John C. Panuska, Ph.D. - Publications

Affiliations: 
2006 University of Wisconsin, Madison, Madison, WI 
Area:
Agricultural Engineering

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2015 Vadas PA, Good LW, Panuska JC, Busch DL, Larson RA. A new model for phosphorus loss in runoff from outdoor cattle lots Transactions of the Asabe. 58: 1035-1045. DOI: 10.13031/trans.58.11105  1
2012 Good LW, Vadas P, Panuska JC, Bonilla CA, Jokela WE. Testing the Wisconsin Phosphorus Index with year-round, field-scale runoff monitoring. Journal of Environmental Quality. 41: 1730-40. PMID 23128730 DOI: 10.2134/jeq2012.0001  1
2012 Shinners TJ, Digman MF, Panuska JC. Overlap loss of manually and automatically guided mowers Applied Engineering in Agriculture. 28: 5-8.  1
2012 Shinners TJ, Digman MF, Panuska JC. Overlap loss of manually and automatically guided mowers Applied Engineering in Agriculture. 28: 5-8.  1
2011 Panuska JC, Good LW, Vadas PA, Busch DL, Ozkaynak A. Sediment and particulate phosphorus characteristics in grassed waterways from row crop corn and alfalfa fields collected by manual University of Exeter samplers and automatic sampling Hydrological Processes. 25: 2329-2338. DOI: 10.1002/hyp.7987  1
2011 Lamba J, Thompson AM, Panuska JC, Karthikeyan KG. Identifying sources of suspended sediment using radionuclides in an agricultural watershed in South Central Wisconsin Asabe - International Symposium On Erosion and Landscape Evolution 2011. 185-192.  1
2010 Panuska JC, Karthikeyan KG. Phosphorus and organic matter enrichment in snowmelt and rainfall-runoff from three corn management systems Geoderma. 154: 253-260. DOI: 10.1016/j.geoderma.2009.10.010  1
2008 Marshall DW, Fayram AH, Panuska JC, Baumann J, Hennessy J. Positive effects of agricultural land use changes on coldwater fish communities in Southwest Wisconsin streams North American Journal of Fisheries Management. 28: 944-953. DOI: 10.1577/M06-139.1  1
2008 Panuska JC, Karthikeyan KG, Miller PS. Impact of surface roughness and crusting on particle size distribution of edge-of-field sediments Geoderma. 145: 315-324. DOI: 10.1016/j.geoderma.2008.03.015  1
2008 Panuska JC, Karthikeyan KG, Norman JM. Sediment and phosphorus losses in snowmelt and rainfall runoff from three corn management systems (Transactions of the ASABE 51, 1, (101)) Transactions of the Asabe. 51.  1
2008 Panuska JC, Karthikeyan KG, Norman JM. Sediment and phosphorus losses in snowmelt and rainfall runoff from three corn management systems (Transactions of the ASABE 51, 1, (101)) Transactions of the Asabe. 51.  1
2006 Bonilla CA, Kroll DG, Norman JM, Yoder DC, Molling CC, Miller PS, Panuska JC, Topel JB, Wakeman PL, Karthikeyan KG. Instrumentation for measuring runoff, sediment, and chemical losses from agricultural fields. Journal of Environmental Quality. 35: 216-23. PMID 16391293 DOI: 10.2134/jeq2005.0130  1
2006 Marshall DW, Otto M, Panuska JC, Jaeger SR, Sefton D, Baumberger TR. Effects of hypolimnetic releases on two impoundments and their receiving streams in southwest wisconsin Lake and Reservoir Management. 22: 223-232.  1
1999 Panuska JC, Robertson DM. Estimating phosphorus concentrations following alum treatment using apparent settling velocity Lake and Reservoir Management. 15: 28-38. DOI: 10.1080/07438149909353949  1
1998 Lathrop RC, Carpenter SR, Stow CA, Soranno PA, Panuska JC. Phosphorus loading reductions needed to control blue green algal blooms in Lake Mendota Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences. 55: 1169-1178.  1
1993 Panuska JC, Schilling JG. Consequences of selecting incorrect hydrologic parameters when using the walker pond size and p8 urban catchment models Lake and Reservoir Management. 8: 73-76. DOI: 10.1080/07438149309354461  1
1991 Panuska JC, Moore ID, Kramer LA. Terrain analysis: integration into the agricultural nonpoint source (AGNPS) pollution model Journal of Soil &Amp; Water Conservation. 46: 59-64.  1
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