Gobena Huluka Publications

  1. Watts, D., H. Torbert, S. Prior and G. Huluka.  2010. Long-term tillage and poultry litter impacts soil carbon and nitrogen mineralization and fertility. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. 74:1239-1247.
  2. Huluka, G., S.H. Norwood, J.N. Shaw and P.L. Mask. 2006. Airborne Imagery for Rapid Crop Productivity Assessments. Proceedings of the 8th International Precision Agriculture, D. Mula, et al. (edi). CD-ROM Version.
  3. Huluka, G. 2006. The Bleak Fate of Oromo Natural Resources in the Era of Globalization, p64-70.  Proceedings of the 20st Oromo Studies Association (OSA), G. Huluka (edi.), Minneapolis, MN.
  4. Huluka, G.  2005. A Modification to the Adams-Evans Soil Buffer Determination Solution. Commun. Plant Soil Anal. 36: 2005-2014.
  5. Ramble O. Ankumah, LaJoyce C. Mullins and Gobena Huluka . 2003. Evaluation of the vulnerability of private wells in Houston and Geneva counties to nitrate and selected pesticides. Journal of Environmental Monitoring and Restoration. Special Issue: 3-9.
  6. R.O. Ankumah, I. Watt, G. Huluka , and A. Trotman. 2003. Influence of carbon sources on the degradation of Fenamiphos by TE1, a Rhodococcus p. pp203-211. In Uzochukwu, Schimmel and Reddy (edi.) Proceedings of the 2002 National Conference on Environmental Science and Technology, Battele Press, Columbus, OH.
  7. Teayann Tinsley, Ramble O. Ankumah, Gobena Huluka and Edward Hunter. 2003. Assessment of Nitrogen and Phosphorus Loading in Three Creeks in the Lower Tallapoosa Basin Using BASINS. Journal of Environmental Monitoring and Restoration. Special Issue: 156-167.
  8. Kebede, E., D.F. Schreiner, and G. Huluka. 2002. Economic-environmental modeling of point source pollution in Jefferson County, Alabama, USA. Journal of Environmental Management. 65:85-94.
  9. Radwan, U.A., I. Springuel, P.K. Biswas and G. Huluka . 2000. The effect of salinity on water use efficiency of Balanites aegyptiaca (L.) Del. Egyptian Journal of Biology. 2:1-7.
  10. Huluka, G . 1999. Environmental Impacts of Gold Mining in Oromia. Journal of Oromo Studies. 6:159-172.
  11. Alemayehu, M., D. R. Hileman, G. Huluka , and P.K. Biswas. 1998. Effects of elevated carbon dioxide on the growth and physiology of loblolly pine. pp93-101. In Fox and Mickler (Edi.) The Productivity and Sustainability of Southern Forest Ecosystems in a Changing Environment, Ecological Studies 128. Springer-Verlag, New York.

Last Updated: September 20, 2013