Res. Assoc. 20 JUN 2012 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1752-1688.2012.00668.x
  34. Buchanon, B.P., Z.M. Easton, R. Schneider and M.T. Walter. 2012. Incorporating variable source area hydrology into a spatially distributed direct runoff model. J. Am. Water Res. Assoc. 48(1): 43–60. DOI: 10.1111/j.1752-1688.2011.00594.x
  35. Fuka, D.R.*, Z.M. Easton, E.S. Brook, J. Boll, T.S. Steenhuis, and M.T. Walter. 2012. Process-based snowmelt modeling: Integration into the SWAT model. J. Am. Water Res. Assoc. DOI: 10.1111/j.1752-1688.2012.00680.x
  36. Dahlke, H.E., Z.M Easton, S. Lyon, L.D. Brown, M.T. Walter, and T.S. Steenhuis. 2012. Dissecting the variable source area concept – Subsurface flow pathways and water mixing processes in a hillslope. J Hydrol. doi:10.1016/j.jhydrol.2011.11.052.
  37. Rao, N.S., Z.M. Easton, D.R. Lee, and T.S. Steenhuis. 2012. Economic analysis of best management practices to reduce watershed phosphorus losses. J. Environ. Qual. doi:10.2134/jeq2011.0165.
  38. Dahlke, H.E., Z.M. Easton, M.T. Walter, T.S. Steenhuis. 2012. A field test of the variable source area interpretation of the Curve Number rainfall-runoff equation. J. Irrig. Drain. Eng. ASCE. Vol. 138, No. 3, ISSN 0733-9437/2012/3-235–244.
  39. Easton, Z.M., M.T. Walter, D.R. Fuka, E.D. White, 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, 2011.
  40. 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.
  41. 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 Water Conserv. 66(3):149-157; doi:10.2489/jswc.66.3.149.
  42. 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.
  43. Easton, Z.M., D.R. Fuka, E.D White, A.S. Collick, B.B Ashagre, M. McCartney, S.B. Awulachew, A.A. Ahmed, and T.S Steenhuis. 2010. A multi basin SWAT model analysis of runoff and sedimentation in the Blue Nile, Ethiopia. Hydrol. Earth Syst. Sci. 14(10):1827-1841. doi:10.5194/hess-14-1827-2010, 2010.
  44. Tebebu, T.Y., A.Z. Abiy, A.D. Zegeye, H.E. Dahlke, Z.M. Easton, S.A. Tilahun, A.S. Collick, S. Kidnau, S. Moges, F. Dadgari, and T.S. Steenhuis. 2010. Surface and subsurface flow effects on permanent gully formation and upland erosion near Lake Tana in the northern Highlands of Ethiopia. Hydrol. Earth Syst. Sci. 14:2207–2217. doi:10.5194/hess-14-2207-2010.
  45. Flores-López, F., Z.M. Easton, and T.S. Steenhuis. 2010. A multivariate analysis of covariance to determine the effects of near stream best management practices on nitrogen and phosphorus concentrations on a dairy farm in the New York City CEAP watershed. J. Soil Water Conserv. 65(6): 438-449. doi: 10.2489/jswc.65.6.438.
  46. Easton, Z.M., J. Sullivan, M.T. Walter, D.R. Fuka, A.M. Petrovic, and T.S. Steenhuis. 2010. A simple metric to predict stream water quality from storm runoff in an urban watershed. J. Environ. Qual. 39:1338-1348. doi:10.2134/jeq2010.0013.
  47. Faulkner, J.W., Z.M. Easton, W. Zhang, L.D. Geohring, and T.S. Steenhuis. 2010. Design and risk assessment tool for vegetative treatment areas receiving agricultural wastewater: Preliminary results. J. Environ Manag. 91:1794-1801. DOI: 10.1016/j.jenvman.2010.03.019.
  48. Dahlke, H.E., Z.M. Easton, D.R. Fuka, S. Lyon, and T.S. Steenhuis. 2009. Modeling variable source area dynamics in a CEAP watershed. Ecohydrology. 2(3): 337-349.
  49. Steenhuis, T.S., A.S. Collick, Z.M. Easton, E.S. Leggesse , H.K. Bayabil, E.D. White, S.B. Awulachew, E. Adgo, and A.A. Ahmed. 2009. Predicting discharge and erosion for the Abay (Blue Nile) with a simple model. Hydrol. Proc. doi: 10.1.1002/hyp.7513.
  50. Easton, Z.M., M.T. Walter, M. Zion, E.M. Schneiderman, and T.S. Steenhuis. 2009. Integrating source specific chemistry in basin scale models to predict phosphorus export from agricultural watersheds. J. Environ. Eng. ASCE. 135(1): 25-35.
  51. Rao, N.S., Z.M. Easton, E.M. Schneiderman, M.S. Zion, D.R. Lee, and T.S. Steenhuis. 2009. Distributed modeling of agricultural best management practices to reduce phosphorus loading. J. Environ. Mang. 90: 1385-1395.
  52. Collick, A.S., Z.M. Easton, E. Adgo, S.B. Awulachew, Z. Gete, and T.S. Steenhuis. 2009. Application of a physically-based water balance model on four watersheds throughout the upper Nile basin in Ethiopia. Hydrol. Proc. 23, 3718–372. doi: 10.1002/hyp.7517.
  53. Walter, M.T, J.A. Archibald, B. Buchanan, H. Dahlke, Z.M. Easton, R.D. Marjerison, A.N. Sharma, and S.B. Shaw. 2009. A new paradigm for sizing riparian buffers to reduce risks of polluted storm water: A practical synthesis. J. Irrig. Drain. Eng. ASCE. 135(2): 200-209.
  54. Easton, Z.M., M.T. Walter and T.S. Steenhuis. 2008. Combined monitoring and modeling indicate the most effective agricultural best management practices. J. Environ. Qual. 37:1798–1809.
  55. Lui, B.M., A.S. Collick, G. Zeleke, E. Adgo, Z.M. Easton, and T.S. Steenhuis. 2008. Rainfall-discharge relationships for a monsoonal climate in the Ethiopian Highlands. Hydrol. Proc. 22:1059-1067.
  56. Easton, Z.M., D.R. Fuka, M.T. Walter, D.M. Cowan, E.M. Schneiderman, and T.S. Steenhuis. 2008. Re-Conceptualizing the Soil and Water Assessment Tool (SWAT) model to predict runoff from variable source areas. J. Hydrol. 348: 279-291.
  57. de Alwis, D.A., Z.M. Easton, H.E. Dahlke, W.D. Philpot, and T.S. Steenhuis. 2007. Unsupervised classification of saturated areas using a time series of remotely sensed images. Hydrol and Earth Sys Sci. 11: 1609-1620.
  58. Easton, Z.M., P. Gerard-Marchant, M.T. Walter, A.M. Petrovic, and T.S. Steenhuis. 2007. Identifying dissolved phosphorus source areas and predicting transport from an urban watershed using distributed hydrologic modeling. Water Resour. Res. W11414. doi:10.1029/2006WR005697.
  59. Schneiderman, E.M., T.S. Steenhuis, D.J. Thongs, Z.M. Easton, M.S. Zion, G.F. Mendoza, M.T. Walter, and A.L. Neal. 2007. Incorporating variable source area hydrology into the curve number based Generalized Watershed Loading Function model. Hydrol. Proc. 21:3420-3430. doi: 10.1002/hyp6556.
  60. Easton, Z.M., P. Gérard-Marchant, M.T. Walter, A.M. Petrovic, and T. S. Steenhuis. 2007. Hydrologic assessment of an urban variable source watershed in the Northeast United States. Water Resour. Res. W03413. doi:10.1029/2006WR005076.
  61. Collick, A.S., Z.M. Easton, F.A. Montalto, B. Gao, Y.J. Kim, L. Day, and T.S. Steenhuis. 2006. Hydrological evaluation of septic disposal field performance in sloping terrains. J. Environ. Eng. ASCE. 132(10) 1289-1297.
  62. Easton, Z.M., and A.M. Petrovic. 2004. Fertilizer source effect on ground and surface water quality in drainage from turfgrass. J. Environ. Qual. 33 645-655.

Book Chapters

  1. Scott, D.T., M. Rogers*, and M. Easton. 2016. Global models of river biogeochemical functioning. In J. Jones and E. Stanley, eds. Streams in changing environment. Elsevier. 21 Jul 2016. Pages 417–439. ISBN: 978-0-12-405890-3.
  2. Easton, Z.M., S.B. Awulachew, T.S. Steenhuis, A. Habte, B. Zemedam, Y. Seleshi, and K. Bashar. 2012. Hydrological processes in the Blue Nile River Basin. In S.B. Awulachew, V. Smakhtin, D. Molden and D. Peden, eds. The Nile River Basin: Water, Agriculture, Governance and Livelihoods. Earthscan Publishing. Nov 5. 344 pgs.
  3. Steenhuis, T.S., Z.M. Easton, S.B. Awulachew, A. Ahmed, K. Bashar, Y. Selassie, E. Adgo, and S. Tiluhan. 2012.  Erosion, sediment loss and land degradation with emphasis on the Blue Nile River Basin. In S.B. Awulachew, V. Smakhtin, D. Molden and D. Peden, eds. The Nile River Basin: Water, Agriculture, Governance and Livelihoods. Earthscan Publishing. Nov 5. 344 pgs.
  4. McCartney, M., T. Alemayehu, Y. Seleshi, Shiferaw, Y.A. Ibrahim, Z.M. Easton, and S.B. Awulachew, 2012. Simulating current and future water resource development in the Blue Nile River Basin. In S.B. Awulachew, V. Smakhtin, D. Molden and D. Peden, eds. The Nile River Basin: Water, Agriculture, Governance and Livelihoods. Earthscan Publishing. Nov 5. 344 pgs.
  5. Engda, T.A., H.K. Bayabil, E.S. Legesse, E. K. Ayana, S.A. Tilahun, A.S. Collick, Z.M. Easton, A. Rimmer, S.B. Awulachew, and T.S. Steenhuis. 2011. Watershed hydrology of the (semi) humid Ethiopian Highlands. In Nile River: Hydrology, Climate and Land Use. 145-162. A. Melesse, ed. New York, NY: Springer Science Publisher.
  6. Steenhuis, T.S., A.S. Collick, Z.M. Easton, E.S. Leggesse , H.K. Bayabil, E.D. White, S.B. Awulachew, E. Adgo, and A. Abdalla-Ahmed. 2009. Predicting discharge and erosion for the Abay (Blue Nile) with a simple model. In Abtew and Melesse, eds. Hydrology and Ecology of the Nile River Basin Under Extreme Conditions. National Science Foundation Office of International Science and Engineering. (pgs 200-212).
  7. Steenhuis, T.S., A.S. Collick, Z.M. Easton, E.S. Leggesse, H.K. Bayabil, E.D. White, S.B. Awulachew, E. Adgo, and A. Abdalla-Ahmed. 2009. Predicting discharge and erosion for the Abay (Blue Nile) with a simple model. In Abtew and Melesse, eds. Hydrology and Ecology of the Nile River Basin Under Extreme Conditions. National Science Foundation Office of International Science and Engineering. (pgs 200-212).
  8. Collick, A.S., Z.M. Easton, E. Adgo, S.B. Awulachew, Z. Gete, and T.S. Steenhuis. 2009. Application of a physically-based water balance model on four watersheds throughout the upper Nile basin in Ethiopia. In Abtew and Melesse, eds. Hydrology and Ecology of the Nile River Basin Under Extreme Conditions. National Science Foundation Office of International Science and Engineering. (pgs 93-113).
  9. Awulachew, S.B., M. Tenaw, T.S. Steenhuis, Z.M. Easton, A. Ahmed, K.E. Bashar, and A. Hailesellassie. 2009. Impact of watershed interventions on runoff and sedimentation in Gumera watershed, Ethiopia. National Science Foundation Office of International Science and Engineering.
  10. Steenhuis, T.S., A.S. Collick, S.B. Awulachew, A. Enyew Adgo, A. Abdassalam, and Z.M. Easton. 2009. Modeling Erosion and Sedimentation in the Upper Blue Nile In: Eds. W. Abtew and A. M. Melesse. Nile Basin hydrology and ecology under extreme climatic conditions.
  11. Easton, Z.M. and A.M. Petrovic. 2008. Determining nitrogen loading rates based on landuse in an urban watershed. In Nett, Carroll, Petrovic, and Horgan, eds. The fate of nutrients and pesticides in the urban environment. American Chemical Society. (pgs 19-42).
  12. Easton, Z.M. and A.M. Petrovic. 2008. Determining phosphorus loading rates based on landuse in an urban watershed. In Nett, Carroll, Petrovic, and Horgan, eds. The fate of nutrients pesticides in the urban environment. American Chemical Society. (pgs 43-62).
  13. Easton, Z.M. 2004. Data restructuring: I Changing raster values by selected area: II Changing raster values by geographic feature. In A. J. Lembo, ed. How do I do that in ArcGIS/Manifold: Illustrating Classic GIS Tasks. Cornell University DSpace. http://hdl.handle.net/1813/165.
  14. Easton, Z.M. 2004. Vector overlay operations: Line in polygon. In A. J. Lembo, ed. How do I do that in ArcGIS/Manifold: Illustrating Classic GIS Tasks. Cornell University DSpace. http://hdl.handle.net/1813/165.

Extension Publications

  1. Easton, Z.M.,S. Collick and E.M. Bock*. 2016. What to Consider When Considering an Agricultural Drainage System. (In Press).
  2. Easton, Z.M. and J.W. Faulkner. 2016. Communicating Climate Change to Agricultural Audiences. BSE-203P.
  3. Easton, Z.M. and E.M. Bock*. 2016. Soil and Soil Water Relationships. BSE-194P.
  4. Easton, Z.M. and E.M. Bock*. 2015. Hydrology Basics and the Hydrologic Cycle. BSE-191P.
  5. Easton, Z.M. and J.W. Faulkner. 2014. Climate Change Adaptation: Mitigating Short and Long Term Impacts of Climate on Agriculture. BSE-109P.
  6. Faulkner, J.W. and Z.M. Easton. 2014. Agricultural adaptation to climate change: improving resilience in row crop production. University of Vermont Extension.
  7. Rogers, M.*, E. Lassiter*, and Z.M. Easton. 2014. Greenhouse Gas Emissions in Agriculture: How Producers Can Help to Mitigate Climate Change. BSE-105P.
  8. Easton, Z.M. and E. Lassiter*. 2013. Denitrification Management. BSE-54P.
  9. Lassiter, E.* and Z.M. Easton. 2013. Denitrifying Bioreactors: An Emerging Best Management Practice to Improve Water Quality. BSE-55P.
  10. Easton, Z.M. 2012 How Do Stream Buffers Reduce the Offsite Impact of Pollution? VT/0712/web/BSE-38P.

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