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APPENDIX B: REFERENCES Regional Feedstock Partnership Report | 1 Appendix B: Regional Feedstock Partnership References and Products Willow ASHS (American Society for Horticultural Science). 2016. “Checklist Completed for Cultivars of Salix L. 2016 (Willow).” American Society for Horticultural Science. Public release January 4. http://www.ashs.org/news/267805/Checklist-completed-for-cultivars-of-emSalixem-L.-willow.htm. Cameron, K. D., G. M. Loeb, L. P. Abrahamson, C. White, and L. B. Smart. 2010a. “Willowpedia Fact Sheet: Willow Leaf Beetles, Calligrapha multipunctata and Plagiodera versicolora.” Geneva, NY: Cornell University, College of Agriculture and Life Sciences. https://blogs.cornell.edu/willow/files/2014/10/Willow-Leaf-Beetle-fact-sheet-2010_07_07- 1gxcb3b.pdf. ——. 2010b. “Willowpedia Fact Sheet: Potato Leafhopper, Empoasca fabae Harris.” Geneva, NY: Cornell University, College of Agriculture and Life Sciences. https://blogs.cornell.edu/willow/files/2014/10/Potato-leafhopper-Empoasca-fabae-fact-sheet- 24qepzi.pdf. ——. 2010c. “Willowpedia Fact Sheet: Japanese Beetle, Popillia japonica Newman.” Geneva, NY: Cornell University, College of Agriculture and Life Sciences. https://blogs.cornell.edu/willow/files/2014/10/Japanese-Beetle-Popillia-japonica-fact-sheet- 16vi6b4.pdf. ——. 2010d. “Willowpedia Fact Sheet: Willow Sawfly, Nematus ventralis Say.” Geneva, NY: Cornell University, College of Agriculture and Life Sciences. https://blogs.cornell.edu/willow/files/2014/10/Willow-sawfly-Nematus-ventralis-fact-sheet- zugcm3.pdf. Caputo, J., S. Balogh, T. A. Volk, L. Johnson, M. Puettmann, B. Lippke, and E. Oneil. 2012. “Incorporating Uncertainty into Life Cycle Analysis (LCA) of Short Rotation Willow (Salix spp.) Crops.” Presented at the Sun Grant Initiative National Conference, New Orleans, LA, October 2–5. ——. 2013a. “Lifecycle Analysis of Willow Biomass Crops.” Presented at the Thousand Island Renewable Energy Forum, Kingston, ON, June 13–15. ——. 2013b. “Lifecycle Assessment (LCA) Shows that Willow Biomass Crops Sequester C and Have a High Net Energy Balance over Seven Three-Year Rotations.” Presented at Biomass 2013, Washington, D.C., June 30–July 2. ——. 2014. “Incorporating Uncertainty Analysis into Life-Cycle Analysis (LCA) of Short-Rotation Willow Biomass (Salix spp.) Crops.” Bioenergy Research 7 (1): 48–59. doi:10.1007/s12155-013- 9347-y. Carlson, J. E., J. R. Herr, A. Kemanian, S. DiFazio, T. Volk, M. Jacobson, R. O. Miller, and L. Smart. 2012. “Studying the Effects on Woody Biomass Productivity of Genotype by Environment Interactions.” Presented at the Sun Grant Initiative National Conference, New Orleans, LA, October 2–5.

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Appendix B: Regional Feedstock Partnership References and Products Willow

ASHS (American Society for Horticultural Science). 2016. “Checklist Completed for Cultivars of Salix L. 2016 (Willow).” American Society for Horticultural Science. Public release January 4. http://www.ashs.org/news/267805/Checklist-completed-for-cultivars-of-emSalixem-L.-willow.htm.

Cameron, K. D., G. M. Loeb, L. P. Abrahamson, C. White, and L. B. Smart. 2010a. “Willowpedia Fact Sheet: Willow Leaf Beetles, Calligrapha multipunctata and Plagiodera versicolora.” Geneva, NY: Cornell University, College of Agriculture and Life Sciences. https://blogs.cornell.edu/willow/files/2014/10/Willow-Leaf-Beetle-fact-sheet-2010_07_07-1gxcb3b.pdf.

——. 2010b. “Willowpedia Fact Sheet: Potato Leafhopper, Empoasca fabae Harris.” Geneva, NY:

Cornell University, College of Agriculture and Life Sciences. https://blogs.cornell.edu/willow/files/2014/10/Potato-leafhopper-Empoasca-fabae-fact-sheet-24qepzi.pdf.

——. 2010c. “Willowpedia Fact Sheet: Japanese Beetle, Popillia japonica Newman.” Geneva, NY:

Cornell University, College of Agriculture and Life Sciences. https://blogs.cornell.edu/willow/files/2014/10/Japanese-Beetle-Popillia-japonica-fact-sheet-16vi6b4.pdf.

——. 2010d. “Willowpedia Fact Sheet: Willow Sawfly, Nematus ventralis Say.” Geneva, NY: Cornell

University, College of Agriculture and Life Sciences. https://blogs.cornell.edu/willow/files/2014/10/Willow-sawfly-Nematus-ventralis-fact-sheet-zugcm3.pdf.

Caputo, J., S. Balogh, T. A. Volk, L. Johnson, M. Puettmann, B. Lippke, and E. Oneil. 2012.

“Incorporating Uncertainty into Life Cycle Analysis (LCA) of Short Rotation Willow (Salix spp.) Crops.” Presented at the Sun Grant Initiative National Conference, New Orleans, LA, October 2–5.

——. 2013a. “Lifecycle Analysis of Willow Biomass Crops.” Presented at the Thousand Island Renewable Energy Forum, Kingston, ON, June 13–15.

——. 2013b. “Lifecycle Assessment (LCA) Shows that Willow Biomass Crops Sequester C and Have a High Net Energy Balance over Seven Three-Year Rotations.” Presented at Biomass 2013, Washington, D.C., June 30–July 2.

——. 2014. “Incorporating Uncertainty Analysis into Life-Cycle Analysis (LCA) of Short-Rotation Willow Biomass (Salix spp.) Crops.” Bioenergy Research 7 (1): 48–59. doi:10.1007/s12155-013-9347-y.

Carlson, J. E., J. R. Herr, A. Kemanian, S. DiFazio, T. Volk, M. Jacobson, R. O. Miller, and L. Smart. 2012. “Studying the Effects on Woody Biomass Productivity of Genotype by Environment Interactions.” Presented at the Sun Grant Initiative National Conference, New Orleans, LA, October 2–5.

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Dickmann, D., and Y. A. Kuzovkina. 2014. “Poplars and Willows in the World.” In Poplars and Willows: Trees for Society and the Environment, edited by J. Richardson and J. G. Isebrands, 8–91. Rome, Italy: Food and Agriculture Organization.

Eich, S., T. A. Volk, and M. H. Eisenbies. 2015. “Bark Content of Two Shrub Willow Cultivars Grown at Two Sites and Relationships with Centroid Bark Content and Stem Diameter.” Bioenergy Research 8 (4): 1661–1670. doi:10.1007/s12155-015-9617-y.

Eisenbies, M. H., L. P. Abrahamson, P. Castellano, C. Foster, M. McArdle, J. Posselius, R. Shurn, B. Stanford, B. Summers, T. A. Volk, and J. Zerpa. 2012. “Development and Deployment of a Short-Rotation Woody Crop Harvesting System Based on a New Holland Forage Harvester and SRC Woody Crop Header.” Presented at the Sun Grant Initiative National Conference, New Orleans, LA, October 2–5.

Eisenbies, M., T. A. Volk, J. Posselius, S. Shi, and A. Patel. 2014. “Quality and Variability of Commercial-Scale Short Rotation Willow Biomass Harvested Using a Single-Pass Cut-and-Chip Forage Harvester.” Bioenergy Research 8 (2): 546–559. doi:10.1007/s12155-014-9540-7.

Fabio, E., and T. A. Volk. 2010. “Woody Biomass for Biofuels, Bioenergy and Bioproducts.” Presented at A Different Shade of Green job training program, Session 3, Tully, NY, August 27.

Fabio, E. S., T. A. Volk, R. O. Miller, M. J. Serapiglia, H. G. Gauch, K. C. J. Van Rees, R. D. Hangs, B. Y. Amichev, J. A. Kuzovkina, M. Labrecque, G. A. Johnson, R. G. Ewy, G. J. Kling, and L. B. Smart. 2016. “Genotype by Environment Interactions Analysis of North America Shrub Willow Yield Trials Confirms Superior Performance of Triploid Hybrids.” Global Change Biology Bioenergy (forthcoming).

Heavey, J., and T. A. Volk. 2014a. “EcoWillow 2.0 – Economic Analysis of Shrub Willow Crops.” Shrub Willow Fact Sheet Series. Syracuse, NY: State University of New York, College of Environmental Science and Forestry. http://www.esf.edu/willow/documents/3EcoWillow.pdf.

——. 2014b. “Willow Crop Production Scenarios Using EcoWillow 2.0.” Shrub Willow Fact Sheet

Series. Syracuse, NY: State University of New York, College of Environmental Science and Forestry. http://www.esf.edu/willow/documents/4CropProductionScenarios.pdf.

Kenaley, S. C., G. W. Hudler, D. O’Brien, K. D. Cameron, and L. B. Smart. 2011a. “Willowpedia Fact

Sheet: Black Canker.” Geneva, NY: Cornell University, College of Agriculture and Life Sciences. https://blogs.cornell.edu/willow/files/2014/10/Black-Canker-fact-sheet-2011_07_22-vmud3y.pdf.

——. 2011b. “Willowpedia Fact Sheet: Botryosphaeria Canker.” Geneva, NY: Cornell University, College of Agriculture and Life Sciences. https://blogs.cornell.edu/willow/files/2014/10/Botryosphaeria-fact-sheet-2011_07_22-1d3bpmv.pdf. ——. 2011c. “Willowpedia Fact Sheet: Leucostoma Canker.” Geneva, NY: Cornell University, College of Agriculture and Life Sciences. https://blogs.cornell.edu/willow/files/2014/10/Leucostoma-fact-sheet-2011_07_22-2i6s4js.pdf. ——. 2011d. “Willowpedia Fact Sheet: Leaf Rust.” Geneva, NY: Cornell University, College of Agriculture and Life Sciences. https://blogs.cornell.edu/willow/files/2014/10/Rust-fact-sheet-2011_07_25-2kt8v6t.pdf. ——. 2011e. “Willowpedia Fact Sheet: Willow Scab.” Geneva, NY: Cornell University, College of Agriculture and Life Sciences. https://blogs.cornell.edu/willow/files/2014/10/Willow-Scab-Fact-Sheet-17rlybg.pdf.

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——. 2011f. “Willowpedia Fact Sheet: Powdery Mildew.” Geneva, NY: Cornell University, College of Agriculture and Life Sciences. https://blogs.cornell.edu/willow/files/2014/10/Powdery-Mildew-Fact-Sheet-2011_07_25-18jx0oa.pdf. Kenaley, S. C., L. B. Smart, and G. W. Hudler. 2014. “Genetic Evidence for Three Discrete of

Melampsora (Pucciniales) Affecting Willows (Salix spp.) in New York State.” Fungal Biology 118 (8): 704–720. doi:10.1016/j.funbio.2014.05.001.

Kuzovkina, Y. A. 2015a. Checklist for Cultivars of Salix L. (Willow). International Salix Cultivar Registration Authority and the Food and Agriculture Organization International Poplar Commission. http://www.fao.org/forestry/44058-0370ab0c9786d954da03a15a8dd4721ed.pdf.

——. 2015b. “Compilation of the Checklist for Cultivars of Salix L. (Willow).” HortScience 50: 1608‒1609.

Liu, B., T. A. Volk, L. P. Abrahamson, E. Fabio, G. Johnson, L. B. Smart, and G. Stanotz. 2013. “Yields of Willow Short Rotation Coppice across 16 Sites.” Presented at Biomass 2013, Washington, D.C., June 30–July 2.

Nikiema, P., D. Rothstein, and R. Miller. 2012. “Initial Greenhouse Gas Emissions and Nitrogen Leaching Losses Associated with Converting Pastureland to Short-Rotation Woody Bioenergy Crops in Northern Michigan, USA.” Biomass and Bioenergy 39: 413–426. doi:10.1016/j.biombioe.2012.01.037.

Pacaldo, R., T. A. Volk, R. D. Briggs, L. P. Abrahamson, E. Bevilacqua, and E. Fabio. 2012. “Soil CO2 Effluxes in Shrub Willow Biomass Crops Along a 21-Year Chronosequence as Affected by Continuous Production and Crop Removal.” Presented at the Sun Grant Initiative National Conference, New Orleans, LA, October 2–5.

Quaye, A., and T. A. Volk. 2013. “Biomass Production and Soil Nutrients in Organic and Inorganic Fertilized Willow Biomass Production Systems.” Biomass and Bioenergy 57: 113–125. doi:10.1016/j.biombioe.2013.08.002.

Rials, T., and T. A. Volk. 2011. “Sun Grant/DOE Feedstock Development Partnership—Woody Crops.” Presented at the U.S. Department of Energy Feedstock Peer Review Meeting, Annapolis, MD, April 7–8.

Rials, T., T. A. Volk, B. Berguson, and M. Downing. 2013. “Regional Feedstock Partnership: Woody Crops.” Presented at the U.S. Department of Energy Peer Review Meeting, Washington, D.C., May 22.

Schifman, L. A., J. C. Stella, T. A. Volk, and M. A. Teece. 2012. “Carbon Isotopic Variation in Shrub Willow (Salix spp.) Ring-Wood as an Indicator of Long-Term Water Status, Growth and Survival.” Biomass and Bioenergy 36: 316–326. doi:10.1016/j.biombioe.2011.10.042.

Serapiglia, M. J., K. Cameron, A. J. Stipanovic, L. P. Abrahamson, T. A. Volk, and L. B. Smart. 2013. “Yield and Woody Biomass Traits of Novel Shrub Willow Hybrids at Two Contrasting Sites.” Bioenergy Research 6:533–546. doi:10.1007/s12155-012-9272-5.

Sleight, N., T. A. Volk, G. A. Johnson, M. H. Eisenbies, S. Shi, E. S. Fabio, and P. S. Pooler. 2015. “Change in Yield between First and Second Rotations in Willow (Salix spp.) Biomass Crops is Strongly Related to the Level of First Rotation Yield.” Bioenergy Research 9 (1): 270–287. doi:10.1007/s12155-015-9684-0.

Smart, L. B. 2010a. “Breeding for Improved Yield and Biomass Composition in Shrub Willow Bioenergy Crops.” Invited departmental seminar presented at the Department of Genetics and Biochemistry, Clemson University, March 26.

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——. 2010b. “Genetics, Genomics, and Breeding of Shrub Willow Bioenergy Crops.” Invited departmental seminar presented at the Department of Plant Breeding and Genetics, Cornell University, March 16.

——. 2010c. “Heating Up Interest in Shrub Willow Bioenergy Crops.” Presented to the New York State Agricultural Experiment Station Director’s Advisory Council, Geneva, NY, February 4.

Smart, L. B., K. D. Cameron, D. Rak, and M. Wrege. 2010. “Willowpedia Fact Sheet: Breeding and Commercialization of Shrub Willow Bioenergy Crops.” Geneva, NY: Cornell University, College of Agriculture and Life Sciences. https://blogs.cornell.edu/willow/files/2015/05/Breeding-Fact-Sheet-txstpw.pdf.

Smart, L. B., and K. D. Cameron. 2012. “Shrub Willow.” In Handbook of Bioenergy Crop Plants, edited by C. Kole, C. P. Joshi, and D. R. Shonnard, 687–708. Boca Raton, FL: Taylor and Francis Group.

Smart, L. B., D. Rak, and P. Salon. 2012. “Willowpedia Fact Sheet: Demonstrating Improved Yield of Shrub Willow Bioenergy Crops-Big Flats.” Geneva, NY: Cornell University, College of Agriculture and Life Sciences. https://blogs.cornell.edu/willow/files/2015/05/2013-Big-Flats-Field-Day-Handout-2013_07_24-final-2gi9c7b.pdf.

Smart, L. B., F. E. Gouker, M. J. Serapiglia, C. D. Town, H. Tang, E. S. Buckler, R. J. Elshire, S. E. Mitchell, S. Difazio, E. Rodgers-Melnick, G. A. Tuskan, J. E. Carlsong, R. O. Miller, and T. A. Volk. 2012. “Development of Genomic Resources and Novel Species Hybrids for the Genetic Improvement of Shrub Willow Feedstocks.” Presented at the Sun Grant Initiative National Conference, New Orleans, LA, October 2–5.

Smart, L. B., and D. Rak. 2013. “Willowpedia Fact Sheet: Improving the Yields of Shrub Willow Bioenergy Crops.” Geneva, NY: Cornell University, College of Agriculture and Life Sciences. https://blogs.cornell.edu/willow/files/2015/05/ImprovingYieldsFactSheet-2013_08_02-240dxty.pdf.

Stanton, B. J., L. B. Smart, and M. J. Serapiglia. 2014. “Domestication and Conservation of Populus and Salix Genetic Resources.” In Poplars and Willows: Trees for Society and the Environment, edited by J. Richardson and J. G. Isebrands. Rome, Italy: Food and Agriculture Organization.

Stoof, C. R., B. K. Richards, P. B. Woodbury, E. S. Fabio, A. Brumbach, J. Cherney, S. Das, L. Geohring, J. Hansen, J. Hornesky, H. Mayton, C. Mason, G. Ruestow, L. B. Smart, T. A. Volk, and T. S. Steenhuis. 2015. “Untapped Potential: Opportunities and Challenges for Sustainable Bioenergy Production from Marginal Lands in New York and the Northeast USA.” Bioenergy Research 8 (2): 482–501. doi:10.1007/s12155-014-9515-8.

Volk, T. A. 2009a. “Commercializing Willow Biomass Crops for Bioenergy, Biofuels, and Bioproducts in the Northeast and Midwest U.S.” Presented to Mario Musolino, Executive Deputy Commissioner of Labor for New York State, State University of New York, College of Environmental Science and Forestry, Syracuse, NY, September 18.

——. 2009b. “Willow Biomass Crops: Home Grown Renewable Energy.” Presented to Cayuga Community College green entrepreneurship class, June 29.

——. 2009c. “Agriculture and Renewable Energy.” Presented at Advanced Training Workshops in Alternative Energy, State University of New York, College of Environmental Science and Forestry, Syracuse, NY, July 29.

——. 2010a. “Agriculture and Renewable Energy.” Presented at Advanced Training Workshops in Alternative Energy, State University of New York, College of Environmental Science and Forestry, Tully, NY, August 2.

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——. 2010b. “Estimates of Sustainably Produced Biomass Feedstocks in New York.” Presented at the Bioenergy Market Development Conference, Adirondack Research Consortium, Saratoga Springs, NY, February 17.

——. 2010c. “Potential Supply of Sustainably Produced Biomass in New York.” Presented at the New York Society of American Foresters Meeting, Syracuse, NY, January 28–29.

——. 2010d. “Woody Biomass as a Source of Renewable Energy.” Presented at Indian Forest Service Phase V Mid-Career Training Program (IFS Phase V), Syracuse, NY, June 21.

——. 2010e. “Commercializing Willow Biomass Crops for Bioenergy, Bioproducts, Phytoremediation, and Agroforestry in the Northeastern and Midwestern United States.” Presentation to entrepreneurship class, State University of New York, College of Environmental Science and Forestry, Syracuse, NY, August 9.

——. 2010f. “Willow Biomass Crop Feedstock Development.” Presented at the Sun Grant Feedstock Partnership Meeting, San Antonio, TX, February 23–24.

——. 2010g. “Willow Biomass Crops for Bioproducts and Bioenergy.” Presented at the Technical Association of the Pulp and Paper Industry, Atlanta, GA, March 14–16.

——. 2010h. “Woody Biomass for Biofuels, Bioenergy, and Bioproducts.” Presented at the Different Shades of Green Job Training Program, Tully, NY, June 18.

——. 2010i. “Short Rotation Woody Crops: Production and Sustainability.” Presented at the Sustainable Forestry Initiative Webinar, January 13.

——. 2010j. “Carbon Cycling in Willow Biomass Crops.” Presented at the 25 x 25 Wood-to-Energy Roadmap: Carbon Workshop, Arlington, VA, April 1.

——. 2011a. “Biomass Energy.” Presented at the Advanced Training Workshops in Alternative Energy, SUNY – ESF, Tully, NY, August 16.

——. 2011b. “Development of Short Rotation Woody Crops for the Northeast U.S.” Presented at Binghamton University, November 28.

——. 2011c. “Short Rotation Woody Crops for Energy in the Northeast.” Northeast Wood Energy Webinar Series, Pennsylvania State University, August 26.

——. 2013. “Woody Biomass: Old Time Fuel or Future Renewable Energy.” Presented at the Advanced Energy Research and Technology Conference, New York, NY, April 30–May 1, 2013.

Volk, T. A., and V. Luzadis. 2009. “Willow Biomass Production for Bioenergy, Biofuels, and Bioproducts in New York.” In Renewable Energy from Forest Resources in the United States, 238–260. New York, NY: Routledge Press.

Volk, T. A., L. P. Abrahamson, T. Buchholz, and P. Castellano. 2009. Presentation on commercialization of willow biomass crops. Presented to Ed Rinefurt, Executive Director of Empire State Development’s Division of Science, Technology and Innovation (NYSTAR), State University of New York, College of Environmental Science and Forestry, Syracuse, NY, July 24.

Volk, T. A., L. P. Abrahamson, T. Buchholz, P. Castellano, C. Foster, M. McArdle, J. Posselius, and B. Stanton. 2010a. “Development of a Harvesting System for Short Rotation Willow and Hybrid Poplar Biomass Crops.” Presented at Biomass 2010, Washington, D.C., March 30–31, 2010.

Volk, T. A., M. Buford, B. Berguson, J. Caputo, J. Eaton, J. Perdue, T. Rials, D. Riemenschneider, B. Stanton, and J. Stanturf. 2010b. “Woody Feedstocks – Management and Regional Differences.” Presented at Soil and Water Conservation Society Meeting, Atlanta, GA, September 27–30, 2010.

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Volk, T. A., and R. Miller. 2011. “Willow Biomass Crop Feedstock Development,” Presented at the Sun Grant/DOE Regional Feedstock Partnership Meeting, Knoxville, TN, February 15–17.

Volk, T. A., L. P. Abrahamson, K. D. Cameron, P. Castellano, T. Corbin, E. Fabio, G. Johnson, Y. Kuzovkina-Eischen, M. Labrecque, R. Miller, D. Sidders, L. B. Smart, K. Staver, G. R. Stanosz, and K. Van Rees. 2011a. “Yields of Biomass Crops across a Range of Sites in North America.” Aspects of Applied Biology 112:67–74.

Volk, T. A., M. A. Buford, B. Berguson, J. Caputo, J. Eaton, J. H. Perdue, T. G. Rials, D. Riemenschneider, B. Stanton, and J. A. Stanturf. 2011b. “Woody Feedstocks – Management and Regional Differences.” In Sustainable Alternative Feedstock Opportunities, Challenges and Roadmap for Six U.S. Regions: Proceedings of the Sustainable Feedstocks for Advance Biofuels Workshop, edited by R. Braun, D. Karlen, and D. Johnson, 120–141. Soil and Water Conservation Society.

Volk, T. A., T. S. Buchholz, and L. P. Abrahamson. 2011c. “Biomass Energy Crops: Willow.” In U.S. Department of Energy 2011 U.S. Billion-Ton Update: Biomass Supply for a Bioenergy and Bioproducts Industry. R. D. Perlack and B. J. Stokes (leads). ORNL/TM-2011/224. Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, TN: 109–113.

Volk, T. A., M. Buford, B. Berguson, J. Caputo, J. Eaton, J. Perdue, T. Rials, D. Riemenschneider, B. Stanton, J. Stanturf, and B. Stokes. 2011d. “Sources of Woody Biomass.” Presented at the EPA Workshop on Biofuels and the Environment, Washington, D.C., November 29–December 1.

Volk, T. A., B. Liu, J. Caputo, E. Fabio, L. Abrahamson, J. Kuzovkina, R. Miller, L. Smart, and G. Johnson. 2013. “Willow Biomass Crop Feedstock Development.” Presented at the Sun Grant Feedstock Partnership Meeting, Tunica, MS, February 13–15.

Volk, T. A., L. P. Abrahamson, T. Buchholz, M. Eisenbies, and G. Johnson. 2013. “The Future of Willow Biomass Crops: A U.S. Perspective.” Presented at Short Rotation Woody Crops and Agroforestry across Canada for Small and Large Scale Feedstock and Bioenergy Production, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, March 20.

Volk, T. A., L. P. Abrahamson, T. Buchholz, J. Caputo, and M. Eisenbies. 2014. “Development and Deployment of Willow Biomass Crops.” In Cellulosic Energy Cropping Systems, edited by D. Karlen, 201–217. Chichester, UK: John Wiley and Sons, Ltd..

Volk, T. A., M. H. Eisenbies, and J. P. Heavey. 2015. “Recent Developments in Shrub Willow Crops in the U.S. for Bioenergy, Bioproducts and Bioremediation.” Aspects of Applied Biology 131.

Zalesny, Jr., R. Z., M. W. Cunningham, R. B. Hall, J. Mirck, D. L. Rockwood, J. A. Stanturf, and T. A. Volk. 2011. “Wood Biomass from Short Rotation Woody Crops.” Sustainable Production of Fuels, Chemicals, and Fibers from Forest Biomass, ACS Symposium Series 1067: 27–63.

Zhivotovsky, O. P., and Y. A. Kuzovkina. 2010. “Response of Two Salix L. Species to Water Deficit.” Journal of Environmental Horticulture 28 (2): 63–68.

Switchgrass

Anderson, E. K., A. S. Parrish, T. B. Voigt, V. N. Owens, C. H. Lee, and D. K. Lee. 2013. “Nitrogen Fertility and Harvest Management of Switchgrass for Sustainable Bioenergy Feedstock Production in Illinois.” Indust. Crops and Products 48: 19–27.

Battaglia, M., and J. Fike. 2016a. “Miscanthus Response to Nitrogen Fertilization in the Virginia Piedmont: A Sun-Grant Feedstock Partnership Project.” Presented at the Crop and Soil Environmental Sciences Graduate Student Symposium, Blacksburg, VA, February 5.

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——. 2016b. “Miscanthus Response to Nitrogen Fertilization in the Virginia Piedmont: A Sun-Grant Feedstock Partnership Project.” Presented at the American Society of Agronomy Southern Regional Branch Meetings, San Antonio, TX, February 7–9.

Fike, J. H., D. Bransby, C. Daly, L. Eaton, R. Farris, E. Heaton, M. Halbleib, R. B. Mitchell, V. Owens, and D. Viands. 2015. “USA Switchgrass Yield Potential Estimates Using the PRISM-EM Model: A DOE-Sun Grant Partnership Effort.” Presented at Switchgrass III: Prairie and Native Grass National Conference, Knoxville, TN, September 30–October 2.

Mayton, H., J. Hansen, R. Crawford, J. Crawford, and D. Viands. 2011. “Field-Scale Yield of Switchgrass under Varying Nitrogen Management Treatments in New York State.” Poster presented at the 2011 American Society of Agronomy, Crop Science Society of America, and Soil Science Society of America Annual Meetings, San Antonio, TX, October 16–19.

Hong, C. O., V. N. Owens, T. Schumacher, D. Clay, E. Heaton, R. Farris, D. Viands, H. Mayton, J. Fike, D. Bransby, and C. Hopkins. 2011. “Field-Scale Production of Switchgrass for Bioenergy across the US.” Presented at the International Biomass Conference, St. Louis, MO, May 1–5.

Hong, C. O., V. N. Owens, T. Schumacher, D. Clay, S. Osborne, M. Lehman, and J. Schumacher. 2012. “Nitrogen Losses from Switchgrass as Affected by Nitrogen Fertilizer Rate.” Presented at the 2012 National Sun Grant Conference, New Orleans, LA, October 2–5.

Hong, C. O., V. N. Owens, D. Bransby, R. Farris, J. Fike, E. Heaton, S. Kim, H. Mayton, R. Mitchell, and D. Viands. 2014. “Switchgrass Response to Nitrogen Fertilizer across Diverse Environments in the USA: A Regional Feedstock Partnership Report.” Bioenergy Research 7(3): 777–788. doi:10.1007/s12155-014-9484-y.

Kumar, S., C. O. Hong, V. N. Owens, D. E. Clay, M. Lehman, S. L. Osborne, T. E. Schumacher, and E. G. Mbonimpa. 2013. “Soil Carbon Dioxide Fluxes from Switchgrass Land under Nitrogen Fertility Management in South Dakota.” Presented at the American Society of Agronomy, Crop Science Society of America, and Soil Science Society of America Annual Meeting, Tampa, FL, November 3–6.

Kumar S., E. Mbonimpa, C. O Hong, V. Owens, and S. Osborne. 2014a. “Nitrogen Fertilization Rate and Landscape Positions Impacts on Root Growth Parameters of Switchgrass.” Presented at the American Society of Agronomy, Crop Science Society of America, and Soil Science Society of America International Annual Meetings, Long Beach, CA, October 31–November 5.

——. 2014b. “Switchgrass Root Growth Parameters Impacted by Nitrogen Fertilization Rate and Landscape Positions.” Presented at the New Philologist Next Generation Scientists Workshop, John Innes Conference Centre, Norwich, UK, July 29–30.

Kumar S., C. O. Hong, E. Mbonimpa, V. Owens. R. M. Lehman, S. Osborne, T. Schumacher, and D. Clay. 2014. “Soil Carbon Dioxide and Methane Fluxes Influenced by Nitrogen Rates and Landscape Positions from Switchgrass Land of South Dakota, USA.” Poster presented at the 20th World Congress of Soil Science, Jeju, South Korea, June 8–13.

Lai, L., S. Kumar, E. G. Mbonimpa, R. Chintala, V. Owens, and J. Schumacher. 2014. “Quantifying Current and Future CO2 Fluxes Using DAYCENT and PEST Models from a Marginal Land Seeded to Switchgrass Production in South Dakota.” Presented at the American Society of Agronomy, Crop Science Society of America, and Soil Science Society of America International Annual Meetings, Long Beach, CA, October 31–November 5.

Lai, L., E. G. Mbonimpa, C. Hong, S. Kumar, V. Owens, S. Osborne, and M. Lehman. 2014. “DAYCENT Application to Model Greenhouse Gas Fluxes from Switchgrass Land Managed with Nitrogen Fertilizer Levels under Different Landscape Positions.” Presented at the American Society

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of Agronomy, Crop Science Society of America, and Soil Science Society of America International Annual Meetings, Long Beach, CA, October 31–November 5.

Liming, L., S. Kumar, R. Chintala, V. N. Owens, D. Clay, J. Schumacher, A.-S. Nizami, S. S. Lee, and R. Rafique. 2015. “Modeling the Impacts of Temperature and Precipitation Changes on Soil CO2 Fluxes from a Switchgrass Stand Recently Converted from Cropland.” Journal of Environmental Science (forthcoming).

Liming, L., S. Kumar, E. Mbonimpa, C. O. Hong, V. N. Owens, and R. P. Neupane. 2016. “Evaluating the Impacts of Landscape Positions and Nitrogen Rates on Dissolved Organic Carbon under Switchgrass Land Seeded on Marginally Yielding Cropland.” Journal of Environmental Management (forthcoming).

Mbonimpa, E. G., C. O. Hong, V. N. Owens, R. M. Lehman, S. L. Osborne, T. E. Schumacher, D. E. Clay, and S. Kumar. 2014. “Nitrogen Fertilizer and Landscape Position Impacts on CO2 and CH4 Fluxes from a Landscape Seeded to Switchgrass.” GCB Bioenergy 7 (4): 836–849. doi:10.1111/gcbb.12187.

Mbonimpa, E. G., S. Gautam, L. Lai, S. Kumar, and J. Bonta. 2014. “Improved Calibration of Apex Model for a Small Watershed Managed with No-Till System.” Presented at the American Society of Agronomy, Crop Science Society of America, and Soil Science Society of America International Annual Meetings, Long Beach, CA, October 31–November 5.

Mbonimpa, E. G, S. Kumar, V. Owens, R. Chintala, and J. Stone. 2014. “Assessing Fertilization and Landscape Impacts on the Overall Life Cycle of Switchgrass Used to Produce Cellulosic Ethanol.” Presented at the American Society of Agronomy, Crop Science Society of America, and Soil Science Society of America International Annual Meetings, Long Beach, CA, October 31–November 5.

Mbonimpa, E. G., S. Kumar, V. Owens, R. Chintala, H. Sieverding, and J. Stone. 2016. “Nitrogen Rate and Landscape Impacts on Life Cycle Energy Use and Emissions from Switchgrass-Derived Ethanol.” GCB Bioenergy (forthcoming).

Mitchell, R., V. N. Owens, N. Gutterson, E. Richard, and J. Barney. 2010. “Herbaceous Perennials: Placement, Benefits and Incorporation Challenges in Diversified Landscapes.” In Proceedings of the Sustainable Feedstocks for Advance Biofuels Workshop, edited by R. Braun et al. Atlanta, GA: Soil and Water Conservation Society, September 28–30.

Nyoka, B., P. Jeranyama, V. Owens, A. Boe, and M. Moechnig. 2007. Management Guide for Biomass Feedstock Production from Switchgrass in the Northern Great Plains. Sun Grant Initiative North Central Center Publication SGINC2-7. Brookings, SD. http://ncsungrant.sdstate.org/NewsandEvents/upload/SwgMngmnt-SGINC2-07.pdf.

Owens, V. 2013. “Multi-Use Grasses—The Intersection between Forage and Bioenergy Crops in a Changing Climate.” Presented at Bioenergy Crops in Central Illinois workshop, Argonne National Laboratory, March 8.

Owens, V., D. Bransby, R. Farris, J. Fike, E. Heaton, C. Hong, C. Hopkins, H. Mayton, R. Mitchell, and D. Viands. 2011. “Switchgrass Production across the USA: A Regional Feedstock Partnership Update.” Presented at The World Congress on Industrial Biotechnology and Bioprocessing, Toronto, ON, May 8–11.

Owens, V., D. Bransby, R. Farris, J. Fike, E. Heaton, C. O. Hong, C. Hopkins, H. Mayton, R. Mitchell, and D. Viands. 2012a. “Switchgrass Response to N Fertilizer across Diverse Environments in the US.” Presented at the 2012 National Sun Grant Conference, New Orleans, LA, October 2–5, 2012.

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——. 2012b. “Switchgrass Production across Diverse Environments in the USA: A Regional Feedstock Partnership Report.” Presented at the American Society of Agronomy, Crop Science Society of America, and Soil Science Society of America Annual Meetings, Cincinnati, OH, October 21–24.

Owens, V. N., D. R. Viands, H. S. Mayton, J. H. Fike, R. Farris, E. Heaton, D. I. Bransby, and C. O. Hong. 2013. “Nitrogen Use in Switchgrass Grown for Bioenergy across the USA.” Biomass and Bioenergy 58: 286–293. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.biombioe.2013.07.016.

Owens, V., B. S. Baldwin, D. K. Lee, and T. Voigt. 2013. “Perennial Herbaceous Energy Crops and CRP Land for Biomass Production in the USA: A Five Year Regional Feedstock Partnership Report.” Presented at The World Congress on Industrial Biotechnology and Bioprocessing, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, June 16–19.

Owens, V., D. Bransby, R. Farris, J. Fike, E. Heaton, C. O. Hong, C. Hopkins, H. Mayton, R. Mitchell, and D. Viands. 2013. “Switchgrass Response to N Fertilizer across Diverse Environments in the US.” Presented at the 2013 Regional Feedstock Partnership Annual Meeting, Tunica, MS, March 25–27.

Owens, V. N., R. Farris, J. Fike, E. Heaton, C. Hong., H. Mayton, R. Mitchell, D. Bransby, and D. Viands. 2013. “Switchgrass for Biomass Production across Diverse Environments in the USA: A Five Year Regional Feedstock Partnership Report,” Presented at the 2013 European Biomass Conference and Exhibition, Copenhagen, DK, June 3–7.

Owens V., E. G. Mbonimpa, C. O. Hong, S. Kumar, S. Osborne, and M. Lehman. 2014. “Soil Surface Greenhouse Gas Fluxes from Switchgrass Land Managed with Nitrogen Fertilizer under Different Landscape Positions in South Dakota.” Poster presented at Biomass 2014: Growing the Future Bioeconomy, Washington, D.C., July 29–30.

Owens, V. N., D. I. Bransby, C. Daly, L. Eaton, R. Farris, J. Fike, E. Heaton, M. Halbleib, R. Mitchell, and D. Viands. 2014. “Estimating Switchgrass Yield Potential across the USA: Results from the DOE-Sun Grant Regional Feedstock Partnership.” Presented at the 22nd European Biomass Conference and Exhibition, Hamburg, Germany, June 23–26.

Watrud, L. S., J. R. Reichman, M. A. Bollman, B. M. Smith, E. H. Lee, J. D. Jastrow, M. D. Casler, H. P. Collins, S. Fransen, R. B. Mitchell, V. N. Owens, B. Bean, W. L. Rooney, D. D. Tyler, and G. A. King. 2012. “Chemistry and Microbial Functional Diversity Differences in Biofuel Crop and Grassland Soils in Multiple Geographies.” BioEnergy Research 6 (2): 601–619. doi:10.1007/s12155-012-9279-y.

Sorghum

Bartek, M. S., P. E. Klein, J. E. Mullet, and W. L. Rooney. 2016. “QTL for Biomass Yield and Composition in Energy Sorghum (Sorghum bicolor L. Moench).” Presented at the National Sun Grant Meeting.

Burks, P. S., T. J. Felderhoff, H. P. Viator, and W. L. Rooney. 2013. “The Influence of Hybrid Maturity and Planting Date on Sweet Sorghum Productivity during a Harvest Season,” Agronomy Journal 105: 263–267.

Dahlberg, J. A., E. Wolfrum, B. Bean, and W. L. Rooney. 20162011. “Compositional and Agronomic Evaluation of Sorghum Biomass as a Potential Feedstock for Renewable Fuels.” Submitted to the Journal of Biobased Materials and Bioenergy 5 (4): 507–513. doi:10.1166/jbmb.2011.1171.

Gill, J. R., W. L. Rooney, P. S. Burks, S. A. Staggenborg, G. N. Odvody, R. W. Heiniger, B. Macoon, K. J. Moore, M. Barrett, and J. F. Pedersen. 2012. “Agronomic Results from the Sorghum Regional Biomass Feedstock Trial.” In Proceedings from the Sun Grant National Conference: Science for

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Gill, J. R., P. S. Burks, S. A. Staggenborg, G. N. Odvody, R. W. Heiniger, B. Macoon, K. J. Moore, M. Barrett, and W. L. Rooney. 2014. “Yield Results and Stability Analysis from the Sorghum Regional Biomass Feedstock Trials.” Bioenergy Research 7 (3): 1026–1034. doi:10.1007/s12155-014-9445-5.

Hoffmann, Jr., L., and W. L. Rooney. 2016. “Accumulation of Biomass and Compositional Change over the Growth Season for Six Photoperiod Sensitive Sorghum Lines.” Bioenergy Research (forthcoming).

Olson, S. N., K. Ritter, W. Rooney, A. Kemanian, B. McCarl, Y. Zhang, S. Hall, and J. Mullet. 2012. “High Biomass Yield Energy Sorghum: Developing a Genetic Model for C4 Grass Bioenergy Crops.” Biofuels, Bioproducts and Biorefining 6 (6): 640–655. doi:10.1002/bbb.1357.

Owen, V., D. K. Lee, T. Voit, and W. Rooney. 2009. “The Regional Biomass Feedstock Partnership: Herbaceous Energy Crops and CRP Land for Biomass Production across Environmental Gradients.” Presented at 2009 World Congress on Industrial Biotechnology and Bioprocessing, Montreal, Quebec. Canada, July 20.

Rooney, W. L. 2009. “Bioenergy Sorghum Development.” Presented at the Renewable Fuels Meeting, San Antonio, TX, February 24, 2009.

——. 2011. “Compositional Analysis of Sorghum.” Presented at the Regional Feedstock Partnership Meeting, Knoxville, TN, February 2011.

——. 2014. “Sorghum.” In Cellulosic Energy Cropping Systems, edited by D. Karlen, 109–129. London: John Wiley and Sons.

Stefaniak, T. R., E. Wolfrum, J. A. Dahlberg, B. R. Bean, N. Dighe, and W. L. Rooney. 2012. “Variation in Biomass Composition Components among Forage, Biomass, and Sweet Sorghums.” Crop Science 52: 1949–1954. doi:10.2135/cropsci2011.10.0534.

Storlien, J. O., F. M. Hons, J. P. Wight, and J. L. Heilman. 2014. “Carbon Dioxide and Nitrous Oxide Emissions Impacted by Bioenergy Sorghum Management.” Soil Science Society of America Journal 78 (5): 1694–1706. doi:10.2136/sssaj2014.04.0176.

Poplar

Berguson, B., B. Stanton, and J. Eaton. 2010. “Development of Hybrid Poplar for Commercial Production in the United States: The Pacific Northwest and Minnesota Experience.” Soil and Water Cons. Soc. - Sustainable Alternative Fuel Feedstock: Opportunities, Challenges and Roadmaps for Six U.S. Regions. September 10. 282–299.

Berguson, W. E., B. McMahon, B. Stanton, R. Shuren, R. Miller, R. Rousseau, M. Cunningham, and J. Wrights. 2012. “The Sun Grant Poplar Woody Crops Research Program: Accomplishments and Implications.” In Proceedings of the Sun Grant National Conference: Science for Biomass Feedstock Production and Utilization, New Orleans, LA. http://sungrant.tennessee.edu/NatConference/.

Keathley, D., R. Miller, and P. Bloese. 2012. “Initial Willow Biomass Yield Trial Results for Michigan.” In Proceedings of the Sun Grant National Conference: Science for Biomass Feedstock Production and Utilization, New Orleans, LA. http://sungrant.tennessee.edu/NatConference/.

Miller, R. O., and B. Bender. 2012. “Short Rotation Energy Plantation Density Effects on Yield and Return on Investment in a Five-year-old Hybrid Poplar Trial in Michigan.” In Proceedings of the Sun

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Miscanthus

Agindotan, B. O., N. E. Okanu, A. O. Oladeinde, T. B. Voigt, S. P. Long, M. E. Gray, and C. A. Bradley. 2013. “Detection of Switchgrass Mosaic Virus in Miscanthus and Other Grasses.” Canadian Journal of Plant Pathology 35: 81–86.

Ahonsi, M. O., B. O. Agindotan, D. W. Williams, R. Arundale, M. E. Gray, T. B. Voigt, and C. A. Bradley. 2010. “First Report of Pithomyces chartarum Causing a Leaf Blight of Miscanthus × giganteus in Kentucky.” Plant Disease 94: 480.

Anderson, E. K., T. B. Voigt, G. A. Bollero, and A. G. Hager. 2010. “Miscanthus x giganteus Response to Pre-Emergence and Post-Emergence Herbicides.” Weed Technology 24: 453–460.

Anderson, E., R. Arundale, M. Maughan, A. Oladeinde, A. Wycislo, and T. Voigt. 2011a. “Growth and Agronomy of Miscanthus x giganteus for Biomass Production.” Biofuels 2: 167–83.

Anderson, E. K., T. B. Voigt, G. A. Bollero, and A. G. Hager. 2011b. “Evaluation of Methods to Control Miscanthus x giganteus.” Weed Technology 25 (3): 356–62.

Anderson, E. K., T. B. Voigt, G. A. Bollero, and A. G. Hager. 2011c. “Rotating a Field of Mature Miscanthus x giganteus to Glyphosate-resistant Crops.” Agronomy Journal 103: 1383–8.

Anderson, E. K., D. K. Lee, D. J. Allen, and T. B. Voigt. 2014 “Agronomic Factors in the Establishment of Tetraploid Seeded Miscanthus x giganteus.” GCB-Bioenergy 7 (5): 1075–1083. doi:10.1111/gcbb.12192.

Anderson, E. K., A. G. Hager, D. K. Lee, D. J. Allen, and T. B. Voigt. 2015. “Response of Seeded Miscanthus x giganteus to Pre and Post Herbicides.” Weed Technology 29: 274–283.

Arundale, R. A., F. G. Dohleman, T. B. Voigt, and S. P. Long. 2014. “Nitrogen Fertilization Does Significantly Increase Yields of Stands of Miscanthus× giganteus and Panicum virgatum in Multiyear Trials in Illinois.” Bioenergy Research 7: 408–416.

Arundale, R. A., S. Bauer, F. B. Haffner, V. D. Mitchell, T. B. Voigt, and S. P. Long. 2015. “Environment has Little Effect on Biomass Biochemical Composition of Miscanthus x giganteus, across Soil Types, Nitrogen Fertilization and Times of Harvest.” BioEnergy Research 8 (4): 1636–1646. doi:10.1007/s12155-015-9613-2.

Behnke, G., M. David, T. Voigt, and E. Acosta. 2010. “Greenhouse Gas Emissions from Production of Miscanthus x giganteus on Mollisols.” In Annual Meetings Abstracts. American Society of Agronomy, Crop Science Society of America, and Soil Science Society of America, Long Beach, CA, October 31–November 5.

Behnke, G. D., M. B. David, and T. B. Voigt, 2012, “Greenhouse Gas Emissions, Nitrate Leaching, and Biomass Yields from Production of Miscanthus × giganteus in Illinois, USA.” BioEnergy Research 5: 801–813.

Davis, M., M. B. David, T. Voigt, and C. Mitchell. 2012. “Changes in Potential Soil Carbon and Nitrogen Mineralization: A Multistate Analysis of Miscanthus x giganteus under Nitrogen Fertilizer

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Davis, M. P., M. B. David, T. B. Voigt, and E. H. DeLucia. 2013. “A Multi-State Analysis of Miscanthus × giganteus with Nitrogen Fertilization.” In Annual Meetings Abstracts. American Society of Agronomy, Crop Science Society of America, and Soil Science Society of America, Tampa, FL, November 3–6.

Davis, M. P., M. B. David, T. B. Voigt, and C. A. Mitchell. 2014a. “Effect of Nitrogen Addition on Miscanthus x giganteus Yield, Nitrogen Losses, and Soil Organic Matter across Five Sites.” GCB Bioenergy 7 (6): 1222–1231. doi:10.1111/gcbb.12217.

Davis, D., G. Behnke, M. David, and T. Voigt. 2014b. “2012 Drought Impacts Miscanthus x giganteus Productivity in Eastern U.S.A.” Presented at 2014 World Congress of Soil Science Soil Embraces Life and Universe, Juju, South Korea, June 8‒13.

Emerson, R., A. Hoover, A. Ray, J. Lacey, M. Cortez, C. Payne, D. Karlen, S. Birrell, D. Laird, R. Kallenbach, J. Egenolf, M. Sousek, and T. Voigt. 2014. “Effects of Drought on Corn Stover, CRP Mixed Grasses, and Miscanthus as Bioenergy Feedstocks.” Biofuels 5 (3): 275–291.

Endres, A. B., T. B. Voigt, L. D. Quinn, E. C. Scott, and K. C. Straker. 2014. “Reducing Bioenergy Feedstock Invasion Risk: Four Approaches.” Presented at Biomass 2014: Growing the Future Bioeconomy, Washington, D.C., July 29–30.

Heaton, E. A., F. G. Dohleman, F. Miguez, J. A. Juvik, V. Lozovaya, J. Widholm, O. A. Zabotina, G. F. McIsaac, M. B. David, T. B. Voigt, N. N. Boersma, and S. P. Long. 2010a. “Miscanthus: A Promising Biomass Crop.” Advances in Botanical Research 56: 75–135.

Heaton, E. A., N. Boersma, J. D. Caveny, T. B. Voigt, and F. G. Dohleman. 2010b. “Miscanthus (Miscanthus x giganteus) for Biofuel Production.” eXtension Bioenergy Feedstock Community of Practice. http://articles.extension.org/pages/26625/miscanthus-miscanthus-x-giganteus-for-biofuel-production.

Kaiser, C., J. Juvik, T. Voigt, and E. Sacks. 2012. “Characterizing Phenotypic Diversity and G x E Interactions in Miscanthus.” In Annual Meetings Abstracts. American Society of Agronomy, Crop Science Society of America, and Soil Science Society of America, Cincinnati, OH, October 21–24.

Kling, G., D. K. Lee, S. Long, and T. Voigt. 2014. “Energy Biosciences Institute Feedstock Production and Agronomy Program.” Presented at Biomass 2014: Growing the Future Bioeconomy, Washington D.C., July 29–30.

Lee, D. K., A. Parrish, and T. B. Voigt. 2014. “Switchgrass and Giant Miscanthus Agronomy.” In Engineering and Science of Biomass Feedstock Production and Provision, edited by Y. Shastri et al., 37–60. New York: Springer Science + Business Media.

Li, D., T. Voigt, and A. D. Kent, 2015, “Plant and Soil Effects on Bacterial Communities Associated with Miscanthus ×giganteus Rhizosphere and Rhizomes.” GCB-Bioenergy 8 (1): 183–193. doi:10.1111/gcbb.12252.

Masters, M. D., C. K. Black, I. B. Kantola, K. P. Woli, T. B. Voigt, M. B David, and E. H. DeLucia. 2015. “Soil Nutrient Removal by Four Potential Bioenergy Crops: Zea mays, Panicum virgatum, Miscanthus x giganteus, and Prairie.” Agriculture Ecosystems and Environment 216: 51‒60. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.agee.2015.09.016.

Maughan, M., G. Bollero, D. K. Lee, R. Darmody, S. Bonos, L. Cortese, J. Murphy, R. Gaussoin, M. Sousek, D. Williams, L. Williams, F. Miguez, and T. Voigt. 2012. “Miscanthus x giganteus Productivity: The Effects of Management in Different Environments.” GCB Bioenergy 4: 253–65.

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Pyter, R. J., F. G. Dohleman, and T. B. Voigt, 2010, “Effects of Rhizome Size, Depth of Planting, and Cold Storage on Miscanthus x giganteus Establishment in the Midwestern USA.” Biomass and Bioenergy 34: 1466–1470.

Quinn, L. D., A. B. Endres, and T. B. Voigt. 2014a. “Why Not Harvest Existing Invaders for Bioethanol?” Biological Invasions 16 (8): 1559–1566.

Quinn, L. D., E. C. Scott, A. B. Endres, J. N. Barney, T. B. Voigt, and J. McCubbins. 2014b. “Resolving Regulatory Uncertainty: Legislative Language for Potentially Invasive Bioenergy Feedstocks.” GCB Bioenergy 7 (5): 909–915. doi:10.1111/gcbb.12216.

Quinn, L. D., K. C. Straker, J. Guo, S. Kim, S. Thapa, G. Kling, D. K. Lee, and T. B. Voigt. 2014c. “Stress Tolerant Feedstocks for Sustainable Bioenergy Production on Marginal Land.” Bioenergy Research. doi:10.1007/s12155-014-9557-y.

Thapa, S. B., A. Parrish, J. Guo, T. B. Voigt, and D. K. Lee. 2014. “Sustainable Biomass Feedstock Production on Wet Marginal Land.” In Annual Meetings Abstracts. American Society of Agronomy, Crop Science Society of America, and Soil Science Society of America, Long Beach, CA, October 31–November 5.

Voigt, T. 2010a. “Energy from the Heartland: The Role of Illinois in Biomass Feedstock Research and Production.” Presented to USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service, Shawnee Resource Conservation and Development Area Inc., and SIUC Coal Research Center, Carterville, IL.

——. 2010b. “Sun Grant Miscanthus x giganteus N Fertility Study.” Presented at University of Idaho, Energy Farm Field Day, Energy Biosciences Institute.

——. 2011a. “A Grass for Fuel: Miscanthus x giganteus.” In Agronomy Day 2011 Program. Department of Crop Sciences, University of Illinois, Urbana, IL, August 18. 30–31.

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——. 2012a. “Illinois Energy Farm Field Tours to View Sun Grant/DOE Miscanthus x giganteus.” Presented at Bioenergy Field Trials: Argentinian U.S. Farm Tour, Energy Farm Open House, October 10.

——. 2012b. “Ecological Impacts of Miscanthus x giganteus Production.” Presented at Perennial Grass Energy in the Northeast Short Course, Meadville, PA, October 25.

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Voigt, T., G. Kling, D. K. Lee, S. Long, E. Anderson, R. Arundale, J. Crawford, T. Mies, R. Miller, B. Oladeinde, A. Parrish, C. Pignon, C. Reeser, and A. Wycislo. 2012b. “Biomass Yield Comparisons of Miscanthus x giganteus, Panicum virgatum, Mixed Tallgrass Prairie, and Annual Row Crops at the Illinois Energy Farm.” Poster presented at 3rd Pan American Congress on Plants and Bioenergy, Champaign, IL, July 15–18.

Voigt, T. 2013a. “Sun Grant Miscanthus x giganteus N Fertility Study,” Presented at the Feedstocks Symposium and Energy Farm Field Day, Energy Biosciences Institute.

——. 2013b. “Is Miscanthus x giganteus A Commercial Crop?” Presented at the University of Illinois Center for Advanced Bioenergy Research Seminar, Urbana, IL, January 28.

——. 2013c. “Establishing and Managing Miscanthus x giganteus and Panicum virgatum Feedstocks in the Temperate U.S.” Presented to American Chemical Society, New Orleans, LA.

——. 2013d. “Sun Grant Feedstock Partnership Miscanthus x giganteus Group.” Presented at the BIO World Congress, Montreal, Quebec, Canada.

——. 2013e. “University of Idaho Energy Farm Field Tours.” Presented at the Energy Biosciences Institute Retreat, The 2013 International Symposium on C4 and CAM Plant Biology, and the Energy Biosciences Institute Feedstock Symposium.

——. 2013f. “Energy Biosciences Institute Feedstock Production.” Presented at the Agronomy Program Spring Review.

Voigt, T., and M. S. Tunica. 2013. “Miscanthus x giganteus Update.” Presented at the Sun Grant Feedstock Partnership Annual Meeting, February 14.

Voigt, T., G. Kling, D. K. Lee, S. Long, E. Anderson, J. Crawford, T. Mies, R. Miller, A. Parrish, C. Reeser, and A. Wycislo. 2013. “Biomass Yield Comparisons of Miscanthus x giganteus, Panicum virgatum, Mixed Tallgrass Prairie, and Annual Rowcrops at the Illinois Energy Farm,” Presented at 2013 Energy Bioscience Institute Biennial Retreat, Energy Bioscience Institute, Champaign, IL, July 14–17.

Woli, K. P., M. B. David, J. Tsai, T. B. Voigt, R. G. Darmody, and C. A. Mitchell. 2011. “Evaluating Silicon Concentrations in Biofuel Feedstock Crops Miscanthus and Switchgrass.” Biomass and Bioenergy 35: 2807–13.

Wycislo, A. and T. Voigt. 2010. “Successful Propagation of Miscanthus x giganteus by Rhizomes.” In Annual Meetings Abstracts. American Society of Agronomy, Crop Science Society of America, and Soil Science Society of America, Long Beach, CA, October 31–November 5.

Wycislo, A. P., and T. B. Voigt. 2011. “Soil Temperature, Moisture, and Canopy Closure of Miscanthus x giganteus at Four Different Ages.” In Annual Meetings Abstracts. American Society of Agronomy, Crop Science Society of America, and Soil Science Society of America, San Antonio, TX, October 16–19.

GIS

Rao, M., and S. Ganta. 2009. “A Spatial Analysis of Expiring Contracts under the Conservation Reserve Program (CRP).” Presented at Association of American Geographers, 2009 National Meeting, Las Vegas, NV, March 22–27.

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“Regional Biomass Energy Feedstock Partnership.” Sponsored by the Sun Grant Initiative and the U.S. Department of Energy’s Office of Biomass Programs, Hall of States, Washington D.C., February 27–28, 2008.

North Central GIS

Chang, J., M. C. Hansen, K. Pittman, C. Dimiceli, and M. Carroll. 2007. “Corn and Soybean Mapping in the United States Using MODIS Time-series Data Sets.” Agronomy Journal 99 (6): 1654–1664. doi: 10.2134/agronj2007.0170.

Chintala, R., M. C. Wimberly, G. Dijra, and M. Tulbure. 2013. “Interannual Variability of Crop Residue Potential in the North Central Region of the United States.” Biomass and Bioenergy 49: 231–238.

Hansen, M., K. Pittman, J. Chang, and I. Becker-Reshef. 2007a. “Multi-Date Compositing Techniques.” Presented at the Resources at Real Product Innovations Seminar, sponsored by ASRC Management Services and the USDA Foreign Agricultural Service, November 27.

Hansen, M. C., J. Chang, and K. Pittman. 2007b. “Monitoring Global and Regional Croplands Using MODIS Data.” Presented at Association of American Geographers Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA, April 17–21.

Hansen, M. C., R. Mueller, K. Pittman, and J. Chang. 2008a. “Mapping Feedstocks Using Remotely Sensed Datasets.” Presented at the South Dakota and Biofuels 2008 Meeting. Sponsored by South Dakota Agriculture and Energy, North Central Sun Grant Initiative, and the Western Governors’ Association, Brookings, SD, May 20.

Hansen, M. C., K. Pittman, J. Chang, M. Carroll, and C. DiMiceli. 2008b. “MODIS Vegetation Continuous Fields of Crop Type in Support of NASS Annual Crop Indicator Mapping.” Presented at the Association of American Geographers Annual Meeting, Boston, MA, April 15–19.

Rop, M., Y. Liu, and M. C. Wimberly. 2011. “FWA - A Framework for Developing Web-Atlas Applications.” In Proceedings of the 2011 International Conference on Software Engineering Research and Practice (SERP'11), Las Vegas, NV, July 18–21.

Tulbure, M., M. C. Wimberly, and G. M. Henebry. 2009. “Spatial and Temporal Distributions of Fires in the Central United States from 5 Years of MODIS Active Fire Detection Data.” Presented at the International Association for Landscape Ecology, United States Regional Association Meeting. Salt Lake City, UT.

Tulbure, M., and M. C. Wimberly. 2010a. “Climatic Influences on Biomass Yields of Switchgrass: A Model Bioenergy Species.” Presented at the U.S. Regional Association of the International Association for Landscape Ecology Annual Symposium, Athens, GA, April 5–9.

——. 2010b. “Climatic Influences on Corn and Soybean Yields.” Presented at the 3rd USGS Modeling Conference: Understanding and Predicting for a Changing World. Denver, CO, June 7–11.

Tulbure, M., M. C. Wimberly, D. P. Roy, and G. M. Henebry. 2011. “Spatial and Temporal Heterogeneity of Agricultural Fires in the Central United States in Relation to Land Cover and Land Use.” Landscape Ecology 26: 211–224.

Tulbure, M. G., M. C. Wimberly, A. Boe, and V. Owens. 2012. “Climatic and Genetic Controls of Yields of Switchgrass, a Model Bioenergy Species.” Agriculture, Ecosystems, and Environments 146: 121–129.

Tulbure, M. G., M. C. Wimberly, and V. N Owens. 2012. “Response of Switchgrass Yield to Future Climate Change.” Environmental Research Letters 7: 045903. doi:10.1088/1748-9326/7/4/045903.

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Wimberly, M. C., M. C. Hansen, K. Pittman, J. Chang, and M. Tulbure. 2009. “Applications of GIS and Remote Sensing to Support Sustainable Biomass Feedstock Production.” Presented at the North Central Sun Grant Region Annual Meeting, St. Paul, MN, January 15–16.

Wimberly, M. C., M. Tulbure, R. Bell, Y. Liu, J. M. Rop, and R. Chintala. 2010. “North Central Feedstock Assessment Team: GIS Applications to Support Sustainable Biofuels Feedstock Production.” Presented at the North Central Sun Grant Regional Association Annual Meeting, San Antonio, TX.

Wimberly, M. C., Y. Liu, M. Tulbure, and R. Bell. 2011. “North Central Feedstock Assessment Team: GIS Applications to Support Sustainable Biofuels Feedstock Production.” Presented at the Feedstock Partnership Annual Meeting, Knoxville, TN, February 16.

Wimberly, M. C., C. Wright, A. Lamsal, and Y. Liu. 2012. “North Central Feedstock Assessment Team: GIS Applications to Support Sustainable Biofuels Feedstock Production.” Presented at the North Central Sun Grant Regional Association Annual Meeting, Indianapolis, IN, March 14–15.

Wright, C. K., and M. C. Wimberly. 2012. “Recent Agricultural Intensification in the U.S. Corn Belt.” Presented at the International Association for Landscape Ecology, United States Regional Association Meeting, Newport, RI, April 8–12.

Wright, C. K. 2013. “Rapid Land Use Change in the Western Corn Belt.” Plenary presentation at the America’s Grasslands Conference: The Future of Grasslands in a Changing Landscape, Manhattan, KS, August 15–17.

Wright, C. K., and M. Wimberly. 2013a. “Reply to Kline et al.: Cropland Data Layer Provides a Valid Assessment of Recent Grassland Conversion in the Western Corn Belt.” Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci. USA. doi:10.1073/pnas.1307594110.

——. 2013b. “Recent Land Use Change in the Western Corn Belt Threatens Grasslands and Wetlands.” Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 110: 4134–4139.

——. 2013c. “Land-use Change in the Corn Belt: Influence on Grasslands and Wetlands.” Plenary session presented at the NSF Macrosystems Biology PI Meeting, Arlington, VA, June 7.

——. 2013d. “Recent Grassland Conversion in the Western Corn Belt.” Earth Day public lecture presented at Dakota State University, Madison, SD, May 25.

——. 2013e. “Recent Land Use Change in the Western Corn Belt Threatens Grasslands and Wetlands.” Presented at the Ecological Society of America Annual Meeting. Minneapolis, MN, August 4–9.

——. 2013f. “North Central Resource Assessment Team Report.” Presented at the Sun Grant/U.S. Department of Energy Regional Biomass Feedstock Partnership Annual Meeting, Tunica, MS, February 14.

——. 2013g. “Recent Land Use Change in the Western Corn Belt Threatens Grasslands and Wetlands.” Presented at the Annual Meeting of the South Dakota Chapter of the Wildlife Society, Oacoma, SD, February 26.

Northeast GIS

Ahmed, Z., C. Peters, J. Wightman, and P. B. Woodbury. 2009. “Geospatial Analysis of Sustainable Biomass Feedstock Production Potential in the Northeast USA Sun Grant Region.” 2009 International Annual Meetings of the American Society of Agronomy, Crop Science Society of America, and Soil Science Society of America. Pittsburgh, PA, November 1–5.

Mas, C. J., Z. Wojnar, and P. B. Woodbury. 2008. “Environmental Impacts of Ethanol and Biodiesel.” Presented to the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation, Albany, NY, May 6.

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Mas, C. J., Z. Wojnar, and P. B. Woodbury. 2008. “Environmental Impacts of Ethanol and Biodiesel.” Presented to the staff of the Governor of New York State, Albany, NY, June 9.

New York State. 2009. “New York State Renewable Fuels Visioning Meeting.” Workshop to develop a vision for biofuels for New York State, New York State Energy Research and Development Authority, the New York Department of Agriculture and Markets, and the New York Department of Environmental Conservation, Albany, NY, January 29.

Richards, B. K., C. R. Stoof, I. Cary, and P. B. Woodbury. 2014. “Reporting on Marginal Lands for Bioenergy Feedstock Production: a Modest Proposal.” BioEnergy Research 7 (3): 1060–2. doi:10.1007/s12155-014-9408-x.

Stoof, C. R., B. K. Richards, P. B. Woodbury, H. Mayton, J. H. Cherney, and T. Steenhuis. 2012. “Untapped Potential: Sustainable Bioenergy Production from Marginal Lands in the Northeast US.” Presented at the 2012 International Annual Meetings of the American Society of Agronomy, Crop Science Society of America, and Soil Science Society of America, Cincinnati, OH, October 21–24.

Woodbury, P. B. 2008a. “Approaches for Quantifying Bioenergy Feedstock Production Potential and Environmental Impacts in the Northeast Sun Grant Region.” Presented at the Seminar Series: The Science and Engineering Challenges to the Development of Sustainable Biobased Industries, Department of Biological and Environmental Engineering, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, September 25.

——. 2008b. “Approaches for Quantifying the Sustainability of Bioenergy Feedstock Production Pathways in the Northeastern USA.” Presented at the Northeast Renewable Energy Conference, Pennsylvania State University, State College, PA, August 26.

——. 2008c. “Approaches for Quantifying the Sustainability of Bioenergy Feedstock Production Pathways.” Presented at the 78th Meeting of the Petroleum Environmental Research Forum, Philadelphia, PA, November 18.

——. 2008d. “Current and Potential Carbon Sequestration and Biomass Energy in New York State.” Presented at the Carbon Sequestration Seminar, Department of Natural Resources, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, January 30.

——. 2008e. “Geospatial Analysis of Opportunities and Challenges for Sustainable Biomass Feedstock Production.” Presented at Biofuels: The Economic and Environmental Interactions Conference, Departments of Applied Economics and Management and Biological and Environmental Engineering, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, February 11.

——. 2008f. “New York and Northeast US Land Resources for Sustainable Bioenergy Feedstock Production.” Presented at Bioenergy and Greenhouse Gases: Research Highlights and Needs in Crop, Soil, and Environmental Sciences Conference, Department of Crop and Soil Sciences, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, February 14.

Woodbury, P. B. 2008a. “Approaches for Quantifying Bioenergy Feedstock Production Potential and Environmental Impacts in the Northeast Sun Grant Region.” Presented at the Seminar Series: The Science and Engineering Challenges to the Development of Sustainable Biobased Industries, Department of Biological and Environmental Engineering, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, September 25.

——. 2008b. “Approaches for Quantifying the Sustainability of Bioenergy Feedstock Production Pathways in the Northeastern USA.” Presented at the Northeast Renewable Energy Conference, Pennsylvania State University, State College, PA, August 26.

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——. 2008c. “Approaches for Quantifying the Sustainability of Bioenergy Feedstock Production Pathways.” Presented at the 78th Meeting of the Petroleum Environmental Research Forum, Philadelphia, PA, November 18.

——. 2008d. “Current and Potential Carbon Sequestration and Biomass Energy in New York State.” Presented at the Carbon Sequestration Seminar, Department of Natural Resources, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, January 30.

——. 2008e. “Geospatial Analysis of Opportunities and Challenges for Sustainable Biomass Feedstock Production.” Presented at Biofuels: The Economic and Environmental Interactions Conference, Departments of Applied Economics and Management and Biological and Environmental Engineering, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, February 11.

——. 2008f. “New York and Northeast US Land Resources for Sustainable Bioenergy Feedstock Production.” Presented at Bioenergy and Greenhouse Gases: Research Highlights and Needs in Crop, Soil, and Environmental Sciences Conference, Department of Crop and Soil Sciences, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, February 14.

Woodbury, P., J. Cherney, J. Wightman, J. Duxbury, W. Cox, C. Mohler, and S. DeGloria. 2008a. “Quantifying the Sustainability of Bioenergy Pathways for New York and the Northeastern USA.” Presented at the Second Bio-Energy Awareness Days, sponsored by the USDA, Washington, D.C., June 21–23.

——. “Quantifying the Sustainability of Bioenergy Pathways for New York and the Northeastern USA.” Presented at the Annual GIS Day, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, November 18.

Woodbury, P. B., H. van Es, W. Cox, J. Cherney, A. DiTommaso, J. Duxbury, D. Buckley, R. Hahn, C. J. Lehmann, J. Gaunt, P. Hobbs, J. Lauren, J. Melkonian, J. Thies, D. Grantham, T. Setter, J. Russell-Anelli, and S. Smith. 2008c. “Bioenergy and Greenhouse Gas Mitigation: The Role of Crop, Soil, and Environmental Information Sciences,” Presented at the Annual GIS Day, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, November 18.

Woodbury, P. B., H. van Es, W. Cox, J. Cherney, A. DiTommaso, J. Duxbury, D. Buckley, R. Hahn, C. J. Lehmann, J. Gaunt, P. Hobbs, J. Lauren, J. Melkonian, J. Thies, D. Grantham, T. Setter, J. Russell-Anelli, and S. Smith. 2008d. “Bioenergy and Greenhouse Gas Mitigation: The Role of Crop, Soil, and Environmental Information Sciences.” Presented at the Second Bio-Energy Awareness Days, sponsored by the USDA, Washington, D.C., June 21–23.

Woodbury, P. B. 2009a. “A Researcher’s View of Biofuel and Bioenergy Sustainability Analysis,” Presented to the U.S. Department of State, Washington, D.C., March 13.

——. 2009b. “Cellulosic Bioenergy: Sustainability and Environmental Issues.” Invited briefing on Regional Cellulosic Bioenergy by the Sun Grant Initiative presented to the U.S. House of Representatives, Cannon Office Building, Washington, D.C., March 13.

Woodbury, P. B., Z. Ahmed, C. Peters, and J. Wightman. 2009a. “Approaches for Quantifying Bioenergy Feedstock Production Potential and Environmental Impacts in the Northeast Sun Grant Region.” Presented at Sun Grant Initiative Energy Conference: Sustainable Bioenergy and Bioproducts Research for a Better Environment and a Growing Economy. Sun Grant Initiative, Washington D.C., March 11.

Woodbury, P. B., C. Peters, Z. Ahmed, J. Wightman, S. Waltman, and T. Richard. 2009b. “Multi-scale Integrated Modeling of Sustainable Herbaceous Biomass Feedstock Production Potential in the Northeastern USA.” Presented at the 2009 International Annual Meetings of the American Society of Agronomy, Crop Science Society of America, and Soil Science Society of America, Pittsburgh, PA, November 1–5.

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Woodbury, P. B., Z. Ahmed, C. Peters, and J. Wightman. 2009a. “Opportunities and Challenges for Sustainable Biomass Feedstock Production in New York State and the Northeast.” Presented at the Cornell Cooperative Extension Agriculture and Food Systems In-Service Meeting, Ithaca, NY, November 11.

Woodbury, P. B., Z. Ahmed, C. Peters, and J. Wightman. 2009b. “Sustainable Biomass Resources in the Northeast.” Presented at the 2009 Workshop: Re-imagining Sustainable Landscapes, Pennsylvania State University, State College, PA, December 3.

Woodbury, P. B. 2010. “What is the Potential for Sustainable Bioenergy Feedstock Production in New York and the Northeast?” Presented at the 72nd Annual Cornell Seed Conference, Geneva, NY, December 2.

Woodbury, P. B., Z. Ahmed, C. Peters, and J. Wightman. 2010a. “Quantifying Sustainable Biomass Resources at National, Regional, and State Scales.” Presented at the Crop and Soil Sciences Seminar Series, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, February 18.

——. 2010b. “Sustainable Biomass Feedstock Assessment in the Northeast Sun Grant Region.” Presented at the Sun Grant and Department of Energy Regional Feedstock Partnership Meeting, San Antonio, TX, February 24.

——. 2010c. “Sustainable Biomass Feedstock Production Potential and Greenhouse Gas Balance in the Northeast Sun Grant Region.” Presented at the Northeast Sun Grant Regional Conference, Syracuse, NY, May 26.

Woodbury, P. B. 2011a. “Regional Feedstock Partnership Resource Assessment.” Presented at the Department of Energy Office of Biomass Programs Peer Review Meeting, Annapolis, MD, April 8.

——. 2011b. “Biomass as a Renewable Energy Resource in New York State and the Northeast USA.” Presented at the Teacher Training Workshop, Department of Biological and Environmental Engineering, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, June 21.

——. 2011c. “Biomass as a Renewable Energy Resource in New York State and the Northeast USA.” Presented to the High School Ecology Class, Lehman Alternative Community School, Ithaca, NY, April 26.

Woodbury, P. B., Z. Ahmed, and J. Wightman. 2011d. “Sustainable Biomass Feedstock Assessment in the Northeast Sun Grant Region.” Presented at the Sun Grant and Department of Energy Regional Feedstock Partnership Meeting, Knoxville, TN, February 16.

Woodbury, P. B. 2012a. “Potential Bioenergy Feedstock Production in New York State and the Northeast USA.” Presented at the Sustainable Bioenergy Production on Marginal Lands Seminar Series, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, January 31.

——. 2012b. “Biomass as a Renewable Energy Resource in the Southern Tier of New York State.” Sustainable Tioga Stronger Economies Together Economic Development Project, Owego, NY, February 16.

——. 2012c. “Biomass as a Renewable Energy Resource in the Northeast USA.” Presented at the Teacher Training Workshop, Department of Biological and Environmental Engineering, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, June 13.

——. 2013a. “Sustainable Bioenergy Feedstock Production in New York State and the Northeast USA.” Presented at the Sustainable Bioenergy Production on Marginal Lands Seminar Series, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, January 30.

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——. 2013b. “Bioenergy Feedstock Production in the NE: Land Use, Yields, and Sustainability.” Presented to the Northeast Woody/Warm-season Biomass Consortium, April 9. http://www.newbio.psu.edu/Extension/Webinars.asp.

——. 2013c. “Sustainable Bioenergy Feedstock Production on Marginal Lands.” Presented at the Sustainable Bioenergy Production on Marginal Lands Seminar Series, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, May 1.

South Central GIS

Acheampong, K. 2009. “The Impact of Switchgrass Production on Oklahoma Hay Markets.” MS Thesis, Oklahoma State University, December.

Acheampong, K., M. R. Dicks, and B. D. Adam. 2010. “The Impact of Biofuel Mandates and Switchgrass Production on Hay Markets.” Presented at the NCCC-134: Conference on Applied Commodity Price Analysis, Forecasting, and Market Risk Management, St. Louis, MO, April 19–20. http://www.farmdoc.illinois.edu/nccc134/conf_2010/pdf/confp05-10.pdf.

Acheampong, K., M. R. Dicks, and B. D. Adam. 2011. “The Impact of Biofuel Mandates and Switchgrass Production on Hay Markets.” Presented at the 2011 Southern Agricultural Economics Association Annual Meeting, Corpus Christi, TX, February 5–8. http://ageconsearch.umn.edu/bitstream/98797/2/The%20Impact%20of%20Biofuel%20Mandates%20and%20Switchgrass%20Production%20on%20Hay%20Markets2.pdf.

Acheampong, K., and M. R. Dicks. 2012. “Fertilizer Demand for Biofuel and Cereal crop Production in the United States.” Presented at the 2012 Southern Agricultural Economics Association (SAEA) Annual Meeting, Birmingham, AL, February 4–7. http://ageconsearch.umn.edu/bitstream/119798/2/Fertilizer%20Demand%20--%20Kwame%20Acheampong.pdf.

Basnet, A., T. Depona, W. Hedges, and M. R. Dicks. 2011. “Potential Biomass Yields in the South Central US.” Presented at the 2011 Southern Agricultural Economics Association Annual Meeting, Corpus Christi, TX, February 5–8. http://ageconsearch.umn.edu/bitstream/98792/2/Potential%20Biomass%20Yields%20in%20the%20South%20Central%20US.pdf.

Dicks, M. R., J. Campiche, D. De La Torre Ugarte, C. Hellwinckel, H.L. Bryant, and James W. Richardson. 2009. “Land Use Implications of Expanding Biofuel Demand.” Journal of Agricultural and Applied Economics 41 (2): 1–19. doi:10.1017/S1074070800002911.

Dicks, M. R., D. De La Torre Ugarte, C. Hellwinckel, and J. Campiche. 2009. “Land Use Implications of Expanding Biofuel Demand.” Presented at the 2009 Southern Agricultural Economics Association Annual Meeting, Atlanta, GA, January 31–February 3.

Dickson, A., and M. R. Dicks. 2009. “The Potential Economic Impacts of the Managed Haying and Grazing of CRP.” Presented at the 2009 Southern Agricultural Economics Association Annual Meeting, Atlanta, GA, January 31–February 3. http://ageconsearch.umn.edu/bitstream/46807/2/SAEA_paper.pdf.

Ouedraogo, F., 2012. “The Economic Impacts of Land Use Changes Associated with Switchgrass-based Ethanol Production in Oklahoma.” Master’s Thesis, Department of Agricultural Economics, Oklahoma State University. https://shareok.org/bitstream/handle/11244/8712/Ouedraogo_okstate_0664M_12292.pdf?sequence=1&isAllowed=y.

Pujula, A. L., D. Maradiaga, and M. Dicks. 2010a. “Contemporary Issues in Estimating Yield Distributions.” Presented at the 2010 Southern Agricultural Economics Association Annual Meeting,

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Orlando, FL, February 7–9. http://ageconsearch.umn.edu/bitstream/56527/2/pujula_M_D_SAEA2010.pdf.

Pujula, A. L., D. I. Maradiaga, H. O. Zapata, and M. R. Dicks. 2010b. “A Century of Crop Yield Density Estimation with Perspectives.” Poster presented at the Agricultural and Applied Economics Association, Canadian Ag Economics Society, and Western Agricultural Economics Association Joint Annual Meeting, Denver, CO, July 25–27. http://ageconsearch.umn.edu/bitstream/61909/2/Pujula_MZD_poster_AAEA2010.pdf.

Sobowale, F. 2011. “Impact of United States Corn-Based Ethanol Production on Land Use.” Master’s Thesis, Oklahoma State University, July. https://shareok.org/bitstream/handle/11244/8726/Sobowale_okstate_0664M_11623.pdf?sequence=1.

Sobowale, F., M. Dicks, and J. Campiche. 2011. “Impact of US Corn-based Ethanol Production on Land Use.” Presented at the 2011 Southern Agricultural Economics Association Annual Meeting, Corpus Christi, TX, February 5–8. http://ageconsearch.umn.edu/bitstream/98854/2/The%20Impact%20of%20United%20States%20Corn-based%20Ethanol%20Production%20on%20Land%20Use.pdf.

Weaver, L. 2012. “Should We Pay Farmers Not to Farm? A Case of the Conservation Reserve Program.” Master’s Thesis, Department of Agricultural Economics, Oklahoma State University. Also presented at 2012 Agricultural and Applied Economics Association Annual Meeting, Seattle, WA, August 12–14. https://shareok.org/bitstream/handle/11244/8362/Weaver_okstate_0664M_12218.pdf?sequence=1&isAllowed=y.

Woldesenbet, T. 2012. “Economic and Environmental Tradeoffs from Switchgrass and Ethanol Production (A Case in Oklahoma).” Master’s Thesis, Department of Agricultural Economics, Oklahoma State University. https://shareok.org/bitstream/handle/11244/8740/Woldesenbet_okstate_0664M_12334.pdf?sequence=1&isAllowed=y.

Woldesenbet, T., and D. Shideler. 2012. “Environmental and Economic Tradeoffs from Cellulosic Ethanol: A Case Study in Oklahoma.” Presented at the 2012 Annual Meeting of the Southern Regional Science Association, Charlotte, NC, March 24.

Southeastern GIS

Grobovic, M. 2012a. “Southeastern Resource Assessment Team Report.” Presented at the Sun Grant/U.S. Department of Energy Regional Biomass Feedstock Partnership Annual Meeting, Indianapolis, IN, March 15.

——. 2012b. “Southeastern Regional Atlas of Biomass Feedstock Potential.” Presented at the Sun Grant National Conference: Science for Biomass Feedstock Production and Utilization. New Orleans, LA, October 2–5.

——. 2013. “Southeastern Resource Assessment Team Report.” Presented at the Sun Grant/U.S. Department of Energy Regional Biomass Feedstock Partnership Annual Meeting, Tunica, MS, February 14.

Jackson, S. W. 2010. “Southeastern Region GIS Efforts.” Presented at the Sun Grant /U.S. Department of Energy Regional Biomass Feedstock Partnership Annual Meeting, San Antonio, TX, February 24.

Jackson, S. W. 2011. “Southeastern Regional Resource Assessment Report.” Presented at the Sun Grant/U.S. Department of Energy Regional Biomass Feedstock Partnership Annual Meeting, Knoxville, TN, February 15–17.

Southeastern Regional Sun Grant Center. n.d. Southeast Biomass Atlas. www.biomassatlas.org.

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Western GIS

Daly, C., and M. Halbleib. 2009a. “Western Region Sun Grant GIS Team Status Report,” Presented at the Sun Grant Regional Biomass Feedstock Partnership Workshop, Washington, D.C., March 9.

——. 2009b. “Sun Grant Western Region GIS Task Status Report.” Presented at the SGI Regional Feedstock Partnership’s Annual Working Group Meeting, Washington, D.C., March 9.

——. 2009c. “Using Map Server Technology and Environmental Datasets for Feedstock Development and Assessment.” Presented at the Sun Grant Initiative Energy Conference, Washington, D.C., March 12.

——. 2010, “Nationwide Suitability Modeling of Bio-energy Crops: A Useful Idea?” Presented at the Sun Grant/U.S. Department of Energy Regional Biomass Feedstock Partnership Annual Meeting, San Antonio, TX, February 24.

Daly, C. 2011a. “Biomass Mapping of Bio-Energy Feedstocks.” Presented at the U.S. Navy Green Fleet Workshop, Honolulu, HI, March 7.

——. 2011b. “Nationwide Bio-Fuel Resource Mapping: Estimating the Potential Distribution and Yield of Biomass Crops.” Presented to the Texas A&M University Biomass Group, June 10.

Daly, C., M. Halbleib, M. Doggett, and D. Hannaway. 2011. “Nationwide Biomass Modeling of Bio-energy Feedstocks.” Presented at the Sun Grant Feedstock Partnership Annual Meeting, Knoxville, TN, February 15–16.

Daly, C., M. Halbleib, and L. Eaton. 2013a. “Nationwide Bio-Fuel Resource Mapping: CRP Grass Biomass Feedstocks.” Presented at the Workshop for the U.S. Department of Energy/U.S. Department of Agriculture/U.S. Department of Transportation Sun Grant Initiative, Kansas City, MO, July 25–26.

——. 2013b. “Nationwide Bio-Fuel Resource Mapping: Energycane Biomass Feedstocks.” Presented at the Workshop for the U.S. Department of Energy/U.S. Department of Agriculture/U.S. Department of Transportation Sun Grant Initiative, Jackson, MS, May 7–8.

——. 2013c. “Nationwide Bio-Fuel Resource Mapping: Sorghum Biomass Feedstocks.” Presented at the Workshop for the U.S. Department of Energy/U.S. Department of Agriculture/U.S. Department of Transportation Sun Grant Initiative, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, TN, June 27–28.

——. 2013d. “Nationwide Bio-Fuel Resource Mapping: Switchgrass Biomass Feedstocks.” Presented at the Workshop for the U.S. Department of Energy/U.S. Department of Agriculture/U.S. Department of Transportation Sun Grant Initiative, Corvallis, OR, May 29–30.

——. 2013e. “Nationwide Bio-Fuel Resource Mapping: Woody Biomass Feedstocks.” Presented at the Workshop for the U.S. Department of Energy/U.S. Department of Agriculture/U.S. Department of Transportation Sun Grant Initiative, Corvallis, OR, September 18–19.

Halbleib, M., C. Daly, M. Doggett, and D. Hannaway. 2012a. “Modeling of Bio-energy Feedstock Biomass in the US.” Presented at the Sun Grant Feedstock Partnership Annual Meeting, Indianapolis, IN, March 14–15.

——. 2012b. “Nationwide Crop Suitability Modeling of Biomass Feedstocks.” Presented at the Sun Grant Initiative 2012 National Conference: Science for Biomass Feedstock Production and Utilization, New Orleans, LA, October 2–5.

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Baldwin, B., D. K. Lee, V. Owens, W. Rooney, and T. Voigt. 2009. “U.S. Dept. of Energy Regional Biomass Feedstocks Partnership.” Presented at the Bioenergy Symposium, AAIC, Termás de Chillán, Chillán, Chile, November 15–19.

Baldwin, B. S., J. B. Rushing, E. Richard, T. Tew, and A. Hale. 2010. “Energycane: Sugarcane Gone North.” Presented at the Seventh Annual Bioenergy Feedstock Symposium, Champaign, IL, January 11–12. http://bioenergyfeedstocks.igb.uiuc.edu/2010/ppt/baldwin.pdf.

Baldwin, B., et al. 2010. “2009 Growth and Yield Results.” Presented by the Species Lead at the Sun Grant/U.S. Department of Energy Regional Feedstock Partnership Report and Planning Meeting, San Antonio, TX, February 23–24.

Baldwin, B. 2011. “The Southeastern U.S.: Biomass Powerhouse.” Presented at the Soil and Water Conservation Society Annual Conference, Washington, D.C., July 17.

Baldwin, B., W. Anderson, J. Blumenthal, E. C. Brummer, K. Gravois, A. Hale, and L. T. Wilson. 2013. “Energycane (Saccharum spp.) Sugarcane Goes North.” Presented at the 245th National Meeting of American Chemical Society, Carbohydrates Division, New Orleans, LA, April 8.

Baldwin, B. S., W. Anderson, C. Brummer, J. R. Parish, K. Gravois, L. T. Wilson, J. Blumenthal, and A. Hale. 2013. “Southeast Regional Evaluation on Energycane (Saccharum spp.) Genotypes as a Potential Bioenergy Crop.” Presented at the SEC Conference, Atlanta, GA, February 10–12. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nIkf8NZSzwc.

Knoll, J. E., W. F. Anderson, B. Baldwin, and E. Richard. 2010. “Harvest Date Effects on Biomass Yield and Quality of New Energycane (Saccharum hybrid) Genotypes in the Southeastern USA.” Presented at the American Society of Agronomy/Crop Science Society of America/Soil Science Society of America Meeting, Long Beach, CA, October 31–November 5.

Knoll, J. E., W. F. Anderson, E. P. Richard Jr., J. Doran-Peterson, B. Baldwin, A. L. Hale, and R. P. Viator. 2013. “Harvest Date Effects on Biomass Quality and Ethanol Yield of New Energycane (Saccharum hyb.) Genotypes in the Southeast USA.” Biomass and Bioenergy 56: 147–156.

Owens, V., B. Baldwin, D. K. Lee, and T. Voigt. 2013. “Perennial Herbaceous Energy Crops and CRP Land for Biomass Production in the USA: A Five Year Regional Feedstock Partnership Report.” Presented at the Tenth Anniversary World Congress on Industrial Biotechnology, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, June 16–19.

Rushing, J. R., B. S. Baldwin, E. P. Richard, and T. L. Tew. 2009. “Evaluation of Cellulosic Energy Feedstocks for Production in Northcentral Mississippi USA,” Presented to the Fiber and Cellulosics Division AAIC, Termás de Chillán, Chillán, Chile, November 15–19.

Conservation Reserve Program Land (Primarily Mixed Grasses)

Anderson, E., E. Aberle, C. Chen, J. Egenolf, K. Keith, V.G. Kakani, R. Kallenbach, M. Khanna, W. Wang, and D. K. Lee. 2015. “Impacts of Management Practices on Bioenergy Feedstock Yield and Economic Feasibility on Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) Grasslands.” GCB Bioenergy.

Chen, C., J. Heser, T. Porter, and D. K. Lee. 2012. “Nitrogen Application and Harvest Timing Affect Biomass Yield and Composition on CRP Grassland.” Presented at the 2012 Sun Grant National Conference: Science for Biomass Feedstock Production and Utilization, New Orleans, LA, October 2–5. http://sungrant.tennessee.edu/NatConference/.

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Lee, D. K., E. Aberle, C. Chen, J. Egnolf, K. Harmoney, G. Kakani, and R. L. Kallenbach. 2009. “The Regional Biomass Feedstock Partnership: Herbaceous Energy Crops and CRP Land for Biomass Production Across Environmental Gradients, CRP Land for Biomass Energy Production in the US.” Presented at the Sixth Annual Conference of the World Congress on Industrial Biotechnology and Bioprocessing, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, July 19–22.

Lee, D. K., E. Aberle, C. Chen, J. Egnolf, K. Harmoney. V. G. Kakani, R. Kallenbach, and J. Castro. 2010. “Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) Grassland for Sustainable Biomass Feedstock Production-Regional Biomass Feedstock Partnership.” International Annual Meeting Abstracts. American Society of Agronomy, Crop Science Society of America, and Soil Science Society of America, Madison, WI. 56–35.

Lee, D. K., E. Aberle, C. Chen, J. Egnolf, K. Harmoney, G. Kakani, and R. L. Kallenbach. 2011. “Utilization of Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) Grass Land for Sustainable Biomass Production.” Presented at the First Annual World Congress of Bioenergy, Dalian, CN, April 25–30.

Lee, D. K., E. Aberle, C. Chen, J. Egnolf, K. Harmoney, G. Kakani, R. L. Kallenbach, and J. C. Castro. 2012a. “Nitrogen and Harvest Management of Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) Grassland for Sustainable Feedstock Production.” GCB Bioenergy 5: 6–15.

Lee, D. K., E. Aberle, C. Chen, J. Egenolf, K. Harmoney, G. Kakani, and R. Kallenbach. 2012b. “Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) Grassland for Sustainable Biomass Production.” In Proceedings of the 2012 Sun Grant National Conference: Science for Biomass Feedstock Production and Utilization 1 (3): 3.12, New Orleans, LA, October 2–5. http://sungrant.tennessee.edu/NatConference/.

Lee, D. K., E. Aberle, C. Chen, J. Egenolf, K. Harmoney, G. Kakani, and R. Kallenbach. 2013. “The Regional Biomass Feedstock Partnership: Herbaceous Energy Crops and CRP Land for Biomass Production in the USA: A Five Year Regional Feedstock Partnership Report, CRP Land for Biomass Energy Production.” Presented at the Tenth Annual Conference of the World Congress on Industrial Biotechnology and Bioprocessing, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, June 16–19.

Mohammed, Y. A., C. Chen, J. Heser, and D. K. Lee. 2014. “Biomass Production and Energy Content of Grass and Alfalfa Mixture in CRP Land Affected by Nitrogen and Harvesting Timing in Central Montana.” Agronomy Journal 106: 43–51.

NDSU-CREC (North Dakota State University Carrington Research Extension Center). 2010. “Evaluation of CRP for Cellulosic Biomass Production.” 2010 NDSU-CREC Annual Report, Volume 51. https://www.ag.ndsu.edu/CarringtonREC/documents/annual-reports/2010-annual-report.

——. 2012. “Evaluation of CRP for Cellulosic Biomass Production.” 2012 NDSU-CREC Annual Report, Volume 53. https://www.ag.ndsu.edu/CarringtonREC/documents/annual-reports/2012-annual-report.

Porter, T., C. Chen, R. Lawrence, and B. Sowell. 2012. “Effect of Fertilization and Growing Season on CRP Pastureland as a Biofuel Feedstock.” In Proceedings of the Science and Engineering for A Biobased Industry and Economy Committee Meeting and Symposium, Washington, D.C., August 7.

Porter, T. F. 2013. “Comparison of Three Remote Sensing Techniques to Measure Biomass on Crop Pastureland.” M.S. Thesis, Montana State University.

Porter, T. F., C. Chen, J. A. Long, R. L. Lawrence, and B. F. Sowell. 2014. “Estimating Biomass on CRP Pastureland: A Comparison of Remote Sensing Techniques.” Biomass and Bioenergy 66: 268–274.

Harmoney, K., and H. Jansonius. 2011. “Conservation Reserve Program Land Management for Biomass Feedstock Production.” In Roundup 2011. Kansas State University, April. Contribution No. 11-237-S from the Kansas Agricultural Experiment Station. 40‒43. https://www.ksre.k-state.edu/historicpublications/pubs/SRP1050.pdf.

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Bioenergy Research Special Publication associated with DOE-Sun Grant Regional Feedstock Partnership

Archer, D. W., D. L. Karlen, and M. A. Liebig. 2014. “Crop Residue Harvest Economics: An Iowa and North Dakota Cast Study.” Bioenergy Research 7: 568–575.

Baker, J. M., J. Fassbinder, and J. A. Lamb. 2014. “The Impact of Corn Stover Removal on N2O Emission and Soil Respiration: An Investigation with Automated Chambers.” Bioenergy Research 7 (2): 503–8. doi:10.1007/s12155-014-9412-1.

Benjamin, J. G., and D. L. Karlen. 2014. “LLWR Techniques for Quantifying Potential Soil Compaction Consequences of Crop Residue Removal.” Bioenergy Research 7 (2): 468–80. doi:10.1007/s12155-013-9400-x.

Birrell, S. J., D. L. Karlen, and A. Wirt. 2014. “Development of Sustainable Corn Stover Harvest Strategies for Cellulosic Ethanol Production.” Bioenergy Research 7 (2): 509–16. doi:10.1007/s12155-014-9418-8.

Campbell, E. E., J. M. F. Johnson, V. L. Jin, R. M. Lehman, S. L. Osborne, G. E. Varvel, and K. Paustian. 2014. “Assessing the Soil Carbon, Biomass Production, and Nitrous Oxide Emission Impact of Corn Stover Management for Bioenergy Feedstock Production Using DAYCENT.” BioEnergy Research 7 (2): 491–502. doi:10.1007/s12155-014-9414-z 2014.

Cantrell, K. B., J. M. Novak, J. R. Frederick, D. L. Karlen, and D. W. Watts. 2014. “Influence of Corn Residue Harvest Management on Grain, Stover, and Energy Yields.” Bioenergy Research 7 (2): 590–7. doi:10.1007/s12155-014-9433-9.

Jin, V. L., J. M. Baker, J. F. Johnson, D. L. Karlen, R. M. Lehman, S. L. Osborne, T. J. Sauer, D. E. Stott, G. E. Varvel, R. T. Venterea, M. R. Schmer, and B. J. Wienhold. 2014. “Soil Greenhouse Gas Emissions in Response to Corn Stover Removal and Tillage Management across the U.S. Corn Belt.” Bioenergy Research 7 (2): 517–27.

Johnson, J. M. F., J. M. Novak, G. E. Varvel, D. E. Stott, S. L. Osborne, D. L. Karlen, J. A. Lamb, J. Baker, and P. R. Adler. 2014. “Crop Residue Mass Needed to Maintain Soil Organic Carbon Levels: Can it be Determined?” Bioenergy Research 7: 481–490. doi:10.1007/s12155-014-9421-0.

Karlen, D. L., S. J. Birrell, J. M. F. Johnson, S. L. Osborne, T. E. Schumacher, G. E. Varvel, R. B. Ferguson, J. M. Novak, J. R. Fredrick, J. M. Baker, J. A. Lamb, P. R. Adler, G. W. Roth, and E. D. Nafziger. 2014. “Multilocation Corn Stover Harvest Effects on Crop Yields and Nutrient Removal.” Bioenergy Research 7: 528–39. doi:10.1007/s12155-014-9419-7.

Lehman, R. M., T. F. Ducey, V. L. Jin, V. Acosta-Martinez, C. M. Ahlschwede, E. S. Jeske, R. A. Drijber, K. Cantrell, J. R. Frederick, D. M. Fink, S. L. Osborne, J. M. Novak, J. M. F. Johnson, and G. E. Varvel. 2014. “Soil Microbial Community Response to Corn Stover Harvesting under Rain-Fed, No-Till Conditions at Multiple US Locations.” Bioenergy Research 7 (2): 540–50. doi:10.1007/s12155-014-9417-9.

Mourtzinis, S., K. Cantrell, F. Arriaga, K. Balkcom, J. Novak, J. Frederick, and D. Karlen. 2014. “Distribution of Structural Carbohydrates in Corn Plants across the Southeastern USA.” Bioenergy Research 7 (2): 551–8. doi:10.1007/s12155-014-9429-5.

Osborne, S. L., J. M. F. Johnson, V. L. Jin, A. L. Hammerbeck, G. E. Varvel, and T. E. Schumacher. 2014. “The Impact of Corn Residue Removal on Soil Aggregates and Particulate Organic Matter.” Bioenergy Research 7 (2): 559–67. doi:10.1007/s12155-014-9413-0.

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Abodeely, J., D. Muth, and K. Bryden. 2012a. “Integration of the DAYCENT Biogeochemical Model within a Multi-Model Framework.” In 2012 International Congress on Environmental Modelling and Software. Managing Resources of a Limited Planet: Pathways and Visions under Uncertainty, Sixth Biennial Meeting, Leipzig, Germany. http://www.iemss.org/society/index.php/iemss-2012-Proceedings.

Abodeely, J., D. Muth, P. R. Adler, E. Campbell, and K. Bryden. 2012b. “A Multi-factor Analysis of Sustainable Agricultural Residue Removal Potential.” In Proceedings of the Sun Grant National Conference: Science for Biomass Feedstock Production and Utilization, New Orleans, LA. www.sungrant.tennessee.edu/NatConference/.

Adler, P. R., S. J. Del Grosso, G. Pourhashem S. Spatari, G. W. Roth, and W. J. Parton. 2010. “Quantifying and Mitigating the Environmental Impacts of Using Corn Stover as a Biofuel Feedstock.” Presented at the 95th Ecological Society of America Annual Convention, Pittsburgh, PA, August 1–6.

Anex, R. P., D. J. Muth, J. R. Hess, T. L. Richard, and D. L. Karlen. 2010. “An Integrated Analysis Tool to Guide Sustainable Biomass Production.” Presented at the 32nd Symposium on Biotechnology for Fuels and Chemicals, Clearwater Beach, FL, April 19–22.

Campbell, E. E., J. M. F. Johnson, V. L. Jin, G. E. Varvel, P. R. Adler, and K. Paustian. 2012. “Using DAYCENT to Model the Soil Impacts of Harvesting Corn Stover for Bioenergy.” Presented at the Sun Grant National Conference: Science for Biomass Feedstock Production and Utilization, New Orleans, LA. www.sungrant.tennessee.edu/NatConference/.

Edgerton, M., A. Dubish, and J. M. F Johnson. 2011. “Sustainable Food and Energy Production: Environmental and Economic Benefits of Properly Managing Ethanol Production from Corn Biomass.” Presented at the North Central Soil Conservation Research Laboratory ‒ Annual Field Day, August 18.

Follett, R. F., K. P. Vogel, G. E. Varvel, R. B. Mitchell, and J. M. Kimble. 2012. “Soil Carbon Sequestration by Maize and Switchgrass Grown for Bioenergy.” BioEnergy Research 5: 866–875.

Hammerbeck, A. L., S. J. Stetson, S. L. Osborne, T. E. Schumacher, and J. L. Pikul Jr. 2012a. “Corn Residue Removal Impact on Soil Aggregates in a No-till Corn/Soybean Rotation.” Soil Science Society American Journal 76: 1390–1398.

Hammerbeck, A. L., S. L. Osborne, S. J. Stetson, T. E. Schumacher, and J. L. Pikul Jr. 2012b. “Corn Residue Removal Impact on Soil Aggregate Distribution and Particulate Organic Matter.” In Great Plains Soil Fertility Conference, edited by A. Schlegel and H. D. Bond, Denver, CO, March 6–7. http://www.ars.usda.gov/research/publications/publications.htm?seq_no_115=277718.

Houser, C. D., G. W. Roth, P. R. Adler, and T. L Richard. 2009. “Sustainability of Corn Stover Removal for Biofuel Production.” Presented at the Energy Bridge Inaugural Meeting, University Park, PA, July 15–16.

Houser, C. D., and G. W. Roth. 2010. “Exploring Strategies for Sustainable Corn Stover Harvest.” Presented at the Northeast Corn Improvement Conference, Lancaster, PA, February 14.

Johnson, J. M. F., and D. L. Karlen. 2009. “Advancing Biofuels: Balancing for Sustainability.” Presented at the Advances in Biofuels and Bioproducts: Life Cycle Analysis and Sustainability Symposium, AGRO Division of the American Chemical Society (ACS), 238th ACS National Meeting and Exposition, Washington D.C., August 16–20.

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Johnson, J. M. F., S. K. Papiernik, M. M. Mikha, K. Spokas, M. D. Tomer, and S. L. Weyers. 2009. “Soil Processes and Residue Harvest Management.” In Soil Quality and Biofuel Production, Advances in Soil Science, edited by R. Lal and B. Steward, 1–44. Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press.

Johnson, J. M. F. 2010a. “Organic Matter Balance: Managing for Soil Protection and Bioenergy Production.” Presented at the Southwest Agricultural Conference, Chatham, ON, January 6–7.

——. 2010b. “Sustainable Stover Harvest or I'm the ‘Lorax’ I speak for the Soil.” Presented at the Applied Plant Series Seminar Series Sustainable Development of Multifunctional Landscapes—Land, Food, Human Health, and Energy, University of Minnesota, Agronomy Department, St. Paul, MN, April 26.

——. 2010c. “Increasing Soil Health.” Presented at the Rural Advantage, Third Crop Producers Meeting, Fairmont, MN, March 22.

——. 2010d, “Sustainability Models.” Presented at the Sustainable Stover Harvest Science Forum, Deere/ADM/Monsanto Corn Stover Project External Data Review, Monsanto Creve Coeur Campus, St. Louis, MO, January 21–22.

Johnson, J. M. F., D. L. Karlen, and S. S. Andrews. 2010. “Conservation Considerations for Sustainable Bioenergy Feedstock Production: If, What, Where, and How Much?” Journal of Soil and Water Conservation 65 (4): 88A–91A.

Johnson, J. M. F., W. W. Wilhelm, D. L. Karlen, D. W. Archer, B. Wienhold, D. Lightle, et al. 2010. “Nutrient Removal as a Function of Corn Stover Cutting Height and Cob Harvest” Bioenergy Research 3: 342–52, doi:10.1007/s12155-010-9093-3.

Johnson, J. M. F. 2011. “Soil Carbon Balance – Residue Removal.” Presented at Soil Quality Assessment and Applications for Natural Resource Conservation Service Field Staff, Brookings, SD, August 25.

Johnson, J. M. F., and N. W. Barbour. 2011. “Yield Response to Corn Stover Harvest in the Northern Corn Belt.” Presented at Fundamental for Life: Soil, Crop and Environmental Sciences: American Society of Agronomy, Crop Science Society of America, and Soil Science Society of America International Meeting, San Antonio, TX, October 16–19.

Johnson, J. M. F., D. W. Archer, D. L. Karlen, S. L. Weyers, and W. W. Wilhelm. 2011a. “Soil Management Implications of Producing Biofuel Feedstock.” In Soil Management: Building a Stable Base for Agriculture, edited by J. Hatfield and T. Sauer, 371–390. American Society of Agronomy Series. Madison, WI: American Society of Agronomy and Soil Science Society of America.

Johnson, J. M. F., B. Dalzell, and J. Tallaksen. 2011b. “Tools for Properly Managing Biomass Harvest.” Presented at the University of Minnesota, West Central Research and Outreach Center – Summer Center Day, Morris, MN, July 8.

Johnson et al. 2011c. “Crop Residues of the Contiguous United States: Balancing Feedstock and Soil Needs with Conservation Tillage, Cover Crops, and Biochar Sustainable.” Presented at Feedstocks for Advanced Biofuels, SWCS, Atlanta, GA, September 28–30.

Johnson, J., V. Acosta-Martinez, C. Cambardella, and N. Barbour. 2013. “Crop and Soil Responses to Using Corn Stover as a Bioenergy Feedstock: Observations from the Northern U.S. Corn Belt.” Agriculture 3:72–89. doi:10.3390/agriculture3010072.

Karlen, D. L. 2009a. “Corn Stover Feedstock Field Trials and Future Integrative Visioning.” Presented at the ASA-CSSA-SSSA Annual Meetings, Pittsburgh, PA (available on CD), November 1–5.

——. 2009b. “Soil Quality: An Indicator of Sustainable Biofuel Feedstock Production.” Presented at the ASA-CSSA-SSSA Annual Meetings, Pittsburgh, PA (available on CD), November 1–5.

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——. 2010a. “An Integrated Landscape Vision for Sustainable Feedstock Supplies.” Presented at the Agricultural Outlook Forum, Arlington, VA, February 17–18.

——. 2010b. “Challenges and Opportunities for Sustainable Corn Stover Harvest.” Presented at the National No-Tillage Conference, Des Moines, IA, January 13.

——. 2010c. “Corn Stover Feedstock Field Trials and Future Integrative Visioning.” Presented at the DAM Stover Project Advisory Team Meeting, St. Louis, MO, January 21–22.

——. 2010d. “High Yields for Enhanced Sustainable Feedstock Production.” Presented at the Biomass 2010 Conference, Arlington, VA, March 30–31.

——. 2010e. “Soil Quality Impacts of Residue Removal for Biofuel Feedstock.” Presented at the Heartland Soil and Water Quality Workshop, Nebraska City, NE, June 9.

——. 2010f. “Corn Stover Feedstock Trials to Support Predictive Modeling.” Global Change Biology – Bioenergy 2(5):235–47. doi:10.1111/j.1757-1707.2010.01061.x.

——. 2010g. “A Landscape Vision for Integrating Industrial Crops into Biofuel Systems.” In Proceedings of the Association for Advancement of Industrial Crops, September 19–23, 2010.

Karlen, D. L., and N. R. Kitchen. 2010. “A Landscape Vision for Sustainable Biofuel Feedstock Production.” Presented at the Managing Agricultural Landscapes – II Conference, Denver, CO, April 28.

Karlen, D. L. 2011a. “An ARS Researcher’s Perspective on Uses for 2011 BT2 Data.” Presented at the Billion-Ton Update Workshop, Oak Ridge, TN, September 29–30.

——. 2011b. “An Overview of ARS REAP.” Presented at the U.S. Department of Agriculture-Bioenergy Research Centers Workshop, Denver, CO, March 16.

——. 2011c. “Balancing Biomass Production, Soil Health, and Fertility Needs.” Presented to the Innovative Farmers Association of Ontario, London, Ontario, Canada, February 23–24.

Karlen, D. L., and D. J. Muth Jr. 2011. “Regional Feedstock Partnership: Agricultural Residues & Stover Removal Tool.” Presented to at the DOE Platform Review, April 7. https://web.archive.org/web/20150916041127/http://obpreview2011.govtools.us/presenters/public/AllPresentations.aspx.

Karlen, D. L., S. J. Birrell, and J. R. Hess. 2011a. “A Five-Year Assessment of Corn Stover Harvest in Central Iowa, USA.” Soil Tillage Research 115–6: 47–55. doi:10.1016/j.still.2011.06.006.

Karlen, D. L., G. E. Varvel, J. M.-F. Johnson, J. M. Baker, S. L. Osborne, J. M. Novak, P. R. Adler, G. W. Roth, and S. J. Birrell. 2011b. “Monitoring Soil Quality to Assess the Sustainability of Harvesting Corn Stover.” Agronomy Journal 103: 288–95. doi:10.2134/agronj2010.0160s.

Karlen, D. L., and B. J. Kerr. 2012. “Future Testing Opportunities to Ensure Sustainability of the Biofuels Industry.” Community Soil Science Plant Analysis 43 (1–2): 36–46. doi:10.1080/00103624.2012.631410.

Karlen, D. L., S. J. Birrell, J. M. F. Johnson, S. L. Osborne, T. E. Schumacher, G. E. Varvel, R. B. Ferguson, J. M. Novak, J. R. Fredrick, J. M. Baker, J. A. Lamb, P. R. Adler, G. W. Roth, and E. D. Nafziger. 2012. “Corn Grain, Stover Yield, and Nutrient Removal Validations at Regional Partnership Sites.” In Proceedings of the Sun Grant National Conference: Science for Biomass Feedstock Production and Utilization, New Orleans, LA. www.sungrant.tennessee.edu/NatConference/.

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Karlen, D. L. 2013a. “ARS Renewable Energy Assessment Project (REAP) Overview and Findings: A Partnership Report.” Presented at the National Wildlife Federation Workshop on Sustainable Bioenergy Feedstock Harvest, Washington, D.C., January 28.

——. 2013b. “The Corn Stover Team – A 5-year Review.” Presented at the 2013 Regional Feedstock Partnership Annual Meeting, Tunica, MS, February 14.

Koch, J., D. Muth, and K. Bryden. 2012. “An Integrated Modeling and Data Management Strategy for Cellulosic Biomass Production Decisions.” In 2012 International Congress on Environmental Modelling and Software, Managing Resources of a Limited Planet: Pathways and Visions under Uncertainty, Sixth Biennial Meeting, Leipzig, Germany. http://www.iemss.org/society/index.php/iemss-2012-Proceedings.

Kovar, J. L., and D. L. Karlen. 2011. “Fluid Fertilizer’s Role in Sustaining Soils Used for Bio-energy Feedstock Production.” In Fluid Fertilizer Foundation Symposium Proceedings, edited by D. F. Leikam. Fluid Fertilizer Forum, Scottsdale, AZ, CD-ROM, Volume 28, February 20–22.

Laird, D. A., P. D. Fleming, D. D. Davis, R. Horton, B. Wang, and D. L. Karlen. 2010a. “Impact of Biochar Amendments on the Quality of a Typical Midwestern Agricultural Soil.” Geoderma 158: 443–9. doi:10.1016/j.geoderma.2010.05.013.

Laird, D. A., P. D. Fleming, B. Wang, R. Horton, and D. L. Karlen. 2010b. “Biochar Impact on Nutrient Leaching from a Midwestern Agricultural Soil.” Geoderma 158: 436–42. doi:10.1016/j.geoderma.2010.05.012.

Muth, D., and D. Karlen. 2012. “Sustainability Analyses.” Presented at the 2013 Regional Feedstock Partnership Annual Meeting, Tunica, MS, February 14.

Muth, D., and K. M. Bryden. 2012a. “A Conceptual Evaluation of Sustainable Variable-Rate Agricultural Residue Removal.” Journal of Environmental Quality 41: 1796‒1805. doi:10.2134/jeq2012.0067.

——. 2012b. “An Integrated Model for Assessment of Sustainable Agricultural Residue Removal Limits for Bioenergy Systems.” Environmental Modelling and Software 39:50–69. doi:10.1016/j.envsoft.2012.04.006.

Muth, D., D. McCorkle, J. Koch, and K. M. Bryden. 2012a. “Modeling the Impact of Variability at the Sub-Field Scale on Sustainable Agricultural Residue Removal.” Agronomy Journal 104: 970–81.

Muth, D. J., D. S. McCorkle, J. B. Koch, and K. M. Bryden. 2012b. “Modeling Sustainable Agricultural Residue Removal at the Subfield Scale.” Agronomy Journal 104: 970–81. doi:10.2134/agronj2012.0024.

Muth, D. J., K. M. Bryden, and R. G. Nelson. 2013. “Sustainable Agricultural Residue Removal for Bioenergy: A Spatially Comprehensive US National Assessment.” Applied Energy 102: 403–17. doi:10.1016/j.apenergy.2012.07.028.

Osborne, S. 2011. “Indicators of Short-term Changes in Soil Carbon.” Presented at Eastern South Dakota Soil and Water Research Farm Field Tour, Brookings, SD, June 21.

Pourhashem, G., P. R. Adler, A. McAloon, and S. Spatari. 2013. “Cost and Greenhouse Gas Emission Tradeoffs of Alternative Uses of Lignin for Second Generation Ethanol.” Environmental Resource Letters 8: 025021. doi:10.1088/1748-9326/8/2/025021.

Roth, G. W. 2009. “Bt Corn Stover…Does it Persist Longer?” Field Crop News 9 (26), September 28. http://extension.psu.edu/plants/crops/news/2009/september-8#e.

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Roth, G. W., and C. Gustafson. 2010. “Corn Cobs for Biofuel Production.” eXtension, January 31. http://www.extension.org/pages/Corn_Cobs_for_Biofuel_Production.

Roth, G. W. 2011a. “Rationale for Winter Cover Crops in Bioenergy Systems.” Winter Crops for Bioenergy and More Short Course, Penn State Cooperative Extension, University Park, PA, March 29. http://bioenergy.psu.edu/shortcourses/2011WinterCrops/RothCover.pdf.

——. 2011b. “Improving the Sustainability of Corn Stover Harvest.” Presented at the Keystone Crops and Soils Conference, Harrisburg, PA, October 26.

Roth, G.W., and P. R. Adler. 2011. “Evaluation of Sustainable Corn Stover Harvesting Strategies.” Presented to the Northeast Regional Branch of American Society of Agronomy, June 30.

Roth, G. W., C. D. Houser, D. Beyer, M. Hall, M. Fidanza, and P. R. Adler. 2012. “Sustainable Corn Stover Harvesting Strategies.” Presented at Penn State Mushroom Short Course, University Park, PA, June 11.

Stetson, S. J., S. L. Osborne, T. E. Schumacher, A. Eynard, G. Chilom, J. Rice, K. A. Nichols, and J. L. Pikul Jr. 2012. “Corn Residue Removal Impact on Topsoil Organic Carbon in a Corn-Soybean Rotation.” Soil Science Society of America Journal 76: 1399–1406. doi:10.2136/sssaj2011.0420.

Storlien, J., F. Hons, J. Heilman, J. Wight, and I. Tokumoto. 2011. “Effects of Specific Integrated Practices on Greenhouse Gas Fluxes from Bioenergy Sorghum Production in Central Texas.” Presented at the American Society of Agronomy, Crop Science Society of America, and Soil Science Society of America Annual Meeting, San Antonio, TX, October 16–19. https://scisoc.confex.com/crops/2011am/webprogram/Paper67144.html.

Stott, D. E., V. L. Jin, T. F. Ducey, D. L. Karlen, G. E. Varvel, J. M. F. Johnson, J. M. Baker, S. L. Osborne, J. M. Novak, P. R. Adler et al. 2012. “Influence of Corn Stover Harvest on Soil Quality Assessment at Multiple Locations across the U.S.” Presented at the Sun Grant National Conference: Science for Biomass Feedstock Production and Utilization, New Orleans, LA, October 2–5. http://lib.dr.iastate.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1409&context=abe_eng_conf.

Tallaksen, J. 2012. “Corn Cobs for Ethanol Process Energy.” Presented at the International Fuel Ethanol Workshop, Minneapolis, MN, June 6. http://renewables.morris.umn.edu/biomass/staff/Tallaksen/tallaksen_files/2012_Tallaksen_FEW.pdf.

Wienhold, B. J., G. E. Varvel, and V. L. Jin. 2010. “Role of Corn Cob Residue Fraction in Carbon and Nutrient Dynamics.” Presented at the Sustainable Feedstocks for Advanced Biofuels, Atlanta, GA, September 28–30.

Wienhold, B. J., G. E. Varvel, and V. L. Jin. 2011. “Corn Cob Residue Carbon and Nutrient Dynamics during Decomposition.” Agronomy Journal 103 (4): 1192–7. doi:10.2134/agronj2011.0002.

Wilhelm et al. 2010a. “Balancing Limiting Factors and Economic Drivers for Sustainable Midwestern US Agricultural Residue Feedstock Supplies.” Industrial Biotechnology 6 (5): 271–87. doi:10.1089/ind.2010.6.271.

Wilhelm, W. W., J. M. F. Johnson, D. Lightle, N. W. Barbour, D. L. Karlen, D. A. Laird, J. Baker, T. E. Ochsner, J. M. Novak, A. D. Halvorson, D. W. Archer, and F. Arriaga. 2010b. “Vertical Distribution of Corn Stover Dry Mass Grown at Several U.S. Locations.” Bioenergy Research 4 (1): 11–21. doi:10.1007/s12155-010-9097-z.

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Archer, D. W., D. J. Muth, J. J. Jacobson, and D. L. Karlen. 2012. “Economics of Residue Harvest: Regional Partnership Evaluation. Corn Stover Management Effects on Soil Organic Carbon Contents from Several U.S. Locations.” Presented at the Sun Grant National Conference: Science for Biomass

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Baker, J. M., J. Fassbinder, T. J. Sauer, and J. A. Lamb. 2012. “Corn Stover Removal Impacts on N2O Emission and Soil Respiration: Lessons from Automated Chamber Measurements.” Presented at the Sun Grant National Conference: Science for Biomass Feedstock Production and Utilization, New Orleans, LA, October 2–5. http://sungrant.tennessee.edu/NR/rdonlyres/5781889E-695B-4B95-8185-84096468CF51/3712/42Baker_John_VO_edits.pdf.

Cantrell, K. B., J. M. Novak, J. R. Frederick, D. L. Karlen, and D. W Watts. 2012. “Distribution of Energy Content in Corn Plants as Influenced by Corn Residue Management.” Presented at the Sun Grant National Conference: Science for Biomass Feedstock Production and Utilization, New Orleans, LA, October 2–5. http://sungrant.tennessee.edu/NR/rdonlyres/2DAC5371-60EE-4045-825E-9AC0DEC5278E/3665/13Cantrell_Keri.pdf.

Dalzell, B. J., J. M.-F. Johnson, J. Tallaksen, D. L. Allan, and N. W. Barbour. 2013. “Simulated Impacts of Crop Residue Removal and Tillage on Soil Organic Matter Maintenance.” Soil Science Society of America Journal 77: 1349–56. doi:10.2134/jeq2013.03.0097.

Del Grosso, S. J., J. W. White, G. Wilson, B. C. Vandenberg, D. L. Karlen, R. F. Follett, J. M.-F. Johnson, A. J. Franzluebbers, D. W. Archer, H. T. Gollany et al. 2013. “Introducing the GRACEnet/REAP Data Contribution, Discovery, and Retrieval System.” Journal of Environmental Quality 42 (4): 1274–80. doi:10.2134/jeq2013.03.0097.

Fassbinder, J. J., N. Schultz, J. M. Baker, and T. J. Griffis. 2013. “Automated, Low-power Chamber System for Measuring N2O Emissions.” Journal of Environmental Quality, 42 (2): 606–14. doi:10.2134/jeq2012.0283.

Feyereisen, G. F., G. G. Camargo, R. E. Baxter, J. M. Baker, and T. Richard. 2013. “Cellulosic Biofuel Potential of a Winter Rye Double Crop across the U.S. Corn-soybean Belt.” Agronomy Journal 105 (3): 631–42. doi:10.2134/agronj2012.0282.

Gollany, H. T., J. M. Novak, Y. Liang, S. L. Albrecht, R. W. Rickman, R. F. Follett, W. W. Wilhelm, and P. G. Hunt. 2010. “Simulating Soil Organic Carbon Dynamics with Residue Removal Using the CQESTR Model.” Soil Science Society of America Journal 74 (2): 372–83. doi:10.2136/sssaj2009.0086.

Gollany, H. T., R. W. Rickman, Y. Liang, S. Albrecht, S. Machado, and S. Kang. 2011. “Predicting Agricultural Management Influence on Long-term Soil Organic Carbon Dynamics: Implications for Biofuel Production.” Agronomy Journal 103 (1): 234–46. doi:10.2134/agronj2010.0203s.

Jin, V. L., J. M. Baker, J. M. F. Johnson, D. L. Karlen, R. M. Lehman, S. L. Osborne, T. J. Sauer, D. E. Stott, G. E. Varvel, and R. T. Venterea. 2012. “Greenhouse Gas Fluxes in Response to Corn Stover Harvest.” Presented at the Sun Grant National Conference: Science for Biomass Feedstock Production and Utilization, New Orleans, LA, October 2–5. http://sungrant.tennessee.edu/NR/rdonlyres/5781889E-695B-4B95-8185-84096468CF51/3735/Jin_Virginia.pdf.

Johnson, J. M., F. J. Arriaga, G. M. Banowetz, D. R. Huggins, D. Laird, M. J. Ottman, and B. J. Wienhold. 2011. “Crop Residues of the Contiguous United States: Balancing Feedstock and Soil Needs with Conservation Tillage, Cover Crops, and Biochar.” In Sustainable Alternative Fuel Feedstock Opportunities, Challenges, and Roadmaps for Six U.S. Regions, edited by R. Braun, D. Karlen, and D. Johnson. Ankeny, IA: Soil and Water Conservation Society. http://www.swcs.org/roadmap.

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Johnson, J. M., and J. M. Novak. 2012. “Sustainable Bioenergy Feedstock Production Systems: Integrating Carbon Dynamics, Erosion, Water Quality, and Greenhouse Gas Production.” In Managing Agricultural Greenhouse Gases: Coordinated Agricultural Research through GRACEnet to Address Our Changing Climate, edited by M. A. Liebig, A. J. Franzluebbers, and R. F. Follett, 111–26. San Diego, CA: Elsevier.

Johnson, J. M., G. E. Varvel, D. E. Stott, S. L. Osborne, J. M. Novak, D. L. Karlen, J. Lamb, and J. M. Baker. 2012. “Corn Stover Management Effects on Soil Organic Carbon Contents from Several U.S. Locations.” Presented at the Sun Grant 2012 National Conference: Science for Biomass Feedstock Production and Utilization, New Orleans, LA, October 2–5, 2012. http://sungrant.tennessee.edu/NR/rdonlyres/5781889E-695B-4B95-8185-84096468CF51/3724/JaneJohnson.pdf.

Karlen, D. L. 2011. “Crop Stubble Needs and Opportunities.” Western Australia No-Till Farmers Association Newsletter: New Frontiers in Agriculture 19 (3): 112–5. http://iapreview.ars.usda.gov/research/publications/publications.htm?seq_no_115=271032.

Karlen, D. L., S. J. Birrell, J. M. F. Johnson, S. L. Osborne, T. E. Schumacher, G. E. Varvel, R. B. Ferguson, J. M. Novak, J. R. Fredrick, J. M. Baker et al. 2012. “Corn Grain, Stover Yield, and Nutrient Removal Validations at Regional Partnership Sites.” Presented at the Sun Grant 2012 National Conference: Science for Biomass Feedstock Production and Utilization, New Orleans, LA, October 2–5.

Karlen, D. L., and D. L. Muth Jr. 2013. “Landscape Management for Sustainable Supplies of Bioenergy Feedstock and Enhanced Soil Quality.” Agrociencia Uruguay 17 (2): 121–30. http://scielo.edu.uy/scielo.php?script=sci_arttext&pid=s2301-15482013000200013&lng=en.

Karlen, D. L., S. J. Birrell, and A. W. Wirt. 2013. “Corn Stover Harvest Strategy Effects on Grain Yield and Soil Quality Indicators.” Agrociencia Uruguay 17 (2): 131–40. http://www.scielo.edu.uy/pdf/agro/v17n2/v17n2a14.pdf.

Liang, Y., H. T. Gollany, R. W. Rickman, S. L. Albrecht, R. F. Follett, W. W. Wilhelm, J. M. Novak, and C. L. Douglas. 2009. “Simulating Soil Organic Matter with CQESTR (v.2.0): Model Description and Against Long-Term Experiments across North America.” Ecological Modelling 220 (4): 568–81. doi:10.1016/j.ecolmodel.2008.11.012.

Moore, K. J., and D. L. Karlen. 2013. “Double Cropping Opportunities for Biomass Crops in the North Central USA.” Biofuels 4 (6): 605–15. doi:10.4155/bfs.13.50.

Mourtzinis, S., K. B. Cantrell, F. Arriaga, J. M. Novak, J. R. Fredrick, and D. L. Karlen. 2012. “Distribution of Structural Carbohydrates in Corn Plants as Influenced by Corn Residue Management.” Presented at the Sun Grant National Conference: Science for Biomass Feedstock Production and Utilization, New Orleans, LA, October 2–5, 2012. http://sungrant.tennessee.edu/NR/rdonlyres/2DAC5371-60EE-4045-825E-9AC0DEC5278E/3666/14Mourtzinis_Spyridon.pdf.

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Osborne, S. L., J. M. F. Johnson, V. L. Jin, G. E. Varvel, and T. E Schumacher. 2012. “Regional Partnership Corn Stover Management Effects on Soil Aggregation and Physical Properties.” Presented at the Sun Grant National Conference: Science for Biomass Feedstock Production and Utilization, New Orleans, LA, October 2–5. http://sungrant.tennessee.edu/NR/rdonlyres/3880A277-C502-4EC9-9DEB-C385186A5C85/3703/211Osborne_Shannon.pdf.

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Wienhold, B. J. 2012. “Cob Component of Corn Residue can be Used as a Biofuel Feedstock with Little Impact on Soil and Water Conservation.” Natural Resources Research Update (NRRU), update #278169. https://www.ars.usda.gov/research/publications/publications.htm?seq_no_115=278169.

Cereal Residues

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Karlen, D. L., G. E. Varvel, J. M. F. Johnson, J. M. Baker, S. L. Osborne, J. M. Novak, P. R. Adler, G. W. Roth, and S. J. Birrell. 2011. “Monitoring Soil Quality to Assess the Sustainability of Harvesting Corn Stover.” Agronomy Journal 103 (1): 288–95. doi:10.2134/agronj2010.0160s.

Machado, S. 2011. “Soil Organic Carbon Dynamics in the Pendleton Long-Term Experiments: Implications for Biofuel Production in Pacific Northwest.” Agronomy Journal 103 (1): 253–60. doi:10.2134/agronj2010.0205s.

Miles, R. J., and J. R. Brown. 2011. “The Sanborn Field Experiment: Implications for Long-Term Soil Organic Carbon Levels.” Agronomy Journal 103 (1): 268–78. doi:10.2134/agronj2010.0221s.

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Powlson, D. S., M. J. Glendining, K. Coleman, and A. P. Whitmore. 2011. “Implications for Soil Properties of Removing Cereal Straw: Results from Long-Term Studies.” Agronomy Journal 103 (1): 279–87. doi:10.2134/agronj2010.0146s.

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