Ph.D., Agronomy; Kansas State Univeristy, 2004
Dissertation: Impacts of animal waste lagoons on the environment. Advisors: G.M. Pierzynski (Major Professor), J.M. Ham, G.J. Kluitenberg, A. Bhandhari.
M.S., Agronomy; South Dakota State University, 1998
Thesis: Agrichemical concentrations on wind and nonwind-erodible sediment sizes as influenced by time, sediment size, and sorption-desorption characteristics. Major Professor: Dr. S.A. Clay
B.S., Geography; South Dakota State University, 1994
Application of industrial by-products to soils; soil salinity and sodicity; fate and transport of manure-borne hormones in swine production facilities; distribution of mercury in surface and subsurface soils; and instrumentation for measuring soil physical and biological parameters.
Soil and Land Use (SOIL 410/610)
Environmental Field Instrumentation and Sampling (SOIL 721)
Soil and Watershed Management, Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok, Thailand (every other year)
1. Cigelske, B.D., H. Kandel, and T.M. DeSutter. 2020. Soybean nodulation and plant response to nitrogen and sulfur fertilization in the Northern US. Agric. Sci. 11:592-607.
2. Croat, S.J., P.L. O’Brien, C.K. Gasch, F.X.M. Casey, and T.M. DeSutter. 2020. Crop production on heavily disturbed soils following crude oil remediation. Agron. J. 112: 130-138.
3. Croat, S.J., S.J. Croat, T.M. DeSutter, F.X.M. Casey, and P.L. O’Brien. 2020. Phosphorus sorption and desorption in soils treated by thermal desorption. Wat. Soil Air Pollut. 231: 216-224.
4. DeSutter, T.M., M. Breker, A. Chatterjee, P.L. O’Brien, and A. Wick. 2020. Influences of soil amendments on alfalfa production and soil properties. Crop For. Turf. Mang. DOI: 10.1002/cft2.20043
5. Gasch, C., S. Mathews, A. Deschene, K. Butcher, and T. DeSutter. 2020. Permanganate oxidizable carbon for soil health: Does drying temperature matter? Agric. Env. Lett. DOI: 10.1002/ael2.20019
6. Green, A., T. DeSutter, M. Meehan, and A. Daigh. 2020. The remediation of brine-impacted soils and the impact of brine on soil physical, chemical, and biological properties: A review. Agro. Geosci. Env. doi.org/10.1002/agg2.20042
7. Green, A., M. Meehan, and T. DeSutter. 2020. Seed Germination of selected crop and graminoid species in response to treatment within NaCl and oil-field brine solutions. Can. J. Plant Sci. https://doi.org/10.1139/cjps-2019-0261
8. Kruger, M., S. Sigdel, C. Gasch, T. DeSutter, J. Harmon, and A. Chatterjee. 2020. Soil carbon dioxide efflux from amended saline and thermally desorbed oil-contaminated subsoil. Agro. Geosci. Env. DOI: 10.1002/agg2.20100
9. Ostrand, M.S., T.M. DeSutter, A.L.M. Daigh, R.F. Limb, D.D. Steele. 2020. Superabsorbent polymer characteristics, properties, and applications. Agro. Geosci. Env. DOI: 10.1002/agg2.20074
10. Boche, M.J., T.M. DeSutter, and R.K. Kolka. 2019. Factors affecting soil total mercury in seasonal pond basins within a northern hardwood forest in Minnesota, USA. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. 83: 1263-1274.
11. Breker, J.S., T. DeSutter, M.K. Rakkar, A. Chatterjee, L. Sharma, and D.W. Franzen. 2019. Potassium requirements for corn in North Dakota: Influence of clay mineralogy. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. 83: 429-436.
12. Casey, F.X.M., H. Hakk, and T.M. DeSutter. 2019. Free and conjugated estrogens detections in drainage tiles and wells beneath fields receiving swine manure slurry. Env. Pollut. DOI:10.1016/j.envpol.2019.113384
13. Franzen, D.W., E.C. Schultz, T.M. DeSutter, L.K. Sharma, R. Ashley, and H. Bu. 2019. Sunflower type influences yield prediction using active optical sensors. Agron. J. 111: 881-888.
14. Gnoisky, A., C.L.M. Hargiss, D.P. Voldseth, and T. DeSutter. 2019. Road dust fails to impact soybean physiology and production. Agron. J. 111:1760-1769.
15. Graber, K., C.L.M. Hargiss, T. DeSutter, Y. He, and J.E. Norland. 2019. Dispersion of gravel road fine-fractions as influenced by oil-well produced water and simulated solutions of various SAR, EC, and Ca/Mg ratios. Water Air Soil Pollut. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11270-019-4111-3
16. Green, A.W., T.M. DeSutter, A.L.M. Daigh, and M.A. Meehan. 2019. Wicking salts from brine-contaminated soils: A potential method for in situ remediation. Agric. Environ. Lett. 4:180069
17. O’Brien, P.L., T.M. DeSutter, and F.X.M. Casey. 2019. Natural degradation of low-level petroleum hydrocarbon contamination under crop management. J. Soils Sed. 19:1367-1373.
18. Breker, M.C., T.M. DeSutter, A. Chatterjee, and A.F. Wick. 2018. Microbial response to sodic soil amendments: Flue-gas gypsum, by-product lime, and langbeinite. Comm. Soil Sci. Plant Anal. doi.org/10.1080/00103624.2018.1547391
19. Butcher, K., A. Wick, T. DeSutter, J. Harmon, and A. Chatterjee. 2018. Corn (Zea mays) and soybean (Glycine max) yield response to salinity influenced by soil texture. Agron. J. 110:1–11 doi: 10.2134/agronj2017.10.0619
20. Eichele-Nelson, J.L., T.M. DeSutter, A.F. Wick, E.L. Harmon, and J.P. Harmon. 2018. Salinity improves performance and alters distribution of soybean aphids. Env. Ent. doi: 10.1093/ee/nvy072
21. He, Y., T. DeSutter, J. Norland, A. Chatterjee, F. Casey, and D. Clay. 2018. Prediction of Na variability and the development of sodic soil management zones in low-relief sodic soils. Prec. Agric. 19:858–875 https://doi.org/10.1007/s11119-018-9561-x
22. Kharel, T.P., D.E. Clay, C. Reese, T. DeSutter, D. Malo, and S. Clay. 2018. Do precision chemical amendment applications impact sodium movement in dryland semiarid saline sodic soils? Agron. J. 110:1103–1110.
23. Klopp, H.W., A.L.M. Daigh, and T. DeSutter. 2018. Soil shrinkage characteristics as affected by solution composition and mineral contents. Comm. Soil Sci. Plant Anal. 49:170-180.
24. Kost, D., K.J. Ladwig, L. Chen, T.M. DeSutter, L. Espinoza, L.D. Norton, D. Smeal, H.A. Torbert, D.B. Watts, R.P. Wolkowski, and W.A. Dick. 2018. Meta-analysis of gypsum effects on crop yields and chemistry of soils, plant tissues, and vadose water at various research sites in the USA. J. Environ. Qual. 47:1284-1292.
25. O’Brien, P.L., U. Acharya, R. Alghamdi, A.R. Niaghi, D. Sanyal, J. Wirtz, A.L.M. Daigh, and T.M. DeSutter. 2018. Hydromulch application to bare soil: Soil temperature dyanamics and evaporative fluxes. Agric. Env. Lett. doi:10.2134/ael2018.03.0014
26. O’Brien, P.L., T.M. DeSutter, F.X.M. Casey, A.L.M. Daigh, J.L. Heitman, N.E. Derby, and E. Khan. 2018. Daytime surface energy fluxes over soil material remediated using thermal desorption. Agrosyst. Geosci. Environ. 1:180027.
27. O’Brien, P.L., T.M. DeSutter, F.X.M. Casey, E. Khan, and A.F. Wick. 2018. Thermal remediation alters soil properties: A review. J. Environ. Mngt. 206: 826-835.
28. Schultz, E.C., L. Sharma, G. Endres, T. DeSutter, R. Ashley, H. Bu, S. Markell, A. Kraklau, and D. Franzen. 2018. Response of sunflower to nitrogen and phosphorus fertilization in North Dakota. Agron. J. 110:1–11 doi:10.2134/agronj2017.04.0222
29. Squillace, M.K., H.H. Betemariam, N.R. Urban, M.R. Penn, T.M. DeSutter, S.R. Chipps, H.L. Sieverding, and J.J. Stone. 2018. Historical sediment mercury deposition for select South Dakota lakes: Implications for watershed transport and flooding. J. Soils Sed. doi.org/10.1007/s11368-018-2014-3
30. DeSutter, T.M., and K.L. DeSutter. 2017. A unique approach to teaching co-listed science courses: “Forty Chances” for improved graduate student education. Nat. Sci. Educ. 46:170019
31. Matthees, H., Y. He, R. Owen, D. Hopkins, B. Deutsch, J. Lee, D.E. Clay, C. Reese, D.D. Malo, and T.M. DeSutter. 2017. Predicting soil electrical conductivity of the saturation paste extract from a 1:1 soil:water ratio. Comm. Soil Sci. Plant Anal. 48: 2148-2154.
32. Dymond, S., J. Bradford, P. Bolstad, R. Kolka, S. Sebestyen, and T. DeSutter. 2017. Topographic, edaphic, and vegetative controls on plant-available water. Ecohydrology DOI: 10.1002/eco.1897
33. Eichele-Nelson, J.L., A.F. Wick, T.M. DeSutter, and J.P. Harmon. 2017. The effects of salinity on the herbivorous crop pest Tetranychus urticae (Trombidiformes: Tetranychidae) on soybean and corn. Env. Ent. doi: 10.1093/ee/nvx103
34. Ghosh, U., R. Thapa, T. DeSutter, Y. He, A. Chatterjee. 2017. Saline-sodic soils: Potential sources of nitrous oxide and carbon dioxide emissions? Pedosphere 27: 65-75.
35. Graber, K., C.L.M. Hargiss, J.E. Norland, and T. DeSutter. 2017. Is oil-well producing water effective in abating road dust? Wat. Air Soil Pollut. doi.org/10.1007/s11270-017-3640-x
36. Hargiss, L.M. Hargiss, K. Graber, D. Prishmann-Voldseth, T. DeSutter, J. Norland, and A. Gnoinsky. 2017. Comparison of methodologies for field application of road dust. Wat. Air Soil Pollut. Doi 10.1007/s11(270) 017-3403-8
37. Jia, X., T.F. Scherer, D.D. Steele, and T.M. DeSutter. 2017. Subirrigation system performance and evaluation in the Red River Valley of the North. Appl. Ag. Eng. (submitted for peer review)
38. Kolka, R.K., B.R. Sturtevant, J.R. Miesel, A. Singh, P.T. Wolter, S. Fraver, T.M. DeSutter, and P.A. Townsend. 2017. Emissions of forest floor and mineral soil carbon, nitrogen and mercury pools and relationships with fire severity for the Pagami Creek fire in the boreal forest of northern Minnesota. Int. J. Wildland Fire doi:10.1071/WF16128
39. O’Brien, P.L., T.M. DeSutter, F.X.M. Casey, A.F. Wick, and E. Khan. 2017. Wheat growth in soils treated by ex situ thermal desorption. J. Environ. Qual. doi:10.2134/jeq2017.03.0115
40. O’Brien, P.L., T.M. DeSutter, F.X.M. Casey, A.F. Wick, and E. Khan. 2017. Evaluation of soil function following remediation of petroleum hydrocarbons: A review of current remediation strategies. Current Poll. Reports doi:10.1007/s40(726) 017-0063-7
41. O’Brien, P.L., T.M. DeSutter, S.S. Ritter, F.X.M. Casey, E. Khan, A.F. Wick, and Heather L. Matthees. 2017. A large-scale soil-mixing process for reclamation of heavily disturbed soils. Ecol. Eng. 109: 84-91.
42. Ritter, S., T. DeSutter, P. O’Brien, F. Casey, A. Wick, E. Khan, and K. Horsager. 2017. Binary exchanges of calcium, magnesium, and potassium on thermally desorbed soil. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. 10.2136/sssaj2017.01.0028
43. Schultz, E., A. Chatterjee, T. DeSutter, and D. Franzen. 2017. Sodic soil reclamation potential of gypsum and biochar additions: Influence on physicochemical properties and soil respiration. Comm. Soil Sci. Plant. Anal. 48: 1792-1803.
44. Butcher, K., A.F. Wick, T. DeSutter, A. Chatterjee, and J. Harmon. 2016. Soil salinity: A threat to global food security. Agron. J. 108: 1-12.
45. Cruezer, J., C.L.M. Hargiss, J.E. Norland, T. DeSutter, F.X. Casey, E.S. DeKeyser, and M. Ell. 2016. Does increased road dust due to energy development impact wetlands in the Bakken Region? Water Air Soil Pollut. 227: 39. doi:10.1007/s11(270) 015-2739-1
46. Derby, N.E., F.X.M. Casey, and T.M. DeSutter. 2016. Effects of oil field brine wastewater on saturated hydraulic conductivity of smectite loam soils. Can. J. Soil Sci. 96: 496-503.
47. Klaustermeier, A., H. Tomlinson, A.L.M. Daigh, R. Limb, T. DeSutter, and K. Sedivec. 2016. Comparison of soil-to-water suspension ratios for determining electrical conductivity of oil-production-water-contaminated soils. Can. J. Soil Sci. 96: 233-243.
48. O’Brien, P.L., T.M. DeSutter, F.X.M. Casey, N.E. Derby, and A.F. Wick. 2016. Implications of using thermal desorption to remediate contaminated agricultural soil: Physical characteristics and hydraulic processes. J. Environ. Qual. 45: 1430-1436.
49. Wamono, A.W., D.D. Steele, Z. Lin, T.M. DeSutter, X. Jia, and D.E. Clay. 2016. Effects of calcium-based surface amendments on the penetration resistance of subsurface drained sodic soils. Trans. ASABE 59: 869-877.
50. Wamono, A.W., D.D. Steele, T. DeSutter, Z. Lin, X. Jia, and D. Clay. 2016. Gypsum lowers drawbar power in northern Great Plains subsurface-drained sodic soils. Trans. ASABE 59: 1661-1669.
51. Reitsma, K.D., B.H. Dunn, U. Mishra, S.A. Clay, T. DeSutter, and D.E. Clay. 2015. Land-use change impact on soil sustainability in a climate and vegetation transition zone. Agron. J. 107:2363-2372.
52. Amarakoon, D., D. Thavarajah, D.S. Gupta, K. McPhee, T. DeSutter, and P. Thavarajah. 2015. Genetic and environmental variation of seed iron and food matrix factors of North-Dakota-grown field peas (Pisum sativum L.) J. Food Comp. Anal. 37:67-74.
53. Chatterjee, A., B. Geaumont, T.M. DeSutter, D. Hopkins, and M. Rakkar. 2015. Rapid shifts in soil organic carbon mineralization within sodic landscapes. Arid Land Res. Mngt. 29:255-263.
54. DeSutter, T., D. Franzen, Y. He, A. Wick, B. Deutsch, and J. Lee. 2015. Relating percent sodium to sodium adsorption ratio and its utility in the northern Great Plains. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. 79:1261-1264.
55. Dose, H., A.M. Fortuna, L. Cihacek, J. Norland, T. DeSutter, D. Clay, J. Bell. 2015. Biological indicators provide short term soil health assessment during sodium soil reclamation. Ecol. Ind. 58:244-253.
56. He, Y., T.M. DeSutter, D.G. Hopkins, D. Wysocki, D. Clay. 2015.Relationship between 1:5 soil/water and saturated paste extract sodium adsorption ratios by three extraction methods. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. 79:681-687.
57. Jyoti, V., B. Saini-Eidukat, D. Hopkins, and T. DeSutter. 2015. Naturally elevated metal contents of soils in northeastern North Dakota, USA with a focus on cadmium. J. Soils Sed. DOI 10.1007/s11(368) 015-1122-6.
58. Fasching, S., J. Norland, T. DeSutter, S. DeKeyser, F. Casey, and C. Hargiss. 2015. The use of sediment removal to reduce phosphorus levels in wetland soils. Ecol. Rest. 33:131-134.
59. He, Y., T. DeSutter, F. Casey, D. Clay, D. Franzen, and D. Steele. 2015. Field capacity water as influenced by Na and EC: Implications for subsurface drainage. Geoderma 245-246: 83-88.
60. Shelver, W., T. DeSutter. 2015. Ractopamine soil uptake by alfalfa (Medicago sativa) and wheat (Triticum aestivum). J. Env. Sci. 34:86-92.
61. Chambers, K.B., F.X. Casey, H. Hakk, T.M. DeSutter, and N.W. Shappell. 2014. Potential bioactivity and association of 17-β estradiol with the dissolved and colloidal fractions of manure and soil. Sci. Tot. Env. 494:58-64.
62. Bai, X., F.X.M. Casey, H. Hakk, T.M. DeSutter, P.G. Odour, E. Khan. 2014. Sorption and metabolism of 17β-estradiol-17-sulfate in sterilized soil-water systems. Chemosphere doi:10.1016/j.chemosphere.2014.02.016
63. Kolka, R., S. Fraver, P. Townsend, B. Sturtevant, P. Wolter, J. Miesel, and T. DeSutter. 2014. Forest floor and upper soil canopy carbon, nitrogen and mercury pools shortly after fire and comparisons to fire severity indices. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. 78:S58-S65.
64. Rahman, M.M., Z. Lin, X. Jia, D.D. Steele, and T.M. DeSutter. 2014. Impact of subsurface drainage on streamflows in the Red River of the North basin. J. Hydrol. 511:474-483.
65. Bai, X., F.X.M. Casey, H. Hakk, T.M. DeSutter, P.G. Odour, E. Khan. 2013. Dissipation and transformation of 17β-estradiol-17-sulfate in soil-water systems. J. Haz. Mat. 260:733-739.
66. Akkajit, P., T.M. DeSutter, and C. Tongcumpou. 2013. Effects of sugarcane waste-products on Cd and Zn fractionation and its uptake by sugarcane (Saccarum officinarum L.). J. Environ. Monit. DOI: 10.1039/c3em00403a
67. He, Y., T. DeSutter, and D. Clay. 2013. Dispersion of pure clay minerals as influenced by Ca to Mg ratios, SAR and EC. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. 77:2014-2019.
68. Akkajit, P., T.M. DeSutter, and C. Tongcumpou. 2013. Fractionation of Cd and Zn in Cd contaminated soils amended by sugarcane waste products from ethanol production plant. J. Soils Sediments DOI: 10.1007/s11(368) 013-0691-5
69. Akkajit, P., T.M. DeSutter, and C. Tongcumpou. 2013. Short-term effects of sugarcane waste products from ethanol production plant as soil amendments on sugarcane growth and metal stabilization. Environ. Sci.: Processes Impacts DOI: 10.1039/c3em00073g
70. Betemariam, H., A. Davis, L. Stetler, C. McCutcheon, T. DeSutter, M. Penn, and J.J. Stone. 2013. Geochemical behavior and watershed influences associated with sediment-bound mercury for South Dakota lakes and impoundments. Water, Air, Soil Pollut. 224:1497 doi:10.1007/s11(270) 013-1497-1
71. DeSutter, T., L. Cihacek, and S. Rahman. 2013. Application of flue gas desulfurization gypsum (FGDG) and its impact on wheat grain (Triticum aestivum L.) and soil chemistry. J. Environ. Qual. 43:303-311.
72. He, Y., T. DeSutter, L. Prunty, D. Hopkins, X. Jia, and D. Wysocki. 2013. Relating the value of EC1:5 to EC of the saturated paste extract. Can. J. Soil Sci. 93:585-594.
73. Kandel, H.J., J.A. Brodshaug, D.D. Steele, J.K. Ransom, T.M. DeSutter, and G.R. Sands. 2013. Subsurface drainage effects on soil penetration resistance and water table depth on a clay soil in the Red River of the North Valley, USA. Agric. Eng. Inter.: CIGR J. 15:1-10.
74. Jia, X, T.M. DeSutter, Z. Lin, W.M. Schuh, and D.D. Steele. 2012. Controlled drainage and subirrigation effects on water quality in southeast North Dakota. Trans. ASABE. 55:1757-1769.
75. Paradeis, B., S. Lovas, A. Aipperspach, A. Kazmierczak, M. Boche, Y. He, P. Corrigan, K. Chambers, Y. Gao, J. Norland, and T. DeSutter. 2012. Dog-park soils: Concentration and distribution of urine-borne constituents. Urban Ecosyst. 16:351-365.
76. Guy, A., T. DeSutter, F. Casey, R. Kolka, and H. Hakk. 2012. Effects of major flooding on water and sediment characteristics in an urban environment. J. Environ. Qual. 41:554-563.
77. He, Y., T. DeSutter, L. Prunty, D. Hopkins, X. Jia, and D. Wysocki. 2012. Evaluation of 1:5 soil to water extract electrical conductivity methods. Geoderma 185-186:12-17.
78. Zuk, A., T. DeSutter, M. Hafdahl, and Q. Zhang. 2012. Kentucky bluegrass germination and early seedling growth under saline conditions. Appl. Turfgrass Sci. doi:10.1094/ATS-2012-0413-01-RS.
79. Rahman, S., T. DeSutter, and Q. Zhang. 2011. Efficacy of microbial additive to reduce odor, ammonia, and hydrogen sulfide emissions from farrowing-gestation swine operation. Agric. Eng. Internat.: CIGR J. 13:1-9.
80. Jalilov, S-M., T.M. DeSutter, and J.A. Leitch. 2011. Impact of Rogun Dam on downstream Uzbekistan agriculture. Int. J. Wat. Res. Env. Eng. 3:161-166.
81. Derby, N., H. Hakk, F. Casey, and T. DeSutter. 2011. Effects of composting swine manure on nutrients and estrogens. Soil Sci. 176:91-98.
82. Schuh, M.C., F.X.M. Casey, H. Hakk, T.M. DeSutter, K.G. Richards, E. Khan, and P. Odour. 2011. An on-farm survey of spatial and temporal stratifications of 17β-estradiol concentrations. Chemosphere 82:1683-1689.
83. Zitnick, K.K., N.W. Shappell, H. Hakk, T.M. DeSutter, E. Khan, and F.X. Casey. 2011. Effects of liquid swine manure on dissipation of 17β-estradiol in soil. J. Haz. Mat. 186:1111-1117.
84. DeSutter, T., P. Goosen-Alix, L. Prunty, P.M. White, Jr., and F. Casey. 2011. Smooth brome (Bromus inermis Leyss) and soil chemical response to concrete grinding residue application. Water, Air, and Soil Pollut. 222:195-204.
85. DeSutter, T.M., J. Lukach, and L.J. Cihacek. 2011. Sulfur fertilization of canola (Brassica napus) with flue gas desulfurization gypsum: An assessment study. Commun. Soil Sci. Plant Anal. 42:2537-2547.
86. Sande, L., M. Chu, and T. DeSutter. 2011. A new method for replicating complex microtopographic surfaces in laboratory box experiments. Appl. Eng. Agric. 27:615-620.
87. Schuh, M.C., F. Casey, H. Hakk, T.M. DeSutter, K.G. Richards, and E. Khan. 2011. Effects of field-manure applications on stratified 17β-estradiol concentrations. J. Haz. Mat. 192:748-752.
88. Ratpukdi, T., F. Casey, T. DeSutter, and E. Khan. 2011. Bromate formation by ozone-VUV in comparison with ozone and ozone-UV: Effects of pH, ozone dose, and VUV power. J. Env. Eng. 137:187-195.
89. DeSutter, T., L. Prunty, and J. Bell. 2011. Concrete grinding residue characterization and influence on infiltration. J. Environ. Qual.40:1-6.
90. DeSutter, T.M., and C.B. Godsey. 2010. Sugar beet processing lime as an amendment for low pH soils. Commun. Soil Plant Anal. 41:1789-1796.
91. DeSutter, T., E. Viall, I. Rijal, M. Murdoff, A. Guy, X. Pang, S. Koltes, R. Luciano, X. Bai, K. Zitnick, S. Wang, F. Podrebarac, F. Casey, and D. Hopkins. 2010. Integrating field-based research into the classroom: An environmental sampling exercise. J. Nat. Res. Life Sci. Ed. 39:132-136.
92. Shelver, W.L., H. Hakk, G.L. Larsen, T.M. DeSutter, and F.X.M. Casey. 2010. Development of an UPLC-MS/MS sulfonamide multi-residue method and its application to water, manure slurry, and soils from swine rearing facilities. J. Agric. Food Chem. 1217:1273-1282.
93. Thompson, M.L., F.X.M. Casey, E. Khan, H. Hakk, G.L. Larsen, and T. DeSutter. 2009. Occurrence and pathways of manure-borne 17β-estradiol in vadose zone water. Chemosphere 76:472-479.
94. DeSutter, T.M., and L.J. Cihacek. 2009. Potential agricultural uses of flue gas desulfurization gypsum in the Northern Great Plains. Agron. J. 101:817-825.
95. DeSutter, T.M., T.J. Sauer, T.B. Parkin, and J.L. Heitman. 2008. A subsurface, closed-loop system for soil carbon dioxide and its application to the gradient efflux approach. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. 72:126-134.
96. Heitman, J.L., R. Horton, T.J. Sauer, and T.M. DeSutter. 2008. Sensible heat observations reveal soil-water evaporation dynamics. J. Hydromet. 9:165-171.
97. Casey, F.X.M., P. Oduor, H. Hakk, G. L. Larsen, and T.M. DeSutter. 2008. Transport of 17-estradiol and testosterone in a field lysimeter. Soil Sci. 173:456-467.
98. Sauer, T.J., O.D. Akinyemi, P. Thery, J.L. Heitman, T.M. DeSutter, and R. Horton. 2008. Evaluation of a new, perforated heat flux plate design. Intern. Comm. Heat Mass Transfer 35:800-804.
99. Sauer, T., J. Singer, J. Prueger, T. DeSutter, J. Hatfield. 2007. Radiation balance and evaporation partitioning in a narrow-row soybean canopy. Agric. For. Met. 145:206-214.
100. DeSutter, T.M., T.J. Sauer, and T.B. Parkin. 2006. Porous tubing for use in monitoring soil CO2 concentrations. Soil Biol. Biochem. 38:2676-2681.
101. DeSutter, T.M., G.M. Pierzynski, and L. Baker. 2006. Flow-through and batch methods for determining Ca-Mg and Mg-Ca selectivity. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. 70:550-554.
102. DeSutter, T.M., and J.M. Ham. 2005. Lagoon-biogas emissions and carbon balance estimates of a swine production facility. J. Environ. Qual. 34:198-206.
103. DeSutter, T.M., and G.M. Pierzynski. 2005. Evaluation of soils for use as liner materials: A soil chemistry approach. J. Environ Qual. 34:951-962.
104. DeSutter, T.M., G.M. Pierzynski, and J.M. Ham. 2005. Movement of lagoon-liquor constituents below four animal-waste lagoons. J. Environ. Qual. 34:1234-1242.
105. DeSutter, T.M., S.A. Clay, and D.E. Clay. 2003. Atrazine sorption and desorption as affected by aggregate size, particle size, and soil type. Weed Sci. 51:456-462.
106. Clay, S.A., T.M. DeSutter, and D.E. Clay. 2001. Herbicide concentration and dissipation from surface wind-erodible soil. Weed Sci. 49:431-436.
107. Ham, J.M. and T.M. DeSutter. 2000. Towards site-specific design standards for animal-waste lagoons: Protecting groundwater quality. J. Environ. Qual. 29:1721-1732.
108. Ham, J.M. and T.M. DeSutter. 1999. Seepage losses and nitrogen export from swine-waste lagoons: A water balance study. J. Environ. Qual. 28:1090-1099.
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