List of Publications

<< Back
These Publications may be protected by Copyright Law (PL 94-533 and Title 17, U.S. Code) and are subject to the Fair Use Doctrine.

Underlined publication numbers are available for downloading as Adobe PDF files.
Viewing PDF files requires that you have Adobe Reader installed on your PC or Macintosh.

 U.S. Salinity Laboratory Riverside, CA 92507-4617 
1. Ayers, A.D. and J.T. Hatcher. 1939. Quantities of boron and zinc found in salts used in the preparation of culture solutions. Soil Sci. Soc. Amer. Proc. 4:314-315. NA.

2. Eaton, F.M. 1940. Interrelations in the effects of boron and indoleacetic acid on plant growth. Bot. Gaz. 101:700-705. NA.

3. Richards, L.A. 1940. Concerning permeability units for soils. Soil Sci. Soc. Amer. Proc. 5:49-53. NA.

4. Eaton, F.M. and C.R. Horton. 1940. Effect of exchange sodium on the moisture equivalent and the wilting coefficient of soils. J. Agr. Res. 61:401-425. NA.

5. Richards, L.A. 1941. A pressure-membrane extraction apparatus for soil solution. Soil Sci. 51:377-386. NA.

6. Eaton, F.M. 1941. Plant culture equipment. Plant Physiol. 16:385-392. NA.

7. Eaton, F.M. 1941. Water uptake and root growth as influenced by inequalities in the concentration of the substrate. Plant Physiol. 6:545-564. NA.

8. Hayward, H.E. and E.M. Long. 1941. Anatomical and physiological responses of the tomato to varying concentrations of sodium chloride, sodium sulphate, and nutrient solutions. Bot. Gaz. 102:437-462. NA.

9. Magistad, O.C. 1941. The use of softened Colorado River water for home gardens. J. Amer. Waterworks Assoc. 33:883-893. NA.

10. Moore, R.E. and K.R. Goodwin. 1941. Hydraulic head measurements in soils with high water tables. Agr. Eng. 22:263-264. NA.

11. Eaton, F.M. 1941. Use of nitric acid in control of pH and nitrate levels in nutrient solution. Plant Physiol. 16:834-836. NA.

12. Richards, L.A. and M.R. Huberty. 1941. Moisture studies under citrus using tensiometers. Proc. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci. 39:73-79. NA.

13. Richards, L.A. 1941. Hydraulics of water in unsaturated soil. Agr. Eng. 22:325-326. NA.

14. Lyon, C.B. 1941. Responses of two species of tomatoes and the F1 generation to sodium sulphate in the nutrient medium. Bot. Gaz. 103:107-122. NA.

15. Richards, L.A. 1942. Soil moisture tensiometer materials and construction. Soil Sci. 53:241-248. NA.

16. Hayward, H.E. and E.M. Long. 1942. The anatomy of the seedling and roots ofthe Valencia orange. U.S. Dept. Agr. Tech. Bull. 786NA.

17. Hayward, H.E. and W.M. Blair. 1942. Some responses of Valencia orange seedlings to varying concentrations of chloride and hydrogen ions. Amer.J.Bot. 29:148-155. NA.

18. Eaton, F.M. 1942. Toxicity and accumulation of chloride and sulfate salts in plants. J. Agr. Res. 64:357-299. NA.

19. Gauch, H.G. and F.M. Eaton. 1942. Effect of saline substrate on hourly levels of carbohydrates and inorganic constituents of barley plants. Plant Physiol. 17:347-365. NA.

20. Hayward, H.E., W.M. Blair and P.E. Skaling. 1942. Device for measuring entry of water into roots. Bot. Gaz. 104:152-160. NA.

21. Wadleigh, C.H. and H.G. Gauch. 1942. Assimilation in bean plants of nitrogen from saline solutions. Proc. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci. 41:360-364. NA.

22. Gauch, H.G. and C.H. Wadleigh. 1942. The influence of saline substrates upon the absorption of nutrients by bean plants. Proc. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci. 41:365-369. NA.

23. Ayers, A.D. 1942. Comparison of the calcium and sulphur content of plant fluids expressed from tissues killed by autoclaving and by freezing with solid carbon dioxide. Plant Physiol. 17:661-665. NA.

24. Hayward, H.E. and E.M. Long. 1942. Vegetative responses of the Elberta peach on Lovell and Shalil rootstocks to high chloride and sulfate solutions. Proc. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci. 41:149-155. NA.

25. Magistad, O.C., A.D. Ayers, C.H. Wadleigh and H.G. Gauch. 1943. Effect of salt concentration, kind of salt, and climate on plant growth in sand cultures. Plant Physiol. 18:151-166. NA.

26. Wilcox, L.V. and O.C. Magistad. 1943. Interpretation of analyses of irrigation waters and the relative tolerance of crop plants. (Superseded by Publ. 107). USDA Circ. 8. NA. ( ).

27. Reitemeier, R.F. 1943. Semimicroanalysis of saline soil solutions. Anal. Ed., Ind. and Eng. Chem. 15:393-402. NA.

28. Magistad, O.C. and R.F. Reitemeier. 1943. Soil solution concentrations at the wilting point and their correlation with plant growth. Soil Sci. 55:351-361. NA.

29. Richards, L.A. and L.R. Weaver. 1944. Moisture retention by some irrigated soils as related soil- moisture tension. J. Agr. Res. 69:215-235. NA.

30. Ayers, A.D., C.H. Wadleigh and O.C. Magistad. 1943. The interrelationships of salt concentration and soil moisture content with the growth of beans. J. Amer. Soc. Agron. 35:796-810. NA.

31. Hayward, H.E. and E.M. Long. 1943. Some effects of sodium salts on the growth of the tomato. . 18:556-569. NA.

32. Gauch, H.G. and O.C. Magistad. 1943. Growth of strawberry clover varieties and of alfalfa and ladino clover as affected by salt. J. Amer. Soc. Agron. 35:871-880. NA.

33. Richards, L.A. and L.R. Weaver. 1943. The sorption-block soil moisture and hysteresis effects related to its operation. J. Amer Soc. Agron. 35:1002-1011. NA.

34. Gauch, H.G. and C.H. Wadleigh. 1943. A new type of intermittently irrigated sand culture equipment. Plant Physiol. 18:543-547. NA.

35. Long, E.M. 1943. The effect of salt additions to the substrate on intake of water and nutrients by roots of approach-grafted tomato plants. Amer. J. Bot. 30:594-601. NA.

36. Magistad, O.C. and J.E. Christiansen. 1944. Saline soils, their nature and management. U.S. Dep. Agr. Circ. 707:32. NA.

37. Hayward, H.E. and W.B. Spurr. 1943. Effects of osmotic concentration of substrate on the entry of water into corn roots. Bot.Gaz. 105:152-164. NA.

38. Christiansen, J.E. 1943. Ground-water studies in relation to drainage. Agr. Eng. 24:339-342. NA.

39. Richards, L.A. and M. Fireman. 1943. Pressure-plate apparatus for measuring moisture sorption and transmission by soils. Soil Sci. 56:395-404. NA.

40. Richards, L.A. and L.R. Weaver. 1943. Fifteen-atmosphere percentage as related to the permanent wilting percentage. Soil Sci. 56:331-339. NA.

41. Spurr, W.B. and H.E. Hayward. 1944. The tolerance of flax to saline conditions: Effect of sodium chloride, calcium chloride, and sodium sulphte. J. Amer. Soc. Agron. 36:287-300. NA.

42. Wadleigh, C.H., H.G. Gauch and V. Davies. 1943. The trend of starch reserves in bean plants before and after irrigation a saline soil. Proc. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci. 43:201-209. NA.

43. Reitemeier, R.F. and L.A. Richards. 1944. Reliability of the pressure-membrane method for extraction of soil. Soil Sci. 57:119-135. NA.

44. Gauch, H.G. and C.H. Wadleigh. 1944. Effects of high salt concentrations on growth of bean plants. Bot. Gaz. 105:379-387. NA.

45. Magistad, O.C., M. Fireman and B. Mabry. 1944. Comparison of base-exchange equations founded on the law of mass action. Soil Sci. 57:371-379. NA.

46. Magistad, O.C., M. Fireman and L.V. Wilcox. 1944. Effect of sodium nitrate on permeability of Western soils. Calif.Citrog. (29 See also Publ. 64):196-197. NA.

47. Reitemeier, R.F. and M. Fireman. 1944. Prevention of calcium carbonate precipitation in soil solutions and waters by sodium hexametaphosphate. Soil Sci. 58:35-41. NA.

48. Magistad, O.C., R.F. Reitemeier and L.V. Wilcox. 1945. Determination of soluble salts in soils. Soil Sci. 59:65-75. NA.

49. Wadleigh, C.H. and H.G. Gauch. 1944. The influence of high concentrations of sodiums sulfate, sodium chloride, calcium chloride, and magnesium chloride on the growth of guayule in sand culture. Soil Sci. 58:399-403. NA.

50. Gauch, H.G. and C.H. Wadleigh. 1945. Effect of high concentrations of sodiums sulfate, sodium chloride, calcium chloride, and sulfate on ionic absorption by bean plants. Soil Sci. 59:139-153. NA.

51. Wadleigh, C.H. and A.D. Ayers. 1945. Growth and biochemical composition of bean plants as conditioned by soil moisture tension and salt concentration. Plant Physiol. 20:106-132. NA.

52. Fireman, M. 1944. Permeability measurements on disturbed soil samples. Soil Sci. 58:337-353. NA.

53. Christiansen, J.E. 1944. Effect of entrapped air upon the permeability of soils. Soil Sci. 58:355-365. NA.

54. Reitemeier, R.F. 1945. A centrifuge tube agitator. Anal. Ed., Ind. and Eng. Chem. 17NA.

55. Hayward, H.E. and W.B. Spurr. 1944. Effects of isosmotic concentrations of inorganic and organic substrates on entry of water into corn roots. Bot. Gaz. 106:131-139. NA.

56. Gardner, R. 1945. Some soil properties related to the sodium salt problem in irrigated soils. U.S.Dep.Agr.Tech.Bull. 902NA.

57. Donnan, W.W. and J.E. Christiansen. 1944. Ground water determinations. Western Construction News. 19:77-79. NA.

58. Magistad, O.C. 1945. Plant growth relations on saline and alkali soils. Bot.Rev. 11:181-230. NA.

59. Goode, W.E. and J.E. Christiansen. 1945. Obtaining soil cores for permeability tests. Agr.Eng. 26:153-155. NA.

60. Magistad, O.C. and M. Fireman. 1945. Permeability of five Western soils as affected by the percentage of sodium of the irrigation water. Trans.Amer.Geophys.U. 26:91-94. NA.

61. Christiansen, J.E. and R.F. Reitemeier. 1946. The effect of organic matter, gypsum, and drying on the infiltration rate and permeability of a soil irrigated with a high sodium water. Trans.Amer.Geophys.U. 27:181-186. NA.

62. Reitemeier, R.F. 1946. Effect of moisture content on the dissolved and exchangeable ions of soils of arid regions. Soil Sci. 61:195-214. NA.

63. Reitemeier, R.F. and L.V. Wilcox. 1946. A critique of estimating soil solution concentration from the electrical conductivity of saturated soils. Soil Sci. 61:281-293. NA.

64. Fireman, M., O.C. Magistad and L.V. Wilcox. 1945. Effect of sodium nitrate and ammonium fertilizers on the permeability of Western soils. J. Amer. Soc. Agron. 37:888-901. NA.

65. Wadleigh, C.H. 1946. The integrated soil moisture stress upon a root system in a large container of saline soil. Soil Sci. 61:225-238. NA.

66. Uhvits, R. 1946. Effect of osmotic pressure on water absorption and germination of alfalfa seeds. Amer. J. Bot. 33:278-285. NA.

67. Reitemeier, R.F., J.E. Christiansen, R.E. Moore and W.W. Aldrich. 1948. Effect of gypsum, organic matter, and drying on infiltration of water into a fine sandy loam. U.S. Dept. Agr. Tech. Bull. 37NA.

68. Wadleigh, C.H., H.G. Gauch and O.C. Magistad. 1946. Growth and rubber accumulation in guayule as conditioned by soil salinity and irrigation regime. U.S. Dep. Agr. Tech. Bull. 925NA.

69. Christiansen, J.E., M. Fireman and L.E. Allison. 1946. Displacement of soil-air by CO2 for permeability tests. Soil Sci. 61:355-360. NA.

71. Hayward, H.E., E.M. Long and R. Uhvits. 1946. Effect of chloride and sulfate salts on the growth and development of the Elberta peach on Shalil and Lovell rootstocks. U.S. Dep. Agr. Tech Bull. 922NA.

72. Hayward, H.E. and O.C. Magistad. 1946. The salt problem in irrigation agriculture. U.S. Dep. Agr. Misc. Publ. 607NA.

73. Bower, C.A. and L.M. Turk. 1946. Calcium and magnesium deficiencies in alkali soils. J. Amer. Soc. Agron. 38:723-727. NA.

74. Wadleigh, C.H., H.G. Gauch and D.G. Strong. 1947. Root penetration and moisture extraction in saline soil by crop. Soil Sci. 63:341-349. NA.

75. Christiansen, J.E. 1947. Some permeability characteristics of saline and alkali soils. Agr. Eng. 28:147-150. NA.

76. Pillsbury, A.F. and J.E. Christiansen. 1947. Installing ground-water piezometers by jetting for drainage. Agr. Eng. 28:409-410. NA.

77. Allison, L.E. 1947. Effect of microorganisms on permeability of soil under prolonged submergence. Soil Sci. 63:439-450. NA.

78. Marshall, C.E. and A.D. Ayers. 1946. Clay membrane electrodes for determining calcium activities. Soil Sci. Soc. Amer. Proc. 11:171-171. NA.

79. Reitemeier, R.F. and A.D. Ayers. 1947. Calcium ion activities in super-saturated solutions stabilized by sodium metaphospate as deter mined by clay membrane electrodes. J. Amer. Chem. Soc. 69:2759-2761. NA.

80. Richards, L.A. 1947. Pressure-membrane apparatus -- Construction and use. Agr. Eng. 28:451-454. NA.

81. U.S.Regional Salinity Laboratory Staff. 1947. Diagnosis and improvement of saline and alkali soils. L.A. Richards (ed.). (157 ed.)NA.

82. Hayward, H.E. 1947. The control of salinity. In Science and Farming. Yearbook Agr.(US Dep Agr) p. 547 553.-553 US Dep Agr. NA.

83. Ayers, A.D. 1948. Salt tolerance of birdfoot trefoil. J. Amer. Soc. Agron. 40:331-334. NA.

84. Wadleigh, C.H. and H.G. Gauch. 1948. Rate of leaf elongation as affected by the intensity of the total soil moisture. Plant Physiol. 23:485-495. NA.

85. Richards, L.A. and R.B. Campbell. 1948. Use of thermistors for measuring the freezing point of solutions and soils. Soil Sci. 65:429-429. NA.

86. Richards, L.A. 1948. Porous plate apparatus for measuring moisture retention and transmission by soil. Soil Sci. 66:105-110. NA.

87. Bower, C.A. and R.B. Huss. 1948. Rapid conductometric method for estimating gypsum in soils. Soil Sci. 66:199-204. NA.

88. Richards, L.A. and C.H. Wadleigh. 1952. Soil water and plant growth. In B.T.Shaw (ed.) Soil physical conditions and plant growth.Agronomy. (2 ed.):73-251. NA.

89. Bower, C.A. 1948. Rapid tests for soluble and exchangeable sodium in saline and alkali soils. J.Amer. Soc. Agron. 40:1100-1105. NA.

90. Marshall, C.E. and A.D. Ayers. 1948. The electrochemical properties of mineral membranes. VI. Clay membranes for the determination of calcium. J. Amer. Chem. Soc. 70:1297-1302. NA.

91. Fireman, M. and R.C. Reeve. 1948. Some characteristics of saline and alkali soils in Gem County, Idaho. Soil Sci. Soc. Amer. Proc. 13:494-498. NA.

92. Campbell, R.B., C.A. Bower and L.A. Richards. 1948. Change of electrical conductivity with temperature and the relation of osmotic pressure to electrical conductivity and ion concentration for soil extracts. Soil Sci. Soc. Amer. Proc. 13:66-69. NA.

93. Wadleigh, C.H. and M. Fireman. 1948. Salt distribution under furrow and basin irrigated cotton and its effect on water removal. Soil Sci. Soc. Amer. Proc. 13:527-530. NA.

94. Ayers, A.D. and H.E. Hayward. 1948. A method for measuring the effects of soil salinity on seed germination with observations on several crop plants. Soil Sci. Soc. Amer. Proc. 13:224-226. NA.

95. Bower, C.A. and C.H. Wadleigh. 1948. Growth and cationic accumulation by four species of plants as influenced by various levels of exchangeable sodium. Soil Sci. Soc. Amer. Proc. 13:218-223. NA.

96. Richards, L.A. and R.B. Campbell. 1948. The freezing point of moisture in soil cores. Soil Sci. Soc. Amer. Proc. 13:70-74. NA.

97. Reeve, R.C., L.E. Allison and D.F.,Jr. Peterson. 1948. Reclamation of saline-alkali soils by leaching -- Delta Area, Utah. Utah Agr. Exp. Sta. Bull. 335NA.

98. Wadleigh, C.H. and C.A. Bower. 1950. The influence of calcium ion activity in water cultures on the intake of cations by bean plants. Plant Physiol. 25:1-12. NA.

99. Wadleigh, C.H. 1949. Mineral nutrition of plants. Annu. Rev. Biochem.:. 655 678.-678. NA.

100. Hayward, H.E. and C.H. Wadleigh. 1949. Plant growth on saline and alkali soils. Advance. Agron. 1:1-38. NA.

101. Reeve, R.C. and M.C. Jensen. 1949. Piezometers for ground-water flow studies and measurement of subsoil permeability. Agr. Eng. 30:435-438. NA.

102. Richards, L.A. 1949. Methods of measuring soil moisture tensions. Soil Sci. 68:95-112. NA.

103. Richards, L.A. 1949. Filter funnels for soil extracts. Agron. J. 41NA.

104. Richards, L.A. 1949. Methods for mounting porous plates used in soil moisture measurement. Agron. J. 41:489-490. NA.

105. Hatcher, J.T. and L.V. Wilcox. 1950. Colorimetric determination of boron using carmine. Anal. Chem. 22:567-569. NA.

106. Wilcox, L.V. 1948. The quality of water for irrigation use. U.S.Dep.Agr.Tech.Bull. 962NA.

107. Wilcox, L.V. 1948. Explanation and interpretation of analyses of irrigation waters. U.S. Dep. Agr. Circ. 784NA.

108. Wilcox, L.V. 1948. Agricultural uses of reclaimed sewage effluent. Sewage Works J. XX:. 24 35.-35. NA.

109. Wilcox, L.V. 1948. Toxic effects of boron on plants. Lower Rio Grande Valley Citrus and Vegetable Inst. 3:7-12. NA.

110. Fireman, M., C.A. Mogen and G. Orien Baker. 1950. Characteristics of saline and alkali soils in the Emmett Valley Area, Idaho. Idaho Agr. Exp. Sta. Res. Bull. 17NA.

111. Wadleigh, C.H. and L.A. Richards. 1951. Soil moisture and mineral nutrition of plants. In Emil Truog (ed.) Mineral nutrition of plants. Univ. Wisconsin Press.p. 411 450.-450 ed.. NA.

112. Richards, L.A., R.B. Campbell and L.W. Healton. 1950. Some freezing point depression measurements on cores of soil in which cotton and sunflower plants were wilted. Soil Sci. Soc. Amer. Proc. 14:47-50. NA.

113. Bower, C.A. and R.K. Petersen. 1950. Technique for determining the permeability of soil cores obtined with te Lutz sampler. Agron. J. 42:55-56. NA.

114. Richards, L.A. and D.C. Moore. 1952. Influence of capillary conductivity and depth of wetting on moisture retention in soil. Trans. Amer. Geophys. U. 33:531-540. NA.

115. Richards, L.A. 1950. Laws of soil moisture. Trans. Amer. Geophys. U. 31:750-756. NA.

116. Chapman, H.D., L.V. Wilcox and H.E. Hayward. 1947. Water quality from an agricultural point of view. In Report of Interim Fact-Finding Committee on Wate Pollution.Assembly of State of California Publ.p. 134NA.

117. Richards, L.A. 1950. Chemical and physical characteristics of saline and alkali soils of Western United States. Int. Cong. Soil Sci., Trans. (4 Amsterdam):1-6. NA.

118. Richards, L.A. 1950. Experimental demonstration of the hydraulic criterion for zero flow of water in unsaturated soil. Int. Congr. Soil Sci., Trans. (4 Amsterdam):66-68. NA.

119. Wilcox, L.V. 1950. Electrical conductivity. J. Amer. Waterworks Assoc. 42:775-776. NA.

120. Campbell, R.B. and L.A. Richards. 1950. Some moisture and salinity relationships in peat soils. Agron. J. 42:582-585. NA.

121. Bower, C.A. 1950. Fixation of ammonium in difficultly exchangeable form under moist conditions by some soils of semiarid regions. Soil Sci. 70:375-383. NA.

122. Wilcox, L.V. 1950. Pressure-control unit for use with the pressure-plate apparatus for measuring moisture sorption and transmission by soils. Soil Sci. 70:427-430. NA.

123. Reger, J.S., A.F. Pillsbury, R.C. Reeve and R.K. Petersen. 1950. Techniques for drainage investigations in the Coachella Valley, Calif. Agr. Eng. 31:559-564. NA.

124. Blair, G.Y., L.A. Richards and R.B. Campbell. 1950. The rate of elongation of sunflower plants and the freezing point of soil moisture in relation to permanent wilt. Soil Sci. 70:431-439. NA.

125. Allison, L.E. 1951. Vapor-phase sterilization of soil with ethylene oxide. Soil Sci. 72:341-352. NA.

126. Bernstein, L. and A.D. Ayers. 1951. Salt tolerance of six varieties of green beans. Proc. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci. 57:243-248. NA.

127. Ayers, A.D., C.H. Wadleigh and L. Bernstein. 1951. Salt tolerance of six varieties of lettuce. Proc. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci. 57:237-237. NA.

128. Bernstein, L., A.D. Ayers and C.H. Wadleigh. 1951. The salt tolerance of White Rose potatoes. Proc. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci. 57:231-236. NA.

129. Reeve, R.C. and D. Kirkham. 1951. Soil anisotropy and some field methods for measuring permeability. Trans. Amer. Geophys. U. 32:582-590. NA.

130. Wadleigh, C.H., H.E. Hayward and A.D. Ayers. 1951. First year growth of stone fruits on saline substrates. Proc. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci. 57:31-36. NA.

131. Fireman, M., C.W. Chang and L.W. Healton. 1951. Soils investigations on the Tucumcari, New Mexico, Irrigation Project. New Mexico Agr. Exp. Sta. Press Bull. 1054NA.

132. Fireman, M. and C.H. Wadleigh. 1951. A statistical study of the relation between pH and the exchangeable-sodium-percentage of Western soils. Soil Sci. 71:273-285. NA.

133. Wilcox, L.V. and J.T. Hatcher. 1950. Methods of analysis used in the Rubidoux Laboratory, Riverside, California. USSL Pub. (6th Edition):NA.

134. Gauch, H.G. and C.H. Wadleigh. 1951. Salt tolerance and chemical composition of Rhodes and Dallis grasses grown in sand cultures. Bot. Gaz. 112:259-271. NA.

135. Bower, C.A. 1951. Availability of ammonium fixed in difficultly exchangeable form by soils of semiarid regions. Soil Sci. Soc. Amer. Proc. 15:119-122. NA.

136. Ayers, A.D. 1950. Salt tolerance of avocado trees grown in culture solution. California Avocado Soc.Yearbook:. 139 148.-148. NA.

137. Ayers, A.D. and R.B. Campbell. 1951. Freezing point of water in a soil as related to salt and moisture contents of the soil. Soil Sci. 72:201-206. NA.

138. Ayers, A.D. 1952. Seed germination as affected by soil moisture and salinity. Agron. J. 44:82-84. NA.

139. Peterson, D.F.,Jr., R.C. Reeve and L.E. Allison. 1949. Removal of salts by leaching found feasible and economical at Delta. Farm and Home Sci. 10:10-11. NA.

140. Israelson, O.W., D.F.,Jr. Peterson and R.C. Reeve. 1950. Effectiveness of gravity drains and experimental pumping for drainage, Delta Area, Utah. Utah Agr. Exp. Sta. Bull. 345NA.

141. Wilcox, L.V. 1951. A method for calculating the saturation percentage from the weight of a known volume of saturated soil paste. Soil Sci. 72:233-237. NA.

142. Wadleigh, C.H., H.G. Gauch and M. Kolisch. 1951. Mineral composition of orchard grass grown on Pachappa loam salinized with various salts. Soil Sci. 72:275-282. NA.

143. Bower, C.A., R.F. Reitemeier and M. Fireman. 1952. Exchangeable cation analysis of saline and alkali soils. Soil Sci. 73:251-261. NA.

144. Campbell, R.B. 1952. Freezing point of water in puddled and unpuddled soils at different soil moisture tension. Soil Sci. 73:221-229. NA.

145. Ayers, A.D., J.W. Brown and C.H. Wadleigh. 1952. Salt tolerance of barley and wheat in soil plots receiving several salinization regimes. Agron. J. 44:307-310. NA.

146. Wadleigh, C.H. and J.W. Brown. 1952. The chemical status of bean plants afflicted with bicarbonate- induced chlorosis. Bot. Gaz. 113:373-392. NA.

147. Wilcox, L.V., C.S. Scofield, C.S. Howard, C.A. Bower, C.H. Wadleigh and H.E. Hayward. 1951. Water for irrigation use. Eng News. 29:990-993. NA.

148. Ayers, A.D., D.G. Aldrich and J.J. Coony. 1951. Leaf burn of avocado. Calif. Agric. 5NA.

149. Bodman, G.B. and M. Fireman. 1950. Changes in soil permeability and exchangeable cation status during flow of different irrigation waters. Int. Congr. Soil Sci. Trans. (4 Amsterdam):397-400. NA.

150. Bower, C.A., L.R. Swarner, A.W. Marsh and F.M. Tileston. 1958. The improvement of an alkali soil by treatment with manure and chemical amendments. Oregon Agr. Exp. Sta. Tech. Bull. 22NA.

151. Marsh, A.W., L.R. Swarner, F.M. Tileston, C.A. Bower and E.N. Hoffman. 1952. Irrigation management investigations on nonsaline soils. Oregon Agr. Exp. Sta. Tech. Bull. 23NA.

152. Bowan, L.C., F.J. Turner, C.D. Moodie and C.A. Bower. 1952. Reclamation of a saline-alkali soil by Wadleigh, C. H., and J. W. Brown. 1952. Influence of sodium bicarbonate on mineral composition of red garden Beets. Proc. Amer. Soc. Sugar Beet Technol.:. 54 57.-57. NA.

153. Wadleigh, C.H. and J.W. Brown. 1952. Influence of sodium bicarbonate on mineral composition of red garden beets. Proc. Amer. Soc. Sugar Beet Technol. 54 57.-57. NA.

154. Wadleigh, C.H., A.D. Ayers and C.A. Bower. 1952. Effect of saline and alkali soil on growth of sugar beets. Proc. Amer. Soc. Sugar Beet Technol. 50 53.-53. NA.

155. Soil Science Society of America. 1952. Report of the subcommittee on permeability and infiltration, committee on terminology. Soil Sci. Soc. Amer. Proc. 16:85-88. NA.

156. Richards, L.A. 1952. Water conducting and retaining properties of soils in relation to irrigation. Proc. Int. Symp. on Desert Research:. 1 22.-22. NA.

157. Allison, L.E. 1952. Effect of synthetic polyelectrolytes on the structure of saline and alkali soils. Soil Sci. 73:443-454. NA.

158. Fireman, M. and H.E. Hayward. 1952. Indicator significance of some shrubs in the Escalante Desert. Utah. Bot. Gaz. 114:143-155. NA.

159. Ayers, A.D. 1953. Germination and emergence of several varieties of barley in salinized soil cultures. Agron. J. 45:68-71. NA.

160. Bower, C.A. and F.B. Gschwend. 1952. Ethylene glycol retention by soils as a measure of surface area and interlayer swelling. Soil Sci. Soc. Amer. Proc. 16:342-345. NA.

161. Ayers, A.D., D.G. Aldrich and J.J. Coony. 1951. Sodium and chloride injury to Fuerte avocado leaves. California Avocado Soc. Yearbook:. 174 178.-178. NA.

162. Hayward, H.E. 1952. Plant growth under saline conditions. UNESCO, Paris.Provisional reproduction without figures. (63 Superseded by Pub)NA.

163. Brown, J.W., C.H. Wadleigh and H.E. Hayward. 1953. Foliar analysis of stone fruit and almond trees on saline substrates. Proc. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci. 61:49-55. NA.

164. Reeve, R.C. 1953. Factors influencing drainage design in irrigated areas. Agr. Eng. 34:88-90. NA.

166. Pearson, G.A. and J.A. Goss. 1953. Observations on the effects of salinity and water table on young grapefruit. Proc. Annu. Rio Grande Valley Hort. Inst. 7-6. NA.

167. Bernstein, L. and A.D. Ayers. 1953. Salt tolerance of five varieties of carrots. Proc. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci. 61:360-366. NA.

168. Wilcox, L.V. 1953. Irrigation water quality as affected by use and reuse. Chem. and Eng.News. 31:3448-3454. NA.

169. Bernstein, L. and A.D. Ayers. 1953. Salt tolerance of five varieties of onions. Proc. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci. 62:367-370. NA.

170. Hayward, H.E. 1953. Salinity in Western irrigated soils. Amer. Fruit Grower (West.Ed.). (73 West. Ed.)-12. NA.

171. Richards, L.A. 1953. Modulus of rupture as an index of surface crusting of soil. Soil Sci. Soc. Amer. Proc. 17:321-323. NA.

172. Reeve, R.C. 1953. A method of determining the stability of soil structure based upon air and water permeability measurements. Soil Sci. Soc. Amer. Proc. 17:324-329. NA.

173. Bernstein, L. and G.A. Pearson. 1954. Influence of integrated moisture stress achieved by varying the osmotic pressure of culture solutions on growth of tomato and pepper plants. Soil Sci. 77:355-368. NA.

174. Richards, L.A. 1954. Multiple tensiometer for determining the vertical component of th hydraulic gradient in soil. Soil Sci. Soc. Amer. Proc. 18:7-9. NA.

175. Reeve, R.C. and R.H. Brooks. 1953. Equipment for subsampling and packing fragmented soil samples for air and water permeability tests. Soil Sci. Soc. Amer. Proc. 17:333-336. NA.

176. Wadleigh, C.H. and M. Fireman. 1954. Multiple regression analysis of soil data. Soil Sci. 78:127-139. NA.

177. Bower, C.A., C.D. Moodie, P. Orth and F.B. Gschwend. 1954. Correlation of sugar beet yields with chemical properties of a saline-alkali soil. Soil Sci. 77:443-451. NA.

178. Wilcox, L.V., G.Y. Blair and C.A. Bower. 1954. Effect of bicarbonate on suitability of water for irrigation. Soil Sci. 77:259-266. NA.

179. Reeve, R.C., C.A. Bower, R.H. Brooks and F.B. Gschwend. 1954. A comparison of the effects of exchangeable sodium and potassium upon the physical condition of soils. Soil Sci. Soc. Amer. Proc. 18:130-132. NA.

180. USSL Staff 1954. Diagnosis and Improvement of Saline and Alkali soils. U.S.D.A. Handbook No.60 . ( Click! on Index Number for available HTML / PDF Version ): (web version only).

181. Bower, C.A. 1955. Determination of exchangeable magnesium in soils containing dolomite. Soil Sci. Soc. Amer. 19:40-42. NA.

182. Richards, L.A. 1954. The measurement of soil water in relation to plant requirements. Sci. Monthly. 78:307-313. NA.

184. Brown, J.W. and C.H. Wadleigh. 1955. Influence of sodium bicarbonate on the growth and chlorosis of garden beets. Bot. Gaz. 116:201-209. NA.

185. Bernstein, L., B.A. Krantz and A.J. MacKenzie. 1955. The interaction of salinity and planting practice on the germination of irrigated row crops. Soil Sci. Soc. Amer. Proc. 19:240-243. NA.

186. Hayward, H.E. 1954. Plant growth under saline conditions. In Reviews of research on problems of utilization of saline water.Arid Zone Programme, UNESCO, Paris.p. 37 71.-71. NA.

187. Hayward, H.E. 1954. Sodium hazard in Western irrigated soils. Amer.Fruit Grower (West.Ed.). (74 West. Ed.)-12. NA.

188. Hayward, H.E. 1954. Saline and alkali soils -- their diagnosis and improvement. Soil Conservation. 20:75-81. NA.

189. Reeve, R.C., A.F. Pillsbury and L.V. Wilcox. 1955. Reclamation of a saline and high boron soil in the Coachella Valley of California. Hilgardia. 24:69-91. NA.

190. Bower, C.A. and J.O. Goertzen. 1955. Negative adsorption of salts by soils. Soil Sci.Soc.Amer.Proc. 19:147-151. NA.

191. Allison, L.E. and R.C. Reeve. 1955. Lysimeters for studying effects of salinity, leaching, and position of water table on plant growth. Soil Sci. 79:81-91. NA.

192. Wilcox, L.V. 1955. Classification and use of irrigation waters. U.S.Dept.Agr.Circ. 969NA.

193. Fireman, M. and H.E. Hayward. 1955. Irrigation water and saline and alkali soils. Yearbook Agr.(US Dept.Agr.) p. 321 327.-327 US Dept. Agr.. NA.

194. Bernstein, L. 1955. The needs and uses of water by plants. Yearbook Agr.(US Dept.Agr.) p. 18 25.-25 US Dept. Agr.. NA.

195. Richards, L.A. 1955. Retention and transmission of water in soil. Yearbook Agr.(US Dept.Agr.) p. 144 151.-151 US Dept. Agr.. NA.

196. Gardner, W.R. 1956. Representation of soil aggregate-size distribution by a logarithmic-normal distribution. Soil Sci.Soc.Amer.Proc. 20:151-153. NA.

197. Allison, L.E. and D.C. Moore. 1956. Effect of VAMA and HPAN soil conditioners on aggregation, surface crusting, and moisture retention in alkali soils. Soil Sci.Soc.Amer.Proc. 20:143-146. NA.

198. Richards, L.A. 1955. A portable vacuum filter. Soil Sci. 79:423-425. NA.

199. Richards, L.A. 1955. Portable conductivity bridge and cells for salinity appraisal. Soil Sci. 80:55-59. NA.

200. Allison, L.E. 1956. Soil and plant responses to VAMA and HPAN soil contioners in the presence of high exchangeable sodium. Soil Sci.Soc.Amer.Proc. 20:147-151. NA.

201. Hayward, H.E. 1956. The salinity factor in the reuse of waste waters. In The Future of Arid Lands, Amer.Assoc.Advance.Sci.Publ. 43:279-290. NA.

202. Richards, L.A. 1956. Agricultural use of water under saline conditions. In The Future of Arid Lands, Amer.Assoc.Advance.Sci.Publ. 43:221-225. NA.

203. Wilcox, L.V. 1957. Analyses of salt balance and salt-burden data on the Rio Grande. Symp.on Problems of the Rio Grande.Albuquerque, N.Mexico State Eng.Office. 39 44.-44. NA.

204. Hayward, H.E. 1955. Factors affecting the salt tolerance of horticultural crops. Int.Hort.Congr.Rep. (14 Netherlands):385-399. NA.

205. Richards, L.A. 1956. Sample retainers for measuring water retention by soil. Soil Sci.Soc.Amer.Proc. 20:301-303. NA.

206. Richards, L.A. and G. Ogata. 1956. Materials for retainer plates and their use for retentivity measurements. Soil Sci.Soc.Amer.Proc. 20:303-306. NA.

207. Brown, J.W. and H.E. Hayward. 1956. Salt tolerance of alfalfa varieties. Agron.J. 48:18-20. NA.

208. Bernstein, L. and R.S. Ayers. 1955. Sloping seedbeds. California Agr. 9NA.

209. Richards, L.A., W.R. Gardner and G. Ogata. 1956. Physical processes determining water loss from soil. Soil Sci.Soc.Amer.Proc. 20:310-314. NA.

210. Bower, C.A., W.R. Gardner and J.O. Goertzen. 1957. Dynamics of cation exchange in soil columns. Soil Sci.Soc.Amer.Proc. 21:20-24. NA.

211. Brooks, R.H., C.A. Bower and R.C. Reeve. 1956. The effect of various exchangeable cations upon the physical condition of soils. Soil Sci.Soc.Amer.Proc. 20:325-327. NA.

212. Allison, L.E. 1956. A study of synthetic aggregate breakdown using logarithmic normal distribution analysis. Soil Sci.Soc.Amer.Proc. 20:314-316. NA.

213. Gardner, W.R. 1956. Calculation of capillary conductivity from pressure plate outflow data. Soil Sci.Soc.Amer.Proc. 20:317-320. NA.

214. Bernstein, L., M. Fireman and R.C. Reeve. 1955. Control of salinity in the Imperial Valley, California. U.S.Dep.Agr.ARS. 41-41. NA.

215. Richards, L.A., C.A. Bower and M. Fireman. 1956. Tests for salinity and sodium status of soil and of irrigation water. U.S.Dep.Agr.Circ. 982NA.

216. Bernstein, L. and G.A. Pearson. 1956. Influence of exchangeable sodium on the yield and chemical composition of plants. I. Grenn beans, garden beets, clover, and alfalfa. Soil Sci. 82:247-258. NA.

217. Richards, L.A. 1955. Water content changes following the wetting of bare soil in the field. Soil Sci.Soc.Florida Proc. 15:142-148. NA.

218. Bower, C.A. and W.C. Cooper. 1956. The sodium-adsorption-ratio and its significance in irrigation agriculture. J.Rio Grande Valley Hort.Soc. 10:49-52. NA.

219. Wadleigh, C.H., L.V. Wilcox and M.H. Gallantin. 1956. Quantity of irrigation water. J.Soil and Water Conserv. 11:31-33. NA.

221. Bernstein, L., J.W. Brown and H.E. Hayward. 1956. The influence of rootstock on growth and salt accumulation in stone-fruit trees and almonds. Proc.Amer.Soc.Hort Sci. 68:86-95. NA.

222. Bernstein, L. and M. Fireman. 1957. Laboratory studies on salt distribution in furrow-irrigated soil with special reference to the pre-emergence period. Soil Sci. 83:249-263. NA.

223. Brooks, R.H., J.O. Goertzen and C.A. Bower. 1958. Prediction of changes in the compositions of the dissolved and exchangeable cations in soils upon irrigation with high-sodium waters. Soil Sci.Soc.Amer.Proc. 22:122-124. NA.

224. Ogata, G. and L.A. Richards. 1957. Water content changes following irrigation of bare-field soil that is protected from evaporation. Soil Sci.Soc.Amer.Proc. 21:355-356. NA.

225. Pearson, G.A., J.A. Goss and H.E. Hayward. 1957. The influence of salinity and water table on the growth and mineral composition of young grapefruit trees. Proc.Amer.Soc.Hort.Sci. 69:197-203. NA.

226. Gardner, W.R. and R.H. Brooks. 1957. A descriptive theory of leaching. Soil Sci. 83:295-304. NA.

227. Bower, C.A. and M. Fireman. 1957. Saline and alkali soils. In Soil.Yearbook Agr.(US Dept.Agr.) p. 282 290.-290 US Dept. Agr.. NA.

228. Richards, L.A. and S.J. Richards. 1957. Soil moisture. In Soil.Yearbook Agr.(US Dept.Agr.).p. 49 60.-60 US Dept. Agr.. NA.

229. Reeve, R.C. 1957. The design of a gravel envelope for title drains and methods of measuring soil permeability. In J.N.Luthin (ed.) Drainage of agricultural land.Agronomy. (7 ed.):339-344. NA.

230. USSL Staff 1958. Salt problems in irrigated soils. U.S.Dept.Agr.Inf.Bull. 190NA.

231. Bower, C.A. 1959. Cation-exchange equilibria in soils affected by sodium salts. Soil Sci. 88:32-35. NA.

232. Allison, L.E. 1957. Effect of soil-conditioned polymers on the cation-exchange capacity. Soil Sci. 83:391-397. NA.

233. Pillsbury, A.F., L.O. Weeks, J.R. Spencer and R.C. Reeve. 1956. Discharge of tile drainage systems in an irrigated area of California. Trans.Amer.Geophys.U. 37:474-476. NA.

234. Richards, L.A. 1955. Instrument for measuring electrical conductivity of tests solutions. U.S.Patent No. 2NA.

235. Richards, L.A. 1956. Vacuum filter. U.S.Patent No. 2NA.

236. Reeve, R.C. 1957. The relation of salinity to irrigation and drainage requirements. 3rd Congr. Int. Comm. Irrigation and Drainage, 10::10.175-10.187. (Question 10R.).

239. Bower, C.A. 1959. Chemical amendments for improving sodium soils. U.S.Dept.Agr.Inf.Bull. 195NA.

240. Bernstein, L. 1958. Salt tolerance of grasses and forage legumes. U.S.Dept.Agr.Inf.Bull. 194NA.

241. Wilcox, L.V. 1958. Determining the quality of irrigation water. U.S.Dept.Agr.Inf.Bull. 197NA.

242. Edminister, T.W. and R.C. Reeve. 1957. Drainage problems and methods. In Soil.Yearbook Agr.(US Dept.Agr.) p. 378 385.-385 US Dept. Agr.. NA.

243. Gardner, W.R. 1958. Some steady-state solutions of the unsaturated moisture flow equation with application to evaporation from a water table. Soil Sci. 85:228-232. NA.

244. Gardner, W.R. and M. Fireman. 1958. Laboratory studies of evaporation from soil columns in the presence of a water table. Soil Sci. 85:244-249. NA.

245. Bower, C.A. and J.O. Goertzen. 1958. Replacement of adsorbed sodium in soils by hydrolysis of calcium carbonate. Soil Sci.Soc.Amer.Proc. 22:33-35. NA.

246. Reeve, R.C. 1957. Drainage of irrigated lands. Soil Conservation. 23:12-15. NA.

247. Goertzen, J.O. and C.A. Bower. 1958. Carbon dioxide from plant roots as a factor in the replacement of adsorbed sodium in calcareous soils. Soil Sci.Soc.Amer.Proc. 22:36-37. NA.

248. Hatcher, J.T. and C.A. Bower. 1958. Equilibria and dynamics of boron adsorption by soils. Soil Sci. 85:319-323. NA.

249. Gardner, W.R. and M.S. Mayhugh. 1958. Solutions and tests of the diffusion equation for the movement of water in soil. Soil Sci.Soc.Amer.Proc. 22:197-201. NA.

250. Hayward, H.E. and L. Bernstein. 1958. Plant-growth relationships on salt-affected soils. Bot.Rev. 24:584-635. NA.

251. Richards, L.A. 1957. Water retention and transmission in soil. Hawaiian Sugar Technol. 43 46.-46. NA.

252. Lagerwerff, J.V. 1958. Comparable effects pf adsprbed and dissolved cations on plant growth. Soil Sci. 86:63-69. NA.

253. Bernstein, L. and H.E. Hayward. 1958. Physiology of salt tolerance. Annu.Rev.Plant Physiol. 9:25-46. NA.

254. Pearson, G.A. and L. Bernstein. 1958. Influence of exchangeable sodium on yield and chemical composition of plants: II. Wheat, barley, oats, rice, tall fescue, and tall wheatgrass. Soil Sci. 86:254-261. NA.

255. Miljkovic, N., A.D. Ayers and D.L. Eberhard. 1959. Salt-affected soils of Yugoslavia. Soil Sci. 88:51-55. NA.

256. Gardner, W.R. 1958. Mathematics of isothermal water conduction in unsaturated soils. In Water and Conduction in Soils.Highway Res.Board Spec.Rep. 40:78-87. NA.

257. Wilcox, L.V. 1958. Water quality from the standpoint of irrigation. J.Amer.Waterworks Asoc. 50:650-654. NA.

258. Richards, L.A. and H.E. Hayward. 1959. Salinity hazards. Intersociety Conf.Irrigation and Drainage, Proc.lst. 93 96.-96. NA.

259. Ehlig, C.F. and L. Bernstein. 1958. Salt tolerance of strawberries. Proc.Amer.Soc.Hort.Sci. 72:198-206. NA.

260. Richards, L.A. 1959. Availability of water to crops on saline soils. U.S.Dept.Agr.Inf.Bull. 2NA.

261. Reeve, R.C. 1958. Reclamation of salt-affected soils (Abstr.). Agr.Eng. 39NA.

262. Ehrler, W. and L. Bernstein. 1958. Effects of root temperature, mineral nutrition, and salinity on the growth and composition of rice. Bot.Gaz. 120:67-74. NA.

263. Pearson, G.A. 1959. Factors influencing salinity of submerged galss electrode. Soil Sci.Soc.Amer.Proc. 23:29-31. NA.

264. Bower, C.A. 1959. Determination of sodium in saline solutions with a glass electrode. Soil Sci.Soc.Amer.Proc. 23:29-23. NA.

265. Richards, L.A. and G. Ogata. 1958. Thermocouple for vapor pressure measurement in biological and soil systems at high humidity. Science. 28:89-89. NA.

266. Bower, C.A. and J.O. Goertzen. 1959. Surface area of soils and clays by an equilibrium ethylene glycol method. Soil Sci. 87:289-292. NA.

267. Gardner, W.R. 1959. Solutions of the flow equation for the drying of soils and other porous media. Soil Sci.Soc.Amer.Proc. 23:83-83. NA.

268. Reeve, R.C. 1960. The transmission of water by soils as influenced by chemical and physical properties. Int.Congr.Agr.Eng., Trans. 5:21-32. NA.

269. Wilcox, L.V. 1959. Salinity - a hidden danger. Cotton Trade J.26th Int.Yearbook. 58-64. NA.

270. Bower, C.A. 1960. Prediction of the effects of irrigation waters on soils. In Salinity Problems in the Arid Zones.Proc.UNESCO Arid Zone Symp.(Tehran, Iran). 14:215-222. NA.

271. Hatcher, J.T., G.Y. Blair and C.A. Bower. 1959. Response of beans to dissolved and adsorbed boron. Soil Sci. 88:98-100. NA.

272. Bernstein, L. 1959. Salt tolerance of vegetable crops in the West. U.S.Dept.Agr.Inf.Bull.205. 5p. NA.

273. Allison, L.E. 1959. A convenient apparatus for the quantitative estimation of carbon dioxide in a carrier stream. Soil Sci.Soc.Amer.Proc. 23:324-325. NA.

274. Wilcox, L.V. 1960. Boron injury to plants. U.S.Dept.Agr.Inf.Bull.211. 7p. NA.

276. Gardner, W.R. 1959. Soil water relations in arid and semi-arid conditions. In Plant-water relationships in arid and semi-arid conditions: Rev.of Res.(UNESCO). 15:37-61. NA.

277. Ehlig, C.F. and L. Bernstein. 1959. Foliar absorption of sodium and chloride as a factor in sprinkler irrigation. Proc.Amer.Soc.Hort.Sci. 74:661-670. NA.

278. Gardner, W.R., M.S. Mayhugh, J.O. Goertzen and C.A. Bower. 1959. Effect of electrolyte concentration and exchangeable-sodium percentage on diffusivity of water in soils. Soil Sci. 88:270-274. NA.

279. Pearson, G.A. and L. Bernstein. 1959. Salinity effects at several growth stages of rice. Agron.J. 51:654-657. NA.

280. Gardner, W.R. 1959. Diffusivity of soil water during sorption as affected by temperature. Soil Sci.Soc.Amer.Proc. 23:406-407. NA.

281. Nieman, R.H. and L. Bernstein. 1959. Interactive effects of gibberellic acid and salinity on the growth of beans. Amer.J.Bot. 45:667-670.

282. Wilcox, L.V. 1959. Effect of industrial wastes on water for irrigation use. Amer.Soc.Testing Materials, Spec.Tech.Publ. 273:58-64. NA.

283. Gardner, W.R. 1960. Dynamic aspects of water availability to plants. Soil Sci. 89:63-73. NA.

284. Ayers, A.D., A. Vazquez, J. de la Rubia, F. Blasco and S. Samplon. 1960. Saline and sodic soils of Spain. Soil Sci. 90:133-138. NA.

285. Richards, L.A. and H.T. Stumpf. 1960. Volumetric soil sampler. Soil Sci. 89:8-8. NA.

286. Allison, L.E. 1960. Wet-combustion apparatus and procedure for organic and inorganic carbon in soil. Soil Sci.Soc.Amer.Proc. 24:36-40. NA.

287. Ayers, A.D. and D.L. Eberhard. 1960. Response of edible broadbean to several levels of salinity. Agron.J. 52:110-111. NA.

288. Pearson, G.A. 1960. Tolerance of crops to exchangeable sodium. U.S.Dept.Agr.Inf.Bull. 2NA.

289. Ogata, G., L.A. Richards and W.R. Gardner. 1960. Transpiration of alfalfa determined from soil water content changes. Soil Sci. 89:179-182. NA.

290. Bernstein, L. 1960. Salt tolerance of field crops. U.S.Dept.Agr.Inf.Bull. 217NA.

291. Bernstein, L. and R.H. Nieman. 1960. Apparent free space of plant roots. Plant Physiol. 35:589-598. NA.

292. Pearson, G.A. and A.D. Ayers. 1960. Rice as a crop for salt-affected soil in process of reclamation. U.S.Dept.Agr.Prod.Res.Rep.43. 13p. NA.

293. Bower, C.A. 1961. Studies on the suspension effect with a sodium electrode. Soil Sci.Soc.Amer.Proc. 25:18-21. NA.

294. Hatcher, J.T. 1960. Wet digestion of plant material gives low boron values. Anal.Chem. 32:726. NA.

295. Brooks, R.H. and R.C. Reeve. 1959. Measurement of air and water permeability of soils. Trans.of the ASAE,. 2:125, 16, 128. NA.

296. Lagerwerff, J.V. 1960. The contact-exchange theory amended. Plant and Soil. 13:253-264. NA.

297. Ehlig, C.F. 1960. Effects of salinity of four varieties of table grapes grown in sand culture. Proc.Amer.Soc.Hort.Sci. 76:323-331. NA.

298. Lagerwerff, J.V. and J.P. Holland. 1960. Growth and mineral content of carrots and beans as related to varying osmotic and ionic composition effects in saline-sodic sand cultures. Agron.J. 52:603-608. NA.

299. Richards, L.A. and G. Ogata. 1960. Vapor pressure depression at a tensiometer cup. Int.Congr.Soil Sci., Trans. 1:279-283. NA.

300. Willis, W.O. 1960. Evaporation from layered soils in the presence of a water table. Soil Sci.Soc.Am.Proc. 24:239-242. NA.

301. Wilcox, L.V. 1962. Salinity caused by irrigation. J.Amer.Waterworks Assoc. 54:217-222. NA.

302. Bernstein, L. 1962. Salt-affected soils and plants. In the Problems of the Arid Zones Proc.UNESCO Symp.(Paris, France). 18:139-174. NA.

303. Richards, L.A. 1960. Advances in soil physics. Int.Congr.Soil Sci., Trans. 7:67-79. NA.

304. Derderian, M.D. 1961. Determination of calcium and magnesium in plant material with EDTA. Anal.Chem. 33:1796-1797. NA.

305. Ehlig, C.F. 1961. Salt tolerance of strawberries under sprinkler irrigation. Proc.Amer.Soc.Hort.Sci. 77:376-379. NA.

306. Reeve, R.C. and C.A. Bower. 1960. Use of high-salt waters as a flocculant and source of divalent cations for reclaiming sodic soils. Soil Sci. 90:139-144. NA.

307. Ehrler, W. 1960. Some effects of salinity on rice. Bot.Gaz. 122:102-104. NA.

308. Lunin, J., M.H. Gallantin, C.A. Bower and L.V. Wilcox. 1960. Use of brackish water for irrigation in humid regions. U.S.Dept.Agr.Inf.Bull.213. 5p. NA.

309. Bower, C.A. 1960. Sodium electrode and its use for salinity investigations. Int.Congr.Soil Sci., Trans.7. 11:16-21. NA.

310. Bernstein, L. 1961. Tolerance of plants to salinity. Proc.Amer.Soc.Civil Eng. 87:1-12. NA.

311. Lagerwerff, J.V. and H.E. Eagle. 1961. Osmotic and specific effects of excess salts on beans. Plant Physiol. 36:472-477. NA.

312. Lagerwerff, J.V. and G. Ogata. 1960. Plant growth as a function of inter-acting activities of water and ions under saline conditions. Int.Congr.Soil Sci., Trans. 111:475-480. NA.

313. Gardner, W.R. 1960. Measurement of capillary conductivity and diffusivity with a tensiometer. Int.Congr.Soil Sci., Trans. 1:300-305. NA.

314. Lagerwerff, J.V., G. Ogata and H.E. Eagle. 1961. Control of osmotic pressure of culture solutions with polyethylene glycol. Science. 133:1486-1487. NA.

315. Pearson, G.A. 1961. The salt tolerance of rice. Int.Rice Comm.Newsletter. 10:1-4. NA.

316. Wilcox, L.V. 1961. The effect of irrigation on stream water quality. Proc.Conf.on Water Quality in the Columbia Basin.p. 137-141. NA.

317. Richards, L.A. and G. Ogata. 1961. Psychrometric measurements of soil samples equilibrated on pressure membranes. Soil Sci.Soc.Amer.Proc. 25:456-459. NA.

318. Pearson, G.A. 1961. A technique for determining the salt tolerance of rice. Int.Rice Comm.Newsletter. 10:5-7. NA.

319. Bernstein, L. and W.R. Gardner. 1961. Perspective on function of free space in ion uptake by roots. Science. 133:1482-1483. NA.

321. Reeve, R.C. 1965. Modulus of rupture. In C.A.Black (ed.) Methods of soil analysis.Agronomy. 9:466-471. NA.

322. Reeve, R.C. 1965. Air-to-water permeability ratio. In C.A.Black (ed.) Methods of soil analysis.Agronomy. 9:520-531. NA.

323. Gardner, W.R. 1961. Water movement and availability to plants. Mededelingen van de Landbouwhogeschool, Ghent, Belgium. 26:647-657. NA.

324. Bower, C.A. and L.V. Wilcox. 1965. Soluble salts. In C.A.Black (ed.) Methods of soil analysis.Agronomy. 9:933-951. NA.

325. Bernstein, L. 1961. Osmotic adjustment of plants to saline media. I, Steady state. Amer.J.Bot. 48:909-918. NA.

326. Richards, L.A. 1965. Physical condition of water in soil. In C.A.Black (ed.) Methods of soil analysis.Agronomy. 9:128-151. NA.

327. Gardner, W.R. 1962. Approximate solution of a non-steady-state drainage problem. Soil Sci.Soc.Amer.Proc. 26:129-132. NA.

328. Klute, A. and W.R. Gardner. 1962. Tensiometer response time. Soil Sci. 93:204-207. NA.

329. Bower, C.A. and J.T. Hatcher. 1962. Characterization of salt affected soils with respect to sodium. Soil Sci. 93:275-280. NA.

330. Lagerwerff, J.V. and H.E. Eagle. 1962. Transpiration related to ion uptake by beans from saline substrates. Soil Sci. 93:420-430. NA.

331. Bernstein, L. 1961. Salt tolerance of plants and the potential use of saline waters for irrigation. Desalination Res.Conf., Nat.Acad.Sci., Nat.Res.Council Publ. 942:273-283. NA.

332. Gardner, W.R. and F.J. Miklich. 1962. Unsaturated conductivity and diffusivity measurements by a constant flux. Soil Sci. 93:271-274. NA.

333. Klute, A. and L.A. Richards. 1962. Effect of temperature on relative vapor pressure of water in soil: Apparatus and preliminary measurements. Soil Sci. 93:391-396. NA.

334. Ehlig, C.F. 1962. Measurement of energy status of water in plants with a thermocouple psychrometer. Plant Physiol. 37:288-290. NA.

335. Richards, L.A. and C.A. Bower. 1962. Salt in Soil. In After a hundred years.Yearbook Agr.(U.S.Dept.Agr.) p. 202-208. NA.

336. Hatcher, J.T., G.Y. Blair and C.A. Bower. 1962. Adjusting soil solutions to specified boron concentrations. Soil Sci. 94:55-57. NA.

337. Nieman, R.H. 1962. Some effects of sodium chloride on growth, photosynthesis, and respiration of twelve crop plants. Bot.Gaz. 123:279-285.

338. Bower, C.A., H.R. Haise, J. Legg, R.C. Reeve, R. Carlson, H.E. Dregne and R.S. Whitney. 1962. Soil salinity and irrigation in the Soviet Union. ARS Rept.of a Tech.Study Group. 41p. NA.

339. Richards, L.A. and P.L. Richards. 1962. Radial-flow cell for soil-water measurements. Soil Sci.Soc.Amer.Proc. 26:515-518. NA.

340. Gardner, W.R. and C.F. Ehlig. 1962. Some observations on the movement of water to plant roots. Agron.J. 54:453-456. NA.

341. Gardner, W.R. 1962. Note on the separation and solution of diffusion type equations. Soil Sci.Soc.Amer.Proc. 26:404. NA.

342. Ehlig, C.F. and W.R. Gardner. 1962. Movement of water to plant roots studied. Crops and Soils. 14(9)::24-25. NA.

343. Youngs, E.G. and W.R. Gardner. 1963. A problem of diffusion in the infinite hollow cylinder. Soil Sci. Soc. Amer. Proc. 27:475-476. NA.

344a. Allison, L.E. 1965. Organic carbon. In C.A.Black (ed.) Methods of soil analysis.Agronomy. 9:1367-1368. NA.

344b. Allison, L.E. and C.D. Moodie. 1965. Carbonate. In C.A.Black (ed.) Methods of soil analysis.Agronomy. 9:1379-1396. NA.

344. Allison, L.E., W.B. Bollen and C.D. Moodie. 1965. Total carbon. In C.A.Black (ed.) Methods of soil analysis.Agronomy. 9:1346-1365. NA.

345. Bower, C.A. 1963. Adsorption of o-phenanthroline by clay minerals and soils. Soil Sci. 95:192-195. NA.

346. Wilcox, L.V. and W.F. Resch. 1963. Salt balance and leaching requirement in irrigated lands. U.S.Dept.Agr.Tech.Bull.1290. 23p. NA.

347. Gardner, W.R. and D.I. Hillel. 1962. The relation of external evaporative conditions to the drying of soils. J.Geophys.Res. 67:4319-4325. NA.

348. Nieman, R.H. and L.L. Poulsen. 1963. Spectrophotometric estimation of nucleic acid of plant leaves. Plant Physiol. 38:31-35.

349. Wilcox, L.V. 1963. Water quality requirements for agriculture. Proc.Int'l Seminar, Soil & Water Utilization (Brookings, S.D.) p. 197-198. NA.

350. Gardner, W.R. and C.F. Ehlig. 1962. Impedance to water movement in soil and plant. Science. 138:522-523. NA.

351. Bower, C.A. 1963. Diagnosing soil salinity. U.S.Dept.Agr.Inf.Bull.279. 11p. NA.

352. Akin, G.W. and J.V. Lagerwerff. 1965. Calcium carbonate equilibria in aqueous solutions open to the air. I. The solubility of calcite in relation to ionic strength. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta. 29:343-352. NA.

353. Akin, G.W. and J.V. Lagerwerff. 1965. Calcium carbonate equilibria in solutions open to the air. II. Enhanced solubility of CaCO3 in the presence of Mg2+ and SO42-. Geochimical et Cosmochimica Acta. 29:353-360. NA.

354. Bernstein, L. 1964. Effects of salinity on mineral composition and growth of plants. Plant Anal.and Fertilizer Problems. 4:25-45. NA.

355. Bernstein, L. 1963. Osmotic adjustment of plants to saline media. II. Dynamic phase. Amer.J.Bot. 50:360-370. NA.

356. Doering, E.J. 1963. A direct method for measuring the upward flow of water from the water table. Soil Sci. 96:191-195. NA.

357. Bernstein, L. 1965. Salt tolerance of fruit crops. U.S.Dept.Agr.Inf.Bull.292. 8p. NA.

358. Bernstein, L. 1964. Salt tolerance of plants. U.S.Dept.Agr.Inf.Bull.283. 23p. NA.

359. Richards, L.A. and D.L. Decker. 1963. Difficulties with electrolytic-resistance hygrometers at high humidity. Soil Sci.Soc.Amer.Proc. 481p. NA.

360. Bernstein, L. 1964. Reducing salt injury to ornamental shrubs in the West. U.S.Dept.Agr.Home and Garden Bull.95. 6p. NA.

361. Bower, C.A. and M. Maasland. 1963. Sodium hazard of Punjab ground waters. West Pakistan Eng. Congr. 50::49-61. NA.

362. McNeal, B.L. 1964. Effect of exchangeable cations on glycol retention by clay minerals. Soil Sci. 97:96-102. NA.

363. Reeve, R.C. 1965. Hydraulic head. In C.A.Black (ed.) Methods of soil analysis.Agronomy. 9:180-196. NA.

364. Richards, L.A., P.F. Low and D.L. Decker. 1964. Pressure dependence of the relative vapor pressure of water in soil. Soil Sci.Soc.Amer.Proc. 28:5-8. NA.

365. Yermanos, D.M. and L.E. Francois. 1963. Differences among seed samples from primary, secondary, and tertiary heads of safflower. Crop Sci. 3:560-561. NA.

366. Francois, L.E. and L. Bernstein. 1964. Salt tolerance of safflower. Agron.J. 56:38-40. NA.

367. Yermanos, D.M., L.E. Francois and L. Bernstein. 1964. Soil salinity effects on the chemical composition of the oil and the oil content of safflower seed. Agron.J. 56:35-37. NA.

368. Bower, C.A. 1963. Effect of water quality on seepage through soil. Proc.U.S.Water Cons.Lab.Seepage Symp., ARS-41-90. 76-77. NA.

369. Gardner, W.R. 1964. Relation of root distribution to water uptake and availability. Agron.J. 56:41-45. NA.

370. Ehlig, C.F. and W.R. Gardner. 1964. Relationship between transpiration and the internal water relations of plants. Agron.J. 56:127-130. NA.

371. Richards, L.A. 1964. A thermocouple psychrometer for measuring the relative vapor pressure of water in liquids or porous materials. Int.Symp.on Humidity and Moisture (Washington, D.C.). 13-18. NA.

372. Gardner, W.R. and C.F. Ehlig. 1963. The influence of soil water on transpiration by plants. J.Geophys.Res. 68:5719-5724. NA.

373. Doering, E.J., R.C. Reeve and K.R. Stockinger. 1964. Salt accumulation and salt distribution as an indicator of evaporation from fallow soils. Soil Sci. 97:312-319. NA.

374. McNeal, B.L. and T. Sansoterra. 1964. The mineralogical examination of arid-land soils. Soil Sci. 97:367-375. NA.

375. Bernstein, L. 1964. Salinity and roses. Amer.Rose Annu. 120-124. NA.

376. Bower, C.A., W.G. Harper, C.D. Moodie, R. Overstreet and L.A. Richards. 1958. Rep. of the nomenclature committee appointed by the Board of Collaborators of the U.S. Salinity Lab. Soil Sci.Soc.Amer.Proc.22. 270p. NA.

377. Gardner, W.R. 1965. Movement of nitrogen in soil. In W.V.Bartholomew and F.E.Clark (ed.) Soil nitrogen.Agronomy 10. 550-570. NA.

378. Wilcox, L.V. and W.H. Durum. 1967. Quality of irrigation water. In R.M.Hagan (ed.) Irrigation of agricultural lands.Agronomy ll. 104-122. NA.

379. Doering, E.J. and D.L. Decker. 1964. Apparatus for measuring low rates of water flow. Soil Sci.Soc.Amer.Proc. 28:716-718. NA.

380. Bower, C.A. and J. Lunin. 1964. Problems of soil and water. In Farmer's world.Yearbook Agr. 535-542. NA.

381. Lagerwerff, J.V. 1964. Extraction of clay-water systems. Soil Sci.Soc.Amer.Proc. 28:502-506. NA.

382. Gardner, W.R. 1965. Rainfall, runoff, and return. In Paul E.Waggoner (ed.) Agricultural meterorology.Meteorology. 6:138-148. NA.

383. Gardner, W.R. and R.H. Nieman. 1964. The lower limit of water availability to plants. Science. 143:1460-1462. NA.

384. Allison, L.E. 1964. Salinity in relation to irrigation. Advance.Agron. 16:139-180. NA.

385. Bower, C.A. and L.V. Wilcox. 1965. Precipitation and solution of calcium carbonate in irrigation operations. Soil Sci.Soc.Amer.Proc. 29:93-94. NA.

386. Bower, C.A., L.V. Wilcox, G.W. Akin and M.G. Keyes. 1965. An index of the tendency of CaCO3 to precipitate from irrigation waters. Soil Sci.Soc.Amer.Proc. 29:91-92. NA.

387. Ehlig, C.F. 1964. Salt tolerance of raspberry, bosenberry, and blackberry. Proc.Amer.Soc.Hort.Sci. 85:318-324. NA.

388. Pearson, G.A. 1967. Adsorption and translocation of sodium in beans and cotton. Plant Physiol. 42:1171-1175. NA.

389. McNeal, B.L. and R.C. Reeve. 1964. Elimination of boundary-flow errors in laboratory hydraulic conductivity measurements. Soil Sci.Soc.Amer.Proc. 28:713-714. NA.

390. Gardner, W.R. 1964. Water movement below the root zone. Int.Congr.Soil Sci., Trans,. (8 Bucharest, Romania):63-68. NA.

391. Nieman, R.H. 1965. Expansion of bean leaves and its suppression by salinity. Plant Physiol. 40:156-161.

392. Ogata, G. and C.A. Bower. 1965. Significance of biological sulfate reduction in soil salinity. Soil Sci.Soc.Amer.Proc. 29:23-25. NA.

393. Reeve, R.C. and G. Tamaddoni. 1965. Effect of electrolyte concentration on laboratory permeability and field intake rate of a sodic soil. Soil Sci. 99:261-266. NA.

394. Reeve, R.C. and E.J. Doering. 1965. Sampling the soil solution for salinity appraisal. Soil Sci. 99:339-344. NA.

395. Bolt, G.H. and J.V. Lagerwerff. 1965. Consequences of electrolyte redistribution during pressure- membrane equilibration of clays. Soil Sci. 99:147-153. NA.

396. Reeve, R.C. and M. Fireman. 1967. Salt problems in relation to irrigation. In R.M.Hagan (ed.) Irrigation of agricultural lands.Agronomy. 11:988-1008. NA.

397. Doering, E.J. 1965. Soil-water diffusivity by the one-step method. Soil Sci. 99:322-326. NA.

398. Richards, L.A. 1965. Metallic conduction for cooling a thermocouple psychrometer bath. Soil Sci. 100:20-24. NA.

399. Gardner, W.R. and C.F. Ehlig. 1965. Physical aspects of the internal water relations of plant leaves. Plant Physiol. 40:705-710. NA.

400. Francois, L.E., D.M. Yermanos and L. Bernstein. 1964. Salt tolerance of safflower. Calif.Agric. 18(9):12-14.

401. Lagerwerff, J.V. 1965. Multiple-rate effect in ion transfer. Soil Sci. 100:25-33. NA.

402. Slatyer, R.O. and W.R. Gardner. 1964. Overall aspects of water movement in plants and soils. In The state and movement of water in living organisms.Symp.Soc.Exp.Biology (Swansea, Wales). 19:113-129. NA.

403. Gardner, W.R. 1965. Dynamic aspects of soil-water availability to plants. Annu.Rev.Plant Physiol. 16:323-342. NA.

404. Bower, C.A. 1965. Salinity control in irrigation agriculture. In FAO Report on Seminar on waterlogging in relation to irrigation and salinity problems (Lahore, Pakistan) No.1932. 9p. NA.

405. Lagerwerff, J.V., G.W. Akin and S.R. Moses. 1965. Detection and determination of gypsum in soils. Soil Sci.Soc.Amer.Proc. 29:535-540. NA.

406. Reeve, R.C. and E.J. Doering. 1966. Field comparison of the high-salt-water dilution method and conventional methods for reclaiming sodic soils. Int'l Cong. 19:1-14. NA. (6th Cong. Int. Comm. Irrigation and Drainage (New Delhi, India)).

407. Bernstein, L. 1965. Salinity and citrus. California Citrograph, May. 1965NA.

408. Miklich, F.J. and L.A. Richards. 1965. Radial-flow cell -- Further tests. Soil Sci.Soc.Amer.Proc. 29:485-487. NA.

409. Rawlins, S.L. 1966. Theory for thermocouple psychrometers used to measure water potential in soil and plant samples. Agr.Meteorol. 3:293-310. NA.

410. Swartzendruber, D. 1966. Variables-separable solution of the horizontal flow equation with nonconstant diffusivity. Soil Sci.Soc.Amer.Proc. 30:7-11. NA.

411. Doering, E.J. and R.C. Reeve. 1965. Enginering aspects of the reclamation of sodic soils with high- salt waters. J.Irrigation and Drainage Div., Proc.Amer.Soc.Civil Eng. 91:59-72. NA.

412. Bower, C.A. 1966. Soil salinity. In Yearbook of Science and Technology.McGraw-Hill, New York.p. 374NA.

413. McNeal, B.L. 1966. Clay mineral variability in some Punjab soils. Soil Sci. 102:53-58. NA.

414. McNeal, B.L., G.A. Pearson, J.T. Hatcher and C.A. Bower. 1966. Effect of rice culture on the reclamation of sodic soils. Agron.J. 58:238-240. NA.

415. Gardner, W.R. 1966. Water movement. In Yearbook of Science and Technology.McGraw-Hill, New York.p. 371NA.

416. Reeve, R.C. and E.J. Doering. 1966. The high-salt-water dilution method for reclaiming sodic soils. Soil Sci.Soc.Amer.Proc. 30:498-504. NA.

417. Bernstein, L. and G. Ogata. 1966. Effects of salinity on nodulation, nitrogen fixation, and growth of soybeans and alfalfa. Agron.J. 58:202-203. NA.

418. Pearson, G.A., A.D. Ayers and D.L. Eberhard. 1966. Relative salt tolerance of rice during germination and early seedling development. Soil Sci. 102:151-156. NA.

419. Richards, L.A. 1966. A soil salinity sensor of improved design. Soil Sci.Soc.Amer.Proc. 30:333-337. NA.

420. Richards, L.A. and H.T. Stumpf. 1966. Graphical recorder for a pan evaporimeter. Water Resour.Res. 2:209-212. NA.

421. McNeal, B.L. and N.T. Coleman. 1966. Effect of solution composition on soil hydraulic conductivity. Soil Sci.Soc.Amer.Proc. 30:308-312. NA.

422. McNeal, B.L., W.A. Norvell and N.T. Coleman. 1966. Effect of solution composition on the swelling of extracted soil clays. Soil Sci.Soc.Amer.Proc. 30:313-317. NA.

423. Gardner, W.R. 1967. Development of modern infiltration theory and application in hydrology. Trans.of the ASAE,. 10(3):379-381. NA.

424. Nieman, R.H. and L.L. Poulsen. 1967. Interactive effects of salinity and atmospheric humidity on the growth of bean and cotton plants. Bot.Gaz. 128:69-73.

425. Bernstein, L., L.E. Francois and R.A. Clark. 1966. Salt tolerance of N. Co. varieties of sugar cane. I. Sprouting, growth, and yield. Agron.J. 58:489-493. NA.

426. Bernstein, L., R.A. Clark, L.E. Francois and M.D. Derderian. 1966. Salt tolerance of N, Co, varieties of sugar cane. II. Effects of soil salinity and sprinkling on chemical composition. Agron.J. 58:503-507. NA.

427. Gardner, W.R. 1966. Soil water movement and root absorption. Proc.Symp.on Plant Environ.and Efficient Water Use. 127-149. NA.

428. Bower, C.A. and J.T. Hatcher. 1966. Simultaneous determination of surface area and cation-exchange- capacity. Soil Sci.Soc.Amer.Proc. 30:525-527. NA.

429. McNeal, B.L. and C.A. Bower. 1970. Evaporites in soils. In Encyclopedia of Soil Science.Springer Verlag, Germany. NA.

430. Bower, C.A. and J.T. Hatcher. 1967. Adsorption of fluoride by soils and minerals. Soil Sci. 103:151-154. NA.

431. Gardner, W.R. 1967. Present knowledge of the interrelationships between soil moisture, irrigation, drainage, and water-use efficiency. In Soil- moisture and irrigation studies. Int.Atomic Energy Agency (Vienna, Austria) STI/PUB. 137:77-82. NA.

432. Gardner, W.R. 1967. Beta-ray gauging techniques for measuring leaf-water-content changes and moisture state of plants. In Soil-moisture and irrigation studies.Int.Atomic Energy Agency (Vienna, Austria) STI/PUB. 137:54-56. NA.

433. Bernstein, L. 1967. Quantitative assessment of irrigation water quality. Amer.Soc.Testing and Materials Spec.Tech.Publ. 416:51-65. NA.

434. Ehlig, C.F., W.R. Gardner and M. Clark. 1968. Effect of soil salinity on water potentials and transpiration in pepper (Capium frutescens). Agron.J. 60:249-253. NA.

435. Rawlins, S.L. and F.N. Dalton. 1967. Psychrometric measurement of water potential without precise temperature control. Soil Sci.Soc.Amer.Proc. 31:297-301. NA.

436. Rhoades, J.D. 1967. Cation exchange reactions of soil and specimen vermiculites. Soil Sci.Soc.Amer.Proc. 31:361-365. NA.

437. Gardner, W.H. and S.L. Rawlins. 1973. Hydro-physics of arid and irrigated soils. In Int.Sourcebook on Irrigation and Drainage of Arid Lands in Relation to Salinity and Alkalinity.FAO/UNESCO. NA.

438. Dalton, F.N. and S.L. Rawlins. 1968. Design criteia for Peltier-effect thermocouple psychrometers. Soil Sci. 105:12-17.

439. Weimberg, R. 1967. Effect of sodium chloride on the activity of a soluble malate dehydrogenase from pea seeds. J.Biol.Chem. 242:3000-3006. NA.

440. Bernstein, L. 1967. Plants and the supersaline habitat. Contrib.Marine Sci. 12:242-248. NA.

441. Rhoades, J.D. and D.B. Krueger. 1968. Extraction of cations from silicate minerals during the determination of exchangeable cations in soils. Soil Sci.Soc.Amer.Proc. 32:488-492. NA.

442. Hatcher, J.T., C.A. Bower and M. Clark. 1967. Absorption of boron by soils as influenced by hydroxy aluminum and surface area. Soil Sci. 104:422-426. NA.

443. Oster, J.D. and R.D. Ingvalson. 1967. In situ measurement of soil salinity with a sensor. Soil Sci.Soc.Amer.Proc. 31:572-574. NA.

444. Nieman, R.H. and L.L. Poulsen. 1967. Growth and synthesis of nucleic acid and protein by excised radish cotyledons. Plant Physiol. 42:946-952.

445. Bower, C.A., G. Ogata and J.M. Tucker. 1968. Sodium hazard of irrigation waters as influenced by leaching fraction and by precipitation or solution of calcium carbonate. Soil Sci. 106:29-34. NA.

446. McNeal, B.L. 1968. Limitations of quantitative soil clay mineralogy. Soil Sci.Soc.Amer.Proc. 32:119-121. NA.

447. McNeal, B.L., D.A. Layfield, W.A. Norvell and J.D. Rhoades. 1968. Factors influencing hydraulic conductivity of soils in the presence of mixed-salt solutions. Soil Sci.Soc.Amer.Proc. 32:187-190. NA.

448. Shalhevet, J. and L. Bernstein. 1968. Effects of vertically heterogeneous soil salinity on plant growth and water. Soil Sci. 106:85-93. NA.

449. McNeal, B.L. 1968. Prediction of the efect of mixed-salt solutions on soil hydraulic conductivity. Soil Sci.Soc.Amer.Proc. 32:190-193. NA.

450. Gardner, W.R. 1967. Water uptake and salt-distribution patterns in saline soils. In Isotope and radiation techniques in soil physics and irrigation studies.Int.Atomic Engery Agency (Vienna, Austria) SM. 124:335-341. NA.

451. Weimberg, R. 1968. An electrophoretic analysis of the isozymes of malate dehydrogenase in several different plants. Plant Physiol. 43:622-628. NA.

452. Rhoades, J.D., D.B. Krueger and M.J. Reed. 1968. The effect of soil-mineral weathering on the sodium hazard of irrigation waters. Soil Sci.Soc.Amer.Proc. 32:643-647. NA.

453. Rhoades, J.D. 1968. Mineral-weathering correction for estimating the sodium hazard of irrigation waters. Soil Sci.Soc.Amer.Proc. 32:648-652. NA.

454. Rhoades, J.D. 1968. Leaching requirement for exchangeable-sodium control. Soil Sci.Soc.Amer.Proc. 32:652-656. NA.

455. Rawlins, S.L., W.R. Gardner and F.N. Dalton. 1968. In Situ measurement of soil and plant leaf water potential. Soil Sci.Soc.Amer.Proc. 32:468-470. NA.

456. Bower, C.A., J.R. Spencer and L.O. Weeks. 1969. Salt and water balance, Coachella Valley, California. J.Irrig.and Drainage Div., ASCE, Proc.Paper 6437. 55-64. NA.

457. Oster, J.D. 1968. Measuring soil salinity. California Citrograph, May. 1968NA.

458. Hoffman, G.J. and W.N. Herkelrath. 1968. Design features of intact leaf thermocouple psychrometers for measuring water potential. Transactions of the ASAE,. 11(5)::631-634. NA.

459. Bernstein, L. 1969. Salinity factors and their limits for citrus culture. Int.Citrus Symp., Proc., UC Riverside. 111:1779-1782. NA.

460. Kuiper, P.J.C. 1968. Lipids in grape roots in relation to chloride transport. Plant Physiol. 43:1367-1371. NA.

461. Kuiper, P.J.C. 1968. Ion transport characteristics of grape root lipids in relation to chloride transport. Plant Physiol. 43:1372-1372. NA.

462. Nieman, R.H. and L.L. Poulsen. 1971. Plant growth suppression on saline media: Interactions with light. Bot.Gaz. 132:14-19.

463. Oster, J.D., S.L. Rawlins and R.D. Ingvalson. 1969. Independent measurement of matric and osmotic potential of soil water. Soil Sci.Soc.Amer.Proc. 33:188-192. NA.

464. Rawlins, S.L., G.J. Hoffman and H.T. Stumpf. 1968. A multiple temperature water bath. Agr.Eng. 49:672-673. NA.

465. Rhoades, J.D. and L. Bernstein. 1971. Chemical, physical, and biological characteristics of irrigation and soil water. In Leonard L.Ciaccio (ed.) Water and Water Pollution Handbook, Marcel Dekker, Inc., New York.Vol.I:. 141-222. NA.

466. Hoffman, G.J., C.J. Phene and S.L. Rawlins. 1969. Microchamber for studying plant response to environmental factors. Transactions of the ASAE,. 12(5):598-601. NA.

467. Watson, C.L., B.L. McNeal and J. Letey. 1969. The effect of surfactants on the hydraulic conductivity of salt- affected soils. Soil Sci. 108:58-63. NA.

468. Rhoades, J.D., R.D. Ingvalson and H.T. Stumpf. 1969. Interlayer spacings of expanded clay minerals at various swelling pressures: An X-ray diffraction technique for direct determination. Soil Sci.Soc.Amer.Proc. 33:473-475. NA.

469. Rhoades, J.D. and R.D. Ingvalson. 1969. Macroscopic swelling and hydraulic conductivity properties of four vermiculitic soils. Soil Sci.Soc.Amer.Proc. 33:364-369. NA.

470. Muhammed, S., B.L. McNeal, C.A. Bower and P.F. Pratt. 1969. Modification of the high-salt water method for reclaiming sodic soils. Soil Sci. 108:249-256. NA.

471. Hoffman, G.J., W.N. Herkelrath and R.S. Austin. 1969. Simultataneous cycling of Peltier thermocouple psychrometers for rapid water potential measurements. Agron. J. 61:597-601. NA.

472. Phene, C.J., R.S. Austin, G.J. Hoffman and S.L. Rawlins. 1969. Measuring temperatures with P-N junction diodes. Agr. Eng. 50:684-685. NA.

473. Bower, C.A., G. Ogata and J.M. Tucker. 1969. Rootzone salt profiles and alfalfa growth as influenced by irrigation water salinity and leaching fraction. Agron. J. 61:783-785. NA.

474. Bernstein, L., C.F. Ehlig and R.A. Clark. 1969. Effect of grape root-stocks on chloride accumulation in leaves. J. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci. 94:584-590. NA.

475. Weimberg, R. 1970. Effect of potassium chloride on the uptake and storage of phosphate by Saccharomyces mellis. J. Bacteriol. 103:37-48. NA.

476. Weimberg, R. 1971. Recovery of exocellular acid phosphatase activity on Saccharomyces mellis after treatment of the organism with reagents that affect the cell surface. J. Bacteriol. 108:1097-1106. NA.

477. McNeal, B.L. 1970. Prediction of interlayer swelling of clays in mixed-salt solution. Soil Sci. Soc. Amer. Proc. 34:201-206. NA.

478. Bower, C.A. and L.V. Wilcox. 1969. Nitrate content of the Upper Rio Grande as influenced by nitrogen fertilization of adjacent irrigated lands. Soil Sci. Soc. Amer. Proc. 33:971-973. NA.

479. Hoffman, G.J. and C.J. Phene. 1971. Effect of constant salinity levels on water use efficiency of bean and cotton. Transactions of the ASAE. 14(6):1103-1106.NA.

480. Gardner, H.R. and W.R. Gardner. 1969. Relation of water application to evaporation and storage of soil water. Soil Sci. Soc. Amer. Proc. 33:192-196. NA.

481. Hoffman, G.J. and S.L. Rawlins. 1970. Design and performance of sunlit climate chambers. Trans. of the ASAE. 13(5):656-660.NA.

482. Ingvalson, R.D., J.D. Oster, S.L. Rawlins and G.J. Hoffman. 1970. Measurement of water potential and osmotic potential in soil with a combined thermocouple psychrometer and salinity sensor. Soil Sci. Soc. Amer. Proc. 34:570-574. NA.

483. Rhoades, J.D., R.D. Ingvalson and J.T. Hatcher. 1970. Laboratory determination of leachable soil boron. Soil Sci. Soc. Amer. Proc. 34:871-875. NA.

484. Rhoades, J.D., R.D. Ingvalson and J.T. Hatcher. 1970. Adsorption of boron by feromagnesian minerals and magnesium hydroxide. Soil Sci. Soc. Amer. Proc. 34:938-941. NA.

485. McNeal, B.L., J.D. Oster and J.T. Hatcher. 1970. Calculation of electrical conductivity from solution composition data as an aid to in-situ estimation of soil salinity. Soil Sci. 110:405-414. NA.

486. Weimberg, R. 1970. Enzyme levels in pea seedlings grown on highly salinized media. Plant Physiol. 46:466-470. NA.

487. Bower, C.A., G. Ogata and J.M. Tucker. 1970. Growth of Sudan and tall fescue grasses as inluenced by irrigation water salinity and leaching fraction. Agron. J. 62:793-794. NA.

488. Phene, C.J., G.J. Hoffman and S.L. Rawlins. 1971. Measuring soil matric potential in situ by sensing heat dissipation within a porous body: I. Theory and sensor construction. Soil Sci. Soc. Amer. Proc. 35:27-33. NA.

489. Rhoades, J.D. and R.D. Ingvalson. 1971. Determining salinity in field soils with soil resistance measurements. Soil Sci. Soc. Amer. Proc. 35:54-60. NA.

490. Bernstein, L. 1971. Method for determining solutes in the cell walls of leaves. Plant Physiol. 47:361-365. NA.

491. Phene, C.J., S.L. Rawlins and G.J. Hoffman. 1971. Measuring soil matric potential in situ by sensing heat dissipation within a porous body. II. Experimental results. Soil Sci. Soc. Amer. Proc. 35:225-229. NA.

492. Hoffman, G.J. and S.L. Rawlins. 1970. Infertility of cotton flowers at both high and low relative humidities. Crop Sci. 10:721-723. NA.

493. Hoffman, G.J., S.L. Rawlins, M.J. Garber and E.M. Cullen. 1971. Water relations and growth of cotton as influenced by salinity and relative humidity. Agron. J. 63:822-826. NA.

494. Phene, C.J., G.J. Hoffman and R.S. Austin. 1973. Controlling automated irrigation with soil matric potential sensor. Trans. of the ASAE. 16(4):773-776.NA.

495. Maas, E.V. and G. Ogata. 1971. Absorption of magnesium and chloride by excised corn roots. Plant Physiol. 47:357-360.

496. Oster, J.D. and L.S. Willardson. 1971. Reliability of salinity sensors for the management of soil salinity. Agron. J. 63:695-698. NA.

497. Oster, J.D. and B.L. McNeal. 1971. Computation of soil solution composition variation with water content for desaturated soils. Soil Sci. Soc. Amer. Proc. (35 ):436-442. NA.

498. Rawlins, S.L. 1973. Principles of managing high frequency irrigation. Soil Sci. Soc. Amer. Proc. 37:626-629. NA.

499. Hoffman, G.J. 1971. Estimating leaf area from length measurements for hybrid Granex onion: Influence of salinity and relative humidity. Agron. J. 63:948-949. NA.

500. Rawlins, S.L. 1971. Some new methods for measuring the components of water potential. Soil Sci. 112:8-16. NA.

Top of page

Please note:

  1. "NA" at the end of some publications means that we do not have reprints available for distribution.
  2. Underlined publication numbers indicate that the particular reprint is available for downloading as an Adobe PDF file.

Useful Mimeographed Material
  • Wilcox, L.V. 1963. Factors for Calculating the Sodium-adsorption-ratio (SAR).
  • Wilcox, L.V. 1966. Tables for calculating the pHc values of water.
  • Suarez, D.L. 1982. Graphs for calculating Ca concentrations and SAR values in soil solutions.

Obtaining Reprints of Available Publications

Underlined publication numbers mean that the reprints are available for downloading as Adobe PDF files.

If a publication is shown "NA" in this list of publications, it indicates that the supply of reprints has been exhausted. However, published papers are available for reference in agricultural libraries.

For a limited time after publication, non-PDF reprints may be obtained by addressing requests to:

Publication Request
U.S. Salinity Laboratory
450 West Big Springs Road
Riverside, CA 92507-4617

Requested items may be specified by the index numbers at the beginning of each citation.

<< Back