FAMILY: Married to Dr. Karen Cachevki Williams, Professor and Department Head in Family and Consumer Sciences (the University of Wyoming). They have two grown sons, Eric of Laramie and Brian of Encino, California.
Williams, S. E. and R. Long. 2009. Activities of the Wyoming Reclamation and Restoration Center.
Williams, S. E. 2008. Chapter IV. Organized Doubt, pp 55-74. In: J. K. Wangberg (ed.) A Brand of Excellence: Teaching and Learning. 197 pages. ISBN: 0-941570-31-2
Palmer, K. M., N. L. Stanton, M. Ben-David, J. Mionczynski, and S. E. Williams. 2007. Are pika exposed to and affected by selenium deficiency? Journal of Wildlife Diseases 43:475-484.
Sandor, J. A., J. B. Norton, J. A. Homburg, D. A. Muenchrath, C. S. White, S. E. Williams, C. I. Havener and P. D. Stahl. 2007. Biogeochemical studies of a native American runoff agroecosystem. In: E. C. Wells and R. E. Terry (eds.) Advances in Archaeological Approaches to Soil Chemistry (Advances in Archeological Science Series, Society for Archeological Sciences 22:359-386. Alta Mira Press, Walnut Creek, California
Bellgard, S. E. and S. E. Williams. 2002. Beneficial mycorrhizas associated with commercial cotton and native Hibiscus species growing in the monsoonal tropics of northern Australia. 8th ICPP
alsrai, A., R. Baatar, and S. E. Williams. 2002. Arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi in native ecosystems of the eastern Mongolian Steppe. Open Symposium on “Change and Sustainability of Pastoral Land Use Systems in Temperate and Central Asia.” Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia, June 28-July 1, 2001
Baatar, Ravjaagiin and S. E. Williams. 1998. Properties of Dark Chestnut Soils (Ustic Mollisols) of the Mongolian Steppe. In: (Anne Phelan, et al., eds.) Land Use In Temperate East Asia: Current Status and Future Trends. Proceedings from the Workshop, Beijing, China, March 5-8, 1998. Pages 65-72.
Busby, F.E., T.W. Box, J.C. Buckhouse, D.C. Clanton, B.C. Coggins, G.R. Evans, K.L. Gadzia, C.M. Jarecki, L.A. Joyce, D. Loper, D.L. Merkel, G.B. Ruyle, J.W. Thomas, J.H. Wald and S.E. Williams. 1994. Rangeland Health. National Research Council, Board on Agriculture. 180 pages.
Sylvia, D.M. and S.E. Williams. 1992. Chapter 6. VA Mycorrhizae and Environmental Stresses. In: Linderman (ed.) VA Mycorrhizae and Sustainable Agriculture. ASA/SSSA Special publication, pp 101-124.
Williams, S.E. and M.F. Allen (eds.). 1984. V.A. Mycorrhizae and Reclamation of Arid and Semi-arid Lands. University of Wyoming Agriculture Experiment Station SA 1261:1-91.
Christensen, N.L., J.K. Agee, P.F. Brussard, J. Hughes, D.H. Knight, G.W. Minshall, J.M. Peek, S.J. Pyne, F.J. Swanson, S. Wells, J.W. Thomas, S.E. Williams, and H.A. Wright. 1989. Interpreting the Yellowstone Fires. Bioscience 39:678-685.
White, J.A., E.J. DePuit, J.L. Smith and S.E. Williams. 1992. Establishment of vesicular-arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi on irrigated reclamation in southwestern Wyoming. Soil Sci. Soc. Am J.
Stahl, P.D., M. Christensen and S.E. Williams. 1990. Population variation in the mycorrhizal fungus Glomus mosseae: Uniform garden experiments. Mycological Research 94:1070-1076.
Loree, M.A.J., and S.E. Williams. 1987. Colonization of western wheatgrass (Agropyron smithii Rhbd.) by vesicular arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi during revegetation of a strip mine. New phytologist 106:735-744.