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Referreed – past 5 years

Keller, M., P. M. Shresthra, G. E.  Hall, B. R. Bondada, and J. R. Davenport.  2016.  Arrested sugar accumulation and altered organic acid metabolism in grape berries affected by the berry shrivel syndrome.  AJEV 67: 389 – 406. DOI: 10.5344/ajev.2016.16048

Badr, G., G. Hoogenboom, J. Davenport, and J. Smithyman. 2015. Estimating growing season length using vegetation indices based on remote sensing: A case study for vineyards in Washington state. Trans. ASABE. 58: 551-564. (doi: 10.13031/trans. 58.10845)

Bair, K. E., J. R. Davenport, and S. Burton. 2014. Speciation of phosphorus in anthropogenically acidified soils. Soil Sci. Soc.
Am. J. 78:1474–1480 doi:10.2136/sssaj2013.12.0540

Yau, I-H., J. R. Davenport, M. M. Moyer. 2014. Developing a wine grape site suitability GIS for the inland Pacific Northwest. HortTechnology 24: 88-98.

Bair, K. E., and J. R. Davenport. 2013. Plant available phosphorus analysis for recently acidifed soils of the Columbia Basin Washington State. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. 77: 1103-1106.

Yau, I-H., J. R. Davenport, and R. A. Rupp. 2013. Characterizing inland Pacific Northwest AVAs with geospatial data. PLoSOne 8: 1 – 11 e61994.

Bair, K.E., and J.R. Davenport. 2012. Influence of recent acidification on available phosphorus indices and sorption in Washington state soils. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. 76: 515-521.

Davenport, J.R., K.E. Bair, and R.G. Stevens. 2012. The Relationship Between Soil Temperature and N Release in Organic and Conventionally Managed Vineyards. Commun. Soil Sci Plant Anal. 43: 464-470

Davenport, J.R., J.D. Lunden and T. Winkler. 2012. Wine Grape Tissue Nutrient Concentrations in the Inland Pacific Northwest. Commun. Soil Sci Plant Anal. 43: 21-27.

Mobbs, T., R.T. Peters, J.R. Davenport, M.A. Evans, and J.Q. Wu. 2012. Effects of four soil surfactants on four soil-water properties in sand and silt loam. J. Soil Water Cons. 67: 275-283.

Davenport, J.R.,  R.G. Stevens, K.M. Whitley, and T. Winkler. 2011. Spatial and temporal nutrient distribution in deficit-drip irrigated wine grape vineyards using bromide as a tracer. HortScience 46: 291-295. (pdf)

Pradubsuk, S., and J.R. Davenport. 2011. Seasonal Distribution of Micronutrients in Mature ‘Concord’ Grape: Boron, Iron, Manganese, Copper, and Zinc. J. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci. 135:69-77. (pdf)