Scientific and Technical Soil Papers By Frank C. Watts


 

A Study on the Effects of Potassium on Soybean Plants in the Grenada Silt Loam as Characterized by Different Soil Tests, Masters Thesis, Murray State University, Murray, Kentucky, May 1968

Growth of Several Species on Pines on Lakeland Soils in Walton County, Florida Author with H. Brockman, Soil Survey Horizons, Vol. 22, No. 4, Winter Issue 1983

Soils, Landscape, and Land Use in Southern Walton County, Florida, Coauthor with R.B. Brown and V.C. Carlisle, Florida Cooperative Extension Service, Institute of Food and Agriculture Sciences, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL 1983.

Soils, Landscape, and Land Use in Northern Walton County, Florida,, Coauthor with R.B. Brown and V.C. Carlisle, Florida Cooperative Extension Service, Institute of Food and Agriculture Sciences, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL 1983. Hydric Soils of Florida Handbook, Florida Association of Environmental Soil Scientists, 1990

Factors of Soil Formation and Florida Soils, Coauthor with V. W. Carlisle. Concepts and Characteristics of Hydric soils, Coauthor with S. W. Sprecher.

Native Vegetation-Soil Relationships, Coauthor with J. V. Vance

History of Establishing a State Soil: Florida’s Myakka Fine Sand Author with H. Yamataki, Soil Survey Horizons, Vol. 32, No. 2, Summer 1990

Determining Depths to the Seasonal High Water Table and Hydric soils in Florida Author with G. W. Hurt, Soil Survey Horizons, Vol. 32, No.4, Winter 1991.

Identifying Hydric Soils in Florida Poster Presentation, 13th Annual Meeting of the Society of Wetland Scientists, June 1992.

Field Vs. Laboratory Determined Hydraulic Conductivities of Some Slowly Permeable Horizons, Author with H.F. Huckle & R.F. Paetzold, Soil Science Society of America Journal, Vol. 46, No. 4, July-August, 1992.

Identifying Sandy Hydric Soils in Florida, Poster Presentation, Annual Meeting of the Soil Science Society of America, November 1992.

Redoximorphic Features for Identifying Aquic Conditions, Committee member of USDA-Soil Conservation Service’s International Committee on Soils with Aquic Moisture Regimes, M. J. Vepraskas Editor, Technical Bulletin 301, North Carolina State University, December 1992.

State Soils of the United States, Author with L. A. Quandt and F. D. Hole, Soil Survey Horizons, Vol. 32. Fall 1992.

Identifying Hydric Soils and Estimating the Seasonal High Water Table in Florida Based on the Ecological Communities of Florida, Author with G. W. Hurt and V. W. Carlisle, M. C. Landin Editor In: Wetlands: Proceedings of the 13 Annual Conference of the Society of Wetland Scientists, 1993.

Collecting Soil Monoliths in Sandy Soils, Soil Survey Horizons, Vol. 34, No. 4, Winter 1993.

Comment on R. W. Tiner (1993): The Primary indicators method – a practical approach to wetland recognition and delineation in the United States, Wetlands, Vol. 13, No. 4, Dec. 1993.

The Relationship between Hydric Soil Indicators and Wetland Hydrology in Florida for Sandy Soils in Florida, Co-authored with D. S. Segal and S. W. Sprecher, US Army Corps of Engineers, Waterways Experiment Station, Wetlands Research Program Technical Report WRP-DE-7, 1993. Hydric Soils of Florida Handbook, Second Edition, Florida Association of Environmental Soil Scientists, 1995:

Factors of Soil Formation and Florida Soils, Coauthor with V. W. Carlisle.

Concepts and Characteristics of Hydric soils, Author with S. W. Sprecher.

Problem Soils: Man-Altered and Natural, Coauthor with J. R. Cooper, Dar- Guam Cheng, and Zhongyan Lin.

Identifying Hydric Soil Indicators and Their Associated Wetland Ecosystem in Florida, Poster Presentation at the Annual Meeting of the Soil and Water Conservation Society, 1995.

State Soils of the United States, Coauthor with L. A. Quandt, Poster Presentation, Annual Meeting of the Soil Science Society of America, 1996.

Soils of Flatwoods and Associated Landforms of Florida, Author with V. W. Carlisle, Soil and Crop Society of Florida Proceedings, Vol. 57, 1998. Hydric Soils of Florida Handbook, Third Edition, Florida Association of Environmental Soil Scientists, 2000:

Factors of Soil Formation and Florida Soils, Coauthor with V. W. Carlisle.

Formation of Hydric Soils and Redoximorphic Features, Author with S. W. Sprecher, and M. V. Vepraskas.

Using Soil Morphology for the Identification of Seasonal High Saturation, Coauthor with G. W. Hurt and V. W. Carlisle.

Landscapes and Major Landforms of Florida, Author with V. W. Carlisle.

Ecological Communities of Florida, Coauthor with G. W. Hurt and W. G. Henderson.

Problem Soils: Man-Altered and Natural, Coauthor with J. R. Cooper, Dar- Guam Cheng, and Zhongyan Lin. Hydric Soils of Florida Handbook, Fourth Edition, Florida Association of Environmental Soil Scientists, 2007:

Factors of Soil Formation and Florida Soils, Author with O.C. Reedy.

Formation of Hydric Soils and Redoximorphic Features, Author with M. V. Vepraskas.

Using Soil Morphology for the Identification of Seasonal High Saturation, Coauthor with G. W. Hurt and J.H. Galbraith.

Landscapes and Major Landforms of Florida, Author.

Ecological Communities of Florida, Coauthor with G. W. Hurt.

Problem Soils: Man-Altered and Natural, Coauthor with J. R. Cooper, Dar- Guam Cheng, and Zhongyan Lin.

Flatwoods and Associated Landforms of the South Atlantic and Gulf Coastal Lowlands, Author with V. W. Carlisle and G. H. Hurt, In: Wetland Soils – Genesis, Hydrology, Landscapes, and Classification, J. L. Richardson and M. J. Vepraskas Editors, Lewis Publishers, 2001.

Soils of Florida, Author with Mary Collins Ed. Soft cover, 88 pages, Soil Science Society of America, Madison, WI. 2008.