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  • Forthcoming Publications

    Grandy, A. S. and G. P. Robertson. Managing soils as systems in temperate-region landscapes. in N. Uphoff and J. Thies, eds. Biological Approaches to Regenerative Soil Systems. CRC Press (in press).

  • Robertson, G. P. and P. M. Groffman. Nitrogen transformations: fixation, mineralization-immobilization, nitrification, denitrification, and movement. in E. A. Paul and S. D. Frey, eds. Soil Microbiology, Ecology, and Biochemistry, 5th edition. Elsevier (in press).

  • Vitousek, P. M., X. Chen, Z. Cui, X. Liu, P. A. Matson, I. Ortiz-Monasterio, G. P. Robertson, and F. Zhang. Climate-change induced temporal variation in precipitation increases nitrogen losses from intensive cropping systems: Analysis with a simple model. Frontiers of Agricultural Science and Engineering

  • Williams, M. R., P. Welikhe, J. H. Bos, K. W. King, M. Akland, D. J. Augustine, C. Baffaut, E. G. Beck, A. Bierer, D. Bosch, E. Boughton, C. Brandani, E. S. Brooks, A. R. Buda, M. Cavigelli, J. Faulkner, G. W. Feyereisen, A. Fortuna, J. Gamble, B. R. Hanrahan, M. Z. Hussain, M. M. Kohmann, J. L. Kovar, B. Lee, A. B. Leytem, M. A. Liebig, D. Line, M. Macrae, T. B. Moorman, D. Moriasi, N. Nelson, A. Ortega-Pieck, D. Osmond, O. Pisani, J. Ragosta, M. Reba, A. Saha, J. Sanchez, M. Silveira, D. R. Smith, S. Spiegal, H. Swain, J. Unrine, P. Webb, K. E. White, H. Wilson, and L. M. Yasarer. P-FLUX: A phosphorus budget dataset spanning diverse agricultural production systems in the U.S. and Canada. Journal of Environmental Quality

  • 2022

    Alred, B., N. Haan, D. A. Landis, and M. Szűcs. 2022. Does the presence of the biological control agent, Hypena opulenta (Lepidoptera: Erebidae) on swallow-worts deter monarch oviposition? Environmental Entomology 51:77-82.

  • Angulo, V., N. Beriot, E. Garcia-Hernandez, E. Li, R. Masteling, and J. A. Lau. 2022. Plant–microbe eco-evolutionary dynamics in a changing world. New Phytologist doi: 10.1111/nph.18015

  • Emery, S. M., L. Bell-Dereske, K. A. Stahlheber, and K. L. Gross. 2022. Arbuscular mycorrhizal fungal community responses to drought and nitrogen fertilization in switchgrass stands. Applied Soil Ecology 169:104218.

  • Evans, S. E., S. D. Allison, and C. V. Hawkes. 2022. Microbes, memory and moisture: Predicting microbial moisture responses and their impact on carbon cycling. Functional Ecology doi: 10.1111/1365-2435.14034

  • Houser, M. 2022. Farmer motivations for excess nitrogen use in the U.S. Corn Belt. Case Studies in the Environment 6:1688823.

  • Jochems, L. W., J. A. Lau, L. A. Brudvig, and E. Grman. 2022. Do southern seed or soil microbes mitigate the effects of warming on establishing prairie plant communities? Ecological Applications 32:e02487.

  • Khosrozadeh, S., A. Guber, A. Kravchenko, N. Ghaderi, and E. Blagodatskaya. 2022. Soil oxidoreductase zymography: Visualizing spatial distributions of peroxidase and phenol oxidase activities at the root-soil interface. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 167:108610.

  • Kim, K., J. Gil, N. E. Ostrom, H. Gandhi, M. S. Oerther, Y. Kuzyakov, A. K. Guber, and A. N. Kravchenko. 2022. Soil pore architecture and rhizosphere legacy define N2O production in root detritusphere. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 166:108565.

  • Liu, Y., S. E. Evans, M. L. Friesen, and L. K. Tiemann. 2022. Root exudates shift how N mineralization and N fixation contribute to the plant-available N supply in low fertility soils. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 165:108541.

  • Nguyen, L. T., K. A. Ortner, L. K. Tiemann, K. A. Renner, and A. N. Kravchenko. 2022. Soil properties after one year of interseeded cover cropping in topographically diverse agricultural landscape. Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 326:107803.

  • Pan, D., I. Gelfand, L. Tao, M. Abraha, K. Sun, X. Guo, J. Chen, G. P. Robertson, and M. A. Zondlo. 2022. A new open-path eddy covariance method for nitrous oxide and other trace gases that minimizes temperature corrections. Global Change Biology 28:1446-1457.

  • Perović, D. J., S. Gámez-Virués, D. A. Landis, T. Tscharntke, M. P. Zalucki, S. Saura, M. F. Furlong, N. Desneux, A. Sciarretta, N. Balkenhol, J. M. Schmidt, P. Trematerra, and C. Westphald. 2022. Boadening the scope of empirical studies to answer persistent questions in landscape-moderated effects on biodiversity and ecosystem functioning. Advances in Ecological Research 65:109-131.

  • Quigley, M. Y. and A. N. Kravchenko. 2022. Inputs of root-derived carbon into soil and its losses are associated with pore-size distributions. Geoderma 410:115667.

  • Reimer, A., J. E. Doll, T. J. Boring, and T. Zimnicki. 2022. Scaling up conservation agriculture: An exploration of challenges and opportunities through a stakeholder engagement process. Journal of Environmental Quality doi: 10.1002/jeq2.20317

  • Sciusco, P., J. Chen, V. Giannico, M. Abraha, C. Lei, G. Shirkey, J. Yuan, and G. P. Robertson. 2022. Albedo-induced global warming impact at multiple temporal scales within an upper Midwest USA watershed. Land 11:283.

  • Swinton, S. M. 2022. Precision conservation: Linking set-aside and working lands policy. Applied Economic Perspectives and Policy doi: 10.1002/aepp.13240

  • Zahorec, A., M. L. Reid, L. K. Tiemann, and D. A. Landis. 2022. Perennial grass bioenergy cropping systems: Impacts on soil fauna and implications for soil carbon accrual. GCB Bioenergy 14:4-23.

  • Zheng, H., A. K. Guber, Y. Kuzyakovde, W. Zhang, and A. N. Kravchenko. 2022. Plant species and plant neighbor identity affect associations between plant assimilated C inputs and soil pores. Geoderma 407:115565.

  • 2021

    Abraha, M., J. Chen, S. K. Hamilton, P. Sciusco, C. Lei, G. Shirkey, J. Yuan, and G. P. Robertson. 2021. Albedo-induced global warming impact of Conservation Reserve Program grasslands converted to annual and perennial bioenergy crops. Environmental Research Letters 16:084059.

  • Ali, M. P., M. S. Rahman, F. Nowri, S. S. Haque, X. Qin, M. A. Haque, M. M. Uddin, D. A. Landis, and M. T. Howlader. 2021. Salinity influences plant–pest–predator tritrophic interactions. Journal of Economic Entomology 114:1470-1479.

  • Aoda, M. I., A. J. Smucker, S. S. Majeed, H. A. Mohammed, F. H. Al-Sahaf, and G. P. Robertson. 2021. Novel root zone soil water retention improves production with half the water in arid sands. Agronomy Journal 113:2398-2406.

  • Bahlai, C. A., E. R. White, J. D. Perrone, S. Cusser, and K. Stack Whitney. 2021. The broken window: An algorithm for quantifying and characterizing misleading trajectories in ecological processes. Ecological Informatics 64:101336.

  • Bahlai, C. A., C. Hart, M. T. Kavanaugh, J. D. White, R. W. Ruess, T. J. Brinkman, H. W. Ducklow, D. R. Foster, W. R. Fraser, H. Genet, P. M. Groffman, S. K. Hamilton, J. F. Johnstone, K. Kielland, D. A. Landis, M. C. Mack, O. Sarnelle, and T. , J.R.. 2021. Cascading effects: insights from the U. S. Long Term Ecological Research Network. Ecosphere 12:e03430.

  • Basso, B., R. A. Martinez-Feria, L. Rill, and J. T. Ritchie. 2021. Contrasting long-term temperature trends reveal minor changes in projected potential evapotranspiration in the US Midwest. Nature Communications 12:1476.

  • Basso, B. 2021. Precision conservation for a changing climate. Nature Food 2:322-323.

  • Basyal, B., C. Foster, K. L. Gross, and S. M. Emery. 2021. Nitrogen fertilizer, arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi, and soil nematodes affect lignin quality and quantity in switchgrass (Panicum virgatum L.). BioEnergy Research doi: 10.1007/s12155-021-10284-2

  • Basyal, B. and S. M. Emery. 2021. An arbuscular mycorrhizal fungus alters switchgrass growth, root architecture, and cell wall chemistry across a soil moisture gradient. Mycorrhiza 31:251-258.

  • Belanger, M., C. Vizza, G. P. Robertson, and S. S. Roley. 2021. Quantifying and correcting for pre-assay CO2 loss in short-term carbon mineralization assays. SOIL 7:47-52.

  • Bell-Dereske, L. P. and S. E. Evans. 2021. Contributions of environmental and maternal transmission to the assembly of leaf fungal endophyte communities. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 288:20210621.

  • Bloom, E. H., K. K. Graham, N. L. Haan, A. R. Heck, L. J. Gut, D. A. Landis, M. O. Milbrath, G. M. Quinlan, J. K. Wilson, Y. Zhang, Z. Szendrei, and R. Isaacs. 2021. Responding to the US national pollinator plan: a case study in Michigan. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution doi: 10.1002/fee.2430

  • Bowsher, A. W., G. Benucci, G. Bonito, and A. Shade. 2021. Seasonal dynamics of core fungi in the switchgrass phyllosphere, and co-occurrence with leaf bacteria. Phytobiomes Journal 5:60-68.

  • Brooker, A., K. Renner, R. F. Price, and B. Basso. 2021. Evaluating high-resolution optical and thermal reflectance of maize interseeded with cover crops across spatial scales using remotely sensed imagery. Agronomy Journal 113:2884-2899.

  • Browning, D. M., E. S. Russell, G. E. Ponce-Campos, N. Kaplan, A. D. Richardson, B. Seyednasrollah, S. Spiegal, N. Saliendra, J. G. Alfieri, J. Baker, C. Bernacchi, B. T. Bestelmeyer, D. Bosch, E. H. Boughton, R. K. Boughton, P. Clark, G. Flerchinger, N. Gomez-Casanovas, S. Goslee, N. M. Haddad, D. Hoover, A. Jaradat, M. Mauritz, G. W. McCarty, G. R. Miller, J. Sadler, A. Saha, R. L. Scott, A. Suyker, C. Tweedie, J. D. Wood, X. Zhang, and S. D. Taylor. 2021. Monitoring agroecosystem productivity and phenology at a national scale: A metric assessment framework. Ecological Indicators 131:108147.

  • Cates, A., B. D. Wills, T. N. Kim, D. A. Landis, C. Gratton, H. W. Read, and R. Jackson. 2021. No evidence of top-down effects by ants on litter decomposition in a temperate grassland. Ecosphere 12:e03638.

  • Chen, K., R. Longley, G. Bonito, and H. Liao. 2021. A two-step PCR protocol enabling flexible primer choice and high sequencing yield for Illumina MiSeq meta-barcoding. Agronomy 11:1274.

  • Cusser, S., J. A. Helms IV, C. Bahlai, and N. M. Haddad. 2021. How long do population level field experiments need to be? Utilising data from the 40-year old LTER network. Ecology Letters 24:1103-1111.

  • Dahl, T. A., A. D. Kendall, and D. W. Hyndman. 2021. Climate and hydrologic ensembling lead to differing streamflow and sediment yield predictions. Climatic Change 165:8.

  • Dang, H. and A. M. Cupples. 2021. Identification of the phylotypes involved in cis-dichloroethene and 1,4-dioxane biodegradation in soil microcosms. Science of the Total Environment 794:148690.

  • Eeswaran, R., A. Pouyan Nejadhashemi, and S. R. Miller. 2021. Evaluating the climate resilience in terms of profitability and risk for a long-term corn-soybean-wheat rotation under different treatment systems. Climate Risk Management 32:100284.

  • Eeswaran, R., A. P. Nejadhashemi, J. Kpodo, Z. K. Curtis, U. Adhikari, H. Liao, S. Li, J. S. Hernandez-Suarez, F. C. Alves, A. Raschke, and P. K. Jha. 2021. Quantification of resilience metrics as affected by conservation agriculture at a watershed scale. Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 320:107612.

  • Eeswaran, R., A. P. Nejadhashemi, F. C. Alves, and B. Saravi. 2021. Evaluating the applicability of soil moisture-based metrics for gauging the resiliency of rainfed agricultural systems in the midwestern United States. Soil and Tillage Research 205:104818.

  • Gdanetz, K., Z. A. Noel, and F. Trail. 2021. Influence of plant host and organ, management strategy, and spore traits on microbiome composition. Phytobiomes Journal 5:202-219.

  • Grace, P. and G. P. Robertson. 2021. Soil carbon sequestration potential and the identification of hotspots in the Eastern Corn Belt of the United States. Soil Science Society of America Journal 85:1410-1424.

  • Guber, A., E. Blagodatskaya, A. Juyal, B. S. Razavi, Y. Kuzyakov, and A. Kravchenko. 2021. Time-lapse approach to correct deficiencies of 2D soil zymography. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 157:108225.

  • Guber, A., T. Kutlu, M. Rivers, and A. Kravchenko. 2021. Mass-balance approach to quantify water distribution in soils based on X-ray computed tomography images. European Journal of Soil Science 72:578-592.

  • Haan, N. L., B. G. Iuliano, C. Gratton, and D. A. Landis. 2021. Designing agricultural landscapes for arthropod-based ecosystem services in North America. Advances in Ecological Research 64:191-250.

  • Helms IV, J. A., K. A. Roeder, S. E. Ijelu, I. Ratcliff, and N. M. Haddad. 2021. Bioenergy landscapes drive trophic shifts in generalist ants. Journal of Animal Ecology 90:738-750.

  • Helms IV, J. A., J. Smith, S. Clark, K. Knupp, and N. M. Haddad. 2021. Ant communities and ecosystem services in organic versus conventional agriculture in the U.S. Corn Belt. Environmental Entomology 50:1276-1285.

  • Hermann, S. L., S. A. Bird, D. R. Ellis, and D. A. Landis. 2021. Predation risk differentially affects aphid morphotypes: impacts on prey behavior, fecundity and transgenerational dispersal morphology. Oecologia 197:411-419.

  • Houser, M. 2021. Does adopting a nitrogen best management practice reduce nitrogen fertilizer rates? Agriculture and Human Values doi: 10.1007/s10460-021-10227-9

  • Hussain, M. Z., S. K. Hamilton, G. P. Robertson, and B. Basso. 2021. Phosphorus availability and leaching losses in annual and perennial cropping systems in an upper US Midwest landscape. Scientific Reports 11:20367.

  • Juyal, A., A. Guber, M. Oerther, M. Quigley, and A. Kravchenko. 2021. Pore architecture and particulate organic matter in soils under monoculture switchgrass and restored prairie in contrasting topography. Scientific Reports 11:21997.

  • Kasanke, C. P., Q. Zhao, S. Bell, A. M. Thompson, and K. S. Hofmockel. 2021. Can switchgrass increase carbon accrual in marginal soils? The importance of site selection. GCB Bioenergy 13:320-335.

  • Kemmerling, L. R., S. R. Griffin, and N. M. Haddad. 2021. Optimizing pollinator conservation and crop yield among perennial bioenergy crops. GCB Bioenergy 13:1030-1042.

  • Kim, K. 2021. Change of soil micro-environments during plant decomposition and its effect on carbon and nitrogen dynamics. Dissertation, Michigan State University, East Lansing MI.

  • Kim, K., T. Kutlu, A. Kravchenko, and A. Guber. 2021. Dynamics of N2O in vicinity of plant residues: a microsensor approach. Plant and Soil 462:331-347.

  • Kittredge, H. 2021. Consequences of horizontal gene transfer in soil bacteria. Dissertation, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI.

  • Kravchenko, A. N., H. Zheng, Y. Kuzyakov, G. P. Robertson, and A. K. Guber. 2021. Belowground interplant carbon transfer promotes soil carbon gains in diverse plant communities. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 159:108297.

  • Kravchenko, A. N., A. K. Guber, A. Gunina, M. A. Dippold, and Y. Kuzyakov. 2021. Pore-scale view of microbial turnover: combining 14C imaging, μCT, and zymography after adding soluble carbon to soil pores of specific sizes. European Journal of Soil Science 72:593-607.

  • Kuhl, A. S., A. D. Kendall, R. L. van Dam, S. K. Hamilton, and D. W. Hyndman. 2021. Root water uptake of biofuel crops revealed by coupled electrical resistivity and soil water content measurements. Vadose Zone Journal 20:e20124.

  • Lei, C., M. Abraha, J. Chen, and Y. J. Su. 2021. Long-term variability of root production in bioenergy crops from ingrowth core measurements. Journal of Plant Ecology 14:757-770.

  • Li, B., S. S. Roley, D. S. Duncan, J. Guo, J. F. Quensen, H. Yu, and J. M. Tiedje. 2021. Long-term excess nitrogen fertilizer increases sensitivity of soil microbial community to seasonal change revealed by ecological network and metagenome analyses. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 160:108349.

  • Li, Z. and A. M. Cupples. 2021. Diversity of nitrogen cycling genes at a Midwest long-term ecological research site with different management practices. Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology 105:4309-4327.

  • Liang, D. and G. P. Robertson. 2021. Nitrification is a minor source of nitrous oxide (N2O) in an agricultural landscape and declines with increasing management intensity. Global Change Biology 27:5599-5613.

  • Liang, B. W. 2021. The effect of freeze-thaw cycles on microbial resilience along a crop biodiversity gradient. Thesis, Michigan State University, East Lansing MI.

  • Lowry, C., G. P. Robertson, and D. C. Brainard. 2021. Strip-tillage decreases soil nitrogen availability and increases the potential for N losses in a cover cropped organic system. Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 319:107524.

  • Luther, Z. R., S. M. Swinton, and B. S. Van Deynze. 2021. Potential supply of midwest cropland for conversion to in-field prairie strips. Land Economics doi: 10.3368/le.98.2.082020-0129R1

  • Mosier, S., C. Córdova, and G. P. Robertson. 2021. Restoring soil fertility on degraded lands to meet food, fuel, and climate security needs via perennialization. Frontiers in Sustainable Food Systems 5:706142.

  • Nguyen, L. T. and A. N. Kravchenko. 2021. Effects of cover crops on soil CO2 and N2O emissions across topographically diverse agricultural landscapes in corn-soybean-wheat organic transition. European Journal of Agronomy 122:126189.

  • O'Neill, B., C. D. Sprunger, and G. P. Robertson. 2021. Do soil health tests match farmer experience? Assessing biological, physical, and chemical indicators in the Upper Midwest United States. Soil Science Society of America Journal 85:903-918.

  • Pan, D. 2021. Improving observations of greenhouse gases, reactive nitrogen, and particulate matter for effective policymaking. Dissertation, Princeton University, Princeton, NJ.

  • Ramalingam, V. 2021. Biodegradation and molecular analysis of 1,4-dioxane and other organic contaminants in soil using metagenomic tools. Dissertation, Michigan State University, East Lansing MI.

  • Reed, D. E., J. M. Poe, M. Abraha, K. M. Dahlin, and J. Chen. 2021. Modeled surface-atmosphere fluxes from paired sites in the Upper Great Lakes Region using neural networks. Journal of Geophysical Research Biogeosciences 126:e2021JG006363.

  • Roley, S. S., T. C. Ulbrich, and G. P. Robertson. 2021. Nitrogen fixation and resorption efficiency differences among twelve upland and lowland switchgrass cultivars. Phytobiomes 5:97-107.

  • Rowe, L., D. Gibson, D. A. Landis, and R. Isaacs. 2021. Wild bees and natural enemies prefer similar flower species and respond to similar plant traits. Basic and Applied Ecology 56:259-269.

  • Saha, D., B. Basso, and G. P. Robertson. 2021. Machine learning improves predictions of agricultural nitrous oxide (N2O) emissions from intensively managed cropping systems. Environmental Research Letters 16:024004.

  • Sanderman, J., K. Savage, S. R. Dangal, G. Duran, C. Rivard, M. A. Cavigelli, H. T. Gollany, V. L. Jin, M. A. Liebig, E. C. Omondi, Y. Rui, and C. Stewart. 2021. Can agricultural management induced changes in soil organic carbon be detected using mid-infrared spectroscopy? Remote Sensing 13:2265.

  • Schulte, L. A., B. E. Dale, S. Bozzetto, M. Liebman, G. M. Souza, N. Haddad, T. L. Richard, B. Basso, R. C. Brown, J. A. Hilbert, and J. G. Arbuckle. 2021. Meeting global challenges with regenerative agriculture producing food and energy. Nature Sustainability doi: 10.1038/s41893-021-00827-y

  • Smercina, D. N., S. E. Evans, M. L. Friesen, and L. K. Tiemann. 2021. Temporal dynamics of free-living nitrogen fixation in the switchgrass rhizosphere. GCB Bioenergy 13:1814-1830.

  • Smercina, D. N., A. W. Bowsher, S. E. Evans, M. L. Friesen, E. K. Eder, D. W. Hoyt, and L. K. Tiemann. 2021. Switchgrass rhizosphere metabolite chemistry driven by nitrogen availability. Phytobiomes 5:88-96.

  • Spawn-Lee, S. A., T. J. Lark, H. K. Gibbs, R. A. Houghton, C. J. Kucharick, C. Malins, R. E. Pelton, and G. P. Robertson. 2021. Comment on 'Carbon intensity of corn ethanol in the United States: state of the science'. Environmental Research Letters 16:118001.

  • Sultaire, S., A. Kroll, J. Verschuyl, D. A. Landis, and G. Roloff. 2021. Effects of varying retention tree patterns on ground beetle (Coleoptera: Carabidae) taxonomic and functional diversity. Ecosphere 12:e03641.

  • Swinton, S. M., F. Dulys, and S. S. Klammer. 2021. Why biomass residue is not as plentiful as it looks: case study on economic supply of logging residues. Why biomass residue is not as plentiful as it looks: case study on economic supply of logging residues doi: 10.1002/aepp.13067

  • Tu, X. 2021. Soil health indicators for sustainable agriculture in the United States and Malawi. Dissertation, Michigan State University, East Lansing MI.

  • Udvardi, M., F. E. Below, M. J. Castellano, A. J. Eagle, K. E. Giller, J. K. Ladha, X. Liu, T. M. Maaz, B. Nova-Franco, N. Raghuram, G. P. Robertson, S. K. Roy, M. Saha, S. Schmidt, M. Tegeder, L. M. York, and J. W. Peters. 2021. A research road map for responsible use of agricultural nitrogen. Frontiers in Sustainable Food Systems 5:660155.

  • Ulbrich, T. C., M. Friesen, S. S. Roley, L. K. Tiemann, and S. E. Evans. 2021. Intraspecific variability in root traits and edaphic conditions influence soil microbiomes across 12 switchgrass cultivars. Phytobiomes 5:108-120.

  • Van Deynze, B., S. M. Swinton, and D. A. Hennessy. 2021. Are glyphosate-resistant weeds a threat to conservation agriculture? Evidence from tillage practices in soybeans. American Journal of Agricultural Economics 104:645-675.

  • White, E. R. and C. A. Bahlai. 2021. Experimenting with the past to improve environmental monitoring. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 8:572979.

  • Zettlemoyer, M. A. and J. A. Lau. 2021. Warming during maternal generations delays offspring germination in native and nonnative species. Oikos 130:1880-1891.

  • Zhang, L., A. MacQueen, J. Bonnette, F. B. Fritschi, D. B. Lowry, and T. E. Juenger. 2021. QTL × environment interactions underlie ionome divergence in switchgrass. G3 Genes|Genomes|Genetics 11:jkab144.

  • Zhang, B., C. R. Penton, Z. Yu, C. Xue, Q. Chen, Z. Chen, C. Yan, Q. Zhang, M. Zhao, J. F. Quensen, and J. M. Tiedje. 2021. A new primer set for Clade I nosZ that recovers genes from a broader range of taxa. Biology and Fertility of Soils 57:523-531.

  • 2020

    Abraha, M., J. Chen, S. K. Hamilton, and G. P. Robertson. 2020. Long-term evapotranspiration rates for rainfed corn versus perennial bioenergy crops in a mesic landscape. Hydrological Processes 34:810-822.

  • Albrecht, M., D. Kleijn, N. M. Williams, M. Tschumi, B. R. Blaauw, R. Bommarco, A. J. Campbell, M. Dainese, F. A. Drummond, M. H. Entling, D. Ganser, G. Arjen de Groot, D. Goulson, H. Grab, H. Hamilton, F. Herzog, R. Isaacs, K. Jacot, P. Jeanneret, M. Jonsson, E. Knop, C. Kremen, D. A. Landis, G. M. Loeb, L. Marini, M. McKerchar, L. Morandin, S. C. Pfister, S. G. Potts, M. Rundlöf, H. Sardiñas, A. Sciligo, C. Thies, T. Tscharntke, E. Venturini, E. Veromann, I. M. Vollhardt, F. Wäckers, K. Ward, A. Wilby, M. Woltz, S. Wratten, and L. Sutter. 2020. The effectiveness of flower strips and hedgerows on pest control, pollination services and crop yield: a quantitative synthesis. Ecology Letters 23:1488-1498.

  • Ali, M. P., M. M. Kabir, S. S. Haque, X. Qin, S. Nasrin, D. Landis, B. Holmquist, and N. Ahmed. 2020. Farmer's behavior in pesticide use: Insights study from smallholder and intensive agricultural farms in Bangladesh. Science of The Total Environment 747:141160.

  • Avolio, M. L., K. R. Wilcox, K. J. Komatsu, N. Lemoine, W. D. Bowman, S. L. Collins, A. K. Knapp, S. E. Koerner, M. D. Smith, S. G. Baer, K. L. Gross, F. Isbell, J. McLaren, P. B. Reich, K. N. Suding, K. B. Suttle, D. Tilman, Z. Xu, and Q. Yu. 2020. Temporal variability in production is not consistently affected by global change drivers across herbaceous-dominated ecosystems. Oecologia 194:735-744.

  • Bahlai, C. A. and E. F. Zipkin. 2020. The Dynamic Shift Detector: An algorithm to identify changes in parameter values governing populations. PLOS Computational Biology 16:e1007542.

  • Basyal, B. 2020. Aboveground-belowground interactions: roles of soil biotic and abiotic factors on switchgrass's (Panicum virgatum) growth, defense against herbivory and cell wall chemistry. Dissertation, University of Louisville, Louisville, KY.

  • Benucci, G. M., B. Rennick, and G. Bonito. 2020. Patient propagules: Do soil archives preserve the legacy of fungal and prokaryotic communities? PLOS ONE doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0237368

  • Bilyera, N., I. Kuzyakova, A. Guber, B. S. Razavi, and Y. Kuzyakov. 2020. How “hot” are hotspots: Statistically localizing the high-activity areas on soil and rhizosphere images. Rhizosphere 16:100259.

  • Blossey, B., V. Nuzzo, A. Dávalos, M. Mayer, R. Dunbar, D. A. Landis, J. A. Evans, and B. Minter. 2020. Residence time determines invasiveness and performance of garlic mustard (Alliaria petiolata) in North America. Ecology Letters 24:327-336.

  • Bowles, T. M., M. Mooshammer, Y. Socolar, F. Calderón, M. A. Cavigelli, S. W. Culman, W. Deen, C. F. Drury, A. Garcia y Garcia, A. C. Gaudin, W. S. Harkrom, R. M. Lehman, S. L. Osborne, G. P. Robertson, J. Salerno, M. R. Schmer, J. Strock, and A. S. Grandy. 2020. Long-term evidence shows that crop rotation diversification increases agricultural resilience to adverse growing conditions in North America. One Earth 2:284-293.

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  • Ali, M. P., M. N. Bari, S. S. Haque, M. M. Kabir, S. Afrin, F. Nowrin, M. S. Islam, and D. A. Landis. 2019. Establishing next-generation pest control services in rice fields: eco-agriculture. Scientific Reports 9:10180.

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  • Myers, A., C. A. Bahlai, and D. A. Landis. 2019. Habitat type influences Danaus plexippus (Lepidoptera: Nymphalidae) oviposition and egg survival on Asclepias syriaca (Gentianales: Apocynaceae). Environmental Entomology 48:675-684.

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  • Shcherbak, I. and G. P. Robertson. 2019. Nitrous oxide (N2O) emissions from subsurface soils of agricultural ecosystems. Ecosystems 22:1650-1663.

  • Smercina, D. N., S. E. Evans, M. L. Friesen, and L. K. Tiemann. 2019. To fix or not to fix: Controls on free-living nitrogen fixation in the rhizosphere. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 85:e02546-18.

  • Smidt, S. J., A. D. Kendall, and D. W. Hyndman. 2019. Increase dependence on irrigated crop production across the CONUS (1945-2015). Water 11:1458.

  • Starke, R., N. Jehmlich, T. Alfaro, A. Dohnalkova, P. Capek, S. L. Bell, and K. S. Hofmockel. 2019. Incomplete cell disruption of resistant microbes. Scientific Reports 9:5618.

  • Szymanski, L. M., G. R. Sanford, K. A. Heckman, R. D. Jackson, and E. Marín-Spiotta. 2019. Conversion to bioenergy crops alters the amount and age of microbially-respired soil carbon. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 128:35-44.

  • Thelusmond, J., T. J. Strathmann, and A. M. Cupples. 2019. Carbamazepine, triclocarban and triclosan biodegradation and the phylotypes and functional genes associated with xenobiotic degradation in four agricultural soils. Science of the Total Environment 657:1138-1149.

  • Thompson, B. E. 2019. Microbial communities regulate nitrogen use efficiency by balancing tradeoff between resource acquisition and growth rate. Thesis, University of New Hampshire, Durham, NH.

  • Valdez, Z. 2019. The quantification and characterization of soil carbon in switchgrass plots under fertilization and harvesting practices. Dissertation, Baylor University, Waco TX.

  • Veen, G. F., E. R. Wubs, R. D. Bardgett, E. Barrios, M. A. Bradford, S. Carvalho, G. B. de Deyn, F. T. de Vries, K. E. Giller, D. Kleijn, D. A. Landis, W. A. Rossing, M. Schrama, J. Six, P. C. Struik, S. van Gils, J. S. Wiskerke, W. H. van Der Putten, and L. E. Vet. 2019. Applying the aboveground-belowground interaction concept in agriculture: spatio-temporal scales matter. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 7:300.

  • von Haden, A. C., C. J. Kucharik, R. D. Jackson, and E. Marín-Spiotta. 2019. Litter quantity, litter chemistry, and soil texture control changes in soil organic carbon fractions under bioenergy cropping systems of the North Central U.S. Biogeochemistry 143:313-326.

  • Weyhenmeyer, G. A., J. Hartmann, D. O. Hessen, J. Kopáček, J. Hejzlar, S. Jacquet, S. K. Hamilton, P. Verburg, T. H. Leach, M. Schmid, G. Flaim, T. Nõges, P. Nõges, V. C. Wentzky, M. Rogora, J. A. Rusak, S. Kosten, A. M. Paterson, K. Teubner, S. N. Higgins, G. Lawrence, K. Kangur, I. Kokorite, L. Cerasino, C. Funk, R. Harvey, F. Moatar, H. A. de Wit, and T. Zechmeister. 2019. Widespread diminishing anthropogenic effects on calcium in freshwaters. Scientific Reports 9:10450.

  • Wills, B., T. N. Kim, A. F. Fox, C. Gratton, and D. A. Landis. 2019. Reducing native ant abundance decreases predation rates in midwestern grasslands. Environmental Entomology 48:1360-1368.

  • Xu, T., J. M. Deines, A. D. Kendall, B. Basso, and D. W. Hyndman. 2019. Addressing challenges for mapping irrigated fields in subhumid temperate regions by integrating remote sensing and hydroclimatic data. Remote Sensing 11:370.

  • Xue, C., Y. Hao, X. Pu, C. Ryan Penton, Q. Wang, M. Zhao, B. Zhang, W. Ran, Q. Huang, Q. Shen, and J. M. Tiedje. 2019. Effect of LSU and ITS genetic markers and reference databases on analyses of fungal communities. Biology and Fertility of Soils 55:79-88.

  • Yeung, L. Y., J. A. Haslun, N. E. Ostrom, T. Sun, E. D. Young, M. A. van Kessel, S. Lücker, and M. S. Jetten. 2019. In situ quantification of biological N2 Production using naturally occurring 15N15N. Environmental Science & Technology 53:5168-5175.

  • Zettlemoyer, M. A., E. H. Schultheis, and J. A. Lau. 2019. Phenology in a warming world: differences between native and non-native plant species. Ecology Letters 22:1253-1263.

  • 2018

    Abraha, M., S. K. Hamilton, J. Chen, and G. P. Robertson. 2018. Ecosystem carbon exchange on conversion of Conservation Reserve Program grasslands to annual and perennial cropping systems. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 253-254:151-160.

  • Abraha, M., I. Gelfand, S. K. Hamilton, J. Chen, and G. P. Robertson. 2018. Legacy effects of land use on soil nitrous oxide emissions in annual crop and perennial grassland ecosystems. Ecological Applications 28:1362-1369.

  • Austin, E. E. 2018. Soil carbon transformations. Zygon 53:507-514.

  • Basso, B., B. Dumont, B. Maestrini, I. Shcherbak, G. P. Robertson, J. R. Porter, P. Smith, K. Paustian, P. R. Grace, S. Asseng, S. Bassu, C. Biernath, K. J. Boote, D. Cammarano, G. De Sanctis, J. -. Durand, F. Ewert, S. Gayler, D. W. Hyndman, J. Kent, P. Martre, C. Nendel, E. Priesack, D. Ripoche, A. C. Ruane, J. Sharp, P. J. Thorburn, J. L. Hatfield, J. W. Jones, and C. Rosenzweig. 2018. Soil organic carbon and nitrogen feedbacks on crop yields under climate change. Agricultural & Environmental Letters 3:180026.

  • Bowles, T. M., S. S. Atallah, E. E. Campbell, A. C. Gaudin, W. R. Wieder, and A. S. Grandy. 2018. Addressing agricultural nitrogen losses in a changing climate. Nature Sustainability 1:399-408.

  • Brewer, P. E., F. Calderón, M. Vigil, and J. C. von Fischer. 2018. Impacts of moisture, soil respiration, and agricultural practices on methanogenesis in upland soils as measured with stable isotope pool dilution. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 127:239-251.

  • Cheng, H., C. A. Masiello, I. Del Valle, X. Gao, G. N. Bennett, and J. J. Silberg. 2018. Ratiometric gas reporting: A non-disruptive approach to monitor gene expression in soils. ACS Synthetic Biology 7:903-911.

  • Cheng, H. 2018. Using gas-producing enzymes as outputs for synthetic genetic circuits to enable bacterial reporting within complex environmental materials. Dissertation, Rice University, Houston, Texas.

  • Crawford, A., W. Beyea, C. Bode, J. E. Doll, and R. G. Menon. 2018. Creating climate change adaptation plans for rural coastal communities using Deliberation with Analysis as public participation for social learning. Town Planning Review 89:283-304.

  • Dahl, T. A., A. D. Kendall, and D. W. Hyndman. 2018. Impacts of projected climate change on sediment yield and dredging costs. Hydrological Processes 32:1223-1234.

  • Denny, R. C. 2018. A cross-scale examination of how knowledge and the physical environment influence the use of best management practices in US commodity agriculture. Dissertation, Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan.

  • Doll, J. E., C. Eschbach, and J. Dedecker. 2018. Using dialogue to engage agricultural audiences in cooperative learning about climate change. Journal of Extension 56:# 2FEA2. https://www.joe.org/joe/2018april/a2.php

  • Eagle, A. J., L. P. Olander, K. L. Locklier, J. B. Heffernan, and E. S. Bernhardt. 2018. Fertilizer management and environmental factors drive N2O and NO3 losses in corn: A meta-analysis. Soil Science Society of America 81:1191-1202.

  • Emery, S. M., E. R. Kinnetz, L. Bell-Dereske, K. A. Stahlheber, K. L. Gross, and D. Pennington. 2018. Low variation in arbuscular mycorrhizal fungal associations and effects on biomass among switchgrass cultivars. Biomass and Bioenergy 119:503-508.

  • Gdanetz MacCready, K. 2018. Crop microbiomes and the search for effective biocontrol of Fusarium graminearum on wheat. Dissertation, Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan, USA.

  • Guber, A., A. Kravchenko, B. S. Razavi, D. Uteau, S. Peth, E. Blagodatskaya, and Y. Kuzyakov. 2018. Quantitative soil zymography: Mechanisms, processes of substrate and enzyme diffusion in porous media. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 127:156-167.

  • Hamilton, S. K., M. Z. Hussain, C. Lowrie, B. Basso, and G. P. Robertson. 2018. Evapotranspiration is resilient in the face of land cover and climate change in a humid temperate catchment. Hydrological Processes 32:655-663.

  • Hess, L., E. L. Hinckley, G. P. Robertson, S. K. Hamilton, and P. Matson. 2018. Rainfall intensification enhances deep percolation and soil water content in tilled and no-till cropping systems in the US Midwest. Vadose Zone Journal 17:180128.

  • Houser, M., R. C. Denny, A. P. Reimer, S. T. Marquart-Pyatt, and D. Stuart. 2018. Strategies for enhancing University Extension's role as an agricultural information source. Journal of Extension 56:#6FEA5. https://joe.org/joe/2018october/a5.php

  • Houser, M. K. 2018. Nitrogen fertilizer management in the context of the midwestern corn agro-ecological system: An environmental sociological analysis. Dissertation, Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan.

  • Jach-Smith, L. C. and R. D. Jackson. 2018. N addition undermines N supplied by arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi to native perennial grasses. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 116:148-157.

  • Jones, C. D., L. G. Oates, G. P. Robertson, and R. C. Izaurralde. 2018. Perennialization and cover cropping mitigate soil carbon loss from residue harvesting. Journal of Environmental Quality 47:710-717.

  • Karp, D. S., R. Chaplin-Kramer, T. D. Meehan, E. A. Martin, F. DeClerck, H. Grab, C. Gratton, L. Hunt, A. E. Larsen, A. Martínez-Salinas, M. E. O’Rourke, A. Rusch, K. Poveda, M. Jonsson, J. A. Rosenheim, N. A. Schellhorn, T. Tscharntke, S. D. Wratten, W. Zhang, A. L. Iverson, L. S. Adler, M. Albrecht, A. Alignier, G. M. Angelella, M. Zubair Anjum, J. Avelino, P. Batáry, J. M. Baveco, F. J. Bianchi, K. Birkhofer, E. W. Bohnenblust, R. Bommarco, M. J. Brewer, B. Caballero-López, Y. Carrière, L. G. Carvalheiro, L. Cayuela, M. Centrella, A. Ćetković, D. C. Henri, A. Chabert, A. C. Costamagna, A. De la Mora, J. de Kraker, N. Desneux, E. Diehl, T. Diekötter, C. F. Dormann, J. O. Eckberg, M. H. Entling, D. Fiedler, P. Franck, F. J. Frank van Veen, T. Frank, V. Gagic, M. P. Garratt, A. Getachew, D. J. Gonthier, P. B. Goodell, I. Graziosi, R. L. Groves, G. M. Gurr, Z. Hajian-Forooshani, G. E. Heimpel, J. D. Herrmann, A. S. Huseth, D. J. Inclán, A. J. Ingrao, P. Iv, K. Jacot, G. A. Johnson, L. Jones, M. Kaiser, J. M. Kaser, T. Keasar, T. N. Kim, M. Kishinevsky, D. A. Landis, B. Lavandero, C. Lavigne, A. Le Ralec, D. Lemessa, D. K. Letourneau, H. Liere, Y. Lu, Y. Lubin, T. Luttermoser, B. Maas, K. Mace, F. Madeira, V. Mader, A. M. Cortesero, L. Marini, E. Martinez, H. M. Martinson, P. Menozzi, M. G. Mitchell, T. Miyashita, G. A. Molina, M. A. Molina-Montenegro, M. E. O’Neal, I. Opatovsky, S. Ortiz-Martinez, M. Nash, Ö. Östman, A. Ouin, D. Pak, D. Paredes, S. Parsa, H. Parry, R. Perez-Alvarez, D. J. Perović, J. A. Peterson, S. Petit, S. M. Philpott, M. Plantegenest, M. Plećaš, T. Pluess, X. Pons, S. G. Potts, R. F. Pywell, D. W. Ragsdale, T. A. Rand, L. Raymond, B. Ricci, C. Sargent, J. Sarthou, J. Saulais, J. Schäckermann, N. P. Schmidt, G. Schneider, C. Schüepp, F. S. Sivakoff, H. G. Smith, K. Stack Whitney, S. Stutz, Z. Szendrei, M. B. Takada, H. Taki, G. Tamburini, L. J. Thomson, Y. Tricault, N. Tsafack, M. Tschumi, M. Valantin-Morison, M. Van Trinh, W. van der Werf, K. T. Vierling, B. P. Werling, J. B. Wickens, V. J. Wickens, B. A. Woodcock, K. Wyckhuys, H. Xiao, M. Yasuda, A. Yoshioka, and Y. Zou. 2018. Crop pests and predators exhibit inconsistent responses to surrounding landscape composition. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences doi: 10.1073/pnas.1800042115

  • Khanna, M., S. M. Swinton, and K. D. Messer. 2018. Sustaining our natural resources in the face of increasing societal demands on agriculture: Directions for future research. Applied Economic Perspectives and Policy 40:38-59.

  • Kim, T. N., S. Bartel, B. D. Wills, D. A. Landis, and C. Gratton. 2018. Disturbance differentially affects alpha and beta diversity of ants in tallgrass prairies. Ecosphere 9:e02399.

  • Kincaid, D. W. 2018. Revealing the biogeochemistry and hydrodynamic exchange processes of flocculent sediments in shallow freshwaters. Dissertation, Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan.

  • Kravchenko, A. N., A. K. Guber, M. Y. Quigley, J. Koestel, H. Gandhi, and N. E. Ostrom. 2018. X‐ray computed tomography to predict soil N2O production via bacterial denitrification and N2O emission in contrasting bioenergy cropping systems. Global Change Biology - Bioenergy 10:894-909.

  • Kravchenko, A. N., J. E. Fry, and A. K. Guber. 2018. Water absorption capacity of soil-incorporated plant leaves can affect N2O emissions and soil inorganic N concentrations. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 121:113-119.

  • Kuebbing, S. E., A. P. Reimer, S. A. Rosenthal, G. Feinberg, A. Leiserowitz, J. A. Lau, and M. A. Bradford. 2018. Long‐term research in ecology and evolution: A survey of challenges and opportunities. Ecological Monographs 88:245-258.

  • Kuhl, A. S., A. D. Kendall, R. L. Van Dam, and D. W. Hyndman. 2018. Quantifying soil water and root dynamics using a coupled hydrogeophysical inversion. Vadose Zone Journal 17. doi: 10.2136/vzj2017.08.0154

  • Kutlu, T., A. K. Guber, M. L. Rivers, and A. N. Kravchenko. 2018. Moisture absorption by plant residue in soil. Geoderma 316:47-55.

  • Landis, D. A., C. Gratton, R. D. Jackson, K. L. Gross, D. S. Duncan, C. Liang, T. D. Meehan, B. A. Robertson, T. M. Schmidt, K. A. Stahlheber, J. M. Tiedje, and B. P. Werling. 2018. Biomass and biofuel crop effects on biodiversity and ecosystem services in the North Central US. Biomass and Bioenergy 114:18-29.

  • Lee-Cullin, J. A., J. P. Zarnetske, S. S. Ruhala, and S. Plont. 2018. Toward measuring biogeochemistry within the stream-groundwater interface at the network scale: An initial assessment of two spatial sampling strategies. Limnology and Oceanography: Methods 16:722-733.

  • Magnoli, S. 2018. The role of rapid adaptation in plant population establishment. Dissertation, Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan.

  • McGill, B. M. 2018. Climate change - groundwater interactions in a Midwestern US agricultural system and a peri-urban system in Botswana. Dissertation, Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan, USA.

  • McGill, B. M., S. K. Hamilton, N. Millar, and G. P. Robertson. 2018. The greenhouse gas cost of agricultural intensification with groundwater irrigation in a Midwest US row cropping system. Global Change Biology 24:5948-5960.

  • Millar, N., A. Urrea, K. Kahmark, I. Shcherbak, G. P. Robertson, and I. Ortiz-Monasterio. 2018. Nitrous oxide (N2O) flux responds exponentially to nitrogen fertilizer in irrigated wheat in the Yaqui Valley, Mexico. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment 261:125-132.

  • Noriega, J., J. Hortal, F. Francisco, M. Azcárate, M. Berg, N. Bonada, M. Briones, I. Del Toro, D. Goulson, S. Ibanez, D. Landis, M. Moretti, S. Potts, E. Slade, J. Stout, U. , MD, F. Wackers, B. Woodcock, and A. Santos. 2018. Research trends in ecosystem services provided by insects. Basic and Applied Ecology 26:8-23.

  • Peralta, A. L., Y. Sun, M. , M.D., and J. T. Lennon. 2018. Crop rotational diversity increases enhances disease suppressive capacity of soil microbiomes. Ecosphere 9:e02235.

  • Perović, D. J., S. Gámez-Virués, D. A. Landis, F. Wäckers, N. Desneux, S. D. Wratten, M. S. You, and G. M. Gurr. 2018. Managing biological control services through multi-trophic trait interactions: Review and guidelines for implementation at local and landscape scales. Biological Reviews 93:306-321.

  • Quigley, M. Y., W. C. Negassa, A. K. Guber, M. L. Rivers, and A. N. Kravchenko. 2018. Influence of pore characteristics on the fate and distribution of newly added carbon. Frontiers in Environmental Science 6:51. doi: 10.3389/fenvs.2018.00051.

  • Quigley, M. Y., M. L. Rivers, and A. N. Kravchenko. 2018. Patterns and sources of spatial heterogeneity in soil matrix from contrasting long term management practices. Frontiers in Environmental Science 6:28. doi: 10.3389/fenvs.2018.00028.

  • Raymond, P. A. and S. K. Hamilton. 2018. Anthropogenic influences of riverine fluxes of dissolved inorganic carbon to the oceans. Limnology and Oceanography Letters 3:143-155.

  • Reimer, A. P., R. C. Denny, and D. Stuart. 2018. The impact of federal and state conservation programs on farmer nitrogen management. Environmental Management 62:694-708.

  • Roley, S. S., D. S. Duncan, D. Liang, A. Garoutte, R. D. Jackson, J. M. Tiedje, and G. P. Robertson. 2018. Associative nitrogen fixation (ANF) in switchgrass (Panicum virgatum) across a nitrogen input gradient. PLoS ONE 13:e0197320.

  • Ruhala, S. S., J. P. Zarnetske, D. T. Long, J. A. Lee-Cullin, S. Plont, and E. R. Wiewiora. 2018. Exploring dissolved organic carbon cycling at the stream–groundwater interface across a third-order, lowland stream network. Biogeochemistry 137:105-126.

  • Simic Milas, A., M. Romanko, P. Reil, T. Abeysinghe, and A. Marambe. 2018. The importance of leaf area index in mapping chlorophyll content of corn under different agricultural treatments using UAV images. International Journal of Remote Sensing 39:5415-5431.

  • Skevas, T., I. Skevas, and S. M. Swinton. 2018. Does spatial dependence affect the intention to make land available for bioenergy crops? Journal of Agricultural Economics 69:393-412.

  • Smith, N. G. and J. S. Dukes. 2018. Drivers of leaf carbon exchange capacity across biomes at the continental scale. Ecology 99:1610-1620.

  • Snell Taylor, S. J., B. S. Evans, E. P. White, and A. H. Hurlbert. 2018. The prevalence and impact of transient species in ecological communities. Ecology 99:1825-1835.

  • Spiegal, S., B. T. Bestelmeyer, D. W. Archer, D. J. Augustine, E. H. Boughton, R. K. Boughton, M. A. Cavigelli, P. E. Clark, J. D. Derner, E. W. Duncan, C. Hapeman, D. H. Harmel, P. Heilman, M. A. Holly, D. R. Huggins, K. King, P. J. Kleinman, M. A. Liebig, M. A. Locke, G. W. McCarty, N. Millar, S. B. Mirsky, T. B. Moorman, F. B. Pierson, R. , J.R., G. P. Robertson, J. L. Steiner, T. C. Strickland, H. M. Swain, B. J. Wienhold, J. D. Wulfhorst, M. A. Yost, and C. L. Walthall. 2018. Evaluating strategies for sustainable intensification of US agriculture through the Long-Term Agroecosystem Research network. Environmental Research Letters 13:034031.

  • Sprunger, C. D., S. W. Culman, G. P. Robertson, and S. S. Snapp. 2018. How does nitrogen and perenniality influence belowground biomass and nitrogen use efficiency in small grain cereals? Crop Science 58:2110-2120.

  • Sprunger, C. D. and G. P. Robertson. 2018. Early accumulation of active fraction soil carbon in newly established cellulosic biofuel systems. Geoderma 318:42-51.

  • Sprunger, C. D., S. W. Culman, G. P. Robertson, and S. S. Snapp. 2018. Perennial grain on a Midwest Alfisol shows no sign of early carbon gain. Renewable Agriculture and Food Systems 33:360-372.

  • Stachelek, J., C. Ford, D. Kincaid, K. King, H. Miller, and R. Nagelkirk. 2018. The National Eutrophication Survey: Lake characteristics and historical nutrient concentrations. Earth System Science Data 10:81-86.

  • Tank, J. L., E. Martí, T. Riis, D. von Schiller, A. J. Reisinger, W. K. Dodds, M. R. Whiles, L. R. Ashkenas, W. B. Bowden, S. M. Collins, C. L. Crenshaw, T. A. Crowl, N. A. Griffiths, N. B. Grimm, S. K. Hamilton, S. L. Johnson, W. H. McDowell, B. M. Norman, E. J. Rosi, K. S. Simon, S. A. Thomas, and W. , J.R.. 2018. Partitioning assimilatory nitrogen uptake in streams: an analysis of stable isotope tracer additions across continents. Ecological Monographs 88:120-138.

  • Thelusmond, J. 2018. Biodegradation of emergin contaminants in agricultural soils and thier impact on soil microbial communities. Dissertation, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI.

  • Welshofer, K. B., P. L. Zarnetske, N. K. Lany, and L. A. Thompson. 2018. Open-top chambers for temperature manipulation in taller-stature plant communities. Methods in Ecology and Evolution 9:254-259.

  • Welshofer, K. B., P. L. Zarnetske, N. K. Lany, and Q. D. Read. 2018. Short-term responses to warming vary between native vs. exotic species and with latitude in an early successional plant community. Oecologia 187:333-342.

  • Wills, B. D. and D. A. Landis. 2018. The role of ants in north temperate grasslands: A review. Oecologia 186:323-338.

  • 2017

    Austin, E. E., K. Wickings, M. McDaniel, G. P. Robertson, and A. S. Grandy. 2017. Cover crop root contributions to soil carbon in a no-till corn bioenergy cropping system. Global Change Biology Bioenergy 9:1252-1263.

  • Beehler, J., J. Fry, W. Negassa, and A. Kravchenko. 2017. Impact of cover crop on soil carbon accrual in topographically diverse terrain. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation 72:272-279.

  • Brewer, P. E. 2017. Soil heterogeneity in agricultural and natural ecosystems: Relationships between anaerobic activity, organic matter, nutrients, and greenhouse gases. Dissertation, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colorado.

  • Buchanan, A. L., S. L. Hermann, M. Lund, and Z. Szendrei. 2017. A meta-analysis of non-consumptive predator effects in arthropods: The influence of organismal and environmental characteristics. Oikos 126:1233-1240.

  • Calderón, F. J., S. Culman, J. Six, A. J. Franzluebbers, M. Schipanski, J. Beniston, S. Grandy, and A. Y. Kong. 2017. Quantification of soil permanganate oxidizable C (POXC) using infrared spectroscopy. Soil Science Society of America Journal 81:277-288.

  • Dazzo, F. B. and A. Garoutte. 2017. Rhizosphere. Pages 17 in Reference Module in Life Sciences. Elsevier, Amsterdam.

  • Dazzo, F. B. and Y. G. Yanni. 2017. Spatial ecology of microbial colonization intensity and behavior in rice rhizoplane biofilms analyzed by CMEIAS Bioimage Informatics software. Journal of Soil Science & Plant Health 1:1.

  • Dazzo, F., R. Sexton, A. Jain, A. Makhoul, M. Shears, D. Gusfa, S. Handelsman, B. Niccum, and D. Onsay. 2017. Influence of substratum hydrophobicity on the geomicrobiology of river biofilm architecture and ecology analyzed by CMEIAS bioimage informatics. Geosciences 7:56.

  • Desotelle, M. D. 2017. The impacts of algal subsidies from a run-of-river reservoir on downstream food webs and nutrient availability, and the implications of a diluted bitumen spill on the Kalamazoo River. Dissertation, Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan, USA.

  • Doll, J. E., B. Petersen, and C. Layman. 2017. Skeptical but adapting: What Midwestern farmers say about climate change. Weather, Climate, and Society 9:739-751.

  • Doll, J. E. and A. P. Reimer. 2017. Bringing farm advisors into the sustainability conversation: Results from a nitrogen workshop in the US Midwest. Journal of Extension 55:#5IAW2. https://www.joe.org/joe/2017october/pdf/JOE_v55_5iw2.pdf

  • Dugan, H. A., S. L. Bartlett, S. M. Burke, J. P. Doubek, F. E. Krivak-Tetley, N. K. Skaff, J. C. Summers, K. J. Farrell, I. M. McCullough, A. M. Morales-Williams, D. C. Roberts, Z. Ouyang, F. Scordo, P. C. Hanson, and K. C. Weathers. 2017. Salting our freshwater lakes. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 114:4453-4458.

  • Dugan, H. A., J. C. Summers, N. K. Skaff, F. E. Krivak-Tetley, and J. P. Doubek. 2017. Long-term chloride concentrations in North American and European freshwater lakes. Scientific Data 4:10.1038/sdata.2017.101.

  • Dugan, H. A., J. C. Summers, N. K. Skaff, F. E. Krivak-Tetley, and J. P. Doubek. 2017. Data Descriptor: Long-term chloride concentrations in North American and European freshwater lakes. Scientific Data 4:170101.

  • Emery, S. M., M. L. Reid, L. Bell-Dereske, and K. L. Gross. 2017. Soil mycorrhizal and nematode diversity vary in response to bioenergy crop identity and fertilization. Global Change Biology Bioenergy 9:1644-1656.

  • Ferrero, R., M. Lima, A. S. Davis, and J. L. Gonzalez-Andujar. 2017. Weed diversity affects soybean and maize yield in a long term experiment in Michigan, USA. Frontiers in Plant Science 8: 236.

  • Fry, J., A. K. Guber, M. Ladoni, J. D. Munoz, and A. N. Kravchenko. 2017. The effect of up-scaling soil properties and model parameters on predictive accuracy of DSSAT crop simulation model under variable weather conditions. Geoderma 287:105-115.

  • Gallagher, M. E., F. L. Liljestrand, W. C. Hockaday, and C. A. Masiello. 2017. Plant species, not climate, controls aboveground biomass O2:CO2 exchange ratios in deciduous and coniferous ecosystems. Journal of Geophysical Research-Biogeosciences 122:2314-2324.

  • Gdanetz, K. and F. Trail. 2017. The wheat microbiome under four management strategies, and potential for endophytes in disease protection. Phytobiomes 1:158-168.

  • Gottshall, C. B., M. Cooper, and S. M. Emery. 2017. Activity, diversity and function of arbuscular mycorrhizae vary with changes in agricultural management intensity. Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 241:142-149.

  • Gurr, G. M., S. D. Wratten, D. A. Landis, and M. You. 2017. Habitat management to suppress pest populations: Progress and prospects. Annual Review of Entomology 62:91-109.

  • Haramoto, E. R. and D. C. Brainard. 2017. Spatial and temporal variability in Powell amaranth (Amaranthus powellii) emergence under strip tillage with cover crop residue. Weed Science 65:151-163.

  • Hermann, S. L. and D. A. Landis. 2017. Scaling up our understanding of non-consumptive effects in insect systems. Current Opinion in Insect Science 20:54-60.

  • Hess, L. 2017. Climate change and agriculture: The effects of extreme rainfall patterns on nitrogen leaching from field crop systems in the U.S. Midwest. Dissertation, Stanford University, Stanford, California.

  • Izaurralde, C., W. B. McGill, J. Williams, C. Jones, R. Link, D. Manowitz, D. Schwab, X. Zhang, G. P. Robertson, and N. Millar. 2017. Simulating microbial denitrification with EPIC: Model description and evaluation. Ecological Modelling 359:349-362.

  • Kim, T. N., A. F. Fox, B. D. Wills, T. D. Meehan, D. A. Landis, and C. Gratton. 2017. Harvesting biofuel grasslands has mixed effects on natural enemy communities and no effects on biocontrol services. Journal of Applied Ecology 54:2011-2021.

  • Kinnetz, E. R. 2017. Intraspecific differences in belowground associations and seedling root morphology for the biofuel crop, Panicum virgatum. Thesis, University of Louisville, Louisville, KY.

  • Kravchenko, A. N., S. S. Snapp, and G. P. Robertson. 2017. Field-scale experiments reveal persistent yield gaps in low-input and organic cropping systems. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 114:926-931.

  • Kravchenko, A. N., E. R. Toosi, A. K. Guber, N. E. Ostrom, J. Yu, K. Azeem, M. L. Rivers, and G. P. Robertson. 2017. Hotspots of soil N2O emission enhanced through water absorption by plant residue. Nature Geoscience 10:496-500.

  • Landis, D. A. 2017. Designing agricultural landscapes for biodiversity services. Basic and Applied Ecology 18:1-12.

  • Landis, D. A. 2017. Productive engagement with agriculture essential to monarch butterfly conservation. Environmental Research Letters 10:101003.

  • Lau, J. A., J. T. Lennon, and K. D. Heath. 2017. Trees harness the power of microbes to survive climate change. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 114:11009-11011.

  • Liu, L. and B. Basso. 2017. Spatial evaluation of switchgrass productivity under historical and future climate scenarios in Michigan. GCB Bioenergy 9:1320-1332.

  • Lowry, C. J. and D. C. Brainard. 2017. Rye–vetch spatial arrangement and tillage: Impacts on soil nitrogen and sweet corn roots. Agronomy Journal 109:1013-1023.

  • Norman, B. C., M. R. Whiles, S. M. Collins, A. S. Flecker, S. K. Hamilton, S. L. Johnson, E. J. Rosi, L. R. Ashkenas, W. B. Bowden, C. L. Crenshaw, T. Crowl, W. K. Dodds, R. O. Hall, R. El-Sabaawi, N. A. Griffiths, E. Marti, W. H. McDowell, S. D. Peterson, H. M. Rantala, T. Riis, K. S. Simon, J. L. Tank, S. A. Thomas, D. von Schiller, and J. R. Webster. 2017. Drivers of nitrogen transfer in stream food webs across continents. Ecology 98:3044-3055.

  • O'Neill, B. 2017. Increasing rotational complexity in row crops restructures microbial communities and soil nutrient dynamics. Dissertation, Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan.

  • Palm-Forster, L. H., S. M. Swinton, and R. S. Shupp. 2017. Farmer preferences for conservation incentives that promote voluntary phosphorus abatement in agricultural watersheds. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation 72:493-505.

  • Reimer, A., J. E. Doll, B. Basso, S. T. Marquart-Pyatt, G. P. Robertson, D. Stuart, and J. Zhao. 2017. Moving toward sustainable farming systems: Insights from private and public sector dialogues on nitrogen management. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation 72:5A-9A.

  • Robertson, G. P., S. K. Hamilton, B. L. Barham, B. E. Dale, R. C. Izaurralde, R. D. Jackson, D. A. Landis, S. M. Swinton, K. D. Thelen, and J. M. Tiedje. 2017. Cellulosic biofuel contributions to a sustainable energy future: Choices and outcomes. Science 356:eaal2324.

  • Ruan, L. and G. P. Robertson. 2017. Reduced snow cover increases wintertime nitrous oxide (N2O) emissions from an agricultural soil in the upper U.S. Midwest. Ecosystems 20:917-927.

  • Ruhala, S. S. 2017. Understanding the role of the stream-groundwater interface in dissolved organic carbon cycling in a third-order, lowland river network. Thesis, Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan.

  • Ruhala, S. S. and J. P. Zarnetske. 2017. Using in-situ optical sensors to study dissolved organic carbon dynamics of streams and watersheds: A review. Science of The Total Environment 575:713-723.

  • Safaie, A., C. Dang, H. Qiu, H. Radha, and M. S. Phanikumar. 2017. Manifold methods for assimilating geophysical and meteorological data in Earth system models and their components. Journal of Hydrology 544:383-396.

  • Sanford, G. R., R. D. Jackson, L. G. Oates, G. P. Robertson, S. Roley, and K. D. Thelen. 2017. Biomass production a stronger driver of cellulosic ethanol yield than biomass quality. Agronomy Journal 109:1911-1922.

  • Schewe, R. L. and D. Stuart. 2017. Why don't they just change? Contract farming, informational influence, and barriers to agricultural climate change mitigation. Rural Sociology 82:226-262.

  • Schmidt, J. E., D. J. Weese, and J. A. Lau. 2017. Long-term agricultural management does not alter the evolution of a soybean-rhizobium mutualism. Ecological Applications 27:2487-2496.

  • Simic Milas, A. and R. K. Vincent. 2017. Monitoring Landsat vegetation indices for different crop treatments and soil chemistry. International Journal of Remote Sensing 38:141-160.

  • Smith, N. G. and J. S. Dukes. 2017. LCE: Leaf carbon exchange dataset for tropical, temperate, and boreal species of North and Central America. Ecology 98:2978.

  • Smith, L. C. 2017. Nitrogen conservation in perennial grasses managed for bioenergy production. Dissertation, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Madison WI.

  • Snapp, S. S., B. Wilke, L. Gentry, and D. Zoellner. 2017. Compost legacy down-regulates biological nitrogen fixation in a long-term field experiment. Agronomy Journal 109:2662-2669.

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  • Sprunger, C. D., L. G. Oates, R. D. Jackson, and G. P. Robertson. 2017. Plant community composition influences fine root production and biomass allocation in perennial bioenergy cropping systems of the upper Midwest, USA. Biomass and Bioenergy 105:248-258.

  • Su, Y. 2017. The carbon sequestration and soil respiration after land use conversion in biofuel cropping ecosystems. Dissertation, Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan.

  • Swinton, S. M. and B. Van Deynze. 2017. Hoes to herbicides: Economics of evolving weed management in the United States. European Journal of Development Research 29:560-574.

  • Swinton, S. M., S. Tanner, B. L. Barham, D. F. Mooney, and T. Skevas. 2017. How willing are landowners to supply land for bioenergy crops in the Northern Great Lakes Region? Global Change Biology Bioenergy 9:414-428.

  • Toosi, E. R., A. N. Kravchenko, J. Mao, M. Y. Quigley, and M. L. Rivers. 2017. Effects of management and pore characteristics on organic matter composition of macroaggregates: Evidence from characterization of organic matter and imaging. European Journal of Soil Science 68:200-211.

  • Toosi, E. R., A. N. Kravchenko, A. K. Guber, and M. L. Rivers. 2017. Pore characteristics regulate priming and fate of carbon from plant residue. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 113:219-230.

  • Valdez, Z., W. C. Hockaday, C. M. Masiello, M. E. Gallagher, and G. P. Robertson. 2017. Soil carbon and nitrogen responses to nitrogen fertilizer and harvesting rates in switchgrass cropping systems. BioEnergy Research 10:456-464.

  • Wang, S. 2017. Biomass production potential, theoretical ethanol yield, environmental sustainability of Miscanthus x giganteus and nitrogen fertilizer effect on quantity and quality in five lignocellulosic biomass crops in north-central U.S. Thesis, Michigan State University, East Lansing MI.

  • Welshofer, K. B. 2017. Short-term effects of passive warming on two invaded plant communtieis using a novel open-top chamber design. , Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI.

  • White, J. D., O. Sarnelle, and S. K. Hamilton. 2017. Unexpected population response to increasing temperature in the context of a strong species interaction. Ecological Applications 27:1657-1665.

  • Yang, Q., X. Zhang, M. Abraha, S. Del Grosso, G. P. Robertson, and J. Chen. 2017. Enhancing the soil and water assessment tool model for simulating N2O emissions of three agricultural systems. Ecosystem Health and Sustainability 3:e01259.

  • Zhang, B., C. R. Penton, C. Xue, J. F. Quensen, S. S. Roley, J. Guo, A. Garoutte, T. Zheng, and J. M. Tiedje. 2017. Soil depth and crop determinants of bacterial communities under ten biofuel cropping systems. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 112:140-152.

  • 2016

    Abraha, M., I. Gelfand, S. K. Hamilton, C. Shao, Y. J. Su, G. P. Robertson, and J. Chen. 2016. Ecosystem water-use efficiency of annual corn and perennial grasslands: Contributions from land-use history and species composition. Ecosystems 19:1001-1012.

  • Bahlai, C. A. and D. A. Landis. 2016. Predicting plant attractiveness to pollinators with passive crowdsourcing. Royal Society Open Science 3:150677.

  • Beehler, J. 2016. The effect of cover crop on soil carbon and soil water retention in topographically diverse terrain. Thesis, Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan.

  • Cai, X., Z. L. Yang, J. B. Fisher, X. Zhang, M. Barlage, and F. Chen. 2016. Integration of nitrogen dynamics into the Noah-MP land surface model v1.1 for climate and environmental predictions. Geoscience Model Development 9:1-15.

  • Cheng, H. -., C. M. Masiello, G. N. Bennett, and J. J. Silberg. 2016. Volatile gas production by methyl halide transferase: An in situ reporter of microbial gene expression in soil. Environmental Science and Technology 50:8750-8759.

  • Duncan, D. S. 2016. Linking soil microbiology and environmental conditions to variability in nitrous oxide production in bioenergy cropping systems. Dissertation, University of Wisconsin- Madison, Madison, Wisconsin.

  • Fox, A., T. N. Kim, C. A. Bahlai, J. M. Woltz, C. Gratton, and D. A. Landis. 2016. Cover crops have neutral effects on predator communities and biological control services in annual cellulosic bioenergy cropping systems. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment 232:101-109.

  • Garnache, C., S. M. Swinton, J. Herriges, F. Lupi, and J. Stevenson. 2016. Solving the phosphorus pollution puzzle: Synthesis and directions for future research. American Journal of Agricultural Economics 98:1334-1359.

  • Garoutte, A. 2016. Identifying the activities of rhizosphere microbial communities using metatranscriptomics. Dissertation, Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan.

  • Garoutte, A., E. Cardenas, J. Tiedje, and A. Howe. 2016. Methodologies for probing the metatranscriptome of grassland soil. Journal of Microbiological Methods 131:122-129.

  • Geertsema, W., W. A. Rossing, D. A. Landis, F. J. Bianchi, P. C. van Rijn, J. H. Schaminée, T. Tscharntke, and W. van der Werf. 2016. Actionable knowledge for ecological intensification of agriculture. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 14:209-216.

  • Gelfand, I., I. Shcherbak, N. Millar, A. N. Kravchenko, and G. P. Robertson. 2016. Long-term nitrous oxide fluxes in annual and perennial agricultural and unmanaged ecosystems in the upper Midwest USA. Global Change Biology 22:3594-3607.

  • Gordon, B. R., C. R. Klinger, D. J. Weese, J. A. Lau, P. V. Burke, B. T. Dentinger, and K. D. Heath. 2016. Decoupled genomic elements and the evolution of partner quality in nitrogen-fixing rhizobia. Ecology and Evolution 6:1317-1327.

  • Guo, J. 2016. Rhizosphere metagenomics of three biofuel crops. Dissertation, Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan.

  • Guo, J., J. R. Cole, Q. Zhang, C. T. Brown, and J. M. Tiedje. 2016. Microbial community analysis with ribosomal gene fragments from shotgun metagenomes. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 82:157-166.

  • Gustafson, D., M. Hayes, E. Janssen, D. B. Lobell, S. Long, G. C. Nelson, H. B. Pakrasi, P. Raven, G. P. Robertson, R. Robertson, and D. Wuebbles. 2016. Pharaoh's dream revisited: An integrated US Midwest field research network for climate adaptation. BioScience 66:80-85.

  • Heath, K. D. and M. A. Grillo. 2016. Rhizobia: tractable models for bacterial evolutionary ecology. Environmental Microbiology 18:4307-4311.

  • Hermann, S. L., S. Xue, L. Rowe, E. Davidson-Lowe, A. Myers, B. Eshchanov, and C. A. Bahlai. 2016. Thermally moderated firefly activity is delayed by precipitation extremes. Royal Society Open Science 3:160712 .

  • Hossard, L., D. W. Archer, M. Bertrand, C. Colnenne-David, P. Debaeke, M. Ernfors, M. Jeuffroy, N. Munier-Jolain, C. Nilsson, G. R. Sanford, S. S. Snapp, E. S. Jensen, and D. Makowski. 2016. A meta-analysis of maize and wheat yields in low-input vs. conventional and organic systems. Agronomy Journal 108:1155-1167.

  • Hurisso, T. T., S. W. Culman, W. R. Horwath, J. Wade, D. Cass, J. W. Beniston, T. M. Bowles, A. S. Grandy, A. J. Franzluebbers, M. E. Schipanski, S. T. Lucas, and C. M. Ugarte. 2016. Comparison of permanganate-oxidizable carbon and mineralizable carbon for assessment of organic matter stabilization and mineralization. Soil Science Society of America Journal 80:1352-1364.

  • Jaikumar, N., S. S. Snapp, and T. D. Sharkey. 2016. Older Thinopyrum intermedium (Poaceae) plants exhibit superior photosynthetic tolerance to cold stress and greater increases in photosynthetic enzymes under freezing stress compared with young plants. Journal of Experimental Botany 67:4743-4753.

  • Jesus, E. C., C. Liang, F. J. Quensen, E. Susilawati, R. D. Jackson, T. C. Balser, and J. M. Tiedje. 2016. Influence of corn, switchgrass, and prairie cropping systems on soil microbial communities in the upper Midwest of the United States. Global Change Biology Bioenergy 8:481-494.

  • Kallenbach, C. M., S. D. Frey, and A. S. Grandy. 2016. Direct evidence for microbial-derived soil organic matter formation and its ecophysiological controls. Nature Communications 7:13630.

  • Kerr, J. M., J. V. DePinto, D. McGrath, S. P. Sowa, and S. M. Swinton. 2016. Sustainable management of Great Lakes watersheds dominated by agricultural land use. Journal of Great Lakes Research 42:1252-1259.

  • Kinsman-Costello, L. E., S. K. Hamilton, J. M. O’Brien, and J. T. Lennon. 2016. Phosphorus release from the drying and reflooding of diverse shallow sediments. Biogeochemistry 130:159-176.

  • Klinger, C. R., J. A. Lau, and K. D. Heath. 2016. Ecological genomics of mutualism decline in nitrogen-fixing bacteria. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B: Biological Sciences 283:20152563.

  • Ladoni, M., A. Basir, G. P. Robertson, and A. N. Kravchenko. 2016. Scaling-up: Cover crops differentially influence soil carbon in agricultural fields with diverse topography. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment 225:93-103.

  • Ladwig, L. M., Z. R. Ratajczak, T. W. Ocheltree, K. A. Hafich, A. C. Churchill, S. J. Frey, C. B. Fuss, C. E. Kazanski, J. D. Muñoz, M. D. Petrie, A. B. Reinmann, and J. G. Smith. 2016. Beyond arctic and alpine: the influence of winter climate on temperate ecosystems. Ecology 97:372-382.

  • Leng, G., X. Zhang, M. Huang, Q. Yang, R. Rafique, G. R. Asrar, and L. Ruby Leung. 2016. Simulating county-level crop yields in the conterminous United States using the Community Land Model: The effects of optimizing irrigation and fertilization. Journal of Advances in Modeling Earth Systems 8:1912-1931.

  • Liang, C., E. da C. Jesus, D. S. Duncan, J. F. Quensen, R. D. Jackson, T. C. Balser, and J. M. Tiedje. 2016. Switchgrass rhizospheres stimulate microbial biomass but deplete microbial necromass in agricultural soils of the upper Midwest, USA. Soil Biology & Biochemistry 94:173-180.

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  • McDaniel, M. D. and A. S. Grandy. 2016. Soil microbial biomass and function are altered by 12 years of crop rotation. Soil 2:583-599.

  • Millar, N. and G. P. Robertson. 2016. Managing nitrogen fertilizers in the field to reduce greenhouse gases. Fertilizer Focus September/October:54-57.

  • Mpeketula, P. M. 2016. Soil organic carbon dynamics and mycorrhizal fungal diversity in contrasting agroecosystems. Dissertation, Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan.

  • Oates, L. G., D. S. Duncan, I. Gelfand, N. Millar, G. P. Robertson, and R. D. Jackson. 2016. Nitrous oxide emissions during establishment of eight alternative cellulosic bioenergy cropping systems in the North Central United States. Global Change Biology Bioenergy 8:539-549.

  • Palm-Forster, L. H., S. M. Swinton, T. Redder, J. V. DePinto, and C. Boles. 2016. Using conservation auctions informed by environmental performance models to reduce agricultural nutrient flows into Lake Erie. Journal of Great Lakes Research 42:1357-1371.

  • Palm-Forster, L. H., F. Lupi, and M. Chen. 2016. Valuing Lake Erie beaches using value and function transfers. Agricultural and Resource Economics Review 45:270-292.

  • Palm-Forster, L. H., S. M. Swinton, F. Lupi, and R. S. Shupp. 2016. Too burdensome to bid: Transaction costs and pay-for-performance conservation. American Journal of Agricultural Economics 98:1314-1333.

  • Paul, E. A. 2016. The nature and dynamics of soil organic matter: Plant inputs, microbial transformations, and organic matter stabilization. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 98:109-126.

  • Paustian, K., J. Lehmann, S. Ogle, D. Reay, G. P. Robertson, and P. Smith. 2016. Climate-smart soils. Nature 532:49-57.

  • Piso, Z., I. Werkheiser, S. Noll, and C. Leshko. 2016. Sustainability of what? Recognising the diverse values that sustainable agriculture works to sustain. Environmental Values 25:195-214.

  • Roller, B. R., S. F. Stoddard, and T. M. Schmidt. 2016. Exploiting rRNA operon copy number to investigate bacterial reproductive strategies. Nature Microbiology 1:16160.

  • Ruan, L., A. K. Bhardwaj, S. K. Hamilton, and G. P. Robertson. 2016. Nitrogen fertilization challenges the climate benefit of cellulosic biofuels. Environmental Research Letters 11:064007.

  • Rusch, A., R. Chaplin-Kramer, M. M. Gardiner, V. Hawro, J. Holland, D. Landis, C. Thies, T. Tscharntke, W. W. Weisser, C. Winqvist, M. Woltz, and R. Bommarco. 2016. Agricultural landscape simplification reduces natural pest control: A quantitative synthesis. Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 221:198-204.

  • Sanford, G. R., L. G. Oates, P. Jasrotia, K. D. Thelen, G. P. Robertson, and R. D. Jackson. 2016. Comparative productivity of alternative cellulosic bioenergy cropping systems in the North Central USA. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment 216:344-355.

  • Skevas, T., S. M. Swinton, S. Tanner, G. Sanford, and K. D. Thelen. 2016. Investment risk in bioenergy crops. Global Change Biology Bioenergy 8:1162-1177.

  • Stahlheber, K. A., B. Watson, T. L. Dickson, R. Disney, and K. L. Gross. 2016. Balancing biofuel production and biodiversity: Harvesting frequency effects on production and community composition in planted tallgrass prairie. Biomass and Bioenergy 92:98-105.

  • Stuart, D. and R. L. Schewe. 2016. Constrained choice and climate change mitigation in US agriculture: Structural barriers to a climate change ethic. Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Ethics 29:369-385.

  • Suding, K. N., E. Spotswood, D. Chapple, E. Beller, and K. L. Gross. 2016. Ecological dynamics and ecological restoration. Pages 27-56 in Foundations of Restoration Ecology, Second edition. Island Press, Washington DC.

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  • Xu, M. 2016. Ecological scaling laws link individual body size variation to population abundance fluctuation. Oikos 125:288-299.

  • 2015

    Aanderud, Z. T., S. E. Jones, N. Fierer, and J. T. Lennon. 2015. Resuscitation of the rare biosphere contributes to pulses of ecosystem activity. Frontiers in Microbiology 6:24.

  • Abraha, M., J. Chen, H. Chu, T. Zenone, R. John, Y. J. Su, S. K. Hamilton, and G. P. Robertson. 2015. Evapotranspiration of annual and perennial biofuel crops in a variable climate. Global Change Biology Bioenergy 7:1344-1356.

  • Bahlai, C. A., W. vander Werf, M. O'Neal, L. Hemerik, and D. A. Landis. 2015. Shifts in dynamic regime of an invasive lady beetle are linked to the invasion and insecticidal management of its prey. Ecological Applications 25:1807-1818.

  • Bahlai, C. A., M. Colunga-Garcia, S. H. Gage, and D. A. Landis. 2015. The role of exotic ladybeetles in the decline of native ladybeetle populations: evidence from long-term monitoring. Biological Invasions 17:1005-1024.

  • Basso, B. and J. T. Ritchie. 2015. Simulating crop growth and biogeochemical fluxes in response to land management using the SALUS model. Pages 252-274 in S. K. Hamilton, J. E. Doll, and G. P. Robertson, eds. The Ecology of Agricultural Landscapes: Long-Term Research on the Path to Sustainability. Oxford University Press, New York, New York, USA.

  • Basso, B., D. W. Hyndman, A. D. Kendall, P. R. Grace, and G. P. Robertson. 2015. Can impacts of climate change and agricultural adaptation strategies be accurately quantified if crop models are annually re-initialized? PLoS ONE 10:e0127333.

  • Bhardwaj, A. K., T. Zenone, and J. Chen. 2015. Sustainable Biofuels: An Ecological Assessment of the Future Energy. De Gruyter, Berlin, Germany

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  • Birge, H. E., R. T. Conant, R. F. Follett, M. L. Haddix, S. J. Morris, S. S. Snapp, M. D. Wallenstein, and E. A. Paul. 2015. Soil respiration is not limited by reductions in microbial biomass during long-term soil incubations. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 81:304-310.

  • Campioli, M., S. Vicca, S. Luyssaert, J. Bilcke, E. Ceschia, F. S. Chapin III, P. Ciais, M. Fernández-Martínez, Y. Malhi, M. Obersteiner, D. Olefeldt, D. Papale, S. L. Piao, J. Peñuelas, P. F. Sullivan, X. Wang, T. Zenone, and I. A. Janssens. 2015. Biomass production efficiency controlled by management in temperate and boreal ecosystems. Nature Geoscience 8:843-846.

  • Dazzo, F. B., Y. Yanni, A. Jones, and A. Elsadany. 2015. CMEIAS bioimage informatics that define the landscape ecology of immature microbial biofilms developed on plant rhizoplane surfaces. AIMS Bioengineering 2:469-486.

  • Dazzo, F. B. and B. C. Niccum. 2015. Use of CMEIAS image analysis software to accurately compute attributes of cell size, morphology, spatial aggregation and color segmentation that signify in situ ecophysiological adaptations in microbial biofilm communities. Computation 3:72-98.

  • Dickson, T. L. and K. L. Gross. 2015. Can the results of biodiversity-ecosystem productivity studies be translated to bioenergy production? PLoS ONE 10:e0135253.

  • Egbendewe-Mondzozo, A., S. M. Swinton, S. Kang, W. M. Post, J. C. Binfield, and W. Thompson. 2015. Bioenergy supply and environmental impacts on cropland: insights from multi-market forecasts in a Great Lakes subregional bioeconomic model. Applied Economic Perspectives and Policy 37:602-618.

  • Gage, S. H., J. E. Doll, and G. R. Safir. 2015. A crop stress index to predict climatic effects on row-crop agriculture in the U.S. North Central Region. Pages 77-103 in S. K. Hamilton, J. E. Doll, and G. P. Robertson, eds. The Ecology of Agricultural Landscapes: Long-Term Research on the Path to Sustainability. Oxford University Press, New York, New York, USA.

  • Gage, S. H., W. Joo, E. P. Kasten, J. Fox, and S. Biswas. 2015. Acoustic observations in agricultural landscapes. Pages 360-377 in S. K. Hamilton, J. E. Doll, and G. P. Robertson, eds. The Ecology of Agricultural Landscapes: Long-Term Research on the Path to Sustainability. Oxford University Press, New York, New York, USA.

  • Gallaher, C. and S. S. Snapp. 2015. Organic management and legume presence maintained phosphorus bioavailability in a 17-year field crop experiment. Renewable Agriculture and Food Systems 30:211-222.

  • Gelfand, I., M. Cui, J. Tang, and G. P. Robertson. 2015. Short-term drought response of N2O and CO2 emissions from mesic agricultural soils in the US Midwest. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment 212:127-133.

  • Gelfand, I. and G. P. Robertson. 2015. A reassessment of the contribution of soybean biological nitrogen fixation to reactive N in the environment. Biogeochemistry 123:175-184.

  • Gelfand, I. and G. P. Robertson. 2015. Mitigation of greenhouse gases in agricultural ecosystems. Pages 310-339 in S. K. Hamilton, J. E. Doll, and G. P. Robertson, eds. The Ecology of Agricultural Landscapes: Long-Term Research on the Path to Sustainability. Oxford University Press, New York, New York, USA.

  • Gordon, B. R. 2015. The influence of long-term nitrogen fertilization on symbiosis and metabolism in the legume-rhizobium mutualsim. Thesis, University of Illinois at Urban-Champaign, Urbana Illinois.

  • Gottshall, C. B. 2015. Effects of different agricultural management systems on arbuscular mycorrhizal fungal diversity, community structure, and ecosystem services. Dissertation, University of Louisville, Louisville, Kentucky.

  • Gross, K. L., S. Emery, A. S. Davis, R. G. Smith, and T. M. Robinson. 2015. Plant community dynamics in agricultural and successional fields. Pages 158-187 in S. K. Hamilton, J. E. Doll, and G. P. Robertson, eds. The Ecology of Agricultural Landscapes: Long-Term Research on the Path to Sustainability. Oxford University Press, New York, New York, USA.

  • Hamilton, S. K., J. E. Doll, and G. P. Robertson. 2015. The Ecology of Agricultural Landscapes: Long-Term Research on the Path to Sustainability. Oxford University Press, New York, New York, USA

  • Hamilton, S. K., M. Z. Hussain, A. K. Bhardwaj, B. Basso, and G. P. Robertson. 2015. Comparative water use by maize, perennial crops, restored prairie, and poplar trees in the US Midwest. Environmental Research Letters 10:064015.

  • Hamilton, S. K. 2015. Water quality and movement in agricultural landscapes. Pages 275-309 in S. K. Hamilton, J. E. Doll, and G. P. Robertson, eds. The Ecology of Agricultural Landscapes: Long-Term Research on the Path to Sustainability. Oxford University Press, New York, New York, USA.

  • Ji, Z., K. J. Card, and F. B. Dazzo. 2015. CMEIAS JFrad: A digital computing tool to discriminate the fractal geometry of landscape architectures and spatial patterns of individual cells in microbial biofilms. Microbial Ecology 69:710-720.

  • Kallenbach, C. M. 2015. Microbial influences on decomposition and soil organic matter formation in agricultural soils. Dissertation, University of New Hampshire, Durham, New Hampshire.

  • Kallenbach, C. M., A. S. Grandy, S. D. Frey, and A. F. Diefendorf. 2015. Microbial physiology and necromass regulate agricultural soil carbon accumulation. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 91:279-290.

  • Kallenbach, C. and A. S. Grandy. 2015. Land-use legacies regulate decomposition dynamics following bioenergy crop conversion. Global Change Biology Bioenergy 7:1232-1244.

  • Kinsman-Costello, L. E., J. M. O'Brien, and S. K. Hamilton. 2015. Natural stressors in uncontaminated sediments of shallow freshwaters: The prevalence of sulfide, ammonia, and reduced iron. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 34:467-479.

  • Klinger, C. 2015. Ecological genomics of mutualism decline in nitrogen-fixing bacteria. Thesis, University of Illinois and Urban-Champaign, Urbana, Illinois.

  • Kravchenko, A. N. and G. P. Robertson. 2015. Statistical challenges in analyses of chamber-based soil CO2 and N2O emissions data. Soil Science Society of America Journal 79:200-211.

  • Kravchenko, A. N., W. C. Negassa, A. K. Guber, and M. L. Rivers. 2015. Protection of soil carbon within macro-aggregates depends on intra-aggregate pore characteristics. Scientific Reports 5:16261.

  • Ladoni, M., A. N. Kravchenko, and G. P. Robertson. 2015. Topography mediates the influence of cover crops on soil nitrate levels in row crop agricultural systems. PLoS ONE 10:e0143358.

  • Ladoni, M., A. Basir, and A. Kravchenko. 2015. Which soil carbon fraction is the best for assessing management differences? A statistical power perspective. Soil Science Society America Journal 79:848-857.

  • Ladoni, M. 2015. Interactive effects of cover crops and topography on soil organic carbon and mineral nitrogen. Dissertation, Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan.

  • Landis, D. A. and S. H. Gage. 2015. Arthropod diversity and pest suppression in agricultural landscapes. Pages 188-212 in S. K. Hamilton, J. E. Doll, and G. P. Robertson, eds. The Ecology of Agricultural Landscapes: Long-Term Research on the Path to Sustainability. Oxford University Press, New York, New York, USA.

  • Liere, H., T. N. Kim, B. P. Werling, T. D. Meehan, D. A. Landis, and C. Gratton. 2015. Trophic cascades in agricultural landscapes: indirect effects of landscape composition on crop yield. Ecological Applications 25:652-661.

  • Liu, L. 2015. Modeling switchgrass aboveground net primary productivity and evapotranspiration across Michigan. Thesis, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI.

  • Mahaney, W. M., K. L. Gross, C. B. Blackwood, and K. A. Smeemo. 2015. Impacts of prairie grass species restoration on plant community invasibility and soil processes in abandoned agricultural fields. Applied Vegetation Science 18:99-109.

  • Millar, N. and G. P. Robertson. 2015. Nitrogen transfers and transformations in row-crop ecosystems. Pages 213-251 in S. K. Hamilton, J. E. Doll, and G. P. Robertson, eds. The Ecology of Agricultural Landscapes: Long-Term Research on the Path to Sustainability. Oxford University Press, New York, New York, USA.

  • Negassa, W. C., A. K. Guber, A. N. Kravchenko, T. L. Marsh, B. Hildebrandt, and M. L. Rivers. 2015. Properties of soil pore space regulate pathways of plant residue decomposition and community structure of associated bacteria. PLoS ONE 10:e0123999.

  • Negassa, W., R. F. Price, A. Basir, S. S. Snapp, and A. Kravchenko. 2015. Cover crop and tillage systems effect on soil CO2 and N2O fluxes in contrasting topographic positions. Soil & Tillage Research 154:64-74.

  • Palm-Forster, L. H. 2015. Cost-effective conservation programs to enhance ecosystem services in agricultural landscapes. Dissertation, Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan.

  • Paul, E. A., A. Kravchenko, A. S. Grandy, and S. Morris. 2015. Soil organic matter dynamics: Controls and management for sustainable ecosystem functioning. Pages 104-134 in S. K. Hamilton, J. E. Doll, and G. P. Robertson, eds. The Ecology of Agricultural Landscapes: Long-Term Research on the Path to Sustainability. Oxford University Press, New York, New York, USA.

  • Paul, E. A. 2015. Soil microbiology, ecology, and biochemistry: An exciting present and great future built on basic knowledge and unifying concepts. Pages 1-14 in E. A. Paul, ed. Soil microbiology, ecology, and biochemistry. Academic Press, San Diego, CA.

  • Petersen, L. F. and J. M. Woltz. 2015. Diel variation in the abundance and composition of the predator assemblages feeding on aphid-infested soybean. BioControl 60:209-219.

  • Petersen, B. and S. Snapp. 2015. What is sustainable intensification? Views from experts. Land Use Policy 46:1-10.

  • Robertson, G. P. and P. M. Groffman. 2015. Nitrogen transformations. Pages 421-446 in E. A. Paul, ed. Soil Microbiology, Ecology and Biochemistry, 4th Edition. Academic Press, Burlington, MA.

  • Robertson, G. P. and S. K. Hamilton. 2015. Long-term ecological research in agricultural landscapes at the Kellogg Biological Station LTER site: conceptual and experimental framework. Pages 1-32 in S. K. Hamilton, J. E. Doll, and G. P. Robertson, eds. The Ecology of Agricultural Landscapes: Long-Term Research on the Path to Sustainability. Oxford University Press, New York, New York, USA.

  • Robertson, G. P., K. L. Gross, S. K. Hamilton, D. A. Landis, T. M. Schmidt, S. S. Snapp, and S. M. Swinton. 2015. Farming for ecosystem services: An ecological approach to production agriculture. Pages 33-53 in S. K. Hamilton, J. E. Doll, and G. P. Robertson, eds. The Ecology of Agricultural Landscapes: Long-Term Research on the Path to Sustainability. Oxford University Press, New York, New York, USA.

  • Robertson, G. P. 2015. A sustainable agriculture? Daedalus 144:76-89.

  • Roller, B. R. and T. M. Schmidt. 2015. The physiology and ecological implications of efficient growth. The ISME Journal 9:1481-1487.

  • Roller, B. R. 2015. Life histories of bacteria: Genomic foundations and ecological implications. Dissertation, Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan.

  • San José Martínez, F., F. J. Muñoz Ortega, F. J. Caniego Monreal, A. N. Kravchenko, and W. Wang. 2015. Soil aggregate geometry: Measurements and morphology. Geoderma 237-238:36-48.

  • Schmidt, T. M. and C. Waldron. 2015. Microbial diversity in soils of agricultural landscapes and its relation to ecosystem function. Pages 135-157 in S. K. Hamilton, J. E. Doll, and G. P. Robertson, eds. The Ecology of Agricultural Landscapes: Long-Term Research on the Path to Sustainability. Oxford University Press, New York, New York, USA.

  • Shoemaker, W. R., M. E. Muscarella, and J. T. Lennon. 2015. Genome sequence of the soil bacterium Janthinobacterium sp. KBS0711. 3:e00689-15.

  • Singh, P., Q. Sha, D. W. Lacher, J. Del Valle, R. E. Mosci, J. A. Moore, K. T. Scribner, and S. D. Manning. 2015. Characterization of enteropathogenic and Shiga toxin-producing Escherichia coli in cattle and deer in a shared agroecosystem. Frontiers in Cellular and Infection Microbiology 5:29.

  • Smith, M. D., K. LaPierre, S. L. Collins, A. K. Knapp, K. L. Gross, J. E. Barrett, S. D. Frey, L. Gough, R. J. Miller, J. T. Morris, L. E. Rustad, and J. Yarie. 2015. Global environmental change and the nature of aboveground net primary productivity responses: Insights from long-term experiments. Oecologia 177:935-947.

  • Snapp, S. S., R. G. Smith, and G. P. Robertson. 2015. Designing cropping systems for ecosystem services. Pages 378-408 in S. K. Hamilton, J. E. Doll, and G. P. Robertson, eds. The Ecology of Agricultural Landscapes: Long-Term Research on the Path to Sustainability. Oxford University Press, New York, New York, USA.

  • Sprunger, C. D. 2015. Root production and soil carbon accumulation in annual, perennial, and diverse cropping systems. Dissertation, Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan.

  • Stoddard, S. F., B. J. Smith, R. Hein, B. R. Roller, and T. M. Schmidt. 2015. rrnDB: improved tools for interpreting rRNA gene abundance in bacteria and archaea and a new foundation for future development. Nucleic Acids Research 43:D593-598.

  • Stuart, D. L., B. Basso, S. T. Marquart-Pyatt, A. P. Reimer, G. P. Robertson, and J. Zhao. 2015. The need for a coupled human and natural systems understanding of agricultural nitrogen loss. BioScience 65:571-578.

  • Swinton, S. M., C. B. Jolejole-Foreman, F. Lupi, S. Ma, W. Zhang, and H. Chen. 2015. Economic value of ecosystem services from agriculture. Pages 54-76 in S. K. Hamilton, J. E. Doll, and G. P. Robertson, eds. The Ecology of Agricultural Landscapes: Long-Term Research on the Path to Sustainability. Oxford University Press, New York, New York, USA.

  • Swinton, S. M., N. Rector, G. P. Robertson, C. B. Jolejole-Foreman, and F. Lupi. 2015. Farmer decisions about adopting environmentally beneficial practices. Pages 340-359 in S. K. Hamilton, J. E. Doll, and G. P. Robertson, eds. The Ecology of Agricultural Landscapes: Long-Term Research on the Path to Sustainability. Oxford University Press, New York, New York, USA.

  • Szymanski, L. 2015. Soil microbial respiration and carbon turnover under perennial and annual biofuel crops in two agricultural soils. Thesis, University of Wisconsin- Madison, Madison, Wisconsin.

  • Tiemann, L. K. and A. S. Grandy. 2015. Mechanisms of soil carbon accrual and storage in bioenergy cropping systems. Global Change Biology Bioenergy 7:161-174.

  • Tiemann, L. K., A. S. Grandy, E. E. Atkinson, E. Marin-Spiotta, and M. D. McDaniel. 2015. Crop rotational diversity enhances belowground communities and functions in an agroecosystem. Ecology Letters 18:761-771.

  • Wang, Q., J. A. Fish, M. Gilman, Y. Sun, C. T. Brown, J. M. Tiedje, and J. R. Cole. 2015. Xander: employing a novel method for efficient gene-targeted metagenomic assembly. Microbiome 3:32.

  • Weese, D. J., K. D. Heath, B. T. Dentinger, and J. A. Lau. 2015. Long-term nitrogen addition causes the evolution of less-cooperative mutualists. Evolution 69:631-642.

  • White, J. D., S. K. Hamilton, and O. Sarnelle. 2015. Heat-induced mass mortality of invasive zebra mussels (Dreissena polymorpha) at sublethal water temperatures. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 72:1221-1229.

  • Wright, C. A. 2015. Dynamics of agricultural soil fungi: Impact of agricultural land management on the soil microbial biomass, fungal species richness, and ligninolytic gene structure. Disseration, Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan.

  • 2014

    Bahlai, C. A., A. W. Schaafsma, D. Lagos, D. Voegtlin, J. L. Smith, J. A. Welsman, Y. Xue, C. DiFonzo, and R. H. Hallett. 2014. Factors associated with winged forms of soybean aphid and an examination of North American spatial dynamics of this species in the context of migratory behaviour. Agricultural and Forest Entomology 16:240-250.

  • Davidson, E. A., J. N. Galloway, N. Millar, and A. M. Leach. 2014. N-related greenhouse gases in North America: innovations for a sustainable future. Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability 9-10:1-8.

  • Deal, M. W., J. Xu, R. John, T. Zenone, J. Chen, J. Chu, P. Jasrotia, K. Kahmark, J. Bossenbroek, and C. Mayer. 2014. Net primary production in three bioenergy crop systems following land conversion. Journal of Plant Ecology 7:451-460.

  • Dickson, T. L., G. G. Mittelbach, H. L. Reynolds, and K. L. Gross. 2014. Height and clonality traits determine plant community responses to fertilization. Ecology 95:2443-2452.

  • Dodds, W. K., J. R. Webster, C. L. Crenshaw, A. M. Helton, J. M. O'Brien, E. Martí, A. E. Hershey, J. L. Tank, A. J. Burgin, N. B. Grimm, S. K. Hamilton, D. J. Sobota, G. C. Poole, J. J. Beaulieu, L. T. Johnson, L. R. Ashkenas, H. , Jr, S. L. Johnson, W. M. Wollheim, and W. B. Bowden. 2014. The Lotic Intersite Nitrogen Experiments: an example of successful ecological research collaboration. Freshwater Science 33:700-710.

  • Dodds, W. K., S. M. Collins, S. K. Hamilton, J. L. Tank, S. Johnson, J. R. Webster, K. S. Simon, M. R. Whiles, H. M. Rantala, W. H. McDowell, S. D. Peterson, T. Riis, C. L. Crenshaw, S. A. Thomas, P. B. Kristensen, B. M. Cheever, A. S. Flecker, N. A. Griffiths, T. Crowl, E. J. Rosi-Marshall, R. El-Sabaawi, and E. Martí. 2014. You are not always what we think you eat: selective assimilation across multiple whole-stream isotopic tracer studies. Ecology 95:2757-2767.

  • Folland, I., D. Trione, and F. Dazzo. 2014. Accuracy of biovolume formulas for CMEIAS computer-assisted microscopy and body size analysis of morphologically diverse microbial populations and communities. Microbial Ecology 68:596-610.

  • Gallagher, M. E., C. A. Masiello, W. C. Hockaday, J. A. Baldock, S. Snapp, and C. P. McSwiney. 2014. Controls on the oxidative ratio of net primary production in agricultural ecosystems. Biogeochemistry 121:581-594.

  • Gilmanov, T. G., J. M. Baker, C. J. Bernacchi, D. P. Billesbach, G. G. Burba, S. Castro, J. Chen, W. Eugster, M. L. Fischer, J. A. Gamon, M. T. Gebremedhin, A. J. Glenn, T. J. Griffis, J. L. Hatfield, M. W. Heuer, D. M. Howard, M. Y. Leclerc, H. W. Loescher, O. Marloie, T. P. Meyers, A. Olioso, R. L. Phillips, J. H. Prueger, R. H. Skinner, A. E. Suyker, M. Tenuta, and B. K. Wylie. 2014. Productivity and carbon dioxide exchange of leguminous crops: estimates from flux tower measurements. Agronomy Journal 106:545-559.

  • Hallett, L. M., J. S. Hsu, E. E. Cleland, S. L. Collins, T. L. Dickson, E. C. Farrer, L. A. Gherardi, K. L. Gross, R. J. Hobbs, L. Turnball, and K. N. Suding. 2014. Biotic mechanisms of community stability shift along a precipitation gradient. Ecology 95:1693-1700.

  • Harris, L. M., S. M. Swinton, and R. S. Shupp. 2014. Experimental auctions to evaluate incentives for cost-effective agricultural phosphorus abatement in the Great Lakes. Agricultural and Applied Economics Assoication Annual Meeting, Minneapolis, MN, July 27-29, 2014.

  • Hedtcke, J. L., G. R. Sanford, K. E. Hadley, and K. D. Thelen. 2014. Maximizing land use during switchgrass establishment in the North Central United States. Agronomy Journal 106:596-604.

  • Horst, G. P., O. Sarnelle, J. D. White, S. K. Hamilton, R. B. Kaul, and J. D. Bressie. 2014. Nitrogen availability increases the toxin quota of a harmful cyanobacterium, Microcystis aeruginosa. Water Research 54:188-198.

  • Jaikumar, N. S., S. S. Snapp, J. A. Flore, and W. Loescher. 2014. Photosynthetic responses in annual rye, perennial wheat, and perennial rye subjected to modest source:sink ratio changes. Crop Science 54:274-283.

  • Kahmark, K. and N. Millar. 2014. Stainless Steel Chamber Construction Method. W.K. Kellogg Biological Station, Michigan State University, Hickory Corners, Michigan.

  • Kinsman-Costello, L. E., J. O. O’Brien, and S. K. Hamilton. 2014. Re-flooding a historically drained wetland leads to rapid sediment phosphorus release. Ecosystems 17:641-656.

  • Kravchenko, A. N., W. C. Negassa, A. K. Guber, B. Hildebrandt, T. L. Marsh, and M. L. Rivers. 2014. Intra-aggregate pore structure influences phylogenetic composition of bacterial community in macroaggregates. Soil Science Society of America Journal 78:1924-1939.

  • Kravchenko, A. N., W. Negassa, A. K. Guber, and S. Schmidt. 2014. New approach to measure soil particulate organic matter in intact samples using X-ray computed microtomography. Soil Science Society of America Journal 78:1177-1185.

  • Landesman, W. J., D. M. Nelson, and M. C. Fitzpatrick. 2014. Soil properties and tree species drive ß-diversity of soil bacterial communities. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 76:201-209.

  • Lau, J. A., R. G. Shaw, P. B. Reich, and P. Tiffin. 2014. Indirect effects drive evolutionary responses to global change. New Phytologist 201:335-343.

  • Lee, Z. and T. M. Schmidt. 2014. Bacterial growth efficiency varies in soils under different land management practices. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 69:282-289.

  • Martina, J. P., S. K. Hamilton, M. R. Turetsky, and C. J. Phillipo. 2014. Organic matter stocks increase with degree of invasion in temperate inland wetlands. Plant and Soil 385:107-123.

  • McDaniel, M. D., L. K. Tiemann, and A. S. Grandy. 2014. Does agricultural crop diversity enhance soil microbial biomass and organic matter dynamics? A meta-analysis. Ecological Applications 24:560-570.

  • McDaniel, M. D., A. S. Grandy, L. K. Tiemann, and M. N. Weintraub. 2014. Crop rotation complexity regulates the decomposition of high and low quality residues. Soil Biology & Biochemistry 78:243-254.

  • Munoz, J. D., J. Steibel, S. Snapp, and A. N. Kravchenko. 2014. Cover crop effect on corn growth and yield as influenced by topography. Agriculture, Ecosystem and Environment 189:229-239.

  • Munoz-Robayo, J. D. 2014. The role of topography and cover crops in Michigan agricultural ecosystems and its potential effect under future climate scenarios. Dissertation, Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan.

  • Necpálová, M., R. P. Anex, A. N. Kravchenko, L. J. Abendroth, S. J. Del Grosso, W. A. Dick, M. J. Helmers, D. Herzmann, J. G. Lauer, E. D. Nafziger, J. E. Sawyer, P. C. Scharf, J. S. Strock, and M. B. Villamil. 2014. What does it take to detect a change in soil carbon stock? A regional comparison of minimum detectable difference and experiment duration in the north central United States. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation 69:517-531.

  • Ogle, S. M., P. R. Adler, F. J. Breidt, S. Del Grosso, A. Franzluebbers, M. Liebig, B. Linquist, G. P. Robertson, M. Schoeneberger, J. Six, C. van Kessel, R. Venterea, and T. West. 2014. Chapter 3: Quantifying greenhouse sources and sinks in cropland and grazing land systems. Pages 3.1-141 in M. Eve, D. Pape, M. Flugge, R. Steele, D. Man, M. Riley-Gilbert, and S. Biggar, eds. Quantifying greenhouse gas fluxes in agriculture and forestry: methods for entity-scale inventory. Technical Bulletin Number 1939. Office of the Chief Economist, U.S. Department of Agriculture, Washington, D.C., USA.

  • Pryor, S. C., D. Scavia, C. Downer, M. Gaden, L. Iverson, R. Nordstrom, J. Patz, and G. P. Robertson. 2014. Chapter 18: Midwest. Pages 418-440 in J. M. Melillo, T. C. Richmond, and G. W. Yohe, eds. Climate change impacts in the United States: The Third National Climate Assessment. U.S. Global Change Research Program, doi:10.7930/J0J1012N.

  • Robertson, G. P. 2014. Soil greenhouse gas emissions and their mitigation. Pages 185-196 in N. K. Alfen, ed. Encyclopedia of Agriculture and Food Systems. Volume 5. Elsevier, San Diego, California, USA.

  • Robertson, G. P., K. L. Gross, S. K. Hamilton, D. A. Landis, T. M. Schmidt, S. S. Snapp, and S. M. Swinton. 2014. Farming for services: An ecological approach to production agriculture. BioScience 64:404-415.

  • Robertson, G. P., P. R. Grace, R. C. Izaurralde, W. P. Parton, and X. Zhang. 2014. Correspondence: CO2 emissions from crop residue-derived biofuels. Nature Climate Change 4:933-934.

  • Ruan, L. 2014. Impacts of biofuel crops on greenhouse gas emissions from agricultural ecosystems. Dissertation, Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan.

  • Russon, H. and J. M. Woltz. 2014. Movement patterns of carabid beetles between heterogenous crop and noncrop habitats. The Great Lakes Entomologist 47:186-202.

  • Shcherbak, I. and G. P. Robertson. 2014. Determining the diffusivity of nitrous oxide in soil using in situ tracers. Soil Science Society of America Journal 78:79-88.

  • Shcherbak, I., N. Millar, and G. P. Robertson. 2014. Global metaanalysis of the nonlinear response of soil nitrous oxide (N2O) emissions to fertilizer nitrogen. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 111:9199-9204.

  • Stuart, D., R. L. Schewe, and M. McDermott. 2014. Reducing nitrogen fertilizer application as a climate change mitigation strategy: Understanding farmer decision-making and potential barriers to change in the US. Land Use Policy 36:210-218.

  • Surapur, S. 2014. Effects of long-term cereal rye winter cover crop on soil quality, soil N availability and yields across a nitrogen gradient in a rainfed Michigan corn system under conventional tillage. Thesis, Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan.

  • Syswerda, S. P. and G. P. Robertson. 2014. Ecosystem services along a management gradient in Michigan (USA) cropping systems. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment 189:28-35.

  • Thobaben, E. T. and S. K. Hamilton. 2014. The relative importance of groundwater and its ecological implications in diverse glacial wetlands. American Midland Naturalist 172:205-218.

  • Werling, B. P., T. L. Dickson, R. Isaacs, H. Gaines, C. Gratton, K. L. Gross, H. Liere, C. M. Malmstrom, T. D. Meehan, L. Ruan, B. A. Robertson, G. P. Robertson, T. M. Schmidt, A. C. Schrotenboer, T. K. Teal, J. K. Wilson, and D. A. Landis. 2014. Perennial grasslands enhance biodiversity and multiple ecosystem services in bioenergy landscapes. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 111:1652-1657.

  • Wieder, W. R., A. S. Grandy, C. M. Kallenbach, and G. B. Bonan. 2014. Integrating microbial physiology and physio-chemical principles in soils with the MIcrobial-MIneral Carbon Stabilization (MIMICS) model. Biogeosciences 11:3899-3917.

  • Woltz, J. M. and D. A. Landis. 2014. Coccinellid response to landscape composition and configuration. Agricultural and Forest Entomology 16:341-349.

  • Woltz, J. M. and D. A. Landis. 2014. Comparison of sampling methods of Aphis glycines predators across the diel cycle. Journal of Applied Entomology 138:475-484.

  • 2013

    Aanderud, Z. T., S. E. Jones, D. R. Schoolmaster Jr., N. Fierer, and J. T. Lennon. 2013. Sensitivity of soil respiration and microbial communities to altered snowfall. Soil Biology & Biochemistry 57:217-227.

  • Ananyeva, K., W. Wang, A. J. Smucker, M. L. Rivers, and A. N. Kravchenko. 2013. Can intra-aggregate pore structures affect the aggregate's effectiveness in protecting carbon? Soil Biology and Biochemistry 57:868-875.

  • Asbjornsen, H., V. Hernandez-Santana, M. Liebman, J. Bayala, J. Chen, M. Helmers, C. K. Ong, and L. A. Schultte. 2013. Targeting perennial vegetation in agricultural landscapes for enhancing ecosystem services. Renewable Agriculture and Food Systems 29:101-125.

  • Asseng, S., F. Ewert, C. Rosenzweig, J. W. Jones, J. L. Hatfield, A. C. Ruane, K. J. Boote, P. J. Thorburn, R. P. Rötter, D. Cammarano, N. Brisson, B. Basso, P. Martre, P. K. Aggarwal, C. Angulo, P. Bertuzzi, C. Biernath, A. J. Challinor, J. Doltra, S. Gayler, R. Goldberg, R. Grant, L. Heng, J. Hooker, L. A. Hunt, J. Ingwersen, R. C. Izaurralde, K. C. Kersebaum, C. Müller, S. Naresh Kumar, C. Nendel, G. O’Leary, J. E. Olesen, T. M. Osborne, T. Palosuo, E. Priesack, D. Ripoche, M. A. Semenov, I. Shcherbak, P. Steduto, C. Stöckle, P. Stratonovitch, T. Streck, I. Supit, F. Tao, M. Travasso, K. Waha, D. Wallach, J. W. White, J. R. Williams, and J. Wolf. 2013. Uncertainty in simulating wheat yields under climate change. Nature Climate Change 3:827-832.

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  • Burgin, A. J., S. K. Hamilton, W. Gardner, and M. McCarthy. 2013. Nitrate reduction, denitrification, and dissimilatory nitrate reduction to ammonium in wetland sediments. Pages 519-537 in R. D. Delaune, R. Reddy, C. J. Richardson, and P. Megonigal, eds. Methods in biogeochemistry of wetlands. Soil Science Society of America, Madison, Wisconsin, USA.

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  • Culman, S. W., S. S. Snapp, M. Ollenburger, B. Basso, and L. R. DeHaan. 2013. Soil and water quality rapidly responds to the perennial grain kernza wheatgrass. Agronomy Journal 105:735-744.

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  • Gentry, L. E., S. S. Snapp, R. F. Price, and L. F. Gentry. 2013. Apparent red clover nitrogen credit to corn: Evaluating cover crop introduction. Agronomy Journal 105:1658-1664.

  • Grandy, A. S., D. S. Salam, K. Wickings, M. McDaniel, S. W. Culman, and S. S. Snapp. 2013. Soil respiration and litter decomposition responses to nitrogen fertilization rate in no-till corn systems. Agriculture, Ecosystem and Environment 179:35-40.

  • Grman, E. 2013. Seedling light limitation does not increase across a natural productivity gradient. Journal of Plant Ecology 6:193-200.

  • Jaikumar, N., S. S. Snapp, and T. D. Sharkey. 2013. Life history and resource acquisition: Photosynthetic traits in selected accessions of three perennial cereal species compared with annual wheat and rye. American Journal of Botany 100:2468-2477.

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  • Robertson, B. A., D. A. Landis, T. S. Sillett, E. R. Loomis, and R. A. Rice. 2013. Perennial agroenergy feedstocks as en route habitat for spring migratory birds. BioEnergy Research 6:311-320.

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  • Shcherbak, I. 2013. Production and movement of N2O in the full soil profile. Dissertation, Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan, USA.

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  • Wickings, K. and A. S. Grandy. 2013. Management intensity interacts with litter chemistry and climate to drive temporal patterns in arthropod communities during decomposition. Pedobiologia 56:105-112.

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  • 2012

    Basso, B. and J. T. Ritchie. 2012. Assessing the impact of management strategies on water use efficiency using soil-plant-atmosphere models. Vadose Zone Journal 11:DOI: 10.2136/vzj2011.0173.

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  • Burgin, A. J., S. K. Hamilton, S. E. Jones, and J. T. Lennon. 2012. Denitrification by sulfur-oxidizing bacteria in a eutrophic lake. Aquatic Microbial Ecology 66:283-293.

  • Calderón, F. J., D. J. Schultz, and E. A. Paul. 2012. Carbon allocation, belowground transfers, and lipid turnover in a plant–microbial association. Soil Science Society of America Journal 76:1614-1623.

  • Culman, S. W., S. S. Snapp, M. E. Schipanski, M. A. Freeman, L. E. Beniston, L. E. Drinkwater, A. J. Franzluebbers, J. D. Glover, A. S. Grandy, R. Lal, J. Lee, J. E. Maul, S. B. Mirsky, J. Six, J. T. Spargo, and M. M. Wander. 2012. Permanganate oxidizable carbon reflects a processed soil fraction that is sensitive to management. Soil Science Society of America Journal 76:494-505.

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  • Dazzo, F. and S. Gantner. 2012. Rhizosphere. Pages 467-480 in T. Schmidt and M. Schaechter, eds. Topics in Ecological and Environmental Microbiology. Academic Press, Waltham, MA.

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  • Fierer, N., C. L. Lauber, K. S. Ramirez, J. Zaneveld, M. A. Bradford, and R. Knight. 2012. Comparative metagenomic, phylogenetic and physiological analyses of soil microbial communities across nitrogen gradients. The ISME Journal 6:1007-1017.

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  • Gough, L., K. L. Gross, E. E. Cleland, C. M. Clark, S. L. Collins, J. E. Fargione, S. C. Pennings, and K. N. Suding. 2012. Incorporating clonal growth form clarifies the role of plant height in response to nitrogen addition. Oecologia 169:1053-1062.

  • Grieshop, M. J., B. P. Werling, K. Buehrer, J. Perrone, R. Isaacs, and D. A. Landis. 2012. Big brother is watching: Studying insect predation in the age of digital surveillance. American Entomologist 58:172-182.

  • Gunckel, K. L., B. A. Covitt, I. Salinas, and C. W. Anderson. 2012. A learning progression for water in socio-ecological systems. Journal of Research in Science Teaching 49:843-868.

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  • Jaikumar, N. S., S. S. Snapp, K. Murphy, and S. S. Jones. 2012. Agronomic assessment of perennial wheat and perennial rye as cereal crops. Agronomy Journal 104:1716-1726.

  • Jaikumar, N. 2012. Perennial cereal crops for the cold temperate zone: agronomy, physiology, sink regulation and disease resistance. Ph.D. Dissertation, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI USA.

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  • Jin, H. and C. W. Anderson. 2012. A learning progression for energy in socio-ecological systems. Journal of Research in Science Teaching 49:1149-1180.

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  • Knapp, A. K., M. D. Smith, S. E. Hobbie, S. L. Collins, T. J. Fahey, G. J. Hansen, D. A. Landis, K. J. La Pierre, J. M. Melillo, T. R. Seastadt, G. R. Shaver, and J. R. Webster. 2012. Past, present, and future roles of long-term experiments in the LTER network. BioScience 62:377-389.

  • Landis, D. A., M. M. Gardiner, and J. Tompkins. 2012. Using native plant species to diversify agriculture. Pages 276-292 in G. M. Gurr, S. D. Wratten, and W. E. Snyder, eds. Biodiversity and Pest Management. John Wiley & Sons, Ltd, Chichester, UK.

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  • Ma, S. and S. M. Swinton. 2012. Hedonic valuation of farmland using sale prices versus appraised values. Land Economics 88:1-15.

  • Meehan, T. D., B. P. Werling, D. A. Landis, and C. Gratton. 2012. Pest-suppression potential of Midwestern landscapes under contrasting bioenergy scenarios. PLoS ONE 7:e41728.

  • Millar, N., G. P. Robertson, A. Diamant, R. J. Gehl, P. R. Grace, and J. P. Hoben. 2012. Methodology for quantifying nitrous oxide (N2O) emissions reductions by reducing nitrogen fertilizer use on agricultural crops. American Carbon Registry, Winrock International, Little Rock, Arkansas, USA.

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  • Ollenburger, M. 2012. Modeling integrated soil fertility management options in Malawi under variable soil and climate conditions. Thesis, Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan, USA.

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  • Robertson, G. P., S. L. Collins, D. R. Foster, N. Brokaw, H. W. Ducklow, T. L. Gragson, C. Gries, S. K. Hamilton, A. D. McGuire, J. C. Moore, E. H. Stanley, R. B. Waide, and M. W. Williams. 2012. Long-term ecological research in a human dominated world. BioScience 62:342-353.

  • Robertson, B. A., R. A. Rice, T. S. Sillet, B. A. Babcock, D. A. Landis, C. A. Ribic, J. R. Herkert, R. J. Fletcher, J. J. Fontaine, and D. J. Schemske. 2012. Are agrofuels a conservation threat or opportunity for grassland birds in the United States? The Condor 114:679-688.

  • Robertson, B. A., C. Porter, D. A. Landis, and D. W. Schemske. 2012. Agroenergy crops influence the diversity, biomass, and guild structure of terrestrial arthropod communities. BioEnergy Research 5:179-188.

  • Robertson, G. P. 2012. Long-Term Ecological Research (LTER). Pages 237-240 in I. Spellerberg, D. Fogel, S. Fredericks, and L. Butler Harrington, eds. The Berkshire Encyclopedia of Sustainability: Vol. 6. Measurements, indicators, and reseach methods for sustainability. Berkshire Publishing, Great Barrington, Massachusetts, USA.

  • Sarnelle, O., J. D. White, G. P. Horst, and S. K. Hamilton. 2012. Phosphorus addition reverses the positive effect of zebra mussels (Dreissena polymorpha) on the toxic cyanobacterium, Microcystis aeruginosa. Water Research 46:3471-3478.

  • Shade, A., H. Peter, S. D. Allison, D. Baho, M. Berga, H. Bürgmann, D. H. Huber, S. Langenheder, J. T. Lennon, J. B. Martiny, K. Matulich, T. M. Schmidt, and J. Handelsman. 2012. Fundamentals of microbial community resistance and resilience. Frontiers in Microbiology 3:417.

  • Stuart, D., R. L. Schewe, and M. McDermott. 2012. Responding to climate change: barriers to reflexive modernization in U.S. agriculture. Organization & Environment 25:308-327.

  • Syswerda, S. P., B. Basso, S. K. Hamilton, J. B. Tausig, and G. P. Robertson. 2012. Long-term nitrate loss along an agricultural intensity gradient in the Upper Midwest USA. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment 149:10-19.

  • Tinsley, S. 2012. An evaluation of perennial wheat and intermediate wheatgrass as dual-purpose, forage-grain crops under organic management. Thesis, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI USA.

  • Towery, K. 2012. Increasing methane consumption in agricultural soils by use of bacterial inocula. Thesis, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI USA.

  • Tscharntke, T., J. M. Tylianakis, T. A. Rand, R. K. Didham, L. Fahrig, P. Batáry, J. Bengtsson, Y. Clough, T. O. Crist, C. F. Dormann, R. M. Ewers, J. Fründ, R. D. Holt, A. Holzschuh, A. M. Klein, D. Kleijn, C. Kremen, D. A. Landis, W. Laurance, D. Lindenmayer, C. Scherber, N. Sodhi, I. Steffan-Dewenter, C. Thies, W. H. van der Putten, and C. Westphal. 2012. Landscape moderation of biodiversity patterns and processes - eight hypotheses. Biological Review 87:661-685.

  • Wang, W. 2012. Investigating soil aggregate pore structures and their relationship to bacteria spatial distribution using x-ray computed microtomography. Dissertation, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI USA.

  • Wang, W., A. N. Kravchenko, A. J. Smucker, and M. L. Rivers. 2012. Intra-aggregate pore characteristics: X-ray computed microtomography analysis. Soil Science Society of America Journal 76:1159-1171.

  • Weir, A. 2012. Evaluating the economic feasibility of environmentally beneficial agricultural technologies compared to conventional technologies. Thesis, Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan, USA.

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  • Woltz, J. M., B. Werling, and D. A. Landis. 2012. Natural enemies and insect outbreaks in agriculture: a landscape perspective. Pages 355-370 in P. Barbosa, J. Schultz, and D. Letourneau, eds. Insect Outbreaks. John Wiley & Sons, Ltd, Chichester, UK.

  • Woltz, M. J., R. Isaacs, and D. A. Landis. 2012. Landscape structure and habitat management differentially influence insect natural enemies in an agricultural landscape. Agriculture Ecosystems and Environment 152:40-49.

  • Wong, J. R. 2012. Impacts of agricultural disturbance on communities of selected soil fungi (Agaricomycetes). Thesis, University of Western Ontario, London, Ontario, Canada.

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    Aanderud, Z. T., D. R. Schoolmaster Jr., and J. T. Lennon. 2011. Plants mediate the sensitivity of soil respiration to rainfall variability. Ecosystems 14:156-167.

  • Aanderud, Z. and J. T. Lennon. 2011. Validation of heavy-water stable isotope probing for the characterization of rapidly responding soil bacteria. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 77:4589-4596.

  • Asuming-Grempong, S. 2011. Assessing soil microbial community after long term 2,4-D application in the field. Journal of Ghana Science Association 13:104-114.

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  • Bates, S. T., D. Berg-Lyons, J. G. Caporaso, W. A. Walters, R. Knight, and N. Fierer. 2011. Examining the global distribution of dominant archaeal populations in soil. ISME Journal 5:908-917.

  • Beaulieu, J. J., J. L. Tank, S. K. Hamilton, W. M. Wollheim, R. O. Hall, Jr., P. J. Mulholland, B. J. Peterson, L. R. Ashkenas, L. W. Cooper, C. N. Dahm, W. K. Dodds, N. B. Grimm, S. L. Johnson, W. H. Mcdowell, G. C. Poole, H. M. Valett, C. P. Arango, M. J. Bernot, A. J. Burgin, C. L. Crenshaw, A. M. Helton, L. T. Johnson, J. M. O'Brien, J. D. Potter, R. W. Sheibley, D. J. Sobota, and S. M. Thomas. 2011. Nitrous oxide emission from denitrification in stream and river networks. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 108:214-219.

  • Bhardwaj, A. K., P. Jasrotia, S. K. Hamilton, and G. P. Robertson. 2011. Ecological management of intensively cropped agro-ecosystems improves soil quality with sustained productivity. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment 140:419-429.

  • Bhardwaj, A. K., T. Zenone, P. Jasrotia, G. P. Robertson, J. Chen, and S. K. Hamilton. 2011. Water and energy footprints of bioenergy crop production on marginal lands. Global Change Biology-Bioenergy 3:208-222.

  • Burgin, A. J., W. H. Yang, S. K. Hamilton, and W. Silver. 2011. Beyond carbon and nitrogen: How the microbial energy economy couples elemental cycles in diverse ecosystems. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 9:44-52.

  • Calderón, F. J., J. B. Reeves, H. P. Collins, and E. A. Paul. 2011. Chemical differences in soil organic matter fractions determined by diffuse-reflectance mid-infrared spectroscopy. Soil Science Society of America Journal 75:568-579.

  • Cleland, E. E., C. M. Clark, S. L. Collins, J. E. Fargione, L. Gough, K. L. Gross, S. C. Pennings, and K. N. Suding. 2011. Patterns of trait convergence and divergence among native and exotic species in herbaceous plant communities are not modified by nitrogen enrichment. Journal of Ecology 99:1327-1338.

  • Collins, S. L., S. R. Carpenter, S. M. Swinton, T. L. Gragson, N. B. Grimm, J. M. Grove, S. L. Harlan, A. K. Knapp, G. P. Kofinas, J. J. Magnuson, W. H. McDowell, J. M. Melack, L. A. Ogden, D. Ornstein, G. P. Robertson, M. D. Smith, and A. C. Whitmer. 2011. An integrated conceptual framework for long-term social-ecological research. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 9:351-357.

  • Conant, R., S. M. Ogle, E. A. Paul, and K. Paustian. 2011. Measuring and monitoring soil organic carbon stocks for climate mitigation. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 9:169-173.

  • Costamagna, A. C. and D. A. Landis. 2011. Lack of strong refuges allows top-down control of soybean aphid by generalist natural enemies. Biological Control 57:184-192.

  • Davis, A. S. and D. A. Landis. 2011. Agriculture. Pages 7-11 in Encyclopedia of Biological Invasions. University of California Press, Berkeley, California, USA.

  • Deal, M. 2011. Net primary production in three bioenergy crop systems following land conversion. Thesis, University of Toledo, Toledo, Ohio, USA.

  • Eagle, A. J., L. R. Henry, L. P. Olander, K. Haugen-Kozyra, N. Millar, and G. P. Robertson. 2011. Greenhouse gas mitigation potential of agricultural land management in the United States: a synthesis of the literature. Third Edition. Nicholas Institute for Environmental Policy Solutions, Durham, North Carolina, USA.

  • Egbendewe-Mondzozoa, A., S. M. Swinton, C. R. Izaurraldec, D. H. Manowitzc, and X. Zhan. 2011. Biomass supply from alternative cellulosic crops and crop residues: A spatially explicit bioeconomic modeling approach. Biomass and Bioenergy 35:4636-4647.

  • Eichorst, S. A., C. R. Kuske, and T. M. Schmidt. 2011. Influence of plant polymers on the distribution and cultivation of bacteria in the phylum Acidobacteria. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 77:586-596.

  • Findlay, D. L., P. J. Mulholland, S. K. Hamilton, J. L. Tank, M. J. Bernot, A. J. Burgin, C. M. Crenshaw, N. B. Grimm, W. H. McDowell, J. D. Potter, and D. J. Sobota. 2011. Cross-stream comparison of substrate-specific denitrification potential. Biogeochemistry 104:381-392.

  • Fletcher Jr., R. J., B. A. Robertson, J. Evans, P. J. Doran, J. R. Alavalapati, and D. W. Schemske. 2011. Biodiversity conservation in the era of biofuels: Risks and opportunities. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 9:161-168.

  • Follett, R., S. Mooney, J. Morgan, K. Paustian, L. H. Allen Jr, S. Archibeque, J. M. Baker, S. J. Del Grosso, J. Derner, F. Dijkstra, A. J. Franzluebbers, H. Janzen, L. A. Kurkalova, B. A. McCarl, S. M. Ogle, W. Parton, J. M. Peterson, C. W. Rice, G. P. Robertson, M. Schoeneberger, T. O. West, and J. William. 2011. Carbon sequestration and greenhouse gas fluxes in agriculture: challenges and opportunities. Task Force Report No. 142. Council for Agricultural Science and Technology, Ames, Iowa, USA.

  • Gallagher, M. E., W. C. Hockaday, C. A. Masiello, S. Snapp, C. P. McSwiney, and J. A. Baldock. 2011. Biochemical suitability of crop residues for cellulosic ethanol: Disincentives to nitrogen fertilization in corn agriculture. Environmental Science and Technology 45:2013-2020.

  • Gardiner, M. M., M. E. O’Neal, and D. A. Landis. 2011. Intraguild predation and native lady beetle decline. PLoS ONE 6:e23576.

  • Gelfand, I., T. Zenone, P. Jasrotia, J. Chen, S. K. Hamilton, and G. P. Robertson. 2011. Carbon debt of Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) grasslands converted to bioenergy production. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 108:13864-13869.

  • Grace, P., G. P. Robertson, N. Millar, M. Colunga-Garcia, B. Basso, S. Gage, and J. Hoben. 2011. The contribution of maize cropping in the Midwest USA to global warming: A regional estimate. Agricultural Systems 104:292-296.

  • Helton, A. M., G. C. Poole, J. L. Meyer, W. M. Wollheim, B. J. Peterson, P. J. Mulholland, E. S. Bernhardt, J. A. Stanford, C. Arango, L. R. Ashkenas, L. W. Cooper, W. K. Dodds, S. V. Gregory, R. O. Hall, S. K. Hamilton, S. L. Johnson, W. H. McDowell, J. D. Potter, J. L. Tank, S. M. Thomas, H. Valett, J. R. Webster, and L. Zeglin. 2011. Thinking outside the channel: modeling nitrogen cycling in networked river ecosystems. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 9:229-238.

  • Hoben, J. P., R. J. Gehl, N. Millar, P. R. Grace, and G. P. Robertson. 2011. Nonlinear nitrous oxide (N2O) response to nitrogen fertilizer in on-farm corn crops of the US Midwest. Global Change Biology 17:1140-1152.

  • Houseman, G. R. and K. L. Gross. 2011. Linking grassland plant diversity to species pools, sorting and plant traits. Journal of Ecology 99:464-472.

  • Jangid, K., M. A. Williams, A. J. Franzluebbers, T. M. Schmidt, D. C. Coleman, and W. B. Whitman. 2011. Land-use history has a stronger impact on soil microbial community composition than aboveground vegetation and soil properties. Soil Biology & Biochemistry 43:2184-2193.

  • Kravchenko, A. N., W. Wang, A. J. Smucker, and M. L. Rivers. 2011. Long-term differences in tillage and land use affect intra-aggregate pore heterogeneity. Soil Science Society of America Journal 75:1658-1666.

  • Kravchenko, A. N., R. E. Falconer, D. Grinev, and W. Otten. 2011. Fungal colonization in soils with different management histories: modeling growth in three-dimensional pore volumes. Ecological Applications 21:1202-1210.

  • Kravchenko, A. N., W. Wang, A. J. Smucker, and M. L. Rivers. 2011. Long-term differences in tillage and land use affect intra-aggregate pore heterogeneity. Soil Science Society of America Journal 75:1658-1666.

  • Kravchenko, A. N. and G. P. Robertson. 2011. Whole-profile soil carbon stocks: The danger of assuming too much from analyses of too little. Soil Science Society of America Journal 75:235-240.

  • Lal, R., J. A. Delgado, P. M. Groffman, N. Millar, C. Dell, and A. Rotz. 2011. Management to mitigate and adapt to climate change. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation 66:276-285.

  • Lee, Z. 2011. Bacterial growth efficiency: Assessment in terrestrial ecosystems. Dissertation, Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan, USA.

  • Levine, U. Y., T. K. Teal, G. P. Robertson, and T. M. Schmidt. 2011. Agriculture's impact on microbial diversity and associated fluxes of carbon dioxide and methane. The ISME Journal 5:1683-1691.

  • Lüpold, S., D. F. Westneat, and T. R. Birkhead. 2011. Geographical variation in sperm morphology in the red-winged blackbird (Agelaius phoeniceus). Evolutionary Ecology 25:373-390.

  • Ma, S. and S. Swinton. 2011. Valuation of ecosystem services from rural landscapes using agricultural land prices. Ecological Economics 70:1649-1659.

  • Ma, S. 2011. Supply and demand for ecosystem services from cropland in Michigan. Ph.D. Dissertation, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI USA.

  • Meehan, T. D., B. P. Werling, D. A. Landis, and C. Gratton. 2011. Agricultural landscape simplification and insecticide use in the Midwestern United States. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 108:11500-11505.

  • Munoz, J. D. and A. Kravchenko. 2011. Soil carbon mapping using on-the-go near infrared spectroscopy, topography and aerial photographs. Geoderma 166:102-110.

  • Ragsdale, D. W., D. A. Landis, J. Brodeur, G. E. Heimpel, and N. Desneux. 2011. Ecology and management of the soybean aphid in North America. Annual Review of Entomology 56:375-399.

  • Robertson, B. A., P. J. Doran, J. R. Robertson, E. R. Loomis, and D. W. Schemske. 2011. Perennial biomass feedstocks enhance avian diversity. Global Change Biology Bioenergy 3:235-246.

  • Robertson, G. P., S. K. Hamilton, S. J. Del Grosso, and W. J. Parton. 2011. The biogeochemistry of bioenergy landscapes: carbon, nitrogen, and water considerations. Ecological Applications 21:1055-1067.

  • Robertson, B. A., P. J. Doran, E. R. Loomis, J. R. Robertson, and D. W. Schemske. 2011. Avian use of perennial biomass feedstocks as post-breeding and migratory stopover habitat. PLoS ONE 6:e16941.

  • Robinson, T. 2011. Impacts of precipitation variability on plant communities. Dissertation, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI, USA.

  • Sahli, H. F. and J. K. Conner. 2011. Testing for conflicting and nonadditive selection: floral adaptation to multiple pollinators through male and female fitness. Evolution 65:1457-1473.

  • Salam, D. E. 2011. Nitrogen fertilization effects on litter decomposition dynamics and soil carbon in agricultural system. Thesis, Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan, USA.

  • Schrotenboer, A. C., M. S. Allen, and C. M. Malmstrom. 2011. Modification of native grasses for biofuel production may increase virus susceptibility. Global Change Biology-Bioenergy 3:360-374.

  • Schrotenboer, A. C. 2011. Prairie grasses for biofuels and ecological restoration: Modifications to native species and their place in human-altered landscapes. Dissertation, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI, USA.

  • Smemo, K. A., N. E. Ostrom, M. R. Opdyke, P. H. Ostrom, S. Bohm, and G. P. Robertson. 2011. Improving process-based estimates of N2O emissions from soil using temporally extensive chamber techniques and stable isotopes. Nutrient Cycling in Agroecosystems 91:145-154.

  • Song, F., J. Zhao, and S. M. Swinton. 2011. Switching to perennial energy crops under uncertainty and costly reversibility. American Journal of Agricultural Economics 93:764-779.

  • Swinton, S. M., B. A. Babcock, L. K. James, and V. Bandaru. 2011. Higher US crop prices trigger little area expansion so marginal land for biofuel crops is limited. Energy Policy 39:5254-5258.

  • Syswerda, S. P., A. T. Corbin, D. L. Mokma, A. N. Kravchenko, and G. P. Robertson. 2011. Agricultural management and soil carbon storage in surface vs. deep layers. Soil Science Society of America Journal 75:92-101.

  • Velbel, M. A. 2011. Microdenticles on naturally weathered hornblende. Applied Geochemistry 26:1594-1596.

  • Wang, W., A. N. Kravchenko, A. J. Smucker, and M. L. Rivers. 2011. Comparison of image segmentation methods in simulated 2D and 3D microtomographic images of soil aggregates. Geoderma 162:231-241.

  • Werling, B. P., T. D. Meehan, B. Robertson, C. Gratton, and D. A. Landis. 2011. Biocontrol potential varies with changes in biofuel–crop plant communities and landscape perenniality. Global Change Biology Bioenergy 3:347-359.

  • Werling, B. P., T. D. Meehan, C. Gratton, and D. A. Landis. 2011. Influence of habitat and landscape perenniality on insect natural enemies in three candidate biofuel crops. Biological Control 59:304-312.

  • Wickings, K., A. S. Grandy, S. Reed, and C. Cleveland. 2011. Management intensity alters decomposition via biological pathways. Biogeochemistry 104:365-379.

  • Wickings, K. and A. S. Grandy. 2011. The oribatid mite Scheloribates moestus (Acari: Oribatida) alters litter chemistry and nutrient cycling during decomposition. Soil Biology & Biochemistry 43:351-358.

  • Zenone, T., J. Chen, M. W. Deal, B. Wilske, P. Jasrotia, J. Xu, A. K. Bhardwaj, S. K. Hamilton, and G. P. Robertson. 2011. CO2 fluxes of transitional bioenergy crops: effect of land conversion during the first year of cultivation. Global Change Biology Bioenergy 3:401-412.

  • 2010

    Ahern, R. G., D. A. Landis, A. A. Reznicek, and D. W. Schemske. 2010. Spread of exotic plants in the landscape: the role of time, growth habit, and history of invasiveness. Biological Invasions 12:3157-3169.

  • Ball, B. A., J. S. Kominoski, H. E. Adams, S. E. Jones, E. S. Kane, T. D. Loecke, W. M. Mahaney, J. P. Martina, C. M. Prather, T. M. Robinson, and C. T. Solomon. 2010. Direct and terrestrial vegetation-mediated effects of environmental change on aquatic ecosystem processes. BioScience 60:590-601.

  • Bernot, M. J., D. J. Sobota, R. O. Hall, Jr., P. J. Mulholland, W. K. Dodds, J. R. Webster, J. L. Tank, L. R. Ashkenas, L. W. Cooper, C. N. Dahm, S. V. Gregory, N. B. Grimm, S. K. Hamilton, S. L. Johnson, W. H. McDowell, J. L. Meyer, B. J. Peterson, G. C. Poole, H. M. Valett, C. Arango, J. J. Beaulieu, A. J. Burgin, C. M. Crenshaw, A. M. Helton, L. Johnson, J. Merriam, B. R. Niederlehner, J. M. O'Brien, J. D. Potter, R. W. Sheibley, S. M. Thomas, and K. C. Wilson. 2010. Inter-regional comparison of land-use effects on stream metabolism. Freshwater Biology 55:1874-1890.

  • Brewer, M. J. and T. Noma. 2010. Habitat affinity of resident natural enemies of the invasive <i>Aphis glycines</i> (Hemiptera: Aphididae), on soybean, with comments on biological control. Journal of Economic Entomology 103:583-596.

  • Chen, H. 2010. Ecosystem services from low input cropping systems and the public’s willingness to pay for them. Thesis, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI, USA.

  • Chen, J. 2010. Challenges facing modern ecologists. Pages 1-15 in W. and F. , eds. Ecological Complexity and Ecological Vision. Higher Education Press.

  • Corbin, A. T., K. D. Thelen, G. P. Robertson, and R. H. Leep. 2010. Influence of cropping systems on soil aggregate and weed seedbank dynamics during the organic transition period. Agronomy Journal 102:1632-1640.

  • Costamagna, A. C., B. P. McCornack, D. W. Ragsdale, and D. A. Landis. 2010. Development and validation of node-based sample units for estimating soybean aphid (Hemiptera: Aphididae) densities in field cage experiments. Journal of Economic Entomology 103:1483-1492.

  • da C. Jesus, E., E. Susilawati, S. L. Smith, Q. Wang, B. Chai, R. Farris, J. L. Rodrigues, K. D. Thelen, and J. M. Tiedje. 2010. Bacterial communities in the rhizosphere of biofuel crops grown on marginal lands as evaluated by 16S rRNA gene pyrosequences. BioEnergy Research 3:20-27.

  • Dale, V. H., R. Lowrance, P. J. Mulholland, and G. P. Robertson. 2010. Bioenergy sustainability at the regional scale. Ecology and Society 15:23-28. https://www.ecologyandsociety.org/vol15/iss4/art23/

  • Dazzo, F. B. 2010. CMEIAS digital microscopy and quantitative image analysis of microorganisms. Vol 2, Pages 1083-1090 in A. Mendez-Vilas and J. Diaz, eds. Microscopy: Science, Technology, Applications and Education. Formatex Research Center Microscopy Book Series #4, Badajoz, Spain.

  • Gardiner, M. M., D. A. Landis, C. Gratton, N. Schmidt, M. O'Neal, E. Mueller, J. Chacon, and G. E. Heimpel. 2010. Landscape composition influences the activity density of Carabidae and Arachnida in soybean fields. Biological Control 55:11-19.

  • Gardiner, M. M., J. K. Tuell, R. Isaacs, J. Gibbs, J. S. Ascher, and D. A. Landis. 2010. Implications of three biofuel crops for beneficial arthropods in agricultural landscapes. Bioenergy Research 3:6-19.

  • Gelfand, I., S. S. Snapp, and G. P. Robertson. 2010. Energy efficiency of conventional, organic, and alternative cropping systems for food and fuel at a site in the U.S. Midwest. Environmental Science and Technology 44:4006-4011.

  • Glover, J. D., J. P. Reganold, L. W. Bell, J. Borevitz, E. C. Brummer, E. S. Buckler, C. M. Cox, T. S. Cox, T. E. Crews, S. W. Culman, L. R. DeHaan, D. Ericksson, B. S. Gill, J. N. Holland, F. Hu, B. S. Hulke, A. M. Ibrahim, W. Jackson, S. S. Jones, S. C. Murray, A. H. Paterson, E. Ploschuk, E. J. Sacks, S. Snapp, D. Tao, D. L. Van Tassel, L. J. Wade, L. J. Wade, D. L. Wyse, and Y. Xu. 2010. Increased food and ecosystem security via perennial grains. Science 328:1638-1639.

  • Grman, E., J. A. Lau, D. R. Schoolmaster, and K. L. Gross. 2010. Mechanisms contributing to stability in ecosystem function depend on the environmental context. Ecology Letters 13:1400-1410.

  • Gross, C. A., C. Reddy, and F. B. Dazzo. 2010. CMEIAS color segmentation: an improved computing technology to process color images for quantitative microbial ecology studies at single-cell resolution. Microbial Ecology 59:400-414.

  • Heimpel, G. E., L. E. Frelich, D. A. Landis, K. R. Hopper, K. A. Hoelmer, Z. Sezen, M. K. Asplen, and K. Wu. 2010. European buckthorn and Asian soybean aphid as components of an extensive invasional meltdown in North America. Biological Invasions 12:2913-2931.

  • James, L. K., S. M. Swinton, and K. D. Thelen. 2010. Profitability analysis of cellulosic energy crops compared with corn. Agronomy Journal 102:675-687.

  • Jonsson, M., S. D. Wratten, D. A. Landis, J. L. Tompkins, and R. Cullen. 2010. Habitat manipulation to mitigate the impacts of invasive arthropod pests. Biological Invasions 12:2933-2945.

  • Landis, D. A. and B. P. Werling. 2010. Arthropods and biofuel production systems in North America. Insect Science 17:220-236.

  • Ma, S. 2010. Hedonic valuation of ecosystem services using agricultural land prices. Thesis, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI, USA.

  • Mahaney, W. M. 2010. Plant controls on decomposition rates: The benefits of restoring abandoned agricultural lands with native prairie grasses. Plant and Soil 330:91-101.

  • McSwiney, C. P., S. S. Snapp, and L. E. Gentry. 2010. Use of N immobilization to tighten the N cycle in conventional agroecosystems. Ecological Applications 20:648-662.

  • McSwiney, C. P., S. Bohm, P. R. Grace, and G. P. Robertson. 2010. Greenhouse gas emissions calculator for grain and biofuel farming systems. Journal of Natural Resources and Life Sciences Education 39:125-131.

  • Millar, N., G. P. Robertson, P. R. Grace, R. J. Gehl, and J. P. Hoben. 2010. Nitrogen fertilizer management for nitrous oxide (N2O) mitigation in intensive corn (Maize) production: An emissions reduction protocol for US Midwest agriculture. Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies for Global Change 15:185-204.

  • Morales, S. E., T. F. Cosart, and W. E. Holben. 2010. Bacterial gene abundances as indicators of greenhouse gas emission in soils. The ISME Journal 4:799-808.

  • Morris, S. J., R. Conant, N. Mellor, E. Brewer, and E. A. Paul. 2010. Controls on soil carbon sequestration and dynamics: Lessons from land-use change. Journal of Nematology 42:78-83.

  • Munoz, J. D., A. O. Finley, R. Gehl, and S. Kravchenko. 2010. Nonlinear hierarchical models for predicting cover crop biomass using Normalized Difference Vegetation Index. Remote Sensing of Environment 114:2833-2840.

  • Noma, T., C. Gratton, M. Colunga-Garcia, M. J. Brewer, E. E. Mueller, K. A. Wyckhuys, G. E. Heimpel, and M. E. O'Neal. 2010. Relationship of soybean aphid (Hemiptera: Aphididae) to soybean plant nutrients, landscape structure, and natural enemies. Environmental Entomology 39:31-41.

  • Ohl, C. and S. M. Swinton. 2010. Integrating social sciences into long-term ecological research. Pages 399-410 in F. Muller, C. Baessler, H. Schubert, and S. Klotz, eds. Long-term Ecological Research: Between Theory and Application. Springer, Berlin.

  • Ostrom, N. E., R. L. Sutka, P. H. Ostrom, A. S. Grandy, K. H. Huizinga, H. Gandhi, J. C. von Fisher, and G. P. Robertson. 2010. Isotopologue data reveal denitrification as the primary source of N2O during a high flux event following cultivation of a native temperate grassland. Soil Biology & Biochemistry 42:499-506.

  • Ramirez, K. S., C. L. Lauber, R. Knight, M. A. Bradford, and N. Fierer. 2010. Consistent effects of nitrogen fertilization on soil bacterial communities in contrasting systems. Ecology 91:3463-3470.

  • Robertson, G. P., S. K. Hamilton, S. J. Del Grosso, and W. J. Parton. 2010. Growing plants for fuel: Predicting effects on water, soil, and the atmosphere. Biofuels and Sustainability Reports. Ecological Society of America, Washington, D.C., USA.

  • Robinson, T. M. and K. L. Gross. 2010. The impact of altered precipitation variability on annual weed species. American Journal of Botany 97:1625-1629.

  • Snapp, S. S., L. E. Gentry, and R. R. Harwood. 2010. Management intensity - not biodiversity - the driver of ecosystem services in a long-term row crop experiment. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment 138:242-248.

  • Swinton, S. M. 2010. Book review: Payment for Environmental Services in Agricultural Landscapes: Economic Policies and Poverty Reduction in Developing Countries. European Review of Agricultural Economics 37:426-428.

  • Thelen, K. D., B. E. Fronning, A. N. Kravchenko, D. H. Min, and G. P. Robertson. 2010. Integrating livestock manure with a corn–soybean bioenergy cropping system improves short-term carbon sequestration rates and net global warming potential. Biomass and Bioenergy 34:960-966.

  • Tsurusaki, B. K. and C. W. Anderson. 2010. Students' understanding of connections between human engineered and natural environmental systems. International Journal of Environmental and Science Education 5:407-433.

  • Wilke, B. 2010. Challenges for developing sustainable nitrogen sources in agriculture: Cover crops, nitrogen fixation and ecological principals. Dissertation, Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan, USA.

  • Zhang, W., W. van der Werf, and S. M. Swinton. 2010. Spatially optimal habitat management for enhancing natural control of an invasive agricultural pest: Soybean aphid. Resource and Energy Economics 32:551-565.

  • 2009

    Bahnmann, B. D. 2009. Identity and diversity of Agaricomycetes (Fungi: Basidiomycota) in temperate agricultural soils. MSc Thesis, University of Western Ontario, London, Ontario, Canada.

  • Bernsten, R. and S. S. Snapp. 2009. Sustainable agricultural development in developing countries. Pages 95-108 in L. Walter and L. E. Phoenix, eds. Critical Food Issues: Problems and State-of-The-Art Solutions Worldwide. Praeger, Santa Barbara, CA.

  • Bruesewitz, D. A., J. L. Tank, and S. K. Hamilton. 2009. Seasonal effects of zebra mussels on littoral nitrogen transformation rates in Gull Lake, Michigan, U.S.A. Freshwater Biology 54:1427-1443.

  • Conner, J. K., H. F. Sahli, and K. Karoly. 2009. Tests of adaptation: Functional studies of pollen removal and estimates of natural selection on anther position in wild radish. Annals of Botany 103:1547-1556.

  • Covitt, B. A., K. L. Gunckel, and C. W. Anderson. 2009. Students' developing understanding of water in environmental systems. Journal of Environmental Education 40:37-51.

  • Dazzo, F. B. and S. Gantner. 2009. Rhizosphere. Pages 335-349 in M. Schaechter, ed. Encyclopedia of Microbiology. Elsevier, Oxford, U.K..

  • Gao, J., X. Hao, K. D. Thelen, and G. P. Robertson. 2009. Agronomic management system and precipitation effects on soybean oil and fatty acid profiles. Crop Science 49:1049-1057.

  • Gardiner, M. M., D. A. Landis, C. Gratton, C. D. DiFonzo, M. O. O'Neal, J. Chacon, M. Wayo, N. Schmidt, E. Mueller, and G. E. Heimpel. 2009. Landscape diversity enhances biological control of an introduced crop pest in the north-central USA. Ecological Applications 19:143-154.

  • Gardiner, M. M., D. A. Landis, C. Gratton, N. Schmidt, M. O. O'Neal, E. Mueller, J. Chacon, G. E. Heimpel, and C. D. DiFonzo. 2009. Landscape composition influences patterns of native and exotic lady beetle abundance. Diversity and Distribution 15:554-564.

  • Gomez-Alvarez, V., T. K. Teal, and T. M. Schmidt. 2009. Systematic artifacts in metagenomes from complex microbial communities. The ISME Journal 3:1314-1317.

  • Hall, R. O., J. L. Tank, D. J. Sobota, P. J. Mulholland, J. M. O'Brien, W. K. Dodds, J. R. Webster, H. M. Valett, G. C. Poole, B. J. Peterson, J. L. Meyer, W. H. McDowell, S. L. Johnson, S. K. Hamilton, N. B. Grimm, S. V. Gregory, C. N. Dahm, L. W. Cooper, L. R. Ashkenas, S. M. Thomas, R. W. Sheibley, J. D. Potter, B. R. Niederlehner, L. T. Johnson, A. M. Helton, C. M. Crenshaw, A. J. Burgin, M. J. Bernot, J. J. Beaulieu, and C. P. Arango. 2009. Nitrate removal in stream ecosystems measured by 15N addition experiments: Total uptake. Limnology and Oceanography 54:653-665.

  • Hamilton, S. K., D. A. Bruesewitz, G. P. Horst, and O. Sarnelle. 2009. Biogenic calcite-phosphorus precipitation as a negative feedback to lake eutrophication. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 66:343-350.

  • Hoben, J. P. 2009. On-farm nitrous oxide (N2O) response to nitrogen fertilizer in corn cropping systems. Thesis, Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan, USA..

  • Hockaday, W. C., C. A. Masiello, J. T. Randerson, R. J. Smemik, J. A. Baldock, O. A. Chadwick, and J. W. Harden. 2009. Measurement of soil carbon oxidation state and oxidative ratio by 13C nuclear magnetic resonance. Journal of Geophysical Research 114:G02014.

  • Isaacs, R., J. Tuell, A. Fiedler, M. Gardiner, and D. Landis. 2009. Maximizing arthropod-mediated ecosystem services in agricultural landscapes: The role of native plants. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 7:196-203.

  • Jiang, Y. and S. M. Swinton. 2009. Market interactions, farmers' choices, and the sustainability of growing advanced biofuels: A missing perspective? International Journal of Sustainable Development & World Ecology 16:438-450.

  • Jin, L., N. Ogrinc, S. K. Hamilton, K. Szramek, T. Kanduc, and L. M. Walter. 2009. Inorganic carbon isotope systematics in soil profiles undergoing silicate and carbonate weathering (Southern Michigan, USA). Chemical Geology 264:139-153.

  • Jolejole, M. C. 2009. Trade-offs, incentives, and the supply of ecosystem services from cropland. MS Thesis, Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan, USA..

  • Joo, W. 2009. Environmental acoustics as an ecological variable to understand the dynamics of ecosystems. Dissertation, Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan, USA.

  • Kravchenko, A. N., M. A. Martin, A. J. Smucker, and M. L. Rivers. 2009. Limitations in determining multifractal spectra from pore–solid soil aggregate images. Vadose Zone Journal 8:220-226.

  • Kravchenko, A. N., X. Hao, and G. P. Robertson. 2009. Seven years of continuously planted Bt corn did not affect mineralizable and total soil C and total N in surface soil. Plant and Soil 318:269-274.

  • Lau, J. A. and P. Tiffin. 2009. Elevated carbon dioxide concentrations indirectly affect plant fitness by altering plant tolerance to herbivory. Oecologia 161:401-410.

  • Lee, Z. M., C. Bussema, and T. M. Schmidt. 2009. rrnDB: Documenting the number of rRNA and tRNA genes in bacteria and archaea. Nucleic Acids Research 37:D489-D493.

  • Levine, U. 2009. Comparisons of methanotroph communities in soils that consume atmospheric methane. Dissertation, Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan, USA.

  • Loecke, T. D. and G. P. Robertson. 2009. Soil resource heterogeneity in terms of litter aggregation promotes nitrous oxide fluxes and slows decomposition. Soil Biology & Biochemistry 41:228-235.

  • Loecke, T. D. and G. P. Robertson. 2009. Soil resource heterogeneity in the form of aggregated litter alters maize productivity. Plant and Soil 325:231-241.

  • Lüpold, S. 2009. Sexual selection and sperm design in passerine birds. Dissertation, University of Sheffield, Sheffield, England, United Kingdom. .

  • Lüpold, S., G. M. Linz, and T. R. Birkhead. 2009. Sperm design and variation in the New World blackbirds (Icteridae). Behavioral Ecology Sociobiology 63:899-909.

  • Lüpold, S., S. Calhim, S. Immler, and T. R. Birkhead. 2009. Sperm morphology and sperm velocity in passerine birds. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 276:1175-1181.

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  • Quintanilla, M. 2009. Acoustical and nematode community assessment for ecosystem characterization. Dissertation, Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan, USA.

  • Robertson, G. P. and P. M. Vitousek. 2009. Nitrogen in agriculture: balancing the cost of an essential resource. Annual Review of Environment and Resources 34:97-125.

  • Rodrigues, D. F., E. da C. Jesus, H. L. Ayala-del-Río, V. H. Pellizari, D. Gilichinsky, L. Sepulveda-Torres, and J. M. Tiedje. 2009. Biogeography of two cold-adapted genera: Psychrobacter and Exiguobacterium. The ISME Journal 36:658-665.

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  • Senthilkumar, S., B. Basso, A. N. Kravchenko, and G. P. Robertson. 2009. Contemporary evidence for soil carbon loss in the U.S. corn belt. Soil Science Society of America Journal 73:2078-2086.

  • Senthilkumar, S., A. N. Kravchenko, and G. P. Robertson. 2009. Topography influences management system effects on total soil carbon and nitrogen. Soil Science Society of America Journal 73:2059-2067.

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  • Syswerda, S. P. 2009. Ecosystem services from agriculture across a management intensity gradient in Southwest Michigan. Dissertation, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI, USA.

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  • Gallaher, C. M. 2007. Phosphorus availability in annual and perennial cropping systems. MS Thesis, Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan, USA.

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  • Huang, X. 2007. Analysis of effects of soil properties, topographical variables and management practices on spatial-temporal variability of crop yields. Ph.D. Dissertation, Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan, USA.

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  • Smith, R. G., F. D. Menalled, and G. P. Robertson. 2007. Temporal yield variability under conventional and alternative management systems. Agronomy Journal 99:1629-1634.

  • Smucker, A. J., E. J. Park, J. Dormer, and R. Horn. 2007. Soil micropore development and contributions to soluble carbon transport within macroaggregates. Vadose Zone Journal 6:282-290.

  • Swinton, S. M., F. Lupi, G. P. Robertson, and S. K. Hamilton. 2007. Ecosystem services and agriculture: cultivating agricultural ecosystems for diverse benefits. Ecological Economics 64:245-252.

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  • Thorn, R. G. and M. D. Lynch. 2007. Fungi and eukaryotic algae. Pages 145-164 in E. A. Paul, ed. Soil Microbiology, Biochemistry, and Ecology. Elsevier Academic Press, Oxford, UK.

  • Velbel, M. A. 2007. Surface textures and dissolution processes of heavy minerals in the sedimentary cycle: Examples from pyroxenes and amphiboles. Vol 58, Pages 113-150 in M. Mange and D. Wright, eds. Heavy Minerals in Use: Developments in Sedimentology. Elsevier Press, Oxford, UK.

  • Velbel, M. A., J. T. McGuire, and A. S. Madden. 2007. Scanning electron microscopy of garnet from southern Michigan soils: Etching rates and inheritance of pre-glacial and pre-pedogenic grain-surface textures. Developments in Sedimentology 58:413-432.

  • Wossink, A. and S. Swinton. 2007. Jointness in production and farmers' willingness to supply non-marketed ecosystem services. Ecological Economics 64:297-304.

  • Zhang, W., T. H. Ricketts, C. Kremen, K. Carney, and S. M. Swinton. 2007. Ecosystem services and dis-services to agriculture. Ecological Economics 64:253-260.

  • Zhang, W. 2007. Optimal pest management in the presence of natural pest control ecosystem services. Ph.D. Dissertation, Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan, USA.

  • 2006

    Ambus, P. and G. P. Robertson. 2006. The effect of increased N deposition on nitrous oxide, methane and carbon dioxide fluxes from unmanaged forest and grassland communities in Michigan. Biogeochemistry 79:315-337.

  • Bird, G. W. and M. J. Brewer. 2006. Integrated pest management, ecoliteracy, and unexpected consequences. Pages 25-49 in C. Francis, R. Poincelot, and G. W. Bird, eds. Developing and Extending Sustainable Agriculture: A New Social Contract. The Haworth Press, Binghampton, New York, USA.

  • Blackwood, C. B., C. J. Dell, E. A. Paul, and A. J. Smucker. 2006. Eubacterial communities in different soil macroaggregate environments and cropping systems. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 38:720-728.

  • Butler, R., M. Servilla, S. Gage, J. Basney, V. Welch, B. Baker, T. Fleury, P. Duda, D. Gehrig, M. Bletzinger, J. Tao, and D. M. Freemon. 2006. Cyberinfrastructure for the analysis of ecological acoustic sensor data: A use case study in grid deployment. Cluster Computing 10:301-310.

  • Costamagna, A. C. and D. A. Landis. 2006. Predators exert top-down control of soybean aphid across a gradient of agricultural management systems. Ecological Applications 16:1619-1628.

  • Costamagna, A. C. 2006. Do varying natural enemy assemblages impact Aphis glycines population dynamics? Ph.D. Dissertation, Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan, USA.

  • Davis, A. S., S. G. Hallett, and K. A. Renner. 2006. Weed seed mortality in soils with contrasting agricultural management histories. Weed Science 54:291-297.

  • Dazzo, F. B. and Y. G. Yanni. 2006. The natural rhizobium-cereal crop association as and example of plant-bacteria interaction. Pages 109-127 in N. Uphoff, A. S. Ball, E. Fernandes, H. Herren, O. Husson, M. Laing, C. Palm, J. Pretty, P. Sanchez, N. Snanginga, and J. Thies, eds. Biological Approaches to Sustainable Soil Systems. CRC Press, Taylor and Francis Group, Boca Raton, Florida, USA.

  • Dazzo, F. B. 2006. Spatial analysis of microbial colonization on plant roots grown in soil. Pages 382-383 in J. Luster and E. Finlay, eds. COST 631 Handbook of Methods Used in Rhizosphere Research. Swiss Federal Research Institute, Bimensdorf, Switzerland.

  • Farber, S., R. Costanza, D. L. Childers, J. Erickson, K. L. Gross, M. Grove, C. S. Hopkinson, J. Kahn, S. Pincetl, A. Troy, P. Warren, and M. A. Wilson. 2006. Linking ecology and economics for ecosystem management. BioScience 56:121-133.

  • Fiedler, A. 2006. Evaluation of Michigan native pants to provide resources for natural enemy arthropods. MS Thesis, Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan, USA.

  • Francis, C. R., C. R. Poincelot, and G. W. Bird. 2006. Developing and Extending Sustainable Agriculture: A New Social Contract. Haworth Press, Binghamtom, NY

  • Gantner, S., M. Schmid, C. Durr, R. Schuhegger, A. Steidle, P. Hutzler, C. Langebartels, L. Eberl, A. Hartmann, and F. B. Dazzo. 2006. In situ quantitation of the spatial scale of calling distances and population density-independent N-acylhomoserine lactone-mediated communication by rhizobacteria colonized on plant roots. FEMS Microbial Ecology 56:188-194.

  • Gardiner, M., C. DiFonzo, M. Brewer, and T. Noma. 2006. Identifying Natural Enemies in Field Crops. Michigan State University Extension Bulletin E-2949, East Lansing, Michigan, USA

  • Gerakis, A., D. Rasse, Y. Kavdir, A. Smucker, and J. T. Ritchie. 2006. Simulation of leaching losses in the nitrogen cycle. Communications in Soil Science and Plant Analysis 37:1973-1997.

  • Grace, P. R., M. Colunga-Garcia, S. H. Gage, G. P. Robertson, and G. R. Safir. 2006. The potential impact of agricultural management and climate change on soil organic carbon resources in terrestrial ecosystems of the North Central Region of the United States. Ecosystems 9:816-827.

  • Grace, P. R., J. N. Ladd, G. P. Robertson, and S. H. Gage. 2006. SOCRATES - A simple model for predicting long-term changes in soil organic carbon in terrestrial ecosystems. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 38:1172-1176.

  • Grandy, A. S. and G. P. Robertson. 2006. Initial cultivation of a temperate-region soil immediately accelerates aggregate turnover and CO2 and N2O fluxes. Global Change Biology 12:1507-1520.

  • Grandy, A. S. and G. P. Robertson. 2006. Aggregation and organic matter protection following tillage of a previously uncultivated soil. Soil Science Society of America Journal 70:1398-1406.

  • Grandy, A. S., T. D. Loecke, S. Parr, and G. P. Robertson. 2006. Long-term trends in nitrous oxide emissions, soil nitrogen, and crop yields of till and no-till cropping systems. Journal of Environmental Quality 35:1487-1495.

  • Grandy, A. S., G. P. Robertson, and K. D. Thelen. 2006. Do productivity and environmental tradeoffs justify periodically cultivating no-till cropping systems? Agronomy Journal 98:1377-1383.

  • Huizinga, K. M. 2006. The diversity of dissimilatory nitrate reducers in an agroecosystem. Ph.D. Dissertation, Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan, USA.

  • Kosola, K. R., D. Parry, and B. A. Workmaster. 2006. Responses of condensed tannins in poplar roots to fertilization and gypsy moth defoliation. Tree Physiology 26:1607-1611.

  • Kravchenko, A. N., G. P. Robertson, S. S. Snapp, and A. J. Smucker. 2006. Using information about spatial variability to improve estimates of total soil carbon. Agronomy Journal 98:823-829.

  • Kravchenko, A. N., G. P. Robertson, X. Hao, and D. G. Bullock. 2006. Management practice effects on surface total carbon: Differences in spatial variability patterns. Agronomy Journal 98:1559-1568.

  • Kurzman, A. L. 2006. Changes in major solute chemistry as water infiltrates soils: comparisons between managed agroecosystems and unmanaged vegetation. Ph.D. Dissertation, Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan, USA.

  • Lynch, M. D. and R. G. Thorn. 2006. Diversity of basidiomycetes in Michigan agricultural soils. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 72:7050-7056.

  • Menalled, F., M. Liebman, and K. Renner. 2006. The ecology of weed seed predation in herbaceous crop systems. Pages 297-327 in H. P. Singh, D. R. Batish, and R. K. Kohli, eds. Handbook of Sustainable Weed Management. Haworth Press, Binghamton, New York.

  • Menalled, F., M. Liebman, and K. Renner. 2006. The ecology of weed seed predation in herbaceous crop systems. Pages 297-327 in H. P. Singh, D. R. Batish, and R. Kohli, eds. Handbook of Sustainable Weed Management. The Haworth Press, Binghampton, New York, USA.

  • Paul, E. A., S. J. Morris, R. T. Conant, and A. F. Plante. 2006. Does the acid hydrolysis incubation method measure meaningful soil organic carbon pools? Soil Science Society of America Journal 70:1023-1035.

  • Penton, C. H., A. H. Devol, and J. M. Tiedje. 2006. Molecular evidence for the broad distribution of anaerobic ammonium-oxidizing bacteria in freshwater and marine sediments. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 72:6829-6832.

  • Pietola, L. and A. J. Smucker. 2006. Elimination of non-root residue by image analysis of very fine roots. Computers and Electronics in Agriculture 53:92-97.

  • Robertson, G. P. and A. S. Grandy. 2006. Soil system management in temperate regions. Pages 27-39 in N. Uphoff, A. S. Ball, E. Fernandes, H. Herren, O. Husson, M. Laing, C. Palm, J. Pretty, P. Sanchez, N. Snanginga, and J. Thies, eds. Biological Approaches to Sustainable Soil Systems. CRC Press, Taylor and Francis Group, Boca Raton, Florida, USA.

  • Sahli, H. F. and J. K. Conner. 2006. Characterizing ecological generalization in plant-pollination systems. Oecologia 148:365-372.

  • Sahli, H. F. 2006. Generalization in plant pollination systems and its effect on floral evolution within and among populations of wild radish (Raphanus raphanistrum). Ph.D. Dissertation, Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan, USA.

  • Schmidt, T. M. 2006. The maturing of microbial ecology. International Microbiology 9:217-223.

  • Smith, R. G. and K. L. Gross. 2006. Weed community and corn yield variability in diverse management systems. Weed Science 54:106-113.

  • Smith, R. G. and K. L. Gross. 2006. Rapid change in the germinable fraction of the weed seed bank in crop rotations. Weed Science 54:1094-1100.

  • Smith, R. G. 2006. Timing of tillage is an important filter on the assembly of weed communities. Weed Science 54:705-712.

  • Smucker, A. J. and E. J. Park. 2006. Soil biophysical responses by macroaggregates to tillage of two soil types. Pages 455-460 in Advances in GeoEcology. Cantena Verlag Publishers, Reiskirchen, Germany.

  • Stewart, C. E. 2006. Soil carbon saturation: A new model of soil organic matter stabilization and turnover. Ph.D. Dissertation, Colorado State University, Ft. Collins, Colorado, USA.

  • Stres, B. and J. M. Tiedje. 2006. New frontiers in soil microbiology: How to link structure and function of microbial communities? Vol 8, Pages 1-22 in P. Nannipieri and K. Smalla, eds. Soil Biology: Nucleic Acids and Proteins in Soil. Springer Verlag, Heidelberg, Germany.

  • Sutka, R. L., N. E. Ostrom, P. H. Ostrom, J. A. Breznak, H. Gandhi, A. J. Pitt, and F. Li. 2006. Distinguishing nitrous oxide production from nitrification and denitrification on the basis of isotopomer abundances. 72:638-644.

  • Swinton, S. M., F. Lupi, G. P. Robertson, and D. A. Landis. 2006. Ecosystem services from agriculture: Looking beyond the usual suspects. American Journal of Agricultural Economics 88:1160-1166.

  • Wiangwang, N. 2006. Hyperspectral data modeling for water quality studies in Michigan's inland lakes. Ph.D. Dissertation, Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan, USA.

  • 2005

    Basso, B. and J. T. Ritchie. 2005. Impact of compost, manure and inorganic fertilizer on nitrate leaching and yield for a 6-year maize–alfalfa rotation in Michigan. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment 108:329-341.

  • Davis, A. S., K. Renner, and K. L. Gross. 2005. Weed seedbank and community shifts in a long-term cropping systems experiment. Weed Science 53:296-306.

  • Davis, A. S., J. Cardina, F. Forcella, G. A. Johnson, G. Kegode, J. L. Lindquist, E. C. Luschei, K. A. Renner, C. L. Sprague, and M. M. Williams. 2005. Environmental factors affecting seed persistence of annual weeds across the U.S. corn belt. Weed Science 53:860-868.

  • Dethlefsen, L. and T. M. Schmidt. 2005. Differences in codon bias cannot explain differences in translational power among microbes. BMC Bioinformatices 6:3.

  • Elwadie, M., F. J. Pierce, and J. Qi. 2005. Remote sensing of canopy dynamics and biophysical variables estimation of corn in Michigan. Agronomy Journal 97:99-105.

  • Emery, S. E. 2005. Population and community approaches to understanding invasion in grasslands. Dissertation, Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan, USA.

  • Geml, J., D. D. Davis, and D. M. Geiser. 2005. Systematics of the genus Sphaerobolus based on molecular and morphological data, with the description of Sphaerobolus ingoldii sp. nov. Mycologia 97:680-694.

  • Grandy, A. S. 2005. Ecosystem consequences of soil aggregation following soil disturbance. Ph.D. Dissertation, Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan, USA.

  • Kavdir, Y., D. P. Rasse, and A. J. Smucker. 2005. Specific contributions of decaying alfalfa roots to nitrate leaching in a Kalamazoo loam soil. Agriculture, Ecosystems, and Environment 109:97-106.

  • Kavdir, Y. and A. J. Smucker. 2005. Soil aggregate sequestration of cover crop root and shoot-derived nitrogen. Plant and Soil 272:263-276.

  • Kravchenko, A. N., G. P. Robertson, K. D. Thelen, and R. R. Harwood. 2005. Management, topographical, and weather effects on spatial variability of crop grain yields. Agronomy Journal 97:514-523.

  • Landis, D. A., F. D. Menalled, A. C. Costamagna, and T. K. Wilkinson. 2005. Manipulating plant resources to enhance beneficial arthropods in agricultural landscapes. Weed Science 53:902-908.

  • McSwiney, C. P. and G. P. Robertson. 2005. Non-linear response of N2O flux to incremental fertilizer addition in a continuous maize (Zea mays sp.) cropping system. Global Change Biology 11:1712-1719.

  • Mercader, R. and J. M. Scriber. 2005. Phenotypic plasticity in host selection in adult tiger swallowtail butterflies, Papilio glaucus (Lepidptera: Papilionidae). Pages 25-57 in T. N. Ananthakrishnan, ed. Insects and Phenotypic Plasticity. IHB, Oxford, England, UK.

  • Morris, S. J. and G. P. Robertson. 2005. Linking function between scales of resolution. Pages 13-26 in J. Dighton, P. V. Oudemans, and J. F. White, eds. The Fungal Community, 3rd Ed.. Marcel Dekker, New York, New York, USA.

  • Mosier, A. R., A. D. Halvorson, G. A. Peterson, G. P. Robertson, and L. Sherrod. 2005. Measurement of net global warming potential in three agroecosystems. Nutrient Cycling in Agroecosystems 7:67-76.

  • Pennings, S. C., C. M. Clark, E. E. Cleland, S. L. Collins, L. Gough, K. L. Gross, D. G. Milchunas, and K. N. Suding. 2005. Do individual plant species show predictable responses to nitrogen addition across multiple experiments? Oikos 110:547-555.

  • Porter, J. H., P. Arzberger, H. -. Braun, P. Bryant, S. H. Gage, T. Hansen, P. Hanson, C. C. Lin, F. P. Lin, T. K. Kratz, W. Michener, S. Shapiro, and T. Williams. 2005. Wireless sensor networks for ecology. BioScience 7:561-572.

  • Ramette, A., J. L. LiPuma, and J. M. Tiedje. 2005. Species abundance and diversity of Burkholderia cepacia complex in the environment. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 71:1193-1201.

  • Reeves, J. B., B. A. Francis, and S. K. Hamilton. 2005. Specular reflection and diffuse reflectance spectroscopy of soils. Applied Spectroscopy 59:39-46.

  • Reid, N. 2005. Biogeochemical impacts of major reservoirs on the Kalamazoo River. MS. Thesis, Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan, USA.

  • Robertson, G. P. and S. M. Swinton. 2005. Reconciling agricultural productivity and environmental integrity: A grand challenge for agriculture. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 3:38-46.

  • Scriber, J. M. 2005. The "feeding specialization/physiological efficiency" hypothesis: a review of 50 years of difficulties, and strong recent support from the North American Lauraceae-specialist, Papilio troilus (Papilionidae: Lepidoptera). Trends in Entomology 4:1-42.

  • Smith, R. G. 2005. Agroecosystem diversity: Impacts on weed communities and crop yield. PhD Dissertation, Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan, USA.

  • Smith, R. G., K. L. Gross, and S. Januchowski. 2005. Earthworms and weed seed distribution in annual crops. Agriculture, Ecosystems, and Environment 108:363-367.

  • Suding, K. N., S. L. Collins, L. Gough, C. Clark, E. E. Cleland, K. L. Gross, D. G. Milchunas, and S. Pennings. 2005. Functional- and abundance-based mechanisms explain diversity loss due to N fertilization. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 102:4387-4392.

  • Suwanwaree, P. and G. P. Robertson. 2005. Methane oxidation in forest, successional, and no-till agricultural ecosystems: Effects of nitrogen and soil disturbance. Soil Science Society of America Journal 69:1722-1729.

  • Swinton, S. M. 2005. As ecosystem services are demanded of agriculture, what of agricultural economists? Western Economics Forum 4:21-23.

  • Treseder, K. K., S. J. Morris, and M. F. Allen. 2005. The contribution of root exudates, symbionts, and detritus to carbon sequestration in the soil. Pages 145-162 in R. W. Zobel and S. F. Wright, eds. Roots and Soil Management - Interactions between Roots and Soil. American Society of Agronomy, Madison, Wisconsin.

  • Whitmire, S. L. and S. K. Hamilton. 2005. Rapid removal of nitrate and sulfate by freshwater wetland sediments. Journal of Environmental Quality 34:2062-2071.

  • 2004

    Bills, G. F., M. Christensen, M. Powell, and G. Thorn. 2004. Saprobic soil fungi. Pages 271-302 in G. M. Muelle, G. F. Bills, and M. S. Foster, eds. Biodiversity of Fungi: Inventory and Monitoring Methods. Elsevier Academic Press, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

  • Brewer, E. A. 2004. Impacts of calcium and nitrogen on carbon stabilization in soils of an afforested red pine stand. MS Thesis, Bradley University, Peoria, Illinois, USA.

  • Caldeira, K., M. G. Morgan, D. Baldocchi, P. G. Brewer, C. T. Chen, G. Nabuurs, N. Nakicenovic, and G. P. Robertson. 2004. A portfolio of carbon management options. Pages 103-130 in C. B. Field and M. R. Raupach, eds. The Global Carbon Cycle. Island Press, Washington, DC, USA.

  • Council for Agricultural Science and Technology,(CAST) 2004. Climate Change and Greenhouse Gas Mitigation: Challenges and Opportunities for Agriculture. Council for Agricultural Science and Technology (CAST), Ames, Iowa, USA

  • Dazzo, F. B. 2004. Production of anti-microbial antibodies and their utilization in studies of microbial autecology by immunofluorescence microscopy and in situ CMEIAS image analysis. Pages 911-932 in G. A. Kowalchuk, F. deBruijn, I. Head, A. Akkermans, and J. Elsa, eds. Molecular Microbial Ecology Manual, 2nd ed.. Kluwer, Dordrecht, The Netherlands.

  • Dazzo, F. B. 2004. Applications of quantitative microscopy in studies of plant surface microbiology. Pages 503-550 in A. Varma, L. Abbott, D. Werner, and R. Hampp, eds. Plant Surface Microbiology. Springer Verlag, Germany.

  • Dazzo, F. B. 2004. New CMEIAS image analysis software for computer-assisted microscopy of microorganisms and their ecology. Microscopy Today 12:18-23.

  • De Gryze, S., J. Six, K. Paustian, S. J. Morris, E. A. Paul, and R. Merckx. 2004. Soil organic carbon pool changes following land use conversions. Global Change Biology 10:1120-1132.

  • Dethlefsen, L. 2004. Translational power differs between bacteria pursuing different ecological strategies. Dissertation, Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan, USA.

  • Dodds, W. K., E. Marti, J. L. Tank, J. Pontius, S. K. Hamilton, N. B. Grimm, W. B. Bowden, W. H. McDowell, B. J. Peterson, H. M. Valett, J. R. Webster, and S. Gregory. 2004. Carbon and nitrogen stoichiometry and nitrogen cycling rates in streams. Oecologia 140:458-467.

  • Ebert-May, D., K. S. Williams, E. P. Weber, J. Hodder, and D. Luckie. 2004. Practicing scientific inquiry: What are the rules? Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 2:492-493.

  • Hamilton, S. K., J. L. Tank, D. F. Raikow, E. Siler, N. J. Dorn, and N. Leonard. 2004. The role of instream vs allochthonous N in stream food webs: Modeling the results of an isotope addition experiment. Journal of the North American Benthological Society 23:429-448.

  • Kavdir, Y. and A. J. Smucker. 2004. Effects of rye roots and shoots on soil aggregate erosion rate. Journal of Harran Uni. Agr. Fac. 8:29-32.

  • Kosola, K. R., D. M. Durall, G. P. Robertson, D. I. Dickmann, D. Parry, C. A. Russell, and E. A. Paul. 2004. Resilience of mycorrhizal fungi on defoliated and fertilized hybrid poplars. Canadian Journal of Botany 82:671-680.

  • Landis, D. A., T. B. Fox, and A. C. Costamagna. 2004. Impact of multicolored Asian lady beetle as a biological control agent. American Entomologist 50:153-155.

  • Lynch, M. D. 2004. Species richness and composition of soil Basidiomycota. MS Thesis, University of Western Ontario, London, Ontario, Canada.

  • Menalled, F. and D. A. Landis. 2004. Conservation of ground beetles in annual crops. Pages 593-595 in J. Capinera, ed. Encyclopedia of Entomology. Kluwer Academic Press, Dordrecht, The Netherlands.

  • Menalled, F. D., D. A. Landis, and L. E. Dyer. 2004. Research and extension supporting ecologically based IPM systems. Journal of Crop Improvement 11:153-174.

  • Mullholland, P. J., H. M. Valett, J. R. Webster, S. A. Thomas, L. N. Cooper, S. K. Hamilton, and B. J. Peterson. 2004. Stream denitrification and total nitrate uptake rates measured using a field 15N tracer addition approach. Limnology and Oceanography 49:809-820.

  • Reddy, C. K. and F. B. Dazzo. 2004. Computer-assisted segmentation of bacteria in color micrographs. Microscopy & Analysis 18:5-7.

  • Robertson, G. P. 2004. Abatement of nitrous oxide, methane, and the other non-CO2 greenhouse gases: The need for a systems approach. Pages 493-506 in C. B. Field and M. R. Raupach, eds. The Global Carbon Cycle. Island Press, Washington, DC, USA.

  • Robertson, G. P. and P. R. Grace. 2004. Greenhouse gas fluxes in tropical and temperate agriculture: The need for a full-cost accounting of global warming potentials. Environment, Development and Sustainability 6:51-63.

  • Robertson, G. P., J. C. Broome, E. A. Chornesky, J. R. Frankenberger, P. Johnson, M. Lipson, J. A. Miranowski, E. D. Owens, D. Pimentel, and L. A. Thrupp. 2004. Rethinking the vision for environmental research in U.S. agriculture. BioScience 54:61-65.

  • Russell, C. A., K. R. Kosola, E. A. Paul, and G. P. Robertson. 2004. Nitrogen cycling in poplar stands defoliated by insects. Biogeochemistry 68:365-381.

  • Rutledge, C. E., R. J. O'Neil, T. B. Fox, and D. A. Landis. 2004. Soybean aphid predators and their use in IPM. Annals of the Entomological Society of America 97:240-248.

  • Sanchez, J. E., R. R. Harwood, T. C. Willson, K. Kizilkaya, J. Smeenk, E. Parker, E. A. Paul, B. D. Knezek, and G. P. Robertson. 2004. Managing soil carbon and nitrogen for productivity and environmental quality. Agronomy Journal 96:769-775.

  • Scriber, J. M. 2004. Non-target impacts of forest defoliator management options: Decision for no spraying may have worse impacts on non-target Lepidoptera that Bacillus thuringiensis insecticides. Journal of Insect Conservation 8:241-261.

  • Smith, J. J. 2004. Impacts of soil ecosystem disturbance on nematode community structure. MS Thesis, Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan, USA.

  • South, S. R., J. Qi, and D. P. Lusch. 2004. Optimal classification methods for mapping agricultural tillage practices. Remote Sensing of Environment 91:90-97.

  • Stevenson, B. S., S. A. Eichorst, J. T. Wertz, and T. M. Schmidt. 2004. New strategies for cultivation and detection of previously uncultured microbes. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 70:4748-4755.

  • Stres, B., I. Mahne, G. Avgustin, and J. M. Tiedje. 2004. Nitrous oxide reductase (nosZ) gene fragments differ between native and cultivated Michigan soils. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 70:301-309.

  • Suding, K. N., K. L. Gross, and G. Houseman. 2004. Alternative states and positive feedbacks in restoration ecology. Trends in Ecology & Evolution 19:46-53.

  • Thobaben, E. T. 2004. Linking plant communities and environmental variables in southwestern Michigan wetlands. Dissertation, Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan, USA.

  • 2003

    Bird, G. W. 2003. Role of integrated pest management and sustainable development. Pages 73-85 in K. S. Maredia, D. Dakouo, and D. Mota-Sanchez, eds. Integrated Pest Management in the Global Arena. CABI Publishing, Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA.

  • Blackwood, C. B., T. Marsh, S. H. Kim, and E. A. Paul. 2003. Terminal restriction fragment length polymorphism data analysis for quantitative comparison of microbial communities. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 69:926-932.

  • Blackwood, C. B. and E. A. Paul. 2003. Eubacterial community structure and population size within the soil light fraction, rhizosphere, and heavy fraction of several agricultural systems. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 35:1245-1255.

  • Buckley, D. H. and T. M. Schmidt. 2003. Diversity and dynamics of microbial communities in soils from agro-ecosystems. Environmental Microbiology 5:441-452.

  • Dalal, R. C., W. Wang, G. P. Robertson, and W. J. Parton. 2003. Nitrous oxide emission from Australian agricultural lands and mitigation options: A review. Australian Journal of Soil Research 41:165-195.

  • Fortuna, A. M., R. R. Harwood, G. P. Robertson, J. W. Fisk, and E. A. Paul. 2003. Seasonal changes in nitrification potential associated with application of N fertilizer and compost in maize systems of southwest Michigan. Agriculture, Ecosystems and the Environment 97:285-293.

  • Fortuna, A. M., R. R. Harwood, K. Kizilkaya, and E. A. Paul. 2003. Optimizing nutrient availability and potential carbon sequestration in an agroecosystem. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 35:1005-1013.

  • Fortuna, A. M., E. A. Paul, and R. R. Harwood. 2003. The effects of compost and crop rotations on carbon turnover and the particulate organic matter fraction. Soil Science 168:434-444.

  • Gage, S. H. 2003. Climate variability in the North Central Region: Characterizing drought severity patterns. Pages 56-73 in D. Greenland, D. Goodin, and R. Smith, eds. Climate Variability and Ecosystem Response at Long Term Ecological Research Sites. Oxford University Press, Oxford, UK.

  • Grace, P. R., M. C. Jain, L. W. Harrington, and G. P. Robertson. 2003. Long-term sustainability of the tropical and subtropical rice and wheat system: An environmental perspective. Pages 27-43 in J. K. Ladha, J. E. Hill, J. M. Duxbury, R. K. Gupta, and R. J. Buresh, eds. Improving the Productivity and Sustainability of Rice-Wheat System: Issues and Impacts. American Society of Agronomy Special Publication 65, Madison, Wisconsin, USA.

  • Holdaway-Dopp, H. A. 2003. Changes in microbial community responses to gradients of carbon, nitrogen, and wetting cycles in geoncentric layers of soil macro-aggregates. MS Theses, Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan, USA.

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  • McKeown, C. H. 2003. Quantifying the roles of competition and niche separation in native and exotic cocconellids, and the changes in the community in response to an exotic prey species. MS. Thesis, Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan, USA.

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  • Pitt, A. J. 2003. Isotopomer effects associated with nitrification and denitrification: Implications for the global nitrous oxide cycle. MS. Thesis, Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan, USA.

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  • Smeenk, J. P. 2003. The impacts of continuous corn and a corn-soybean-wheat rotation grown under various management schemes on nitrate leaching, soil physical characteristics and net returns. Ph.D. Dissertation, Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan, USA.

  • Smucker, A. J. 2003. Root carbon contributions to soil aggregate formation and function. Pages 421-426 in Roots: The Dynamic Interface between Plants and the Earth. Kluwer Academic Publishers, The Netherlands.

  • South, S. R. 2003. Identification and mapping of agricultural tillage methods utilizing remotely sensed data. Ph.D. Dissertation, Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan, USA.

  • Suwanwaree, P. 2003. Methane oxidation in terrestrial ecosystems: Patterns and effects of disturbance. Ph.D. Dissertation, Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan, USA.

  • Symstad, A. J., F. S. Chapin, D. H. Wall, K. L. Gross, L. F. Huenneke, G. G. Mittelbach, D. P. Peters, and D. G. Tilman. 2003. Long-term and large-scale perspectives on biodiversity-ecosystem functioning relationships. BioScience 53:89-98.

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  • 2002

    Agrawal, A. A., K. R. Kosola, and D. Parry. 2002. Gypsy moth defoliation and N fertilization affect hybrid poplar regeneration following coppicing. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 32:1491-1495.

  • Bergsma, T. T., G. P. Robertson, and N. E. Ostrom. 2002. Influence of soil moisture and land use history on denitrification end-products. Journal of Environmental Quality 31:711-717.

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  • Findlay, S., J. L. Tank, S. Dye, H. M. Valett, P. J. Mulholland, W. H. McDowell, S. Johnson, S. K. Hamilton, J. A. Edmonds, W. K. Dodds, and W. B. Bowden. 2002. A cross-system comparison of bacterial and fungal biomass in detritus pools of headwater streams. Microbial Ecology 43:55-66.

  • Fox, T. B. 2002. Biological control of soybean (Aphis glycines Matsumura) aphid in Michigan. MS Thesis, Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan, USA.

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  • Kavdir, Y. and A. J. Smucker. 2002. Soil aggregate sequestration of cover crop root and shoot residue nitrogen. Pages 134-142 in Proceedings of the International Conference on Sustainable Land Use and Management. Soil Science Society of Turkey, Turkey.

  • Kosola, K. R., D. I. Dickmann, and D. Parry. 2002. Carbohydrates in individual poplar fine roots- effects of root age and defoliation. Tree Physiology 22:741-746.

  • McDermott, T. R. and F. B. Dazzo. 2002. Use of fluorescent antibodies for studying the ecology of soil- and plant-associated microbes. Pages 615-626 in Manual of Environmental Microbiology. American Society for Microbiology Press, Washington, DC, USA.

  • Morris, S. J. and E. A. Paul. 2002. Forest ecology and soil organic matter. Pages 109-125 in The Potential of US Forest Soil to Sequester Carbon and Mitigate the Greenhouse Effect. CRC Press, Boca Raton, Florida, USA.

  • Mulholland, P. J., J. L. Tank, J. R. Webster, W. K. Dodds, S. K. Hamilton, S. L. Johnson, E. Marti, W. H. McDowell, J. Merriam, B. J. Peterson, H. M. Valett, and W. M. Wollheim. 2002. Can uptake lengths in streams be determined by nutrient addition experiments? : Results from an inter-biome comparison study. Journal of the North American Benthological Society 21:544-560.

  • Ostrom, N. E., L. O. Hedin, J. C. von Fischer, and G. P. Robertson. 2002. Nitrogen transformations and NO3- removal at a soil-stream interface: a stable isotope approach. Ecological Applications 12:1027-1043.

  • Raikow, D. F. 2002. How the feeding ecology of native and exotic mussels affects freshwater ecosystems. PhD Dissertation, Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan.

  • Sanchez, J. E., E. A. Paul, T. C. Willson, J. Smeenk, and R. R. Harwood. 2002. Corn root effects on the nitrogen-supplying capacity of a conditioned soil. Agronomy Journal 94:391-396.

  • Scriber, J. M. 2002. The evolution of insect-plant relationships: Chemical constraints, coadaptation and concordance of insect/plant traits. Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata 104:217-235.

  • Scriber, J. M., K. Keefover, and S. Nelson. 2002. Hot summer temperatures may stop movement of Papilio canadensis butterflies and genetic introgression south of the hybrid zone in the North Amercian Great Lakes Region. Ecography 25:184-192.

  • Scriber, J. M., M. Deering, J. Donovan, H. Hereau, G. Ording, and A. Stump. 2002. Species at the edge: Island refuges, interspecific hybridization, and climate-driven range extensions of North American butterflies. Proceedings 10th Insects in Captivity Conference 10:178-185.

  • Six, J., P. Callewaert, S. Landers, S. D. Gryze, S. J. Morris, R. G. Gregorich, E. A. Paul, and K. Paustian. 2002. Measuring and understanding carbon storage in afforested soils by physical fractionation. Soil Science Society of America Journal 66:1981-1987.

  • Six, J., R. T. Conant, E. A. Paul, and K. Paustian. 2002. Stabilization mechanisms of soil organic matter: Implications for C-saturation of soils. Plant and Soil 241:155-176.

  • Smucker, A. J. and Y. Kavdir. 2002. Biophysical infrastructures that promote carbon sequestration within soil aggregates. Pages 129-133 in Proceedings of the International Conference on Sustainable Land Use and Management. Soil Science Society of Turkey, Turkey.

  • Smucker, A. J. 2002. Root contributions to soil structure. Pages 1273-1275 in Encyclopedia of Soil Science. Marcel Dekker, Inc., New York, New York, USA.

  • Tesar, D. and J. M. Scriber. 2002. Growth season constraints in climatic cold pockets: Tolerance of subfreezing temperatures and compensatory growth by tiger swallowtail butterfly larvae. Holarctic Lepidoptera 7:39-44.

  • 2001

    Ambus, P., E. S. Jensen, and G. P. Robertson. 2001. Nitrous oxide and N-leaching losses from agricultural soil: influence of crop residue particle size, quality and placement. Phyton (Austria) 41:7-15.

  • Bergsma, T. T., N. E. Ostrom, M. Emmons, and G. P. Robertson. 2001. Measuring simultaneous fluxes from soil of N2O and N2 in the field using the 15N-Gas "Nonequilibrium" technique. Environmental Science and Technology 35:4307-4312.

  • Bird, G. W. 2001. Patterns of agricultural sustainability. Pages 101-106 in Sustainable Agriculture: Possibility and Direction, 2nd Asia-Pacific Conference on Sustainable Agriculture. Thailand national Science and Technology Development Agency, Bankok, Thailand.

  • Blackwood, C. 2001. Spatial organization in soil bacterial communities. Ph.D. Dissertation, Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan, USA.

  • Broughton, L. C. 2001. Linking plant communities to soil microbial communities and processes in old-fields. PhD Dissertation, Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan, USA.

  • Buckley, D. H. and T. M. Schmidt. 2001. Environmental factors influencing the distribution of rRNA from Verrucomicrobia in soil. FEMS Microbial Ecology 35:105-112.

  • Buckley, D. H. and T. M. Schmidt. 2001. The structure of microbial communities in soil and the lasting impact of cultivation. Microbial Ecology 42:11-21.

  • Cavigelli, M. A. and G. P. Robertson. 2001. Role of denitrifier diversity in rates of nitrous oxide consumption in a terrestrial ecosystem. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 33:297-310.

  • Daroub, S., B. G. Ellis, and G. P. Robertson. 2001. Effect of cropping and low-chemical input systems on soil phosphorus fractions. Soil Science 166:281-291.

  • De Roo, R. D., Y. Du, F. T. Ulaby, and M. C. Dobson. 2001. A semi-empirical backscattering model at L-band and C-band for a soybean canopy with soil moisture inversion. IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing 39:864-872.

  • Fageria, N. K. and J. M. Scriber. 2001. The role of essential nutrients and minerals in insect resistance in crop plants. Pages 23-54 in Insects and Plant Defense Dynamics. Oxford and IHB, New Delhi, India.

  • Fortuna, A. M. 2001. Management of cropping system and compost additions for enhanced nitrogen availability and carbon sequestration. Ph.D. Dissertation, Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan, USA.

  • Gage, S. H., M. Colunga-Garcia, J. J. Helly, G. R. Safir, and A. Momin. 2001. Structural design for management and visualization of information for simulation models applied to a regional scale. Computers and Electronics in Agriculture 33:77-84.

  • Gross, K. L. 2001. It's a good time to get involved: Perspectives on the ESA, from Aldo Leopold to today. Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America 82:112-118.

  • Hamilton, S. K., J. L. Tank, D. F. Raikow, W. M. Wollheim, B. J. Peterson, and J. R. Webster. 2001. Nitrogen uptake and transformation in a midwestern U.S. stream: A stable isotope enrichment study. Biogeochemistry 54:297-340.

  • Harwood, R. R. 2001. Sustainability in agriculture systems in transition - At what cost? Pages 7-30 in Sustainability of Agricultural Systems in Transition. ASA-CSSA-SSSA Special Publication #64.

  • Isard, S. A. and S. H. Gage. 2001. Flow of Life in the Atmosphere: An Airscape Approach to Understanding Invasive Organisms. Michigan State University Press, East Lansing, Michigan, USA

  • Knapp, A. K. and M. D. Smith. 2001. Variation among biomes in temporal dynamics of aboveground primary production. Science 291:481-484.

  • Kosola, K. R., D. I. Dickmann, E. A. Paul, and D. Parry. 2001. Repeated insect defoliation effects on growth, nitrogen aquisition, carbohydrates and root demography of poplars. Oecologia 129:65-74.

  • Lee, J. C., F. D. Menalled, and D. A. Landis. 2001. Refuge habitats modify impact of insecticide disturbance on carabid beetle communities. Journal of Applied Ecology 38:472-483.

  • Liu, J., F. B. Dazzo, O. Glagoleva, B. Yu, and A. Jain. 2001. CMEIAS: A computer-aided system for the image analysis of bacterial morphotypes in microbial communities. Microbial Ecology 41:173-194.

  • Menalled, F., K. L. Gross, and M. Hammond. 2001. Weed aboveground and seedbank community responses to agricultural management systems. Ecological Applications 11:1586-1601.

  • Mittelbach, G. G., C. S. Steiner, K. L. Gross, H. Reynolds, S. M. Scheiner, R. B. Waide, M. R. Willig, and S. I. Dodson. 2001. What is the observed relationship between species richness and productivity? Ecology 82:2381-2396.

  • Mulholland, P. J., C. S. Fellows, J. L. Tank, N. B. Grimm, J. R. Webster, S. K. Hamilton, E. Marti, L. Ashkenas, W. B. Bowden, W. K. Dodds, W. H. McDowell, M. J. Paul, and B. J. Peterson. 2001. Inter-biome comparison of factors controlling stream metabolism. Freshwater Biology 46:1503-1517.

  • Paul, E. A., S. J. Morris, and S. Bohm. 2001. The determination of soil C pool sizes and turnover rates: Biophysical fractionation and tracers. Pages 193-206 in R. Lal, J. M. Kimble, R. F. Follett, and B. A. Stewart, eds. Assessment Methods for Soil Carbon. CRC Press, Boca Raton, Florida, USA.

  • Paul, E. A., H. P. Collins, and S. W. Leavitt. 2001. Dynamics of resistant soil carbon of Midwestern agricultural soils measured by naturally-occurring 14C abundance. Geoderma 104:239-256.

  • Peterson, B. J., W. M. Wollheim, P. J. Mullholland, J. R. Webster, J. L. Meyer, J. L. Tank, E. Marti, W. B. Bowden, H. M. Valett, A. E. Hershey, W. B. McDowell, W. K. Dodds, S. K. Hamilton, S. Gregory, and D. D. Morrall. 2001. Control of nitrogen export from watersheds by headwater streams. Science 292:86-90.

  • Raikow, D. F. and S. K. Hamilton. 2001. Bivalve diets in a midwestern U.S. stream: a stable isotope enrichment study. Limnology and Oceanography 46:514-522.

  • Robertson, G. P., P. J. Barry, F. F. Busta, R. J. Collier, N. T. Keen, R. R. Sederoff, W. W. Simpkins, F. Stormshak, and T. N. Urban. 2001. Moribund funding in agricultural research (Letter). Science 291:2089-2090.

  • Robertson, G. P. and R. R. Harwood. 2001. Sustainable agriculture. Vol I, Pages 99-108 in S. A. Levin, ed. Encyclopedia of Biodiversity. Academic Press, New York, New York, USA.

  • Sanchez, J. E., T. C. Willson, K. Kizilkaya, E. Parker, and R. R. Harwood. 2001. Enhancing the mineralizable nitrogen pool through substrate diversity in long-term cropping systems. Soil Science Society of America Journal 65:1442-1447.

  • Scriber, J. M. 2001. Bt. or not Bt; Is that the question? Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 98:12328-12330.

  • Suleiman, A. A. and J. T. Ritchie. 2001. Estimating saturated hydraulic conductivity from soil porosity. Transactions of the ASABE 44:235-239.

  • Vinocur, M. G. and J. T. Ritchie. 2001. Maize leaf development biases caused by air-apex temperature differences. Agronomy Journal 93:767-772.

  • Willson, T. C., E. A. Paul, and R. R. Harwood. 2001. Biologically active soil organic matter fractions in sustainable cropping systems. Applied Soil Ecology 16:63-76.

  • 2000

    Bergsma, T. T. 2000. The relationship between denitrification and nitrous oxide flux from soil. Ph.D. Dissertation, Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan, USA.

  • Bird, G. W. 2000. Nematodes and soil quality. Pages 84-94 in Michigan Field Crop Pest Ecology and Management. Michigan State University Extension Bulletin E-2704, East Lansing, Michigan, USA.

  • Bird, G. W. and J. W. Fisk. 2000. Standards, technology, institutions, and economics of organic farming in the USA. Pages 213-228 in Proceedings of the International Seminar on Development of Agribusiness and its Impact on Agriculture Production in Southeast Asia. Tokyo University of Agriculture, Tokyo, Japan.

  • Broughton, L. C. and K. L. Gross. 2000. Patterns of diversity in plant and soil microbial communities along a productivity gradient in a Michigan old field. Oecologia 125:420-427.

  • Buckley, D. H. 2000. The diversity and dynamics of microbial groups in soils from agroecosystems. Ph.D. Dissertation, Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan, USA.

  • Cavigelli, M. A. 2000. Soil ecology and pest management. Pages 25-34 in Michigan Field Crop Pest Ecology and Management. Michigan State University Extension Bulletin E-2704, East Lansing, MI.

  • Cavigelli, M. A. and G. P. Robertson. 2000. The functional significance of denitrifier community composition in a terrestrial ecosystem. Ecology 81:1402-1414.

  • Collins, H. P., E. T. Elliott, K. Paustian, L. G. Bundy, W. A. Dick, D. R. Huggins, A. J. Smucker, and E. A. Paul. 2000. Soil carbon pools and fluxes in long-term corn belt agroecosystems. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 32:157-168.

  • Daroub, S., F. J. Pierce, and B. G. Ellis. 2000. Phosphorus fractions and fate of phosphorus-33 in soils managed under plowing and no-tillage. Soil Science Society of America Journal 64:170-176.

  • Dazzo, F. and J. Wopereis. 2000. Unraveling the infection process in the Rhizobium-legume symbiosis by microscopy. Pages 295-347 in Prokaryotic Nitrogen Fixation: A Model System for the Analysis of a Biological Process. Horizon Scientific Press, Wymondham, UK.

  • De Gryze, S. 2000. Soil aggregation and aggregate turnover in cultivated and forested soils. M.S. Thesis, Katholieke Universiteit, Leuven, Belgium.

  • Gough, L., C. W. Osenberg, K. L. Gross, and S. L. Collins. 2000. Fertilization effects on species density and primary productivity in herbaceous plant communities. Oikos 89:428-439.

  • Groffman, P. M. 2000. Nitrogen in the environment. Pages 190-200 in M. E. Sumner, ed. Handbook of Soil Science. CRC Press, Boca Raton, Florida, USA.

  • Gross, K. L., M. R. Willig, L. Gough, R. Inouye, and S. B. Cox. 2000. Patterns of species density and productivity at different spatial scales in herbaceous plant communities. Oikos 89:417-427.

  • He, C., S. B. Malcolm, K. A. Dahlberg, and B. Fu. 2000. A conceptual framework for integrating hydrological and biological indicators into watershed management. Landscape and Urban Planning 49:25-34.

  • Kavdir, Y. 2000. Distribution of cover crop nitrogen retained by soil aggregates within a rye-corn agroecosystem. Ph.D. Dissertation, Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan, USA.

  • Klappenbach, J. A., J. M. Dunbar, and T. M. Schmidt. 2000. rRNA operon copy number reflects ecological strategies in bacteria. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 66:1328-1333.

  • Landis, D. A., S. D. Wratten, and G. Gurr. 2000. Habitat management to conserve natural enemies of arthropod pests in agriculture. Annual Review Entomology 45:175-201.

  • Landis, D. A., F. D. Menalled, J. C. Lee, and D. M. Carmona. 2000. Habitat management to enhance biological control in IPM. Pages 226-239 in Emerging Technologies for Integrated Pest Management: Concepts, Research, and Implementation. APS Press, St. Paul, Minnesota, USA.

  • Marino, P. C. and D. A. Landis. 2000. Parasitoid community structure: Implications for biological control in agricultural landscapes. Pages 183-193 in Interchanges of Insects Between Agricultural and Surrounding Landscapes. Kluwer Academic Press, Dordrecht, The Netherlands.

  • Menalled, F. D. and D. A. Landis. 2000. Principals of field crop pest ecology. Pages 14-24 in Michigan Field Crop Pest Ecology and Management. Michigan State University Extension Bulletin E-2704, East Lansing, MI.

  • Norton, J. M. 2000. Nitrification. Pages 160-181 in M. E. Sumner, ed. Handbook of Soil Science. CRC Press, Boca Raton, Florida, USA.

  • Parry, D. 2000. Induced responses of poplars to defoliation and their effects on leaf-feeding Lepidoptera. Ph.D. Dissertation, Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan, USA.

  • Paul, E. A. 2000. Soil microbiology and biochemistry: Directions and challenges for the future. Pages 25-49 in Soil Fertility, Soil Biology, and Plant Nutrient Interrelationships. Society Brasileira de Ciencia do Solo, Lavras-MG, Brazil.

  • Paul, E. A. 2000. Soil biology and biochemistry: The soil biota and its processes. Pages C1-10 in M. E. Sumner, ed. Handbook of Soil Science. CRC Press, Boca Raton, Florida, USA.

  • Phillips, C. J., D. Harris, S. L. Dollhopf, K. L. Gross, J. I. Prosser, and E. A. Paul. 2000. Effects of agronomic treatments on the structure and function of ammonia oxidizing communities. Applied Environmental Microbiology 66:5410-5418.

  • Phillips, C. J., E. A. Paul, and J. I. Prosser. 2000. Quantitative analysis of ammonia oxidising bacteria using competitive PCR. FEMS Microbial Ecology 32:167-175.

  • Rasse, D. P. and A. J. Smucker. 2000. Alfalfa root and shoot mulching effects on soil hydraulic properties and aggregation. Soil Science Society of America Journal 64:725-731.

  • Rasse, D. P., J. T. Ritchie, W. R. Peterson, J. Wei, and A. J. Smucker. 2000. Rye cover crop and nitrogen fertilization effects on nitrate leaching in inbred maize fields. Journal of Environmental Quality 29:298-304.

  • Redman, A. and J. M. Scriber. 2000. Competition between gypsy moth, Lymantria dispar, and the northern tiger swallowtail, Papilip canadensis: interactions mediated by host plant chemistry, pathogens, and parasitoids. Oecologia 125:218-228.

  • Ritchie, J. T. and J. Wei. 2000. Models of kernel number in maize. Vol Special Publication 29, Pages 75-88 in Physiology and Modeling Kernel Set in Maize. American Society of Agronomy and Crop Science Society of America, Madison, Wisconsin, USA.

  • Robertson, G. P. 2000. Denitrification. Pages 181-190 in M. E. Sumner, ed. Handbook of Soil Science. CRC Press, Boca Raton, Florida, USA.

  • Robertson, G. P., E. A. Paul, and R. R. Harwood. 2000. Greenhouse gases in intensive agriculture: Contributions of individual gases to the radiative forcing of the atmosphere. Science 289:1922-1925.

  • Robertson, G. P. and E. A. Paul. 2000. Decomposition and soil organic matter dynamics. Pages 104-116 in Methods in Ecosystem Science. Springer Verlag, New York, New York, USA.

  • Sanchez, J. E. 2000. Managing cropping systems to enhance the active soil nitrogen pool and control its mineralization. Ph.D. Dissertation, Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan, USA.

  • Scheiner, S. M., S. B. Cox, M. Willig, G. G. Mittelbach, C. Osenberg, and M. Kaspari. 2000. Species richness, species-area curves and Simpson's paradox. Evolutionary Ecology Research 2:791-802.

  • Six, J., E. T. Elliott, and K. Paustian. 2000. Soil macroaggregate turnover and microaggregate formation: A mechanism for C sequestration under no-tillage agriculture. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 32:2099-2103.

  • Six, J., K. Paustian, E. T. Elliott, and C. Combrink. 2000. Soil structure and soil organic matter: I. Distribution of aggregate size classes and aggregate associated carbon. Soil Science Society of America Journal 64:681-689.

  • Six, J., K. Paustian, and E. T. Elliott. 2000. Soil structure and soil organic matter: II. A normalized stability index and the effect of mineralogy. Soil Science Society of America Journal 64:1042-1049.

  • Six, J., R. Merckx, K. Kimpe, E. T. Elliott, and K. Paustian. 2000. A re-evaluation of the enriched labile soil organic matter fraction. European Journal of Soil Science 51:283-293.

  • Stoyan, H., H. De-Polli, S. Bohm, G. P. Robertson, and E. A. Paul. 2000. Spatial heterogeneity of soil respiration and related soil properties at the plant scale. Plant and Soil 222:203-214.

  • Thelen, K. D. 2000. Putting it all together: the big picture. Pages 95-100 in Michigan Field Crop Pest Ecology and Management. Michigan State University Extension Bulletin E-2704, East Lansing, Michigan, USA.

  • 1999

    Ambus, P. and G. P. Robertson. 1999. Fluxes of CH4 and N2O in aspen stands grown under ambient and twice-ambient CO2. Plant and Soil 209:1-8.

  • Asuming-Brempong, S. 1999. The effect of 2,4-D selection on microbial communities in micrososm and field studies and the impact on ecosystem function. Ph.D. Dissertation, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI, USA.

  • Bergsma, T. T., Q. C. Bergsma, N. E. Ostrom, and G. P. Robertson. 1999. A heuristic model for the calculation of dinitrogen and nitrous oxide flux for 15N-labeled soil. Soil Science Society of America Journal 63:1709-1716.

  • Bledsoe, C. S., T. J. Fahey, F. P. Day, and R. W. Reuss. 1999. Measurement of static root parameters: biomass, length, and distribution in the soil profile. Pages 413-436 in G. P. Robertson, D. C. Coleman, C. S. Bledsoe, and P. Sollins, eds. Standard Soil Methods for Long-term Ecological Research. Oxford University Press, New York, New York, USA.

  • Boone, R. D., D. F. Grigal, P. Sollins, R. J. Ahrens, and D. E. Armstrong. 1999. Soil sampling, preparation, archiving, and quality control. Pages 3-28 in G. P. Robertson, D. C. Coleman, C. S. Bledsoe, and P. Sollins, eds. Standard Soil Methods for Long-term Ecological Research. Oxford University Press, New York, New York, USA.

  • Bruns, M. A., J. R. Stephen, J. I. Prosser, and E. A. Paul. 1999. Comparative diversity of ammonia-oxidizer 16S rRNA gene sequences in native, tilled, and successional soils. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 65:2994-3000.

  • Calmon, M. A., W. D. Batchelor, J. W. Jones, J. T. Ritchie, K. J. Boote, and L. C. Hammond. 1999. Simulating soybean root growth and soil water extraction using a functional crop model. Transactions American Society Agricultural Engineering 42:1868-1877.

  • Coleman, D. C., J. M. Blair, E. T. Elliott, and D. H. Wall. 1999. Soil invertebrates. Pages 349-377 in G. P. Robertson, D. C. Coleman, C. S. Bledsoe, and P. Sollins, eds. Standard Soil Methods for Long-term Ecological Research. Oxford University Press, New York, New York, USA.

  • Collins, H. P., R. L. Blevins, L. G. Bundy, D. R. Christenson, W. A. Dick, D. R. Huggins, and E. A. Paul. 1999. Soil carbon dynamics in corn-based agroecosystems: results from carbon-13 natural abundance. Soil Science Society of America Journal 63:584-591.

  • Cora, J., F. J. Pierce, B. Basso, and J. T. Ritchie. 1999. Simulation of within field variability of corn yield with CERES-Maize model. Pages 1309-1319 in P. C. Robert, R. H. Rust, and W. E. Larson, eds. Precision Agriculture. ASA-CSSA-SSSA, Madison, Wisconsin, USA.

  • Elliott, E. T., J. W. Heil, E. F. Kelly, and H. C. Monger. 1999. Soil structural and other physical properties. Pages 74-85 in G. P. Robertson, D. C. Coleman, C. S. Bledsoe, and P. Sollins, eds. Standard Soil Methods for Long-term Ecological Research. Oxford University Press, New York, New York, USA.

  • Fahey, T., C. S. Bledsoe, F. Day, R. Ruess, and A. J. Smucker. 1999. Fine root production and demography. Pages 437-455 in G. P. Robertson, C. S. Bledsoe, D. C. Coleman, and P. Sollins, eds. Standard Soil Methods for Long-Term Ecological Research. Oxford University Press, New York, New York, USA.

  • Foster, B. L. and K. L. Gross. 1999. Temporal and spatial patterns of woody plant establishment in Michigan old fields. American Midland Naturalist 142:229-243.

  • Foster, B. L. 1999. Establishment, competition and the distribution of native grasses among Michigan old-fields. Journal of Ecology 87:476-489.

  • Gage, S. H., S. A. Isard, and M. Colunga-Garcia. 1999. Ecological scaling of aerobiological dispersal processes. Agricultural and Forest Meterorology 97:249-261.

  • Garrison, M. V., W. D. Batchelor, R. S. Kanwar, and J. T. Ritchie. 1999. Evaluation of the CERES-Maize water and nitrogen balances under tile-drained conditions. Agricultural Systems 62:189-199.

  • Grigal, D. F., J. C. Bell, R. A. Ahrens, R. D. Boone, E. F. Kelly, H. C. Monger, and P. Sollins. 1999. Site and landscape characterization for ecological studies. Pages 29-54 in G. P. Robertson, D. C. Coleman, C. S. Bledsoe, and P. Sollins, eds. Standard Soil Methods for Long-term Ecological Research. Oxford University Press, New York, New York, USA.

  • Groffman, P. M., E. A. Holland, D. D. Myrold, G. P. Robertson, and X. Zou. 1999. Denitrification. Pages 272-290 in G. P. Robertson, C. S. Bledsoe, D. C. Coleman, and P. Sollins, eds. Standard Soil Methods for Long-Term Ecological Research. Oxford University Press, New York, New York, USA.

  • Harmon, M. E. and K. Lajtha. 1999. Analysis of detritus and organic horizons for mineral and organic constituents. Pages 143-165 in G. P. Robertson, D. C. Coleman, C. S. Bledsoe, and P. Sollins, eds. Standard Soil Methods for Long-term Ecological Research. Oxford University Press, New York, New York, USA.

  • Harmon, M. E., K. J. Nadelhoffer, and J. M. Blair. 1999. Measuring decomposition, nutrient turnover, and stores in plant litter. Pages 202-240 in G. P. Robertson, D. C. Coleman, C. S. Bledsoe, and P. Sollins, eds. Oxford University Press, New York, New York, USA.

  • Henry, A. and K. R. Kosola. 1999. Root age and phosphorus effects on colonization of big bluestem (Andropogon geradii) by micorrhizal fungi. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 31:1657-1660.

  • Holland, E. A., G. P. Robertson, J. Greenberg, P. Groffman, R. Boone, and J. Gosz. 1999. Soil CO2, N2O, and CH4 Exchange. Pages 185-201 in G. P. Robertson, C. S. Bledsoe, D. C. Coleman, and P. Sollins, eds. Standard Soil Methods for Long-Term Ecological Research. Oxford University Press, New York, New York, USA.

  • Jame, Y. W., H. W. Cutforth, and J. T. Ritchie. 1999. Temperature response function for leaf appearance rate in wheat and corn. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 79:1-10.

  • Jarrell, W. M., D. E. Armstrong, D. F. Grigal, E. F. Kelly, H. C. Monger, and D. A. Wedin. 1999. Soil water and temperature status. Standard Soil Methods for Long-term Ecological Research

  • Johnson, N. C., T. E. O'Dell, and C. S. Bledsoe. 1999. Methods for ecological studies of mycorrhizae. Pages 378-412 in G. P. Robertson, D. C. Coleman, C. S. Bledsoe, and P. Sollins, eds. Standard Soil Methods for Long-term Ecological Research. Oxford University Press, New York, New York, USA.

  • Kosola, K. R. 1999. Laparascopic sampling of roots of known age from an expandable-wall minirhizotron system. Agronomy Journal 91:876-879.

  • Kosola, K. R. and K. L. Gross. 1999. Resource competition and suppression of plants colonizing early successional old fields. Oecologia 118:69-75.

  • Lajtha, K., C. T. Driscoll, W. M. Jarrell, and E. T. Elliott. 1999. Soil phosphorus: characterization and total element analysis. Pages 115-142 in G. P. Robertson, D. C. Coleman, C. S. Bledsoe, and P. Sollins, eds. Standard Soil Methods for Long-term Ecological Research. Oxford University Press, New York, New York, USA.

  • Lajtha, K., W. M. Jarrell, D. W. Johnson, and P. Sollins. 1999. Collection of soil solution. Pages 166-184 in G. P. Robertson, D. C. Coleman, C. S. Bledsoe, and P. Sollins, eds. Standard Soil Methods for Long-term Ecological Research. Oxford University Press, New York, New York, USA.

  • Landis, D. A. and P. C. Marino. 1999. Conserving parasitoid communities of native pests: Implications for agricultural landscape structure. Pages 38-51 in L. Charlet and G. Brewer, eds. Biological Control of Native of Indegenous Pests. Proceedings Thomas Say Publications in Entomology.. Entomoligical Society of America, Lanham, Maryland.

  • Landis, D. and P. Marino. 1999. Landscape structure and extra-field processes: Impact on management of pests and beneficials. Pages 79-104 in J. Ruberson, ed. Handbook of Pest Management. Marcel Dekker, New York, New York, USA.

  • Martinelli, L. A., M. C. Piccolo, A. R. Townsend, P. M. Vitousek, E. Cuevas, W. McDowell, G. P. Robertson, O. C. Santos, and K. Treseder. 1999. Nitrogen stable isotopic composition of leaves and soil: tropical versus temperate forests. 10.1023/A:1006100128782 46:45-65.

  • Menalled, F. D., P. C. Marino, S. H. Gage, and D. A. Landis. 1999. Does agricultural landscape structure affect parasitism and parasitoid diversity? Ecological Applications 9:634-641.

  • Myrold, D. D., R. Reuss, and M. J. Klug. 1999. Dinitrogen fixation. Pages 241-257 in G. P. Robertson, C. S. Bledsoe, D. C. Coleman, and P. Sollins, eds. Standard Soil Methods for Long-Term Ecological Research. Oxford University Press, New York, New York, USA.

  • Paul, E. A., D. Harris, H. P. Collins, U. Schulthess, and G. P. Robertson. 1999. Evolution of CO2 and soil carbon dynamics in biologically managed, row-crop agroecosystems. Applied Soil Ecology 11:53-65.

  • Paul, E. A., D. Harris, M. Klug, and R. Ruess. 1999. The determination of microbial biomass. Pages 291-317 in G. P. Robertson, C. S. Bledsoe, D. C. Coleman, and P. Sollins, eds. Standard Soil Methods for Long-Term Ecological Research. Oxford University Press, New York, New York, USA.

  • Rasse, D. P., J. T. Ritchie, W. R. Peterson, T. L. Loudon, and E. C. Martin. 1999. Nitrogen management impacts on yield and nitrate leaching in inbred maize systems. Journal of Environmental Quality 28:1365-1371.

  • Rasse, D. P., A. J. Smucker, and O. Schabenberger. 1999. Modifications of soil nitrogen pools in response to alfalfa root systems and shoot mulch. Agronomy Journal 91:471-477.

  • Rasse, D. P. and A. J. Smucker. 1999. Tillage effects on soil nitrogen and plant biomass in a corn-alfalfa rotation. Journal of Environmental Quality 28:873-880.

  • Ritchie, J. T., A. Gerakis, and A. Suleiman. 1999. Simple model to estimate field-measured soil water limits. Transactions of the ASABE 42:1609-1614.

  • Robertson, G. P., D. C. Coleman, C. S. Bledsoe, and P. Sollins. 1999. Standard Soil Methods for Long-Term Ecological Research. Oxford University Press, New York, New York, USA

  • Robertson, G. P., P. Sollins, B. G. Ellis, and K. Lajtha. 1999. Exchangeable ions, pH, and cation exchange capacity. Pages 106-114 in G. P. Robertson, C. S. Bledsoe, D. C. Coleman, and P. Sollins, eds. Standard Soil Methods for Long-Term Ecological Research. Oxford University Press, New York, New York.

  • Robertson, G. P., D. A. Wedin, P. M. Groffman, J. M. Blair, E. Holland, D. Harris, and K. Nadelhoffer. 1999. Soil carbon and nitrogen availability: nitrogen mineralization, nitrification, and soil respiration potentials. Pages 258-271 in G. P. Robertson, C. S. Bledsoe, D. C. Coleman, and P. Sollins, eds. Standard Soil Methods for Long-Term Ecological Research. Oxford University Press, New York, New York.

  • Robertson, G. P. 1999. Keeping track of carbon (Letter). Science 285:1849.

  • Scriber, J. M., K. Weir, D. Parry, and J. Deering. 1999. Using hybrid and backcross larvae of Papilio canadensis and Papilio glaucus to detect induced phytochemical resistance in hybrid poplar trees experimentally defoliated by gypsy moths. Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata 91:233-236.

  • Sharov, A., B. C. Pijanowski, A. Liebold, and S. H. Gage. 1999. What affects the rate of gypsy moth (Lepidoptera: Lymantriidae) spread in Michigan: Winter temperature or forest susceptibility? Agriculture and Forest Entomology 1:37-45.

  • Sinsabaugh, R. L., M. J. Klug, H. P. Collins, P. E. Yeager, and S. O. Peterson. 1999. Characterizing soil microbial communities. Pages 318-348 in G. P. Robertson, C. S. Bledsoe, D. C. Coleman, and P. Sollins, eds. Standard Soil Methods for Long-Term Ecological Research. Oxford University Press, New York, New York.

  • Six, J., E. T. Elliott, and K. Paustian. 1999. Aggregate and soil organic matter dynamics under conventional and no-tillage systems. Soil Science Society of America Journal 63:1350-1358.

  • Sollins, P., C. Glassman, E. A. Paul, C. Swanston, K. Lajtha, J. Heil, and T. E. Elliott. 1999. Soil carbon and nitrogen pools and fractions. Pages 89-105 in G. P. Robertson, C. S. Bledsoe, D. C. Coleman, and P. Sollins, eds. Standard Soil Methods for Long-Term Ecological Research. Oxford University Press, New York, New York.

  • Tiedje, J. M., S. Asuming-Brempong, K. Nuesslein, T. L. Marsh, and S. J. Flynn. 1999. Opening the black box of soil microbial diversity. Applied Soil Ecology 13:109-122.

  • 1998

    Ambus, P. and G. P. Robertson. 1998. Automated near-continuous measurement of carbon dioxide and nitrous oxide fluxes from soil. Soil Science Society of America Journal 62:394-400.

  • Berney, M. F. and G. W. Bird. 1998. Nematodes. Pages 71-79 in Michigan Field Crop Ecology. .

  • Bird, G. W., M. F. Berney, and M. A. Cavigelli. 1998. Soil ecology. Pages 12-16 in Michigan Field Crop Ecology. Michigan State University Extension Bulletin E-2646, East Lansing, Michigan, USA.

  • Bird, G. W. and M. F. Berney. 1998. Pest ecology and management. Pages 54-58 in Michigan Field Crop Ecology. Michigan State University Extension Bulletin E-2646, East Lansing, Michigan, USA.

  • Bruns, M. A., M. R. Fries, J. M. Tiedje, and E. A. Paul. 1998. Functional gene hybridization patterns of terrestrial ammonia-oxidizing bacteria. Microbial Ecology 36:293-302.

  • Buckley, D. H., J. R. Graber, and T. M. Schmidt. 1998. Phylogenetic analysis of nonthermophilic members of the Kingdom Crenarchaeota and their diversity and abundance in soils. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 64:4333-4339.

  • Cavigelli, M. A. 1998. Carbon and nitrogen. Pages 17-43 in Michigan Field Crop Ecology: Managing Biological Processes for Productivity and Environmental Quality. Michigan State University Extension Bulletin E-2704, East Lansing, MI.

  • Cavigelli, M. A., S. R. Deming, L. K. Probyn, and R. R. Harwood. 1998. Michigan Field Crop Ecology: Managing Biological Processes for Productivity and Environmental Quality. Page 92Michigan State University Extension Bulletin E-2646, East Lansing, Michigan, USA

  • Cavigelli, M. 1998. Ecosystem consequences and spatial distribution of soil microbial community structure. Dissertation, Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan, USA.

  • Colunga-Garcia, M., S. H. Gage, and L. E. Dyer. 1998. The insect community. Pages 59-70 in Michigan Field Crop Ecology: Managing Biological Processes for Productivity and Environmental Quality. Michigan State University Extension Bulletin E-2646, East Lansing, Michigan, USA.

  • Colunga-Garcia, M. and S. H. Gage. 1998. Arrival, establishment, and habitat use of the multicolored Asian lady beetle Harmonia axyridis (Pallas) (Coleoptera) in a Michigan landscape. Environmental Entomology 27:1574-1580.

  • Corbett, A. L. 1998. Root responses to nutrient heterogeneity: A comparison of dominant and subordinate species from old fields. Dissertation, Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan, USA.

  • Foster, B. L. and K. L. Gross. 1998. Species richness in a successional grassland: Effects of nitrogen enrichment and plant litter. Ecology 79:2593-2602.

  • Gomez, P. and J. Gurevitch. 1998. Weed community responses in a corn-soybean intercrop. Applied Vegetation Science 1:281-288.

  • Haas, L. and J. M. Scriber. 1998. Phylloplane sterilization with bleach does not reduce BTK toxicity for Papilio glaucus larvae (Lepidoptera: Papilionidae). The Great Lakes Entomologist 31:49-57.

  • Hedin, L. O., J. C. von Fischer, N. E. Ostrom, M. G. Brown, and G. P. Robertson. 1998. Thermodynamic constraints on nitrogen transformations and other biogeochemical processes at soil-stream interfaces. Ecology 79:684-703.

  • Huberty, L. E., K. L. Gross, and C. J. Miller. 1998. Effects of nitrogen addition on successional dynamics and species diversity in Michigan old-fields. Journal of Ecology 86:794-803.

  • Jones, M. E., R. R. Harwood, N. C. Dehne, J. Smeenk, and E. Parker. 1998. Enhancing soil nitrogen mineralization and corn yield with overseeded cover crops. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation 53:245-249.

  • Kellndorfer, J. M., L. E. Pierce, M. C. Dobson, and F. T. Ulaby. 1998. Toward consistent regional-to-global-scale vegetation characterization using orbital SAR systems. IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing 36:1396-1411.

  • Kemner, K. M., W. Yun, Z. Cai, B. Lai, H. R. Lee, D. G. Lengnini, W. Rodriguez, J. Jastrow, R. M. Miller, S. T. Pratt, M. A. Schnnegurt, C. F. Kulpa, and A. J. Smucker. 1998. Using X-ray microprobes for environmental research. Proceedings of the International Society for Optical Engineering 3449:45-54.

  • Landis, D. A. and F. D. Menalled. 1998. Ecological considerations in conservation of parasitoids in agricultural landscapes. Pages 101-121 in P. Barbosa, ed. Conservation Biological Control. Academic Press, San Diego, CA.

  • Lele, S., M. Taper, and S. H. Gage. 1998. Statistical analysis of population dynamics in space and time using estimating functions. Ecology 79:1489-1502.

  • Marino, P. C. and K. L. Gross. 1998. Competitive effects of conspecific and herbaceous (weeds) plants on growth and branch architecture of Populus x euramericana cv. Eugenei. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 28:359-367.

  • Ostrom, N. E., K. E. Knoke, L. O. Hedin, G. P. Robertson, and A. J. Smucker. 1998. Temporal trends in nitrogen isotope values of nitrate leaching from an agricultural soil. Chemical Geology 146:219-227.

  • Rasse, D. P. and A. J. Smucker. 1998. Root recolonization of previous root channels in corn and alfalfa rotations. Plant and Soil 204:203-212.

  • Robertson, G. P. 1998. Field crop ecosystems. Pages 1-16 in Michigan Field Crop Ecology: Managing Biological Processes for Productivity and Environmental Quality. Michigan State University Extension Bulletin E-2646, East Lansing, Michigan, USA.

  • Robertson, G. P. and E. A. Paul. 1998. Ecological research in agricultural ecosystems: contributions to ecosystem science and to the management of agronomic resources. Pages 142-164 in M. L. Pace and P. M. Groffman, eds. Successes, Limitations and Frontiers in Ecosystem Science. Springer-Verlag, New York, New York, USA.

  • Santos, D. 1998. Contributions of roots and organic mater to soil aggregate stabilization. Ph.D. Dissertation, Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan, USA.

  • Sippel, S. J. and S. K. Hamilton. 1998. Four-township water atlas: A guide to the water resources in the townships of Barry and Prairieville (Barry County) and Richland and Ross (Kalamazoo County). Page 58Four-Township Water Resources Council, Inc., Richland, Michigan, USA

  • Stornaiuolo, S., B. Basso, and J. T. Ritchie. 1998. Influence of nitrogen fertilization on nitrate concentration in maize plants. Rivista Agronomia 32:155-160.

  • Willson, T. 1998. Managing nitrogen mineralization and biologically active organic matter fractions in agricultural soils. Ph.D. Dissertation, Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan, USA.

  • Yang, D., B. C. Pijanowski, and S. H. Gage. 1998. Analysis of gypsy moth (Lepidoptera: Lymantriidae) population dynamics in Michigan using geographic information systems. Environmental Entomology 27:842-852.

  • 1997

    Calderon, F. 1997. Lipids: Their value as molecular markers and their role in the carbon cycle of arbuscular mycorrihizae. Dissertation, Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan, USA.

  • Clark, M. S., S. H. Gage, and J. R. Spence. 1997. Habitats and management associated with common ground beetles Coleoptera: Carabidae in a Michigan agricultural landscape. Environmental Entomology 26:519-527.

  • Collins, H. P., E. A. Paul, K. Paustian, and E. T. Elliott. 1997. Characterization of soil organic carbon relative to its stability and turnover. Pages 51-72 in E. A. Paul, K. Paustian, E. T. Elliott, and C. V. Cole, eds. Soil Organic Matter in Temperate Agroecosystems: Long-Term Experiments in North America. CRC Lewis Publishers, Inc., Boca Raton, Florida, USA.

  • Colunga-Garcia, M., S. H. Gage, and D. A. Landis. 1997. Response of an assemblage of Coccinellidae Coleoptera to a diverse agricultural landscape. Environmental Entomology 26:797-804.

  • Dankert, B. A., D. A. Herms, D. Parry, A. J. Scriber, and L. A. Haas. 1997. Mediation of interspecific competition between folivores through defoliation-induced changes in host quality. Pages 71-88 in A. Raman, ed. Ecology and Evolution of Plant-Feeding Insects in Natural and Man-Made Environments. Backhus, Leiden, The Netherlands.

  • Foster, B. L. and K. L. Gross. 1997. Partitioning the effects of plant biomass and litter on Andropogon gerardi in old-field vegetation. Ecology 78:2091-2104.

  • Foster, B. 1997. Plant competition and diversity in relation to productivity in old-field plant communities. Dissertation, Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan, USA.

  • Harris, D., R. P. Voroney, and E. A. Paul. 1997. Measurement of microbial biomass N:C by chloroform fumigation-incubation. Canadian Journal of Soil Science 77:507-514.

  • Johnson, L. B. and S. H. Gage. 1997. Landscape approaches to the analysis of aquatic ecosystems. Freshwater Biology 37:113-132.

  • Knoke, K. E. 1997. Assessment of the origin and fate of nitrate from soil lysimeters using stable nitrogen isotopes. Thesis, Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan, USA.

  • Leavitt, S. W., E. A. Paul, E. Pendall, P. J. Pinter, and B. A. Kimball. 1997. Field variability of carbon isotopes in soil organic carbon. Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research Section B 123:451-454.

  • Marino, P. C., K. L. Gross, and D. A. Landis. 1997. Weed seed loss due to predation in Michigan maize fields. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment 66:189-196.

  • Ostrom, P. H., M. Colunga-Garcia, and S. H. Gage. 1997. Establishing pathways of energy flow for insect predators using stable isotope ratios: field and laboratory evidence. Oecologia 109:108-113.

  • Paul, E. A., K. Paustian, E. T. Elliott, C. V. Cole, and eds. 1997. Soil Organic Matter in Temperate Ecosystems: Long-Term Experiments in North America. Lewis CRC Publishers, Boca Raton, Florida, USA

  • Paul, E. A., K. Paustian, E. T. Elliott, and C. V. Cole. 1997. Soil Organic Matter in Temperate Ecosystems: Long-Term Experiments in North America. CRC Press, Boca Raton, Florida, USA

  • Paul, E. A. and H. P. Collins. 1997. The characteristics of soil organic matter relative to nutrient cycling. Pages 181-197 in R. Lal, W. H. Blum, and C. Valentine, eds. Methods for Assessment of Soil Degradation. CRC Press, Boca Raton, Florida, USA.

  • Paustian, K., G. I. Agren, and E. Bosatta. 1997. Modeling litter quality effects on decompostion and soil organic matter dynamics. Pages 313-336 in G. Cadisch and K. E. Giller, eds. Driven by Nature: Plant Litter Quality and Decompostion. CAB International, Wallingford, UK.

  • Paustian, K., E. Levine, W. M. Post, and I. M. Ryzhova. 1997. The use of models to integrate information and understanding of soil C at the regional scale. Geoderma 79:227-260.

  • Paustian, K., H. P. Collins, and E. A. Paul. 1997. Management controls on soil carbon. Pages 15-49 in E. A. Paul, K. Paustian, E. T. Elliott, and C. V. Cole, eds. Soil Organic Matter in Temperate Agroecosystems: Long-Term Experiments in North America. CRC Press, Boca Raton, Florida, USA.

  • Rasse, D. P. 1997. Alfalfa and corn root modifications of soil nitrogen flux and retention. Dissertation, Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan, USA.

  • Rettig, J. E., R. C. Fuller, A. L. Corbett, and T. Getty. 1997. Fluctuating asymmetry indicates levels of competition in an even-aged poplar clone. Oikos 80:123-127.

  • Robertson, G. P., K. M. Klingensmith, M. J. Klug, E. A. Paul, J. R. Crum, and B. G. Ellis. 1997. Soil resources, microbial activity, and primary production across an agricultural ecosystem. Ecological Applications 7:158-170.

  • Robertson, G. P. 1997. Nitrogen use efficiency in row-crop agriculture: crop nitrogen use and soil nitrogen loss. Pages 347-365 in L. Jackson, ed. Ecology in Agriculture. Academic Press, New York City, New York, USA.

  • Santos, D., S. L. Murphy, H. Taubner, A. J. Smucker, and R. Horn. 1997. Uniform separation of concentric surface layers from soil aggregates. Soil Science Society America Journal 61:720-724.

  • Sissoko, F. 1997. Enhancement of soil aggregation by the combined influences of soil wetting and drying and root-microbial associations. Thesis, Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan, USA.

  • Smucker, A. J., D. Santos, and Y. Kavdir. 1997. Concentric layering of carbon, nitrogen and clay within soil aggregates from tilled and non-tilled agroecosystems. Pages 129-140 in J. Caron, D. A. Angers, and G. C. Topp, eds. Third Eastern Canada Soil Structure Workshop Proceedings. Universite Laval, Sainte-foy, Quebec, Canada.

  • 1996

    Aiken, R. M. and A. J. Smucker. 1996. Root system regulation of whole plant growth. Annual Review Phytopathology 34:325-347.

  • Bruns, M. 1996. Nucleic acid probe analysis of autotrophic ammonia-oxidizer populations in soils. Dissertation, Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan, USA.

  • Colunga-Garcia, M. 1996. Interactions between landscape structure and ladybird beetles (Coleoptera: Coccinellidae) in field crop agroecosystems. Dissertation, Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan, USA.

  • Eash, N. S., P. D. Stahl, T. B. Parkin, and D. L. Karlen. 1996. A simplified method for extraction of ergosterol from soil. Soil Science Society of America Journal 60:468-471.

  • Gross, K. L. and C. E. Pake. 1996. Recommendations and executive summary of the ESA committee on the future of long-term ecological data (FLED). Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America 77:192-196.

  • Horwath, W. R., E. A. Paul, D. Harris, J. Norton, L. Jagger, and K. A. Horton. 1996. Defining a realistic control for the chloroform fumigation incubation method using microscopic counting and 14C substrates. Canadian Journal of Soil Science 76:459-467.

  • Marino, P. C. and D. A. Landis. 1996. Effect of landscape structure on parasitoid diversity and parasitism in agroecosystems. Ecological Applications 6:276-284.

  • Roda, A. 1996. Effects of growing alfalfa with perennial grasses upon potato leafhopper Homoptera Cicadellidae and alfalfa weevils Coleoptera Curculionidae. Thesis, Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan, USA.

  • Stahl, P. D. and T. B. Parkin. 1996. Relationship of soil ergosterol content and fungal biomass. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 28:847-855.

  • Stahl, P. D. and M. J. Klug. 1996. Characterization and differentiation of filamentous fungi based on fatty acid composition. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 62:4136-4146.

  • Thorn, R. G., C. A. Reddy, D. Harris, and E. A. Paul. 1996. Isolation of saprophytic basidiomycetes from soil. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 62:4288-4292.

  • 1995

    Cavigelli, M. A., G. P. Robertson, and M. J. Klug. 1995. Fatty acid methyl ester (FAME) profiles as measures of soil microbial community structure. Plant and Soil 170:99-113.

  • Collins, H. P., G. P. Robertson, and M. J. Klug. 1995. The Significance and Regulation of Soil Biodiversity. in H. P. Collins, G. P. Robertson, and M. J. Klug, eds. Kluwer Academic Press, Dordrecht, The Netherlands

  • Gross, K. L., K. S. Pregitzer, and A. J. Burton. 1995. Spatial variation in nitrogen availability in three successional plant communities. Journal of Ecology 83:357-367.

  • Gross, K. L. and C. E. Pake. 1995. Final Report of the Ecological Society of America Committee on the Future of Long-term Ecological Data (FLED). Volume II: Directories to Sources of Long-Term Ecological Data. Ecological Society of America, Washington, D.C., USA.

  • Haack, S. K., H. Garchow, M. J. Klug, and L. J. Forney. 1995. Analysis of factors affecting the accuracy, reproducibility, and interpretation of microbial community carbon source utilization patterns. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 61:1458-1468.

  • Huang, B. 1995. Tillage modifications of root and shoot growth responses to soil water content and nitrogen concentration altered by seasons. Ph.D. Dissertation, Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan, USA.

  • Ka, J. O., P. Burauel, J. A. Bronson, W. E. Holben, and J. M. Tiedje. 1995. DNA probe analysis of microbial community selected in field by long-term 2,4-D application. Soil Science Society of America Journal 59:1581-1587.

  • Leavitt, S. W., E. A. Paul, A. Galadima, F. S. Nakayama, S. R. Danzer, H. Johnson, and B. A. Kimball. 1995. Carbon isotopes and carbon turnover in cotton and wheat FACE experiments. Plant and Soil 187:147-155.

  • Paul, E. A., W. R. Horwath, D. Harris, R. Follett, S. W. Leavitt, and B. A. Kimball. 1995. Establishing the pool sizes and fluxes in CO2 emissions from soil organic matter turnover. Pages 297-305 in R. Lal, ed. Soils and Global Change. Lewis Publishers, Boca Raton.

  • Paustian, K., E. T. Elliot, H. P. Collins, C. V. Cole, and E. A. Paul. 1995. Use of a network of long-term experiments for analysis of soil carbon dynamics and global change: the North American model. Australian Journal of Experimental Agriculture 35:929-939.

  • Paustian, K., G. P. Robertson, and E. T. Elliott. 1995. Management impacts on carbon storage and gas fluxes (CO2, CH4) in mid-latitude cropland ecosystems. Pages 69-84 in R. Lal, J. M. Kimble, E. Levine, and B. A. Stewart, eds. Soil Management and the Greenhouse Effect, Advances in Soil Science. CRC Press, Boca Raton, Florida, USA.

  • Pietola, L. M. and A. J. Smucker. 1995. Fine root dynamics of alfalfa after multiple cuttings and during a late invasion by weeds. Agronomy Journal 87:1161-1169.

  • Robertson, G. P. and D. W. Freckman. 1995. The spatial distribution of nematode trophic groups across a cultivated ecosystem. Ecology 76:1425-1432.

  • Scriber, J. M., Y. Tsubaki, and R. C. Lederhouse. 1995. The Swallowtail Butterflies: Their Ecology and Evolutionary Biology.

  • Scriber, J. M. and S. Gage. 1995. Pollution and climate global change: plant ecotones, butterfly hybrid zones and changes in biodiversity. Pages 319-344 in J. M. Scriber, Y. Tsubaki, and R. C. Lederhouse, eds. The Swallowtail Butterflies: Their Ecology and Evolutionary Biology. Scientific Publishers, Gainsville, Florida, USA.

  • 1994

    Daroub, S. 1994. The effect of tillage on phosphorus transformations in soils. Dissertation, Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan, USA.

  • Elliott, E. T., K. Paustian, H. P. Collins, E. A. Paul, C. V. Cole, I. C. Burke, R. L. Blevins, D. J. Lyon, W. W. Frye, A. D. Halvorson, D. R. Huggins, R. F. Turco, M. Hickman, C. A. Monz, and S. D. Frey. 1994. Terrestrial carbon pools: preliminary data from the Corn Belt and Great Plains regions. Pages 179-191Defining Soil Quality for a Sustainable Environment. Soil Science Society of America, Special publication number 35, Madison, WI

  • Haack, S. K., H. Garchow, D. A. Odelson, L. J. Forney, and M. J. Klug. 1994. Accuracy, reproducibility and interpretation of fatty acid methyl ester profiles of model bacterial communities. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 60:2483-2493.

  • Harris, D. 1994. Analyses of DNA extracted from microbial communities. Pages 111-118 in K. Ritz, J. Dighton, and K. Giller, eds. Beyond the Biomass. John Wiley & Sons, Chichester, England.

  • Harris, G. H., O. B. Hesterman, E. A. Paul, S. E. Peters, and R. R. Janke. 1994. Fate of legume and fertilizer 15N in a long-term cropping systems experiment. Agronomy Journal 86:910-915.

  • Harris, D. and E. A. Paul. 1994. Measurement of microbial growth rates in soil. Applied Soil Ecology 1:277-290.

  • Holben, W. E. 1994. Isolation and purification of bacterial DNA from soil. Pages 727-751 in R. Weaver, P. Bottomly, and S. Angle, eds. Methods of Soil Analysis Part 2. Microbiological and Biochemical Properties. Soil Science Society of America, Madison, Wisconsin, USA.

  • Horwath, W. R. and E. A. Paul. 1994. Microbial biomass. Pages 753-774 in R. W. Weaver, J. S. Angle, P. J. Bottomley, D. F. Bezdicek, M. S. Smith, M. A. Tabatabai, and A. G. Wollum, eds. Methods of Soil Analysis Part 2-Microbiological and Biochemical Properties. Soil Science Society of America, Madison, Wisconsin, USA.

  • Horwath, W. R., K. S. Pregitzer, and E. A. Paul. 1994. 14C allocation in tree soil-systems. Tree Physiology 14:1163-1176.

  • Huberty, L. 1994. Dominance, diversity, and resource competition in old-field plant communities. Dissertation, Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan, USA.

  • Johnson, K. and J. M. Scriber. 1994. Geographic variation in plant allelochemicals of significance to insect herbivores. Pages 7-31 in T. N. Ananthakrishnan, ed. Functional Dynamics of Phytophagous Insects. Science Publishers, Lebanon, New Hampshire, USA.

  • Ka, J. O., W. E. Holben, and J. M. Tiedje. 1994. Integration and excision of a 2,4-dichlorophenoxyacetate acid-degradative plasmid in Alcaligenes paradoxus and evidence of its natural intergeneric transfer. Journal Bacteriology 176:5284-5289.

  • Ka, J. O., W. E. Holben, and J. M. Tiedje. 1994. Use of gene probes to aid recovery and identification of functionally dominant 2,4-dichlorophenoxyacetic acid-degrading populations in soil. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 60:1116-1120.

  • Ka, J. O., W. E. Holben, and J. M. Tiedje. 1994. Analysis of competition in soil among 2,4-dichlorophenoxyacetic acid-degrading bacteria. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 60:1121-1128.

  • Ka, J. O., W. E. Holben, and J. M. Tiedje. 1994. Genetic and phenotypic diversity of 2,4-dichlorophenoxyacetic acid (2,4-D)-degrading bacteria isolated from 2,4-D-treated field soils. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 60:1106-1115.

  • Petersen, S. O. and M. J. Klug. 1994. Effects of sieving, storage and incubation temperature on the phospholipid fatty acid profile of a soil microbial community. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 60:2421-2430.

  • Robertson, G. P. 1994. The impact of soil and crop management practices on soil spatial heterogeneity. Pages 156-161 in C. E. Pankhurse, B. M. Doube, V. V. Gupta, and P. R. Grace, eds. Soil Biota Management in Sustainable Farming Systems. CSIRO, East Melbourne, Australia.

  • Robertson, G. P. and K. L. Gross. 1994. Assessing the heterogeneity of below-ground resources: Quantifying pattern and scale. Pages 237-253 in M. M. Caldwell and R. W. Pearcy, eds. Plant Exploitation of Environmental Heterogeneity. Academic Press, New York, New York, USA.

  • Rosek, M. 1994. Spatial and temporal soil water content changes within a sloping landscape. Dissertation, Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan, USA.

  • Scriber, J. M. 1994. Climatic legacies and sex chromosomes: latitudinal patterns of voltinism, diapause, size, and host-plant selection in two species of swallowtail butterflies at their hybrid zone. Pages 133-171 in H. V. Danks, ed. Insect Life-Cycle Polymorphism: Theory, Evolution and Ecological Consequences for Seasonality and Diapause Control. Kluwer Academic, Dordrecht, Netherlands.

  • Smith, K. A., G. P. Robertson, and J. Melillo. 1994. Exchange of trace gases between the terrestrial biosphere and the atmosphere in the midlatitudes. Pages 179-203 in R. G. Prinn, ed. Global Atmospheric-Biospheric Chemistry. Plenum Press, New York, New York.

  • 1993

    Freckman, D. W. and C. H. Ettema. 1993. Assessing nematode communities in agroecosystems of varying human intervention. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment 45:239-261.

  • Gross, K. L., A. Peters, and K. S. Pregitzer. 1993. Fine root growth and demographic responses to nutrient patches in four old-field plant species. Oecologia 95:61-64.

  • Harris, G. 1993. Nitrogen cycling in animal-, legume- and fertilizer-based cropping systems. Ph.D. Dissertation, Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan, USA.

  • Horwath, W. 1993. The dynamics of carbon, nitrogen, and soil organic matter in Populus plantations. Ph.D. Dissertation, Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan, USA.

  • Klug, M. J. and J. M. Tiedje. 1993. Response of microbial communities to changing environmental conditions: chemical and physiological approaches. Pages 371-374 in R. Guerrero and C. Pedros-Alio, eds. Trends in Microbial Ecology. Spanish Society for Microbiology, Barcelona, Spain.

  • Mokma, D. L. and J. A. Doolittle. 1993. Mapping some loamy alfisols in southwestern Michigan using ground-penetrating radar. Soil Survey Horizons 34:71-77.

  • Mokma, D. L. and J. A. Doolittle. 1993. Mapping soils and soil properties in southwest Michigan using ground-penetrating radar. Soil Survey Horizons 34:13-22.

  • Robertson, G. P. 1993. Fluxes of nitrous oxide and other nitrogen trace gases from intensively managed landscapes: A global perspective. Pages 95-108 in L. A. Harper, A. R. Mosier, J. M. Duxbury, and D. E. Rolston, eds. Agricultural Ecosystem Effects on Trace Gases and Global Climate Change. American Society of Agronomy, Madison, Wisconsin, USA.

  • Robertson, G. P. 1993. The sustainability of belowground resources in agricultural ecosystems. Bull Ecol Soc Am 74:413.

  • Robertson, G. P., J. R. Crum, and B. G. Ellis. 1993. The spatial variability of soil resources following long-term disturbance. Oecologia 96:451-456.

  • Smucker, A. J. 1993. Soil environmental modifications of root dynamics and measurement. Annual Review Phytopathology 31:191-216.

  • 1992

    Aiken, R. M. 1992. Functional relations of root distributions with the flux and uptake of water and nitrate. Dissertation , Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan, USA.

  • Burbank, D. H., K. S. Pregitzer, and K. L. Gross. 1992. Vegetation of the W.K. Kellogg Biological Station. MSU Agricultural Experiment Station Research Report 510. Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan, USA.

  • Foster, B. L. 1992. The role of land use history in structuring an old-field plant community. M.Sc. Thesis, Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan, USA..

  • Gross, K. L., D. Maruca, and K. S. Pregitzer. 1992. Seedling growth and root morphology of plants with different life histories. New Phytologist 120:535-542.

  • Holben, W. E., B. M. Schroeder, V. G. Calabrese, R. H. Olsen, J. K. Kukor, V. O. Biederbeck, A. E. Smith, and J. M. Tiedje. 1992. Gene probe analysis of soil microbial populations selected by amendment with 2,4-dichlorophenoxyacetic acid (2,4-D). Applied and Environmental Microbiology 58:3941-3948.

  • Horwath, W. R., E. A. Paul, and K. S. Pregitzer. 1992. Injection of nitrogen-15 into trees to study nitrogen cycling in soil. Soil Science Society of America Journal 56:316-319.

  • Maas, K. G. 1992. The effects of planting density and weed control on the partitioning of nitrogen and carbon in a hybrid poplar plantation. M.Sc. Thesis, Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan, USA.

  • Majdi, H., A. J. Smucker, and H. Persson. 1992. A comparison between minirhizotron and monolith sampling methods for measuring root growth of maize (Zea mays, L.). Plant and Soil 147:127-134.

  • Maredia, K. M., S. H. Gage, D. L. Landis, and T. M. Wirth. 1992. Ecological observations on predatory Coccinellidae Coleoptera in southwestern Michigan. Great Lakes Entomologist 25:265-270.

  • Maredia, K. M., S. H. Gage, D. A. Landis, and T. M. Wirth. 1992. Visual response of Cocinella septempunctata (L.), Hippodamia parenthesis (Say) (Coleoptera: Coccinellidae), and Chrysioerua carnea (Stephens) (Neruoptera: Chrysopidae) to colors. Biological Control 2:253-256.

  • Maredia, K. M., S. H. Gage, D. A. Landis, and M. J. Scriber. 1992. Habitat use patterns by the seven-spotted lady beetle (Coleoptera: coccinellidae) in a diverse agricultural landscape. Biological Control 2:159-165.

  • Paustian, K., W. J. Parton, and J. Persson. 1992. Modeling soil organic matter in organic-amended and nitrogen-fertilized long-term plots. Soil Science Society of America Journal 56:476-488.

  • Scriber, J. M., J. L. Bossart, and D. M. Snider. 1992. Diagnostic alleles from electrophoresis distinguish two noctuid pest species, Hydraecia immanis and H. micacea Lepidoptera: Noctuidae. Great Lakes Entomologist 25:91-98.

  • Smucker, A. J. and R. M. Aiken. 1992. Dynamic root responses to water deficits. Soil Science 154:281-289.

  • Sticklen, J. and R. Tufankji. 1992. Utilizing a functional approach for modeling biological systems. Mathematical and Computer Modeling 16:145-160.

  • 1991

    Burbank, D. H. 1991. Resource quality and recruitment of tree species in plantation forests of southwestern Michigan. Thesis, Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan, USA.

  • Harris, D. and E. A. Paul. 1991. Techniques for examining the carbon relationships of plant-microbial symbioses. Pages 39-52 in D. Coleman and B. Fry, eds. Carbon Isotope Techniques. Academic Press, New York, New York, USA.

  • Robertson, G. P. 1991. The KBS LTER Project. Pages 86-92 in Long-Term Ecological Research in the United States, 6th edition. LTER Network Office, Seattle, Washington.

  • Webber, P. J. 1991. The Long-Term Ecological Research programme of the United States - a guide for Northern Sciences Network ecological research. Pages 69-73 in UNESCO MAB Northern Sciences Network. Arctic Centre University of Lapland, Rovaneimi.

  • 1990

    Crum, J. R., G. P. Robertson, and F. Nurenberger. 1990. Long-term climate trends and agricultural productivity in Southwestern Michigan. Pages 53-58 in U.S. Department of Agriculture, U.S. Forest Service, Southeastern Forest Experiment Station, Asheville, North Carolina, USA.

  • Gross, K. L. 1990. A comparison of methods for estimating soil seed banks. Journal of Ecology 78:1079-1093.

  • Sirota, J. M. 1990. The temporal and spatial distribution and sex ratio of summer adults of the seven spotted ladybird beetle (Coccinella septempunctata L. Coleoptera: Coccinellidae) in alfalfa. Thesis, Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan, USA.

  • Smucker, A. J. 1990. Quantification of root dynamics in agroecological systems. Remote Sensing Reviews 5:237-248.

  • Snider, R. J., R. Snider, and A. J. Smucker. 1990. Collembolan populations and root dynamics in Michigan agroecosystems. Pages 168-191 in Rhizosphere Dynamics. American Society of Agronomy, Madison, Wisconsin, USA.

  • Wise, J. C. 1990. Local dispersal of the potato leafhopper Homoptera: Cicadellidae in response to alfalfa cutting. Thesis, Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan, USA..

  • 1989

    Gross, K. L. and K. A. Renner. 1989. A new method for estimating seed numbers in the soil. Weed Science 37:836-839.

  • Paul, E. A. and G. P. Robertson. 1989. Ecology and the agricultural sciences: a false dichotomy? Ecology 70:1594-1597.

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