Soil Chemistry


Journal Articles and Book Chapters

Penn, C.J., R. Will, L. Fultz, and D. Hamilton. 2013. Forage and tree seedling growth in a soil with an encased swine sludge layer.  J. Environ. Man. 128:586-593.

Peek, G.G., C. Penn, and J. Atiles. New best management for phosphorus in the water.  Journal of Extension.  Vol 51:

 Fine, K.E., J.C. Cole, and C.J. Penn. 2013. Nitrogen mineralization from canola meal or cottonseed meal with or without soapstock. HortScience. 48:891-896.

 Dipesh, K.C., R.E. Will, R.E., T.C. Hennessey, and C.J. Penn.  Evaluation of short-rotation woody crops to stabilize a decommissioned swine lagoon.   (pp 159-164). In Butnor, John R., ed. 2012. Proceedings of the 16th biennial southern silvicultural research conference. e-Gen. Tech. Rep. SRS-156. Asheville, NC: U.S. Department of Agriculture Forest Service, Southern Research Station. 393 p.

 Butchee, K., D.B. Arnall, A. Sutradhar, C. Godsey, H. Zhang, and C. Penn. 2012. Determining Critical Soil pH for Grain Sorghum Production.  International Journal of Agronomy, vol. 2012, Article ID 130254, doi:10.1155/2012/130254

Grubb, K.L., J.M. McGrath, C.J. Penn, and R.B. Bryant. 2012. Effect of land application of phosphorus saturated gypsum on soil phosphorus. Applied and Environmental Soil Science. vol. 2012, Article ID 506951, 7 pages, 2012. doi:10.1155/2012/506951

McGrath, J.M., C.J. Penn, and F.J. Coale. 2012. A modeling approach to the design of  in situ agricultural drainage filters. Soil Use and Management. doi: 10.1111/j.1475-2743.2011.00381.x

Stoner, D., C.J. Penn, J.M. McGrath, and J.G. Warren.  2012.  Phosphorus removal with by-products in a flow-through setting.  J. Environ. Qual.  41:654-663.

Penn, C.J., J.M. McGrath, E. Rounds, G. Fox, and D. Heeren.  2012.  Trapping phosphorus in runoff with a phosphorus removal structure.  J. Environ. Qual. 41:672-679.

 Guo, X., Z. Wei, C. J. Penn, T. Xu, and Q. Wu.  2012.  Effect of Soil Washing and Liming on Bioavailability of Heavy Metals in Acid Contaminated Soil.  Soil Sci Soc. Am. J.  77:432-441.

 Grubb, K.L., J.M. McGrath, C.J. Penn, and R.B. Bryant. 2011. Land application of spent gypsum from ditch filters: Phosphorus source or sink? Agricultural Sciences: 2:364-374.

Schroder, J., H. Zhang, W. Raun, M. Payton, C.Penn, and K. Desta.  2011.  Soil acidification from long-term use of nitrogen fertilizers on winter wheat.  Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. 75:957-964.

 Penn, C.J. and J.M. McGrath.  2011. Predicting phosphorus sorption onto normal and modified slag using a flow-through approach.  J. Wat. Res. Protec. 3:235-244.

 Heeren, D.M., G.A. Fox, R.B. Miller, D.E. Storm, A.K. Fox, C.J. Penn, T. Halihan, and A.R. Mittelstet.  2011. Stage-dependent transient storage of phosphorus in alluvial floodplains. Hydrological Processes 25:3230-3243.

 Guzman, J.A., G.A. Fox, and C. Penn. 2012. Sorption of Escherichia coli in agricultural soils influenced by swine manure constituents. Transactions of the ASABE. 55: 61-71.

 Wei, Z., X. Guo, Q. Wu, X. Long, and C. Penn.  2011.  Phytoextraction of Heavy Metals from Contaminated Soil by Co-cropping with Chelator Application and Assessment of Associated Leaching Risk.  Int. J. Phytorem.  13:717-729.

 Penn, C.J., J. Vitale, S. Fine, J. Payne, J.G. Warren, H. Zhang, M. Eastman, and S.L. Herron.  2011.  Alternative poultry litter storage for improved transportation and use as a soil amendment.  J. Environ. Qual. 40:233-241.

Penn, C.J., R.B. Bryant, M.A. Callahan, and J.M. McGrath.  2011. Use of industrial byproducts to sorb and retain phosphorus.  Commun. Soil. Sci. Plant Anal.  42:633-644.

 Hereen, D.M., R.B. Miller, G.A. Fox, D.E. Storm, T. Halihan, and C.J. Penn. 2010.  Preferential flow effects on subsurface contaminant transport in alluvial floodplains. Trans. ASABE. 53:127-136.

 Penn, C.J., J.G. Warren, and S. Smith.  2010.  Maximizing ammonium-nitrogen removal from solution using different zeolites.  J. Environ. Qual.  39:1478-1485.

 Turner, J.C., J. Hattey, J.G. Warren, and C.J. Penn.  2010.  Electrical conductivity and sodium adsorption ratio changes following annual applications of animal manure amendments.  Commun. Soil. Sci. Plant Anal. 41:1043-1060.

 Penn, C.J., and H. Zhang.  2010. Thermodynamics of Phosphorus Sorption onto Soils: Isothermal Titration Calorimetry as an Indicator of Phosphorus Sorption Behavior.  Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. 74:502-511

 Penn, C.J. and J.G. Warren.  2009.  Investigating phosphorus sorption onto kaolinite using isothermal titration calorimetry.  Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. 73:560-568.

 Fuchs, J.W., G.A. Fox, D.E. Storm, C. Penn, and G.O. Brown. 2009. Subsurface transport of phosphorus in riparian floodplains: Influence of preferential flow paths. J. Environ. Qual. 38(2): 473-484.

 Warren, J.G., C.J. Penn, J.M. McGrath, and K. Sistani.  2008.  The impact of alum additions on organic P transformations in poultry litter and soils receiving alum-treated poultry litter.  J. Environ. Qual. 37:469-476

 Penn, C.J. and R.B. Bryant.  2008.  Phosphorus solubility in response to acidification of dairy manure impacted soils.  Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J.  72:238-243.

 Penn, C.J., R.B. Bryant, P.A. Kleinman, and A. Allen.  2007.  Removing dissolved phosphorus from drainage ditch water with phosphorus sorbing materials.  J. Soil Water Cons.  62:269-276.

 Penn, C.J., B.A. Needleman, P.A. Kleinman, and R.B. Bryant.  2007.  Quantifying spatial variability in soil phosphorus at a field scale: implications to runoff and soil sampling.  172:797-810.

 Penn, C.J., and R. Bryant.  2006.  Application of phosphorus sorbing materials to streamside cattle loafing areas.  J. Soil Water Cons. 61:303-310.

 Penn, C.J., G.L. Mullins, L.W. Zelazny, and A.N. Sharpley.  2006.  Estimating dissolved phosphorus concentrations in runoff from three physiographic regions of Virginia.  Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. 70:1967-1974 .

 Warren, J.G., S.B. Phillips, G.L. Mullins, D.A. Keahey, and C.J. Penn. 2006. Environmental and production consequences of using alum-amended poultry litter as a nutrient source for corn. J. Environ. Qual. 35: 303-311

  Penn, C.J., and R. Bryant. 2006. Incubation of dried and sieved soils can induce calcium phosphate precipitation/adsorption.  Comm. in Soil Sci. and Plant Anal. 37:1437-1449. 

  Penn, C.J., G.L. Mullins, and L.W. Zelazny.  2005.  Mineralogy in relation to phosphorus sorption and dissolved phosphorus losses in runoff.  Soil  Sci. Soc. Amer. J. 69: 1532-1540

 Penn, C.J., G.L. Mullins, L.W. Zelazny, J.G. Warren, and J.M. McGrath.  2004. Surface runoff losses of phosphorus from Virginia soils amended with turkey manure using phytase and HAP corn diets.  J. Environ. Qual.  J. Environ Qual.33:1431-1439

 Penn, C.J. and J.T. Sims.  2002.  Phosphorus forms in biosolids-amended soils and losses in runoff: effects of wastewater treatment process.  J Environ. Qual. 31:1349-1361

 Vadas, P.A., J.T. Sims, A.B. Leytem, and C.J. Penn.  2002.  Modifying FHANTM 2.0 to estimate phosphorus  concentrations in runoff from Mid-Atlantic coastal plain soils.  Soil Sci. Soc, Amer. J.  66:1974-1980.

Extension Materials

Penn, C., and H. Zhang.  2013. An introduction to the land application of drilling mud in Oklahoma. OSU Fact Sheet, WREC-102. Oklahoma State Univ. Coop Ext. Service, Stillwater, OK.

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