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Connan, R., Dabert, P., Le Roux, S., Chapleur, O., Bridoux, G., Vanotti, M.B., Beline, F., Magri, A. 2017. Characterization of a combined batch-continuous procedure for the culture of anammox biomass. Ecological Engineering. 106:231-241.
Ducey, T.F., Collins, J.C., Ro, K.S., Woodbury, B.L., Griffin, D. 2017. Hydrothermal carbonization of livestock mortality for the reduction of pathogens and microbially-derived DNA. Frontiers of Environmental Science & Engineering. 11(3):9.
Edralin, D.L., Sigua, G.C., Reyes, M.R., Mulvaney, M.J., Andrews, S.S. 2017. Conservation agriculture improves yield and reduces weeding activity in sandy soils of Cambodia. Agronomy for Sustainable Development. 37:52. https://doi.org/10.1007/s13593-017-0461-7.
Han, L., Ro, K.S., Sun, K., Wang, Z., Sun, H., Libra, J.A., Xing, B. 2016. New evidence for high sorption capacity of hydrochar for hydrophobic organic pollutants. Journal of Environmental Science and Technology. doi: 10.1021/acs.est.6b02401.
Han, L., Sun, H., Ro, K.S., Sun, K., Libra, J., Xing, B. 2017. Removal of antimony (III) and cadmium (II) from aqueous solution using animal manure-derived hydrochars and pyrochars. Bioresource Technology. 234: 77-85.
Idowu, I., Liang, L., Flora, J., Pellechia, P.J., Darko, S.A., Ro, K.S., Berge, N.D. 2017. Hydrothermal carbonization of food waste for nutrient recovery and resuse. Waste Management.
Ippolito, J.A., Berry, C.M., Strawn, D.G., Novak, J.M., Levine, J., Harley, A. 2017. Biochars reduce mine land soil bioavailable metals. Journal of Environmental Quality. 46:411-419.
Jenkins, J.N., McCarty Jr, J.C., Campbell, B.T., Hayes, R.W., Wu, J., Saha, S., Stelly, D. 2017. Genetic effects of chromosomes 01, 04, and 18 from three tetraploid gossypium species in topcrosses with five elite cultivars. Crop Science. 57:1338-1346.
Jenkins, J.N., Mccarty Jr, J.C., Campbell, B.T., Hayes, R.W., Wu, J., Saha, S., Stelly, D.M. 2017. Genotypic comparisons of chromosomes 01, 04 and 18 from three tetraploid species of gossypium in topcrosses with five elite cultivars of G. hirsutum L. Euphytica. 213:107.
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Miller, J.O., Ducey, T.F., Brigman Jr, P.W., Ogg, C.O., Hunt, P.G. 2017. Greenhouse gas emissions and denitrification within depressional wetlands of the southeastern US coastal plain in an agricultural landscape. Wetlands. 37(1):33-43.
Nash, P.R., Gollany, H.T., Novak, J.M., Bauer, P.J., Hunt, P.G., Karlen, D.L. 2017. Simulated soil organic carbon response to tillage, yield, and climate change in the southeastern Coastal Plains. Journal of Environmental Quality. doi:10.2134/jeq2017.05.0190.
Randolph, P., Bansode, R., Hassan, O., Rehrah, D., Ravella, R., Reddy, M., Watts, D.W., Novak, J.M., Ahmedna, M. 2017. Effects of biochars produced from solid organic municipal waste on soil quality parameters. Journal of Environmental Management. 192:271-280.
Ro, K.S., Flora, J., Bae, S., Libra, J.A., Berge, N., Alvarez-Murillo, A. 2017. Properties of animal-manure based hydrochars and predictions using published models. ACS Sustainable Chemistry & Engineering. 5:7317-7324..
Ro, K.S., Moore Jr, P.A., Szogi, A.A., Millner, P.D. 2017. Ammonia and nitrous oxide emissions from broiler houses with downtime windrowed litter. Journal of Environmental Quality. 498-504.
Saha, S., Wu, J., Jenkins, J.N., Mccarty Jr, J.C., Campbell, B.T., Hayes, R.W., Stelly, D.M. 2017. Tri-species shuffling of chromosomes to study the effects on fiber traits using chromosome substitution lines. Crop Science. 57(3):1211-1226.
Sigua, G.C., Stone, K.C., Bauer, P.J., Szogi, A.A. 2017. Phosphorus dynamics and phosphatase activity of soils under corn production with supplemental irrigation in humid coastal plain region, USA. Nutr Cycl Agroecosyst 109:249–267.
Sigua, G.C., Stone, K.C., Bauer, P.J., Szogi, A.A., Shumaker, P.D. 2017. Impact of irrigation scheduling on pore water nitrate and phosphate in coastal plains soils with corn production. Agricultural Water Management. 186:75-85.
Vanotti, M.B., Dube, P., Szogi, A.A., Garcia-Gonzalez, M.C. 2017. Recovery of ammonia and phosphate minerals from swine wastewater using gas-permeable membranes. Water Research. 112:137-146.