KBS LTER Publications

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  • 2023

    Haan, N. L. and D. A. Landis. 2023. Pest suppression potential varies across 10 bioenergy cropping systems. GCB Bioenergy doi: 10.1111/gcbb.13053

  • 2022

    Lei, C. 2022. The analysis of albedo on bioenergy crops: Assessment for climate and global warming impact. Dissertation, Michigan State University, East Lansing MI.

  • Menefee, D., R. L. Scott, M. Abraha, J. G. Alfieri, J. Baker, D. M. Browning, J. Chen, J. Gonetg, J. M. Johnson, G. R. Miller, R. Nifong, G. P. Robertson, E. S. Ressel, N. Saliendra, A. P. Schreiner-Mcgraw, A. E. Suyker, P. Wagle, C. Wente, P. M. White, and D. Smith. 2022. Agricultural and Forest Meterology 326:109154.

  • 2021

    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.

  • Hussain, M. Z., S. K. Hamilton, G. P. Robertson, and B. Basso. 2021. Data from: Phosphorus availability and leaching losses in annual and perennial cropping systems in an upper US Midwest landscape. Dryad, Dataset, https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.8sf7m0cpx .

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 2020

    Gelfand, I., S. K. Hamilton, A. N. Kravchenko, R. D. Jackson, K. D. Thelen, and G. P. Robertson. 2020. Empirical evidence for the potential climate benefits of decarbonizing light vehicle transport in the U.S. with bioenergy from purpose-grown biomass with and without BECCS. Environmental Science & Technology 54:2961-2974.

  • Gelfand, I., S. K. Hamilton, A. N. Kravchenko, R. D. Jackson, K. D. Thelen, and G. P. Robertson. 2020. Empirical evidence for the potential climate benefits of decarbonizing light vehicle transport in the U.S. with bioenergy from purpose-grown biomass with and without BECCS. Dryad, Dataset https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.44j0zpc8r.

  • Helms IV, J. A., S. E. Ijelu, B. D. Wills, D. A. Landis, and N. M. Haddad. 2020. Ant biodiversity and ecosystem services in bioenergy landscapes. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment 290:106780.

  • Myers, A. T., N. L. Haan, and D. A. Landis. 2020. Video surveillance reveals a community of largely nocturnal Danaus plexippus (L.) egg predators. Journal of Insect Conservation 24:731-737.

  • Wang, S., G. R. Sanford, G. P. Robertson, R. D. Jackson, and K. D. Thelen. 2020. Perennial bioenergy crop yield and quality response to nitrogen fertilization. BioEnergy Research 13:157-166.

  • 2019

    Duncan, D. S., L. G. Oates, I. Gelfand, N. Millar, G. P. Robertson, and R. D. Jackson. 2019. Environmental factors function as constraints on soil nitrous oxide fluxes in bioenergy feedstock cropping systems. Global Change Biology Bioenergy 11:416-426.

  • Hussain, M. Z., A. K. Bhardwaj, B. Basso, G. P. Robertson, and S. K. Hamilton. 2019. Nitrate leaching from continuous corn, perennial grasses, and poplar in the US Midwest. Journal of Environmental Quality 48:1849-1855.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 2018

    Hamilton, S. K., M. Z. Hussain, C. Lowrie, B. Basso, and G. P. Robertson. 2018. Data from: Evapotranspiration is resilient in the face of land cover and climate change in a humid temperate catchment. Dryad Digital Repository, https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.6fm52.

  • 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.

  • 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. and G. P. Robertson. 2018. Data from: Early accumulation of active fraction soil carbon in newly established cellulosic biofuel systems. Dryad Digital Repository. https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.7jq46.

  • 2017

    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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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

    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.

  • 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.

  • 2015

    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.

  • 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.

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