Mark G. Johnson
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Dynamic molecular structure of plant biomass-derived black carbon (biochar)
M Keiluweit, PS Nico, MG Johnson, M Kleber
Environmental science & technology 44 (4), 1247-1253, 2010
Conservation tillage impacts on national soil and atmospheric carbon levels
JS Kern, MG Johnson
Soil Science Society of America Journal 57 (1), 200-210, 1993
Advancing fine root research with minirhizotrons
MG Johnson, DT Tingey, DL Phillips, MJ Storm
Environmental and Experimental Botany 45 (3), 263-289, 2001
Water uptake in biochars: The roles of porosity and hydrophobicity
M Gray, MG Johnson, MI Dragila, M Kleber
Biomass and bioenergy 61, 196-205, 2014
Advances in understanding the molecular structure of soil organic matter: implications for interactions in the environment
M Kleber, MG Johnson
Advances in agronomy 106, 77-142, 2010
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
Elevated CO2 and temperature impacts on different components of soil CO2 efflux in Douglas‐fir terracosms
G Lin, JR Ehleringer, PLT Rygiewicz, MG Johnson, DT Tingey
Global Change Biology 5 (2), 157-168, 1999
Elevated CO2 and conifer roots: effects on growth, life span and turnover
DT Tingey, DL Phillips, MG Johnson
The New Phytologist 147 (1), 87-103, 2000
Designing relevant biochars as soil amendments using lignocellulosic-based and manure-based feedstocks
JM Novak, KB Cantrell, DW Watts, WJ Busscher, MG Johnson
Journal of soils and sediments 14, 330-343, 2014
Germination and early plant development of ten plant species exposed to titanium dioxide and cerium oxide nanoparticles
CP Andersen, G King, M Plocher, M Storm, LR Pokhrel, MG Johnson, ...
Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 35 (9), 2223-2229, 2016
Carbon mineralization in two ultisols amended with different sources and particle sizes of pyrolyzed biochar
GC Sigua, JM Novak, DW Watts, KB Cantrell, PD Shumaker, AA Szögi, ...
Chemosphere 103, 313-321, 2014
Remediation of an acidic mine spoil: Miscanthus biochar and lime amendment affects metal availability, plant growth, and soil enzyme activity
JM Novak, JA Ippolito, TF Ducey, DW Watts, KA Spokas, KM Trippe, ...
Chemosphere 205, 709-718, 2018
Elevated CO2 and temperature alter nitrogen allocation in Douglas‐fir
DT Tingey, RB McKane, DM Olszyk, MG Johnson, PT Rygiewicz, ...
Global Change Biology 9 (7), 1038-1050, 2003
Biochars impact on water infiltration and water quality through a compacted subsoil layer
J Novak, G Sigua, D Watts, K Cantrell, P Shumaker, A Szogi, MG Johnson, ...
Chemosphere 142, 160-167, 2016
Effects of elevated CO2 and N fertilization on soil respiration from ponderosa pine (Pinus ponderosa) in open-top chambers
JM Vose, KJ Elliott, DW Johnson, RF Walker, MG Johnson, DT Tingey
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 25 (8), 1243-1251, 1995
Time-dependent responses of soil CO2 efflux components to elevated atmospheric [CO2] and temperature in experimental forest mesocosms
G Lin, PT Rygiewicz, JR Ehleringer, MG Johnson, DT Tingey
Plant and Soil 229, 259-270, 2001
Effects of elevated CO2, N-fertilization, and season on survival of ponderosa pine fine roots
MG Johnson, DL Phillips, DT Tingey, MJ Storm
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 30 (2), 220-228, 2000
A versatile sun‐lit controlled‐environment facility for studying plant and soil processes
DT Tingey, BD McVeety, R Waschmann, MG Johnson, DL Phillips, ...
Journal of Environmental Quality 25 (3), 614-625, 1996
Forest management scenarios in a changing climate: Trade‐offs between carbon, timber, and old forest
MK Creutzburg, RM Scheller, MS Lucash, SD LeDuc, MG Johnson
Ecological Applications 27 (2), 503-518, 2017
Ecological and water quality consequences of nutrient addition for salmon restoration in the Pacific Northwest
JE Compton, CP Andersen, DL Phillips, JR Brooks, MG Johnson, ...
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 4 (1), 18-26, 2006
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