Recent Publications by Graduate Student Members
It's no secret that graduate students work hard. We like to celebrate the accomplishments of our student members. Following is a list of recent publications by our current and recent graduate student members.
- Abdullah Alhameid, Mostafa Ibrahim, Sandeep Kumar, Peter Sexton, and Thomas Schumacher. (2017). Soil Organic Carbon Changes Impacted by Crop Rotational Diversity under No-Till Farming in South Dakota, USA. SSSAJ. (DOI: 10.2136/sssaj2016.04.0121).
- Ibrahim, M. A., Alhameid, A. H., Kumar, S., Chintala, R., & Sexton, P. (2015). Long-Term Tillage and Crop Rotation Impacts on a Northern Great Plains mollisol. Adv Crop Sci Tech, 3(178), 2.
- Alhameid, A. H., and A. A. Al-Naeem. "Spatial Pattern of Groundwater Quality and its Impact on Pipes and Wells Equipment Corrosion in AI-Hassa Oasis Kingdom of Saudi." Trends in Applied Sciences Research 9.9 (2014): 545-556.
- Abdullah H. Alhameid and Ahmed A. Al-Naeem, 2013. Assessment of Groundwater Quality of Dammam Aquifer on Corrosion of Well Casing and Other Equipment in Al-ahsa Oasis” Trends in Applied Sciences Research, 8: 1-13.
- Book Chapter: Abdullah Alhameid, Colin Tobin, Amadou Maiga, Sandeep Kumar, Shannon Osborne, and Thomas Schumacher. (2017). Intensified agroecosystem and change (sources and sinks) in soil carbon dynamics, Chapter 9, book title; “Soil Health and Intensification of Agroecosystems”. Elsevier.
- Schneider, H; Wojciechowski, T; Postma, J; Brown, K; Lücke, A; Zeisler, V; Schreiber, L; Lynch, J. Root cortical senescence decreases root metabolic costs and radial water and nutrient transport in barley. Plant, Cell, and Environment, DOI: 10.1111/pce.12933
- Schneider, H; Postma, J; Wojciechowski, T; Lynch, J. Root Cortical Senescence Improves Barley Growth under Suboptimal Availability of Nitrogen, Phosphorus, and Potassium. Plant Physiology, DOI: https://doi.org/10.1104/pp.17.00648
- Zhan A, Schneider H, & Lynch, J. 2015. Reduced lateral root branching density improves drought tolerance in maize. Plant Physiology, pp-00187.
- Das, A; Schneider H; Burridge, J; Ascanio, K; Wojciechowski, T; Topp, C.; Lynch, J.; Weitz, JBucksch, A 2015. Digital Imaging of Root Traits (DIRT): a high-throughput computing and collaboration platform for field-based plant phenomics. Plant Methods, 11(51), pp.1–12.
- Burridge, J; Schneider, H; Bao-Lam H; Roberts, P.; Bucksch, A; Lynch, J. 2016. Genome-wide association mapping and agronomic impact of cowpea root architecture. Theoretical and Applied Genetics 130(2) 419-431.
- Bucksch, A; Das, A; Schneider, H; Merchant, N; Weitz, J. 2016. Liebig’s Law of the Minima and the Law of the Hidden in Cyberinfrastructures-Toward Building a Responsive and Sustainable Plant Cyberinfrastructure. Trends in Plant Science, 22(2) pp117-123.
- Sandhu, S. S., and S. Kumar. 2017. Impact of Three Types of Biochar on the Hydrological Properties of Eroded and Depositional Landscape Positions. Soil Science Society of America Journal. doi:10.2136/sssaj2016.07.0230
- Sandhu, S.S., D.A. Ussiri, S. Kumar, R. Chintala, S.K. Papiernik, D.D. Malo, and T.E. Schumacher. 2017. Analyzing the impacts of three types of biochar on soil carbon fractions and physiochemical properties in a corn-soybean rotation. Chemosphere. Volume 184, Pages 473-481.
- Chintala, R., R.K. Owen, T.E. Schumacher, K.A. Spokas, L.M. McDonald, S. Kumar, D.E. Clay, D.D. Malo, and B. Bleakley. 2014. Denitrification kinetics on biomass and biochar amended soils on different landscape positions. Environ Sci Pollut Res. DOI: 10.1007/s11356-014-3762-2.
- Nico, M., C.M. Ribaudo, J.I. Gori, M.L. Cantore, J.A. Cura. 2012. Phosphate uptake and vegetative growth promotion in glucose exuding plants (Oryza sativa) inoculated with Plant Growth Promoting Bacteria. Applied Soil Ecology 61:190-195.
- Nico, M., D.J. Miralles, A.G. Kantolic. 2015. Post-flowering photoperiod and radiation interaction in soybean yield determination: Direct and indirect photoperiodic effects. Field Crops Research 176:45-55.
- Nico, M., A.I. Mantese, D.J. Miralles, A.G. Kantolic. 2016. Soybean fruit development and set at the node level under combined photoperiod and radiation conditions. Journal of Experimental Botany 67:365–377.
- Sintim, H.Y., A.T. Adjesiwor, V.D. Zheljazkov, M.A. Islam, and A.K. Obour. 2016. Nitrogen Application in Sainfoin under Rain-Fed Conditions in Wyoming: Productivity and Cost Implications. Agron. J. 108:294–300.
- Sintim, H.Y., V.D. Zheljazkov, A.K. Obour, and A. Garcia y Garcia. 2016. Managing Harvest Time to Control Pod Shattering in Oilseed Camelina. Agron. J. 108:489–494.
- Sintim, H.Y., V.D. Zheljazkov, A.K. Obour, A. Garcia y Garcia, and T.K. Foulke. 2015. Influence of nitrogen and sulfur application on camelina performance under dryland conditions. Ind. Crops Prod. 70:253–259.
- Vero, S.E., Antille, D.L., Lalor, S.T.J. and Holden, N.M. Field evaluation of soil moisture deficit thresholds for limits to trafficability with slurry spreading equipment on grassland. 2013. Soil Use and Management.
- Vero, S.E., Ibrahim, T.G., Creamer, R.E., Grant, J., Healy, M.G., Henry, T., Kramers, G., Richards, K.G., Fenton, O., 2014. Consequences of varied soil hydraulic and meteorological complexity on unsaturated zone time lag estimates. Journal of Contaminant Hydrology. 170: 53-67
- Fenton, O., Vero, S.E., Ibrahim, T.G., Murphy, P.N.C., Sherriff, S.C. and Ó hUallachain, D. 2015. Consequences of using different soil texture determination methodologies for soil physical quality and unsaturated zone time lag estimates. Journal of Contaminant Hydrology. 162: 16-24
If you are a graduate student member, you can have your publications listed here by submitting them to Ekrem Ozlu (firstname.lastname@example.org). Please follow the same formatting as above.