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    Sorption and transport of veterinary antibiotics in agroforestry buffer, grass buffer, and cropland soils [1]
    South American Cold Surges: Types, Composites, and Case Studies [1]
    Streambank erosion and risk assessment of contaminant transport in Missouri watersheds [1]
    Studies of Missouri Wind Power Potential Using Tall Tower Observations [abstract] [1]
    A study of elevated convection and its impacts on surface weather conditions [1]
    A study of emergency management policy regarding the use of tornado sirens during severe weather in the state of Missouri [1]
    A study of lightning flashes attending periods of banded heavy snowfall [1]
    A study of the connection between TV meteorologists and their viewers during severe weather broadcasts [1]
    A tall tower wind investigation of northwest Missouri [1]
    Tests of quantitative precipitation estimates using national weather service dual-polarization radar in Missouri [1]
    Thermodynamic, kinematic, and radar parameters of isolated tornadoes with and without NWS warning [1]
    Truman Policy Research [1]
    Two extreme cases of atmospheric blocking over Europe and North America [1]
    Urea fertilizer placement effects on soil greenhouse gas emissions and corn growth [1]
    Use of different sources and rates of foliar potassium with glyphosate to overcome environmental- and management-induced K deficiency in soybeans [1]
    The use of dispersion modeling to determine the feasibility of vegetative environmental buffers (VEBS) at controlling odor dispersion [1]
    The use of geomorphological and pedological soil characteristics to assess planar borrowing at a Mandan Indian village, North Dakota [1]
    Use of slow-release N fertilizer to control nitrogen losses due to spatial and climatic differences in soil moisture conditions and drainage in claypan soils [1]
    Using enstrophy-based diagnostics to examine the dynamic stability characteristics of anticyclones [1]
    Using the monthly classification of global SSTs and 500 HPA height to predict temperature and precipitation regimes one to two season in advance for the Mid-Mississippi Region [1]