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Claire L Phillips
Forage Seed and Cereal Research
Research Soil Scientist

Phone: (541) 738-4180
Fax: (541) 738-4160

3450 SW CAMPUS WY
ROOM #306
CORVALLIS , OR 973318539

Publications (Clicking on the reprint icon Reprint Icon will take you to the publication reprint.)
Development of a Pacific Northwest Biochar Atlas: Translating biochar study results into usable grower information -
Trippe, K.M., Phillips, C.L. 2018. Development of a Pacific Northwest Biochar Atlas: Translating biochar study results into usable grower information. Crops and Soils. 51(4):24-27.
Physical feasibility of biochar production and utilization at a farm-scale: a case-study in non-irrigated seed production -
Phillips, C.L., Trippe, K.M., Reardon, C.L., Mellbye, B., Griffith, S.M., Banowetz, G.M. 2018. Physical feasibility of biochar production and utilization at a farm-scale: a case-study in non-irrigated seed production. Biomass and Bioenergy. 108:244-251.
Networking our science to characterize the state, vulnerabilities, and management opportunities of soil organic matter -
Harden, J., Hugelius, G., Ahlstrom, A., Blankinship, J., Bond-Lamberty, B., Lawrence, C., Loisel, J., Malhotra, A., Jackson, R., Ogle, S., Phillips, C.L. 2017. Networking our science to characterize the state, vulnerabilities, and management opportunities of soil organic matter. Global Change Biology. 24(2):e705-e718. https://doi.org/10.1111/gcb.13896.
A new platform for managing soil carbon and soil health -
Loisel, J., Malhotra, A., Phillips, C.L. 2017. A new platform for managing soil carbon and soil health. Earth and Space Science. 98. https://doi.org/10.1029/2017EO080753.
Soil health, crop productivity, microbial transport, and mine spoil response to biochars -
Novak, J.M., Ippolito, J.A., Lentz, R.D., Spokas, K.A., Bolster, C.H., Sistani, K.R., Trippe, K.M., Phillips, C.L., Johnson, M.G. 2016. Soil health, crop productivity, microbial transport, and mine spoil response to biochars. BioEnergy Research. 9(2):454-464.
Gasified grass and wood biochars facilitate plant establishment in acid mine soils -
Phillips, C.L., Trippe, K.M., Whittaker, G.W., Griffith, S.M., Johnson, M.G., Banowetz, G.M. 2016. Gasified grass and wood biochars facilitate plant establishment in acid mine soils. Journal of Environmental Quality. 45:1013-1020. doi: 10.2134/jeq2015.09.0470.