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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

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Michael S Dolan
Soil and Water Management Research
Soil Scientist

Phone: (612) 625-2747
Fax: (651) 649-5175
Room 179

1991 UPPER BUFORD CIRCLE
SAINT PAUL , MN 551080000


Publications (Clicking on the reprint icon Reprint Icon will take you to the publication reprint.)
Evaluation of intensive '4R' strategies for decreasing N2O emissions in rainfed corn -
Venterea, R.T., Coulter, J., Dolan, M.S. 2016. Evaluation of intensive '4R' strategies for decreasing N2O emissions in rainfed corn. Journal of Environmental Quality. 45:1186-1195.
Fertilizer source and tillage effects on yield-scaled nitrous oxide emissions in a corn cropping system Reprint Icon -
Venterea, R.T., Maharjan, B., Dolan, M.S. 2011. Fertilizer source and tillage effects on yield-scaled nitrous oxide emissions in a corn cropping system. Journal of Environmental Quality. 40(5):1521-1531.
Polymer-Coated Urea Maintains Potato Yields and Reduces Nitrous Oxide Emissions in a Minnesota Loamy Sand Reprint Icon -
Hyatt, C.R., Venterea, R.T., Rosen, C.J., Mcnearney, M., Wilson, M.L., Dolan, M.S. 2010. Polymer-Coated Urea Maintains Potato Yields and Reduces Nitrous Oxide Emissions in a Minnesota Loamy Sand. Soil Science Society of America Journal. 74(2):419-428.
Urea Fertilizer Decreases N2O Emissions Compared to Anhydrous Ammonia in Corn Cropping Systems in Minnesota -
Venterea, R.T., Dolan, M.S., Ochsner, T.E. 2009. Urea Fertilizer Decreases N2O Emissions Compared to Anhydrous Ammonia in Corn Cropping Systems in Minnesota [abstract]. ASA-CSSA-SSSA Annual Meeting Abstracts. Paper No. 37.
Nitrous Oxide Gas Fluxes in a Potato Field Following Application of Urea and Coated Urea Fertilizers -
Venterea, R.T., Rosen, C., Mcnearney, M., Wilson, M., Dolan, M.S. 2008. Nitrous Oxide Gas Fluxes in a Potato Field Following Application of Urea and Coated Urea Fertilizers [abstract]. ASA-CSSA-SSSA Annual Meeting Abstracts. Paper No. 42.
CARBON AND NITROGEN STORAGE ARE GREATER UNDER BIENNIAL TILLAGE IN A MINNESOTA CORN-SOYBEAN ROTATION -
Venterea, R.T., Baker, J.M., Dolan, M.S., Spokas, K.A. 2006. Carbon and nitrogen storage are greater under biennial tillage in a Minnesota corn-soybean rotation. Soil Science Society of America Journal. 70:1752-1762.
SOIL ORGANIC CARBON AND NITROGEN IN A MINNESOTA SOIL AS RELATED TO NITROGEN, TILLAGE, RESIDUE AND NITROGEN MANAGEMENT -
Dolan, M.S., Clapp, C.E., Allmaras, R.R., Baker, J.M., Molina, J. 2006. Soil organic carbon and nitrogen in a Minnesota soil as related to nitrogen, tillage, residue and nitrogen management. Soil & Tillage Research. 89:221-231.
SOIL ORGANIC CARBON AND NITROGEN AS A FUNCTION OF TILLAGE, RESIDUE, AND NITROGEN MANAGEMENT IN MINNESOTA -
Dolan, M.S., Clapp, C.E., Molina, J., Allmaras, R.R., Linden, D.R., Baker, J.M. 2003. Soil organic carbon and nitrogen as a function of tillage, residue, and nitrogen management in minnesota. Agronomy Abstracts. Paper No. S03-dolan986431-Poster.
CORN ROOT AND SHOOT BIOMASS AT PHYSIOLOGICAL MATURITY AS AFFECTED BY TILLAGE AND RESIDUE HARVEST -
REDIRECTION OF PRECIPITATION BY A CORN CANOPY AND RELATED SOIL WATERS STATUS -
ASYMMETRICAL DISTRIBUTION AND DISSIPATION OF BAND APPLIED ATRAZINE IN NEAR SURFACE SOIL -
PHOSPHORUS RUNOFF LOSSES FIVE YEARS POST LONG-TERM BIOSOLIDS APPLICATIONS -
BIOAVAILABILITY OF CADMIUM AND ZINC 18 YEARS POST BIOSOLIDS APPLICATIONS -
RAIN PATTERNS UNDER A CORN CANOPY II ATRAZINE DISTRIUBTION IN NEAR SURFACE SOILS -
RAIN PATTERNS UNDER A CORN CANOPY I WATER MOVEMENT IN NEAR SURFACE SOILS -
PLANT AND SOIL RESPONSES TO FIELD APPLIED FLUE GAS DESULFURIZATION -
RECOVERY OF BIOSOLIDS APPLIED HEAVY METALS SIXTEEN YEARS AFTER APPLICATION -
AUTOMATED IMAGE ANALYSES FOR SEPARATING PLANT ROOTS FROM SOIL DEBRIS ELUTRATED FROM SOIL CORES. -
FIELD EVALUATION OF FLUE GAS DESULFURIZATION RESIDUE AS A BORON AND SULFUR SOURCE FOR ALFALFA -
FLUE GAS DESULFURIZATION RESIDUE: A BORON SOURCE FOR ALFALFA PRODUCTION -
LONG-TERM EFFECTS OF BIOSOLIDS APPLICATIONS ON HEAVY METAL BIOAVAILABITY IN AGRICULTRUAL SOILS -
FARMING SYSTEM EFFECTS ON SPATIAL, TEMPORAL, AND MORPHOLOGICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF CORN ROOTS -
HEAVY METAL AVAILABILITY AND UPTAKE BY CORN SIXTEEN YEARS AFTER BIOSOLIDS APPLICATIONS -
HEAVY METAL SPECIATRON AND BIOAVAILABILITY IN CULTIVATED SOILS AFTER MULTIPLE ANNUAL SEWAGE SLUDGE APPLICATIONS -
ROOT GROWTH AS A FUNCTION OF PENETRATION RESISTANCE AND WATER RELATIONS IN A SANDY SOIL -
ROOT LENGTH MEASUREMENTS OF SEGMENTS WASHED FROM SOIL CORES WITHOUT REMOVAL OF EXTRANEOUS DEBRIS -
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