Utah State University. Special Collections and Archives
University Archives
Merrill-Cazier Library
Utah State University
3000 Old Main Hill
Logan, UT 84322-3000
Phone: 435 797-2663
Fax: 435 797-2880
Email: scweb@usu.edu



Guide to the Utah State University. Faculty. Publications of the faculty,, 1955-2008


USU_ULA_RG_8.8:37





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Overview of the Collection

 
Repository Name:
 


Utah State University. Special Collections and Archives
University Archives

Merrill-Cazier Library
Utah State University
3000 Old Main Hill
Logan, UT 84322-3000
Phone: 435 797-2663
Fax: 435 797-2880
Email: scweb@usu.edu

 
Collection Number:
 

USU_ULA_RG_8.8:37

 
Creator:
 

Utah State University. Faculty

 
Title:
 

Utah State University. Faculty. Publications of the faculty

 
Dates:
 

1955-2008 (inclusive)

 
Quantity:
 


 
Languages:
 

Collection materials are in English. 

 
Summary:
 

Assembled over the last thirty to forty years, the following index consists of journal reprints and publications of present and former faculty members at Utah State University. The collection does not necessarily represent the complete scholarly output of individual faculty members, but only those publications that have either been deposited by faculty members, gleaned from the files of faculty members, or gathered from the files of affiliated departments.

 

Arrangement

Publications are filed alphabetically by the faculty member's last name, numbered and stored within the Department.

Content Description

Assembled over the last thirty to forty years, the following index consists of journal reprints and publications of present and former faculty members at Utah State University. The collection does not necessarily represent the complete scholarly output of individual faculty members, but only those publications that have either been deposited by faculty members, gleaned from the files of faculty members, or gathered from the files of affiliated departments. The register is periodically revised and updated as additional publications are accessioned and processed. The publications are filed alphabetically by the faculty member's last name, numbered and stored within the Department.

Administrative Information

Acquisition Information 

Assembled over the last thirty to forty years.

Use of the Collection

Restrictions on Access  Restrictions

Open to public research.

Restrictions on Use  Copyright

It is the responsibility of the user to obtain permission to publish from the owner of the copyright (the institution, the creator of the record, the author or his/her transferees, heirs, legates, or literary executors). The user agrees to indemnify and hold harmless the Utah State University Libraries, its officers, employees, and agents from and against all claims made by any person asserting that he or she is an owner of copyright.

Permission to publish material from the Utah State University. Faculty. Publications of the faculty must be obtained from the University Archivist and/or the Special Collections Department Head.

Preferred Citation 

Publications of the faculty. Utah State University. (RG 8.8:37). Utah State University. Special Collections and Archives Department.

Subjects

College teachers as authors--Utah--Logan
College teachers--Utah--Logan.
Teachers' writings.
USU--Faculty publications.
USU--Faculty. (contributor)
Universities and colleges--Utah--Logan--Faculty
Utah State University--Faculty.

Detailed Description of the Collection

 

Adams, Gerald R

 
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1:  College and University Environmental Scale: Differential Evaluations. USU Technical Report FY76-77-01. Ts Ms
 
 


2:  Correlates of Romantic Love Revisited. The Journal of Psychology. Co-author Brenda Munro. c.2
  1978
 


3:  Adolescent Egocentrism: Explanation into Possible Contributions of Parent-Child Relations. Journal of Youth and Adolescence
  1982
 


4:   An Assessment of Parents' and Teachers' Expectations of Preschool Children's Social Preference for Attractive or Unattractive Children and Adults. Child DevelopmentCo-author Paul Crane
  1980
 


5:  Antecedents of affective role-taking behavior: adolescent perception of parental socialization styles. Journal of Adolescence
  1982
 


6:  Cultural Change: Education and Youth. Adolescence. Co-author William R. Looft
  1977
 


7:  Divorce, Single Parenting, and Child Development. The Journal of Psychology. Co-author Sharyn M. Crossman
  1980
 


8:  The Effects of Physical Attractiveness on the Socialization Process. Psychology Aspect of Facial Form.
 
 


9:  Ego Identity and Intimacy Status: Replication and Extension. Developmental Psychology. Co-author Steven A. Fitch
  1983
 


10:  Ego-Identity Status, Personality, and Social-Influence Style. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology Co-authors Doris Read & William R. Dobson
  1984
 


11:  Family Form or Family Process? Reconsidering the Deficit Family Model Approach. The Family Coordinator. Co-authors Ramona Marotz-Baden, Nancy Bueche, Brenda Munro, & Gordon Munro
  1979
 


12:   Implications of Sex-typed Child Rearing Practices, Toys, and Mass Media Materials in Restricting Occupational Choices of Women. The Family Coordinator. Co-author Mary Ann Kacerguis
  1979
 


13:  Maternal Behavior and the Development of Empathy in Preschool Children. Psychological Reports. Co-authors Larry Jensen, Craig Peery, & Laura Gaynard
  1981
 


14:  Minimizing Juvenile Delinquency: Implications for Prevention Programs. Journal of Early Adolescence. Co-author Thomas P. Gullotta
  1982
 


15:  Mount Saint Helens's Ashfall: Evidence for a Disaster Stress Reaction. American Psychologist. Co-author Paul R. Adams
  1984
 


16:  Physical and Interpersonal Attractiveness of the Model and Imitation in Adults. Journal of Social Psychology. Co-author Joseph C. LaVoie
  1978
 


17:   Psychological Environments of University Departments: Effects of College Students' Identity Status and Ego State Development. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. Co-author Steven A. Fitch
  1983
 


18:  Runaways: A Review of Negative Consequences. Family Relations. Co-authors Robert L. Young, Wayne Godfrey, & Barbara Matthews
  1983
 


19:  Runaway youth projects: comments on care programs for runaways and throwaways. Journal of Adolescence
  19801
 


20:  Racial Membership and Physical Attractiveness Effects on Preschool Teachers' Expectations. Child Study Journal
  1978
 


21:  Social Competence During Adolescence: Social Sensitivity, Locus of Control, Empathy, and Peer Popularity. Journal of Youth and Adolescence
  1983
 


22:  Substance Abuse Minimization: Conceptualizing Prevention in Adolescent and Youth Programs. Journal of Youth and Adolescence. Co-author Thomas Gullotta
  1982

 

Adams, V. Dean

 
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1:   Aquatic Resources Management of the Colorado River Ecosystem. Proceedings of the 1981 Symposium on the Aquatic Resources Management of the Colorado River Ecosystem. Co-author Vincent A. Lamarra. c.2
 

 

Agathangelides, Demetrios

 
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1:  Apple Production in Northern Utah. Utah Science
  1968
   
2:  A Combination Belt, Cone and Vacuum Seeder for Experimental Cereal Plots. Agronomy Journal. Co-author W. G. Dewey
  1970

 

Aitken-Soux, Percy G

 
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1:  Basic Quechua. Utah State University. Co-author Richley H. Crapo
  1977

 

Albrecht, Stan L

 
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1:  Socio-Cultural Factors and Energy Resource Development in Rural Areas in the West. Ts Ms. c.2
  undated

 

Alder, Douglas D

 
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1:  Liberal Arts Teaching at the Cathedral School of Chartres. The University of Portland Review
  1963
 


2:  Romney: The Home Town Boy. Reach.
  undated
 


3:  A New Look at Repentance. Dialogue. Editor
  1970
 


4:  Why Teach History? Southwest Journal of Social Education. c.2
  1970
 


5:  The Ghost of Mercur. Utah Historical Quarterly.
  undated
 


6:  The Historian, the Classroom, and Federal Programs. AHA Newsletter
  1969
 


7:  The Professional Teacher. The Social Studies
  1970
 


8:  Experiencing World History. News and Notes on the Social Sciences. Co-author Sherman J. Lindhardt
  1972
 


9:  Guide to Reading for the Social Studies Teacher.National Council for the Social Studies Bulletin
  1973
 


10:  The Historians' Rites of Passage. The History Teacher
  1973
 


11:  Stimulating Faculty Readiness for Instructional Development: A Conservative Approach to Improving College Teaching. Educational Technology. Co-author Michael DeBloois. c.2
  1973
 


12:  Strategies for Increasing Student Interest: Visual Literacy, Structured Debriefing, Direct Experience, and Simulation. The History Teacher. Co-authors De Verl C. Baxter, Kent Christensen, Sherman Lindhardt, Joseph Robertson, H. Ralph Starr
  undated
 


13:  Teaching Experiments in Undergraduate History. AHA Newsletter
  1974
 


14:  Academic Tenure: Getting Down to Specifics. USU Conference of Department Heads. Snowbird
  1975
 


15:  Why Am I Teaching History Anyway? (And How Should I Teach It?) Teaching American History: Structured Inquiry Approaches
  1975
 


16:  Evolution of an Egghead.Sunstone
  1976
 


17:  Book Review: Involving Students in The New Social Studies. The History Teacher
  1974-75
 


18:  Book Review: Ignaz Seipel, Christian Statesman in a Time of Crisis. University of Portland Review
  1974
 


19:  Otto Bauer's Opposition Policy 1918-1927. Dissertation at University of Oregon
  1965
 


20:  Perspective on Scandals. Christian Science Monitor
  1973 November 7
 


21:  Education Abroad.Bridge
  1964
 


22:  Summer Study Opportunities Increase. Utah Educational Review.
  1967
 


23:  Education and the Need of the Student. Student Life
  1969
 


24:  The Faculty Role in University Government: The National Movement Toward Faculty Power Has Penetrated Cache Valley's Tranquility. Utah State University Magazine
  1968
 


25:  A History Professor Looks at Kissinger. Christian Science Monitor
  1973 January 31
 


26:  Post Industrial Nazi Germany. Teaching World History: Structured Inquiry Through a Historical-Anthropological Approach.
  1977
 


27:  Utah State stays healthy in a "steady state" era. The Herald Journal.
  1977 January 2
 


28:  I'm Turned Off. The Magazine on People and Things Co-authors Deverl Baxter, Kent Christiansen, Sherman Lindhardt, Joseph Robertson
  undated
 


29:  German and Italian Prisoners of War in Utah and Idaho. Utah Historical Quarterly. Co-author Ralph A. Busco
  undated
 


30:  Kissinger: A historian's view. Christian Science Monitor
  1973 January 30
 


31:  Teacher-Made Tests in History. Teaching History: A Journal of Methods. Co-authors Michael L. DeBloois & J. Nicholls Eastmond, Jr. c.2
  1979
 


32:  World History: Building Conceptual Understanding for Citizenship. Social Education. Co-author Sherman J. Lindhardt. c.2
  1981
 


33:  The Future That Never Arrived: Teaching the Survey History Course. Community College Social Science Journal.
  undated
 


34:  Reaching Out to New Constituencies Beyond the Classroom. The History Teacher. Co-authors Daniel P. Jordan, Richard R. Johnson, George A. Colburn. c.2
  1979
 


35:  Assassination as Political Efficacy: Two Case Studies From World War I. East European Quarterly
  1978
 


36:  Friedrich Adler: Evolution of a Revolutionary. Common Studies Review.
  1978
 


37:  Common Beginnings, Divergent Beliefs. Dialogue. Co-author Paul M. Edwards
  1978
 


38:  The Mormon Ward: Congregation or Community? Journal of Mormon History.
  undated
 


39:  Problem Areas in the History Curriculum. History in the Schools.Co-author Matthew T. Downey
  undated
 


40:  Die Auswanderung. Utah Historical Quarterly
  1984
 


41:  Instructional Development: Antidote to Advocacy. Delivered January 4, 1979, University of Klagenfurt, Third International Congress, European Association For Research and Development in Higher Education. Published in the Conference Proceedings. c.2
 
 


42:  Instructional Development: Antidote to Advocacy. Utah State University Department of Instructional Technology
 
 


43:  "Show and Tell" - An Honors Experience. Ts Ms.
  undated

 

Alexander, Thomas G

 
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1:  Ogden's "Arsenal of Democracy" 1920-1955. Utah Historical Quarterly
  1965
 


2:  Brief Histories of Three Federal Military Installations in Utah. Utah Historical Quarterly
  1966

 

Alfaro, Jose Felix

 
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1:  Model Theory for Predicting Process of Leaching. Transactions of the ASAE. Co-author Jack Keller.
  1970
 


2:  Preventative Freeze Protection by Preseason Sprinkling to Delay Bud Development. Transactions of the ASAE 1974
 

 

Allen, Edward Henry

 
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1:  Negative Probabilities. Ts Ms.
  1973
 


2:  The Christians and the Lions: The Politics of Energy in the Rocky Mountain West. Ts Ms.
  1974
 


3:  Negative Probabilities and the Uses of Signed Probability Theory. Ts Ms.
  1974
 


4:  Human Uses of Human Beings: Techniques, Tectonics, and Protestant Ethics. Ts Ms
  1972
 


5:   Energy Policy for Town and County: A Series of Workshops for Local Government Leaders on How to Cope with the Energy Crisis. Ts Ms proposal submitted to the United States Department of Agriculture Extension Service by the Utah State Extension Service
  1973 October 1
 


6:  Economic Planning Makes a Debut in America. Ts Ms. Prepared for the Rockefeller Foundation Fellowship Program in Environmental Affairs
  1977 March

 

Allen, Ross R

 
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1:  Issues in School Measurement and Evaluation. Selected Academic Readings. Editor
  1970

 

Allred, J.R

 
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1:  Farm School in the Mountains. Co-Op Grain Quarterly
  1960

 

Allred, Keith R

 
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1:  Improving Crop Production in Developing Countries. Ts Ms
  undated

 

Allred, Wells M

 
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1:  Handling Milk in Schools of Utah. Ts Ms
  1955
 


2:  What Consumers Think of Fluid Milk, Nonfat Dried Skim Milk, and Advertising of Dairy Products. Ts Ms
  undated
 


3:  Can Small Plants Process Every Other Day? American Milk Review. Co-author John L. Willis
  1954

 

Alsop, Ted J

 
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1:  Lecture Demonstration Workbook for Students in Physical Geography
  1985
 


2:  The Natural Seasons of Western Oregon and Washington. Journal of Climate.
  1989

 

Andersen, Jay C

 
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1:  Setting utility prices: Appropriate power costs for Utah irrigation pumpers. Ts Ms
  1984
 


2:  Application of Statistical Decision theory to Water Use Analysis in Sevier County, Utah. Water Resources Research . Co-authors Harold H. Hiskey & Suwaphot Lackawathana
  1971
 


3:  Regional Growth and Water Resource Investment. NOT IN BOX. Co-written with W. Lewis
  1973
 


4:  A Backward Bending Supply Response from some Dairy Producers? Ts Ms. Co-author Jay D. Atwood
  1984

 

Anderson, Bruce H

 
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1:  Cidiat. Ts Ms
  undated
 


2:  The Role of Consortia in International Development. Ts Ms.
  1982
 


3:  Utah Water Management. Ts Ms. Co-authors Karl Harris, Lyman S. Willardson, & Paul D. Christensen
  1963

 

Anderson, David R

 
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1:  The Effect of Band Loss on Estimates of Annual Survival. Journal of Field Omithology. Co-authors Louis J. Nelson & Kenneth P. Burnham
  1980
 


2:  Effect of Delayed Reporting of Band Recoveries on Survival Estimates. Journal of Field Ornithology. Co-author Kenneth P. Burnham.
  1988
 


3:  The Composite Dynamic Method as Evidence for Age-Specific Waterfowl Mortality. Journal of Wildlife Management Co-author Kenneth P. Burnham
  1979

 

Anderson, Dennis Craig

 
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1:  Irrigation Institutions in the Limari River Basin of Chile. Prepared for USAID/Chile
  1976
 


2:  Irrigation Institutions and Water Users in Ecuador USAID / Utah State University
  1977

 

Anderson, Jay Allan

 
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1:  Folklife Museums and Re-Enacting. History/English 673 Textbook
  undated
 


2:  Outdoor Museum Interpretation and Programming. History/English 676 Textbook
  undated
 


3:  Once Upon a Time in America. Journal of Interpretation.
  1986
 


4:  Down on the Farm. Museum News
  1990
 


5:  Double Entendres in an African Secondary School. The Folklore Forum. Co-author Anne Anderson
  1969
 


6:  Thanksgiving in the U.S.A. - The Meal as Medium and Message. Ethnological Food Research. c.2
  1973
 


7:  The Ethnogastronomy of Thanksgiving. Saturday Review Science. Co-author James Deetz. c.2.
  1972
 


8:   Fern Gathering on the Arrowhead Ranger District, San Bernardino National Forest: An Evaluation. A report of the results of Cooperative Research Agreement Number PSW-95-0043CA between Utah State University and the Pacific Southwest Forest Experiment Station. Co-authors Janet A. Anderson, Dale J. Blahna, & Deborah J. Chavez.
 
 


9:   Managing Fern Gathering on the San Bernardino National Forest. 1997 International Symposium on Human Dimensions of Natural Resource Management in the Americas. Book of Abstracts. Co-authors Deborah J. Chavez, Janet A. Anderson, & Dale J. Blahna
 
 


10:  Basic Interpretation of Historic Sites. NOT IN BOX American Association for State and Local History. Nashville
  1983
 


11:  How to Tell a Farb from a Hard Core: A Glossary of Living History Terms. The Interp Edge
  1998
 


12:  Immaterial Material Culture: The Implications of Experimental Research for Folklife Museums. Keystone Folklore
  1976-77
 


13:  Living History Basics: The Varieties of Living History Interpretation. The Interp Edge.
  1996
 


14:  Scholarship on Contemporary American Folk Foodways. Ethnologia Europaea
  1971
 


15:   Partakers of Plenty: A Study of the First Thanksgiving. Plimoth Plantation Educational Publication Series. Previously published in Saturday Review of Science as "The Ethnogastronomy of Thanksgiving." Co-author James Deetz
 
 


16:  Almost Gone: Historic Houses of Our Own Time. Museum News
  1983
 


17:  Living History: Simulating Everyday Life in Living Museums. American Quarterly. c.2
  1982)
 


18:  Preface to The Diary of Josephine Calvert
 
 


19:   Sweet Liberty: The Promise of Living History. Presented as the keynote address at the Association of Living Historical Farms and Agricultural Museums 1986 conference in Guelph, Ontario
 

 

Anderson, Jay Allan

 
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20:  Living History Farms: A Pictorial History of Food in Iowa. Published by the Living History Farms Foundation. Co-author Candace Tangorra Matelic
 
 


21:  Basic Interpretation of Historic Sites. American Association for State and Local History. Co-author Norman L. Wilson
 

 

Anderson, Janet Alm

 
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1:  A Taste of Kentucky
  1986
 


2:   Bracken Fern Gathering on the Arrowhead Ranger District: A Survey of 1997 Program Participants. A report of the results of Cooperative Research Agreement Number PSW-97-0013CA between Utah State University and the Pacific Southwest Forest Experiment Station. Submitted 8 April 1998. Co-authors Dale J. Blahna & Deborah J. Chavez
 
 


3:  Public Support for Utah's State Parks. Utah Recreation Facts. Co-author Dale J. Blahna
  1999

 

Anderson, J. LaMar

 
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1:  Performance of Apple Varieties on Various Roots and Interstocks. Fruit Varieties and Horticultural Digest. Co-author D. R. Walker. c.2
  1964
 


2:  Chemical Weed Control in Utah Orchards. Proceedings of the Utah Horticultural Society
  1964
 


3:  Peach Varieties for Utah. Proceedings of the Utah Horticultural Society. Co-author David R. Walker
  1964
 


4:  Performance of Delicious Apple Bud Sports During 1964. Proceedings of Utah Horticultural Society. Co-author David R. Walker
  1964
 


5:  The effects of herbicides on the ultrastructure of plant cells. Residue Reviews. Co-author W. W. Thomson
  1973
 


6:  Morphological, Anatomical and biochemical Effects of Propachlor on Seedling Growth. Weed Research. Co-author Nirmal S. Dhillon.
  1972
 


7:  Effect of Chlorthal Dimethyl on Oat and Foxtail Seedling Anatomy. Weed Research. Co-author Bijan Shaybany
  1972
 


8:  The Influence of Temperature and Moisture on Tomato and Weed Responses to Trifluralin and Isopropalin. Proceedings of the Western Society of Weed Science
  1972
 


9:  Effects of DCPA on Tomato Hypocotyl Tissue. Weed Science. Co-author Bijan Shaybany
  1972
 


10:  Effects of Pyrazon on Bean Chloroplast Ulstrastructure. Weed Science. Co-author J. Philip Schaelling
  1970
 


11:  Morphological and Anatomical Effects of Pyrazon on Bean. Weed Science. Co-author J. E. Rodebush.
  1970
 


12:  Pseudomonas Syringae Infection of Sweet Cherry Fruit in Utah. Plant Disease Reporter. Co-authors B. N. Wadley & J. P. Schaelling
  1969
 


13:  Effects of Evaporative Cooling on Temperature and Development of Apple Buds. Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science. Co-authors G. L. Ashcroft, E. A. Richardson, J. F. Alfaro, R. E. Griffin, G. R. Hanson, & J. Keller. c.2
 

 

Anderson, Jay O

 
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1:  Practical, low protein and crystalline diets show equivalence of analogue and D L-methionine in commercial-type diets. Feedstuffs.
  1984 January 30
 


2:   Effect of Particle Size of the Calcium Source on Performance of Broiler Chicks Fed Diets with Different Calcium and Phosphorus Levels. Poultry Science. Co-authors D. C. Dobson & O. K. Jack
  1984
 


3:  Turkey Nutrition - The DNA Breakdown. Utah Science
  1983
 


4:  Comparison of DL-Methionine and Its Sodium Salt in Water Solution in Broiler Starter Diets with Two Choline Levels. Poultry Science. Co-author D. C. Dobson
  1982
 


5:  Describing the Relation Between Dietary Protein and Energy Levels and Chick Performance by Mathematical Equations. Poultry Science. Co-author Naiyana Nakhata.
  1982
 


6:  Indispensable amino acids in poultry nutrition. Feedstuffs
  1982 April 5
 


7:  PCB in eggs and body fat of contaminated hens. Poultry Tribune. Co-authors D. C. Dobson & W. M. Draper
  1981
 


8:  Factors Affecting Efficacy of Methionine Hydroxy Analogue for Chicks Fed Amino Acid Diets. Poultry Science Co-authors Allen C. Christensen & D. C. Dobson
  1980
 


9:  Factors Affecting Efficacy of Methionine Hydroxy Analogue for Chicks Fed Practical Diets. Poultry Science Co-author Allen C. Christensen.
  1980
 


10:   Effect of Cage and Floor Rearing; Dietary Calcium, Phosphorus, Fluoride, and Energy Levels; and Temperature on Growing Turkey Performance, the Incidence of Broken Bones and Bone Weight, and Ash. Poultry Science. Co-authors R. E. Warnick & Naiyana Nakhata
  1979
 


11:  How to adjust energy/ protein ratios as feed prices change. Turkey World.
  1978
 


12:  Protein Levels for Turkey Rations and Adjusting Protein Levels as Prices Change. Unknown publisher
  undated
 


13:  Amino Acid Requirements of Growing Turkeys. Unknown publisher.
  undated
 


14:   Equations Relating Chick Performance to Diet Protein and Energy Levels. Proceedings of the first International Symposium on Feed Consumption, Animal Nutrient Requirements, and Computerization of Diets. Co-authors R. E. Warnick & N. Nakhata
  1976
 


15:  Replacing Dietary Methionine and Cystine in Chick Diets with Sulfate or Other Sulfur Compounds. Poultry Science Co-authors R. E. Warnick & R. K. Dalai.
  1975
 


16:  Adjusting the Protein Level in Laying Rations as Feedstuff Prices Change. Feedstuffs. Co-author R. E. Warnick
  1974 March 25
 


17:  Essential Amino Acid Levels for Starting Turkey Poults. Poultry Science. Co-author Robert E. Warnick. c.2
  1973
 


18:  Growth Response of Chicks and Rats Fed Alfalfa with Saponin Content Modified by Selection. Poultry Science. Co-authors M. W. Pedersen, J. C. Street., L. C. Wang, & R. Baker
  1972
 


19:  Relative Value of Three Animal Protein Supplements for Chicks. Feedstuffs. Co-author R. E. Warnick.
  1972 April 24
 


20:  Studies of the Need for Supplemental Biotin in Chick Rations. Poultry Science. Co-author R. E. Warnick
  1970
 


21:  Effect of Replacing Part of the Soybean Meal in Turkey Poult Rations With Amino Acid and Carbohydrate Mixtures. Poultry Science . Co-author R. E. Warnick
  1970
 


22:  1929, 1969 Turkey Feeds Compared. Feedstuffs
  1969 September 6
 


23:  Available Amino Acids in Poultry Feedstuffs. Feedstuffs. Co-author R. E. Warnick
  1969 March 29
 


24:  Relation Between the Available Essential Amino Acid Patterns in Four Fish Meals and Their Values in Certain Broiler Rations. Poultry Science. Co-authors K. Wisutharom & R. E. Warnick. c.2
  1968
 


25:   Limiting Essential Amino Acids in Soybean Meal for Growing Chickens and the Effects of Heat Upon Availability of the Essential Amino Acids. Poultry Science. Co-author R. E. Warnick
  1968
 


26:  Value of Grain Proteins for Poultry. Animal Nutrition & Health
  1967
 


27:  Gross Abnormalities in Chicks Fed Amino Acid Deficient Diets. Poultry Science. Co-author R. E. Warnick
  1967
 


28:  A Comparison of Saponins from Du Puits, Lahontan, Ranger, and Uintah Alfalfas. Proceedings of the X International Grassland Congress. Co-authors M. W. Pedersen, D. E. Zimmer, J. O. Anderson, & C. F. McGuire.
  1966
 


29:  Amino Acid Balance in Turkey Rations. Animal Nutrition & Health.
  1966
 


30:  Sequence in Which Essential Amino Acids Become Limiting for Growth of Chicks Fed Rations Containing Cottonseed Meal. Poultry Science. Co-author R. E. Warnick
  1966
 


31:  Evaluating Cottonseed Meal Protein. Animal Nutrition & Health
  1965
 


32:  Amino Acid Deficiencies in Peanut Meal and in Corn and Peanut Rations. Poultry Science. Co-author R. E. Warnick.
  1965
 


33:  Value of Enzyme Supplements in Rations Containing Certain Legume Seed Meals or Gums. Poultry Science. Co-author R. E. Warnick
  1964
 


34:  A Determination of the Essential Amino Acid Proportions Needed to Allow Rapid Growth in Chickens. The Journal of Nutrition. Co-authors D. C. Dobson & R. E. Warnick
  1964
 


35:  Enzyme Supplements: In High Barley Laying Rations With Different Protein Levels. Feedstuffs
  1963 March 16
 


36:  Amino Acids in Nutrition. Utah Science.
  1962
 


37:  Amino Acid Balance in Chick Diets. Feed Age
  1961
 


38:  Studies on the Value of Hulless Barley in Chick Diets and Means of Increasing This Value. Poultry Science. Co-authors D. C. Dobson & R. K. Wagstaff
  1961
 


39:  Available Biotin Content of Barley. Poultry Science. Co-authors R. K. Wagstaff & D. C. Dobson
  1961
 


40:  Enzymes in Barley Rations for Poultry. Feedstuffs.
  1961 July 22
 


41:  Lysine in Poultry Rations. The MERCK Agricultural Memo
  1961
 


42:  Enzyme Supplements in Hullness Barley Rations. Feeds Illustrated
  1961
 


43:  Amino acid balance in chick diets. Farm and Home Science
  1961
 


44:  Changing effectiveness of antibiotics. Farm and Home Science
  1960
 


45:  Amino Acid Requirements of the Chick. Poultry Science. Co-author H. B. Fluckiger.
  1959
 


46:   Amino Acid Requirements of the Chick: Effect of Total Essential Amino Acid Level in the Diet on the Arginine and Lysine Requirements. Poultry Science
  1959
 


47:  Effect of Alfalfa Saponin on the Performance of Chicks and Laying Hens. Poultry Science. c.2
  1957
 


48:  Protein Supplements for Laying Rations High in Wheat. Poultry Science. Co-author C. I. Draper
  1956
 


49:  Effect of Feeding Various Levels of Sodium Fluoride to Growing Turkeys. Poultry Science. Co-authors J. S. Hurst, D. C. Strong, H. Nielsen, D. A. Greenwood, W. Robinson, J. L. Shupe, W. Binns, R. A. Bagley, & C. I. Draper.
  1955
 


50:   Effect of Single Amino Acid Excesses on Glucose Metabolism and Chick Growth, as Influenced by the Dietary Amino Acid Balance. The Journal of Nutrition. Co-author G. F. Combs
  1952
 


51:  Growth inhibitory action of amino acids in nicotinic acid-low diets for chicks. Federation Proceedings Co-authors A. C. Groschke & G. M. Briggs
  1947
 


52:  Effect on Chick Growth of Amino Acid Imbalances in Diets Containing Low and Adequate Levels of Niacin and Pyridoxine. The Journal of Nutrition. Co-authors G. f. Combs, A. C. Groschke, & G. M. Briggs
  1951
 


53:  Niacin-Replacing Value of L- and DL-Tryptophan in Chick Diets as Influenced by Carbohydrate Source. The Journal of Nutrition. Co-authors G. F. Combs & G. M. Briggs.
  1950
 


54:  Dried Penicillin Mycelium as a Riboflavin Source in Chick Rations. Poultry Science. Co-authors J. L. Milligan, G. F. Combs, & G. M. Briggs
  1950
 


55:  Peculiar Enlargement of Eyeballs in Chicks Caused by Feeding a High Level of Glycine. Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine . Co-authors A. C. Groschke & G. M. Briggs
  1948
 


56:  Amino Acid Imbalance of Zein: Relation to Nicotinic Acid Deficiency in the Chick. Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine . Co-authors A. C. Groschke & G. M. Briggs
  1948

 

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1:  Liquefaction. Public Information Series. Co-authors Jeffrey R. Keaton & Sandra N. Eldredge.
  1994

 

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1:  Spraying Alfalfa Hay with Water Before Baling to Minimize Harvesting Losses. Agronomy Journal. Co-author C. H. Mickelsen
  1973
 


2:  Effect of Cutting Date on Digestibility and Intake of Irrigated First-Crop Alfalfa Hay. Agronomy Journal. Co-authors G. F. Fries, D. V. Kopland, & D. R. Waldo
  1973

 

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1:  School Lunches as an Outlet for Turkey: Actual and Potential. Ts Ms of talk given at 1958 Turkey Show. c.2
 

 

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1:   Development of International Law and Organization to Protect the Global Environment. Ts Ms. Paper presented at the joint meeting of the Rocky Mountain Social Science Association and the International Studies Association
  1971
 


2:  The Work of the Utah Local Government Survey Commission. The Western Political Quarterly. c.2
  1956

 

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1:  Social Aspects of Urbanization in the Arid Southwest. Unknown publisher. c.2
  undated
 


2:  Social Effects of Change in Uses of Bear Lake, an Interstate Body of Water. USU Research Monograph . Co-author William C. Dunaway
  1975
 


3:  Social Aspects of Flooding in the Urbanized East Salt Lake County Area. USU Research Circular. Co-authors William C. Dunaway & Dennis C. Geertsen
  1972
 


4:  Identification and Measurement of Quality of Life Elements in Planning for Water Resources Development: An Exploratory Study. USU Research Report . Co-authors Alten B. Davis, Kenneth S. Lyon, Gary E. Madsen, R. Welling Roskelly, & Bruce L. Brower.
  1972
 


5:  Benchmarks for rural Industrialization---A study of rural development in Monroe County, Ohio. Ohio Agricultural Research and Development Center Research Bulletin. Co-authors Ward W. Bauder & Everett M. Rogers
  1960
 


6:   Bibliography of Sociological and Other Related Social Science Publications on Water. Ts Ms. USU Center for Water Resources Research in cooperation with The Office of Water Resources Research, U.S. Department of Interior
  1966
 


7:  Factors in Changes in Felt Needs Among the Campesinos. Ts Ms
  1966
 


8:  Structural Elements of Social Change. Ts Ms.
  1966
 


9:  An Idea for Speeding Up the Change Process. Ts Ms.
  1966
 


10:  Institute for Social Science Research in Natural Resources. Ts Ms
  1967
 


11:  The Effects of Industrialization on a Rural County: Comparison of Social Change in Monroe and Noble Counties of Ohio. Ohio Agricultural Research and Development Center Department Series. Co-author Ward W. Bauder
  1968
 


12:  Basin Governance. Cornell Agricultural Economics Staff Paper . Co-authors David J. Allee & Harold R. Capener
  1975
 


13:  Modeling a Sociological-Hydrologic Flood Control Decision System. Water Resources Bulletin. Co-authors J. Paul Riley & Malcolm B. Masteller.
  1980
 


14:  Evaluating Social Effects in Water Resources Planning: First Steps. U.S. Water Resources Council
  1981
 


15:   Leisure and Environmental Orientations of Farmers, Part-Time Farmers, and Nonfarmers. Ts Ms. Paper prepared for the 1973 meetings of the Rural Sociological Society. Co-authors Gary E. Madsen & William C. Dunaway
 
 


16:  The New Community... Ohio Agricultural Experiment Station Research Bulletin. Co-author J. Ross Eschleman
  1963
 


17:  Social Impacts and Meteorological Perspectives from a Post Audit Analysis of Water Resource Development. Unknown publisher
  undated
 


18:  Family Integration and Related Factors in a Rural Fringe Population. Marriage and Family Living. Co-author Hans Sebald
  1962
 


19:  Social Assessment Indicators in Water Resource Development. Environment and Behavior. Co-authors Clay W. Hardin & Gary E. Madsen
  1981
 


20:   Issues and Problems of Social Assessment Indicators in Water Resource Development. Paper prepared for presentation at the Annual Meeting of the Rural Sociological Society. Co-authors Gary E. Madsen & Clay W. Hardin.
  1977
 


21:  Migration and Migrants from Sedgwick County, Colorado. Colorado State University Agricultural Experiment Station Technical Bulletin. Co-author Joseph Sardo
  undated
 


22:  Social and Physical Migration in the Rural Fringe. Ts Ms
  undated
 


23:  Social Consequences of High In-Migration. Ts Ms
  undated
 


24:  Social Research for Peace and Control of War. Ts Ms
  undated
 


25:  Manpower Needs, Curricular Implications, and the Future of Higher Education: A Position Paper. Ts Ms. Prepared for the Utah Conference on Higher Education. c.2
  1972
 


26:   Comments by Wade H. Andrews on the 10/3/77 Draft of the Policy Study on Leadership and Coordination of a National Program of Water Resources Research. Ts Ms
  1977
 


27:  The Function of Social Behavior in Water Resource Development.
 

 

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1:  How much space do your cows need? Hoard's Dairyman. Co-author J. L. Albright
  1975 October 10
 


2:  Rancher Personality Can Affect Cows. Utah Farmer-Stockman
  1979 March 1
 


3:  Inheritance of limber legs in Jersey cattle. The Journal of Heredity. Co-authors R. C. Lamb & J. L. Shupe
  1976
 


4:  Heifers raised in isolation milked well at Utah State. Hoard's Dairyman
  1979 April 25
 


5:  Blood Will Tell. Utah Science. Co-author T. A. Gillett
  1972
 


6:  Isolation Produces Better Milk Cows. Utah Farmer-Stockman
  undated
 


7:  Social Rank and Physiologic Traits of Dairy Cows as Influenced by Changing Group Membership. Veterinary Digest. Co-author J. L. Albright
  1976
 


8:  Raising Dairy Calves in Northern Utah. Utah Science. Co-authors E. W. Wisniewski & R. C. Lamb
  1976
 


9:  How cows can tell us what they prefer to eat. Hoard's Dairyman. Co-authors W. Temple & R. Kilgour
  1984
 


10:  Would you believe a farm with 2,000 hutches? Hoard's Dairyman.
  1981 May 25
 


11:  Higher Stocking Rates for Dairy Facilities. Utah Farmer-Stockman
  1980 October 2
 


12:  Do livestock people have "different" personalities? Hoard's Dairyman. Co-author J. E. Brown
  1979 March 10
 


13:  Calves may have social problems, too. Hoard's Dairyman
  1977 August 10
 


14:  Behavior studies in farm livestock. Utah Science. Co-authors B. O. Barker & R. C. Lamb.
  1973
 


15:  How Does Your Program Stack Up? Utah Farmer-Stockman. Co-authors E. W. Wisniewski & R. C. Lamb
  1976 January 1
 


16:  Procedure for Simultaneous Phenotyping of ß-Casein and ß-Lactoglobulin Variants in Cow's Milk. Journal of Dairy Science
  1967
 


17:  Linkage Among Cattle Blood and Milk Polymorphisms. Genetics. Co-authors H. C. Hines, C. A. Kiddy, & E. W. Brum
  1969
 


18:  Measurement of Genetic Change in Twelve California Dairy Herds. Journal of Dairy Science. Co-authors R. C. Laben & S. W. Mead.
  1964
 


19:  Polymorphisms in Caseins of Sheep Milk. Journal of Animal Science. Co-authors T. A. Gillett, D. A. Price, & D. H. Matthews. c.2
  1973
 


20:  Blood and Milk Protein Polymorphisms in Relation to Feed Efficiency and Production Traits of Dairy Cattle. Journal of Dairy Science. Co-authors R. C. Lamb & H. C. Hines
  1971
 


21:  Behavior, Milk Yield, and Leucocytes of Dairy Cows in Reduced Space and Isolation. Journal of Diary Science. Co-authors J. L. Albrights & C. L. Sinclair.
  1974
 


22:  Environmental Lactational Variables Affecting Prolactin Concentrations in Bovine Milk. Journal of Dairy Science. Co-authors J. P. McMurtry, P. V. Malven, R. E. Erb, & R. B. Harrington
  1975
 


23:  Genetic and Environmental Effects on Serum Cholesterol of Dairy Cattle of Various Ages. Journal of Dairy Science. Co-authors R. H. Miller & R. C. Lamb
  1975
 


24:  Effects of Group, Individual, and Isolated Rearing of Calves on Weight Gain and Behavior. Journal of Dairy Science. Co-authors V. D. Warnick & C. H. Mickelsen.
  1977
 


25:  Effects of Dominance Rank Changes, Age, and Body Weight on Plasma Corticoids of Mature Dairy Cattle. Journal of Dairy Science. Co-authors C. H. Mickelsen, R. C. Lamb, A. J. Svejda, & R. V. Canfield
  1977
 


26:  Facility for Exercising Dairy Cows. Journal of Dairy Science. Co-authors M. J. Anderson, R. C. Lamb, C. H. Mickelsen, J. T. Blake, & J. D. Olsen
  1977
 


27:  Social Rank and Physiological Traits of Dairy Cows as Influenced by Changing Group Membership. Journal of Dairy Science. Co-author J. L. Albright
  1976
 


28:  Effect of Exercise on Glucocorticoids and Other Cellular Components of Blood. Journal of Dairy Science. Co-authors J. L. Walters & R. C. Lamb.
  1978
 


29:  Feed Intake, Weight Gain, and Behavioral Activity of Heifers on an Electronic or a Tie-Up Feeding System. Journal of Dairy Science. Co-author M. J. Anderson
  1979
 


30:  Factors Affecting Lying Behavior and Stall Utilization of Dairy Cattle. Applied Animal Ethology . Co-author J. L. Walters
 
 


31:  Differences in grazing and milking behavior in high and low breeding index cows. Proceedings of the N.Z. Society of Animal Production. co-author R. Kilgour. c.2
  1982
 


32:  Cattle Behavior. Journal of Dairy Science. Co-author J. L. Albright
  1981
 


33:  Some Observations on the Role of Behavior in Cattle Production and Future Research Needs. Applied Animal Ethology. Co-authors J. F. Hurnik & T. H. Friend.
  1983
 


34:  Semi-lethal Abnormality of Limbs in Jersey Cattle. Journal of Dairy Science. Co-authors R. C. Lamb & J. L. Shupe
  1971

 

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1:  Wake Up, America! Remarks delivered at the 28th Annual Convention of The National Limestone Institute
  1973
 


2:  The Environment: A Reclamation Priority!Government pamphlet.
  undated
 


3:  Action Now: The Reclamation Program!Government pamphlet
  1972
 


4:  Federal Excavation Technology Program 1971 Annual Report. Federal Council for Science and Technology
 
 


5:  Consideration of Alternatives in Decision making. Paper to be presented at the Conference on Construction's Impact on the Environment
  1973
 


6:  National Energy Forum. United States National Committee of the World Energy Conference
  1971
 


7:  Interior's Bureau of Reclamation. Government brochure
  undated
 


8:  Tunnels. United States Department of the Interior
  1972
 


9:  Stillwater Tunnel: A Practical Laboratory. A Research Program for Rapid Underground Construction
  1971

 

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10:  Report of the United States Delegation Visit to the Soviet Union. U.S.-U.S.S.R. Exchange Agreement
  1972
 


11:  Environmental Policy Considerations. Compilation of papers presented at the 1973 ASCE National Meeting on Water Resources Engineering
 
 


12:   Recycling of Land Resources. Department of the Interior News Release. Paper presented at 1972 joint conference of the American Society of Civil Engineers and the Institution of Civil Engineers of Great Britain
  1972 November 15
 


13:  Dam Construction and the Environment. Commission International des Grands Barrages
  1973
 


14:   Is There Enough Water? Department of the Interior News Release. Remarks at the Natural Resources Conference of the American Farm Bureau Federation annual meeting
  1972 December 12
 


15:  Water and Wyoming's Future. Department of the Interior News Release. Speech at the meeting with Associated General Contractors
  1972 December 7
 


16:  No title. Department of the Interior News Release . Speech before the Upper Missouri Water Users Association
  1972 December 6
 


17:  The Stillwater Tunneling Project of the Bureau of Reclamation. Paper to be presented at the 8th Canadian Symposium on Rock Mechanics
  1972
 


18:   How Can We Meet the Challenge of Our Water Needs? Department of the Interior News Release. Keynote Address at 1972 fall convention of the Irrigation Districts Association of California
  1972 November 29
 


19:   A Backward Glance--A Forward Look. Department of the Interior News Release. Address before the annual convention of the National Water Resources Association
  1972 November 16
 


20:  Water Resources and the Soviet Republic. Department of the Interior News Release. Address before the Salt Lake City Rotary Club
  1972 November 14
 


21:  Following Reclamation's Early Footsteps. Department of the Interior News Release. Speech at the 5th Annual Archives Administrative Symposium
  1972 November 12
 


22:   The Future of Energy in Latin America. Department of the Interior News Release. Speech at the 12th Convention of the Pan American Federation of Engineering Societies
  1972 October 31
 


23:   Thirty-Six Years of Recreation Partnership. Department of the Interior News Release. Remarks at 36th Anniversary Observance of the Lake Mead National Recreation Area
  1972 October 14
 


24:  Competitive or Multi-Use of Water? Department of the Interior News Release. Speech at the annual meeting of the Association of Western State Engineers.
  1972 September 12
 


25:   What Can Go Underground? Department of the Interior News Release. Remarks at the 1972 Engineering Conference on Earthquake Protection of Underground Utility Structures
  1972 September 10
 


26:   The Magic of Water. Department of the Interior News Release . Speech at the dedication of the Gunnison Tunnel as a National Historic Landmark of the American Society of Civil Engineers
  1972 August 13
 


27:  The Challenges and Opportunities of Work in The Youth Conservation Corps. Department of the Interior News Release. Remarks at McCook College
  1972 August 17
 


28:  International Waters. Department of the Interior News Release. Address before the Canadian Water Resources Association
  1972 July 8
 


29:  The Future of a Challenging Profession. Address at Engineering Seminar Assembly, BYU
  1972 May 9
 


30:  No title. Department of the Interior News Release . Address at Coalinga, California Water Festival
  1972 April 22
 


31:  Bureau of Reclamation to Seek Improvement in Provo, Utah, River Fishery. Department of the Interior News Release
  1972 April 19
 


32:  Water and the West. Department of the Interior News Release . Speech before the Kiwanis Club of Spokane, Washington
  1972 April 13
 


33:   Rivers in the Future of the Pacific Northwest. Department of the Interior News Release. Remarks at panel discussion sponsored by the Spokane, Washington Chamber of Commerce
  1972 April 14
 


34:  Water for Survival. Department of the Interior News Release . Address before the International Symposium on Water
  1972 April 12
 


35:   A Proud Profession. Department of the Interior News Release . Address at the 50th Anniversary Conclave of Chi Epsilon, Civil Engineering National Honor Fraternity
  1972 April 8
 


36:  Quality Construction. Department of the Interior News Release. Remarks before the Naval Facilities Engineering Command
  1972 April 11
 


37:  Report of First Year Activities: Interagency Committee on Excavation Technology. Presented to the Federal Council for Science and Technology
  1972 March 3
 


38:  Great Challenges Ahead. Department of the Interior News Release. Speech before the Associated General Contractors of America
  1972 March 7
 


39:  Government, People and Resources. Department of the Interior News Release. Speech before the North Sacramento Rotary Club
  1972 February 16
 


40:  Challenge in Water Resource Planning. Department of the Interior News Release. Keynote remarks at the Bureau's Planning Conference
  1972 February 14
 


41:  The Roar From An Emerging Resource. Reclamation Era .
  1971
 


42:  No title. Department of the Interior News Release . Synopsis of remarks before the Western States Water Council
  1972 January 14
 


43:  Changing Water Uses and Supply Techniques. Department of the Interior News Release. Paper presented at the World Farm Foundation Symposium
  1971 December 10
 


44:  The Future of the Colorado. Department of the Interior News Release. Speech before the Colorado River Water Users Association
  1971 December 7
 


45:  No title. Speech at the dedication of the St. George, Utah Parkinson Power Substation
  1971 December 4
 


46:   The Water Users' Challenge. Department of the Interior News Release. Speech at the Annual Water System Management Workshop Reclamation Engineering and Research Center
  1971 December 2
 


47:   Underground Space as a Resource. Department of the Interior News Release. Remarks at the symposium on "The Underground Environment," sponsored by the Geological Society of America
  1971 November 4
 


48:   A Positive Environment. Department of the Interior News Release. Speech before the annual meeting of the National Water Resources Association
  1971 November 4
 


49:  Water Resources and Environmental Enhancement. Department of the Interior News Release. Remarks at the American Water Resources Association Conference
  1971 October 26
 


50:  Dedication to Fellowmen. Remarks at ceremonies in Santa Barbara County, California, changing the name of Cachuma Dam to Bradbury Dam
  1971 October 23
 


51:   Needed - A New Outlook for Irrigation. Department of the Interior News Release. Keynote address at the Irrigation and Drainage Specialty Conference of the American Society of Civil Engineers and American Society of Agricultural Engineers
  1971 October 6
 


52:  Summary--Energy Policy Issues For The United States During The Seventies. Department of the Interior News Release. Remarks at the National Energy Forum
  1971 September 23
 


53:  Water Development in the West. Lecture at the Public Utilities Executives Course
  1971 July 22
 


54:   Owner-Engineer-Contractor Relationships in Tunneling. Department of the Interior News Release. Keynote Address at the Engineering Foundation Third Conference on Rapid Excavation
  1971 July 12
 


55:  Man Makes the Difference. Department of the Interior News Release. Remarks at Soldier Creek, Utah Damsite
  1971 July 10
 


56:  Development of the Grand Coulee Third Powerplant. The Eighth World Energy Conference
  1971
 


57:  Action Now In Water Quantity. Department of the Interior News Release. Speech at the annual conference of the American Water Works Association
  1971 June 16
 


58:   The Government Involvement. Department of the Interior News Release. Remarks as a panel member at the Environment Conference for Associated General Contractors.
  1971 June 14
 


59:  This Is Your World. Department of the Interior News Release . Commencement Address at the State College of Southern Utah
  1971 June 5
 


60:   Public Works and the Quality of Living. Department of the Interior News Release. Remarks at American Public Works Association Ten Top Public Works Men-of-the-Year Award Ceremonies
  1971 May 13
 


61:  The Compleat Engineer. Department of the Interior News Release. Remarks at the annual meeting of the Montana Society of Engineers
  1971 May 2
 


62:  Water, Land and People. Department of the Interior News Release. Speech before the Salt Lake City, Utah, Rotary Club
  1971 April 27
 


63:  Quality Construction for People. Department of the Interior News Release. Keynote Address at the Engineering Research Conference
  1971 April 25
 


64:   Challenge of Engineering in Today's World. Department of the Interior News Release. Speech before University of Utah Student Chapter, the Rocky Mountain Student Chapter Conference, and the Utah Section, American Society of Civil Engineers joint banquet
  1971 April 23
 


65:   The Bureau of Reclamation and Project Skywater. Department of the Interior News Release. Speech before the Northern Virginia Chapter, National Society of Professional Engineers, and the National Capital Section of the American Society of Civil Engineers
  1971 April 16
 


66:   No title. Department of the Interior News Release (3/31/1971). Opening Remarks before the Senate Subcommittee on Public Works Appropriations for F.Y
  1972
 


67:  No title. Department of the Interior News Release . Statement before House Interior and Insular Affairs
  1971 March 24
 


68:  A Positive Approach to Environment. Department of the Interior News Release. Speech before the Rivers and Harbors Congress
  1971 March 18
 


69:  A Look at the Future in the Pacific Southwest. Department of the Interior News Release. Address before the California Water Resources Association
  1971 Mach 12
 


70:   Myths vs. Facts in Water Management. Department of the Interior News Release. Address at meeting of California Chapter of American Society of Civil Engineers
  1971 March 10
 


71:  No title. Department of the Interior News Release . Remarks at the annual convention of the Associated General Contractors
  1971 March 10
 


72:  People, Land and Water. Department of the Interior News Release. Delivered at a seminar of the 21st Annual University for the Presidents
  1971 March 10
 


73:   Construction To Improve the Environment. Department of the Interior News Release. Address at the 69th Annual Convention of the American Road Builders' Association
  1971 February 22
 


74:  The New Look in Reclamation. Department of the Interior News Release. Address before the Four States Irrigation Council
  1971 January 15
 


75:   New Technology for Water Resource Development. Department of the Interior News Release. Address before the American Society of Civil Engineers National Water Resources Engineering Conference.
  1971 January 12
 


76:  A Crystal Ball on California's Future. Department of the Interior News Release. Speech before the Irrigation Districts Association of California
  1971 December 2
 


77:  The Central Arizona Project--Step by Step. Department of the Interior News Release . Remarks at the annual meeting of the Central Arizona Project Association
  1970 December 1
 


78:  Challenge on the Colorado. Department of the Interior News Release. Address to the Yuma County Chamber of Commerce
  1970 November 24
 


79:   The State of Reclamation. Department of the Interior News Release. Report to the Annual Convention of the National Water Resources Association
  1970 November 19
 


80:  The Bureau of Reclamation's Role in America's Growth. Department of the Interior News Release. Remarks at the annual meeting of the American Water Resources Association
  1970 October 27
 


81:  Change, Challenge, and Opportunity. Department of the Interior News Release. Remarks to the Inland Empire Waterway Association
  1970 October 20
 


82:   Reclamation in the Meadows and Industrial Waste Areas of New Jersey. Department of the Interior News Release. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Society of Civil Engineers
  1970 October 21
 


83:  We Can Meet The Challenge. Department of the Interior News Release. Speech at the Colorado Open Space Conference
  1970 October 18
 


84:  The Proposed Engineering and Agricultural Desalting Research Facility. Department of the Interior News Release. Remarks at a seminar of the Arizona Atomic Energy Commission
  1970 October 17
 


85:  Resource Development in South Dakota. Department of the Interior News Release. Remarks at the South Dakota Water Development Association Meeting
  1970 October 9
 


86:   Environment's Challenge Is to the Now Generation. Department of the Interior News Release. Remarks at the Annual Meeting of the Western Region of the American Concrete Pip Association
  1970 October 7
 


87:   Reclamation: A Successful Past And A Promising Future. Department of the Interior News Release. Paper distributed at a luncheon meeting of The American Institute of Consulting Engineers
  1970 October 7
 


88:  Federal-State Representatives Consider Western Water Plan Study Prospectus. Department of the Interior News Release.
  1970 September 30
 


89:  The Western United States Water Plan Study. Department of the Interior News Release. Report to the Missouri Basin Inter-agency Committee
  1970 September 17
 


90:  Water Use in Oklahoma. Department of the Interior News Release. Remarks at the annual meeting of the Oklahoma Water Users Association
  1970 September 12
 


91:  No title. Department of the Interior News Release. Remarks at the Groundbreaking Ceremony of Valley Center Project
  1970 August 15
 


92:  Water Resource Development for Montana. Department of the Interior News Release. Speech before the Montana Water Development Association.
  1970 October 23
 


93:   Future Water Resource Development in the Western United States. Department of the Interior News Release. Remarks at the Western Regional Meeting of the National Society of Professional Engineers
  1970 August 14
 


94:   A Search for Ideas. Department of the Interior News Release . Remarks at the annual meeting of the Universities Council on Water Resources
  1970 July 27
 


95:   Construction Research in a Federal Agency - The Bureau of Reclamation. Department of the Interior News Release. Paper presented before the annual meeting of the American Society of Civil Engineers
  1970 July 17
 


96:   No title. Department of the Interior News Release . Presentation at the panel discussion on Comprehensive planning at the Organization of Economic Cooperation and Development
  1970 July 15
 


97:  The Undersea Aqueduct - A New Concept in Transportation. Transportation Engineering Journal
  1972
 


98:   The Need for Research and Development of Appropriate Tunnel Linings and Strata Support Systems for Rapid Excavation. Department of the Interior News Release. Remarks at the Engineering Foundation Research Conference on Rapid Excavation
  1970 July 14
 


99:  Modern Developments in Comprehensive River Basin, Interbasin, and Regional Planning. Department of the Interior News Release. Remarks at the Western Resources Conference
  1970 July 9
 


100:   No title. Department of the Interior News Release . Remarks at the closing session of the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development Advisory Conference on Tunneling
  1970 June 26
 


100:   No title. Department of the Interior News Release . Remarks at the Opening Session of the OECD Advisory Conference on Tunneling
  1970 June 22
 


102:  A Government Overview on Water Conservation and Use. Department of the Interior News Release. Keynote Address before an American Iron and Steel Institute seminar
  1970 June 9
 


103:  Water is Money in the Bank. Department of the Interior News Release. Remarks at the Dedication Ceremony of Glen Elder Dam
  1970 June 6
 


104:  A Great Name for a Great Dam. Department of the Interior News Release. Address at the dedication of Arthur V. Watkins Dam
  1970 May 23
 


105:   North Dakota and the Worth of Irrigation. Department of the Interior News Release. Remarks at the groundbreaking ceremony for the McClusky Canal of the Garrison Diversion Unit
  1970 May 17
 


106:  Problems of Engineering in Today's World. Department of the Interior News Release. Remarks before the 11th Annual Engineering Symposium
  1970 April 18
 


107:   Engineers are Environmentalists. Department of the Interior News Release. Remarks at the Metropolitan Student Day Conference on Civil Engineering and Environment
  1970 April 5
 


108:  Let's Be Positive. Department of the Interior News Release . Speech before the Conservation Congress II
  1970 April 2
 


109:  Water, The Catalyst of Kern County's Future. Department of the Interior News Release. Speech at the Water Association of Kern County Annual Banquet.
  1970 April 1
 


110:  Reclamation is People! Department of the Interior News Release. Remarks before the National Rivers and Harbors Congress
  1970 March 19
 


111:  Safety in the Challenging 70's. Department of the Interior News Release. Remarks before the Western States Safety Supervisors' Conference
  1970 March 11
 


112:  Change and Challenge. Department of the Interior News Release. Remarks before the Pacific Southwest Inter-Agency Committee Banquet
  1970 March 11
 


113:   Construction and Environment. Department of the Interior News Release. Remarks before the annual meeting of the Associated General Contractors of America
  1970 March 10
 


114:   New Concepts for Water Projects. Department of the Interior News Release. Remarks to the 26th Annual Convention of the Texas Water Conservation Association.
  1970 February 27
 


115:  The Republican River Valley. Department of the Interior News Release. Remarks before the Republican Valley Conservation Association
  1970 February 26
 


116:  Bureau of Reclamation Activities on Water Projects in Southeast Asia. Department of the Interior News Release. Remarks before the Water Supply and Sanitation Seminar
  1970 January 21
 


117:   A Homecoming to Nebraska. Department of the Interior News Release. Remarks before the Nebraska Reclamation Association and the Nebraska State Irrigation Association
  1969 December 5
 


118:  No title. Department of the Interior News Release. Remarks before the National Reclamation Association
  1969 October 24
 


119:  Development of Tunneling Methods and Controls. Journal of the Construction Division
  1970
 


120:  The St. Lawrence Power and Seaway Project: A Civil Engineering Challenge. Crom Lectures on Civil Engineering Design
  undated
 


121:  The Civil Engineer in Government. Crom Lectures on Civil Engineering Design
  undated
 


122:  An Interview with Ellis L. Armstrong. Public Works Oral History
  1987

 

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1:  Social Studies and Science Activities Manual. Early Education Correspondence Course. Co-author Margaret E. Green. Illustrated by Dorthea Morgan
  1972
 


2:  Mathematics Manual. Early Education Correspondence Course ). Co-author Margaret E. Green. Illustrated by Dorthea Morgan
  1972

 

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1:  Planning an Iron Industry for Utah, 1851-1858. The Huntington Library Quarterly
  1958
 


2:  The Intellectual Tradition of the Latter-Day Saints. Dialogue
  1969
 


3:  The Search for Truth and Meaning in Mormon History. Dialogue
  1968
 


4:  Objectives of Mormon Economic Policy. The Western Humanities Review.
  1956
 


5:  Charles Mackay and His "True and Impartial History" of the Mormons. Utah Historical Quarterly
  1968
 


6:  The Intellectual Tradition of Mormon Utah. Address to plenary session of the Utah Academy of Sciences, Arts, and Letters upon receiving the Charles H. Redd Award
  1968
 


7:  From Apache-Hunting to Hosting America: The Economic Development of Arizona, 1863-1950. Arizona Review
  1969
 


8:  Idaho and the Great Depression. Idaho Yesterday)
  1969
 


9:  From Panning Gold to Nuclear Fission. Idaho Yesterday. c.2
  1962
 


10:  Camp in the sagebrush: Camp Floyd, Utah, 1858-1861. Utah Historical Quarterly. Co-author Thomas G. Alexander
 
 


11:  Inland to Zion: Mormon Trade on the Colorado River 1864-1867. Arizona and the West. c.2
  1966
 


12:  Scholarly Studies of Mormonism in the Twentieth Century. Dialogue
  1966
 


13:  Cooperative Community in the North: Brigham City, Utah. Utah Historical Quarterly
  1965
 


14:  The Secularization of Mormon History and Culture. Ts Ms.
  undated
 


15:  L'Economia Americana Nell'era Atomica e Dell'automazione. Istituto di Storia Ecoomica e Sociale. c.2
  1960
 


16:  Utah's Small Arms Ammunition Plant during World War II. Pacific Historical Review. Co-author Thomas G. Alexander
  1965
 


17:  The Changing Economic Structure of the Mountain West, 1850-1950. Utah State University Press, Monograph Series
  1963
 


18:  Religion and Planning in the Great Basin, 1847-1900. Proceedings of the 32nd Annual Conference of the Western Economic Association
  1957
 


19:  The Deseret Agricultural and Manufacturing Society in Pioneer Utah. Utah Historical Quarterly
  1956
 


20:  Taxable Income in Utah, 1862-1872. Utah Historical Quarterly
  1956
 


21:  The Mormon Cotton Mission in Southern Utah. The Pacific Historical Review.
  1956
 


22:  From Wilderness to Empire: The Role of Utah in Western Economic History. Monograph No. 1, Institute of American Studies, University of Utah
  1961
 


23:  Reclamation in Three Layers: The Ogden River Project, 1934-1965. Pacific Historical Review. Co-author Lowell Dittmer
  1966
 


24:  The Utah Military Frontier, 1872-1912: Forts Cameron, Thornburgh, and Duchesne. Utah Historical Quarterly. Co-author Thomas G. Alexander
  1964
 


25:  Banking Enterprises in Utah, 1847-1880. The Business History Review
  1955
 


26:  Origin of the Welfare Plan of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Brigham Young University Studies. Co-author Wayne K. Hinton.
  undated
 


27:  Utah's First Line of Defense: The Utah National Guard and Camp W. G. Williams, 1926-1965. Utah Historical Quarterly . Co-author Thomas G. Alexander
  1965
 


28:  The U.S. Army Overlooks Salt Lake Valley: Fort Douglas, 1862-1965. Utah Historical Quarterly. Co-author Thomas G. Alexander
  1965
 


29:  World's Largest Military Reserve: Wendover Air Force Base, 1941-63. Utah Historical Quarterly. Co-author Thomas G. Alexander
  1963
 


30:  Supply Hub of the West: Defense Depot Ogden, 1941-1964. Utah Historical Quarterly. Co-author Thomas G. Alexander
  1964
 


31:  Anchors Aweigh in Utah: The U.S. Naval Supply Depot at Clearfield, 1942-1962. Utah Historical Quarterly. Co-author Archer L. Durham.
  1963
 


32:  A World Divided in an Age of Space: A Symposium. The Western Humanities Review.
  1961
 


33:  The U and I Sugar Company in Washington. Pacific Northwest Quarterly
  1966
 


34:  The Defense Industry of Utah. Utah State Planning Program , Economic and Population Studies. Co-author George Jensen
  1965
 


35:  Utah's Emerging Metropolis: The Wasatch Front. Ts Ms. Co-author George Jensen
 
 


36:  Property Among the Mormons. Rural Sociology.
  1951
 


37:  Mormon Finance and the Utah War. Utah Historical Quarterly
  1952
 


38:  Crusade against Theocracy: the Reminiscences of Judge Jacob Smith Boreman of Utah, 1872-1877. The Huntington Library Quarterly. Editor
  1960
 


39:  The Deseret Telegraph--A Church-owned Public Utility. Journal of Economic History)
  1951
 


40:  The Richest Hole on Earth: A History of the Bingham Copper Mine. USU Monograph Series. Co-author Gary B. Hansen. c.2
  1963
 


41:  The Provo Woolen Mills: Utah's First Large Manufacturing Establishment. Utah Historical Quarterly.
  1953
 


42:  The Settlement of the Brigham Young Estate, 1877-1879.The Pacific Historical Review
  1951

 

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43:   Utah: A Study of the Impacts of Research and Development and Research-Based Manufacturing in Utah. The George Washington University. Prepared under contract C-394 with the National Science Foundation and subcontract No. 1 with Utah State University.
  1965
 


44:  The commercialization of Utah's Economy: Trends and Developments from Statehood to 1910. Ts Ms
  1964
 


45:  Utah's Pioneer Beet Sugar Plant: The Lehi Factory of the Utah Sugar Company. Utah Historical Quarterly
  1966
 


46:  The Economic Development of Utah. Address delivered at the Annual Fellowship Banquet of the Utah Academy of Sciences, Arts, and Letters
  1965
 


47:  Water for Urban Reclamation: The Provo River Project. USU Resource Series. Co-author Thomas G. Alexander
  1966
 


48:  Religion and Planning in the Far West: The First Generation of Mormons in Utah. The Economic History Review Co-author P. A. M. Taylor
  1958
 


49:  The Industrial Structure of the Mountain West, 1850-1950. Proceedings of the 36th Annual Conference of the Western Economic Association.
  1961
 


50:  The U.S. Army in Cedar Valley: Camp Floyd, Utah, 1858-1861. Presented to the Western History Association. Co-author Thomas G. Alexander
  1963
 


51:  Sentinels on the Desert. Utah Historical Quarterly. Co-author Thomas G. Alexander.
  1964
 


52:  Arizona in the Great Depression Years. Arizona Review
  1968
 


53:  Science, Government, and Enterprise in Economic Development: The Western Beet Sugar Industry. Agricultural History. c.2
  1967
 


54:  Comparison of Income Changes in the Western States, 1929-1960. The Western Economic Journal. Co-author George Jensen
  1963
 


55:  Brigham Young and the Great Basin Economy. 1962 Seminar on Brigham Young
 
 


56:  Economic History of a Mormon Valley. Pacific Northwest Quarterly
  1955
 


57:  Cassandra in Pursuit of Clio: Or, Why Economists Become Historians. Delivered at a luncheon of the pacific Coast Branch, American Historical Association
  1964
 


58:  Saints Without Halos. The Sunstone Review. Co-author Davis Bitton.
  1982
 


59:  Launching Idaho's Beet Sugar Industry. Idaho Yesterday.
  1965
 


60:  Faith and Intellect as Partners in Mormon History. Leonard J. Arrington Mormon History Lecture Series
  1995
 


61:  Impact of Defence Spending on the Economy of Utah. Utah State Planning Program, Economic and Population Studies. Co-author George Jensen
  1967

 

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1:  Genetic Foundations and the Potential Use of New Plant Germplasm Fort Keogh Research Symposium. Co-authors W. T. Hansen II & W. H. Horton
  1987

 

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1:  Effect of Irrigation Frequency on the Average Evapotranspiration for Various Cro-Climate-Soil Systems. American Society of Agricultural Engineers. Co-authors A. L. Norero & J. Keller. c.2
  1969
 


2:  Study Objectives for Introduction to Weather and Climate. USU.
  undated
 


3:  Climate and Living Organisms: A Series of Notes on Bioclimatology. USU
  1966
 


4:   Effect of Irrigation, Harvest Interval, and Nitrogen on the Yield and Nutrient Composition of Napiergrass (Pennisetum purpureum). Agronomy Journal. Co-author Modesto Capiel
  1972
 


5:  The Fudge Expands. Utah Science . Co-authors E. Arlo Richardson & Lois M. Cox
  1968
 


6:  Climatic Problems in Orchard Heating. Proceedings of the Utah State Horticulture Society. Co-author E. Arlo Richardson
  1962
 


7:  New Rules for an Old Game. Utah Science. Co-authors Lois M. Cox & E. Arlo Richardson.
  1968
 


8:  Soil Moisture Tension as a Measure of Water Removal Rate from Soil and Its Relation to Weather Factors. Soil Science Proceedings. Co-author Sterling A. Taylor
  1953

 

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1:  Kenya's Spatial Dimensions of Development Strategy. Urban Geography. Co-author Gary L. Gaile
  1991

 

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1:  Peer Relationships of the Academically Gifted: A Review. Gifted Child Quarterly. Co-author Dianne C. Draper
  1981
 


2:  The Relationship Among peer Acceptance, Social Impact, and Academic Achievement in Middle Childhood. American Education Research Journal. Co-author Dianne C. Draper.
  1984
 


3:  Analysis of Adult-Neonate Synchrony During Speech and Nonspeech. Perceptual and Motor Skillsl. Co-author J. Craig Peery
  1983

 

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1:  Minimizing Browsing Damage by Deer: Landscape Planning for Wildlife. Utah Division of Wildlife Resources. Co-author A. B. Hash
 

 

Austin, Lloyd Hale

 
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1:  Outlet Transitions with Triangular-Shaped Baffles. Journal of the Irrigation and Drainage Division. Co-authors Gaylord V. Skogerboe & Ray S. Bennett
  1971

 

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