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Brandle, J. and Hintz, D. 1987. An ill wind meets a windbreak. Science of Food and Agricuture, Volume 5, Number 4.
DNR-State Climatology Office, “Minnesota’s Precipitation Climate at the End of the 20th Century,” DNR-WaterTalk, Spring 2000, 17 pp.
Kort, J. 1988. Benefits of windbreaks to forage and field crops. Agricuture Ecosystems and Environment. 22/23: 65-190.
Gullickson, Dan et al. 1999. Catching the Snow with Living Snow Fences. MN/DOT Office of Environmental Services and University of Minnesota Extension Service (MI-7311-S) 140 pp.
Kuehnast E. L., D. G. Baker and J. A. Zandlo, 1982. Climate of Minnesota, Part XIII - Duration and Depth of Snow Cover. Technical Bulletin 333. University of Minnesota, Agricultural Experiment Station.
Tabler, Ronald D., "Design Guidelines for Control of Blowing and Drifting Snow", SHRP-H-381, Strategic Highway Research Program, National Research Council, Washington, D.C., 1994.
Tabler, Ronald D., 1997. "Recommended Drift Control Measures for Selected Sites in Southern Minnesota", Prepared for MN/DOT by Tabler and Associates, Niwot, Colorado, 111 pp.
Windbreaks for Conservation, Natural Resources Conservation Service Agriculture Information Bulletin 339.