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D. Stone, Jepson, P., Kramarz, P., and Laskowski, R., Time to death response in carabid beetles exposed to multiple stressors along a gradient of heavy metal pollution, Environmental Pollution, vol. 113, pp. 239–244, 2001.
D. Stone, Sherman, J., and Hofeld, E., Arsenic in Oregon community water systems: Demography matters, Science of the total environment, vol. 382, pp. 52–58, 2007.
A. Stone, Incorporating High Tunnels into a Diversified Organic Vegetable Farm in Oregon: Case Study of Gathering Together Farm, 2010. [Online]. Available:
D. Stone, Buhl, K. J., Gervais, J., and Luukinen, B., Developing Fact Sheets for Diverse Audiences, Journal of Pesticide Safety Education, vol. 13, pp. 6–13, 2011.
A. G. Stone, Scheuerell, S. J., and Darby, H. M., Suppression of soilborne diseases in field agricultural systems: organic matter management, cover cropping, and other cultural practices, in Soil Organic Matter in Sustainable Agriculture, F. Magdoff and Weil, R., Eds. Boca Raton: CRC Press, 2004, pp. 131-177.
D. Stone, Harding, A. K., Hope, B. K., and Slaughter-Mason, S., Exposure assessment and risk of gastrointestinal illness among surfers, Journal of Toxicology and Environmental Health, Part A, vol. 71, pp. 1603–1615, 2008.
A. Stone and Brewer, L., Organic Seed Resource Guide, 2014. [Online]. Available:
D. Stone and Stock, T., Mothballs: Proper Use and Alternative Controls for Clothes Moths, PNW 606-E, 2008.
A. Stone, White Mold of Snap Bean and Other Vegetable Crops, 2014. [Online]. Available:
D. Stone, Jepson, P., and Laskowski, R., Trends in detoxification enzymes and heavy metal accumulation in ground beetles (Coleoptera: Carabidae) inhabiting a gradient of pollution, Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology Part C: Toxicology & Pharmacology, vol. 132, pp. 105–112, 2002.
D. Stone, Sudakin, D. L., and Jenkins, J. J., Longitudinal trends in organophosphate incidents reported to the National Pesticide Information Center, 1995–2007, Environmental Health, vol. 8, p. 18, 2009.
A. Stone, Treadwell, D., Formiga, A., McQueen, J., Wander, M., Riddle, J., Darby, H., and Heleba, D., eOrganic: the Organic Agriculture Community of Practice for eXtension, HortTechnology, vol. 22, no. 5, pp. 583-588, 2012.
V. Stockwell, Shaffer, B. T., Henkels, M. D., Pscheidt, J., and Loper, J. E., Factors influencing efficacy of plastic shelters for control of bacterial blight of lilac, 2011.
T. Stock, Braithwaite, E. T., and Kowalewski, A. R., Advancing use of key integrated pest management practices in schools, ASA, CSSA and SSSA International Annual Meetings. 2019.
T. Stock, Using Pesticides Safely, EC1497.
T. Stock, Farmer Field Schools: Impact for IPM in the Philippines: Implications for Sustainable Agriculture, Journal of Extension Systems, , 1995.
T. Stock, Corrigan, R., and Gouge, D., Integrated Pest Management of the House Mouse in Schools, EM 9062.
T. Stock and Castagnoli, S., Cómo Evitar la Contaminación del Agua y la Deriva de Pesticidas, EM 8964-S, 2015.
T. Stock, Group Activities for Participatory Monitoring and Evaluation: An Adaptable Model, Journal of Extension Systems, vol. 12-2, 1996.
T. Stock, IPM is a TEAM Effort, OSFMA News, vol. 31, Issue 4, 2018.
T. Stock and Castagnoli, S., Preventing Water Contamination and Pesticide Drift: A Checklist for Pesticide Applicators, EM 8964-E.
T. Stock, Kowalewski, A. Robert, McDonald, B. W., Mattox, C., and Daviscourt, B., Developing and Delivering an Engaging Integrated Pest Management Program of Public School Grounds Employees, Natural Science Education, vol. 45, 2016.
T. Stock, Hilton, R., and Hollingsworth, C., Cómo Elegir a una Compañía de Control de Plagas: El IPM es la Clave, EC 1625-S, 2015.
T. Stock, Kowalewski, A. Robert, Gould, M., and Jepson, P., Key Components to Developing a School Integrated Pest Management Training Program, Journal of Extension, vol. 57, Number 1, 2019, 2019.
T. Stock, Hilton, R., and Hollingsworth, C., Choosing a Pest Control Company: IPM is the Key, EC1625-E.