Publications

Publications

General Publications

Agricultural Phosphorus and Eutrophication – Second Edition

Best Management Practices – to minimize agricultural phosphorus impacts on water quality

The Pivotal Role of Phosphorus in a Resilient Water–Energy–Food Security Nexus

The State of the Science of Phosphorus – Symposium Proceedings: January 30, 2015, Wye Mills, MD

Methods of Sampling and Analysis for Phosphorus in Soils, Sediments and Manures

2000 First Edition

2009 Second Edition

Recommended Methods of Manure Analysis – 2003

Manure Nutrient and their behavior in Soil – 2009

Phosphorus Best Management Practices – Fact Sheets

Application Timing and Methods

Barnyard/Feedlot Runoff Management

Composting Effects on Phosphorus Availability in Animal Manures

Constructed Treatment Wetlands

Cover Crops

Dietary Phosphorus Levels for Dairy Cows

Dietary Phytase to Reduce Phosphorus Losses from Animal Manure

Drainage Ditch Management

Erosion Control Systems

Filter Strips

Grassed Waterways

Grazing Management

Lake and Pond Treatment by Nutrient Inactivation

Manure Spreader Calibration

Manure Testing

Milkhouse Filters

Phosphorus Balance

Physical Manure Treatment (Solids Separation)

Phosphorus Removal Structures

Treating Poultry Litter with Aluminum Sulfate (Alum)

Reducing Urban Phosphorus Runoff from Lawns

Riparian Zones

Septic Drain Field Design and Maintenance

Soil Testing

Management of Spray Fields

Streambank and Shoreline Protection

Strip Cropping

Phosphorus Loss with Surface Irrigation

Treating Swine Manure with Aluminum Chloride

Tailwater Recovery

Terraces

Conservation Tillage and Crop Residue Management

Vegetative Mining

Phosphorus Indexing

Natural Resources Conservation Service Conservation Practice Standard

National Instruction

Nutrient Management Policy

Revision of the 590 Nutrient Management Standards – recommendations

Revision of the 590 Nutrient Management Standards – supporting document

Technical Guidance for Assessing Phosphorus Indices

National Phosphorus Research Projects

National Phosphorus Protocol – National research project for stimulated rainfall – surface runoff studies

Interfacing Agricultural and Environmental Phosphorus Management in the U.S. 2002

Soil Phosphorus and Overland Flow Phosphorus Relationships – Andrew Sharpley, Peter Kleinman, Jennifer Weld and Richard McDowell – 2001 – National Phosphorus Runoff Project: Pennsylvania

Cornell University – Peter Kleinman, Andrew Sharpley, Ray Bryant, Karl Czymmek and Quirine Ketterings – 2001 – National Phosphorus Runoff Project: New York

Iowa State University – Antonio P. Mallarino, Brett L. Allen and Mazhar U. Haq – 2006 – Relationship between soil and runoff phosphorus for three typical Iowa soils
a component of the National Phosphorus Runoff Project: Iowa

Rainfall Simulator and Plot Scale Compression – Andrew Sharpley and Peter Kleinman – 2001 – National Phosphorus Runoff Project: Pennsylvania

Phosphorus Risk Indicators: Correlation with Water Quality in Manitoba – 2006

University of New Hampshire – Tom Boub, Peter Kleinman, Andrew Sharpley and Elizabeth Rochette – 2001 – National Phosphorus Runoff Project: New Hampshire

University of Puerto Rico – David Sotomayor-Ramírez – 2005 – National Phosphorus Runoff Project: Puerto Rico

Virginia Tech – Greg Mullins – 2001 – National Phosphorus Runoff Project: Virginia

Position Papers

Introduction to Position Papers – 2005

Position Papers – 2005

Cross State Issues Position Paper – 2005

ICP vs Color Methodology Position Paper – 2005

Phosphorus Index Position Paper – 2005

Predicting Phosphorus Runoff Position Paper – 2005

Sampling Phosphorus Spatial Concerns Position Paper – 2005

Soil Phosphorus Thresholds Position Paper – 2005

Soil Sampling Depth Position Paper – 2005

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