2015 Articles

2015 CenUSA Bioenergy Peer Reviewed Publications & Technical/Working Papers

  • Dang, Q., M.M. Wright & R.C. Brown. 2015. Ultra-low carbon emissions from coal-fired power plants through bio-oil co-firing and biochar sequestration. Environ. Sci. Technol. 49(24):14688-14695.
  • De Souza, A., Birrell, S.J., Steward, B.L & S. Ksketri. 2015.Moisture Content and Bulk Density Prediction Using Dielectric Properties for Switchgrass and Corn Stover. ASABE Paper No. 2160026, Am. Soc. of Agric. Engineers, St. Joseph, MI. Open Access: http://elibrary.asabe.org/azdez.asp?search=1&JID=5&AID=45752&CID=norl2015&v=&i=&T=1&urlRedirect= Note: this is not a peer-reviewed article.
  • Feng, Q., I. Chaubey, G.Y. Her, R. Cibin, B. Engel, J.J. Volenec & X. Wang. 2015. Hydrologic and water quality impacts and biomass production potential on marginal land. Environ. Model. & Softw. 72:230-238.
  • Harding, K., T. Twine & Y. Lu. (2015). Effects of dynamic crop growth on the simulated precipitation response to irrigation. Earth Interact. 19: 1-31. doi: 10.1175/El-D-15.0030.1.
  • Karlen, D.L., J.L. Kovar, S.J. Birrell. 2015. Corn Stover Nutrient Removal Estimates for Central Iowa, U.S.A. Sustainability 2015 7(7): 8621-8634. doi:10.3390/su7078621. (Open Access).
  • Khanchi, A. & S.J. Birrell. 2015. Influence of weather and swath density on drying characteristics of corn stover. ASABE Paper No. 2190753. 2015 ASABE Annual International Meeting Am. Soc. of Agric. Engineers, St. Joseph, MI. doi: 10.13031/aim.20152190753). St. Joseph, Mich.: ASABE. http://elibrary.asabe.org/azdez.asp?search=1&JID=5&AID=46290&CID=norl2015&v=&i=&T=1&urlRedirect=.
  • Koch, K., N. Palmer, M. Stamm, J. Bradshaw, E. Blankenship, L. Baird, G. Sarath & T. Heng-Moss. 2015. Characterization of Greenbug Feeding Behavior and Aphid (Hemiptera: Aphididae) Host Preference in Relation to Resistant and Susceptible Tetraploid Switchgrass Populations. Bioenerg. Res. 8:165-174. doi:10.1007/s12155-014-9510-0.
  • Lawrinenko, M. & D. A. Laird. 2015. Anion exchange capacity of biochar. Green Chem. 2015, 17 9: 4628 – 4636. doi: 10.1039/C5GC00828J.
  • Li, B., O. Longwen, Q. Dang, M. Pimphan, S. Jones, R.C. Brown & M.M. Wright. 2015. Techno-economic and uncertainty analysis of in situ and ex situ fast pyrolysis for biofuel production. Bioresour. Techn. 196:49-56.
  • Orr M. J., G. Bischoff, B. Applegate, J.J Volenec, S.M. Brouder & R.F. Turco. 2015. Transition to second generation cellulosic biofuel production systems reveals limited negative impacts on the soil microbial community structure. Appl. Soil Ecol. 95:62-72.
  • Porter, P., R.B. Mitchell & K.J. Moore. 2015. Reducing hypoxia in the Gulf of Mexico: Reimagining a more resilient agricultural landscape in the Mississippi River watershed. J. Soil Water Conserv. 70(3):63A-68A.  Open Access: http://www.jswconline.org/content/70/3/63A.refs
  • Ramstein, G.P., J. Evans S.M. Kaeppler, R.B. Mitchell, K.P. Vogel, C.R. Buell & M.D. Casler. 2015. Accuracy of genomic prediction in switchgrass improved by accounting for linkage disequilibrium. G3: Genes, Genomes, Genet. 6(4):1049-1062. doi: 10.1534/g3.115.024950. Open Access: http://g3journal.org/content/6/4/1049.full
  • Rogovska, N., D.A. Laird & D.L. Karlen. 2016. Corn and soil response to biochar application and stover harvest. Field Crops Res. 187:96-106.
  • Ryan, S. J., C. V. Schwab & G. A. Mosher. 2015. Agricultural Risk: Development of a probabilistic risk assessment model for measurement of the difference in risk of corn and biofuel switchgrass farming systems. International Society for Agriculture Safety and Health. International Meeting Normal, Illinois. ISASH Paper No. 15-01. ISASH Urbana, IL 61801.
  • Sharma, B., E. Brandes, A. Khanchi, S. Birrell, E. Heaton & F. E. Miguez. 2015. Evaluation of Microalgae Biofuel Production Potential and Cultivation Sites Using Geographic Information Systems: A Review. BioEnergy Res. 8(4):1714–1734.
  • Sindelar, A., M. , M. Gesch, F. Forcella, C. Eberle, M. Thom & D. Archer. 2015. Winter oilseed production for biofuel in the U.S. Corn Belt: Opportunities and limitations. GCB Bioenergy.  doi:10.1111/gcbb.12297. Open Access: http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/gcbb.12297/full
  • Stewart C.L., J.D. Pyle, K.P. Vogel, G.Y. Yuen & K.G. Scholthof. 2015. Multi-year pathogen survey of biofuel switchgrass breeding plots reveals high prevalence of infections by Panicum mosaic virus and its satellite virus. Phytopathology 105:1146-1154.
  • Teesum, C., J. Hill, & J. Marshall. (2015). Twelve month, 12 km resoultion WRF-Chem v 3.4 air quality simulation: Performance evaluation. Geosci. Model. Dev. 8: 957-973. doi: 10.5194./gmd-8-957-2015. Abstract: http://adsabs.harvard.edu/abs/2015GMD.....8..957T
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