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Kröger, R., E.L. Usborne, S.C. Pierce. 2013. Sediment and phosphorus accumulation dynamnics behind newly installed low-grade weirs in agricultural drainage ditches. Journal of Environmental Quality.
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Moore, M.T., R. Kröger, M.L. Locke, H.L. Tyler, C.M. Cooper. 2013. Seasonal and interspecific nutrient mitigation comparisons of three emergent aquatic macrophytes. Bioremediation Journal 17(3):148-158.
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Shoemaker, C., R. Kröger, B. Reese, S.C. Pierce. 2013. Continuous, short-interval redox data loggers: Verification and setup considerations. Environmental Science Processes and Impacts
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Kröger, R., E. Dibble, J.B. Brandt, J.P. Fleming, T. Huenemann, T. Stubbs, J.D. Prevost, T. Tietjen, K.A. Littlejohn, S.C. Pierce, M. Spickard. 2012 Spatial and temporal changes in total suspended sediment concentrations in an Oxbow Lake from implementing agricultural landscape management practices. Rivers Research and Applications
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Kröger, R., K.W. Thornton, M.T. Moore, J.L. Farris, J.D. Prevost, S.C. Pierce. 2012. Tiered collaborative strategies for reducing hypoxia and restoring the Gulf of Mexico. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation 67(3): 70A-73A.
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Kröger, R., M.T. Moore, J.R. Brandt. 2012. Current and past-use pesticide prevalence in drainage ditches in the Lower Mississippi Alluvial Valley. Pest Management Science 68(2): 303-312.
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Kröger, R., M.T. Moore, K.W. Thornton, J.L. Farris, J.D. Prevost, S.C. Pierce. 2012. Tiered on-the-ground implementation projects for Gulf of Mexico water quality improvements. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation 67 (4): 94A-99A.
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Kröger, R., R.E. Lizotte Jr., F.D. Shields Jr., E. Usborne. 2012. Inundation influences on bioavailability of phosphorus in managed wetland sediments in agricultural landscapes. Journal of Environmental Quality 41:604-614.
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Kröger, R., S.C. Pierce, K.A. Littlejohn, M.T. Moore, J.L. Farris. 2012. Decreasing nitrate-N loads to coastal ecosystems with innovative drainage management strategies in agricultural landscapes: an experimental approach. Agricultural Water Management 103:162-166.
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Lizotte Jr., R.E., F.D. Shields Jr., J.N. Murdock, R. Kröger, S.S. Knight. 2012. Mitigating water quality impacts of agricultural runoff using a managed riverine wetland. Science of the Total Environment 427-428: 373-381.
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Moore, M.T., R. Kröger, J.L. Farris, M.A. Locke,E.R. Bennett, D.L. Denton, C.M. Cooper, C.M. 2012. From vegetated ditches to rice fields: thinking outside the box for pesticide mitigation. Pages 29-37 in K.S. Goh, B.L. Bret, T.L. Potter, and J. Gan., editors, Pesticide Mitigation Strategies for Surface Water Quality. ACS Symposium Series 1075, American Chemical Society, Washington, D.C.
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Usborne, E., K.A. Littlejohn, S.C. Pierce, R. Kröger. 2012. Nutrient reduction capabilities of agricultural drainage ditch wetlands: creation and policy implications. Pages 185-202 in A. Baranya and d. Benko, editors, Wetlands: Ecology, Management and Conservation. Nova Publishers, New York, NY.

Kröger, R., M.T. Moore, J.L. Farris, M. Gopalan. 2011. Evidence for the use of low-grade weirs in drainage ditches to improve nutrient reductions from agriculture. Water, Air and Soil Pollution 221:223-234.
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Kröger, R., M.T. Moore. 2011. Chemical residence time and hydrological conditions influence treatment of fipronil in vegetated aquatic mesocosms. Journal of Environmental Quality 40:1-7.
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Kröger, R., M.T. Moore. 2011. Phosphorus dynamics within agricultural drainage ditches in the lower Mississippi Alluvial Valley. Ecological Engineering 37:1905-1909.
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Lizotte Jr., R.E., M.T. Moore, M.A. Locke, R. Kröger. 2011. Effects of vegetation in mitigating the toxicity of pesticide mixtures in sediments of a wetland mesocosm. Water, Air and Soil Pollution 220:69-79.
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Lizotte Jr., R.E., M.T. Moore, M.A. Locke, R. Kröger. 2011. Role of vegetation in a constructed wetland on nutrient-pesticide mixture toxicity to Hyalella azteca. Archives of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology (2011)60:261-271.
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McDonnell, A.W., T.J. Stubbs, R. Kröger. 2011 Recreational and commercial ponds in the southeastern United States: factors influencing nutrients and fish production. Pages 37-56 in P.L. Meyer, editor, Ponds: Formation, characteristics and uses. Nova Publishers, New York.

Pierce, S.C., R. Kröger. 2011. Low-grade weirs in agricultural ditches for sediment retention and nutrient reduction create in-stream wetlands. Wetland Science and Practice 28(1):33-39.

Kröger, R. 2010. Landscape hydrogeomorphic circumstance affects floodplain ephemeral wetland structure and composition, KNP, South Africa. Acta Ecologica Sinica 30: 280-287.
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Moore, M.T., R. Kröger, C. Jackson. 2010. Chapter 11: The role of aquatic systems in the elimination of pollutants. In: F. Sanchex-Bayo, P. van den Brink, R.M. Mann (eds). Ecological impacts of toxic chemicals, Bentham Science Publishers, New Zealand. pp.288-304.

Moore, M.T., R. Kröger, M.A. Locke, R.F. Cullum, R.W. Steinriede, S. Testa III, C.t. Bryant, R.E. Lizotte, C.M. Cooper. 2010. Nutrient mitigation capacity of Mississippi Delta drainage ditches. Environmental Pollution 158:175-184.
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Moore, M.T., R. Kröger. 2010. Agricultural drainage ditches: Mitigation wetlands for the 21st century. Research Signpost, India. ISBN 978-81-308-0376-0.

Kröger, R., L.M. Khomo, S. Levick, K.H. Rogers. 2009. Moving window analysis and riparian boundary delineation on the Northern Plains of KNP, South Africa. Acta Oecologica 35:573-580.
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Kröger, R., M.M. Holland, M.T. Moore, C.M. Cooper. 2009. Seasonal patterns of nitrogen and phosphorus losses in agricultural drainage ditches in northern Mississippi. Pages 279-289 in C.A. Hudspeth, T.E. Reeve, editors, Agricultural Runoff, Coastal Engineering and Flooding. Nova Science Publishers Inc.

Kröger, R., M.T. Moore, C.M. Cooper, M.M. Holland. 2009. Diazinon accumulation and dissipation in Oryza sativa L. following simulated agricultural runoff amendment flooded rice paddies.Water, Air, Soil Pollution 201:209-218.
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Kröger, R., M.T. Moore, M.A. Locke, R.F. Cullum, R.W. Steinriede Jr., S. Testa III, C.T. Bryant, C.M. Cooper. 2009. Evaluating the influence of wetland vegetation on chemical residence time in Mississippi Delta drainage ditches. Agricultural Water Management 96(7):1175-1179.
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Kröger, R., R.E. Lizotte, M.T. Moore. 2009. Survival, growth and body residues of Hyallela azteca (Saussure) exposed to Fipronil contaminated sediments from non-vegetated and vegetated microcosms. Bulletin of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 83:369-373.
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Moore, M.T., R. Kröger, C.M. Cooper, R.F. Cullum, S. Smith, M.A. Locke. 2009. Diazinon reduction and partioning between water, sediment and vegetation in stormwater runoff mitigation. Pest Management Science 65:1182-1188.
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Moore, M.T., R. Kröger, C.M. Cooper, S. Smith Jr. 2009. Ability of four emergent macrophytes to remediate permethrin in mesocosm experiments. Archives of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology 57(2):282-288.
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Moore, M.T., R.E. Lizotte, R. Kröger. 2009. Efficiency of experimental rice (Orzya sativa L.) fields in mitigating diazinon runoff toxicity to Hyalella azteca. Bulletin of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 82:777-780.
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Kröger, R. 2008. Chapter 13: Agricultural Wetlands. In R. Russo, editor, Wetlands: Ecology, conservation and restoration. Nova Publishers, NY

Kröger, R., C.M. Cooper, M.T. Moore. 2008. A preliminary hydrological investigation into an innovative controlled drainage strategy in surface drainage ditches: low-grade weirs. Agricultural Water Management 95(6): 678-684.
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Kröger, R., M.M. Holland, M.T. Moore, C.M. Cooper. 2008. Agricultural drainage ditches mitigate phosphorus loads as a function of hydrological variability. Journal of Environmental Quality 37:107-113.
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Kröger, R., M.T. Moore, C.M. Cooper, S. Smith Jr. 2008. Utilization of common ditch vegetation in the reduction of fipronil and its sulfone metabolite. Pest Management Science 64:1212-1217.
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