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  • 2022

    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.

  • 2021

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

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 2019

    Finger, R., S. Swinton, N. El Benni, and A. Walter. 2019. Precision farming at the nexus of agricultural production and the environment. Annual Review of Resource Economics 11:313-335.

  • Razavi, B. S., X. Zhang, N. Bilyera, A. Guber, and M. Zarebanadkouki. 2019. Soil zymography: Simple and reliable? Review of current knowledge and optimization of the method. Rhizosphere 11:100161.

  • 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.

  • 2018

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

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

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

  • 2017

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

  • 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.

  • 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.

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

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

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 2016

    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.

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

  • 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.

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

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 2015

    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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 2014

    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.

  • 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.

  • 2013

    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.

  • Duke, C. S., R. V. Pouyat, G. P. Robertson, and W. J. Parton. 2013. Ecological dimensions of biofuels. Issues in Ecology 17:1-17. http://www.esa.org/esa/wp-content/uploads/2013/03/issue17.pdf

  • King, J. S., R. Ceulemans, J. M. Albaugh, S. Y. Dillen, J. Domec, R. Fichot, M. Fischer, Z. Leggett, E. Sucre, M. Trnka, and T. Zenone. 2013. The challenge of lignocellulosic bioenergy in a water-limited world. BioScience 63:102-117.

  • Lajtha, K. and J. Jones. 2013. Trends in cation, nitrogen, sulfate and hydrogen ion concentrations in precipitation in the United States and Europe from 1978 to 2010: A new look at an old problem. Biogeochemistry 116:303-334.

  • Robertson, G. P. and R. R. Harwood. 2013. Sustainable agriculture. Pages 111-118 in S. A. Levin, ed. Encyclopedia of Biodiversity, Second edition. Academic Press, Waltham, Massachusetts.

  • Robertson, G. P., T. W. Bruulsema, R. Gehl, D. Kanter, D. Mauserall, A. Rotz, and C. Williams. 2013. Nitrogen-climate interactions in US agriculture. Biogeochemistry 114:41-70.

  • 2012

    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.

  • 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.

  • 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, 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • Werling, B. P., D. Pennington, and D. A. Landis. 2012. Biodiversity services and bioenergy landscapes. MSU Extension Bulletin E-3164, Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan.

  • 2011

    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.

  • 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.

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

  • 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.

  • 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, 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.

  • 2010

    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.

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

  • 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/

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 2009

    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.

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

  • 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.

  • Searchinger, T. D., S. P. Hamburg, J. Melillo, W. L. Chameides, P. Havlik, D. M. Kammen, G. E. Likens, R. N. Lubowski, M. Obersteiner, M. Oppenheimer, G. P. Robertson, W. H. Schlesinger, and G. D. Tilman. 2009. Fixing a critical climate accounting error. Science 326:527-528.

  • Vitousek, P. M., R. Naylor, T. Crews, M. B. David, L. E. Drinkwater, E. Holland, P. J. Johnes, J. Katzenberger, L. A. Martinelli, P. A. Matson, G. Nziguheba, D. Ojima, C. A. Palm, G. P. Robertson, P. A. Sanchez, A. R. Townsend, and F. S. Zhang. 2009. Nutrient imbalances in agricultural development. Science 324:1519-1520.

  • 2008

    Andrén, O., H. Kirchmann, T. Kätterer, J. Magid, E. A. Paul, and D. C. Coleman. 2008. Visions of a more precise soil biology. European Journal of Soil Science 59:380-390.

  • Gil, I. S., W. Sheldon, T. M. Schmidt, M. Servilla, R. Aguilar, C. Gries, T. Gray, D. Field, J. J. Cole, J. Yun Pan, G. Palanisamy, D. L. Henshaw, M. O'Brien, L. L. Kinkel, K. McMahon, R. Kottmann, L. Armaral-Zettler, J. E. Hobbie, P. Goldstein, R. P. Guralnick, J. W. Brunt, and W. K. Michener. 2008. Defining linkages between the GSC and NSF's LTER program: How the ecological metadata language (EML) relates to GCDML and other outcomes. OMICS 12:151-156.

  • Grandy, A. S. and J. C. Neff. 2008. Molecular C dynamics downstream: The biochemical decomposition sequence and its impact on soil organic matter structure and function. Science of the Total Environment 404:297-307.

  • Mishra, R., R. Singh, K. Hemant, K. Jaiswal, M. Singh, Y. G. Yanni, and F. B. Dazzo. 2008. Rice-rhizobia association: Evolution of an alternate niche of beneficial plant-bacteria association. Pages 165-194 in I. Ahmad, J. Pichtel, and S. Hayat, eds. Plant-Bacteria Interactions: Strategies and Techniques to Promote Plant Growth. Wiley-VCH Verlag GmbH, Weinheim, Germany.

  • Robertson, G. P. 2008. Long-term ecological research: Re-inventing network science. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 6:281.

  • Robertson, G. P., V. G. Allen, G. Boody, E. R. Boose, N. G. Creamer, L. E. Drinkwater, J. R. Gosz, L. Lynch, J. L. Havlin, L. E. Jackson, S. T. Pickett, L. Pitelka, A. Randall, A. S. Reed, T. R. Seastedt, R. B. Waide, and D. H. Wall. 2008. Long-term agricultural research: A research, education, and extension imperative. BioScience 58:640-643.

  • Snapp, S. S. and B. Pound. 2008. Agricultural Systems: Agroecology and Rural Innovation for Development. Academic Press, Burlington, MA

  • Swinton, S. M. 2008. Reimagining farms as managed ecosystems. Choices 23:28-31.

  • 2007

    Drinkwater, L. E. and S. S. Snapp. 2007. Nutrients in agroecosystems: Rethinking the management paradigm. Advances in Agronomy 92:163-186.

  • Robertson, G. P. and P. Groffman. 2007. Nitrogen transformations. Pages 341-364 in E. A. Paul, ed. Soil Microbiology, Ecology, and Biochemistry. Elsevier Academic Press, Oxford, UK.

  • 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.

  • 2006

    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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 2005

    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.

  • 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.

  • 2004

    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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 2003

    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.

  • 2001

    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.

  • 2000

    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.

  • Gross, K. L. 2000. Ecological interactions in agricultural systems: Evaluating what we know and how to apply it. Environment and Agriculture: At the Crossroads of the New Millenium

  • 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.

  • 1999

    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.

  • 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

    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.

  • 1996

    Aiken, R. M. and A. J. Smucker. 1996. Root system regulation of whole plant growth. Annual Review Phytopathology 34:325-347.

  • 1995

    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.

  • 1993

    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.

  • 1989

    Paul, E. A. and G. P. Robertson. 1989. Ecology and the agricultural sciences: a false dichotomy? Ecology 70:1594-1597.

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