Richard Roseberg
Director, Southern Oregon Experiment Station, and Associate Professor, Agronomy

Current Work Focus: Research interests include crop water use, irrigation, water and chemical movement through soil, macropore flow, water quality, and alternative crop evaluation and management in a semi-arid climate.

Klamath Agricultural Experiment Station
Department of Crop and Soil Science
6941 Washburn Way
Klamath Falls, OR 97603
United States
(541) 883-4590

Publications

Refereed Journal Article:

  • Chaney, R.L., J.S. Angle, M.S. McIntosh, R.D. Reeves, Y.M. Li, E.P. Brewer, K.Y. Chen, R.J. Roseberg, H. Perner, E.C. Synkowski, C.L. Broadhurst, and A.J.M. Baker. 2005. Using Hyperaccumulator Plants to Phytoextract Soil Ni and Cd. Zeitschrift Naturforschung C. 60C:190-198. Role: Participated in discussion of results, edited final draft.

OSU Publications (Internal Review Only):

  • Roseberg, R.J. 2005. Hybrid poplar production in the Rogue Valley, 1997-2004. In: Research in the Klamath Basin 2004 Annual Report. OSU-AES Special Report 1063:120-125.
  • Roseberg, R.J. and J.E. Smith. 2005. Spring wheat and barley variety screening in the Klamath Basin. In: Research in the Klamath Basin 2004 Annual Report. OSU-AES Special Report 1063:64-78.
  • Roseberg, R.J. and J.E. Smith. 2005. Irrigated alfalfa variety trials. In: Research in the Klamath Basin 2004 Annual Report. OSU-AES Special Report 1063:79-88.
  • Roseberg, R.J. and J.E. Smith. 2005. Grass and mixed grass/alfalfa variety trials. In: Research in the Klamath Basin 2004 Annual Report. OSU-AES Special Report 1063:89-109.
  • Roseberg, R.J. and J.E. Smith. 2005. Cereal forage trial, 2004. In: Research in the Klamath Basin 2004 Annual Report. OSU-AES Special Report 1063:110-112.
  • Roseberg, R.J. and J.E. Smith. 2005. Seed coat effect on alfalfa production, 2004. In: Research in the Klamath Basin 2004 Annual Report. OSU-AES Special Report 1063:113-119.

Popular Press:

  • Rykbost, K.A., R.J. Roseberg, and B.A. Charlton. 2005. Reports on the performance of teff hay in 2005. Oregon Hay and Forage Assoc. Newsletter, December.