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GRACEnet publications: refereed manuscripts, books, book chapters, and proceedings.
(Updated as of August 22, 2012)

Abrahamson, D.A., Causarano, H.J., Williams, J.R., Norfleet, M.L., Franzluebbers, A.J. 2009. Predicting soil organic carbon sequestration in the southeastern United States with EPIC and the soil conditioning index. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation 64:134-144.

Abrahamson, D.A., M.L. Norfleet, H.J. Causarano, J.R. Williams, J.N. Shaw, and A.J. Franzluebbers. 2007. Effectiveness of the soil conditioning index as a carbon management tool in the southeastern USA based on comparison with EPIC. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation 62:94-102.

Acosta-Martínez V., Dowd S.E., Bell, C.W., Lascano R., Booker, J.D., Zobeck, T.M. and Upchurch, D.R.  Microbial Community Composition as Affected by Dryland Cropping Systems and Tillage in a Semiarid Sandy Soil. Diversity 2:910-931, 2010.

Acosta-Martínez, V., R. Lascano, Francisco Calderón, J. D. Booker, T.M. Zobeck, and D. R. Upchurch.  Dryland Cropping Systems Influence Microbial Biomass and Enzyme Activities in a Semiarid Sandy Soil Biology and Fertility of Soils. Biology and Fertility of Soils. DOI: 10.1007/s00374-011-0565-1. http://www.springerlink.com/content/q1102340312m2058/

Adler, P.R., S.J. Del Grosso, D. Inman, R.E. Jenkins, S. Spatari, and Y. Zhang. 2012. Mitigation Opportunities for Life-Cycle Greenhouse Gas Emissions during Feedstock Production across Heterogeneous Landscapes. pp. 203-219, In M. Liebig, A. Franzluebbers, and R. Follett (ed.), Managing Agricultural Greenhouse Gases: coordinated agricultural research through GRACEnet to address our changing climate, Academic Press.

Allen, L.H., Jr. 2007. Carbon balance of sugarcane agriculture on Histosols of the Everglades Agricultural Area:  Review, analysis, and global energy perspectives. Soil and Crop Science Society Florida Proceedings 66:7-14.

Allen, L.H., Jr., S.L. Albrecht, K.J. Boote, J.M.G. Thomas, Y.C. Newman, and K.W. Skirvin. 2006. Soil Organic Carbon and Nitrogen Accumulation in Plots of Rhizoma Perennial Peanut and Bahiagrass Grown in Elevated Carbon Dioxide and Temperature. J Environ Qual 35:1405-1412.

Alluvione, Francesco, Ardell D. Halvorson, and Stephen J. Del Grosso. 2009.    Nitrogen, tillage, and crop rotation effects on carbon dioxide and methane fluxes from irrigated cropping systems. J. Environ. Qual. 38:2023-2033.

Alluvione, Francesco, Chiara Bertoa, Laura Zavattaro, and Carlos Grignani. 2010. Nitrous oxide and carbon dioxide emissions following green manure and compost fertilization in corn. Soil Science Society of America Journal 74 (2):384-395.

Archer, D.W. and A.D. Halvorson. 2010. Greenhouse gas mitigation economics for irrigated cropping systems in Northeastern Colorado. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. 74:446-452.

Archer, D.W. and Ardell D. Halvorson.  2010.  Managing nitrogen fertilizer for economic returns and greenhouse gas reductions in irrigated cropping systems.  Better Crops 94(2):7-8.

Archer, D.W. and Ardell D. Halvorson.  2010. Greenhouse gas mitigation economics for irrigated cropping systems in northeastern Colorado. Soil Science Society of America Journal 74 (2):446-452.

Archer, D.W., A.D. Halvorson, and C.A. Reule.  2008.  Economics of Irrigated Continuous Corn under Conventional-Till and No-Till in Northern Colorado.   Agron. J. 100:1166-1172.

Archer, D.W., and A.D. Halvorson.  2008.  Achieving economic and greenhouse gas goals through tillage and N management.  In Proc. of 2008 Great Plains Soil Fertility Conference. Denver, CO, March 4-5, 2008.  Kansas State University, Manhattan and Potash and Phosphate Institute, Brookings, SD. 12:34-39.

Archer, D.W., and L.A. Kurkalova.  2012.  Economic outcomes of greenhouse gas mitigation options.  p. 411-422.  In Liebig, M.A., A.J. Franzluebbers, and R.F. Follett (Eds.) Managing agricultural greenhouse gases: Coordinated agricultural research through GRACEnet to address our changing climate.  Academic Press, San Diego, CA.  Log No. 266945.

Baker, J.M., and T.J. Griffis. 2005. Examining Strategies to Improve the Carbon Balance of Corn/Soybean Agriculture using eddy covariance and mass balance techniques. Agric. Forest Meteorol. 128:163-177.

Baker, J.M., T.E. Ochsner, R.T. Venterea, and T.J. Griffis. 2007. Tillage and carbon sequestration- What do we really know? Agric. Ecosyst. Environ.118:1-5.  

Baker, John M. and Ronald F. Follett.  2012.  Chapter 26.  Potential GRACEnet Linkages with Other Greenhouse Gas and Soil Carbon Research and Monitoring Programs.  Chapter 26.  pp. 457-466. In. M. Liebig, A. Franzluebbers, and R. Follett (eds.).  Managing agricultural greenhouse gases: Coordinated agricultural research through GRACEnet to address our changing climate.

Baumhardt, L., and J.M. Bell (eds.) 2006. USDA-ARS Conservation and Production Research, Laboratory Report No. 06-1, Bushland, TX. Proc. 28th Southern Conservation Systems Conference, June 26-28, 2006, Amarillo, TX.

Bavin, T., T. Griffis, J. Baker, R. Venterea. 2009. Impacts of land management on the greenhouse gas budget of two alternatively managed ecosystems. Agric. Ecosys. Environ. 134:234–242.

Bissey, L.L., J.L. Smith, and R. Watts. 2006. Soil organic matter-hydrogen peroxide dynamics in the treatment of contaminated soils and groundwater using catalyzed H2O2 propagations (modified Fenton’s reagent). Water Research 40:2477-2484.

Blanco-Canqui, H., M.M. Mikha, D. R. Presley and M. M. Claassen. 2011. Addition of Cover Crops Enhances No-Till Potential for Improving Soil Physical Properties, Soil Science Society of America Journal, 75: 1471-1482, doi:10.2136/sssaj2010.0430.

Burger, M. and R.T. Venterea. 2011. Effects of nitrogen fertilizer types on nitrous oxide emissions.  In, L. Guo et al. (eds.) Understanding Greenhouse Gas Emissions from Agricultural Management. ACS Symposium Series; American Chemical Society: Washington, DC, 2011.

Busscher, W.E., E. Kruger, J. Novak, and D. Kurtener. 2010. Ch 4. Evaluation of amendments to decrease high strength in southeastern USA Coastal Plain soils using fuzzy multi-attributive comparisons of alternatives. pp. 38-44. In Kurtener, D.A., Y.P. Yakushev, H.A. Torbert, S.A. Prior, and E. Krueger (eds.) Applications of Soft Computing in Agricultrual Field Experiments. Agrophysical research Inst. St. Petersburg, Russia.

Busscher, W.J. J.M. Novak, and M. Ahmedna. Biochar addition to a southeastern Coastal sand to decrease soil strength and improve soil quality. Proceedings of the 18th Triennial ISTRO Conference, Istanbul, Turkey. 2009. (CD-ROM).

Busscher, W.J., J.M. Novak, D.E. Evans, D.W. Watts, M.A.S. Niandou, M. Ahmedna. 2010. Influence of pecan biochar on physical properties of a Norfolk loamy sand. Soil Sci. 175(1):10-14.

Busscher, W.J., Novak, J.M. Ahmedna, M. 2011. Physical effects of organic matter amendment of a southeastern US Coastal Loamy sand. Soil Science. 176:661-667.

Calderón, F. J., Acosta-Martinez,V. Douds Jr., D. D., Reeves, III, J. B. and Vigil, M. Mid infrared and near infrared spectral properties of mycorrhizal and non-mycorrhizal axenic root cultures. J. Applied Spectroscopy. 63:494-500. 2009.

Cambardella, C.A., Johnson J.M.F., and Varvel, G.E. Soil Carbon Sequestration in Central USA Agroecosystems. In Liebig, M.A., A.J. Franzluebbers, and R.F. Follett (Eds.) Managing agricultural greenhouse gases: Coordinated agricultural research through GRACEnet to address our changing climate. Elsevier Publ., San Diego, CA. 2012. (book chapter)

Causarano, H.J., A.J. Franzluebbers, D.W. Reeves, and J.N. Shaw. 2006. Soil Organic Carbon Sequestration in Cotton Production Systems of the Southeastern United States: A Review. J Environ Qual 35:1374-1383.

Causarano, H.J., J.N. Shaw, A.J. Franzluebbers, D.W. Reeves, R.L. Raper, K.S. Balkcom, M.L. Norfleet, and R.C. Izaurralde. 2007. Simulating Field-Scale Soil Organic Carbon Dynamics Using EPIC. Soil Sci Soc Am J 71:1174-1185.

Cavigelli, M.A., M. Djurickovic, C. Rasmann, J.T. Spargo, S.B. Mirsky, J.E. Maul.  2009. Global warming potential of organic and conventional grain cropping systems in the mid-Atlantic region of the U.S. 2009 Farming Systems Design Proceedings, 23-26 August, Monterey, California, p. 51-52.

Cochran, R.L., H.P. Collins, A.C. Kennedy, and D.F. Bezdicek. 2006. Soil carbon pools and fluxes following land conversion in a semi-arid shrub-steppe ecosystem. Biol. Fertil. Soils. Published online ISSN 0178-2762 1432-0789 DOI 10.007/S00374-006-0126-1 189317  Biol. Fertil. Soils., Vol. 43:479-489

Collins, H.P., E. Rigam, and F.J. Pierce. 2005a. Spatial and seasonal patterns of C and N mineralization in an irrigated potato rotation ASA, SSSA, CSSA Vol. Agron. Absts. CD-ROM., Cincinnati, OH.

Collins, H.P., J.A. Delgado, A.K. Alva, and R.F. Follett. 2007. Use of Nitrogen-15 Isotopic Techniques to Estimate Nitrogen Cycling from a Mustard Cover Crop to Potatoes. Agron. J. 99:27-35.

Collins, H.P., Mikha, M.M., Brown, T.T., Smith, J.L., Huggins, D.R., Sainju, U.M. 2012. Increasing the sink: Agricultural management and soil carbon dynamics: Western U.S. Croplands. In: M.A. Liebig, A.J. Franzluebbers, and R.F. Follett, Eds. Managing Agricultural Greenhouse Gases. Coordinated Agricultural Research through GRACEnet to Address Our Changing Climate. Academic Press, Watham, MA,  pp. 59-77.

Collins, H.P., R. Boydston, A. Alva, F. Pierce, and P. Hamm. 2005b. Reduced Tillage in a Three Year Potato Rotation [Online] http://www.ars.usda.gov/pwa/prosser. .

Davis S.C., W.J. Parton, F.G. Dohleman, N.R. Gottel, C.M. Smith, S.J. Del Grosso, A.D. Kent, and E.H. DeLucia. 2010. Comparative biogeochemical cycles of bioenergycrops reveal nitrogen-fixation and low greenhouse gas emissions in a Miscanthus x giganteus agro-ecosystem. Ecosystems, 13: 144–156.

Davis, S.C., W.J. Parton, S.J. Del Grosso, C. Keough, E. Marx, P.R. Adler, E.H. DeLucia. 2012. Impact of second-generation biofuel agriculture on greenhouse gas emissions in the corn-growing regions of the US. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment, 10: 69–74, doi:10.1890/110003.

Decock, C., H. Chung, R.T. Venterea, A.D.B. Leakey and J. Six. 2012. Elevated CO2 and O3 modify N turnover rates, but not N2O emissions.  Soil Biology and Biochemistry, 51(1): 104-114.

Delgado, Jorge A. and Ronald F. Follett (eds).  2010.  Advances in Nitrogen Management for Water Quality.  Soil and Water Conservation Society.  Ankeny, IA.  424p.

Del Grosso, S.J. 2010. Grazing and nitrous oxide. Nature: 464, 843-844.

Del Grosso, S.J. and D.W. Grant. 2011. Reducing agricultural greenhouse gas emissions:   role of biotechnology, organic systems, and consumer behavior. Carbon Management, 2(5), 505–508. Log # 276475, submitted 08/01/2011, accepted, 08/10/2011, published 10/01/2011.

Del Grosso, S.J. and M.D. Eve (eds.) USDA. 2011. U.S. Agriculture and Forestry Greenhouse Gas Inventory: 1990-2008. Technical bulletin 1930. Office of the Chief Economist, U.S. Department of Agriculture, Washington, D.C. http://www.usda.gov/oce/climate_change/AFGGInventory1990_2008.htm.

Del Grosso, S.J., A.D. Halvorson, and W.J. Parton. 2008. Testing DAYCENT Model Simulations of Corn Yields and Nitrous Oxide Emissions in Irrigated Tillage Systems in Colorado. Journal of Environmental Quality, 37: 1383-1389.

Del Grosso, S.J., A.R. Mosier, W.J. Parton, and D.S. Ojima. 2005. DAYCENT model analysis of past and contemporary soil N2O and net greenhouse gas flux for major crops in the USA. Soil and Tillage Research 83:9-24.

Del Grosso, S.J., S.M. Ogle, W.J. Parton, F.J. Breidt. 2010. Estimating Uncertainty in N2O Emissions from US Cropland Soils, Global Biogeochemical Cycles, 24, GB1009, doi:10.1029/2009GB003544, accepted 09/30/09, pub. 03/08/10.

Del Grosso, S.J., W.J. Parton, A.R. Mosier, M.K. Walsh, D.S. Ojima, and P.E. Thornton. 2006. DAYCENT National-Scale Simulations of Nitrous Oxide Emissions from Cropped Soils in the United States. J Environ Qual 35:1451-1460.

Del Grosso, S.J., W.J. Parton, C.A. Keough, and M. Reyes-Fox. 2011. Special features of the DayCent modeling package and additional procedures for parameterization, calibration, validation, and applications, in Methods of Introducing System Models into Agricultural Research, L.R. Ahuja and Liwang Ma, editors, p. 155-176, American Society of Agronomy, Crop Science Society of America, Soil Science Society of America, Madison, WI. USA,

Del Grosso, S.J., W.J. Parton, P.R. Adler, Davis, S.C., C. Keough, E. Marx. 2012. DayCent model simulations for estimating soil carbon dynamics and greenhouse gas fluxes from agricultural production systems. In M. Liebig (Ed.) Managing agricultural greenhouse gases: Coordinated agricultural research through GRACEnet to address our changing climate, p. 241-250.

Dell, C.J. and J.M. Novak. 2012. Cropland Management in the Eastern United States for Improved Soil Organic Carbon Sequestration. pp. 23-40, In M. Liebig, A. Franzluebbers, and R. Follett (ed.), Managing Agricultural Greenhouse Gases: coordinated agricultural research through GRACEnet to address our changing climate, Academic Press.

Derner, J.D. and Schuman, G.E. Carbon sequestration and rangelands: a synthesis of land management and precipitation effects. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation 62:77-85. 2007.

Derner, J.D., G.E. Schuman, M. Jawson, S.R. Shafer, J.A. Morgan, H.W. Polley, G.B. Runion, S.A. Prior, H.A. Torbert, H.H. Rogers, J. Bunce, L. Ziska, J.W. White, A.J. Franzluebbers, J.D. Reeder, R.T. Venterea, and L.A. Harper. 2005. USDA-ARS global change research on rangelands and pasturelands. Rangelands 27:36-42.

Desutter, T.M., T.J. Sauer, T.B. Parkin, and J.L. Heitman. 2008. A subsurface, closed-loop system for soil carbon dioxide and its application to the gradient efflux approach.  Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. 72: 126-134.   #213084

Dijkstra FA, D Blumenthal, JA Morgan, DR LeCain, and RF Follett. 2010. Elevated CO2 effects on semiarid grassland plants in relation to water availability and competition. Functional Ecology 24: 1152-1161.

Dijkstra FA, JA Morgan, D Blumenthal, and RF Follett. 2010. Water limitation and plant inter-specific competition reduce rhizosphere-induced C decomposition and plant N uptake. Soil Biology and Biochemistry, 42:1073-1082.

Dijkstra FA, JA Morgan, DR LeCain, & RF Follett. 2010. Microbially mediated CH4 consumption and N2O emission is affected by elevated CO2, soil water content, and composition of semi-arid grassland species. Plant and Soil, 329:269-281.

Dijkstra, F. A., J. A. Morgan, J. C. von Fischer, and R. F. Follett (2011), Elevated CO2 and warming effects on CH4 uptake in a semiarid grassland below optimum soil moisture, J. Geophys. Res., 116, G01007, doi:10.1029/2010JG001288.

Dijkstra, F.A., D. Blumenthal, J.A. Morgan, E. Pendall, Y. Carrillo, and R.F. Follett. 2010. Contrasting effects of elevated CO2 and warming on nitrogen cycling in a semiarid grassland. New Phytologist 187: 426-437.

Dobermann, A., J. M. Baker and D. T. Walters. 2006. Comment on “Carbon budget of mature no-till ecosystem in North Central Region of the United States”.  Agric. Forest Meteorol. 136:83-84.

 Dolan, M. D., C.E. Clapp, R.R. Allmaras, J.M. Baker, and J.A.E. Molina.  2006.  Soil organic carbon and nitrogen in a Minnesota soil as related to nitrogen, tillage, and residue management.  Soil Tillage Res. 89:221-231. 

Doraiswamy, P.C., G.W. McCarty, E.R.J. Hunt, R.S. Yost, M. Doumbia, and A.J. Franzluebbers. 2007. Modeling soil carbon sequestration in agricultural lands of Mali. Agric. Syst. 94:63-74.

Follett, Jennifer R., Ronald F. Follett, and William C. Herz.  2010.  Environmental and Human Impacts of Reactive Nitrogen.   pp. 1-37 In Jorge A. Delgado and Ronald F. Follett (eds). Advances in Nitrogen Management for Water Quality.  Soil and Water Conservation Society.  Ankeny, IA.  424 p.

Follett, R.F.  2012.  Beyond mitigation: adaptation of agricultural strategies to overcome projected climate change. Chapter 29 (pp 693-718). In: Liebig , M.A. , Franzluebbers , A.J. , Follett , R.F. (eds.), Managing Agricultural Greenhouse Gases: Coordinated Agricultural Research through GRACEnet to Address our Changing Climate. Elsevier Publishing. New York. 

Follett, R.F. (ed.)  2010.  Sampling Protocols.  USDA_ARS.  Web-based book.  Available at: www.ars.usda.gov/research/GRACEnet  69p.

Follett, R.F. 2010.  Soil Carbon Sequestration and Greenhouse Gas Mitigation.  Soil Science Society of America Journal. 74 (2):345-346.

Follett, R.F., A.J. Franzluebbers, and M.A. Liebig.  2012.  Preface.  (pp xi-xiv).  In: Liebig , M.A. , Franzluebbers , A.J. , Follett , R.F. (eds.), Managing agricultural greenhouse gases: Coordinated agricultural research through GRACEnet to address our Changing Climate.  Elsevier Publishing. New York. 

Follett, R.F., and D.A. Reed.  2010.  Soil Carbon Sequestration in Grazinglands: Societal Benefits and Policy Implications.  Rangeland Ecology and Management 63:4-15. DOI: 10.2111/08-225.1 (invited paper).  Submitted to on June 26, 2008; Accepted July 27, 2009; Published January 2010.

Follett, R.F., E.A. Paul, and E.G. Pruessner. 2007. Soil carbon dynamics during a long-term incubation study involving 13C and 14C measurements. Soil Science 172:189-208.

Follett, R.F., J.M. Kimble, E.G. Pruessner, S. Samson-Liebig, and S. Waltman.  2009.  Soil Organic C Stocks with Depth and Land Use at Various US Sites. pp 29-46, In  R. Lal & R.F. Follett (eds). Soil Science Soc. Amer. Special Pub # 57. (2nd edition) 410 p. Madison, WI. (Book chapter)

Follett, R.F., Vogel, K.P., Varvel, G.E., Mitchell, R.B., and Kimble, J.M. 2012. Soil carbon sequestration by maize and switchgrass grown for bioenergy.  BioEnergy Research. 2012, DOI: 10.1007/s12155-012-9198-y.

Follett, Ronald F., Gary E. Varvel, John M. Kimble, and Kenneth P. Vogel.  2009.  No-Till Corn after Bromegrass: Effect on Soil Carbon and Soil Aggregates.  Agron. J. 101:261–268.

Follett, Ronald, Co-Chair, Sian Mooney, Co-Chair, Jack Morgan, Co-Chair, Keith Paustian, Co-Chair, Leon Hartwell Allen, Jr., Shawn Archibeque, Stephen J. Del Grosso, Justin Derner, Feike Dijkstra, Lyubov A. Kurkalova, Bruce A. McCarl, Stephen Ogle, William J. Parton, Jeffrey M. Peterson, G. Phillip (Phil) Robertson, Michele Schoeneberger, Tristram O. West, Jeff Williams.  2011.  Carbon Sequestration and Greenhouse Gas Fluxes in Agriculture: Challenges and Opportunities for Mitigation.  Task Force Report No. 142    October 2011.  Council for Agricultural Science and Technology.  Ames, Iowa, USA.  112p.

Fransen, S., H.P. Collins, and R. A. Boydston. 2006. Perennial Warm-Season Grasses for Biofuels . In: Proceedings Western Alfalfa and Forage Conference, Reno, NV.  p. 147-153. 204198

Fransen, S., H.P. Collins, and R.A. Boydston. 2006. Switchgrass for biofuel.  In: Proceedings 5th Eastern Native Grass Symposium, Harrisburg, PA. pp. 2-3.

Franzleubbers, A.J., R.F. Follett, J.M.F. Johnson, M.A. Liebig, E.G. Gregorich, M.D. Jawson, and D.A. Martens. 2006. Agricultural Exhaust:  A reason to invest in soil. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation 61:98-101.

Franzluebbers, A.J.  2009.  Linking soil organic carbon and environmental quality through conservation tillage and residue management.  pp. 263-289. In Lal, R., and R.F. Follett (editors).  2008.  Soil Carbon Sequestration and the Greenhouse Effect (2nd Edition of Special Publication 57). 410p. Soil Science Society of America.  Madison, WI.

Franzluebbers, A.J. 2005. Soil organic carbon sequestration and agricultural greenhouse gas emissions in the southeastern USA. Soil and Tillage Research 83:120 -147.

Franzluebbers, A.J. 2008. Linking soil and water quality in conservation agricultural systems. Electronic Journal of Integrative Biosciences 6:15-29.

Franzluebbers, A.J. 2010. Achieving soil organic carbon sequestration with conservation agricultural systems in the southeastern United States. Soil Science Society of America Journal 74:347-357. ARIS Log No. 237346.

Franzluebbers, A.J. 2010. Soil organic carbon in managed pastures of the southeastern United States of America. p. 163-175. In: Abberton, M, Conant, R., Batello, C. (Editors), Grassland Carbon Sequestration: Management, Policy, and Economics. Integrated Crop Management, Volume 11-2010, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, Rome.

Franzluebbers, A.J. 2010. Will we allow soil carbon to feed our needs? Carbon Management 1:237-251.

Franzluebbers, A.J. 2012. Grass roots of soil carbon sequestration. Carbon Management 3:9-11.

Franzluebbers, A.J., and J.A. Stuedemann. 2005. Bermudagrass Management in the Southern Piedmont USA: VII. Soil-Profile Organic Carbon and Total Nitrogen. Soil Sci Soc Am J 69:1455-1462.

Franzluebbers, A.J., Brock, B.G. 2007. Surface soil responses to silage cropping intensity on a Typic Kanhapludult in the piedmont of North Carolina. Soil and Tillage Research 93:126-137.

Franzluebbers, A.J., Causarano, H.J., Norfleet, M.L. 2010. Calibration of the soil conditioning index (SCI) to soil organic carbon in the southeastern USA. Plant and Soil doi:10.1007/s11104-010-0310-9.

Franzluebbers, A.J., Causarano, H.J., Norfleet, M.L. 2011. Soil conditioning index and soil organic carbon in the Midwest and southeastern United States. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation 66:178-182.

Franzluebbers, A.J., Endale, D.M., Buyer, J.S., Stuedemann, J.A. 2012. Tall fescue management in the Piedmont: Sequestration of soil organic carbon and total nitrogen. Soil Science Society of America Journal 76:1016-1026.

Franzluebbers, A.J., H.H. Schomberg, and D.M. Endale. 2007. Surface-soil responses to paraplowing of long-term no-tillage cropland in the Southern Piedmont USA. Soil and Tillage Research 96:303-315.

Franzluebbers, A.J., Owens, L.B., Sigua, G.C., Cambardella, C.A., Haney, R.L. 2012. Soil organic carbon under pasture management. p. 93-110. In: Liebig, M.A., Franzluebbers, A.J., Follett, R.F. (Editors), Managing Agricultural Greenhouse Gases: Coordinated Agricultural Research through GRACEnet to Address our Changing Climate. Academic Press, San Diego CA.

Franzluebbers, A.J., Paine, L.K., Winsten, J.R., Krome, M., Sanderson, M.A., Ogles, K., Thompson, D. 2012. Well-managed grazing systems: A forgotten hero of conservation. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation 67:100A-104A.

Franzluebbers, A.J., R.F. Follett, J.M.F. Johnson, M.A. Liebig, E.G. Gregorich, T.B. Parkin, J.L. Smith, S.J. Del Grosso, M.D. Jawson, and D.A. Martens.  2006.  Agricultural exhaust: A reason to invest in soil.  J. Soil Water Conserv. 61(3): 98-101.

Franzluebbers, A.J., Stuedemann, J.A. 2009. Soil-profile organic carbon and total nitrogen during 12 years of pasture management in the Southern Piedmont USA. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment 129:28-36.

Franzluebbers, A.J., Stuedemann, J.A. 2010. Surface soil changes during twelve years of pasture management in the Southern Piedmont USA. Soil Science Society of America Journal 74:2131-2141.

Franzluebbers. 2010.  Achieving soil organic carbon sequestration with conservation agricultural systems in the Southeastern United States.  Soil Science Society of America Journal 74 (2):347-357.

Fujinuma, R., R.T. Venterea and C. Rosen. 2011. Broadcast urea reduces N2O emissions but increases NO emissions compared with conventional and shallow-applied anhydrous ammonia in a coarse-textured soil. J. Environ. Qual. 40:1806–1815.

Gacengo C.N., C.W. Wood, J.N. Shaw, R.L. Raper, and K.S. Balkcom.  2009. Agroecosystem management effects on greenhouse gas emissions across a Coastal Plain catena. Soil Sci. 174(4):229-237.

Gesch, R.W., D.C. Reicosky, R.A. Gilbert, and D.R. Morris. 2007. Influence of tillage and plant residue management on respiration of a Florida Everglades Histosol. Soil Tillage Res. 92:156-166.

Gollany, H. T., R. W. Rickman, Y. Liang, S. L. Albrecht, S. Machado, S. Kang. 2011. PredictingAgricultural Management Influence on Long-Term Soil Organic Carbon Dynamics: Implications for Biofuel Production. Agron. J.103:234-246.

Gollany, H., Y. Liang, R. Rickman, S. Albrecht, R. Follett, W. Wilhelm, J. Novak, and C. Douglas. Simulating Soil C Stock with the Process-based Model CQESTR. Conference Proceedings. EGU2009-1110-1, Vol. 11. 2009.

Gollany, H.T., J.M. Novak, Y. Liang, S.L. Albrecht, R.W. Rickman, R.F. Follett, W.W. Wilhelm and P.G. Hunt. Simulating Soil Organic Carbon Dynamics and Effect of Residue Removal Using the CQESTR Model. 2010. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. 74:372-383.

Gollany, Hero T., Ronald F. Follett, Yi. Liang.  2012. Chapter 16.  CQESTR Simulations of Soil Organic Carbon Dynamics.  pp. 271-292.  In. M. Liebig, A. Franzluebbers, and R. Follett (eds.).  Managing agricultural greenhouse gases: Coordinated agricultural research through GRACEnet to address our changing climate.

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