Non-Peer Editor Reviewed Journal Articles

E101 Lupton, C.J.  1997.  Objective methods for characterizing cashmere.  Cashmirror.  9, 1:15-22.
E102 Lupton, C.J.  1998.  Effects of heavy defect on the processing performance, top yield, and top value of mohair.  The Goat Farmer.  (Submitted).
E103 Lupton, C.J., F.A. Pfeiffer, and A.R. Dooling.  1999.  Edited by T.A. Dooling.  Objective measurement and prediction of cashmere style.  Cashmirror.  10, 6:19-21.
E104 Lupton, C.J., A.R. Dooling, and K. Lankford. 1999. The effects of location on fiber production by cashmere goats: the latitude study-one year in. Cashmirror. 11, 3:19-24.
E105 Lupton, C.J., A.R. Dooling, K. Lankford, and F.A. Pfeiffer.  2003.  Location and breed effects on cashmere production by goats.  Cashmirror.  14,1:7-8.
E106 Pfeiffer, F.A., C.J. Lupton, and A.R. Dooling.  2003.  Location and season effects on mohair production by Angora goats.  Cashmirror, 14,1:11.
E107 Lupton, C.J., J.W. Walker, B.S. Engdahl, and F.A. Pfeiffer.  2003.  Prediction of wool base, vegetable matter base, fiber diameter, and prickle factor of greasy wool with near-infrared spectroscopy.  Cashmirror.  14,10:28-29.
E108 Lupton, C.J. and R. Elvestad. 2005. A North American alpaca research project. Where in the world? Alpaca World Mag. Issue 14, Summer:14-17.

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