David Clay
David Clay
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Relating apparent electrical conductivity to soil properties across the north-central USA
KA Sudduth, NR Kitchen, WJ Wiebold, WD Batchelor, GA Bollero, ...
Computers and electronics in agriculture 46 (1-3), 263-283, 2005
4032005
Phosphorus Sorption and Availability from Biochars and Soil/B iochar Mixtures
R Chintala, TE Schumacher, LM McDonald, DE Clay, DD Malo, ...
CLEAN–Soil, Air, Water 42 (5), 626-634, 2014
2602014
Ammonia volatilization from urea as influenced by soil temperature, soil water content, and nitrification and hydrolysis inhibitors
DE Clay, GL Malzer, JL Anderson
Soil Science Society of America Journal 54 (1), 263-266, 1990
1741990
Nitrate sorption and desorption in biochars from fast pyrolysis
R Chintala, J Mollinedo, TE Schumacher, SK Papiernik, DD Malo, ...
Microporous and Mesoporous Materials 179, 250-257, 2013
1582013
Characterizing water and nitrogen stress in corn using remote sensing
DE Clay, KI Kim, J Chang, SA Clay, K Dalsted
Agronomy Journal 98 (3), 579-587, 2006
1402006
Sewage sludge organic matter and soil properties
CE Clapp, SA Stark, DE Clay, WE Larson
The role of organic matter in modern agriculture, 209-253, 1986
1281986
Using soil electrical conductivity to improve nutrient management
RW Heiniger, RG McBride, DE Clay
Agronomy Journal 95 (3), 508-519, 2003
1182003
Molecular characterization of biochars and their influence on microbiological properties of soil
R Chintala, TE Schumacher, S Kumar, DD Malo, JA Rice, B Bleakley, ...
Journal of Hazardous Materials 279, 244-256, 2014
1142014
Do synergistic relationships between nitrogen and water influence the ability of corn to use nitrogen derived from fertilizer and soil?
KI Kim, DE Clay, CG Carlson, SA Clay, T Trooien
Agronomy Journal 100 (3), 551-556, 2008
1142008
Fine root production and turnover in Brazilian Eucalyptus plantations under contrasting nitrogen fertilization regimes
C Jourdan, EV Silva, JLM Gonçalves, J Ranger, RM Moreira, JP Laclau
Forest ecology and management 256 (3), 396-404, 2008
1132008
Corn (Zea mays L.) Yield Prediction Using Multispectral and Multidate Reflectance
J Chang, DE Clay, K Dalsted, S Clay, M O'Neill
Agronomy journal 95 (6), 1447-1453, 2003
972003
Factors influencing spatial variability of soil apparent electrical conductivity
DE Clay, J Chang, DD Malo, CG Carlson, C Reese, SA Clay, M Ellsbury, ...
Communications in Soil Science and Plant Analysis 32 (19-20), 2993-3008, 2001
86*2001
Sampling weed spatial variability on a fieldwide scale
SA Clay, GJ Lems, DE Clay, F Forcella, MM Ellsbury, CG Carlson
Weed Science, 674-681, 1999
781999
Geostatistical characterization of the spatial distribution of adult corn rootworm (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae) emergence
MM Ellsbury, WD Woodson, SA Clay, D Malo, J Schumacher, DE Clay, ...
Environmental Entomology 27 (4), 910-917, 1998
771998
Maize‐N: A decision tool for nitrogen management in maize
TD Setiyono, H Yang, DT Walters, A Dobermann, RB Ferguson, ...
Agronomy Journal 103 (4), 1276-1283, 2011
722011
Nitrogen and water stress interact to influence carbon‐13 discrimination in wheat
DE Clay, RE Engel, DS Long, Z Liu
Soil Science Society of America Journal 65 (6), 1823-1828, 2001
722001
GIS applications in agriculture
FJ Pierce, D Clay
CRC Press, 2007
712007
Physiological responses related to increased grain yield under drought in the first biotechnology‐derived drought‐tolerant maize
KS Nemali, C Bonin, FG Dohleman, M Stephens, WR Reeves, DE Nelson, ...
Plant, cell & environment 38 (9), 1866-1880, 2015
672015
Life‐Cycle Assessment of the Beef Cattle Production System for the Northern Great Plains, USA
CD Lupo, DE Clay, JL Benning, JJ Stone
Journal of environmental quality 42 (5), 1386-1394, 2013
662013
Solution structure of the 3'-5'cyclic dinucleotide d (pApA). A combined NMR, UV melting, and molecular mechanics study.
MJ Blommers, CA Haasnoot, JA Walters, GA Van der Marel, ...
Biochemistry 27 (22), 8361-8369, 1988
63*1988
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