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Cameron M. Pittelkow
Cameron M. Pittelkow
Assoc. Professor of Agronomy, Department of Plant Sciences, UC Davis
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Productivity limits and potentials of the principles of conservation agriculture
CM Pittelkow, X Liang, BA Linquist, KJ Van Groenigen, J Lee, ME Lundy, ...
Nature 517 (7534), 365, 2015
14942015
When does no-till yield more? A global meta-analysis
CM Pittelkow, BA Linquist, ME Lundy, X Liang, KJ van Groenigen, J Lee, ...
Field Crops Research 183, 156-168, 2015
7852015
An agronomic assessment of greenhouse gas emissions from major cereal crops
B Linquist, KJ Van Groenigen, MA Adviento‐Borbe, C Pittelkow, ...
Global Change Biology 18 (1), 194-209, 2012
7082012
Fertilizer management practices and greenhouse gas emissions from rice systems: a quantitative review and analysis
BA Linquist, MA Adviento-Borbe, CM Pittelkow, C van Kessel, ...
Field Crops Research 135, 10-21, 2012
4812012
The adaptive capacity of maize-based conservation agriculture systems to climate stress in tropical and subtropical environments: A meta-regression of yields
PR Steward, AJ Dougill, C Thierfelder, CM Pittelkow, LC Stringer, ...
Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 251, 194-202, 2018
1832018
Yield-scaled global warming potential of annual nitrous oxide and methane emissions from continuously flooded rice in response to nitrogen input
CM Pittelkow, MA Adviento-Borbe, JE Hill, J Six, C van Kessel, ...
Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 177, 10-20, 2013
1742013
Long-term crop rotation and tillage effects on soil greenhouse gas emissions and crop production in Illinois, USA
GD Behnke, SM Zuber, CM Pittelkow, ED Nafziger, MB Villamil
Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 261, 62-70, 2018
1492018
Optimizing rice yields while minimizing yield‐scaled global warming potential
CM Pittelkow, MA Adviento‐Borbe, C Van Kessel, JE Hill, BA Linquist
Global change biology 20 (5), 1382-1393, 2014
1322014
Nitrogen fertilization reduces yield declines following no-till adoption
ME Lundy, CM Pittelkow, BA Linquist, X Liang, KJ van Groenigen, J Lee, ...
Field Crops Research 183, 204-210, 2015
1012015
Can crop simulation models be used to predict local to regional maize yields and total production in the US Corn Belt?
FJ Morell, HS Yang, KG Cassman, J Van Wart, RW Elmore, M Licht, ...
Field Crops Research 192, 1-12, 2016
1002016
Optimal fertilizer nitrogen rates and yield-scaled global warming potential in drill seeded rice
MA Adviento-Borbe, CM Pittelkow, M Anders, C Van Kessel, JE Hill, ...
Journal of Environmental Quality 42 (6), 1623-1634, 2013
932013
Winter legume-rice rotations can reduce nitrogen pollution and carbon footprint while maintaining net ecosystem economic benefits
S Cai, CM Pittelkow, X Zhao, S Wang
Journal of Cleaner Production 195, 289-300, 2018
842018
Assessment of drainage nitrogen losses on a yield-scaled basis
X Zhao, LE Christianson, D Harmel, CM Pittelkow
Field Crops Research 199, 156-166, 2016
742016
Optimal nitrogen rate strategy for sustainable rice production in China
S Cai, X Zhao, CM Pittelkow, M Fan, X Zhang, X Yan
Nature 615 (7950), 73-79, 2023
732023
Agronomic productivity and nitrogen requirements of alternative tillage and crop establishment systems for improved weed control in direct-seeded rice
CM Pittelkow, AJ Fischer, MJ Moechnig, JE Hill, KB Koffler, RG Mutters, ...
Field Crops Research 130, 128-137, 2012
662012
Sustainability of rice intensification in Uruguay from 1993 to 2013
CM Pittelkow, G Zorrilla, J Terra, S Riccetto, I Macedo, C Bonilla, A Roel
Global Food Security 9, 10-18, 2016
622016
Dynamic biochar effects on soil nitrous oxide emissions and underlying microbial processes during the maize growing season
JD Edwards, CM Pittelkow, AD Kent, WH Yang
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 122, 81-90, 2018
602018
Comparison of organic and integrated nutrient management strategies for reducing soil N2O emissions
RF Graham, SE Wortman, CM Pittelkow
Sustainability 9 (4), 510, 2017
522017
Population and community structure shifts of ammonia oxidizers after four-year successive biochar application to agricultural acidic and alkaline soils
L He, Y Bi, J Zhao, CM Pittelkow, X Zhao, S Wang, G Xing
Science of The Total Environment 619, 1105-1115, 2018
472018
First-season crop yield response to organic soil amendments: A meta-analysis
SE Wortman, AA Holmes, E Miernicki, K Knoche, CM Pittelkow
Agronomy Journal 109 (4), 1210-1217, 2017
452017
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