Publications

(* Student; ** Former Student; # Former Post-doc)

2024

Nelson, J.*, Liebman, M., Niemi, J., Cruse, R., Tyndall, J.C., Witte, C., James, D. (2024). The influence of prairie strips sown in midwestern corn and soybean fields on sediment discharge throughout the year. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation.  

Lewis, M.*, Tyndall, J.C., Dodd, B., Weber, M. (Forthcoming). Economic evaluation of barriers to minimize reservoir sportfish escapement. North American Journal of Fisheries Management

2023

Magala, R.*, F.E. Miguez, J.C. Tyndall, and Schulte, Lisa A. (Revision) Modeling Carbon Dynamics in Corn Cropping Systems: Evaluation and Application Based on the Longest-Running Cropping System Experiment in North America. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=4591253 or http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.4591253

Bravard, E.*, Zimmerman, E., Tyndall, J.C., James, D. (Forthcoming). Welcome to the new frontier: Introducing Extension to the next generation of conservation planning tools. Journal of Extension

Stone, T.*, Dickey, L.C.*, Summers, H.*, Thompson, J.R., Rehmann, C.R., Zimmerman, E., and JC Tyndall. (2023) A systematic review of social equity in FEWS analyses. Frontiers in Environmental Science.

Summers, Haleigh. 2023. Dissertation title: Identifying environmental, economic, and equity opportunities through a spatial lens. PhD. Graduate Program in Sustainable Agriculture and Environmental Science. Iowa State University, Ames, Iowa.

Bogert, Melanie.  2023. Thesis title: Plant and Insect Community Responses to Manure Application in Prairies. MS. Graduate Program in Sustainable and Entomology. Iowa State University, Ames, IA.

Kaardal, Morgan. 2023. Thesis Title: The other side of prairie strips: an exploration of the value of prairie strips to the beekeeping and hunting industries in Iowa. MS. Graduate Program in Sustainable Agriculture and Entomology. Iowa State University, Ames, IA.

2022

Magala, R.*, Tyndall, J.C., Schulte, L.A., (2022). Learning About Ecosystem Services with PEWI: Student Reflections. Natural Resource Ecology & Management. Iowa State University. https://doi.org/10.31274/dr-20221018-0

Audia, E.**, Schulte Moore, L.A., Tyndall, J.C. (2022) Measuring changes in financial and ecosystems service outcomes with simulated grassland restoration in a Corn Belt watershed. Frontiers in Sustainable Food Systems. Special issue: Agroecology and Ecosystem Services.

Bogert, M.*, Schulte Moore, L.A., Tyndall, J.C., O'Neal, M. (2022). Insect Diversity in Manure-Treated Prairie. Iowa State University Research and Demonstration Farms Progress Reports. Iowa State University Digital Press.

Bravard, E.**, Zimmerman, E., James, D., Tyndall, J.C. (2022). The Agricultural Conservation Planning Framework Financial and Nutrient Reduction Tool: A planning tool for cost effective conservationJournal of Environmental Quality.

Tyndall, J.C. (2022) Prairie and Tree Planting Tool - PT2 (1.0): A conservation decision support tool for Iowa, USAAgroforestry Systems.

Ranjan, P., Usher, E., Bates, H., Zimmerman, E., Tyndall, J.C., Morris, C.*, Koontz, T.M., Prokopy, L. (2022). Understanding barriers and opportunities for diffusion of an agricultural decision-support tool: An organizational perspective. Journal of Hydrology.

Zimmerman, E., James, D., Jordahl, J., Magala, R.*, Schulte Moore, L.A., Tyndall, J.C. (2022) Chapter 8. Agricultural Carbon Planning.  In: Schulte Moore L, Jordahl J, editors. 2022. Carbon Science for Carbon Markets: Emerging Opportunities in Iowa. CROP 3175. Iowa State University Extension and Outreach, Ames, Iowa.

2021

Janke, A., Tyndall, J.C., Bradbury, S. (2021) Financial analysis of converting rural lawns to pollinator habitat in the U.S. Corn BeltJournal of Fish and Wildlife Management.

Tyndall, J.C., Valcu Lisman, A#., Bogert, M.*, and A. Zobrodsky*. (2021) The cover crop seed industry: an Indiana case study. Journal of Applied Farm Economics. 4, no. 1 (Fall 2021).

Dean, A.*, J. Niemi, J.C. Tyndall, E. Hodgson, and M.O’Neal. (2021) Developing a decision-making framework for insect pest management: a case study using Aphis glycines (Hemiptera: Aphididae). Pest Management Science.

Murray, Caroline J., 2021. Pollinator response to prairie strips in the Iowa agricultural landscape. MS Thesis. Graduate Program in Sustainable Agriculture and Entomology. Iowa State University, Ames, IA.

Audia, Ellen M. 2021. Balancing crop and ecosystem service production in the U.S. Corn Belt through spatially targeted conservation. MS Thesis. Natural Resource Ecology & Management. Iowa State University, Ames, IA.

Bravard, Emma E. 2021. Financial data and analysis for use with the Agricultural Conservation Planning Framework. MS Thesis. Natural Resource Ecology & Management. Iowa State University, Ames, IA.

2020

Chennault, C. M.**, Valek, R.M.*, Tyndall, J.C., and L.A., Schulte (2020). PEWI: An interactive web-based ecosystem service model for a broad public audience. Ecological Modelling.

Dean, A.*, S. Pritchard, J.C. Tyndall, E. Hodgson, and M.O’Neal. (2020). Evaluating soybean aphid resistant varieties in different environments to estimate financial outcomes Journal of Economic Entomology

Khaleel, A.*, Sauer, T.J., J.C. Tyndall. (2020). Changes in deep soil organic carbon and soil properties beneath tree windbreak plantings in the U.S. Great PlainsAgroforestry Systems

Tyndall, J.C. (2020) Being cautiously optimistic: A water quality story. SUS-RURI: Proceedings of a Workshop on Developing a Convergence Sustainable Urban Systems Agenda for Redesigning the Urban-Rural Interface along the Mississippi River Watershed held in Ames, Iowa, August 12–13, 2019. https://doi.org/10.31274/isudp.35.

Zabel, Clairissa (2020). Evaluation of cover crop adoption decision support tools in the US Midwest. MS Creative Component. Department of Agronomy. Iowa State University, Ames, Iowa.

2019

Larsen, GLD.**, Tyndall, J.C., Schulte, L.A., Grudens-Schuck, N. (2019). Exploring stakeholder consensus for multiple outcomes in agriculture: an Iowa case study. Frontiers in Sustainable Food Systems (Special Issue: Agroecology and Ecosystem Services).

Zimmerman, E.*, Tyndall, J.C., Schulte, L.A. (2019) Using spatially-targeted conservation to evaluate nitrogen reduction and economic opportunities for best management practice placementEnvironmental Management.

Zimmerman, E.*, Tyndall, J.C., Schulte, L.A., D.L. Larson. (2019) Farmer and Farmland Owner Views on Spatial Targeting for Soil Conservation and Water Quality. Water Resources Research.

Trabue, S., Scoggin, K., Tyndall, J.C., Sauer, T., Hernandez-Ramirez, G., Pfeiffer, R., J. Hatfield. (2019) Odorous compounds sources and transport from a swine deep-pit finishing operation: A case study. Journal of Environmental Management. 233:12-23.

Hand, A.*, Bowman, T.**#, JC Tyndall. (2019) Influences on farmer and rancher interest in supplying woody biomass in the US Northern Great PlainsAgroforestry Systems.

Zimmerman, E. 2019. Identifying opportunities for co-production of commodities and water quality improvements in agricultural landscapes in the US Cornbelt. PhD Dissertation. Graduate Program in Sustainable Agriculture and Environmental Science. Iowa State University, Ames, Iowa.

2018

Tyndall, J.C. and J.A. Randall. (2018) VEB-Econ: An Outreach-Planning Tool for Designing Vegetative Environmental BuffersJournal of Extension. 56 (7, 7TOT3)

Roesch-McNally, G.**, Arbuckle, JG., and JC Tyndall. (2018) Barriers to implementing climate resilient agricultural strategies: The case of crop diversification in the U.S. Corn BeltGlobal Environmental Change48: 206-215.

Hand, A.M.** and J.C. Tyndall. (2018) A Qualitative Investigation of Farmer and Rancher Perceptions of Trees and Woody Biomass Production on Marginal Agricultural Land. Forests9(11), 724.

Tyndall, J.C. and J.A. Randall. (2018) VEB-Econ: A Vegetative Environmental Buffer decision support tool for environmental quality managementJournal of Forestry. 116 (6), 573-580.

Roesch-McNally, G.**, Arbuckle, JG., Tyndall JC. (2018) Soil as social-ecological feedback: Examining the “ethic” of soil stewardship among Corn Belt farmers. Rural Sociology. DOI10.1111/ruso.12167

Basche, A., Roesch-Mcnally, G.*, Clay, R.*, Arbuckle, JG., Tyndall, JC., Miguez, F., Bowman, T. **# (2018) The trouble with cover crops: Farmers' experiences with overcoming barriers to adoptionRenewable Agriculture and Food Systems. 33 (4): 322-333.

Khaleel, Ala. (2018) Soil carbon sequestration potential of tree windbreaks in the U.S. Great Plains. MS Thesis. Iowa State University.

2017

Schulte et al. (including J.C. Tyndall) (2017) Prairie strips improve biodiversity and the delivery of multiple ecosystem services from corn‐soybean croplands. PNAS. Early Edition: http://www.pnas.org/content/early/2017/09/26/1620229114.short

Arbuckle, J.G., Tyndall, J.C., Wright Morton, L., Hobbs, J. (2017) Climate change typologies and audience segmentation among Corn Belt farmers. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation. 72(3):205-214.

Roesch-McNally, G.*, Arbuckle, J.G., and J.C. Tyndall. (2017) What would farmers do? Adaptation intentions under a Corn Belt climate change scenario. Agriculture and Human Values. doi:10.1007/s10460-016-9719-y.

Enloe, S.**, Schulte, L.A., J.C. Tyndall. (2017) Working beyond scale challenges: Private-public partnerships as a strategy for more resilient watershed programming. Environmental Management. DOI: 10.1007/s00267-017-0905-5

Schulte, L.A., and J.C. Tyndall. (2017) Understanding Land-Use Feedbacks and Ecosystem Service Tradeoffs in Agriculture (Chapter 19). In: Learning Landscape Ecology: Concepts and Tools for Sustainable Landscapes (2nd edition). Edited by: Gergel SE and MG Turner. Springer.

Abendroth, L., L.W. Morton, E. Kladivko, R. Anex, J. Arbuckle, R. Arritt, B. Basso, L. Bowling, M. Castellano, R. Cruse, W. Dick, N. Fausey, J. Frankenberger, P. Gassman, M. Helmers, A. Kravchenko, R. Lal, F. Miguez, E. Nafziger, J. Sawyer, P. Scharf, J. Strock, J. Tyndall, A. Gassmann, D. Herzmann, C. Kling, J. Lauer, D. Mueller, N. Nkongolo, M. O’Neal, P. Owens and M. Villamil. Climate and Managing Corn-Soybean Agroecosystems 2: Findings, Implications and Recommendations. Technical Report Series: Findings and Recommendations of the USDA-NIFA funded Climate and Corn-based Cropping Systems Coordinated Agricultural Project. Iowa State University, Ames, IA. Vol 1 of 5. Pub. No. CSCAP-0197-2017.

2016

Huang, S., G. Hu, C. Chennault,** L. Su, E. Brandes, E. Heaton, L. Schulte, L. Wang , and J.C. Tyndall.  (2016) Agent-Based Modeling of Bioenergy Crop Adoption and Farmer Decision-makingEnergy. Vol. 115, Part 1 (15):1188–1201.

Roley, S., Tank, J., Tyndall, J.C., Witter, J. (2016How cost-effective are cover crops, wetlands, and two-stage ditches for nitrogen removal in the Mississippi River Basin? Water Resources & Economics. Vol.15: 43–56.

Chennault, C.M.,*, Schulte, L.A., J.C. Tyndall. (2016). PEWI: A web-based learning tool for evaluating ecosystem service tradeoffs in watersheds. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation. March/April. 71(2): 31A-36A.

Roesch, G.E*.,  Rabotyagov, S., Tyndall, J.C., Ettl, G., and S. Toth. (2016). Auctioning the Forest: A qualitative approach to exploring stakeholder responses to building on forest ecosystem services. Small Scale Forestry. 15(3): 321-333.

Schulte, L.A., C.M. Chennault,** N. Grudens-Schuck, J.C. Tyndall, and R. Valek. 2016. Getting into Soil and Water Virtually with PEWI. Getting Into Soil and Water 2016:24-25.

Zimmerman, E.* 2016. Learning how to have our cake and eat it, too: identifying opportunities for co-production of commodities and ecosystem services in Iowa. Field Notes 7:28-31.

Roesch-McNally, Gabrielle (2016) Agricultural transformations: climate change adaptation and farmer decision making. PhD Dissertation. Graduate Program in Sustainable Agriculture and The Department of Sociology. Iowa State University. Ames, Iowa.

Wright Morton, L., L. Abendroth, R. Anex, J. Arbuckle, R. Arritt, M. Castellano, R. Cruse, J. Frankenberger, M. Helmers, E. Kladivko, M. O’Neal, P. Scharf, B. Basso, L. Bowling, W. Dick, N. Fausey, A. Gassmann, D. Herzmann, P. Gassman, C. Kling, A. Kravchenko, R. Lal, J. Lauer, F. Miguez, D. Mueller, E. Nafziger, N. Nkongolo, P. Owens, J. Sawyer, J. Strock, J. Tyndall, and M. Villamil. Climate and Managing Corn-Soybean Agroecosystems: Findings, Implications and Recommendations. Technical Report Series: Findings and Recommendations of the USDA-NIFA funded Climate and Corn-based Cropping Systems Coordinated Agricultural Project. Iowa State University, Ames, IA. Vol 1 of 5. Pub. No. CSCAP-0195-2016.

2015

Doudna, J.**, O'Neal, M., Tyndall, J.C., Helmers, M. (2015). Perspectives of extension agents and farmers toward an ecosystem service paradigm in the United States Corn Belt. Journal of Extension.

Prokopy, L., Arbuckle, J. G., Barnes, A. P., Haden, V. R., Hogan A., Niles, M. T.,  J.C. Tyndall. (2015) Farmers and Climate Change: A Cross-National Comparison of Beliefs and Risk Perceptions in High Income Countries. Environmental Management. DOI 10.1007/s00267-015-0504-2.

Tyndall, JC., J. G. Arbuckle Jr., L. Wright Morton, L. Stalker Prokopy, T. Haigh, C. Knutson,and M. Widhalm. (2015). New Atlas features Corn Belt farmers' perspectives in agriculture and climate. Journal of Extension 53, 1, 1TOT9.

Knoot, T. G.#, M. E. Shea, L. A. Schulte, J. C. Tyndall, M. D. Nelson, C. H. Perry, and B. J. Palik. (2015) Forest change in the Driftless Area of the Midwest: From a preferred to undesirable future. Forest Ecology and Management. 341: 110-120.

McGranahan, D.**, Brown, P., Schulte, L., Tyndall, J.C. (2015) Associating conservation/production patterns in U.S. farm policy with agricultural land-use in three Iowa, USA townships, 1933-2002Land Use Policy. 45: 76-85.

Larsen, GL.D.**, L.A. Schulte, and J.C. Tyndall. (2015). How should Iowa's agricultural landscape look? Rootstalk 1:41-46. 

Arbuckle, J.G., Tyndall, J.C. and E. Sorensen* (2105) Iowan's perspectives on targeted approaches for multiple-benefit agriculture. Iowa State University, Department of Sociology. Paper 1038.

Landhuis, Justin T., Analysis of adaptive capacity and governance surrounding an invasive pest, the Emerald Ash Borer, in Iowa (2015). MS Thesis. Iowa State University, Ames, IA. . 14203. https://lib.dr.iastate.edu/etd/14203.

Church, Sarah P., Tonya Haigh, Melissa Widhalm, Linda Stalker Prokopy, J. Gordon Arbuckle Jr., Jon Hobbs, Tricia Knoot #, Cody Knutson, Adam Loy, Amber Saylor Mase, Jean McGuire, Lois Wright Morton, John Tyndall, 2015. Farmer Perspectives on Agricultural Practices, Information, and Weather Variability in the Corn Belt: A Statistical Atlas, Volume 2. CSCAP-0184-2015. West Lafayette, IN. Purdue University Research Repository. doi:10.4231/R79W0CFS

2014

Enloe, S.**, Schulte, L.A., Tyndall, J.C. (2014). Toward a collaborative approach to watershed management: Lessons learned from the Boone River watershed, Iowa. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation. 69 (5): 149A-153A.

Arbuckle J, Hobbs J, Loy A, Wright-Morton L, Prokopy L, Tyndall JC. (2014) Understanding farmer perspectives on climate change: Toward effective communication strategies for adaptation and mitigation in the Corn Belt. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation. 69 (6): 505-516.

Tyndall JC, Roesch G*. (2014). A Standardized Approach to the Financial Analysis of Structural Water Quality BMPs. Journal of Extension. Vol. 52, Num. 3, 3FEA10.

Loy, A., J.Hobbs, J. G. Arbuckle Jr., L. Wright Morton, L. Stalker Prokopy, T. Haigh, T. Knoot #, C. Knutson, A. Saylor Mase, J. McGuire, J. Tyndall, and M. Widhalm, 2014. Farmer Perspectives on Agriculture and Weather Variability in the Corn Belt: A Statistical Atlas. CSCAP 0153-2013. Ames, IA: Cropping Systems Coordinated Agricultural Project (CAP): Climate Change, Mitigation, and Adaptation in Corn-based Cropping Systems. (PDF)

Hand, A. 2014. A mixed-methods exploration of farmer and rancher interest in supplying woody biomass in the U.S. Northern Great Plains. M.S. Thesis. Iowa State University.

Enloe, S. 2014. Toward a collaborative model of surface water management: lessons from the Boone River watershed nutrient management initiative. M.S. Thesis. Iowa State University, Ames, Iowa.

Chennault, C. 2014. People in Ecosystems/Watershed Integration: Visualizing ecosystem services tradeoffs in agricultural landscapes. M.S. Thesis. Iowa State University.

2013

Christianson L**, Tyndall JC. Helmers M. (2013) Financial Comparison of Seven Nitrate Reduction Strategies for Midwestern Agricultural Drainage. Water Resources & Economicshttp://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.wre.2013.09.001

Christianson L**, Knoot T, Larsen D**, Tyndall JC, Helmers M. (2013) Adoption Potential of Nitrate Mitigation Practices: An Ecosystem Services Approach. International Journal of Sustainable Agriculturehttp://dx.doi.org/10.1080/14735903.2013.835604

Tyndall JC, Schulte L, Liebman M, Helmers M. (2013) Field-Level Financial Assessment of Contour Prairie Strips for Environmental Quality Enhancement. Environmental Management. 52(3): 736-747.

McGranahan D**, Brown P, Schulte L, Tyndall JC. (2013) A historical primer on the U.S. farm bill: Supply management and conservation policy Journal of Soil and Water Conservation. 68 (3), 67A-73A.

Arbuckle J, Prokopy L (10 authors including five students*; JC Tyndall) (2013) Climate Change Beliefs, Concerns, and Attitudes toward Adaptation and Mitigation among Farmers in the Midwestern United States.  Climatic Change. 117(4): 943-950.

Enloe, S*., L.A. Schulte, and J. Tyndall. 2013. Toward strategic watershed management: lessons from the Boone River watershed program evaluation. Iowa State University, Ames, IA. (PDF)

Tyndall JC, Larsen GL Drake** (2013). Vegetative Environmental Buffers for Odor Mitigation. Pork Information Gateway. - US Pork Center of Excellence. PIG 10-2-15. (peer reviewed Extension)

2012

Grala R, Tyndall JC, Mize CW. (2012) Iowa Citizen Willingness to Pay for In-Field Windbreaks. Landscape and Urban Planning. 108 (2-4): 71–78.

Tyndall JC, Grudens-Schuck N, Harmon J, Hoff S. (2012) Social Approval of the Use of the Community Assessment Model for Odor Dispersal: Results from a Citizens Survey. Environmental Management. 50(2):315-28.

Bowman T*, Thompson J, Tyndall JC (2012) Resident, Developer, and Civic Official Perceptions of Alternative Subdivision Design Approaches. Landscape and Urban Planning.  107: 43-54.

Hernandez G, Trabue S, Sauer T, Pfeiffer R, JC Tyndall. (2012) Odor mitigation with tree buffers: swine production case study. Agriculture, Ecosystem & Environment 149:154-163.

Bowman T*, Tyndall JC, Thompson J, Kliebenstein J, Colletti JP. (2012) Multiple approaches to valuation of conservation subdivision and low-impact development in residential subdivisionsJournal of Environmental Management. 104C:101-113.

Bowman T*, Thompson JR, Tyndall JC, Anderson P. (2012) Land Cover Analysis for Urban Foresters and Municipal Planners: Examples from Iowa. Journal of Forestry. 110: 25-33.

Grudens-Schuck, N., and GL D. Larsen**. 2012. Using Delphi to track shifts in meanings of scientific concepts in a long-term, expert-lay collaboration on sustainable agriculture research in the Midwest. Pages 163-171 in the Proceedings of the conference Between Scientists and Citizens: Assessing Expertise in Policy Controversies.

Jarchow, M.E., et al. (Including the PLUS Lab's GL D. Larsen*, MR Petrehn*) (2012). The future of agriculture and society in Iowa: Four scenarios. International Journal of Agricultural Sustainability 10:76-92.

2011

Tyndall JC, Hoff S, Harmon J, Grudens-Schuck N. (2011) The Community Assessment Model for Odor Dispersion: A Program Evaluation. Journal of Extension. 49(4), 4FEA7.

Christianson L*, Tyndall JC. (2011) Seeking a Dialog: Targeted Technologies for Sustainable Agricultural Systems in the US Cornbelt. Sustainability: Science, Policy & Practice. Volume 7, Issue 2.

Tyndall JC, Schulte L, Hall R, Gruhb K*. (2011) Woody Biomass in the U.S. Cornbelt? Constraints and Opportunities in the Supply from Two Regions. Biomass and Bioenergy. 35:1561-1571.

Tyndall JC, Berg E*, Colletti JP (2011) Corn Stover as a Dedicated Feedstock in Iowa’s Bio-economy: An Iowa Farmer Survey. Biomass and Bioenergy. 35:1485-1495.

Larsen, GL D*. 2011. Farming for ecosystem services: a case study of multifunctional agriculture in Iowa, USA. M.S. Thesis. Iowa State University, Ames, IA.

Petrehn, MR*. 2011. Mapping the social landscape of working grasslands in the Corn Belt: stakeholder perceptions of the multifunctionality of Iowa grazing systems. M.S. Thesis. Iowa State University, Ames, IA.

Bowman, T*. 2011. Residential development choices and consequences: Urban land cover change, perceptions and value of alternative subdivision designs, and the benefits of protected ecosystem services. PhD Dissertation. Iowa State University, Ames, IA.

Tyndall JCWallace D. 2011 Windbreaks: A “Fresh” Tool to Mitigate Odors from Livestock Production Facilities. USDA National Agroforestry Center. AF Note 41. 4p.

2010

Tyndall JC, Schulte L, Hall R. (2010) Potential of Woody Biomass in the U.S. Cornbelt: Opinions of Professional Foresters. Small Scale Forestry. 10(3): 287-303.

Tyndall JC, Hoff S, Harmon J. (2010) User Assessment of the CAM Livestock Production Siting Model. Applied Engineering in Agriculture. 26(5): 927-933.

Grala RK, Tyndall JC, Mize CW. (2010) Impact of field windbreaks on visual appearance of agricultural lands. Agroforestry Systems 80(3): 411-422.

Knoot T*, Schulte L, Tyndall JC, Palik B. (2010) The state, resilience, and potential future of disturbance-dependent oak forests as perceived by regional change agents. Ecology & Society. 15(4): 5.

Schulte LA, Donahey J**, Gran L**, Isenhart T, Tyndall JC. (2010) People in Ecosystems/Watershed Integration (PE/WI): a dynamic watershed tool for linking agroecosystem outputs to land use and land cover. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation. 65(2): 33A-36A.

Tyndall JC, Grala RK. 2010. Financial perspectives on the use of vegetative environmental buffers for swine odor management. Iowa State University 2010 Animal Industry Report. A.S. Leaflet R2533.

2009

Tyndall JC. (2009) Characterizing Pork Producer Demand for Shelterbelts to Mitigate Odor: An Iowa Case Study. Agroforestry Systems. 77(3): 205-221.

Tyndall JC, Grala RC. (2009) Financial Feasibility of Using Shelterbelts for Swine Odor Mitigation.  Agroforestry Systems 76:237–250.

Brandle JR, Hodges L, Tyndall JC, Sudmeyer RA. (2009) Windbreak Practices. North American Agroforestry: An Integrated Science and Practice – Second edition. American Society of Agronomy, Inc. Madison, Wisconsin.

Trabue SL., Sauer TJ, Pfeiffer RL, Hernandez Ramirez G*, Tyndall JC. 2009. Odor Mitigation with Tree Buffers: Swine Production Case Study. In: Proceedings of the 3rd International Congress on Biotechniques for Air Pollution Control, September 28-30, 2009, Delft, Netherlands. p. 296-299. (peer-reviewed)

2008

Secchi S, Tyndall JC, Schulte L, Asbjornsen H. (2008) High Crop Prices and Conservation: Raising the Stakes. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation V. 63, Number 3. pp 68-75.

Schulte L. et al., (14 authors; Tyndall, JC) (2008) A targeted conservation approach for improving environmental quality: Multiple benefits and expanded opportunities. Iowa State University Agriculture and Natural Resource Extension – PMR 1002 December 2008.

Tyndall JC, Colletti JP. (2007) Mitigating Swine Odor with Strategically Designed Shelterbelt Systems: A Review. Agroforestry Systems. 69(1):45-65.

Tyndall JC. 2008. The use and economics of vegetative environmental buffers for livestock and poultry odor mitigation. Proceedings: Mitigating Air Emissions from Animal Feeding Operations. May 19-21 Des Moines, IA.

Sauer T, Haan F, Tyndall JC, Hernandez-Ramirez G*, Trabue S, Pfeiffer R, Singer J. 2008. Vegetative Buffers for Odor Mitigation – Wind Tunnel Evaluation of Flow Dynamics. Proceedings: Mitigating Air Emissions from Animal Feeding Operations. May 19-21 Des Moines, IA.

Sauer T, Haan F, Tyndall JC, Hernandez-Ramirez G*, Trabue S, Pfeiffer R, Singer J. 2008. Wind Tunnel Evaluation of Vegetative Buffer Effects on Air Flow near Swine Production Facilities. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology Conference Proceedings.  28 April-2 May 2008, Orlando, FL. (peer-reviewed)