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Journal Articles:


Minick, K.J., B.D. Strahm, T.R. Fox, E.B. Sucre, and Z.H. Leggett.  2015.  Microbial nitrogen cycling responses to forest-based bioenergy production.  Ecol. Appl. (in press)


Heim, B.C., J.R. Seiler, and B.D. Strahm. 2015.  Root non-structural carbohydrates and their relationship with autotrophic respiration of loblolly pine (Pinus taeda).  Commun. Soil Sci. Plant Anal. DOI 10.1080/00103624.2015.1011752.


Shrestha, R., B.D. Strahm, and E.B. Sucre.  2014.  Invited Review:  Greenhouse gas emissions in response to nitrogen fertilization in managed forest ecosystems.  New Forests.  DOI 10.1007/s11056-014-9454-4.


Shrestha, R.K., B. Strahm, E. Sucre, S. Holub, and N. Meehan. 2014. Fertilizer management, parent material, and stand age influence greenhouse gas flux in Pacific Northwest Douglas-fir ecosystems. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J.  78:2041-2053.


Nave, L.E., J.P. Sparks, J. Le Moine, B.S. Hardiman, K.J. Nadelhoffer, J.M., Tallant, C.S. Vogel, B.D. Strahm, and P.S. Curtis.  2014.  Changes in soil nitrogen cycling in a northern temperate forest ecosystem during succession.  Biogeochem.  121:471-488.


Shrestha, R., B.D. Strahm, and E.B. Sucre.  2014.  Nitrous oxide fluxes in fertilized Pinus taeda plantations across a gradient of soil drainage classes.  J. Envir. Qual.  43:1823–1832.


Stein, B.R., V.A. Thomas, L.J. Lorentz, and B.D. Strahm.  2014.  Predicting macronutrient concentrations from loblolly pine leaf reflectance across local and regional scales.  GIScience and Remote Sensing.  51: 269-287.


Vance, E.D., W.M. Aust, R.E. Froese, R.B. Harrison, L.A. Morris, and B.D. Strahm.  2014.  Biomass harvesting and soil productivity:  Is the science meeting our policy needs?  Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J.  doi:10.2136/sssaj2013.08.0323nafsc.


Chen, Y., S.D. Day, R.K. Shrestha, B.D. Strahm, and P.E. Wiseman. 2014. Influence of urban land development and soil rehabilitation on soil-atmosphere greenhouse gas fluxes. Geoderma 226-227:348-353.


Campbell, C.D., J.R. Seiler, P.E. Wiseman, B.D. Strahm, and J.F. Munsell.  2014.  Soil carbon dynamics in residential lawns converted from Appalachian mixed oak stands.  Forests 5:425-438.


Minick, K.J., B.D. Strahm, T.R. Fox, E.B. Sucre, and Z.H. Leggett.  2014.  Switchgrass intercropping reduces soil inorganic nitrogen in a young loblolly pine plantation located in coastal North Carolina.  For. Ecol. Manage. 319:161-168.


Passauer, D.P., W.M. Aust, M.C. Bolding, B.D. Strahm, J.A. Burger, S.C. Patterson, E.D. Vance, E.T. Roberts.  2013.  Potential above-ground biomass losses from severe soil rutting during wet weather timber harvests of Coastal Plain loblolly pine (Pinus taeda) plantations mitigated by mechanical site preparation.  For. Ecol. Manage. 307:266-273.


Liu, X.J., J. Fike, J. Galbraith, W. Fike, D. Parrish, G. Evanylo, and B. Strahm. 2013.  Effects of harvest frequency and biosolids application on switchgrass yield, feedstock quality, and theoretical ethanol yield.  Global Change Biology – Bioenergy. doi:10.1111/gcbb.12124.


Chen, Y., S.D. Day, A.F. Wick, B.D. Strahm, P.E. Wiseman, and W.L. Daniels.  2013.  Changes in soil carbon pools and microbial biomass from urban land development and subsequent post-development soil rehabilitation.  Soil Biol. & Biochem. 66:38-44.


McKee, S.E, W.M. Aust, J.R. Seiler, B.D. Strahm, E.B. Schilling, S. Brooks.  2013.  Carbon Pools and Fluxes in a Tupelo (Nyssa aquatica)-Baldcypress (Taxodium Distichum) Swamp 24-Years after Harvest Disturbances.  Biomass & Bioenergy 55:130-140.


Passauer, D.P., W.M. Aust, M.C. Bolding, B.D. Strahm, J.A. Burger, S.C. Patterson, E.D. Vance, E.T. Roberts.  2013.  Potential above-ground biomass losses from severe soil rutting during wet weather timber harvests of coastal plain loblolly pine (Pinus taeda) plantations mitigated by mechanical site preparation.  For. Ecol. Manage. 307:266-273.


Christie, A.M., W.M. Aust, S.M. Zedaker, B.D. Strahm.  2013.  Potential Erosion from Bladed Firelines in the Appalachian Region Estimated with USLE-Forest and WEPP Models.  S. J. Appl. For. 37:140-147.


Evans, D.M., C.E. Zipper, J.A. Burger, B.D. Strahm, A.M. Villamagna.  2013.  Reforestation practice for enhancement of ecosystem services on a compacted surface mine: Path toward ecosystem recovery.  Ecol. Eng.  51:16-23.


Wear, L.R., W.M. Aust, M.C. Bolding, B.D. Strahm, A. Dolloff.  2013.  Effectiveness of Best Management Practices for Sediment Reduction at Operational Forest Stream Crossings.  For. Ecol. Manage.  289: 551-561.


Aust, W.M., S.E. McKee, J.R. Seiler, B.D. Strahm, and E.B. Schilling.  2012.  Long-term sediment accretion in bottomland hardwoods following timber harvest disturbances in the Mobile-Tensaw River Delta, Alabama, USA.  Wetlands  DOI: 10.1007/s13157-012-0318-4.


Devine, W.D., P.W. Footen, B.D. Strahm, R.B. Harrison, T.A. Terry, and T.B. Harrington.  2012.  Nitrogen leaching following whole-tree and bole-only harvests on two contrasting Pacific Northwest sites.  For. Ecol. Manage.  267:7-17.


McKee, S.E., W.M. Aust, J.R. Seiler, B.D. Strahm, and E.B. Schilling.  2011.  Long-term site productivity of a tupelo-cypress swamp 24-years after harvesting disturbances.  For. Ecol. Manage.  265:172-180.


Nave, L.E., C.M. Gough, K.D. Maurer, G. Bohrer, B.S. Hardiman, J. Le Moine, A.B. Munoz, K.J. Nadelhoffer, J.P. Sparks, B.D. Strahm, C.S. Vogel, and P.S. Curtis.  2011.  Disturbance and the resilience of coupled carbon and nitrogen cycling in a north temperate forest.  J. Geophys. Res. 116:G04016.


McCalley, C.K., B.D. Strahm, K.L. Sparks, A.S.E. Eller, and J.P. Sparks.  2011.  The effect of long-term exposure to elevated CO2 on nitrogen gas emissions from Mojave Desert soils. J. Geophys. Res. 116:G03022.


Harrison, R.B., P.W. Footen, and B.D. Strahm. 2011. Deep soil horizons: Contribution and importance to soil carbon pools and in assessing whole-ecosystem response to management and global change. For. Sci. 57:67-76.


Harrison, R.B., T.A. Terry, C.W. Licata, B.L. Flaming, R. Meade, I.A. Guerrini, B.D. Strahm, D. Xue, A.B. Adams, M.R. Lolley, A. Sidell, G.L. Wagoner, D. Briggs, and E.C. Turnblom.  2009.  Biomass and stand characteristics of a highly-productive mixed Douglas-fir and western hemlock plantation in coastal Washington.  West. J. Appl. For.  24:180-186.


Footen, P.W., R.B. Harrison, and B.D. Strahm.  2009.  Long-term effects of nitrogen fertilization on the productivity of subsequent stands of Douglas-fir in the Pacific Northwest.  For. Ecol. Manage.  258:2194-2198.


Strahm, B.D., R.B. Harrison, T.A. Terry, and T.B. Harrington, A.B. Adams, and P.W. Footen.  2009.  Changes in dissolved organic matter with depth suggest the potential for postharvest organic matter retention to increase subsurface soil carbon pools.  For. Ecol. Manage. 258:2347-2352.


Slesak, R.A., S.H. Schoenholtz, T.B. Harrington, and B.D. Strahm.  2009.  Dissolved carbon and nitrogen leaching following logging-debris retention and competing-vegetation control in Douglas-fir plantations of western Oregon and Washington.  Can. J. For. Res.  39:1484-1497.


Strahm, B.D., and R.B. Harrison.  2008.  Controls on the sorption, desorption, and mineralization of low molecular weight organic acids in variable-charge soils.  Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J.  72:1653-1664.


Flint, C.M., R.B. Harrison, B.D. Strahm, and A.B. Adams.  2008.  Nitrogen leaching from Douglas-fir forests following urea fertilization and impacts on water quality.  J. Envir. Qual.  37:1781-1788.


Strahm, B.D., and R.B. Harrison.  2007.  Mineral and organic matter controls on the sorption of macronutrient anions in variable-charge soils.  Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J.  71:1926-1933.


Remington, S.M., B.D. Strahm, V. Neu, J.E. Richey, and H. Brandão da Cunha.  2007. The role of sorption in control of riverine dissolved organic carbon concentrations by riparian zone soils in the Amazon Basin.  Soil Sci.  172:279-291.


Strahm, B.D., and R.B. Harrison.  2006.  Nitrate sorption in a variable-charge forest soil of the Pacific Northwest. Soil Sci.  171:313-321.


Adams, A.B., R.B. Harrison, R.S. Sletten, B.D. Strahm, E.C. Turnblom, and C.M. Jensen.  2005.  Nitrogen-fertilization impacts on carbon sequestration and flux in managed coastal Douglas-fir stands of the Pacific Northwest.  For. Ecol. Manage.  220:313-325.


Strahm, B.D., R.B. Harrison, B.L. Flaming, T.A. Terry, C.W. Licata, and K.S. Petersen.  2005.  Soil solution nitrogen concentrations and leaching rates as influenced by organic matter retention on a highly productive Douglas-fir site.  For. Ecol. Manage.  218:74-88.


Book Chapters:


Harrison, R.B., B.D. Strahm and X. Yi. 2009. Chapter 1.5.9.03. Soil Education and Public Awareness.  In. W. Verheye (ed.) Encyclopedia of Life Suport Systems: Soils and the Society (EOLSS), Developed under the Auspices of the UNESCO, Eolss Publishers, Oxford, UK, [http://www.eolss.net].  (in press)


Harrison, R.B., and B.D. Strahm. Soil Formation. p. 3291-3295. In S.E. Jorgensen and B. Fath (ed.) Encyclopedia of Ecology. Elsevier Science, Oxford, UK.