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  • WARREN A. DICK PROFESSOR OF SOIL AND ENVIRONMENTAL CHEMISTRY HTTP://SNR.OSU.EDU/FAC_STAFF/FACULTY.PHP PERSONAL PROFILE School of Environment and Natural Resources The Ohio State University Wooster, OH 44691-4096 Phone: (330) 263-3877 Fax: (330) 263-3658 dick.5@osu.edu 779 Pintail Lane Wooster, OH 44691 Phone: (330) 264-4621 Born: January 7, 1953, Langdon, ND Married: July 15, 1976 to Carol Wilson Dick EDUCATION Ph.D. 1980 Iowa State University Major: Soil Science (Biochemistry, Microbiology, Environmental Science) M.S. 1977 Iowa State University Major: Soil Science (Biochemistry) B.S. 1975 Wheaton College Major: Chemistry PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE 7/90-present Professor of Soil Science (Biochemistry and Biology), School of Environment and Natural

    Resources, The Ohio State University, Wooster, OH (80% Research, 15% Teaching, 5% Administration)

    8/90-7/91 Professional Leave, Agriculture & Agri-Food Canada, Central Experimental Farm, Ottawa, Canada

    7/84-6/90 Associate Professor of Soil Science (Biochemistry and Biology), Department of Agronomy, The Ohio State University, Wooster, OH (85% Research, 15% Teaching)

    7/80-6/84 Assistant Professor of Soil Science (Biochemistry and Biology), Department of Agronomy, The Ohio State University, Wooster, OH (85% Research, 15% Teaching)

    1975-1980 Graduate Research Assistant, Department of Agronomy, Iowa State University AWARDS, HONORS, RECOGNITION 1. Graduated with Honor from Wheaton College (1975) 2. Gamma Sigma Delta Honorary (1977) 3. Chosen to represent Iowa State Univ. as a delegate to the 12th Annual Argonne Univ. Assoc. - Argonne

    National Laboratory Biology Symposium (1978) 4. Nominated by Iowa State Department of Agronomy to receive the Emil Truog Award (1980) for

    outstanding Ph.D. dissertation 5. Who's Who in the Midwest (1981)

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    6. International Phosphorus Institute (IMPHOS) Award nominee (1982) in recognition of research on phosphatases in soil

    7. Pomerene Teaching Enhancement Award, College of Agriculture, Ohio State University (1985 and 1995) 8. Multidisciplinary Research Award. Ohio Agricultural Research and Development Center, The Ohio State

    University (1996, 1998) 9. Fellow, America Society of Agronomy (1997) 10. Fellow, Soil Science Society of America (1997) 11. Distinguished Senior Faculty Research Award. Ohio Agricultural Research and Development Center, The

    Ohio State University (2005) 12. EPA Environmental Achievement Award (2008) TEACHING ENVIRONMENTAL AND NATURAL RESOURCES 761 SOIL BIOCHEMISTRY (U G 4 HOURS) This course includes information related to soil biochemical techniques, element transformations, biologically active compounds, pesticide metabolism, and the fate of genetic materials in soils. The course is generally taught every other year but if demand is great enough, the course is taught during years when it is not normally scheduled. Average enrollment is approximately 8 students with most being at the Ph.D. level. SOIL SCIENCE (TAUGHT IN CHINA, 2002) A two-week course on the basic aspects of Soil Science was taught to approximately 110 students and professors at Nanjing Agricultural University in October, 2002. The purpose of this course was to prepare soil science faculty in China to go back to their home institutions where they would, in turn, teach their students soil science in English. SOIL SCIENCE AND ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE 999 RESEARCH Graduate research credit is provided to students who are conducting their MS or PhD research activities. Soil Science 999 has been taught most every quarter since 1982 and Environmental Science 999 has been taught as needed by students since 1998. Grading is Satisfactory-Unsatisfactory. GUEST LECTURES Current Research Interests in Soil Biochemistry (Agronomy 885). Taught in 1981-1983. GRADUATE STUDENT DEGREE PROGRAMS (SERVED AS CHAIR AND STUDENT ADVISOR) Name Degree COMPLETION DATE Matt Morra PhD, Soil Science 1986 John Pichtel PhD, Soil Science 1987 Ramble Ankumah PhD, Soil Science 1988 Rick Holy MS, Soil Science 1988 Nasser Abou-Assaf PhD, Soil Science 1991 Jerry Crews PhD, Soil Science 1993 Pierre-Andre Jacinthe PhD, Soil Science 1995 Weizhang Zhang PhD, Soil Science 1997 Liming Chen PhD, Soil Science 1997 Yue-li Hao PhD, Environmental Science 1998 Todd Houser MS, Soil Science 1999 Ahmad Al-Turki PhD, Soil Science 2001 Guilherme Holtz PhD, Soil Science 2001 Nicomrat Duongruitai PhD, Environmental Science 2001 Ying Li MS, Environmental Science 2001 Ying Wang PhD, Soil Science 2002 Sang-Jun Kim PhD, Environmental Science 2003 Basanthi Thavamani MS, Soil Science 2003

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    Yu, Shuo MS, Environmental Science 2006 Sougata Bardhan MS, Soil Science 2006 Janakiraman, Nithya MS, Environmental Science 2007 Natsuko Nakano PhD, Soil Science 2008 Yousef, Lina PhD, Soil Science 2008 Mestelan, Silvia PhD, Soil Science 2007 Bardhan, Sougata PhD, Soil Science 2008 Yang, Hangbae PhD, Environmental Science 2009 Darlene Florence MS, Soil Science 2009 Xiaolu Guo PhD, Soil Science (joint program with China) 2010 Yongyiang Tian PhD, Soil Science (joint program with China) 2011 Brittany Campbell MS, Soil Science 2012 Aditi Sengupta PhD, Soil Science Current Maninder Walia PhD, Soil Science Current Josh Kendall PhD, Soil Science Current Yogi Raut PhD, Soil science Current TITLES OF GRADUATE M.S. THESES AND PH.D. DISSERTATIONS Morra, M.J. 1986. PhD Dissertation. Gaps in the Sulfur Cycle: Biogenic Hydrogen Sulfide Production and

    Atmospheric Deposition. Pichtel, J.R. 1987. PhD Dissertation. Influence of Complex Organic Amendments on the Oxidation of Pyritic

    Mine Spoil. Ankumah, R.O. 1988. PhD Dissertation. Enhanced Degradation in Soil of the Herbicide EPTC and

    Determination of Its Degradation Pathway by an Isolated Soil Microorganism. Holy, R.C. 1988. MS Thesis. Evaluation of Iron-Stress Responses in Iron-Efficient A7 soybean (Glycine max

    L.). Abou-Assaf, N. 1991. PhD Degradation of the Herbicide EPTC by Isolated Soil Bacteria. Crews, J.T. 1993. PhD Dissertation. Use of FGD By-Product as a Liming Substitute on an Acidic Forest Soil. Jacinthe, P.-A. 1995. PhD Dissertation. Bioremediation of Nitrate-Contaminated Shallow Groundwater and

    Effect of Cropping Systems on Nitrous Oxide Emission. Zhang, W. 1997. PhD Dissertation. Disease Suppression and Systemic Acquired Resistance Induced in Plants

    by Compost-Amended Potting Mixes, Compost Water Extracts and No-Tillage Soil. Chen, L. 1997. PhD Dissertation. Nitrogen and Iron Nutrition of Plants as Induced by Composts and Compost

    Microorganisms. Hao, Y.-L. 1998. PhD Dissertation. Inhibition of Acid Production in Coal Refuse Amended with Calcium

    Sulfite and Calcium Sulfite-Containing Flue Gas Desulfurization By-Products. Houser, T.A. 1999. MS Thesis. Surface Mineland Reclamation Using Clean Coal Combustion By-Products. Holtz, G.P. 2001. PhD Dissertation. Brassica Cover Crops for Biological Weed Control in No-Tillage. Al-Turki, A.I. 2001. PhD Dissertation. Myrosinase Activity in Soil and Impact of Brassica on Plant-Microbe

    Interactions

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    Nicomrat, D. 2001. Microbial Diversity in a Contructed Wetland Treating Acid Mine Drainage at Carbondale,

    Ohio Li, Y. 2001. MS Thesis. Fluorescence Microscopic Observations of Microorganisms in Soil. Wang, Y. 2002. PhD Dissertation. Characterizing the Structure and Diversity of the EPTC-Degrading Microbial

    Community in Soils. Kim, S.-J. 2003. PhD Dissertation. Bioaugmentation for the Remediation of Pesticide-Contaminated Soil with

    Microoganisms Directly Enriched in Soil or Compost. Thavamani, B. 2003. Prediction of organic carbon, amino sugar, -glucosidase and -glucosaminidase

    activities using near infrared reflectance spectroscopy. Bardhan, S. 2005. MS Thesis. Formulating Soilless Greenhouse and Nursery Media Using Clean Coal

    Combustion Products and Organic Wastes. Yu, S. 2006. MS Thesis. Assessment of Bioavailable Nickel in Soil Using Nickel-Depleted Urease. Mestelan, S. 2008. PhD Dissertation. Impact of Long-Term No-Till and Plow Till on Soil Properties and Soil

    Nutrient Cycling. Bardhan, S. 2010. PhD Dissertation. Bacterial Communities Capable of Enhanced EPTC and Atrazine

    Degradation in Ohio Silt Loam and Luray Silty Clay Loam Soils. Merrick, N. 2010. Microbial Source Tracking: Watershed Scale Study of Pathogen Origin, Fate, and Transport

    in the Upper Sugar Creek Watershed, Northeast Ohio. Tian, T. 2011. Effects of composting of waste paint sludge on melamine degradation, greenhouse vegetable

    growth and soil environmental quality. Post-Doctorates Supervised: Rick Stehouwer Humberto Ybirin Liming Chen Dave Kost Ping Wang Linda Dick Elaine Avidov Sindhu Jagadamma Visiting Scholars (one month or longer) K.P. Singh C.P. Singh Wantai Yu Junchu Zhou Li Cheng Xiaolu Gao Jeong Jin Kim Yongqiang Tian Serdar Bilen

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    Manli Wu Junfen Xiong Qichun Zhang Samer Al-Saffar Fullbright Scholars Khalil Tubail RESEARCH FOCUS My research program focuses on soil biochemistry, microbiology and environmental soil chemistry: 1. I am the caretaker of the longest continuously maintained no-tillage plots in the world. These plots have

    been no-tilled continuously since 1962 representing more than 40 years of no-tillage. As a result, we can learn many things about the impact of no-tillage on soil processes, production of crops (i.e. corn and soybeans), insect and weed responses, and other fundamental soil-plant interactions.

    2. Use of soil enzyme activity assays to monitor changes and overall general quality of a soil. This involves developing new methods for measuring enzyme activities and assessing how enzyme activities affect the function of the soil. For example, we have recently developed an assay to measure myrosinase activity in soil. Myrosinase is an enzyme involved in releasing allelopathic compounds into the soil.

    3. Study of microbial communities in soil using culture and nonculture methods. Microbial communities have been characterized in wetlands receiving acid mine drainage and in soils where enhanced degradation of the herbicide, EPTC, occurs. These studies involve extraction of total microbial community DNA from soils and then amplifying specific genes, often the 16s RNA gene, to identify microbial community members.

    4. Nitrogen, sulfur and carbon cycling in soil. This includes studies of denitrification in soils as affected by tillage and cropping system, carbon sequestration under long-term no-tillage and sulfur cycling in surface coal mined areas.

    5. Beneficial recycling of solid wastes. Many by-products of our agricultural, industrial and municipal activities have value if they are properly characterized and utilized. A large amount of effort has focused on developing beneficial uses of coal combustion products in agriculture, for mineland reclamation, for engineering purposes and as a raw material in creation of manufactured products.

    6. Use of brassica cover crops for biological weed control. No-tillage is a well-known soil building and soil protecting crop production system. Many people, however, are opposed to no-tillage because of its reliance on herbicides for weed control. We are conducting studies using cover crops that exhibit allelopathic properties that biologically control weeds. The cover crops are killed in the winter by cold weather and crops are directly seeded, via no-tillage, into the residue mat that is created by the cover crop.

    7. Other miscellaneous activities have included studies of siderophore production in compost amended soils, fate of animal pathogens that enter the soil via manure applications, development of tools to study the molecular biology of Rhodococcus spp., surface water quality as impacted by surface coal mining and agricultural activities, and biological disease control of plants using compost.

    GRANTS AND CONTRACTS FUNDING (SUMMARY) A total of 31 projects representing $8,156,651 in funding have been obtained.

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    FUNDING DETAILS

    SOURCES FROM OUTSIDE OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY 1. Granting Source: US Department of Interior, Bureau of Mines Project Title: Hydrology and water quality of watersheds subjected to surface coal mining.

    Principal Investigator(s): F. Haghiri, R. Amerman, W.A. Dick, et al Project Total: $466,375 (total) Grant Duration: 1980 - 1983

    2. Granting Source: North Central Region Pesticide Impact Assessment Program - USDA Project Title: Use of diagnostic enzyme assays for the evaluation of soils with rapid herbicide degrading abilities

    Principal Investigator(s): W.A. Dick Project Total: $17,000 (total) Grant Duration: 1985 - 1987

    3. Granting Source: Ohio Air Quality Authority

    Project Title: Sources of soil, surface water and precipitation acidity and related effect on soils, plant growth and microorganisms activity.

    Principal Investigator(s): T.C. Weidensaul, W.A. Dick, J.R. McClenahen, O.H. Tuovinen and M.E. Watson Project Total: $314,625 (total) Grant End Date: 1985 4. Granting Source: Ohio Department of Natural Resources

    Project Title: Otterslide Run reclamation project. Sediment abatement and strip mine reclamation project, Noble County, Ohio Principal Investigator(s): G.F. Hall, W.A. Dick, P. Sutton, D. VanDoren, C.a. Moore, W.E. Wolfe and

    T.H. Wu Project Total: $59,586 (total) Grant End Date: 1983

    5. Granting Source: United States Geological Survey Project Title: Chemical movement through the biologically active surface layer of no-till soil Principal Investigator(s): W.A. Dick and E.L. McCoy Project Total: $159,689 (total) Grant Duration: 9/1988 8/1991 6. Granting Source: Dravo Lime Company, Ohio Coal Development Office (OCDO), and The U.S. Department of Energy Project Title: Land application uses for dry FGD by-products Principal Investigator(s): W.A. Dick et al. Project Total: $4.3 million (total) Grant Duration: 12/1990 10/1994 7. Granting Source: North Central Region Pesticide Impact Assessment Program - USDA

    Project Title: Pesticide transport and adsorption in earthworm (Lumbricus terrestris L.) burrows of continuous no-till soil

    Principal Investigator(s): W.A. Dick, R. Stehouwer and S.J. Traina Project Total: $36,000 (total) Grant Duration: 5/1990 4/1992 8. Granting Source: Management Systems Evaluation Area Program - USDA Project Title: Biological processes in soil under selected farming systems and their impact on ground water

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    quality. The Ohio Buried Valley Aquifer Principal Investigator(s): W.A. Dick Project Total: $125,000 (total) Grant Duration: 6/1990 5/1995 9. Granting Source: Agriculture and AgriFood Canada Project Title: Rhodococcus spp. as degraders of EPTC and atrazine Principal Investigator(s): W.A. Dick Project Total: $25,000 (total) Grant Duration: 8/1990 7/1991 10. Granting Source: Special Grants Water Quality Research Program - USDA Project Title: Role of water table position and history on the fate of subsurface contaminants Principal Investigator(s): L.C. Brown, W.A. Dick, S.J. Traina and R. Turco Project Total: $190,941 (total) Grant End Date: 6/1995 11. Granting Source: AgriEnergy Corporation Project Title: Plant disease resistance and plant growth responses to composts and compost extracts Principal Investigator(s): H.A.J. Hoitink and W.A. Dick Project Total: $49,400 (total) Grant End Date: 3/1996 12. Granting Source: Dravo Lime Company Project Title: Development and utilization of Zimmer Station wet FGD by-products. Principal Investigator(s): J. Bigham, R. Stehouwer, W.A. Dick and P. Sutton Project Total: $75,000 (total) Grant End Date: 12/1997 13. Granting Source: Cargill, Inc. Project Title: Environmental assessment of tin Principal Investigator(s): W.A. Dick Project Total: $5,350 (total) Grant End Date: 4/1995 14. Granting Source: Miller Lumber Company, Latham, OH Project Title: Agronomic uses and environmental impacts of board sawdust and wood chip compost applied to Ohio soils. Principal Investigator(s): W.A. Dick, H. Ybirin and R. Stehouwer Project Total: $10,630 (total) Grant End Date: 6/1995 15. Granting Source: US Department of Energy Project Title: Environmental Measurements Laboratorys Global Deposition Program. Principal Investigator(s): W.A. Dick Project Total: Project collaborator with no direct funds allocated but program conducts all of the precipitation analyses and reports data from many sources in the United State Grant Duration: 1980 Present 16. Granting Source: Sorbent Technologies Project Title: Use of Sorbent Technologies by-products for agronomic use Principal Investigator(s): W.A. Dick Project Total: $22,000 (total) Grant End Date: 4/1996 17. Granting Source: United States Golf Association

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    Project Title: Understanding the hydrology of modern putting green construction methods Principal Investigator(s): E.L. McCoy and W.A. Dick Project Total: $99,386 (total) Grant End Date: 12/2000 18. Granting Source: Ohio Coal Development Office, Columbus, OH and Sorbent Technologies Corporation Project Title: Fluesorbent injection by-products Principal Investigator(s): W.A. Dick Project Total: $219,632 (total) Grant End Date: 12/1999 19. Granting Source: USDA-FAS-ICD-RSED Project Title: Production and utilization of composts from organic by-products Principal Investigator(s): W.A. Dick, H.A.J. Hoitink, and P. Qian Project Total: $4,500 (total) Grant End Date: 1999 20. Granting Source: Animal and Poultry Waste Management Center (APWMC) - Consortium of Universities Project Title: Investigating the suitability of various animal wastes for mined land reclamation Principal Investigator(s): W.A. Dick Project Total: $20,500 (total) Grant End Date: 12/2001 21. Granting Source: Initiative for Future Agricultural and Food Systems USDA Project Title: Effects of nutrition and waste management technologies on pathogens in animal excreta Principal Investigator(s): M. Saif, W.A. Dick, F. Michel, L. Ward, and L. Saif Project Total: $157,559 (total) Grant Duration: 9/2001 9/2005 22. Granting Source: Office of International Cooperation and Development USDA Project Title: Integration of no-tillage and organic amendments for creation of sustainable agroecosystems Principal Investigator(s): W.A. Dick, H.A.J. Hoitink, P. Qian and Q. Shen Project Total: $30,000 (total) Grant Duration: 2/1999 2/2004 23. Granting Source: Binational Research and Development (BARD) Program with Israel

    Project Title: Improving nutrient availability in alkaline coal combustion by-products amended with composted animal manures

    Principal Investigator(s): W.A. Dick, Y. Chen and M. Watson Project Total: $151,000 (total) Grant Duration: 8/2002 7/2005 24. Granting Source: Ohio Coal Development Authority Project Title: Improved soil quality and increased carbon credits through the use of FGD gypsum to enhance no-tillage crop production Principal Investigator(s): W.A. Dick, J. Bigham, B. Slater, E. McCoy and C. Ramsier Project Total: $170,051 (total) Grant Duration: 6/2003 5/2005 25. Granting Source: Kansas State University Project Title: Consortium for Agricultural Mitigation of Greenhouse Gases (CASMGS) - (Task 4) Principal Investigator(s): W.A. Dick Project Total: $141,000 (total) Grant Duration: 9/2002 8/2004 26. Granting Source: USDA-CSREES

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    Project Title: Graduate fellowships in soil microbial ecology and environmental science: Focus on bioremediation, biocycling and biosecurity Principal Investigator(s): Warren Dick (PI), Olli Tuovinen, and Richard Dick Project Total: $207,000 (total) Grant Duration: 9/1/2005 8/31/2008 27. Granting Source: Electric Power Research Institute and West Virginia University Project Title: National network of research and demonstration sties for agricultural and other land application uses of FGD products Principal Investigator(s): Warren Dick Project Total: $480,071 Grant Duration: 9/1/2006 8/31/2009 28. Granting Source: SEEDS Program: The Ohio Agricultural Research and Development Center Project Title: Nitrogen cycling and kinetics in manure, compost and soil Principal Investigator(s): Warren Dick (PI), Frederick Michel and William Weiss Project Total: $100,000 Grant Duration: 5/1/2006 4/31/2008 29. Granting Source: Ohio Coal Development Office, Ohio Department of Development Project Title: Research and demonstration of beneficial agricultural uses of FGD products in Ohio Principal Investigator(s): Warren Dick (PI), Jerry Bigham, Robert Muller and Brian Slater Project Total: $373,042 Grant Duration: 11/1/2004 10/31/2007 30. Granting Source: Sustainable Agricultural Research and Education (SARE), University of Nebraska Project Title: Weed management in organic conservation tillage / no-tillage Principal Investigator(s): John Cardina (PI), Warren Dick and Deborah Stinner Project Total: $146,314 Grant Duration: 10/1/2005 9/30/2007 31. Granting Source: USDA-NRI Project Title Principal Investigator(s) Project Total: Grant Duration:

    OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY SOURCES 32. Granting Source: Ohio State University Hatch Funds Project Title: Chemical and biological properties of soil as influenced by long-term no-tillage cropping Systems (Hatch 709) Principal Investigator(s): W.A. Dick Project Total: $7,500 (total) Grant Duration: 7/1980 6/1985

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    PUBLICATIONS Publications (Summary) Career Total Last 5 Yrs In Review In Preparation Refereed journal manuscripts 106 19 3 9 Books / book chapters 21 2 0 2 Published proceedings, major research reports, and newsletters

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    Book reviews 15 3 0 0 Other scholarly works 5 3 0 0 Total 192 33 3 11 REFEREED JOURNAL ARTICLES 1. Dick, W. A. and M. A. Tabatabai. 1977. Determination of orthophosphate in aqueous solutions

    containing labile organic and inorganic phosphorus compounds. J. Environ. Qual. 6:82-85. 2. Dick, W. A. and M. A. Tabatabai. 1977. An alkaline oxidation method for determination of total

    phosphorus in soils. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. 41:511-514. 3. Dick, W. A. and M. A. Tabatabai. 1978. Inorganic pyrophosphatase activity of soils. Soil Biol.

    Biochem. 10:59-65. 4. Dick, W. A. and M. A. Tabatabai. 1978. Hydrolysis of organic and inorganic phosphorus compounds

    added to soils. Geoderma 21:175-182. 5. Tabatabai, M. A. and W. A. Dick. 1979. Distribution and stability of pyrophosphatase in soils. Soil

    Biol. Biochem. 11:655-659. 6. Dick, W. A. and M. A. Tabatabai. 1979. Ion chromatographic determination of sulfate and nitrate in

    soils. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. 43:899-904. 7. Dick, W. A., H. F. Chancy, Jr., and M. A. Tabatabai. 1980. Sulfur fractions and distribution of

    carbon, nitrogen, and phosphorus in profiles of coal mines. J. Environ. Qual. 9:455-459. 8. Dick, W. A. and M. A. Tabatabai. 1982. Sodium hypobromite oxidation method for determination of

    total phosphorus in plant materials. Agron. J. 74:59-62. 9. Dick, W. A. 1983. Organic carbon, nitrogen, and phosphorus concentrations and pH in soil profiles as

    affected by tillage intensity. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. 47:102-107. 10. Dick, W. A. and M. A. Tabatabai. 1983. Activation of soil pyrophosphatase by metal ions. Soil Biol.

    Biochem. 15:359-363. 11. Dick, W. A., N. G. Juma, and M. A. Tabatabai. 1983. Effects of soils on acid phosphatase and

    inorganic pyrophosphatase of corn roots. Soil Sci. 136:19-25. 12. Dick, W. A. and M. A. Tabatabai. 1983. Simultaneous determination of nitrate, chloride, sulfate and

    phosphate in natural waters by ion chromatography. J. Environ. Qual. 12:209-213. 13. Dick, W. A., J. V. Bonta, J. R. Page, and F. Haghiri. 1983. Stream water quality of two small

    watersheds as affected by surface coal mining. J. Environ. Qual. 12:351-358. 14. Dick, W. A., J. V. Bonta, and F. Haghiri. 1983. Impact on water quality of surface coal mining. Ohio

    Report 68:91-94. 15. Frankenberger, W. T., Jr. and W. A. Dick. 1983. Relationships between enzyme activities and

    microbial growth and activity indices in soil. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. 47:945-951. 16. Dick, W. A. and M. A. Tabatabai. 1984. Kinetic parameters of phosphatases in soils and

    organic-waste materials. Soil Sci. 137:7-15. 17. Dick, W. A. 1984. Influence of long-term tillage and rotation combinations on soil enzyme activities.

    Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. 48:569-574. 18. Dick, W. A., J. R. Page, and K. E. Jewell. 1985. Direct analysis of soil suspension by inductively

    coupled plasma atomic-emission spectroscopy for determination of total metals. Soil Sci. 139:211-218.

    19. Stott, D. E., W. A. Dick, and M. A. Tabatabai. 1985. Inhibition of pyrophosphatase activity in soils by trace elements. Soil Sci. 139:112-117.

    20. Morra, M. J. and W. A. Dick. 1985. Production of thiocysteine (sulfide) in cysteine amended soils. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. 49:882-886.

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    21. Dick, W. A. and D. M. Van Doren, Jr. 1985. Continuous tillage and rotation combinations effects on corn, soybean, and oat yields. Agron. J. 77:459-465.

    22. Eckert, D. J., W. A. Dick, and J. W. Johnson. 1986. Response of no-tillage corn grown in corn and soybean residues to several nitrogen fertilizer sources. Agron. J. 78:231-235.

    23. Pichtel, J. R., E. O. McLean, W. A. Dick, and H. Esmaeilzadeh. 1986. Refinement of quick test methodology for improved potassium fertilizer recommendations. Agron. J. 78:772-774.

    24. Dick, W. A., J. V. Bonta, and F. Haghiri. 1986. Chemical quality of suspended sediment from watersheds subjected to surface coal mining. J. Environ. Quality 15:289-293.

    25. Dick, W. A. and M. A. Tabatabai. 1987. Kinetics and activities of phosphatase-clay complexes. Soil Sci. 143:5-15.

    26. Morra, M. J. and W. A. Dick. 1988. Atmospheric sulfur deposition to agricultural land in northeastern Ohio. J. Environ. Qual. 17:323-329.

    27. Chung, Y. R., H. A. J. Hoitink, W. A. Dick, and L. J. Herr. 1988. Effects of organic matter decomposition level and cellulose amendment on the inoculum potential of Rhizoctonia solani in hardwood bark media. Phytopathology 78:836-840.

    28. Pichtel, J. R., W. A. Dick, and R. M. Hanna. 1988. Reclamation of a marcasite spoil by the addition of limestone. Bull. New Jersey Acad. Sci. 33:7-12.

    29. Morra, M. J. and W. A. Dick. 1989. Hydrogen sulfide production from cysteine (cystine) in soil. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. 53:440-444.

    30. Pichtel, J. R., W. A. Dick, and E. L. McCoy. 1989. Binding of Fe from pyritic mine spoil by water soluble organic materials. Soil Sci. 148:140-148.

    31. Dick, W. A., R. J. Roseberg, E. L. McCoy, W. M. Edwards, and F. Haghiri. 1989. Surface hydrologic response of soils to no-tillage. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. 53:1520-1526.

    32. Martin, V. L., E. L. McCoy, and W. A. Dick. 1990. Alleopathy of crop residues influences corn seed germination and early growth. Agron. J. 82:555-560.

    33. Hansen, R. C., H. M. Keener, W. A. Dick, C. Marugg, and H. A. J. Hoitink. 1990. Poultry manure composting: Ammonia capture and aeration control. Presented at Columbus, OH, June. ASAE Paper No. 90-4062. St. Joseph, Missouri, Amer. Soc. Agric. Engineers.

    34. Shipitalo, M. J., W. M. Edwards, W. A. Dick, and L. B. Owens. 1990. Initial storm effects on macropore transport of surface-applied chemicals in no-till soils. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. 54:1530-1536.

    35. Dick, W. A., E. L. McCoy, W. M. Edwards, and R. Lal. 1991. Continuous application of no-tillage to Ohio soils. Agron. J. 83:65-73.

    36. Pichtel, J. R. and W. A. Dick. 1991. Sulfur, iron and solid phase transformations during the biological oxidation of pyritic mine spoil. Soil Biol. Biochem. 23:101-108.

    37. Pichtel, J. R. and W. A. Dick. 1991. Influence of biological inhibitors on the oxidation of pyritic mine spoil. Soil Biol. Biochem. 23:109-116.

    38. Morra, M. J. and W. A. Dick. 1991. Mechanisms of H2S production from cysteine and cystine by microorganisms enriched from soil. Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 57:1413-1417.

    39. Keener, H. M., W. A. Dick, C. Marugg, R. C. Hansen. 1991. Composting spent Inca press-molded, wood-fiber pallets bonded with urea-formaldehyde. Presented at Albuquerque, NM, June. ASAE Paper No. 91-4013. St. Joseph, Missouri, Amer. Soc. of Agric. Engineers.

    40. Hansen, R. C., C. Marugg, H. M. Keener, W. A. Dick, and H. A. J. Hoitink. 1991. Nitrogen transformations during poultry manure composting. Presented at Albuquerque, NM, June. ASAE Paper No. 91-4014. St. Joseph, Missouri, Amer. Soc. of Agric. Engineers.

    41. Logan, T. J., R. Lal, and W. A. Dick. 1991. Tillage systems and soil properties in North America. Soil Tillage Research. 20:241-270.

    42. Nokes, S. E., E. L. McCoy, and W. A. Dick. 1992. A method for comparing yield stability of tillage systems. Presented at Charlotte, NC, 21-24 June. ASAE Paper No. 922125. St. Joseph, Missouri, Amer. Soc. of Agric. Engineers.

    43. Edwards, W. M., M. J. Shipitalo, W. A. Dick, and L. B. Owens. 1992. Rainfall intensity affects transport of water and chemicals through macropores in no-till soil. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. 56:52-58.

    44. Dick, W. A., W. M. Edwards, R. C. Stehouwer, and D. J. Eckert. 1992. Maize yield and nitrogen uptake after established no-tillage fields are plowed. Soil & Tillage Research 24:1-10.

    45. Bonta, J. V., C. R. Amerman, W. A. Dick, T. J. Harlukowicz, and A.C. Razem. 1992. Impact of surface coal mining on three Ohio watersheds - Physical conditions and ground-water hydrology. Water Resources Bulletin 28:577-596.

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    46. Bonta, J. V., C. R. Amerman, W. A. Dick, G. F. Hall, T. J. Harlukowicz, A. C. Razem, and N. E. Smeck. 1992. Impact of surface coal mining on three Ohio watersheds - Ground-water chemistry. Water Resources Bulletin 28:597-614.

    47. Edwards, W.M., G.B. Triplett, E.M. Van Doren, L.B. Owens, C.E. Edwards, and W.A. Dick. 1993. Tillage studies with a corn/soybean rotation: Hydrology and sediment loss. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. 57:1051-1055.

    48. Stehouwer, R. C., W. A. Dick, and S. J. Traina. 1993. Characteristics of earthworm (Lumbricus terrestris L.) burrow lining affecting atrazine sorption. J. Environ. Qual. 22:181-186.

    49. Avidov, E., W. A. Dick, and K. D. Racke. 1993. Proposed substrate for the evaluation of alkyl phosphomonoesterase activity in soil. Soil Biol. Biochem. 25:763-768.

    50. Edwards, W. M., M. J. Shipitalo, L. B. Owens, and W. A. Dick. 1993. Factors affecting preferential flow of water and atrazine through earthworm burrows under continuous no-till corn. J. Environ. Qual. 22:453-457.

    51. Behki, R., E. Topp, W. Dick and P. Germon. 1993. Metabolism of the herbicide atrazine by Rhodococcus strains. Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 59:1955-1959.

    52. Assaf, N. A. and W. A. Dick. 1993. Spheroplast formation and plasmid isolation from Rhodococcus spp. BioTechniques 15:1010-1015.

    53. Granovsky, A. V., E. L. McCoy, W. A. Dick, M. J. Shipitalo, and W. M. Edwards. 1993. Water and chemical transport through long-term no-till and plowed soils. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. 57:1560-1567.

    54. Stehouwer, R. C., W. A. Dick, and S. J. Traina. 1994. Sorption and retention of herbicides in vertically oriented earthworm and artificial burrows. J. Environ. Qual. 23:286-292.

    55. Pichtel, J. R. and W. A. Dick. 1994. Comparison of amendments and management practices for long-term reclamation of abandoned mine lands. J. Environ. Quality 23:766-772.

    56. Granovsky, A. V., E. L. McCoy, W. A. Dick, M. J. Shipitalo, and W. M. Edwards. 1994. Impacts of antecedent moisture and soil surface mulch coverage on water and chemical transport through a no-till soil. Soil Tillage Res. 32:223-236.

    57. Keener, H. M., W. A. Dick, C. Marugg, and R. C. Hansen. 1994. Composting spent press-molded, wood fiber pallets bonded with urea-formaldehyde: A pilot scale evaluation. Compost Sci. & Utilization 2:73-82.

    58. McClung, G., W. A. Dick, and J. S. Karns. 1994. EPTC degradation by isolated soil microorganisms. J. Agric. Fd. Chem. 42:2926:2931.

    59. Stehouwer, R. C., P. Sutton and W. A. Dick. 1995. Minespoil amendment with dry flue gas desulfurization by-products: Element solubility and mobility. J. Environ. Qual. 24:165-174.

    60. Ankumah, R. O., W. A. Dick and G. McClung. 1995. Metabolism of the carbamothioate herbicide, EPTC, by Rhodococcus strain JE1 isolated from soil. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. 59:1071-1077.

    61. Stehouwer, R. C., P. Sutton, and W. A. Dick. 1995. Minespoil amendment with dry flue gas desulfurization by-products: Plant growth. J. Environ. Qual. 24:861-869.

    62. Shao, Z., W. A. Dick and R.M. Behki. 1995. An improved Escherichia coli-Rhodococcus shuttle vector and plasmid transformation in Rhodococcus spp. using electroporation. Letters in Appl. Microbiol. 21:261-266.

    63. Chen, L., W. A. Dick, J. G. Streeter and H.A.J. Hoitink. 1996. Ryegrass utilization of nutrients released from composted biosolids and cow manure. Compost Science & Utilization 4:73-83.

    64. Jacinthe, P.-A. and W. A. Dick. 1996. Use of silicone tubing to sample nitrous oxide in the soil atmosphere. Soil Biol. Biochem. 28:721-726.

    65. Zhang, Q. W.A. Dick and H.A.J. Hoitink. 1996. Compost-induced systemic acquired resistance in cucumber to Pythium root rot and anthracnose. Phytopathology 86:1066-1070.

    66. Stehouwer, R.C., P. Sutton and W. A. Dick. 1996. Transport and plant uptake of soil-applied dry flue gas desulfurization by-products. Soil Sci. 161:562-574.

    67. Racke, D.R., K.P. Steele, R.N. Yoder, W.A. Dick and E. Avidov. 1996. Factors affecting the hydrolytic degradation of chlorpyrifos in soil. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry. 44:1582-1592.

    68. Jacinthe, P-A. and W.A. Dick. 1997. Soil management and nitrous oxide emissions from cultivated fields in southern Ohio. Soil & Tillage Research 41:221-235.

    69. Hoitink, H.A.J., W. Zhang, D.Y. Han and W.A. Dick. 1997. Making composts to suppress plant disease. Biocycle 38:40-42.

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    70. Choudhary, M.A. R.Lal and W.A. Dick. 1997. Long-term tillage effects on runoff and soil erosion under simulated rainfall for a central Ohio soil. Soil & Tillage Research 42:175-182.

    71. Bonta, J.V., C.R. Amerman, W.A. Dick and T.J. Harlukowicz. 1997. Impact of coal surface mining on three Ohio watersheds - surface-water hydrology. J. Amer. Water Resources Assoc. 33:907-917.

    72. Dick, W.A. 1997. Tillage system impacts on environmental quality and soil biological parameters. Soil & Tillage Research 41:165-167.

    73. Chen, L., W.A. Dick, J.G. Streeter and H.A.J. Hoitink. 1998. Fe chelates from compost microorganisms improves Fe nutrition of soybean and oat. Plant & Soil 200:139-147.

    74. Zhang. W., D.Y. Han, W.A. Dick, K.R. Davis and H.A.J. Hoitink. 1998. Compost and compost water extract-induced systemic acquired resistance in cucumber and arabidopsis. Phytopathology 88:450-455.

    75. W.A. Dick, R.L. Blevins, W.W. Frye, S.E. Peters, D.R. Christenson, F.J. Pierce and M.L. Vitosh. 1998. Impacts of agricultural management practices on C sequestration in forest-derived soils of the eastern corn belt. Soil & Tillage Research 47:235-244.

    76. Crews, J.T. and W.A. Dick. 1998. Liming acid forest soils with flue gas desulfurization by-product: Growth of northern red oak and leachate water quality. Environmental Pollution 103:55-61.

    77. Collins, H.P., E.A. Paul, R.L. Blevins, L.G. Bundy, D.R. Christensen, W.A. Dick and D.R. Huggins. 1999. Use of 13C to measure soil C dynamics in corn belt soils. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. 63:584-591.

    78. Jacinthe, P.-A., W.A. Dick and L.C. Brown. 1999. Bioremediation of nitrate-contaminated shallow soils and waters using water table management techniques: Nitrate removal efficiency. Transactions of the American Society of Agricultural Engineers 42:1252-1259.

    79. Stehouwer, R.C., W.A. Dick and P. Sutton. 1999. Acidic soil amendment with a magnesium containing fluidized bed combustion by-product. Agronomy Journal 91:24-32.

    80. Collins, H.P., E.T. Elliot, K. Paustian, L.G. Bundy, W.A. Dick, D.R. Huggins, A.J.M. Smucker and E.A. Paul. 2000. Soil carbon pools and fluxes in long-term cornbelt agroecosystems. Soil Biology and Biochemistry. 32:157-168.

    81. Chen, L., W.A. Dick and J.M. Streeter. 2000. Production of Aerobactin by microorganisms from a compost enrichment culture and soybean utilization. J. Plant Nutrition 23:2047-2060.

    82. Dick, W. A., L. Cheng, and P. Wang. 2000. Soil acid and alkaline phosphatase activity as pH adjustment indicators. Soil Biology & Biochemistry 32:1915-1919.

    83. Hao, Y. and W. A. Dick. 2000. Potential inhibition of acid formation in pyritic environments using calcium sulfite byproduct. Environmental Science and Technology 34:2288-2292.

    84. Jacinthe, P., W. A. Dick and L. C. Brown. 2000. Bioremediation of nitrate-contaminated shallow soils and waters via water table management techniques: Evolution and release of nitrous oxide. Soil Biology & Biochemistry, 32:371-382.

    85. Shipitalo, M. J., W. A. Dick, and W. M. Edwards. 2000. Conservation tillage and macropore factors that affect water movement and the fate of chemicals. Soil & Tillage Research 53:167-183.

    86. L. Chen, W.A. Dick and S. Nelson. 2001. Flue gas desulfurization by-product additions to acid soils: Alfalfa productivity and environmental quality. Environmental Pollution. 114:161-168.

    87. J.C. de M. Sa, C.C. Cerri, R. Lal, W.A. Dick, S.P.V. Filho, M.C. Piccolo, and B.E. Feigl. 2001.Organic matter dynamics and carbon sequestration rates for a tillage chronosequence in a Brazilian oxisol. Soil Science Society of America 65:1486-1499.

    88. P. Jacinthe, W. A. Dick and L.B. Owens. 2002. Overwinter soil denitrification activity and nitrogen cycling as affected by management practices. Biology and Fertility of Soils 36:1-9.

    89. Hao, Y., W.A. Dick and O.H. Tuovinen. 2002. PCR amplification of 16S rDNA sequences in Fe-rich sediment of coal refuse drainage. Biotechnology Letters 24:1049-1053.

    90. Al-Turki, A.I. and W.A. Dick. 2003. Myrosinase activity in soil. Soil Science Society of America Journal 67:139-145.

    91. Y. Li, W.A. Dick and O.H. Tuovinen. 2003. Evaluation of fluorochromes for imaging bacteria in soil. Soil Biology & Biochemistry 35:737-744.

    92. Martens, D.A. and W. Dick. 2003. Recovery of fertilizer nitrogen from continuous corn soils under contrasting tillage management. Biology & Fertility of Soils 38:144-153.

    93. Bonta, J.V. and W.A. Dick. 2003. Impact of coal surface mining and reclamation on surface water chemical concentrations and load rates in three Ohio watersheds. Journal of the American Water Resources Association 39:793-815.

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    93. Li, Y., W.A. Dick and O.H. Tuovinen. 2004. Fluorescence microscopy for visualization of soil microorganisms - A review. Biology & Fertility of Soils 39:301-311.

    94. Wang, P., C.M. Changa, M.E. Watson, W.A. Dick, Y. Chen and H.A.J. Hoitink. 2004. Maturity indices for composed dairy and pig manures. Soil Biology & Biochemistry 36:767-776.

    95. Wang, P. and W.A. Dick. 2004. Microbial and genetic diversity in soil environments. Journal of Crop Improvement 12:249-287.

    96. Kost, D.A., J.M. Bigham, R.C. Stehouwer, J.H. Beeghly, R. Fowler, S.J. Traina, W.E. Wolfe and W.A. Dick. 2005. Chemical and physical properties of dry flue gas desulfurization products. Journal of Environmental Quality 34:676-686.

    97. Bigham, J.M., D.A. Kost, R.C. Stehouwer, R.C., J.H. Beeghly, R. Fowler, S.J. Traina, W.E. Wolfe and W.A. Dick. 2005. Mineralogical and engineering characteristics of dry flue gas desulfurization products. Fuel 84:1839-1848.

    98. Chen, L., and W.A. Dick and S. Nelson, Jr. 2005. Flue gas desulfurization products as sulfur sources for alfalfa and soybean. Agronomy Journal 97:265-271.

    99. Wang. P., J.T. Durkalski, W. Yu, H.A.J. Hoitink and W. A. Dick. 2006. Agronomic and soil biological responses to compost and manure amendments under different tillage systems. Soil Science 171:456-467.

    100. Nicomrat, D., W.A. Dick, O.H. Tuovinen. 2006. Assessment of the microbial community in a constructed wetland that receives acid coal mine drainage. Microbial Ecology 51:83-89.

    101. Nicomrat, D., W.A. Dick, O.H. Tuovinen. 2006. Microbial populations identified by fluorescence in-situ hybridization in a constructed wetland treating acid coal mine drainage Journal of Environmental Quality 35:1239-1337.

    102. Chen, L., Dick, W. A., and Kost, D. 2006. Circulating fluidized bed combustion product addition to acid soil: Alfalfa (Medicago sativa L.) composition and environmental quality. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 54:4758-4765.

    103. Lee, Y.B., J.M. Bigham, W.A. Dick, F.S. Jones and C. Ramsier. 2007. Influence of soil pH and application rate on the oxidation of calcium sulfite derived from flue gas desulfurization. Journal of Environmental Quality 36:298-304.

    104. Rotenberg, D., R. Joshi, M-S. Benitez, L.G. Chapin, A. Camp, C. Zumpetta, A. Osborn, W.A. Dick and B.B. McSpadden Gardener. 2007. Farm management effects on rhizosphere colonization by native populations of 2,4-diacetylphloroglucinol-producing Pseudomonas spp. and their contributions to crop health. Phytopathology 97:756-766.

    105. Nicomrat, D., W.A. Dick, M. Dopson and O.H. Tuovinen. 2008. Bacterial phylogenetic diversity in a constructed wetland system treating acid coal mine drainage. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 40:312-321.

    106. Chen, L., D. Kost and W.A. Dick. 2008. Flue gas desulfurization products as sulfur sources for corn. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. 72:1464-1470.

    107. Dick, W. A. and Triplett, Jr., G. B. 2008. No-tillage crop production: A revolution in agriculture. Agronomy Journal 100:S152-S165:

    108. Chen, L., D. Kost and W.A. Dick. 2008. Petroleum coke circulating fluidized bed combustion product as a sulfur source for alfalfa. Communications in Soil Science and Plant Analysis (in press).

    109. Bardhan, S., M. Watson and W.A. Dick. 2008. Plant growth response in experimental soilless mixes prepared from coal combustion products and organic waste materials. Soil Science 173:489-500.

    110. Bardhan S, Chen Y, and Dick WA. "Recycling for sustainability: Plant growth media from coal combustion products, biosolids, and compost. International Journal of Environmental Science and Engineering. Vol. 1, no. 4. (2009): 176-183.

    111. Chen L, Ramsier C, Bigham J, Slater B, Kost D, Lee YB, and Dick WA. 2009. Oxidation of FGD-CaSO3 and effect on soil chemical properties when applied to the soil surface. Fuel 88:1167-1172.

    112. Ramirez NE, Wang P, Lejeune J, Shipitalo MJ, Ward LA, Sreevatsan S, and Dick WA. 2009. Effects of tillage and rainfall on transport of manure-applied Cryptosporidium parvum oocysts through soil. Journal of Environmental Quality. 38:2394-2401.

    113. Sa JC de Moraes, Cerri CC, Lal R, Dick WA, Piccolo M de C, and Feigl BE. 2009. Soil organic carbon and fertility interactions affected by a tillage chronosequence in a Brazilian Oxisol. Soil & Tillage Research. 104:56-64.

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    114. Yang Y, Forence DC, McCoy EL, Dick WA, and Grewal PS. 2009. Design and hydraulic characteristics of a field-scale bi-phasic bioretention rain garden systemd for stormwater runoff management. Water Science and Technology. 59:1863-1872.

    115. Yousef LF, Yousef AF, Mymryk JS, Dick WA, and Dick RP. 2009. Stigmasterol and cholesterol regulate the expression of elicitin genes in Phytophthora sojae. Journal of Chemical Ecology. 35:824-832.

    116. Viswakumar, A., R.W. Mullen, K.A. Diedrick, W.A. Dick and N.T. Basta. 2010. Evaluation of four buffer solutions for determining the lime requirement for Ohio soils. Communications in Soil Science and Plant Analysis 41:424-437.

    117. Chen, L., K. Tubail, D. Kost, and W.A. Dick. 2010. Effects of gypsum enhanced composts on yields and mineral compositions of broccoli and tall fescue, J. Plant Nutr. 33:10401055.

    118. L. Chen, L., D. Kost, and W.A. Dick. 2010. Petroleum coke circulating fluidized bed combustion product effects on soil and water quality. Soil Science 175:270277.

    119. Smucker, A.J.M., W. Wang, A.N. Kravchenko and W.A. Dick. 2010. Forms and functions of meso and micro-niches of carbon within soil aggregates. Journal of Nematology, 42:84-86.

    120. Yang, H., E.L. McCoy, P.S. Grewal and W.A. Dick. 2010. Dissolved nutrients and atrazine removal by column-scale monophasic and biphasic rain garden model systems. Chemosphere 80:929-934.

    121. Guo, X., H. Shi and W.A. Dick. 2010. Compressive strength and microstructural characteristics of class C fly ash geopolymer. Cement & Concrete Composites 32:142-147.

    122. Guo, X., H. Shi and W.A. Dick. 2010. Use of heat-treated water treatment residuals in fly ash-based geopolymers. Journal of the American Ceramic Society 93:272278.

    123. Guo, X., H. Shi. L. Chen and W.A. Dick. 2010. Alkali-activated complex binders from class C fly ash and Ca-containing admixtures. Journal of Hazardous Materials 173:480486.

    124. Jiang, L., I., Dami, H.M. Mathers, W.A. Dick, and D. Doohan. 2011. The effect of straw mulch on simulated simazine leaching and runoff. Weed Science 59:580-586.

    125. Yousef, L.F, Dick, W.A., and Dick R.P. 2011. Use of a 15N-tracer method as a tool to indicate the assimialtion of Elicitin-Sterol complexes by Phytophthora sojae. International Journal of Biology 3,119-127.

    126. Yousef, L.F., Wojno M. Dick W.A., and Dick, R.P. 2012. Lipid profiling of the soybean pathogen Phytophthora sojae using Fatty Acid Methyl Esters (FAME). Fungal Biology 116, 613-619.

    127. Woo, E.S., J.J. Kim, Y.H. Kim, G.C. Jeong, Y.D. Jang, and W.A. Dick. 2012. Mineralogical and geochemical characterization of precipitates on stream receiving acid mine water, Korea. Environ. Earth Sci. (DOI 10.1007/s12665-012-2048-6)

    128. Kumar, S., A. Kadono, R. Lal and W. Dick. 2012. Long-term no-till impacts on organic carbon and properties of two contrasting soils and corn yields in Ohio. Soil Science Society of America Journal 76:1798-1809.

    129. Kumar, S., A. Kadono, R. Lal and W. Dick. 2012. Long-term tillage and crop rotations for 47-49 years influences hydrological properties of two soils in Ohio. Soil Science Society of America Journal 76:2195-2207.

    130. Tian, Y., L. Chen, L. Gao, F.C. Michel Jr., H.M. Keener, M. Klingman, and W.A. Dick. 2012. Composting of waste paint sludge containing melamine resin and the composts effect on vegetable growth and soil water quality. Journal of Hazardous Materials 243:28-36.

    131. Tian, Y., L. Chen, L. Gao, F.C. Michel, C. Wan, Y. Li, and W.A. Dick. 2012. Composting of waste paint sludge containing melamine resin as affected by nutrients and gypsum addition and microbial inoculation, Environ. Pollut. 162:129137.

    132. Tian, Y., L. Chen, L. Gao, M. Wu, and W.A. Dick. 2012. Comparison of three methods for detection of melamine in compost and soil, Sci. Total Environ. 417418:255262.

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    134 Tabatabai, M. A. and W. A. Dick. 1979. Ion chromatographic analysis of sulfate and nitrate in soils. p. 361-370. In J. D. Mulik and E. Sawicki (eds.) Ion Chromatographic Analysis of Environmental Pollutants. Vol. 2. Ann Arbor Science Publishers, Inc., Ann Arbor, Michigan

    135. Dick, W. A. and T. C. Daniel. 1987. Soil chemical and tillage: Environmental implications. pp. 125-148. In T. J. Logan, J. M. Davidson, J. L. Baker, and M. R. Overcash (eds.), Effects of Conservation Tillage on Groundwater Quality: Nitrates and Pesticides. Lewis Publishers, Chelsea, Michigan.

    136. Sutton, P and W. A. Dick. 1987. Reclamation of acidic mined lands in humid areas. Advances in Agronomy 41:377-405. Academic Press, New York.

    137. Dick, W. A., R. O. Ankumah, G. McClung and N. Abou-Assaf. 1990. Enhanced degradation of EPTC in soil and by an isolated soil microorganism, In K. Racke and J. Coats (eds.) Advances in Enhanced Soil Microbial Pesticide Degradation, American Chemical Society, Washington, D.C.

    138. Dick, W. A. and M. A. Tabatabai. 1993. Significance and potential uses of soil enzymes, pp. 95-127, In B. Metting (ed.), Soil Microbial Ecology, Marcel Dekker, New York.

    139. Hansen, R. C., H. M. Keener, C. Marugg, W. A. Dick, and H. A. J. Hoitink. 1993. Composting of poultry manure. pp. 131-153. In H.A. J. Hoitink and H. M Keener (eds.). Science and Engineering of Composting: Design, Environmental, Microbiological and Utilization Aspects. Renaissance Publications, Worthington, OH.

    140. Dick, W. A. and E. L. McCoy. 1993. Enhancing soil fertility by addition of compost. pp. 622-644. In H.A. J. Hoitink and H. M Keener (eds.). Science and Engineering of Composting: Design, Environmental, Microbiological and Utilization Aspects. Renaissance Publications, Worthington, OH.

    141. Lal, R., T. J. Logan, M. J. Shipitalo, D. J. Eckert, and W. A. Dick. 1994. Conservation tillage in the corn belt area of the United States. pp. 73-116. In M. R. Carter (ed.), Conservation Tillage in Temperate Agroecosystems, Lewis Publishers, Boca Raton, FL.

    142. 129. Lal, R., T. J. Logan, M. J. Shipitalo, D. J. Eckert, and W. A. Dick. 1994. Conservation tillage in the corn belt area of the United States. pp. 73-116. In: M. R. Carter (ed.), Conservation Tillage in Temperate Agroecosystems, Lewis Publ., Boca Raton, FL.

    143. Dick, W. A., W. M. Edwards, and E. L. McCoy. 1997. Continuous application of no-tillage to Ohio soils: Changes in crop yields and organic matter-related soil properties. pp. 171-182. In: E. A. Paul, K. Paustian, E.T. Elliot and C.V. Cole (eds.), Soil Organic Matter in Temperate Agroecosystems. CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL.

    144. Dick, W.A. 1996. Wooster, OH: Tillage-crop rotations on an upland glacial till. In E.A. Paul et al. (Eds.), CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL (appendix with computer disk of data attached to back cover of book).

    145. Dick, W.A. 1996. Hoytville, OH: Tillage-crop rotations on a poorly drained glacial till. In E.A. Paul et al. (Eds.), CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL (appendix with computer disk of data attached to back cover of book).

    146. Dick, W.A. 1996. South Charleton, OH: Tillage effects on continuous corn rotations. In E.A. Paul et al. (Eds.), CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL (appendix with computer disk of data attached to back cover of book).

    147. Dick, W.A. and J.T. Durkalski. 1998. No-tillage production agriculture and carbon sequestration in a Typic Fragiudalf soil of northeaster Ohio. p. 59-71. In R. Lal, J.M. Kimble, R.F. Follett and B.A. Stewart.(eds.), Management of Carbon Sequestration in Soil. CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL.

    148. Dick, W.A. and M.A. Tabatabai. 1999. Use of immobilized enzymes for bioremediation. p. 315-338. In D.C. Adriano, J-M Bollag, W. Frankenberger and R. Sims (Eds.), Bioremediation of Contaminated Soils. American Society of Agronomy, Madison, WI, USA.

    149. Keener, H.M., W.A. Dick and H.A.J. Hoitink. 2000. Composting and beneficial utilization of composted by-product materials. In J.M. Power and W.A. Dick (Eds.), Beneficial Uses of Agricultural, Industrial and Municipal By-Products. Soil Science Society of America, Madison, WI, USA.

    150. Dick, W.A., R.C. Stehouwer, J.M. Bigham, W.E. Wolfe, Y.L. Hao, D. Adrinao, J. Beeghly and R.J. Haefner. 2000. Beneficial uses of flue gas desulfurization by-products: Examples and case studies of land application. In J.M. Power and W.A. Dick (Eds.), Beneficial Uses of Agricultural, Industrial and Municipal By-Products. Soil Science Society of America, Madison, WI, USA.

    151. Tabatabai, M.A. and W.A. Dick. 2002. Enzymes in soil: Research and developments in measuring activities. Chapter 21. p 567-596. In: R.G. Burns and R.P. Dick (Eds.), Enzymes in the Environment. Marcel Dekker, New York, USA.

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    152. Dick, W.A. and E. G. Gregorich. 2004. Developing and maintaining soil organic matter levels. p. 103-120. In: P. Schjnning, S. Elmholt and B.T. Christensen (Eds.), Managing Soil Quality: Challenges in Modern Agriculture. CAB International. Cambridge, MA.

    153. Dick WA. 2011. Kinetics of soil enzyme reactions. Chapter 3, p. 57-69. In: Richard P. Dick (Editor). Methods of Soil Enzymology. SSSA Book Series, No. 9. Soil Science Society of American, Madison, WI.

    154. Dick WA. 2011. Development of a soil enzyme reaction assay. Chapter 4, p. 57-69. In: Richard P. Dick (Editor). Methods of Soil Enzymology. SSSA Book Series, No. 9. Soil Science Society of American, Madison, WI.

    155. Klose S, Bilen S, Tabatabai MA, and Dick WA. 2011. Sulfur cycle enzymes. Chapter 7, p. 125-159. In: Richard P. Dick (Editor). Methods of Soil Enzymology. SSSA Book Series, No. 9. Soil Science Society of American, Madison, WI.

    156. Bilen B, Kim JJ, and Dick WA. 2011. Biologically active compounds in soil: Plant hormones and allelochemicals. Chapter 12, p. 261-273. In: Richard P. Dick (Editor). Methods of Soil Enzymology. SSSA Book Series, No. 9. Soil Science Society of American, Madison, WI.

    PUBLISHED PROCEEDINGS, MAJOR RESEARCH REPORTS, FACT SHEETS AND NEWSLETTERS 157. Dick, W. A., J. V. Bonta, F. Haghiri, and J. R. Page. 1982. Suspended sediment chemistry and surface

    mining. pp. 151-157. In Proc. of Symposium on Water and Energy: Technology and Policy Issues, 24-26 May, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, American Society of Civil Engineers, New York, New York.

    158. Amerman, C. R., J. V. Bonta, T. J. Harlukowicz, J. O. Helgeson, A. C. Razem, G. F. Hall, N. E. Smeck, W. A. Dick, F. Haghiri, and W. R. Hamon. 1982. Impact of surface mining and reclamation upon hydrology and water quality of two small watersheds in Ohio. pp. 45-56. In Proc. of Symposium on Surface Mining Hydrology, Sedimentology, and Reclamation, 5-10, Dec. 1982, Lexington, Kentucky.

    159. Haghiri, F., W. A. Dick, and J. R. Page. 1982. Surface water quality. In PHASE 2: Research on the hydrology and water quality of watershed MO9 during coal mining. pp. 13, 66-69. Bureau of Mines-United States Department of Interior, Washington, D.C.

    160. Haghiri, F., W. A. Dick, and J. R. Page. 1982. Surface water quality. In PHASE 2: Research on the hydrology and water quality of watershed CO6 during coal mining. pp. 13, 66-82. Bureau of Mines-United States Department of Interior, Washington, D.C.

    161. Dick, W. A. and J. R. Page. 1983. Surface water quality. In PHASE 3: Research on the hydrology and water quality of watershed MO9 subjected to coal mining. pp. 49, 114-143. Bureau of Mines-United States Department of Interior, Washington, D.C.

    162. Dick, W. A. and J. R. Page. 1983. Surface water quality. In PHASE 3: Research on the hydrology and water quality of watershed CO6 subjected to coal mining. pp. 49, 116-144. Bureau of Mines-United States Department of Interior, Washington, D.C.

    163. Dick, W. A. and J. R. Page. 1983. Surface water quality. In PHASE 3: Hydrology and water quality conditions after reclamation in a small watershed, Jefferson County, Ohio. pp. 103-122. Bureau of Mines-United States Department of Interior, Washington, D.C.

    164. Hall, G. F., P. Sutton, W. Dick, D. Van Doren, W. Wolfe, C. Moore, and T. H. Wu. 1983. Otterslide Run Reclamation Project. Final Report to the Ohio Department of Natural Resources, Columbus, OH. 224 pages.

    165. Amerman, C. R., and J. V. Bonta, T. J. Harlukowicz, G. F. Hall, N. E. Smeck, W. A. Dick, J. R. Page, and A. C. Razem. 1984. Research on the hydrology and water quality of watersheds subjected to surface mining. Final Report. Bureau of Mines-United States Department of Interior, Washington, D.C. 38 pages.

    166. Dick, W. A., D. M. Van Doren, Jr., G. B. Triplett, Jr., and J. E. Henry. 1986. Influence of long-term tillage and rotation combinations on crop yields and selected soil parameters. I. Results obtained for a Mollic Ochraqualf soil. Research Bulletin 1180, The Ohio State Univ./The Ohio Agr. Res. and Dev. Ctr., Wooster.

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    167. Dick, W. A., D. M. Van Doren, Jr., G. B. Triplett, Jr., and J. E. Henry. 1986. Influence of long-term tillage and rotation combinations on crop yields and selected soil parameters. II. Results obtained for a Typic Fragiudalf soil. Research Bulletin 1181, The Ohio State Univ./The Ohio Agr. Res. and Dev. Ctr., Wooster.

    168. Dick, W. A., W. M. Edwards, and F. Haghiri. 1986. Water movement through soil to which no-tillage cropping practices have been continuously applied. In Proc. of Agricultural Impacts on Ground Water. pp. 243-252. Aug. 11-13, Omaha, Nebraska. National Water Well Association, Dublin, OH.

    169. Weidensaul, T. C., W. A. Dick, J. R. McClenahen, O. H. Tuovinen, and M. E. Watson. 1987. Sources of soil, surface water, and precipitation acidity and related effects on soils, plant growth, and microorganisms. Final Report. Ohio Air Quality Development Authority, Columbus, Ohio. 423 p.

    170. Dick, W. A. 1992. Sulfur cycle. pp. 123-133. In J. Lederberg (editor-in-chief), Encyclopedia of Microbiology, Volume 4. Academic Press, Inc., San Diego.

    171. Edwards, W. M., M. J. Shipitalo, L. B. Owens, and W. A. Dick. 1992. Factors affecting preferential flow of atrazine through burrows under continuous no-till corn. In Proceedings of the American Chemical Society.

    172. Dick, W. A. and C. van Ouwerkerk. 1992. ISTRO-INFO No. 33. Soil & Tillage Research 26:237-269.

    173. Stehouwer, R. C. , P.Sutton, and W. A. Dick. 1993. Dry FGD by-product as amendments for acid mine spoil. p. 852-857. In Proceedings of the 10th Annual Pittsburgh Coal Conference, 20-24 September, Pittsburgh, PA. School of Engineering, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA.

    174. Dick, W. A., R. C. Stehouwer, P. Sutton, J. M. Bigham, R. Lal, S. J. Traina, E.L. McCoy, and R. Fowler. 1993. Plant growth and soil properties responses to additions of dry flue gas desulfurization by-products. In Proceedings of the 1993 SO2 Control Symposium, 24-27 August, Electric Power Research Institute, Palo Alto, CA.

    175. Dick, W. A. (Principal Investigator) and others. 1993. Land application uses for dry FGD by-products, Phase 1 Report. Ohio State University, Wooster, OH. 337 pages.

    176. Beeghly, J. H., W. A. Dick, W. Wolfe. 1993. Land application uses of pressurized fluidized-bed combustion (PFBC) ash. In Advances in PFBC Review, 29 June, U.S. Department of Energy, Morgantown, WV.

    177. Beeghly, J. H., J. Bigham, and W. A. Dick. 1993. An Ohio based study on land application of dry FGD by-products. In Proceedings of the 10th Coal Ash Symposium, 17-23 January, Orlando, FL, American Coal Ash Association, Washington, D.C.

    178. Dick, W. A., R. C. Stehouwer, J. H. Beeghly, J. M. Bigham, and R. Lal. 1994. Dry flue gas desulfurization byproducts as amendments for reclamation of acid mine spoil. pp. 129-138. In Proceedings International Land Reclamation and Mine Drainage Conference, Volume 3. 24-29 April 1994, Pittsburgh, PA, United States Department of the Interior, Bureau of Mines Special Publication SP 06C-94.

    179. Stehouwer, R. C., P. Sutton and W. A. Dick. 1994. Dry flue gas desulfurization by-products as amendments for acid soils. pp. 120-128. In Proceedings International Land Reclamation and Mine Drainage Conference, Volume 3, 24-29 April 1994, Pittsburgh, PA, United States Department of the Interior, Bureau of Mines Special Publication SP 06C-94.

    180. W.A. Dick, R. C. Stehouwer, J.M. Bigham, and J.H. Beeghly. 1994. Problems getting from the laboratory to the field: Reclamation of an AML site. In Proceedings of the 11th Pittsburgh Coal Conference, 12-16 September 1994, Pittsburgh, PA, University of Pittsburgh School of Engineering, Pittsburgh, PA.

    181. Dick, W. A., P. R. Thomison, D. M. Jordan, and B. L. Bishop. 1994. Yield response of maize to long-term application of no-tillage. pp. 931-936. In Proceedings of 13th International Soil Tillage Research Organization, 24-29 July 1994, Aalborg, Denmark. The Royal Academy and Agricultural University, Copenhagen, Denmark.

    182. Beeghly, J. H., W. A. Dick, J. Harness, and W. Wolfe. 1994. Land application uses of pressurized fluidized-bed combustion (PFBC) ash. In Proceedings of Conference on Management of High Sulfur Coal Combustion Residues, 5-7 April 1994, Southern Illinois University, Carbondale, IL.

    183. Dick, W. A. and C. van Ouwerkerk. 1994. ISTRO-INFO No. 34. Soil & Tillage Research. 184. Dick, W. A., M. R. Carter and C. van Ouwerkerk. ISTRO-INFO No. 35. Soil & Tillage Research. 185. Dick, W.A., 1996. INSTRO-INFO No. 36, Soil & Tillage Research 38:273-289. 186. Dick, W.A. 1996. Reading Table. Soil & Tillge Research 38:292-295.

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    187. Dick, W.A. 1996. ISTRO-INFO EXTRA, Volume 2, Issue 1. 188. Dick, W.A. 1996. ISTRO-INFO EXTRA, Volume 2, Issue 2. 189. Dick, W.A. 1996. ISTRO-INFO EXTRA, Volume 3, Issue 1. 190. Stehouwer, R.C., W. Dick, J. Bigham, L. Forster, F. Hitzhuzen, E. McCoy, S. Traina, W. Wolfe, and

    R. Haefner. 1995. Land Application Uses for Dry FGD By-Products. EPRI Report TR-105264. Electrical Power Research Institute, Palo Alto, CA.

    191. Stehouwer, R.C., W. Dick, J. Bigham, L. Forster, F. Hitzhuzen, E. McCoy, S. Traina, W. Wolfe, R. Haefner and G. Rowe. 1998. Land Application Uses for Dry FGD By-Products: Phase 2. Electrical Power Research Institute, Palo Alto, CA.

    192. Dick, W.A., J. W. Johnson and D. J. Eckert. 1998. Land Application of Poultry Litter. ANR-4-98. The Ohio State University Extension Fact Sheet, The Ohio State University Extension Service, Columbus, OH.

    193. Dick, W.A., J. Bigham, L. Forster, F. Hitzhuzen, E. McCoy, R.C. Stehouwer, S. Traina, W. Wolfe, R. Haefner and G. Rowe. 1999. Land Application Uses for Dry FGD By-Products: Phase 3. Electrical Power Research Institute, Palo Alto, CA.

    194. Butalia, T.J., W.E. Wolfe and W.A. Dick. 1999. Developments in Utilization of CCPs in Ohio. In: Proceedings of the 13th International Symposium on Use and Management of Coal Combustion Products (CCPs), 11-15 January 1999, Orlando, FL.

    195. Dick, W.A., R. Lal, T. Houser, T. Stehouwer, J. Bigham and R. Haefner. 2000. Environmental Monitoring of Abandoned Mined Land Revegetated Using Dry FGD By-Products and Yard Waste Compost. EPRI Report 1000721, Electric Power Research Institute, Palo Alto, CA.

    196. Dick, W.A. 2000. Using CCPs in Agricultural Applications. In: Proceedings from the Educational Program for Managers of Coal Combustion Products (CCPs), 5-9 June 2000, National Research Center for Coal & Energy, Morgantown, WV.

    197. Dick, W.A., L. Chen and Y. Hao. 2000. Beneficial uses of clean coal combustion by-products: Soil amendment and coal refuse treatment examples and case studies. In: Proceedings of Workshop on The Use and Disposal of Coal Combustion By-Products at Coal Mines, 10-13 April, 2000, US Department of Interior Office of Surface Mining and the US. Department of Energy, Morgantown, WV.

    198. Nelson, S., Jr., W.A. Dick and L. Chen. 2001. Field results for fluesorbent by-Product Fertilizers. In: Processing of the Kentucky Coal Utilization Conference, 19 April, 2001. American Coal Ash Association, Washington, DC and University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY.

    199. Chen, L., Y.B. Lee, C. Ramsier, J. Bigham, B. Slater and W. Dick. 2005. Increased crop yield and economic return and improved soil quality due to land application of FGD-gypsum. In: Proceedings of the World of Coal Ash Conference, 11-15 April, 2005. Center for Applied Energy Research, University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY. ISBN- 0967497167.

    200. Weidenhamer, J.D., J. Durkalski and W.A. Dick. 2005. Evaluation of the allelopathic potential of a mustard cover crop. Proceedings of the 4th World Congress on Allelopathy, J.D.I. Harper, M. An, H. Wu and J.H. Kent (Eds.), Charles Sturt University, Wagga Wagga, NSW, Australia. International Allelopathy Society. Reprint available from authors at The Ohio State University, Wooster, OH 44691.

    201. Dick, W. A., Kost, D., and Nakano, N. 2006. A Review of Agricultural and Other Land Application Uses of Flue Gas Desulfurization Products. Report 101385, Electric Power Research Institute, Palo Alto, CA. (97 pages).

    202. Dick, W. A., Chen, L., Bigham, J. M., Ramsier, C., Lee, Y. B., Stillwell, T., Slater, B. K., and McCoy, E. L. 2006. Improved Soil Quality and Increased Carbon Credits Through the Use of FGD Gypsum to Enhance No-Tillage Crop Production - Final Report. The Ohio Coal Development Office, Columbus, OH. (100 pages).

    203. Dick, W. A. 2006. Desulfurization (FGD) product as a soil amendment for mine reclamation. In: Proceedings of the Flue Gas Desulfurization (FGD) By-Products at Coal Mines and Responses to the National Academy of Sciences Final Report "Managing Coal Combustion Residues in Mines." The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH. (13 pages).

    204. Mestelan, S. A., Smeck, N. E., Durkalski, J. T., and Dick, W. A. 2006. Changes in soil profile properties as affected by 44 years of continuous no-tillage. In: Proceedings of the 17th ISTRO Conference, Kiel, Germany. ISBN 3-9811134-0-3.

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    205. Dick, W. A., Kost, D. A., and Chen, L. 2006. Beneficial land application uses of FGD products. In: Proceedings of the Pittsburgh Coal Conference, School of Engineering, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA (16 pages).

    206. Dick, W.A. and D. Kost. 2007. Use of flue gas desulfurization products in agricultural applications - 2006 Workshop. EPRI Report 1012698. Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI), Palo Alto, CA.

    207. Dick, Warren and Sengupta, Aditi. 2011. Prediction of soil organic properties in a diverse population of Ohio soils using near infrared reflectance spectroscopy analysis. Available from Nature Precedings http://dx.doi.org/10.1038/npre.2011.6248.1>.

    208. Chen, L and Dick WA. 2011. Gypsum as an Agricultural Amendment: General Use Guidelines. The Ohio State University Extension Service, Columbus, OH (http://ohioline.osu.edu/b945/b945.pdf).

    BOOK REVIEWS 208. Dick, W. A. 1994. Energy and the Environment. Journal of Environmental Quality 23:1374- 1375. 209. Dick, W. A. 1994. Science Under Siege - Balancing Technology and the Environment. Journal of

    Environmental Quality 23:216. 210. Dick, W. A. 1994. Compost Science & Utilization. Journal of Environmental Quality 23:392. 211. Dick, W. A. 1995. Hazardous Waste Site Soil Remediation - Theory and Application of Innovate

    Technologies (Environmental Science and Pollution Control Series 6). Journal of Environmental Quality 24:384.

    212. Dick, W. A. 1995. Humic Substances in the Global Environment and Implications on Human Health. Journal of Environmental Quality 24:558.

    213. Dick, W. A. 1995. Who Pays the Price? The Sociocultural Context of Environmental Crises. Journal of Environmental Quality 24:1039-1040.

    214. Dick, W. A. 1995. Smoke or Steam? A Critique of Environmental Issues. Journal of Environmental Quality 24:1042.

    215. Dick, W. A. 1995. Remediation of Hazardous Waste Contaminated Soils. Journal of Environmental Quality 24:1226-1227.

    216. Dick, W. A. 1995. Smoke or Steam? A Critique of Environmental Issues. Journal of Natural Resources and Life Sciences Education 24:71.

    217. Dick, W. A. 1996. Environmental Soil Science. Journal of Environmental Quality 25:?? 218. Dick, W.A. 2000. Sulfur in the Environment (book review). Journal of Environmental Quality

    29:1366-1367. 219. Dick, W.A. 2003. Soil Genesis and Classification: Fifth Edition. Journal of Environmental Quality

    32:1573. 220. Dick, W.A. 2004. Conservation Tillage and Cropping Innovation: Constructing the New Culture of

    Agriculture. Journal of Natural Resources and Life Sciences Education 221. Dick, W.A. 2006. Bioremediation: Applied Microbial Solutions for Real World Environmental

    Cleanup. Soil Science Society of America 70:307. 222. Dick, W.A. 2013. Soils and Human Health. .(ADD REST OF DETAIL>>>) PUBLISHED ABSTRACTS 222. Dick, W.A. 1978. Ion chromatographic determination of sulfate and nitrate in soils. p. 134. Agronomy

    Abstracts, American Society of Agronomy, Madison, WI. 223. Dick, W.A. 1980. Inhibition of corn root acid phosphatase and inorganic pyrophosphatase by clay

    minerals. p. 151. Agronomy Abstracts, American Society of Agronomy, Madison, WI. 224. Dick, W.A. 1980. Phosphatases in the soil environment. Dissertation Abstracts International 41B:763. 225. Dick, W.A. 1982. Effect of tillage intensity on enzyme activities in soil profiles. p. 162. Agronomy

    Abstracts, American Society of Agronomy, Madison, WI. 226. Stott, D.E., W.A. Dick and M.A. Tabatabai. 1983. Inhibition of pyrophosphatase activity in soils by

    trace elements. p. 162. Agronomy Abstracts, American Society of Agronomy, Madison, WI.

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    227. Bardhan, S., Dick, W. A., and Chen, L. 2005. Soilless media created from coal combustion products and organic composts: Environmental and chemical Properties. ASA-CSSA-SSSA Annual Meetings, Salt Lake City, UT.

    228. Yu, S., and Dick, W. A. 2006. Assessment of bioavailable nickel in soil using nickel-depleted urease. ASA/SSSA/CSA Annual Meetings, 12-16 November 2006, Indianapolis, IN.

    229. Chen, L., Kost, D., and Dick, W. A. 2006. Interaction of nitrogen and flue gas desulfurization sulfur for production of corn. ASA/SSSA/CSA Annual Meetings, 12-16 November 2006, Indianapolis, IN.

    230. Dick, W. A., Tuovinen, O., and Nicomrat, D. 2006. Microbial diversity in a constructed wetland receiving acid coal mine drainage. World Congress of Soil Science, Philadelphia, PA.

    231. Bardhan, S., and Dick, W. A. 2006. A quantitative measure of total bacterial community diversity in disturbed and undisturbed soil ecosystems. ASA/SSSA/CSA Annual Meetings, 12-16 November 2006, Indianapolis, IN.

    232. Durkalski, J., Wang, P., Hoitink, H. A., and Dick, W. A. 2006. Corn response to compost and manure amendments combined with no-till or plow tillage. ASA-SSSA-CSA Annual Meetings, 12-16 November 2006, Indianapolis, IN.

    233. Yang, H, S-J. Park, E.L. McCoy, W.A. Dick and P.S. Grewal. 2009. Nematode community associated with a new bi-phasic bioretention rain garden eco-system. Journal of Nematology 41:396-396.

    OTHER SCHOLARLY WORKS 234. Dick, W.A. 1977. Inorganic pyrophosphatase activity in soils. M.S. Thesis. Iowa State University, A Ames, IA. 235. Dick, W.A. 1980. Phosphatases in the soil environment. Ph.D. Dissertation, Iowa State University,

    Ames, IA. 236. Dick, W. A. 2005. Industrial Waste. In: R. Lal. Encyclopedia of Soil Science, 2nd Edition. Marcel

    Dekker, New York, NY, USA. 237. Dick, W. A. 2006. Industrial Waste. p. 858 - 862. In: R. Lal (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Soil Science.

    Marcel Dekker, New York, NY, USA. (updated web and print addition). 238. Dick, W. A. 2006. http://www.oardc.ohio-state.edu/soilbiolab/. (laboratory web page). PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES SOCIETY MEMBERSHIP 1. American Society of Agronomy ASA (1975 - present) 2. Soil Science Society of America SSSA (1975 - present) 3. American Association for the Advancement of Science (1980-1983) 4. Gamma Sigma Delta Honorary (1977) 5. International Soil Tillage Research Organization ISTRO (1991 - present) 6. American Chemical Society (ACS) Years???? 7. American Society for Microbiology (ASM) 8. European Society of Agronomy (ESA) EDITORSHIPS 1. Editorial Board, Nutrient Cycling in Agroecosystems (2005-present) 2. Editor-in-Chief, Soil Science Society of America (2000-2005) 3. Editor, Journal of Environmental Quality (1996-2001) 4. Editorial Board, Journal of Environmental Quality (1989-1995) 5. Editorial Board, Nutrient Cycling in Agroecosystems (2006-2011) 6. Editor-in-Chief, American Society of Agronomy (2009-2014)

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    OFFICES IN NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL SOCIETIES 1. Secretary-General, International Soil Tillage Research Organization (ISTRO), 1991-1997. 2. Organized American Society of Agronomy Symposium (1991) on Composting of Organic Wastes.

    Division A-5 of ASA, Denver, Colorado. 3. Served as chair of Feasibility Committee for SSSA to study the potential need and identify potential

    authors for a book of Beneficial Reuses of Waste Materials. Our committee recommended that ASA approve the writing of this book and work began at the beginning of 1996.

    SOCIETY ACTIVITIES CONSULTATION 1. Advisory committee to the Ohio Department of Agriculture (ODA) (1985-present). The purpose of the

    committee is to provide expertise to the ODA on the use of non-traditional soil amendments. Called as an expert witness (Sept., 1988).

    2. Yard Waste Study Group, Ohio EPA (1989-1995). A study group made up of industry, university and state officials dealing with solid waste disposal problems. This group prioritizes research programs and helps write guidelines and regulations related to solid waste disposal

    3. Served as a paid consultant for Marcel Dekker publishers (1984). 4. Commodore Inc., Columbus, OH (1994 and 1995). Soil remediation. 5. Sorbent Technologies, Twinsburg, OH (1995 and 1996). Recyling of clean coal technology by-products. 6. MVTI Technologies, Akron, OH (2000). Use of coal combustion by-products combined with animal

    wastes for remediating degraded soils. 7. American Electric Power Company (2001). Use of coal combustion by-products for coal mine land

    reclamation. 8. Pattison Brothers, Iowa (2005). Use of coal combustion product on agricultural land. 9. FirstEnergy, Akron, OH (2005). Use of ammonium containing scrubber products as a fertilizer material. CONTRIBUTIONS TO POPULAR MAGAZINE ARTICLES 1. No-till Does Not Harm Soil Microbes, Crops and Soil (April/May, 1983) 2. Rotate Your Way to Higher Corn Profits, The Furrow (Nov./Dec., 1988) 3. No-Till and Water Quality, The Furrow (May/June, 1989) 4. Enhanced Biodegradation of Pesticides in Soil, The Furrow (May/June, 1989). PARTICIPATION IN NATIONAL/INTERNATIONAL PROGRAMS INTERNATIONAL PROGRAMS

    1. OSU/Title XII Strengthening Program (1982). I participated in a scientific exchange visit to Mexico and to

    Dominican Republic 2. Hosted international visitors from different countries including Yugoslavia (1989), Dominican Republic

    (1986), Brazil (1987), Argentina (1987), Uganda (1987), Belgium (1986), and Mexico (1984). These visitors primarily discussed research relating to no-tillage crop production and soil biochemistry.

    3. Hosted the International Tillage Society (June, 1985) as they toured no-tillage research programs in the east-central and northeastern U.S.

    4. Hosted an Israel scientist, Elana Avidov (1990-1992). 5. Was a delegate to the 12th International Soil Tillage Research Organization (ISTRO) , Nigeria. 1991.

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    6. Hosted Chinese scientist, Weizheng Zhang (1994 and 1995). 7. Hosted Chinese scientist, Yu Deqing (1996). 8. USDA-ARS collaborative program with China (1998-2002)

    NATIONAL PROGRAMS 1. Session chair for Division S-3 meeting on soil enzymes, ASA-SSSA-CSA Annual Meetings, (1984). 2. Ohio State representative, NCR-124, Management Practices for Reducing Nonpoint Pollution by Pesticides

    in Conservation Tillage (1991-1992) 3. Organized Division A-5 symposium on "Composting of Organic Wastes. ASA-SSSA-CSA Annual

    Meetings, (1991). PRESENTATIONS INTERNATIONAL SCIENTIFIC MEETINGS (PAPERS WHERE I WAS SPEAKER ARE NOTED WITH AN *. INVITED PAPERS ARE NOTED WITH A ) 1. Dick*, W.A. and M.A. Tabatabai. 1978. Sulfur fractions and distribution of carbon, nitrogen and

    phosphorus of the Iowa Coal Project Mine. 90th Session of the Iowa Academy of Science. 2. Dick*, W.A. and M.A. Tabatabai. 1980. Ion chromatographic determination of sulfate and nitrate in soils.

    Annual Meeting of the ASA-SSSA-CSA, 3-8 December, Chicago, IL. 3. Dick*, W.A. and M.A. Tabatabai. 1980. Inhibition of corn root acid phosphatase and inorganic

    pyrophosphatase by clay minerals. Annual Meeting of the ASA-SSSA-CSA, 30 November 5 December, Detroit, MI.

    4. Dick*, W.A. 1982. Effect of tillage intensity on enzyme activities in soil profiles. Annual Meeting of the ASA-SSSA-CSA, 28 November 3 December, Anaheim, CA.

    5. Dick*, W.A., J.V. Bonta, F. Haghiri, and J.R. Page. 1982. Suspended sediment chemistry and surface mining. Symposium on Water and Energy: Technology and Policy Issues, American Society of Civil Engineers/The Council of State Governments/The League of Women Voters, 24-26 May, Pittsburgh, PA.

    6. Dick, W.A. 2001. Reclamation of highly disturbed surface coal mines in Ohio, USA: Chemical and biological properties. Israel Society for Ecology & Environmental Quality Sciences (ISEEQS), 1-3 May, Tel Aviv, Israel.

    NATIONAL ANNUAL SOCIETY & SCIENTIFIC MEETINGS 7. Dick, W.A. and M.A. Tabatabai. 1978. Ion chromatographic determination of sulfate and nitrate in soils.

    ASA-SSSA-CSA Annual Meetings. Chicago, IL. 8. Dick, W.A. and M.A. Tabatabai. 1980. Inhibition of corn root acid phosphatase and inorganic

    pyrophosphatase by clay minerals. ASA-SSSA-CSA Annual Meetings. Detroit, MI. 9. Dick, W.A. 1982. Effect of tillage intensity on enzyme activities in soil profiles. ASA-SSSA-CSA Annual

    Meetings. Anaheim, CA. 10. Dick, W.A., J.V. Bonta, F. Haghiri and J.R. Page. 1982. Suspended sediment chemistry and surface

    mining. Symposium on Water and Energy: Technology and Policy Issues sponsored by The American Society of Civil Engineers, The Council of State Governments and the League of Women Voters. Pittsburgh, PA.

    REGIONAL SCIENTIFIC/TECHNICAL MEETINGS 7. Dick, W.A. and M.A. Tabatabai. 1978. Sulfur fractions and distribution of carbon, nitrogen and phosphorus

    of the Iowa Coal Project Mine. 90th Session of the Iowa Academy of Science.

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    SEMINARS 8. Dick, W.A. 1980. (Invited) Inhibition of Corn Root Acid Phosphatase and Inorganic Pyrophosphatase by

    Clay Minerals. Department of Agronomy, The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH. GENERAL AUDIENCE 9. Field Crop Production Awareness 80 Worshop, Canton, OH (10/3/1980) RADIO INTERVIEWS

    1. Water Quality from Surface Coal Mines (12/4/1983) 2. Chemical Changes in Soil as a Result of No-Tillage (2/4/1983)

    TELEVISION DOCUMENTARY 12. Edison Electric Institute (EEI) prepared a television documentary on acid precipitation. Film was

    shot on 5/25/1983) and an interview was conducted at the Atomic Energy Commission lysimeter field plot site. The documentary will be used by EEI as a public service information piece.

    CONFERENCE SYMPOSIA ORGANIZED 1. "Heavy Metal and Trace Element Chemistry in Byproduct-Treated Soils." Sustainable Land Application

    Conference, University of Florida, Jan. 4-8, 2004. Organizers: N.T. Basta (Oklahoma State Univ.) and G.O. O'Connor (Univ. of Florida).

    MANUSCRIPTS REVIEWED MANUSCRIPTS REVIEWED FOR 1. Journal of Environmental Quality 2. Soil Science Society of America Journal 3. Ohio Journal of Science 4. Soil Science 5. Marcel Dekker Publishers 6. Soil Biology & Biochemistry 7. Soil & Tillage Research PROPOSALS REVIEWED FOR USDA Biological Stress program COMMITTEES

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    INTERNATIONAL 1. International Compost Symposium Organizing Committee (1991-1992). Symposium held in 1992 at The

    Ohio State University, Columbus, OH. NATIONAL 1. American Society for Surface Mining and Reclamation Awards Committee (1985) 2. Soil Science Society of America, Emil Truog Awards Committee Member (1991) and Chair (1982) STATE 1. Soil Amendments Advisory Committee (1982 present) 2. American Society of Agronomy Membership Committee (1985-1989); Chair of Ohio membership

    subcommittee (1990)

    COLLEGE 4. Farm Science Review Committee (1980-1983) 5. Hazardous Materials Biotechnology Committee (1983) 6. Dean and Directors Reception Committee (1982-1983) DEPARTMENTAL 1. Word Processor Committee (1981) 2. Seminar Committee (1980-1983; Chair (1983) 3. Curriculum Committeee (1982-1983) 4. Centennial Showcase Subcommittee Chair (1982) 5. Social Committee (1981-1982, Chair (1983) 6. Graduate Studies Committee (1983-1984, 1999-2004, Chair (1999-2004) 7. Data Processing Committee (1983) 8. Tenure Committee (2003-present)

    Warren A. DickProfessor of Soil and Environmental Chemistry

    http://snr.osu.edu/fac_staff/faculty.phpPERSONAL PROFILEEDUCATION

    PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCEAWARDS, HONORS, RECOGNITIONteachingENVIRONMENTAL AND NATURAL RESOURCES 761 Soil Biochemistry (U G 4 hours)SOIL SCIENCE (Taught in China, 2002)SOIL SCIENCE AND ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE 999 ResearchGUEST LECTURES

    graduate student degree Programs (Served as Chair and Student Advisor)Completion DateDegreeTitles of Graduate M.S. Theses and Ph.D. DissertationsRESEARCHFOCUS

    Grants and ContractsFUNDING (SUMMARY)

    Funding detailsSources from Outside Ohio State University

    Project Title: Hydrology and water quality of watersheds subjected to surface coal mining.Project Title: Use of diagnostic enzyme assays for the evaluation of soils with rapid herbicide degradingabilitiesOhio State University Sources

    PublicationsRefereed Journal ARTICLEsBooks editedBook ChaptersPublished Proceedings, major research reports, FACT SHEETS and NEWSLETTERSBook ReviewsOther Scholarly Works234. Dick, W.A. 1977. Inorganic pyrophosphatase activity in soils. M.S. Thesis. Iowa State University, A Ames, IA.235. Dick, W.A. 1980. Phosphatases in the soil environment. Ph.D. Dissertation, Iowa State University, Ames, IA.PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIESSociety MembershipEditorshipsOffices in National and International SocietiesConsultationContributions to popular magazine articlesParticipation in National/International ProgramsInternational ProgramsNational Programs

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