Kurt Spokas
Kurt Spokas
Scientist USDA-ARS
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Biochar: a synthesis of its agronomic impact beyond carbon sequestration
KA Spokas, KB Cantrell, JM Novak, DW Archer, JA Ippolito, HP Collins, ...
Journal of environmental quality 41 (4), 973-989, 2012
7612012
Review of the stability of biochar in soils: predictability of O: C molar ratios
KA Spokas
Carbon Management 1 (2), 289-303, 2010
7482010
Impacts of woodchip biochar additions on greenhouse gas production and sorption/degradation of two herbicides in a Minnesota soil
KA Spokas, WC Koskinen, JM Baker, DC Reicosky
Chemosphere 77 (4), 574-581, 2009
7212009
Impacts of sixteen different biochars on soil greenhouse gas production
KA Spokas, DC Reicosky
5662009
Microbial methane oxidation processes and technologies for mitigation of landfill gas emissions
C Scheutz, P Kjeldsen, JE Bogner, A De Visscher, J Gebert, HA Hilger, ...
Waste management & research 27 (5), 409-455, 2009
4932009
Methane mass balance at three landfill sites: What is the efficiency of capture by gas collection systems?
K Spokas, J Bogner, JP Chanton, M Morcet, C Aran, C Graff, ...
Waste management 26 (5), 516-525, 2006
4662006
Qualitative analysis of volatile organic compounds on biochar
KA Spokas, JM Novak, CE Stewart, KB Cantrell, M Uchimiya, MG DuSaire, ...
Chemosphere 85 (5), 869-882, 2011
3992011
Nitrogen oxide and methane emissions under varying tillage and fertilizer management
RT Venterea, M Burger, KA Spokas
Journal of Environmental Quality 34 (5), 1467-1477, 2005
3232005
Ethylene: potential key for biochar amendment impacts
KA Spokas, JM Baker, DC Reicosky
Plant and soil 333 (1), 443-452, 2010
3142010
Characteristics and applications of biochar for environmental remediation: a review
T Xie, KR Reddy, C Wang, E Yargicoglu, K Spokas
Critical Reviews in Environmental Science and Technology 45 (9), 939-969, 2015
2952015
Biochar’s role as an alternative N-fertilizer: ammonia capture
KA Spokas, JM Novak, RT Venterea
Plant and soil 350 (1), 35-42, 2012
2782012
Landfills as atmospheric methane sources and sinks
J Bogner, K Spokas, E Burton, R Sweeney, V Corona
Chemosphere 31 (9), 4119-4130, 1995
2591995
Kinetics of Methane Oxidation in a Landfill Cover Soil:  Temporal Variations, a Whole-Landfill Oxidation Experiment, and Modeling of Net CH4 Emissions
JE Bogner, KA Spokas, EA Burton
Environmental science & technology 31 (9), 2504-2514, 1997
2441997
Physical and chemical characterization of waste wood derived biochars
EN Yargicoglu, BY Sadasivam, KR Reddy, K Spokas
Waste management 36, 256-268, 2015
2302015
Landfill CH4: rates, fates, and role in global carbon cycle
J Bogner, K Spokas
Chemosphere 26 (1-4), 369-386, 1993
2251993
Challenges and opportunities for mitigating nitrous oxide emissions from fertilized cropping systems
RT Venterea, AD Halvorson, N Kitchen, MA Liebig, MA Cavigelli, ...
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 10 (10), 562-570, 2012
2022012
Impact of biochar field aging on laboratory greenhouse gas production potentials
KA Spokas
Gcb Bioenergy 5 (2), 165-176, 2013
1812013
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
1652014
Predicting the impact of biochar additions on soil hydraulic properties
TJ Lim, KA Spokas, G Feyereisen, JM Novak
Chemosphere 142, 136-144, 2016
1522016
Biochar elemental composition and factors influencing nutrient retention
JA Ippolito, KA Spokas, JM Novak, RD Lentz, KB Cantrell
Biochar for environmental management: Science, technology and implementation …, 2015
1482015
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