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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

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Raymond R Allmaras
Soil and Water Management Research


Phone: (612) 625-1742
Fax: (612) 649-5175
Room 152

1991 Upper Buford Circle
439 BORLAUG HALL
Saint Paul , MN 551080000


Publications (Clicking on the reprint icon Reprint Icon will take you to the publication reprint.)
MINIMUM C INPUTS AND SUSTAINABILITY OF BIOMASS HARVEST -
Johnson, J.M., Allmaras, R.R., Reicosky, D.C. 2006. Minimum C inputs and sustainability of biomass harvest [abstract][CD-ROM]. ASA-CSSA-SSSA Annual Meeting Abstracts. ASA-CSSA-SSSA Annual Meeting. Nov. 12-16, 2006, Indianapolis, IN.
A MATTER OF BALANCE: CONSERVATION AND RENEWABLE ENERGY -
Johnson, J.M., Reicosky, D.C., Allmaras, R.R., Archer, D.W., Wilhelm, W.W. 2006. A matter of balance: Conservation and renewable energy. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation Society 61(4):120A-125A.
ESTIMATING SOURCE CARBON FROM CROP RESIDUES, ROOTS AND RHIZODEPOSITS USING THE NATIONAL GRAIN-YIELD DATABASE -
Johnson, J.M., Allmaras, R.R., Reicosky, D.C. 2006. Estimating source carbon from crop residues, roots and rhizodeposits using the national grain-yield database. Agronomy Journal. 98:622-636.
NITROGEN LEACHING AND DENITRIFICATION IN CONTINUOUS CORN AS RELATED TO RESIDUE MANAGEMENT AND NITROGEN FERTILIZATION -
GOLLANY, H.T., MOLINA, J.E., CLAPP, C.E., ALLMARAS, R.R., LAYESE, M.F., BAKER, J.M., CHENG, H.H. NITROGEN LEACHING AND DENITRIFICATION IN CONTINUOUS CORN AS RELATED TO RESIDUE MANAGEMENT AND NITROGEN FERTILIZATION. ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT. 2004.
SOIL CARBON SEQUESTRATION POTENTIAL OF CONSERVATION TILLAGE SYSTEMS -
SCHOMBERG, H.H., ALLMARAS, R.R., DOUGLAS JR, C.L., DAO, T.H. SOIL CARBON SEQUESTRATION POTENTIAL OF CONSERVATION TILLAGE SYSTEMS. AMERICAN SOCIETY OF AGRONOMY MEETINGS. 2002.
NITROGEN LEACHING AND DENITRIFICATION AS A FUNCTION OF RESIDUE MANAGEMENT AND NITROGEN FERTILZER RATES IN THE CONTINUOUS CORN SYSTEM -
GOLLANY, H.T., CLAPP, C.E., MOLINA, J., LINDEN, D.R., ALLMARAS, R.R., LAYESE, M.F., DOWDY, R.H., CHENG, H.H. NITROGEN LEACHING AND DENITRIFICATION AS A FUNCTION OF RESIDUE MANAGEMENT AND NITROGEN FERTILZER RATES IN THE CONTINUOUS CORN SYSTEM. USDA SYMPOSIUM ON NATURAL RESOURCE MANAGEMENT TO OFFSET GREENHOUSE GAS EMISSIONS. 2002.
CONTINUOUS CORN WITH MOLDBOARD TILLAGE: SILAGE AND FERTILITY EFFECTS ON SOIL CARBON -
REICOSKY, D.C., EVANS, S.D., CAMBARDELLA, C.A., ALLMARAS, R.R., WILTS, A.R., HUGGINS, D.R. CONTINUOUS CORN WITH MOLDBOARD TILLAGE: RESIDUE AND FERTILITY EFFECTS ON SOIL CARBON. JOURNAL OF SOIL AND WATER CONSERVATION. 2002. V. 57(5). P. 277-284.
CURRENT AND RELIC CARBON USING NATURAL ABUNDANCE CARBON-13 -
RELIC CARBON AND CURRENT CARBON USING NATURAL ABUNDANCE CARBON-13 -
EFFECT OF CROP SEQUENCE ON SOIL ORGANIC CARBON AND NATURAL ABUNDANCE CARBON-13 -
INCORPORATION OF CORN (ZEA MAYS L.) PHOTOSYNTHATES INTO SOIL ORGANIC MATTER: SENSITIVITY TO VARIATIONS IN ROOT AND EXUDATE PRODUCTION AND DECAY -
SOIL ORGANIC CARBON SEQUESTRATION POTENTIAL OF ADOPTING CONSERVATION TILLAGE IN U.S. CROPLANDS -
TILLAGE SYSTEMS, TRAFFIC, SOIL COMPACTION, AND INTERNAL DRAINAGE -
TILLAGE, CROP RESIDUE, AND NITROGEN INFLUENCES ON SOIL ORGANIC CARBON AND NATURAL ABUNDANCE CARBON-13 WHILE GROWING CONTINUOUS CORN -
CROP CHANGE FROM CORN TO SOYBEAN: EFFECT ON SOIL ORGANIC C AND NATURAL ABUNDANCE C-13 -
SOIL STRUCTURE AND SOIL MANAGEMENT LINKAGES WITH PENETRATION RESISTANCE, SATURATED HYDRAULIC CONDUCTIVITY, AND WATER RETENTION. -
EFFECTS OF TILLAGE, RESIDUE AND NITROGEN FERTILIZATION ON C AND NATURAL ABUNDANCE C-13 -
GUEST EDITOR INTRODUCTION - TILLAGE SYSTEMS AND AGRICHEMICALS MANAGEMENT: WATER QUALITY EFFECTS -
SOIL TILLAGE AND MANAGEMENT OF CONIFER ROOT ROT IN BARE-ROOT FOREST NURSERIES -
LINKS BETWEEN SURFACE ROUGHNESS AND THE INTERNAL CONFIGURATION OF A FRAGMENTED SOIL -
ROOT DISEASE OF PINUS IN BAREROOT NURSERIES: INFLUENCE OF CULTURAL PRACTICES -
LEAST LIMITING WATER RANGE: TRAFFIC AND LONG-TERM TILLAGE INCLUENCES IN A WEBSTER SOIL -
SOIL TILLAGE PRACTICES AND ROOT DISEASE MANAGEMENT -
IMPACT OF SOIL STRENGTH ON CORN ROOT DISTRIBUTION IN A SANDY SOIL -
WATER QUALITY IN A IRRIGATED SANDY SOIL: RIDGE TILLAGE IN ROTATED CORN AND SOYBEAN COMPARED WITH FULL-WIDTH TILLAGE IN CONTINUOUS CORN -
ON INTERPRETATION AND MISINTERPRETATION OF FRACTAL MODELS -
TILLAGE TOOL CONTROL OVER CROP RESIDUE PLACEMENT: CONSERVATION IMPACTS -
LEAST LIMITING WATER RANGE:LONG TERM TILLAGE INFLUENCES IN A WEBSTER SOIL -
RIDGE TILLAGE FOR CORN AND SOYBEAN PRODUCTION: ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY IMPACTS -
RIDGE TILLAGE FOR CORN AND SOYBEAN PRODUCTION: ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY IMPACTS -
MASS, SURFACE, AND FRAGMENTATION FRACTAL DIMENSIONS OF SOIL FRAGMENTS PRODUCED BY TILLAGE -
A TIME-SERIES ANALYSIS OF FIELD-MEASURED WATER CONTENT OF A SANDY SOIL -
LONG-TERM CORN SILAGE REMOVAL AND SOIL CARBON WITH MOLDBOARD PLOWING -
CHANGES IN C-13 NATURAL ABUNDANCE AND ORGANIC CARBON UNDER LONG-TERM TILLAGE, RESIDUE, AND NITROGEN MANAGEMENT -
CONIFER SEEDLING PRODUCTION AND SOIL-BORNE PATHOGEN LEVELS FOLLOWING DAZOMET INCORPORATION BY THREE TILLAGE IMPLEMENTS -
DYNAMICS OF SOIL ORGANIC CARBON IN CORN-SOYBEAN SEQUENCES AS ESTIMATED FROM NATURAL 13C ABUNDANCE -
SHRINKAGE IN A NORMANIA CLAY LOAM COMPACTED UNDER DIFFERENT AXLE LOADS -
TEMPORAL CHARACTER OF SURFACE SEAL/CRUST:INFLUENCES OF TILLAGE AND CROP RESIDUE -
REDUCING COMMON ROOT ROT OF PEA AND INOCULUM CONCENTRATION OF APHANOMYCES EUTEICHES BY SOIL INCORPORATION OF OAT, RAPE, AND SWEET-CORN GREEN MANURES. -
AGRICULTURAL TECHNOLOGY AND ADOPTION OF CONSERVATION PRACTICES -
LONG-TERM SOIL DEGRADATION IN THE UNITED STATES BY COMPACTION FROM HEAVY AGRICULTURAL MACHINERY -
INCORPORATION OF TRACERS AND DAZOMET BY ROTARY TILLERS AND A SPADING MACHINE -
FRACTAL PRINCIPLES APPLIED TO THE PREDICTION OF SATURATED HYDRAULIC CONDUCTIVITY -
FRACTAL ANALYSIS OF AGGREGATE SIZE DISTRIBUTION: THE QUESTION OF SELF- SIMILARITY -
SPATIAL RELATIONS BETWEEN OAT RESIDUE AND CERAMIC SPHERES WHEN INCORPORATEDSEQUENTIALLY BY TILLAGE -
WETTING FRONT MOVEMENTS IN AN AQUIC HAPLUSTOLL AS RELATED TO TILLAGE SYSTEMS -
NATURAL ABUNDANCE OF 13C IN SOILS AND WATER -
ROOT GROWTH AS A FUNCTION OF PENETRATION RESISTANCE AND WATER RELATIONS IN A SANDY SOIL -
MODELLING CORN ROOTING PATTERNS AND THEIR EFFECTS ON WATER UPTAKE AND NITRATE LEACHING -
TILLAGE AND RESIDUE MANAGEMENT:POTENTIAL IMPACT ON MACROPOROSITY AND BYPASSFLOW -
FRACTAL PRINCIPLES APPLIED TO THE PREDICTION OF SATURATED HYDRAULIC CONDUCTIVITY -
DYNAMICS OF ORGANIC CARBON AND NITROGEN IN SOIL-WATER ECOSYSTEMS AS ESTIMATED FROM NATURAL 13C AND 15N ABUNDANCE -
RIDGE-TILLAGE SYSTEMS AND WATER QUALITY IN MSEA STUDIES -
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