SELECTED PUBLICATIONS 1991-2002


 Chapters in books

Randall, G.W., & M.J. Goss. 2001. Nitrate losses to surface water through subsurface, tile drainage. pp.95-122 In R.F. Follett and J.R. Hatfield (eds.) Nitrogen in the environment: sources, problems, and management. Elsevier Science, Amsterdam Netherlands.

Goss, M.J., P.D. Zwart and R.G. Kachanoski. 1996.  Transport of nitrogen, phosphorus and disease organisms from manures into surface and groundwater. p. 8.1-8.17 In: M.J Goss, P.D. Stonehouse and J.C. Giraldez (eds.) Managing Manure for Dairy and Swine - Towards Developing a Decision Support System. SOS Publications, Fair Haven, New Jersey U.S.A.

Goss, M.J., P.D. Stonehouse and J.C. Giraldez (eds.) 1996. Managing Manure for Dairy and Swine - Towards Developing a Decision Support System. SOS Publications, Fair Haven, New Jersey U.S.A.

Goss, M.J., D.A.J. Barry, D. Goorahoo and P.S. Smith. 1994. A nitrogen budget prediction of nitrate in groundwater at a farm using sewage sludge. p. 231- 236. In Clapp, C.E., W.E. Larson, and R. H. Dowdy (eds.). Sewage sludge: land utilization and the environment. SSSA misc. publication, Madison, WI.

Goss, M.J. 1993 Root distribution, growth and turnover. p 157-182. In Davies,A., R.D. Baker, S.A. Grant and A.S. Laidlaw. (eds). Sward Measurement Handbook. British Grassland Society, Reading, United Kingdom.

Goss, M.J., D.A.J. Barry and D. Goorahoo. 1992. Sources and processes associated with nutrient contamination of water resources. p 45-58. In M.H. Miller, J.E. FitzGibbon, G.C. Fox, R.W. Gillham and H.R. Whiteley (eds.) Agriculture and Water Quality. Centre for Soil and Water Conservation, Guelph, Ontario.
 

Papers and Reports

Goss, M.J. & A. de Varennes. 2002. Soil disturbance reduces the efficacy of mycorrhizal associations for early soybean growth and N2 fixation. Soil Biology and Biochemistry. 34, 1167-1173.

Goss, M.J. & A. de Varennes, P.S. Smith and J.A. Ferguson. 2002. N2 fixation by soybeans grown with different levels of mineral nitrogen, and the fertilizer replacement value for a following crop. Canadian Journal of Soil Science 82, 139-145.

Goss, M.J, K.S. Rollins, K. McEwan, J. R. Shaw & H. Lammers-Helps. 2002.b  Manure Management Regulations and Practices.  Walkerton Inquiry Commissioned Paper 6. Toronto: Ministry of the Attorney General, April 2002.

Varennes, A., de, J.P. Carneiro & M.J. Goss. 2001. Characterization of manganese toxicity in two species of annual Medics. Journal of Plant Nutrition 24, 1947-1955

Conboy, M.J. & M.J. Goss. 2001. Identification of an assemblage of indicator organisms to assess timing and source of bacterial contamination in groundwater.  Water, Air, and Soil Pollution 129, 101-118.

Conboy, M.J. & M.J. Goss. 2000. Natural protection of groundwater against bacteria of fecal origin. Journal of Contaminant Hydrology 43, 1-24

Catt, J.R., K.R. Howse, D.G. Christian, P.W. Lane, G.L. Harris & M.J.Goss. 2000. Assessment of tillage strategies to decrease nitrate leaching in the Brimstone Farm Experiment, Oxfordshire, UK. Soil & Tillage Research 53, 185-200.

Unc, A. & M. J. Goss. 2000.  Development of a Protocol for Sampling Faecal Coliform Bacteria Originating from Manure in the Vadose Zone. Water Quality Research Journal of Canada 35, 23-28.

Raina, P. S., F. L. Pollari, G. F. Teare, M. J. Goss, D. A. J. Barry, and J. B. Wilson. 1999. The relationship between E. coli indicator bacteria in well-water and gastrointestinal illnesses in rural families. Canadian Journal of Public Health 90,172-175.

Conboy, M.J. & M.J. Goss.1999. Contamination of Rural Drinking Water Wells by Fecal Origin Bacteria. Water Quality Research Journal of Canada 34, 281-303.

Goss, M.J.,  J.R. Ogilvie & D.P. Stonehouse. 1999. Developing a decision support system for manure managemment, p 25-35. In "Proceedings of the 8th International Conference on the FAO ESCORENA Network on Recycling of Agricultural Municipal and Industrial Residues in Agriculture - Ramiran 98",26-29 May, 1998, J. Martinez and M.-N. Maudet, eds. Rennes, France

Goss, M.J., K.R. Howse, D.G. Christian, J. A. Catt and T. J. Pepper. 1998. Nitrate leaching: modifying the loss from mineralized organic matter. European Journal of Soil Science 49. 649-659.

Catt, J.R., K.R. Howse, D.G. Christian, P.W. Lane, G.L. Harris and M.J.Goss. 1998. Strategies to decrease nitrate leaching in the Brimstone Farm Experiment, Oxfordshire, UK, 1988-1993: the effect of straw incorporation. Journal of Agricultural Science, Cambridge 131, 309-319.

Weersink, A., C. Dutka and M.J Goss. 1998, Crop price and risk effects on farm abatement costs. Canadian Journal of Agricultural Economics46, 171-190.

Cabral, F., E. Vasconcelos, M.J. Goss and C.MdS. Cordovil. 1998. The value and environmental impacts of pulp-mill sludge additions to forest and agricultural lands in Europe. Environmental Reviews 6, 55-64.

Goss M.J., D.A.J. Barry and D.L. Rudolph.1998. Contamination in Ontario farmstead domestic wells and its association with agriculture: 1. Results from drinking water wells. Journal of Contaminant Hydrology 32, 267-293.

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Rudolph, D.L., D.A.J. Barry and M.J. Goss. 1998. Contamination in Ontario farmstead domestic wells and its association with agriculture: 2. Results from multilevel monitoring well installations. Journal of Contaminant Hydrology 32, 295-311.

M.J.Conboy and M.J.Goss,. 1997.  Is Escherichia coli an effective predictor of health risks and source of water contamination for rural populations? Toxicology & Ecotoxicology News 4, 156-157.

Watson, C.A. and M.J. Goss, 1997.  Estimation of N2-fixation by grass-white clover mixtures in cut or grazed swards.  Soil Use and Management 13,165-167.

Goss, M.J. and D. Goorahoo. 1996 Nitrate contamination of groundwater: measurement and prediction. Fertilizer Research 42: 331-338.

Goss, M.J. and M.J. Conboy. 1996. Contaminant transport in unsaturated zones. p. 443-458.  In: J.T. Zelikoff, J. M. Lynch and J.M. Schepers (eds.)  Ecotoxicology: Responses, Biomarkers and Risk Assessment. SOS Publications, Fair Haven, New Jersey U.S.A.

Goss, M.J., E.G. Beauchamp and M.H. Miller. 1995. Can a farming systems approach help minimize nitrogen losses to the environment?. Journal of Contaminant Hydrology 20 285-297.

Goss, M.J.and D.A.J. Barry. 1995. Groundwater quality - responsible agriculture and public perceptions. Journal of Agricultural Ethics 8 52-64.

Goss, M. J. 1995. Nitrogen management - a budgetary approach. p 83-89. In (eds. L.A. Logan, R.P. Rudra, T. Lotimer and R. Clayton ). Agricultural Nitrate and Impacts on Water Quality In Ontario. Water Management Research & Service Committee, Toronto, Canada. Research & Service Committee, Toronto, Ontario Canada.

Goss, M. J. 1994.  Problems of manure management in Ontario - challenges and solutions. p. 333-228. In:  J.E. Hall (ed.). Animal Waste Management.  Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, Roma, Italy.

Goss, M. J. 1994. Biophysical criteria for the evaluation of intensive cropping and livestock management systems. p 189-201. In Wood, R.C. and J Dumanski (eds.) Proceedings of the International Workshop on Sustainable Land Management for the 21st Century. Volume 2: Plenary Papers. Agriculture Institute of Canada, Ottawa, Canada.

Goss, M.J., Ogilvie, J.R., Beauchamp, E.G., Stonehouse, D.P., Miller, M.H. and Parris, K. 1993. Current State of the Art of Manure/Nutrient Management. A report prepared for Research Branch, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, Pest Management Research Centre, London, Ontario, Canada.

Barry, D.A.J., Goorahoo, D. and Goss, M.J. 1993. Estimation of nitrate concentrations in groundwater using a whole farm nitrogen budget. Journal of Environmental Quality 22 767-775.

Goss, M.J., Miller, M.H., Bailey, L.D. and Grant, C.A. 1993. Root growth and distribution in relation to nutrient availability and uptake. European Journal of Agronomy 2 41-51.

Goss, M.J., Howse K.R., Lane, P.W., Christian, D.G. and Harris, G.L. 1993. Losses of nitrate-nitrogen in water draining from under autumn-sown crops established by direct drilling or mouldboard ploughing. Journal of Soil Science 44, 35-48.

Goss, M.J., Barry, D.A.J., and Goorahoo, D. 1993. Evaluating nitrogen budgets for assessment of the effectiveness of farming systems in limiting nitrate contamination of groundwater. p 233-235. In Agricultural Research to Protect Water Quality. Proceedings of the Conference February 21-24, 1993, Minneapolis, MN. Soil and Water Conservation Society, Ankeny, IA, USA.

Goss, M.J., Barry, D.A.J., and Goorahoo, D. 1993. Impact of animal production on soil and water quality. p 108-120. In: Proceedings of the 29th Annual Nutrition Conference for Feed Manufacturers, 20-21 April 1993, University of Guelph, Guelph, Ontario. The Canadian Feed Industry Association.

Rudolph, D & Goss, M.J. 1993. Ontario farm groundwater quality survey - summer 1992. A report prepared for Agriculture Canada, Agri-Food Development Branch, Guelph, Ontario.

Goss, M.J., M.J.G.P.R. Carvalho, V. Cosimini, M.L. Fearnhead. 1992. An approach to the identification of potentially toxic concentrations of manganese in soils. Soil Use and Management 8, 40-44.

Goss, M.J. and M.J.G.P.R. Carvalho. 1992. Manganese toxicity: the significance of magnesium for the sensitivity of wheat plants. Plant and Soil 139, 91-98.

Rudolph, D, Goss, M.J., Graham, A., Kachanoski, G., Scafe, M., Aspinal, D., Vandenbroek, B, Clegg, S, Barry, D and Stimson, J. 1992. Ontario farm groundwater quality survey - winter 1991/92. A report prepared for Agriculture Canada, Agri-Food Development Branch, Guelph, Ontario.

Catt, J.A., Christian, D.G., Goss, M.J., Harris, G.L. and Howse K.R. 1992. Strategies to reduce nitrate leaching by crop rotation, minimal cultivation and straw incorporation in the Brimstone Farm Experiment, Oxfordshire. Aspects of Applied Biology 30, 255-262.

Goss, M.J. 1991. Consequences of the effects of roots on soil. p. 171-186. In Atkinson, D. (ed.) Plant root growth. Blackwell Scientific Publications. Oxford, England.

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