2000 journal article
A conceptual model and indicators for assessing the ecological condition of agricultural lands
Journal of Environmental Quality, 29(3), 728–737.
By: G. Hess, C. Campbell, D. Fiscus, A. Hellkamp, B. McQuaid, M. Munster, S. Peck, S. Shafer
Assessment of the condition of agricultural lands in six mid- Atlantic states
Journal of Environmental Quality, 29(3), 795–804.
By: A. Hellkamp, J. Bay, C. Campbell, K. Easterling, D. Fiscus, G. Hess, B. McQuaid, M. Munster ...and 5 other authors, including 3 NC State authors, G. Olson, S. Peck, S. Shafer, K. Sidik & M. Tooley
1998 journal article
Assessment of the condition of agricultural lands in five mid Atlantic states
Environmental Monitoring and Assessment, 51(1-2), 317–324.
By: A. Hellkamp, S. Shafer, C. Campbell, J. Bay, D. Fiscus, G. Hess, B. McQuaid, M. Munster ...and 5 other authors, including 2 NC State authors, G. Olson, S. Peck, K. Easterling, K. Sidik & M. Tooley
Soil quality indices of Piedmont sites under different management systems
Advances in Soil Science, (1998), 427–433.
By: B. McQuaid & G. Olson
Using ant species (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) as a biological indicator of agroecosystem condition
Environmental Entomology, 27(5), 1102–1110.
By: S. Peck, B. McQuaid & C. Campbell
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