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Kenneth L Scheeringa

Agronomy 

  • Associate State Climatologist

Selected Publications

Nielsen, R., Gerber, C., & Scheeringa, K. (2006). 2006 Corn & Soybean Field Guide. Retrieved from http://www.agry.purdue.edu/dtc/guide.html

Scheeringa, K. (2005). Where are the Cucumber Beetles? (450), 1. Retrieved from http://www.entm.purdue.edu/entomology/ext/targets/vegcrop/VCH2005/VCH450.pdf

Scheeringa, K. (2005). Winter Temperatures (2004-2005) and Insect Survival in Indiana. (449), 3-Feb. Retrieved from http://www.entm.purdue.edu/entomology/ext/targets/vegcrop/VCH2005/VCH449.pdf

Grant, R., & Scheeringa, K. (2003). Correlations between ambient ozone levels and soybean yield in the midwestern United States. Environmental Pollution (submitted).

Grant, R., & Scheeringa, K. (2002). Estimating climate effects on the atmospheric contribution to the potential available inorganic nitrogen in eastern United States soils. Atmospheric Environment, 36, 1619-1630.

Brooks, A., Niyogi, D., Scheeringa, K., & Takle, B. (n.d.). Indiana Historical Climate Network (HCN) Data : Location Change and Microclimate Exposure Issues (2005) not determined at this time.

Niyogi, D., & Scheeringa, K. (2006). Winter expected to blow in with early cold before warming up. Retrieved from http://news.uns.purdue.edu/html3month/2006/061116NiyogiWinter.html

Scheeringa, K. (2006). Planting Wind Farms in Indiana. 31 slides.

Niyogi, D., Scheeringa, K., Alfieri, J., Chang, H., Fall, S., Ming, L., & Takle, B. (2006). Activities of the Indiana State Climate Office.

Scheeringa, K., & Niyogi, D. (2006). Online sources for climate data / Principles of atmospheric humidity (class lecture) slides.

Awards & Honors

(2005) Length of Service award (2005). Purdue University.


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