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John Brock

John Brock

Professor, Department of Applied Biological Sciences

480 727-1240

Department of Applied Biological Sciences
Arizona State University East
7001 E Williams Field Rd
Mesa, AZ 85212


  • Professor, Department of Applied Biological Sciences

Journal Articles


Green, D. M. and J. H. Brock. 1994. Soil chemical conditions of four plant communities in an urban riparian zone. Landscape and Urban Planning 179-199.


Brock, J. H. 1985. Physical characteristics and pedogenesis of soils in riparian habitats along the upper Gila River Basin. Gen. Tech. Rep. RM. Rocky. Mt. For. Range. Exp. Stn. U. S. For. Serv. 49-53.

Book Chapters


Brock, J. H. 1994. Tamarix spp. (salt cedar), an invasive exotic woody plant in arid and semi-arid riparian habitats of Western USA. Pp. 27-44 In: De Waal, L. C. ed., John Wiley and Sons Ltd.. Chichester, England, UK; New York, New York, USA.



Ohmart, R. D., L. H. Myers, W. L. Graf, M. Hurley, D. M. Green, J. H. Brock and C. D. Zisner. 1998. Rapid assessment of riparian systems. Report submitted to Arizona Game and Fish Department.