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  1. Kopp, M., D. Alving, T. Blackman, M. Kaye, J. Duncan, and J. Kaye. 2023. Critical zone perspectives for managing changing forests. Forest Ecology and Management, 528, p.120627.

  2. Hodges, C., J. Regan, B. Forsythe, D. Oakley, J. Kaye, and S. Brantley. 2023. Using fixed-potential electrodes to quantify iron and manganese redox cycling in upland soils. Biogeochemistry 162:25–42.

  3. King, W., S. Richards, L. Kaminsky, B. Bradley, J. Kaye, and T. Bell. 2023. Leveraging microbiome rediversification for the ecological rescue of soil function. Environmental Microbiome 18, 7.

  4. Kopp, M., Kaye, J., Smeglin, Y.H., Adams, T., Primka, E.J., Bradley, B., Shi, Y. and Eissenstat, D., 2022. Topography Mediates the Response of Soil CO2 Efflux to Precipitation Over Days, Seasons, and Years. Ecosystems.

  5. Isbell, S.A., Alonso‐Ayuso, M., Bell, T.H., Bradley, B., Rowles, T. and Kaye, J.P., 2022. Nitrogen services provided by interseeded cover crops in organic corn systems. Agronomy Journal, 114:2458-2472.

  6. Stratton, C.A., Ray, S., Bradley, B.A., Kaye, J.P., Ali, J.G. and Murrell, E.G., 2022. Nutrition vs association: plant defenses are altered by arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi association not by nutritional provisioning alone. BMC Plant Biology, 22: 1-10.

  7. Kleinman, P.J., D.L. Osmond, L.E. Christianson, D.N. Flaten, J.A. Ippolito, H.P. Jarvie, J.P. Kaye, K.W. King, A.B. Leytem, J.M. McGrath, N.O. Nelson, A.L. Shober, D. R. Smith, K.W. Staver, and A.N. Sharpley. 2022. Addressing conservation practice limitations and trade-offs for reducing phosphorus loss from agricultural fields. Agricultural and Environmental Letters. DOI: 10.1002/ael2.20084

  8. Zhang, Z, J.P. Kaye, B.A. Bradley, J.P. Amsili, V. Suseela. 2022. Cover crop functional types differentially alter the content and composition of soil organic carbon in particulate and mineral-associated fractions. Global Change Biology 28: 5831-5848. DOI: 10.1111/gcb.16296

  9. King, W, L Kaminsky, S Richards, B Bradley, J Kaye, and T Bell. 2022. Farm-scale differentiation of active microbial colonizers. ISME Communications 2: 39.

  10. Ray S, N Wenner, O Ankoma-Darko, JP Kaye, G Kuldau, and J Ali. 2022. Cover crop selection affects maize susceptibility to the fungal pathogen Fusarium verticillioides. Pedobiologia 91–92: 150806

  11. Ortiz, A., Jin, L., Ogrinc, N., Kaye, J., Krajnc, B. and Ma, L. 2022. Dryland irrigation increases accumulation rates of pedogenic carbonate and releases soil abiotic CO2. Scientific Reports. DOI: 10.1038/s41598-021-04226-39daa7e9c-5f9e-4a11-9383- a10a2a3cc070

  12. Hodges, C., N. Carpenter, B. Forsythe, S.L. Brantley, J. Kaye. 2021. Carbon dioxide flux partitioning in a calcareous watershed with agricultural impacts. Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences 126 (10), e2021JG006379.

  13. Marcon, V, NE Hoagland, X Gu, W Liu, JP Kaye, Roman A. DiBiase, and SL Brantley 2021. How the capacity of bedrock to collect dust and produce soil affects phosphorus bioavailability in the northern Appalachian Mountains of Pennsylvania. Earth Surf. Process. Landforms.46:2807–2823.

  14. Davidson-Lowe E, S Ray, EG Murrell, JP Kaye JP, JG Ali. 2021. Cover crop soil legacies alter phytochemistry and resistance to fall armyworm (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae) in maize. Environmental Entomology 50 (4), 958-967.

  15. Saha, D, JP Kaye, A Bohmik, MA Bruns, J Wallace, A Kemanian. 2021. Organic fertility inputs synergistically increase denitrification-derived nitrous oxide emissions in agroecosystems. Ecological Applications 31(7):e02403. 10.1002/eap.2403

  16. Morris, A, S Isbell, D Saha, and JP Kaye. 2021. Mitigating nitrogen pollution with under-sown legume-grass cover crop mixtures in winter cereals. Journal of Environmental Quality 50: 324-335.

  17. Baraibar, B., C. White, M. Hunter, D.M. Finney, M.E. Barbercheck, J.P. Kaye, W.S. Curran, J. Bunchek, and D. Mortensen. 2021. Weeds in cover crops: context and management considerations. Agriculture 11: 193.

  18. Isbell,S., B. Bradley, A. Morris, J. Wallace, and J.P. Kaye. 2021. Nitrogen dynamics in grain cropping systems integrating multiple ecologically-based management strategies. Ecosphere. 12(2):e03380. 10.1002/ecs2. 3380

  19. White, C.M., D.M. Finney, A.R. Kemanian, J.P. Kaye. 2020. Modeling the contributions of nitrogen mineralization to yield of corn. Agronomy Journal,

  20. McConnell, CA, JP Kaye, and AR Kemanian. 2020. Review and Synthesis: Ironing out wrinkles in the soil phosphorus cycling paradigm. Biogeosciences 17: 5309–5333.

  21. Dove, N., K. Arogyaswamy, S. Billings, J. Botthoff, C. Carey, C. Cisco, J. DeForest, D. Fairbanks, N. Fierer, R. Gallery, J. Kaye, K. Lohse, M. Maltz, E. Mayorga, J. Pett-Ridge, W. Yang, S. Hart, E. Aronson. 2020. Continental-scale patterns of extracellular enzyme activity in the subsoil: an overlooked reservoir of microbial activity. Environmental Research Letters. In press.

  22. Amisli, J.P. and J.P. Kaye. 2020. Root traits of cover crops and carbon inputs in an organic grain rotation. Renewable Agriculture and Food Systems. 1-10. (Abstract)

  23. Baraibar, B. EG Murrell, BA Bradley, ME Barbercheck, DA Mortensen, JP Kaye, CM White. 2020. Cover crop mixture expression is influenced by nitrogen availability and growing degree days. PLOS ONE 15(7): e0235868. (Open Access)

  24. Wallace, J., S. Isbell, R. Hoover, M. Barbercheck, J. Kaye, and W. Curran. 2020. Drill and broadcast establishment methods influence interseeded cover crop performance in organic corn. Renewable Agriculture and Food Systems

  25. Cloutier M, Murrell EG, Barbercheck ME, Kaye JP, Finney DM, González IG, Bruns MA. 2020. Fungal community shifts in soils with varied cover crop treatments and edaphic properties. Scientific Reports. 10:6198 (Open Access)

  26. Smeglin, Y, K Davis, Y Shi, D Eissenstat, J Kaye, and M Kaye. 2020. Observing and simulating spatial variations of forest carbon stocks in complex terrain. Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences 125, e2019JG005160. (Open Access)

  27. Kaye, JP, SL Brantley, J Zan Williams, and the CZO Team. 2019. Ideas and perspectives: Proposed best practices for collaboration at cross-disciplinary observatories. Biogeosciences 16: 4661-4669. (Open Access)

  28. White, C.W., B. Bradley, D.M. Finney, and J.P. Kaye. 2019. Predicting cover crop nitrogen content with a handheld normalized difference vegetation index meter. Agricultural and Environmental Letters 4:190031. (Open Access)

  29. Hodges, C., H. Kim, S. L. Brantley, J. Kaye. 2019. Soil CO2 and O2 concentrations illuminate the relative importance of weathering and respiration to seasonal soil gas fluctuations. 2019. Soil Science Society of America Journal. 83:1167-1180. doi: 10.2136/sssaj2019.02.0049 (Abstract)

  30. Brewer T.E., E.L. Aronson, K. Arogyaswamy, S.A. Billings, J.K. Botthoff, A.N. Campbell, N.C. Dove, D. Fairbanks, R.E. Gallery, S.C. Hart, J. Kaye, G. King, G. Logan, K.A. Lohse, M.R. Maltz, E. Mayorga, C. O'Neill, S.M. Owens, A. Packman, J. Pett-Ridge, A.F. Plante, D.D. Richter, W.L. Silver, W.H. Yang, N. Fierer. 2019. Ecological and genomic attributes of novel bacterial taxa that thrive in subsurface soil horizons. mBio 10:e01318-19.

  31. Kizewski, F.R., J.P. Kaye, and C.E. Martínez. 2019. Nitrate transformation and immobilization in particulate organic matter incubations: Influence of redox, iron and (a)biotic conditions. PLoS ONE 14 (7): e0218752. pone.0218752

  32. Zhi, W., L. Li, W. Dong, W. Brown, J. Kaye, C. Steefel, and K.H. Williams. 2019. Distinct source water chemistry shapes contrasting concentration‐discharge patterns. Water Resources Research, 55:4233-4251.

  33. Hunter, M., C.M. White, J.P. Kaye, and A.R. Kemanian. 2019. Ground-truthing a recent report of cover-crop-induced winter warming. Agricultural and Environmental Letters. doi: 10.2134/ael2019.03.0007

  34. Kaye, J.P, D. Finney, C. White, B. Bradley, M. Schipanski, M. Alonso-Ayuso, M. Hunter, M. Burgess, and C. Mejia. 2019. Managing nitrogen through cover crop species selection in the U.S. mid-Atlantic. Plos One 14(4): e0215448.

  35. Sullivan, P. L., Y. Goddéris, Y. Shi, X. Gu, J. Schott, E.A. Hasenmueller, J.P. Kaye, C. Duffy, H. Lin, and S. Brantley. 2019. Exploring the effect of aspect to inform future earthcasts of climate‐driven changes in weathering of shale. Journal of Geophysical Research: Earth Surface, 124. https://

  36. Hunter, M.C., Schipanski, M.E., Burgess, M.H., LaChance, J.C., Bradley, B.A., Barbercheck, M.E., Kaye, J.P., and D.A. Mortensen. 2019. Cover crop mixture effects on maize, soybean, and wheat yield in rotation. Agricultural and Environmental Letters 4:180051. doi:10.2134/ael2018.10.0051

  37. Murrell E.G., Ray S., Lemmon M.E., Luthe D.S., Kaye J.P. 2019. Cover crop species affect mycorrhizae-mediated nutrient uptake and pest resistance in maize. Renewable Agriculture and Food Systems.

  38. Hoagland, B., C. Schmidt, T. Russo, R. Adams, J. Kaye. 2019. Controls on nitrogen transformation rates on restored floodplains along the Cosumnes River, California. Science of the Total Environment 649: 979-994

  39. Weitzman, J. N., and J.P. Kaye. 2018. Nitrogen budget and topographic controls on nitrous oxide in a shale-based watershed. Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences, 123.

  40. Li, L., R.A. DiBiase, J. Del Vecchio, V. Marcon, B. Hoagland, D. Xiao, C. Wayman, Q. Tang, Y. He, P. Silverhart, I. Szink, B. Forsythe, J.Z. Williams, D. Shapich, G.J. Mount, J. Kaye, L. Guo, H. Lin, D. Eissenstat, A. Dere, K. Brubaker, M. Kaye, K.J. Davis, T. Russo, and S.L. Brantley. 2018. The effect of lithology and agriculture at the Susquehanna Shale Hills Critical Zone Observatory. Vadose Zone J. 17:180063. doi:10.2136/vzj2018.03.0063

  41. Brantley, S.L., T. White, N. West, J.Z. Williams, B. Forsythe, D. Shapich, J. Kaye, H. Lin, Y. Shi, M. Kaye, E. Herndon, K.J. Davis, Y. He, D. Eissenstat, J. Weitzman, R. DiBiase, L. Li, W. Reed, K. Brubaker, and X. Gu. 2018. Susquehanna Shale Hills Critical Zone Observatory: Shale Hills in the context of Shaver's Creek watershed. Vadose Zone J. 17:180092. doi:10.2136/vzj2018.04.0092

  42. Baraibar B., D. Mortensen, M. Hunter, M. Barbercheck, J. Kaye, D Finney, W. Curran, J. Bunchek, and C. White. 2018. Growing degree days and cover crop type explain weed biomass in winter cover crops. Agronomy for Sustainable Development 38:65

  43. Hoagland, B., T.A. Russo, X. Gu, L. Hill, J. Kaye, B. Forsythe, and S. L. Brantley. 2017. Hyporheic zone influences on concentration-discharge relationships in a headwater sandstone stream. Water Resour. Res. 53: 4643-4667. doi:10.1002/2016WR019717 (Abstract)

  44. Rosenzweig, S.T., M.E. Schipanski, and J.P. Kaye. 2017. Rhizosphere priming and plant-mediated cover crop decomposition. Plant and Soil 417: 127-139 (Abstract)
  45. Finney, D., E. Murrell, C. White, B. Baraibar, M. Barbercheck, B. Bradley, S. Cornelisse, M. Hunter, J. Kaye, D. Mortensen, C. Mullen, and M. Schipanski. 2017. Ecosystem services and disservices are bundled in simple and diverse cover cropping systems. Agricultural and Environmental Letters. doi: 10.2134/ael2017.09.0033 (Open Access)
  46. Hasenmueller, E, X. Gu, J. Weitzman, T. Adams, G. Stinchcomb, D. Eissenstat, P. Drohan, S. Brantley, and J. Kaye. 2017. Weathering of rock to regolith: The activity of deep roots in bedrock fractures. Geoderma 300:11-31. (Abstract)
  47. Kaye, J.P., and M. Quemada. 2017. Using cover crops to mitigate and adapt to climate change: A review. Agronomy for Sustainable Development 37. DOI 10.1007/s13593-016-0410-x (Read full article)
  48. Finney, D.M. and J.P. Kaye. 2017. Functional diversity in cover crop polycultures increases multifunctionality of an agricultural system. Journal of Applied Ecology. doi: 10.1111/1365-2664.12765. (Abstract)
  49. White, C.M., S.T. DuPont, M. Hautau, D. Hartman, D. Finney, B. Bradley, J. LaChance, and J. Kaye. 2017. Managing the trade off between nitrogen supply and retention with cover crop mixtures. Agric. Ecosyst. Environ. 237, 121-133. doi:10.1016/j.agee.2016.12.016 (Abstract)
  50. Schipanski, M., M.E. Barbercheck, E.G. Murrell, J. Harper, D.M. Finney, J.P. Kaye, R.E. Smith, and D.A. Mortensen. 2017. Rotation strategies for balancing multiple objectives in organic feed and forage cropping systems. Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment. 239:219-227. (Abstract)
  51. Murrell, E.G., M.E. Schipanski, D.M. Finney, M.C. Hunter, M. Burgess, J.C. LaChance, B. Baraibar, C.M. White, D.A. Mortensen, and J.P. Kaye. 2017. Achieving diverse cover crop mixtures: Effects of planting date and seeding rate. Agronomy Journal, 109:259-271. doi:10.2134/agronj2016.03.0174. (Abstract)
  52. Finney, D.M., J.S. Buyer, and J.P. Kaye. 2017. Living cover crops have immediate impacts on soil microbial community structure and function. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation. July/August 2017 vol. 72 no. 4 361-373. doi: 10.2489/jswc.72.4.361. (Abstract)
  53. Kaye, J.P., M.W. Kaye, S.C. Hart, W.W. Covington, and P.Z. Fulé. 2016. Slow carbon and nutrient accumulation in trees established after fire exclusion in the southwestern United States. Ecological Applications 26: 2402-2413. doi: 10.1002/eap.1407 (Abstract)
  54. Saha, D., B. Rau, J.P. Kaye, F. Montes, P.R. Adler, and A.R. Kemanian. 2016. Landscape control of nitrous oxide emissions during the transition from conservation reserve program to perennial grasses for bioenergy. Global Change Biology Bioenergy 9:783-795. doi: 10.1111/gcbb.12395.(Open Access)
  55. Weitzman, J.N., and J.P. Kaye. 2016. Nitrate retention capacity of milldam-impacted legacy sediments and relict A horizon soils. SOIL 3: 95-112 (Open Access)
  56. Weitzman, J.N, and J.P. Kaye. 2016. Variability in nitrogen and carbon cycling across forest, urban and agricultural land uses. Ecosystems 19:1345-1361. doi: 10.1007/s10021-016-0007-x. (Abstract)
  57. White, C.M., A. Kemanian, D.M. Finney, and J.P. Kaye. 2016. A data-model fusion approach for predicting cover crop nitrogen supply to corn. Agronomy Journal. 108:2527-2540. (Open Access)
  58. Brantley, S., R. DiBiase, T. Russo, Y. Shi, H. Lin, K. J. Davis, M. Kaye, L. Hill, J. Kaye, D. Eissenstat, B. Hoagland, A. Dere, A. L. Neal, K. Brubaker, D. Arthur. 2016. Designing a suite of measurements to understand the critical zone. Earth Surface Dynamics 4:211-235. (Open Access)
  59. Finney, D., C. White, and J. Kaye. 2016. Biomass production and carbon:nitrogen ratio influence ecosystem services from cover crop mixtures. Agronomy Journal 108:39-52. (Open Access)
  60. Wiechmann, M., M. Hurteau, J. Kaye, and J. Miesel. 2015. Charcoal C content following prescribed burning in a mixed-conifer forest, Sierra Nevada, California. PLOS ONE 10(8): e0135014. (Open Access)
  61. Hasenmueller, E., L. Jin, G. Stinchcomb, H. Lin, S. Brantley, J.P. Kaye. 2015. Topographic controls on the depth distribution of soil CO2 in a small temperate watershed. Applied Geochemistry 63:58-69. (Open Access)
  62. Finney, D.M., Eckert, S.E., and J.P.Kaye. 2015. Drivers of nitrogen dynamics in ecologically based agriculture revealed by long-term, high frequency field measurements. Ecological Applications 25:2210-2227. (Abstract)
  63. Yu, Xuan, C. Duffy, J. Kaye, W. Crow, G. Bhatt, Y. Shi. 2015. Chapter 31. Watershed Reanalysis of Water and Carbon Cycle Models at a Critical Zone Observatory. In: V. Lakshmi (ed.), Remote Sensing of the Terrestrial Water Cycle, Geophysical Monograph, 206. AGU Books. (Abstract)
  64. Lewis, D., M. Castellano, and J.P. Kaye. 2014. Forest succession, soil carbon accumulation, and rapid nitrogen storage poorly-remineralized soil organic matter. Ecology 95:2687-2693. (Abstract)
  65. Jin, L., N. Ogrinc, T. Yesavage, E. Hasenmueller, L. Ma, P. Sullivan, J. Kaye, C. Duffy, and S. Brantley. 2014. The CO2 consumption potential of gray shale weathering: insights from the evolution of carbon isotopes in the Susquehanna Shale Hills critical zone observatory. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 142:260-280. (Abstract)
  66. McDaniel, M., J. Kaye, M. Kaye. 2014. Do "hot moments" become hotter under climate change?: Soil nitrogen dynamics from a climate manipulation experiment in a post-harvest forest. Biogeochemistry 121:339-354. (Abstract)
  67. White, C., Kemanian, A. and J. Kaye. 2014. Implications of carbon model structure for simulated nitrogen mineralization dynamics. Biogeosciences 11:9667-9695. (Open Access)
  68. Weitzman, J., K. Forshay, J.P. Kaye, and R. Walter. 2014. Potential nitrogen and carbon processing in a landscape rich in mill dam legacy sediments. Biogeochemistry 120:337-357. (Abstract)
  69. Schipanski, M., R.G. Smith, T.L. Pisani-Gareau, R. Jabbour, D.B. Lewis, M.E. Barbercheck, D.A. Mortensen, J.P. Kaye. 2014. Multivariate relationships influencing crop yields during the transition to organic management. Agriculture Ecosystems and Environment 189:119-126. (Abstract)
  70. Lewis, D. B., J. P. Kaye, and A. P. Kinzig. 2014. Legacies of agriculture and urbanization in labile and stable organic carbon and nitrogen in Sonoran Desert soils. Ecosphere 5(5):59. (Open Access)
  71. Kurth, V., S. Hart, C. Ross, J. Kaye, P. Fule. 2014. Stand-replacing wildfires increase nitrification for decades in southwestern ponderosa pine forests. Oecologia 174:395-407. (Abstract)
  72. McDaniel, M.D., J.P. Kaye, M.W. Kaye, and M.A. Bruns. 2014. Climate change interactions affect soil CO2 efflux and microbial functioning in a post-harvest forest. Oecologia 174:1437-1448. (Abstract)
  73. Schipanski, M., M. Barbercheck, M.R. Douglas, D.M. Finney, K. Haider, J.P. Kaye, A.R. Kemanian, D.A. Mortensen, M.R. Ryan, J. Tooker, and C.M. White. 2014. A conceptual framework for evaluating ecosystem services provided by cover crops in agroecosystems. Agricultural Systems 125:12-22. (Abstract)
  74. Lee, C., G.W. Feyereisen, A.N. Hristov, C.J. Dell, J.P. Kaye, and D. Beegle. 2014. Effect of dietary protein concentration on utilization of dairy manure nitrogen for plant growth, leachate nitrate losses, and ammonia emissions from lysimeters. Journal of Environmental Quality 43:398-408. (Abstract)
  75. McDaniel, M.D., R.J. Wagner, C.R. Rollinson, B.A. Kimball, M.W. Kaye, and J.P. Kaye. 2014. Microclimate and ecological threshold responses in a warming and wetting experiment following whole-tree harvest in central Pennsylvania. Theoretical and Applied Climatology 116:287-299. (Abstract)
  76. Zhang, Y., Y. Qian, D. Bremer, J. Kaye, and W.J. Parton. 2013. Simulation of N2O Emissions and estimation of global warming potential in turfgrass systems using the DAYCENT model. Journal of Environmental Quality 42: 1100-1108. (Open Access)
  77. Castellano, M., D. Lewis, and J.P. Kaye. 2013. Response of soil nitrogen retention to the interactive effects of soil texture, hydrology, and organic matter. JGR-Biogeosciences 118:280-290. (Open Access)
  78. McDaniel, M., J. Kaye, and M. Kaye. 2013. Increased temperature and precipitation had limited effects on soil extracellular enzyme activities in a post-harvest forest. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 56: 90-98. (Abstract)
  79. Ross, C., J.P. Kaye, M.W. Kaye, V.J. Kurth, R. Brimmer, S.C. Hart, and P.Z. Fule. 2012. Ecosystem carbon remains low for three decades following fire and constrains soil CO2 responses to precipitation in southwestern ponderosa pine forests. Ecosystems 15: 725-740. (Abstract)
  80. Sponseller, R., S. Hall, D. Huber, N. Grimm, J. Kaye, C. Clark, and S. Collins. 2012. Variation in monsoon precipitation drives spatial and temporal patterns of Larrea tridentata growth in the Sonoran Desert. Functional Ecology 26: 750-758. (Open Access)
  81. Lewis, D. and J.P. Kaye. 2012. Inorganic nitrogen immobilization in live and sterile soil of old-growh conifer and hardwood forests: implications for ecosystem nitrogen retention. Biogeochemistry 111:169-186. (Abstract)
  82. Lee, C., A. N. Hristov, C. J. Dell, G. W. Feyereisen, J. Kaye, and D. Beegle. 2012. Effect of dietary protein concentration on ammonia and greenhouse gas emitting potential of dairy manure. J. Dairy Sci. 95:1930-1941. (Abstract)
  83. Castellano, M., J.P. Kaye, H. Lin, and J. Schmidt. 2012. Linking carbon saturation concepts to nitrogen saturation and retention. Ecosystems 15:175-187. (Open Access)
  84. Kaye, J.P., S.E. Eckert, D.A. Gonzales, J.O. Allen, S.J. Hall, R.A. Sponseller, and N.B. Grimm. 2011. Decomposition of urban atmospheric carbon in Sonoran Desert soils. Urban Ecosystems 14: 737-754. (Abstract)
  85. Lewis, D.B., J.P.Kaye, R. Jabbour, and M.E. Barbercheck. 2011. Labile carbon and other soil quality indicators in two tillage systems during transition to organic agriculture. Journal of Renewable Agriculture and Food Systems 26:342-353.(Abstract)
  86. Collins, S.L., S.R. Carpenter, S.M. Swinton, D. Orstein, D.L. Childers, T.L. Gragson, N.B. Grimm, J.M. Grove, S.L. Harlan, J.P. Kaye, A.K. Knapp, G.P. Kofinas, J.J. Magnuson, W.H. McDowell, J.M. Melack, L.A. Ogden, G.P. Robertson, M.D. Smith, A.C. Whitmer. 2011. An integrated conceptual framework for long-term social-ecological research. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 9:351-357.(Abstract)
  87. Hall, S.J., R. Sponseller, N. Grimm, D. Huber, J. Kaye, C. Clark , S. Collins. 2011. Ecosystem response to nutrient enrichment in the Sonoran Desert across an urban airshed. Ecological Applications. 21:640-660. (Abstract)
  88. Castellano, M.J., J.P. Schmidt, J.P. Kaye, C. Walker, C.B. Graham, H. Lin, C. Dell. 2011. Hydrologic controls on heterotrophic soil respiration across and agricultural landscape. Geoderma 162:273-280. (Abstract)
  89. Sullivan, B.W., T.E. Kolb, S.C. Hart, J.P. Kaye, B.A. Hungate, S. Dore, and M. Montes-Helu. 2011. Wildfire reduces carbon dioxide efflux and increases methane uptake in ponderosa pine forest soils of the southwestern USA. Biogeochemistry 104:251-265. (Abstract)
  90. Diggins, C., P.Z. Fulé, J.P. Kaye, and W.W. Covington. 2010. Future climate affects management strategies for maintaining forest restoration treatments. International Journal of Wildland Fire 19:903-913. (Abstract)
  91. Majumdar, A., Paul, D., and J. Kaye. 2010. Sensitivity analysis and model selection for a generalized convolution model for spatial processes. Bayesian Analysis 5:493-518. (Open access)
  92. Adviento-Borbe, M.A.A., J.P. Kaye, M. A. Bruns, M.D. McDaniel, M. McCoy, S. Harkcom. 2010. Soil greenhouse gas and ammonia emissions in a long-term maize-based cropping systems experiment. Soil Science Society of America Journal 74:1623-1634. (Abstract)
  93. Castellano, M.J., J.P. Schmidt, J.P. Kaye, C. Walker, C. Graham, H. Lin, and C. Dell. 2010. Hydrological and biogeochemical controls on the timing and magnitude of nitrous oxide flux across an agricultural landscape. Global Change Biology. 16:2711-2720. (Abstract)
  94. Kaye, J.P., Romanya, J., and R. Vallejo. 2010. Plant and soil carbon accumulation following fire in Mediterranean woodlands. Oecologia. 164:533-543. (Abstract)
  95. Cook J., R.S. Gallagher, J.P. Kaye, J. Lynch, and B. Bradley. 2010. Optimizing vetch nitrogen production and corn nitrogen uptake in a no-till cropping system. Agronomy Journal 102:1491-1499. (Abstract)
  96. Esque, T.C., J.P. Kaye, S.E. Eckert, L.A. DeFalco, and C.R.Tracy. 2010. Short-term soil inorganic N pulse after experimental fire alters invasive and native annual plant production in a Mojave Desert shrubland. Oecologia 164:253-263. (Abstract)
  97. Staravoytov A, R.S. Gallagher. K. Jacobsen, J.P. Kaye, and B. Bradley. 2010. Management of small grain residues to retain legume-derived nitrogen in corn cropping systems. Agronomy Journal 102:895-903.
  98. Dore, S., T. Kolb , M. Montes-Helu, S. Eckert , B. Sullivan, B. Hungate , J.P. Kaye , S. Hart, G. Koch, and A. Finkral. 2010. Carbon and water fluxes from ponderosa pine forests disturbed by wildfire and thinning. Ecological Applications 20:663-683.
  99. Laughlin, D.C., S.C. Hart, J.P. Kaye, and M.M. Moore. 2010. Evidence for indirect effects of plant diversity and composition on net nitrification. Plant and Soil 330:435-445.
  100. Castellano, M.J. and J.P. Kaye. 2009. Global within-site variance in soil solution nitrogen and hydraulic conductivity are correlated with clay content. Ecosystems. 12:1343-1351.
  101. Fricks, B., J.P. Kaye, and R. Seidel. 2009. Abiotic NO3- retention in forest and agroecosystems. Soil Science Society of America Journal 73:1137-1141.
  102. McCrackin, M. T.K. Harms, N.B. Grimm, S.J. Hall and J.P. Kaye. 2008. Responses of soil microorganisms to resource availability in urban, desert soils. Biogeochemistry 87: 143-155.
  103. Sullivan, B.W., T.E. Kolb, S.C. Hart, J.P. Kaye, S. Dore, and M. Montes-Helu. 2008. Thinning reduces soil carbon dioxide but not methane flux from southwestern USA ponderosa pine forests. Forest Ecology and Management 255: 4047-4055.
  104. Burke, I.C., P.B. Hook, D.G. Milchunas, J.E. Barrett, M.A. Vinton, R.L. McCulley, J.P. Kaye, R.A. Gill, H.E. Epstein, R.H. Kelly, W.J. Parton, A.R. Mosier, and C.M. Yonker. 2008. Biogeochemistry of soil organic matter and nutrient dynamics of shortgrass steppe ecosystems. In: W. Lauenroth and I. Burke (eds.), Ecology of the Shortgrass Steppe: Perspectives from Long-Term Research. Oxford University Press.
  105. Morehouse, K.H., T. Johns, T., J.P. Kaye, and M.W. 2008. Biogeochemical consequences of bark beetle outbreaks in southwestern ponderosa pine forests. Forest Ecology and Management 255:2698-2708.
  106. Dore, S., T.E. Kolb, M. Montes-Helu, B.W. Sullivan, W.D. Winslow, S.C. Hart, J.P. Kaye, G.W. Koch, B. A. Hungate. 2008. Long-term impact of a stand-replacing fire on ecosystem CO2 exchange of a ponderosa pine forest. Global Change Biology 14: 1801-1820.
  107. Majumdar, A., J.P. Kaye, C. Gries, D. Hope, R. Burdick, and N. Grimm. 2008. Hierarchical spatial modeling of multivariate soil nutrient concentrations in heterogeneous land-use patches of the Phoenix metropolitan area. Communications in Statistics--Simulation and Computation 37: 434-453.
  108. Kaye, J.P., Majumdar, A., Gries, C., Hope, D., Grimm, N., Zhu, W., Baker, L. 2008. The spatial distribution of C, N, and P in a region of mixed urban, desert, and agricultural land use. Ecological Applications 18:132-145.
  109. Oleson, J., Hope, D., Gries, C., and J.P. Kaye. 2006. A Baysian approach to estimating regression coefficients for soil properties in land-use patches with varying degrees of spatial variation. Environmetrics 17: 517-525.
  110. Lewis, D., J.P. Kaye, C. Gries, A. Kinzig, and C. Redman. 2006. Agrarian legacy in soils of urbanizing aridlands. Global Change Biology 12: 703-709.
  111. Kaye, J.P., Groffman, P., N.B. Grimm, L. Baker, and R. Pouyat. 2006. A distinct urban biogeochemistry? Trends in Ecology and Evolution 21:192-199.
  112. Hope, D., W. Zhu, C. Gries, J. Oleson, J.P. Kaye, N.B. Grimm, and L. Baker. 2005. Spatial variation in inorganic soil nitrogen across an arid urban ecosystem. Urban Ecosystems 8:251-273.
  113. Kaye, J.P., S.C. Hart, P.Z. Fule, W.W. Covington, M.M. Moore, and M.W. Kaye. 2005. Initial carbon, nitrogen, and phosphorus fluxes following ponderosa pine restoration treatments. Ecological Applications 15: 1581-1593
  114. Boyle, S., S.C. Hart, J.P. Kaye, and M. Waldrop. 2005. Ecological restoration and canopy type influence soil microflora in a Ponderosa pine forest.. Soil Sci. Society of America Journal 69:1627-1638.
  115. Kaye, J.P., R. L. McCulley, and I.C. Burke. 2005. Carbon fluxes, nitrogen cycling and soil microbial communities in adjacent urban, native and agricultural ecosystems. Global Change Biology 11:575-587.
  116. Binkley, D., G. G. Ice, J.P. Kaye, and C. A. Williams. 2004. Nitrogen and phosphorus concentrations in forest streams of the United States. Journal of the American Water Resources Association 40:1277-1291.
  117. Binkley, D., J. Kaye, M. Barry, and M. G. Ryan. 2004. First rotation changes in soil carbon and nitrogen in a Eucalyptus plantation in Hawaii. Soil Science Society of America Journal 68:1713-1719.
  118. Kaye, J.P., I.C. Burke, A. R. Mosier, and J.P. Guerchman. 2004. Methane and nitrous oxide fluxes from urban soils to the atmosphere. Ecological Applications 14:975-981.
  119. Nadelhoffer, K.J., R.D. Boone, R.D. Bowden, J.D. Canary, J.P. Kaye, P. Micks, A. Ricca, J.A. Aitkenhead, K. Lajtha, and W.H. McDowell. 2004. The DIRT experiment: Litter and root influences on forest soil organic matter stocks and function. In: D. Foster and J. Aber (eds.), Forests in Time. Synthesis Volume of the Harvard Forest LTER Program. Yale University Press.
  120. Burke, I.C., J.P. Kaye, S.P. Bird, S.A. Hall, R.L. McCulley, and G.L. Sommerville. 2003. Evaluating and testing models of terrestrial biogeochemistry: The role of temperature in controlling decomposition. Pp. 225-253 In: Canham, C.D., J.J. Cole, and W.K. Lauenroth, editors. Models in Ecosystem Science. Princeton (NJ): Princeton University Press.
  121. Kaye, J.P., D. Binkley, and C. Rhoades. 2003. Stable nitrogen accumulation and flexible organic matter stoichiometry during primary floodplain succession. Biogeochemistry 63:1-22.
  122. Kaye, J.P., D. Binkley, X. Zou, and J. A. Parrotta. 2002. Non-labile soil 15nitrogen retention beneath three tree species in a tropical plantation. Soil Sci. Soc. America Journal 66:612-619.
  123. Kaye, J., J. Barrett, and I. Burke. 2002. Stable nitrogen and carbon pools in grassland soils of variable texture and carbon content. Ecosystems 5: 461-471.
  124. Kaye, J.P., S.C. Resh, M.W. Kaye, and R. A. Chimner. 2000. Nutrient and carbon dynamics in a replacement series of Eucalyptus and Albizia trees. Ecology 81:3267-3273.
  125. Kaye, J.P., S.C. Hart, R.C. Cobb, and J. E. Stone. 1999. Water and nutrient outflow following ecological restoration of a ponderosa pine-bunchgrass ecosystem. Restoration Ecology 7:252-261.
  126. Boone, R.D., K.J. Nadelhoffer, J.D. Canary, and J.P. Kaye. 1998. Roots exert a strong influence on the temperature sensitivity of soil respiration. Nature (London) 396:570-572.
  127. Kaye, J.P. and S.C. Hart. 1998 a. Restoration and canopy type effects on soil respiration in a ponderosa pine-bunchgrass ecosystem. Soil Science Society of America Journal 62:1062-1072.
  128. Kaye, J.P. and S.C. Hart. 1998 b. Ecological restoration alters nitrogen transformations in a ponderosa pine-bunchgrass ecosystem. Ecological Applications 8:1052-1060.
  129. Kaye, J.P. and S.C. Hart 1997. Competition for nitrogen between plants and soil microorganisms. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 12:139-143.

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