Arthur (Art) G. Hornsby
Professor Emeritus and Extension Specialist
Departmental Research Areas:
- Management of Nutrients, Pesticides, and Wastes
- Soil Landscape Analysis
Extension and research programs focus on the water quality impacts of pesticide use; development and implementation of decision support systems to minimize adverse impacts on water quality; and developing extension materials (publications, software, websites) for use by county extension agents and the general public.
- Select Publications
- Rauschkolb, R.S and A. G. Hornsby. Nitrogen Management in Irrigated Agriculture. Oxford University Press, 251 pp., 1994.
- Hornsby, A. G. R. D. Wauchope, and A. Herner. Pesticide Properties in the Environment. Springer-Verlag 228 pp., 1995.
- A. G. Hornsby, D. L. Hoag, and D. L Nofziger.. 1998. Pesticide Economic and Environmental Tradeoffs (PEET): Users Perspective. pages 75-81. In El-Swaify. S. And D. Yakowitz (eds) Multiple Objective Decision Making for Land, Water, and Environment. St. Lucie Press Corp.
- D.L. Nofziger, A.G. Hornsby, and D.L. Hoag. 1998. Pesticide Economic and Environmental Tradeoffs (PEET): Developers Perspective. pages 83-92. In El-Swaify. S. And D. Yakowitz (eds) Mutiple Objective Decision Making for Land, Water, and Environment. St. Lucie Press Corp.
- Dilip Shinde , A.G. Hornsby, R.S. Mansell and M.R. Savabi. 2000. A simulation model for fate and transport of methyl bromide during fumigation in plastic-mulched vegetable soil beds. Pest. Manag. Sci. 56:899-908.
- T. Chirenje, L.Q. Ma, A.G. Hornsby, K.Portier, W.Harris, S. Latimer, and E.J. Zillioux. 2001. Protocol Development for Assessing Arsnic Background Concentrations in Florida Urban Soils. Environmental Forensics 2:141-153
- R. Don Wauchope, Tammara L Estes, Richard Allen, James L Baker, Arthur G Hornsby, Russell L Jones, R Peter Richards and David I Gustafson. 2002. Predicted Impact of Transgenic, Herbicide-Tolerant Corn on Drinking Water Quality in Vulnerable Watersheds of the Midwestern United States. Pest, Manag. Sci.58:146-160.