2020 Publications

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9 Publications

2020

Working across scales to project soil biogeochemical responses to climate. Billings, S.A., Sullivan, P.L. (2020): In: Yang, Y., Keiluweit, M., Senesi, N., Xing, B., eds. Multi-Scale Biogeochemical Processes in Soil Ecosystems: Critical Reactions and Resilience to Climate Changes, Vol. 5 in IUPAC Series on Biophysico-Chemical Processes in Environmental Systems, Wiley

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Persistent anthropogenic legacies structure depth dependence of regenerating rooting systems and their functions. Hauser, Emma, Daniel D. Richter, Daniel Markewitz, Zachary Brecheisen, and Sharon A. Billings (2020): Biogeochemistry 147: 259-275

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Geology of the Calhoun Critical Zone Observatory. Jordan, Barrett (2020): Master's Thesis, University of Georgia

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Game changer in soil science The Anthropocene in soil science and pedology. Richter, Daniel D. (2020): Journal of Plant Nutrition and Soil Science 183 (1): 5-11

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Ansichten der Calzone: Views of the Calhoun Critical Zone Observatory. Richter, Daniel D., and Sharon A. Billings (2020): In: Critical Zones: The Science and Politics of Landing on Earth, Editors: Bruno Latour & Peter Weibel, ZKM | Center for Art and Media, distributed by The MIT Press

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Soil production and the soil geomorphology legacy of Grove Karl Gilbert. Richter, Daniel D., Martha-Cary Eppes, Jason C. Austin, Allan R. Bacon, Sharon A. Billings, Zachary Brecheisen, Terry A. Ferguson, Daniel Markewitz, Julio Pachon, Paul A. Schroeder, Anna M. Wade (2020): Soil Science Society of America Journal, in press

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Mapping depth to the argillic horizon on historically farmed soil currently under forests. Ryland, Rachel C., Aaron Thompson, Lori A.Sutter, Daniel Markewitz (2020): Geoderma 369, Article 114291

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Limited carbon contents of centuries old soils forming in legacy sediment. Wade, A., D.D. Richter, A. Cherkinsky, C.B. Craft, P.R. Heine (2020): Geomorphology 354: 107018