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Applied Research

Environment and agriculture research publications

Applied Environment and Agriculture Research produces publications to share research results and to support continuing education with industry partners, government, students, and other academics.

Peer-reviewed journal publications

Vankoughnett, M.R. Way, D. and H.A.L. Henry. (2016) Late winter light increases summer growth in the grass Poa pratensis: implications for snow removal experiments and winter melt events. Environmental and Experimental Botany. 131: 32-38

Vankoughnett M.R. and P. Grogan. (2016). Plant production and nitrogen accumulation above- and belowground in low and tall birch tundra communities: The influence of snow and litter. Plant and Soil 1-16

Vankoughnett, M.R. and H.A.L. Henry (2014). Soil freezing and N deposition: transient vs. multi-year effects on extractable C and N, potential trace gas losses, and microbial biomass. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 77:170-178.

Vankoughnett, M.R. and H.A.L. Henry (2014). Soil freezing and N deposition: transient vs. multi-year effects on plant productivity and relative species abundances. New Phytologist. 202:1277-85.

Vankoughnett M.R. and P. Grogan (2014). Plant nitrogen acquisition in low and tall birch tundra communities: A test of the snow-shrub hypothesis. Biogeochemistry 118:291-306.

Vankoughnett M.R. and H.A.L. Henry (2013). Combined effects of soil freezing and N addition on losses and interception of N over winter and summer. Ecosystems 16:694-703.

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