Jeffrey A Bird
Jeffrey A Bird
Professor of Terrestrial Biogeochemistry, City University of New York
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Rice yield and nitrogen utilization efficiency under alternative straw management practices
AJ Eagle, JA Bird, WR Horwath, BA Linquist, SM Brouder, JE Hill, ...
Agronomy Journal 92 (6), 1096-1103, 2000
Knowledge gaps in soil carbon and nitrogen interactions–From molecular to global scale
AI Gärdenäs, GI Ågren, JA Bird, M Clarholm, S Hallin, P Ineson, T Kätterer, ...
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 43 (4), 702-717, 2011
Rhizosphere priming of soil organic matter by bacterial groups in a grassland soil
JA Bird, DJ Herman, MK Firestone
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 43 (4), 718-725, 2011
Biological degradation of pyrogenic organic matter in temperate forest soils
F Santos, MS Torn, JA Bird
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 51, 115-124, 2012
Fine Roots vs. Needles: A Comparison of 13C and 15N Dynamics in a Ponderosa Pine Forest Soil
JA Bird, MS Torn
Biogeochemistry 79, 361-382, 2006
13C and 15N stabilization dynamics in soil organic matter fractions during needle and fine root decomposition
JA Bird, M Kleber, MS Torn
Organic Geochemistry 39 (4), 465-477, 2008
Relative contribution of foliar and fine root pine litter to the molecular composition of soil organic matter after in situ degradation
S Mambelli, JA Bird, G Gleixner, TE Dawson, MS Torn
Organic Geochemistry 42 (9), 1099-1108, 2011
Immobilization of fertilizer nitrogen in rice: effects of straw management practices
JA Bird, WR Horwath, AJ Eagle, C van Kessel
Soil Science Society of America Journal 65 (4), 1143-1152, 2001
The impact of waterfowl foraging on the decomposition of rice straw: mutual benefits for rice growers and waterfowl
JA Bird, GS Pettygrove, JM Eadie
Journal of Applied Ecology 37 (5), 728-741, 2000
Stabilization of 13C‐Carbon and Immobilization of 15N‐Nitrogen from Rice Straw in Humic Fractions
JA Bird, C van Kessel, WR Horwath
Soil Science Society of America Journal 67 (3), 806-816, 2003
Nitrogen dynamics and fertilizer use efficiency in rice following straw incorporation and winter flooding
AJ Eagle, JA Bird, JE Hill, WR Horwath, C van Kessel
Agronomy Journal 93 (6), 1346-1354, 2001
Transformation and stabilization of pyrogenic organic matter in a temperate forest field experiment
N Singh, S Abiven, B Maestrini, JA Bird, MS Torn, MWI Schmidt
Global Change Biology 20 (5), 1629-1642, 2014
The source of microbial C has little impact on soil organic matter stabilisation in forest ecosystems
HM Throckmorton, JA Bird, L Dane, MK Firestone, WR Horwath
Ecology letters 15 (11), 1257-1265, 2012
Litter type control on soil C and N stabilization dynamics in a temperate forest
PJ Hatton, C Castanha, MS Torn, JA Bird
Global change biology 21 (3), 1358-1367, 2015
Nitrogen dynamics in humic fractions under alternative straw management in temperate rice
JA Bird, C van Kessel, WR Horwath
Soil Science Society of America Journal 66 (2), 478-488, 2002
The soil matrix increases microbial C stabilization in temperate and tropical forest soils
HM Throckmorton, JA Bird, N Monte, T Doane, MK Firestone, WR Horwath
Biogeochemistry 122, 35-45, 2015
Long term decomposition: the influence of litter type and soil horizon on retention of plant carbon and nitrogen in soils
CE Hicks Pries, JA Bird, C Castanha, PJ Hatton, MS Torn
Biogeochemistry 134, 5-16, 2017
Carbon losses from pyrolysed and original wood in a forest soil under natural and increased N deposition
B Maestrini, S Abiven, N Singh, J Bird, MS Torn, MWI Schmidt
Biogeosciences 11 (18), 5199-5213, 2014
Elucidating the chemical structure of pyrogenic organic matter by combining magnetic resonance, mid-infrared spectroscopy and mass spectrometry
S Chatterjee, F Santos, S Abiven, B Itin, RE Stark, JA Bird
Organic geochemistry 51, 35-44, 2012
Long-term studies find benefits, challenges in alternative rice straw management
JA Bird, AJ Eagle, WR Horwath, MW Hair, EE Zilbert, C van Kessel
California Agriculture 56 (2), 2002
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