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James R Kiniry
Research Agronomist


Publications (Clicking on the reprint icon Reprint Icon will take you to the publication reprint.)
Analyzing hydrotreated renewable jet fuel (HRJ) feedstock availability using crop simulation modeling -
Simulating diverse native C4 perennial grasses with varying rainfall -
Dedicated energy crops and crop residues for bioenergy feedstocks in the Central and Eastern U.S.A. Reprint Icon -
Mitchell, R., Schmer, M.R., Anderson, W.F., Jin, V.L., Balkcom, K.S., Kiniry, J.R., Coffin, A.W., White Jr, P.M. 2016. Dedicated energy crops and crop residues for bioenergy feedstocks in the Central and Eastern U.S.A. BioEnergy Research. 9:384-398.
Development of near-infrared spectroscopy calibrations to measure quality characteristics in intact Brassicaceae germplasm Reprint Icon -
Oblath, E.A., Isbell, T.A., Berhow, M.A., Allen, B., Archer, D., Brown, J., Gesch, R.W., Hatfield, J.L., Jabro, J.D., Kiniry, J.R., Long, D.S. 2016. Development of near-infrared spectroscopy calibrations to measure quality characteristics in intact Brassicaceae germplasm. Industrial Crops and Products. 89:52-58.
Functional approach to simulating short-rotation woody crops in process-based models Reprint Icon -
Guo, T., Engel, B.A., Shao, G., Arnold, J.G., Srinivasan, R., Kiniry, J.R. 2015. Functional approach to simulating short-rotation woody crops in process-based models. BioEnergy Research. 8:1598-1613.
Simulating the hydrologic impact of Arundo donax invasion on the headwaters of the Nueces River in Texas Reprint Icon -
Jain, S., Ale, S., Munster, C.L., Ansley, R.J., Kiniry, J.R. 2015. Simulating the hydrologic impact of Arundo donax invasion on the headwaters of the Nueces River in Texas. Journal of Hydrology. 2:134-147.
Comparison of several Brassica species in the north central U.S. for potential jet fuel feedstock Reprint Icon -
Gesch, R.W., Isbell, T., Oblath, E.A., Allen, B.L., Archer, D.W., Brown, J., Hatfield, J.L., Jabro, J.D., Kiniry, J.R., Long, D.S., Vigil, M.F. 2015. Comparison of several Brassica species in the north central U.S. for potential jet fuel feedstock. Industrial Crops and Products. 75(B):2-7.
Parameterization of ALMANAC crop simulation model for non-irrigated dry bean in semi-arid temperate areas in Mexico Reprint Icon -
Baez-Gonzalez, A.D., Kiniry, J.R., Ramirez, J., Garcia, G.M., Gonzalez, J.L., Ceja, E.S. 2015. Parameterization of ALMANAC crop simulation model for non-irrigated dry bean in semi-arid temperate areas in Mexico. Interciencia. 40(3):185-189.
Two-year growth cycle sugarcane crop parameter attributes and their application in modeling Reprint Icon -
Meki, M.N., Kiniry, J.R., Youkhana, A.H., Crow, S.E., Ogoshi, R.M., Nakahata, M.H., Tirado-Corbala, R., Anderson, R.G., Osorio, J., Jeong, J. 2015. Two-year growth cycle sugarcane crop parameter attributes and their application in modeling. Agronomy Journal. 107(4):1310-1320.
Agronomic comparison of several brassica species in the U.S. Corn Belt as feedstock for hydrotreated jet fuel -
Gesch, R.W., Allen, B.L., Archer, D.W., Banuelos, G.S., Behrman, K.D., Brown, J., Hatfield, J.L., Jabro, J.D., Kiniry, J.R., Long, D.S., Vigil, M.F. 2014. Agronomic comparison of several brassica species in the U.S. Corn Belt as feedstock for hydrotreated jet fuel [abstract]. In: Miller, T., Alexopoulou, E. and Berti, M.T., editors. International Conference in Industrial Crops and 26th Annual Meeting of the Association for the Advancement of Industrial Crops (AAIC). Program and Abstracts. September 13-19, 2014, Athens, Greece.
The Conservation Effects Assessment Project (CEAP): The U.S. experience in determining a national scale natural resource and conservation needs assessment -
Opportunities and challenges for developing an oilseed to renewable jet fuel industry -
Modeling to evaluate and manage water and environmental sustainablility of bioenergy crops in the U.S. -
Measurements of Canopy Interception and Trasnpiration of Openly-Grown Eastern Redcedar in Central Oklahoma -
Starks, P.J., Venuto, B.C., Dugas, W.A., Kiniry, J.R. 2014. Measurements of canopy interception and transpiration of openly-grown eastern redcedar in central Oklahoma. Environment and Natural Resources Research. 4(3): DOI: 10.5539/enrr.v4n3p103.
A soil parameters geodatabase for the modeling assessment of agricultural conservation practices effects in the United States Reprint Icon -
Di Luzio, M., Norfleet, L., Arnold, J.G., Williams, J.R., Kiniry, J.R. 2014. A soil parameters geodatabase for the modeling assessment of agricultural conservation practices effects in the United States. International Journal of Geospatial and Environmental Research. 1(2):Article 6. Available: http://dc.uwm.edu/ijger/vol1/iss2/6.
Estimating plant available water for general crop simulations in ALMANAC/APEX/EPIC/SWAT -
Modeling differential growth in switchgrass cultivars across the Central and Southern Great Plains Reprint Icon -
Behrman, K.D., Keitt, T.H., Kiniry, J.R. 2014. Modeling differential growth in switchgrass cultivars across the Central and Southern Great Plains. BioEnergy Research. 7(4):1165-1173.
Plant parameters for plant functional groups of western rangelands to enable process-based simulation modeling Reprint Icon -
Kiniry, J.R., Briggs, J., Englert, J., Weltz, M.A., Jensen, K.B., Tilley, D., Stannard, M., Young-Mathews, A., Blanke, T., Smither-Kopperl, M., Winslow, S., Goodson, D. 2014. Plant parameters for plant functional groups of western rangelands to enable process-based simulation modeling. American Journal of Experimental Agriculture. 4(7):746-766.
Adaptations between ecotypes and along environmental gradients in Panicum virgatum Reprint Icon -
Lowry, D.B., Behrman, K.D., Grabowski, P., Morris, G.P., Kiniry, J.R., Juenger, T.E. 2014. Adaptations between ecotypes and along environmental gradients in Panicum virgatum. The American Naturalist. 183:682-692.
The role of simulation models in monitoring soil organic carbon storage and greenhouse gas mitigation potential in bioenergy cropping systems -
Meki, M.N., Kiniry, J.R., Behrman, K.D., Pawlowski, M.N., Crow, S.E. 2014. The role of simulation models in monitoring soil organic carbon storage and greenhouse gas mitigation potential in bioenergy cropping systems. In: Rosario Vaz Morgado, C. and Esteves, V., editors. CO2 Sequestration and Valorization. InTech. Chapter 9. DOI: 10.5772/57177. Available: http://www.intechopen.com/books/co2-sequestration-and-valorization/the-role-of-simulation-models-in-monitoring-soil-organic-carbon-storage-and-greenhouse-gas-mitigatio.
Novel application of ALMANAC: Modelling a functional group, exotic warm-season perennial grasses -
Kiniry, J.R., Johnson, M., Venuto, B.C., Burson, B.L. 2013. Novel application of ALMANAC: Modelling a functional group, exotic warm-season perennial grasses. American Journal of Experimental Agriculture. 3(3):631-650.
Genotypic variation in traits linked to climate and aboveground productivity in a widespread C4 grass: Evidence for a functional trait syndrome Reprint Icon -
Aspinwall, M.J., Lowry, D.B., Taylor, S.H., Juenger, T.E., Hawkes, C.V., Johnson, M.V., Kiniry, J.R., Fay, P.A. 2013. Genotypic variation in traits linked to climate and aboveground productivity in a widespread C4 grass: Evidence for a functional trait syndrome. New Phytologist. 199:966-980.
Soil and variety effects on the energy and carbon balances of switchgrass-derived ethanol -
Woli, P., Paz, J.O., Lang, D.J., Baldwin, B.S., Kiniry, J.R. 2012. Soil and variety effects on the energy and carbon balances of switchgrass-derived ethanol. Journal of Sustainable Bioenergy Systems (JSBS). 2(4):65-74.
Perennial biomass grasses and the Mason-Dixon Line: Comparative productivity across latitudes in the southern Great Plains -
Kiniry, J.R., Anderson, L.C., Johnson, M.V., Behrman, K.D., Brakie, M., Burner, D.M., Cordsiemon, R.L., Fay, P.A., Fritschi, F.B., Houx III, J.H., Hawkes, C., Juenger, T., Kaiser, J., Keitt, T., Lloyd-Reilley, J., Maher, S., Raper, R., Scott, A., Shadow, A., West, C., Wu, Y., Zibilske, L.M. 2013. Perennial biomass grasses and the Mason-Dixon Line: Comparative productivity across latitudes in the southern Great Plains. BioEnergy Research. 6:276-291.
Corn residue removal effects on soybean yield and nitrogen dynamics in the Upper Mississippi River Basin -
Spatial forecasting of switchgrass productivity under current and future climate change scenarios -
Behrman, K.D., Kiniry, J.R., Winchell, M., Juenger, T.E., Keitt, T.H. 2013. Spatial forecasting of switchgrass productivity under current and future climate change scenarios. Ecological Applications. 23(1):73-85.
Energy sorghum biomass harvest thresholds and tillage effects on soil organic carbon and bulk density -
Meki, M.N., Snider, J.L., Kiniry, J.R., Raper, R.L., Rocateli, A.C. 2013. Energy sorghum biomass harvest thresholds and tillage effects on soil organic carbon and bulk density. Industrial Crops and Products. 43:172-182.
Watershed-scale impact of land-use changes for bioenergy production -
Bosch, D.D., Arnold, J.G., Kiniry, J.R., Vellidis, G., Srivastava, P. 2012. Watershed-scale impact of land-use changes for bioenergy production. In: Proceedings of the 2012 21st Century Watershed Technology Conference: Improving Water Quality and the Environment. Bari, Italy. May 27 - June 1, 2012. Paper No. 12-13658. 8 pp.
EPIC and APEX: Model use, calibration, and validation -
Wang, X., Williams, J.R., Gassman, P.W., Baffaut, C., Izaurralde, C., Jeong, J., Kiniry, J.R. 2012. EPIC and APEX: Model use, calibration, and validation. Transactions of the ASABE. 55(4):1447-1462.
Trade-offs between agricultural production and biodiversity for biofuel production -
Indirect measurement of leaf area index in sagebrush-steppe rangelands -
Finzel, J.A., Seyfried, M.S., Weltz, M.A., Kiniry, J.R., Johnson, M.V.V., Launchbaugh, K.L. 2012. Indirect measurement of leaf area index in sagebrush-steppe rangelands. Rangeland Ecology and Management. 65:208-212.
Indirect measurement of leaf area index in sagebrush-steppe rangelands -
Finzel, J.A., Seyfried, M.S., Weltz, M.A., Kiniry, J.R., Johnson, M.V., Launchbaugh, K.L. 2012. Indirect measurement of leaf area index in sagebrush-steppe rangelands. Rangeland Ecology and Management. 65:208-212.
Preliminary assessment of dual use bioenergy-forage potential of exotic and native grasses in Arkansas -
Burner, D.M., Belesky, D.P., Lingle, S.E., Udawatta, R.P., Houx, J.H., King, R., Kiniry, J.R. 2012. Preliminary assessment of dual use bioenergy-forage potential of exotic and native grasses in Arkansas [abstract]. American Society of Agronomy, February 5-7, 2012, Birmingham, Alabama. Available: http://a-c-s.confex.com/crops/2012srb/webprogram/Paper70145.html.
Pastureland Conservation Effects Assessment Project: Status and expected outcomes -
Sanderson, M.A., Goslee, S.C., Franzluebbers, A.J., Kiniry, J.R., Owens, L.B., Spaeth, K., Steiner, J.L., Veith, T.L. 2011. Pastureland Conservation Effects Assessment Project: Status and expected outcomes. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation. 66(5):148A-153A.
Clash of the Titans: Comparing productivity via radiation use efficiency for two grass giants of the biofuel field -
Kiniry, J.R., Johnson, M., Bruckerhoff, S.B., Kaiser, J.U., Cordsiemon, R.L., Harmel, R.D. 2012. Clash of the Titans: Comparing productivity via radiation use efficiency for two grass giants of the biofuel field. BioEnergy Research. 5(1):41-48.
The rancher's ALMANAC -
Johnson, M., Finzel, J.A., Spanel, D.A., Weltz, M.A., Sanchez, H., Kiniry, J.R. 2011. The rancher's ALMANAC. Rangelands. 33(2):10-16.
Variability in light-use efficiency for gross primary productivity on Great Plains grasslands -
Polley, H.W., Phillips, B.L., Frank, A.B., Bradford, J.A., Sims, P.L., Morgan, J.A., Kiniry, J.R. 2011. Variability in light-use efficiency for gross primary productivity on Great Plains grasslands. 64th Annual Meeting of the Society for Range Management, February 2-10, 2011, Billings, Montana.
Switchgrass leaf area index and light extinction coefficients -
Kiniry, J.R., Johnson, M., Mitchell, R., Vogel, K.P., Kaiser, J., Bruckerhoff, S.B., Cordsiemon, R.L. 2011. Switchgrass leaf area index and light extinction coefficients. Agronomy Journal. 103(1):119-122.
Soil microbial activity under different grass species: Underground impacts of biofuel cropping -
Haney, R.L., Kiniry, J.R., Johnson, M. 2010. Soil microbial activity under different grass species: Underground impacts of biofuel cropping. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment. 139(4):754-758.
Variability in light-use efficiency for gross primary productivity on Great Plains grasslands -
Polley, H.W., Phillips, B.L., Frank, A.B., Bradford, J.A., Sims, P.L., Morgan, J.A., Kiniry, J.R. 2011. Variability in light-use efficiency for gross primary productivity on Great Plains grasslands. Ecosystems. 14:15-27.
Forecasting annual aboveground net primary production in the intermountain west -
Finzel, J., Weltz, M.A., Seyfried, M.S., Kiniry, J.R., Launchbaugh, K. 2011. Forecasting annual aboveground net primary production in the intermountain west [abstract]. Society for Range Management. p. 258.
Large-area dry bean yield prediction modeling in Mexico -
Medina-Garcia, G., Baez-Gonzalez, A.D., Lopez-Hernandez, J., Ruiz-Corral, J.A., Tinoco-Alfaro, C.A., Kiniry, J.R. 2010. Large-area dry bean yield prediction modeling in Mexico. Revista Mexicana de Ciencias Agricolas. 1(3):413-426.
Comparing biomass yields of low-input high-diversity communities with managed monocultures across the central United States Reprint Icon -
Johnson, M., Kiniry, J.R., Sanchez, H., Polley, H.W., Fay, P.A. 2010. Comparing biomass yields of low-input high-diversity communities with managed monocultures across the central United States. BioEnergy Research. 3:353-361.
Ceptometer deployment method affects measurement of fraction of intercepted photosynthetically active radiation -
Johnson, M., Kiniry, J.R., Burson, B.L. 2010. Ceptometer deployment method affects measurement of fraction of intercepted photosynthetically active radiation. Agronomy Journal. 102(4):1132-1137.
Simulating effects of cheatgrass invasion on native bunchgrass productivity under different precipitation scenarios -
Simulating Effects of Cheatgrass Invasion on Native Bunchgrass Productivity Under Different Precipitation Scenarios -
Johnson, M., Kiniry, J.R., Weltz, M.A., Spanel, D.A., Finzel, J., Launchbaugh, K., Rodriguez-Barahona, L., Rollins, K. 2010. Simulating Effects of Cheatgrass Invasion on Native Bunchgrass Productivity Under Different Precipitation Scenarios [abstract]. Society for Range Management and Weed Science Society of America Annual Meeting Program Guide. O-103.
Quantifying Annual Aboveground Net Primary Production in the Intermountain West -
Finzel, J., Weltz, M.A., Seyfried, M.S., Launchbaugh, K., Kiniry, J.R. 2010. Quantifying Annual Aboveground Net Primary Production in the Intermountain West [abstract]. Society for Range Management and Weed Science Society of America Annual Meeting Program Guide. P C-27.
Regional collaborative research on cold tolerance of exotic biofuel grasses -
Burner, D.M., Tew, T.L., Belesky, D.P., Hale, A.L., Kiniry, J.R., Dunn, M.H., Hotchkiss, M.W., Fritschi, F., Richard Jr, E.P. 2010. Regional collaborative research on cold tolerance of exotic biofuel grasses. American Society of Agronomy Branch Meeting. February 7-8, 2010. Orlando, FL
Measuring fraction of intercepted photosynthetically active radiation with a ceptometer: the importance of adopting a universal methodological approach -
Switchgrass biomass simulation at diverse sites in the northern Great Plains of the U.S. -
Kiniry, J.R., Schmer, M.R., Vogel, K.P., Mitchell, R. 2008. Switchgrass biomass simulation at diverse sites in the northern Great Plains of the U.S. BioEnergy Research. 1(3-4):259-264.
Assessing the benefits of grazing land conservation practices -
Weltz, M.A., Jolley, L., Nearing, M.A., Stone, J.J., Goodrich, D.C., Pierson Jr, F.B., Speath, K., Kiniry, J.R., Arnold, J.G., Bubenheim, D., Hernandez, M., Wei, H. 2008. Assessing the benefits of grazing land conservation practices. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation. 63:214-217.
Plant growth simulation for landscape scale hydrologic modeling -
Kiniry, J.R., MacDonald, J.D., Kemanian, A.R., Watson, B., Putz, G., Prepas, E.E. 2008. Plant growth simulation for landscape-scale hydrologic modelling. Hydrological Sciences Journal. 53(5):1030-1042.
History of model development at Temple, TX -
Williams, J.R., Arnold, J.G., Kiniry, J.R., Gassman, P.W., Rossi, C.G. 2008. History of model development at Temple, TX. Hydrological Sciences Journal. 53(5):948-960.
Radiation use efficiency of arrowleaf, crimson, rose, and subterranean clovers -
Kiniry, J.R., Evers, G.W. 2008. Radiation use efficiency of arrowleaf, crimson, rose, and subterranean clovers. Agronomy Journal. 100(4):1155-1160
A multi-species, process based vegetation simulation module to simulate successional forest regrowth after forest disturbance in daily time step hydrological transport models -
Macdonald, J.D., Kiniry, J.R., Putz, G., Prepas, E.E. 2008. A multi-species, process based vegetation simulation module to simulate successional forest regrowth after forest disturbance in daily time step hydrological transport models. Journal of Environmental Engineering and Science. 7:S127-S143.
Biofuels and water use: Comparison of maize and switchgrass and general perspectives -
Kiniry, J.R., Lynd, L., Greene, N., Johnson, M., Casler, M.D., Laser, M.S. 2008. Biofuels and water use: Comparison of maize and switchgrass and general perspectives. In: Wright, J.H., Evans, D.A., editors. New Research on Biofuels. Nova Science Publishers, Inc. p. 17-30.
Does spatial arrangement of 3D plants affect light transmission and extinction coefficient within maize crops? -
Drouet, J.L., Kiniry, J.R. 2008. Does spatial arrangement of 3D plants affect light transmission and extinction coefficient within maize crops? Field Crops Research. 107(1):62-69.
Defoliation by introduced Diorhabda elongata leaf beetles (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae) reduces carbohydrate reserves and regrowth of Tamarix (Tamaricacceae) -
Hudgeons, J.L., Knutson, A.E., Heinz, K.M., Deloach Jr, C.J., Dudley, T.L., Pattison, R.R., Kiniry, J.R. 2007. Defoliation by introduced Diorhabda elongata leaf beetles (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae) reduces carbohydrate reserves and regrowth of Tamarix (Tamaricacceae). Biological Control. 43(2):213-221.
Estimation of evapotranspiration by reed canarygrass using field observations and model simulations -
Schilling, K.E., Kiniry, J.R. 2007. Estimation of evapotranspiration by reed canarygrass using field observations and model simulations. Journal of Hydrology. 337:356-363.
Coastal bermudagrass, bahiagrass, and native range simulation at diverse sites in Texas -
Kiniry, J.R., Burson, B.L., Evers, G.W., Williams, J.R., Wade, C., Featherston, J.W., Greenwade, J. 2007. Coastal bermudagrass, bahiagrass, and native range simulation at diverse sites in Texas. Agronomy Journal. 99(2):450-461.
Projecting yield and utilization potential of switchgrass as an energy crop -
McLaughlin, S.B., Kiniry, J.R., Taliaferro, C.M., Ugarte, D.D. 2006. Projecting yield and utilization potential of switchgrass as an energy crop. Advances in Agronomy. 90:267-297.
COMMENTS ON YIELD RESPONSE OF CORN IN CROWDING STRESS BY HASHEMI ET AL. -
Kiniry, J.R., Echarte, L. 2005. Comments on "Yield response of corn in crowding stress" by Hashemi et al. Agronomy Journal. 97(5):1472.
SWITCHGRASS SIMULATION BY THE ALMANAC MODEL AT DIVERSE SITES IN THE SOUTHERN U.S. -
Kiniry, J.R., Cassida, K.A., Hussey, M.A., Muir, J.P., Ocumpaugh, W.R., Read, J.C., Reed, R.L., Sanderson, M.A., Venuto, B.C., Williams, J.R. 2005. Switchgrass simulation by the ALMANAC model at diverse sites in the southern US. Biomass and Bioenergy. 29(6):419-425.
LARGE-AREA MAIZE YIELD FORECASTING USING LEAF AREA INDEX BASED YIELD MODEL -
Baez-Gonzalez, A.D., Kiniry, J.R., Maas, S.J., Tiscareno, M.L., Macias, J.C., Mendoza, J.L., Richardson, C.W., Salinas, J., Manjarrez, J.R. 2005. Large-area maize yield forecasting using leaf area index based yield model. Agronomy Journal. 97(2):418-425.
PEANUT LEAF AREA INDEX, LIGHT INTERCEPTION, RADIATION USE EFFICIENCY, AND HARVEST INDEX AT THREE SITES IN TEXAS -
Kiniry, J.R., Simpson, C.E., Schubert, A.M., Reed, J.D. 2005. Peanut leaf area index, light interception, radiation use efficiency, and harvest index at three sites in Texas. Field Crops Research. 91(2-3):297-306.
RANGELAND MONITORING AND PREDICTION AT RANCH TO REGIONAL SCALES 1614 -
Moran, M.S., Thoma, D., Hernandez, M., Heilman, P., Stone, J.J., Starks, P.J., Arnold, J.G., Kiniry, J.R., Richardson, C.W., Rango, A., Herrick, J.E., Peters, D.C., Havstad, K.M. 2004. Rangeland monitoring and prediction at ranch to regional scales. Proceedings Society for Range Management Meeting, Jan. 23-30, 2004. Salt Lake City, UT. p. 1.
A GENERAL CROP MODEL -
Kiniry, J.R. 2006. A general crop model. In: Richardson, C.W., Baez-Gonzalez, A.D., Tiscareno-Lopez, M., editors. Proceedings of ARS/INIFAP Binational Symposium on Modeling and Remote Sensing in Agriculture, June 2-6, 2003, Aguascalientes, Mexico. p. 1-12.
MAIZE YIELD POTENTIAL: CRITICAL PROCESSES AND SIMULATION MODELING IN A HIGH-YIELDING ENVIRONMENT -
Kiniry, J.R., Bean, B., Xie, Y., Chen, P. 2004. Maize yield potential: critical processes and simulation modeling in a high-yielding environment. Agricultural Systems. 82(1):45-56.
REGIONAL SCALE VARIATIONS OF RADIATION - USE EFFICIENCY IN RESPONSE TO THE ENVIRONMENT -
Kemanian, A., Stockle, C., Huggins, D.R., Kiniry, J.R. 2003. Regional scale variations of radiation - use efficiency in response to the environment [abstract]. Agronomy Abstracts. Paper no. A03-stockle537550-oral.
THE ALMANAC MODEL'S SENSITIVITY TO INPUT VARIABLES -
Xie, Y., Kiniry, J.R., Williams, J.R. 2003. The Almanac Model's Sensitivity to Input Variables. Agricultural Systems. 76:1-16.
EVALUATING DIFFERENT NDVI COMPOSITE TECHNIQUES USING NOAA-14 AVHRR DATA -
Chen, P.-Y., Srinivasan, R., Fedosejevs, G., Kiniry, J.R. 2003. Evaluating Different NDVI Composite Techniques Using NOAA-14 AVHRR Data. International Journal of Remote Sensing. 24(17):3403-3412.
SIMULATING GRASS PRODUCTIVITY ON DIVERSE RANGE SITES IN TEXAS -
SIMILARITY OF MAIZE SEED NUMBER RESPONSES FOR A DIVERSE SET OF SITES -
Kiniry, J.R., Xie, Y., Gerik, T.J. 2002. Similarity of maize seed number responses for a diverse set of sites. Agronomie. 22:265-272.
RICE PARAMETERS DESCRIBING CROP PERFORMANCE OF FOUR U.S. CULTIVARS -
A REVIEW ON THE DEVELOPMENT OF CROP MODELING AND ITS APPLICATION -
MAIZE AND SORGHUM SIMULATIONS WITH CERES-MAIZE, SORKAM, AND ALMANAC UNDER WATER-LIMITING CONDITIONS -
RADIATION USE EFFICIENCY AND LEAF CO2 EXCHANGE FOR DIVERSE C4 GRASSES -
PHYLLOCHRON RESPONDS TO ACCLIMATION TO TEMPERATURE AND IRRADIANCE IN MAIZE -
BIOMASS ACCUMULATION AND RADIATION USE EFFICIENCY OF HONEY MESQUITE AND EASTERN RED CEDAR -
MAIZE AND SORGHUM SIMULATION IN DIVERSE TEXAS ENVIRONMENTS -
MODELLING CROP: WEED INTERACTIONS IN WHEAT WITH ALMANAC -
APPLICATION OF EPIC MODEL TO NITROGEN CYCLING IN IRRIGATED PROCESSING TOMATOES UNDER DIFFERENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS -
APPLICATION OF EPIC MODEL TO NITROGEN CYCLING IN IRRIGATED PROCESSING TOMATOES UNDER DIFFERENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS -
EVALUATION OF TWO MAIZE MODELS FOR NINE U.S. LOCATIONS -
CHAMBER AND MICROMETEOROLOGICAL MEASUREMENTS OF CO2 AND H20 FLUXES FOR THREE C4 GRASSES -
TEMPORAL AND SPATIAL SCALING FROM INDIVIDUAL TREES TO PLANTATIONS: A MODELING STRATEGY -
SIMULATING 'ALAMO' SWITCHGRASS WITH THE ALMANAC MODEL -
SIMULATION MAIZE AND SORGHUM YIELDS IN TEXAS WITH ALMANAC -
TEMPORAL AND SPATIAL SCALING FROM INDIVIDUAL TREES TO PLANTATIONS: A MODELING STRATEGY -
APPLICATION OF EPIC WITHIN AN INTEGRATED MODELLING SYSTEM TO EVALUATE SOIL EROSION IN THE CANADIAN PRAIRIES -
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