Kurt Spokas
Kurt Spokas
Scientist USDA-ARS
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Review of the stability of biochar in soils: predictability of O: C molar ratios
KA Spokas
Carbon management 1 (2), 289-303, 2010
Biochar: a synthesis of its agronomic impact beyond carbon sequestration
KA Spokas, KB Cantrell, JM Novak, DW Archer, JA Ippolito, HP Collins, ...
Journal of environmental quality 41 (4), 973-989, 2012
Impacts of woodchip biochar additions on greenhouse gas production and sorption/degradation of two herbicides in a Minnesota soil
KA Spokas, WC Koskinen, JM Baker, DC Reicosky
Chemosphere 77 (4), 574-581, 2009
Impacts of sixteen different biochars on soil greenhouse gas production.
KA Spokas, DC Reicosky
Annals of environmental science, 2009
Microbial methane oxidation processes and technologies for mitigation of landfill gas emissions
C Scheutz, P Kjeldsen, JE Bogner, A De Visscher, J Gebert, HA Hilger, ...
Waste management & research 27 (5), 409-455, 2009
Methane mass balance at three landfill sites: What is the efficiency of capture by gas collection systems?
K Spokas, J Bogner, JP Chanton, M Morcet, C Aran, C Graff, ...
Waste management 26 (5), 516-525, 2006
Qualitative analysis of volatile organic compounds on biochar
KA Spokas, JM Novak, CE Stewart, KB Cantrell, M Uchimiya, MG DuSaire, ...
Chemosphere 85 (5), 869-882, 2011
Characteristics and applications of biochar for environmental remediation: a review
T Xie, KR Reddy, C Wang, E Yargicoglu, K Spokas
Critical Reviews in Environmental Science and Technology 45 (9), 939-969, 2015
Biochar, soil and land-use interactions that reduce nitrate leaching and N2O emissions: a meta-analysis
N Borchard, M Schirrmann, ML Cayuela, C Kammann, N Wrage-Mönnig, ...
Science of the Total Environment 651, 2354-2364, 2019
Feedstock choice, pyrolysis temperature and type influence biochar characteristics: a comprehensive meta-data analysis review
JA Ippolito, L Cui, C Kammann, N Wrage-Mönnig, JM Estavillo, ...
Biochar 2, 421-438, 2020
Physical and chemical characterization of waste wood derived biochars
EN Yargicoglu, BY Sadasivam, KR Reddy, K Spokas
Waste management 36, 256-268, 2015
Ethylene: potential key for biochar amendment impacts
KA Spokas, JM Baker, DC Reicosky
Plant and soil 333, 443-452, 2010
Nitrogen oxide and methane emissions under varying tillage and fertilizer management
RT Venterea, M Burger, KA Spokas
Journal of environmental quality 34 (5), 1467-1477, 2005
Biochar’s role as an alternative N-fertilizer: ammonia capture
KA Spokas, JM Novak, RT Venterea
Plant and soil 350, 35-42, 2012
Challenges and opportunities for mitigating nitrous oxide emissions from fertilized cropping systems
RT Venterea, AD Halvorson, N Kitchen, MA Liebig, MA Cavigelli, ...
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 10 (10), 562-570, 2012
Activated Carbon, Biochar and Charcoal: Linkages and Synergies across Pyrogenic Carbon’s ABCs
N Hagemann, K Spokas, HP Schmidt, R Kägi, MA Böhler, TD Bucheli
Water 10 (2), 182, 2018
Physical disintegration of biochar: an overlooked process
KA Spokas, JM Novak, CA Masiello, MG Johnson, EC Colosky, JA Ippolito, ...
Environmental Science & Technology Letters 1 (8), 326-332, 2014
Landfills as atmospheric methane sources and sinks
J Bogner, K Spokas, E Burton, R Sweeney, V Corona
Chemosphere 31 (9), 4119-4130, 1995
Predicting the impact of biochar additions on soil hydraulic properties
TJ Lim, KA Spokas, G Feyereisen, JM Novak
Chemosphere 142, 136-144, 2016
Kinetics of Methane Oxidation in a Landfill Cover Soil:  Temporal Variations, a Whole-Landfill Oxidation Experiment, and Modeling of Net CH4 Emissions
JE Bogner, KA Spokas, EA Burton
Environmental science & technology 31 (9), 2504-2514, 1997
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