Peer-reviewed Papers

  • Alvarenga, L.A., C.R. de Mello, A. Colombo, L.A. Cuartas, and L.C. Bowling (2016). Assessment of land cover change on the hydrology of a Brazilian headwater watershed using the Distributed Hydrology-Soil-Vegetation Model. CATENA 143, Pages 7-17.
  • Andrews, A., R. Clawson, B.M. Gramig, and L. Raymond (in press). Finding the right value: framing effects on domain experts. Political Psychology.
  • Babin, N.L., N.D. Mullendore and L.S. Prokopy  (2016). Using social criteria to select watersheds for non-point source agricultural pollution abatement Projects. Land Use Policy 55: 327-333.
  • Baggio, J. A., A. J. Barnett, I. Perez-Ibarra, U. Brady, E. Ratajczyk, N. Rollins, C. Rubiños, H. C. Shin, D. J. Yu, R. Aggarwal, J. M. Anderies, and M. A. Janssen (2016). Explaining success and failure in the commons: the configural nature of Ostrom’s institutional design principles. International Journal of the Commons 10(2): 417.
  • Barnett, A. J., J. A. Baggio, H. C. Shin, D. J. Yu, I. Perez-Ibarra, C. Rubiños, U. Brady, E. Ratajczyk, N. Rollins, R. Aggarwal, J. M. Anderies, and M. A. Janssen (2016). An iterative approach to case study analysis: insights from qualitative analysis of quantitative inconsistencies. International Journal of the Commons 10(2): 467.
  • Baskaran, M., T.S. Bianchi, and T.R. Filley (in press). Inconsistencies between 14C and short-lived radionuclides-based sediment accumulation rates: Effects of long-term remineralization. Journal of Environmental Radioactivity.
  • Berry, T.D., T.R. Filley, A.P. Clavijo, M. Bischoff Gray, and R.F. Turco (in press). Degradation and microbial uptake of C60 fullerols in contrasting agricultural soils. Environ. Sci. Technol.
  • Berry, T.D., A.P. Clavijo, Y. Zhao, C.T. Jafvert, R.F. Turco, and T.R. Filley (2016). Soil microbial response to photo-degraded C60 fullerenes.  Environmental Pollution 211: 338–345.
  • Bi, P., F. Yue, A. Karki, B. Castro, S.E. Wirbisky, C. Wang, A. Durkes, B. Elzey, O.M. Andrisani, C. Bidwell, J.L. Freeman, S.F. Konieczny, and S. Kuang (2016). Notch activation drives adipocyte dedifferentiation and tumorigenic transformation in mice. J. Experimental Medicine 213(10): 2019-2037.
  • Bieger, K., H. Rathjens, J.G. Arnold, I. Chaubey, and P. Allen (2016). Development and comparison of multiple regression models to predict bankfull channel dimensions for use in hydrologic models. J. American Water Resources Association 52(6): 1385-1400.
  • Caballero-Gallardo, K., J. Olivero-Verbel, and J.L. Freeman (2016). Toxicogenomics to evaluate endocrine disrupting effects of environmental chemicals using the zebrafish model. Current Genomics 17(6): 515-527.
  • Carlton, J. S., A. S. Mase, C. L. Knutson, M.C. Lemos, T. Haigh, D.P. Todey, L.S. Prokopy (2016). The effects of extreme drought on climate change beliefs, risk perceptions, and adaptation attitudes. Climatic Change 153(2): 211-226.
  • Cibin, R., E. Trybula, I. Chaubey, S. Brouder, and J.J. Volenec (2016). Watershed scale impacts of bioenergy crops on hydrology and water quality using improved SWAT model. Global Change Biology-Bioenergy 8(4): 837-848.
  • Creamer, C.A., T.R. Filley, T.W. Boutton, and H.I. Rowe, (2016). Grassland to woodland transitions: dynamic response of microbial community structure and carbon use patterns.  Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences 121(6): 1675-1688.
  • Davis, A., J. Jung, B. Pijanowski and E. Minor (2016). Combined vegetation volume and “greenness” affect urban air temperature. Applied Geography 71:106-114.
  • DeMarco, J., T.R. Filley, and H.L. Throop (2016). Patterns of woody plant derived soil carbon losses and persistence after brush management in a semi-arid grassland. Plant and Soil 1-17.
  • Dennedy-Frank, P.J., R.L. Muenich1, I. Chaubey, and G. Ziv (2016). Comparing ecosystem service assessments regarding water resources decisions. Environmental Management 177: 331-340.
  • Dunn, M., N. Mullendore, S. Garcia de Jalon, and L.S. Prokopy (2016). The role of county surveyors and county drainage boards in addressing water quality. Environmental Management 57: 1217-1229.
  • Dunn, M., J. Ulrich-Schad, L.S. Prokopy, R.L. Myers, C.R. Watts, K. Scanlon (2016). Perceptions and Use of Cover Crops among Early Adopters: Findings from a National Survey. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation 71(1): 29-40.
  • Gibson, C., T.D. Berry, T.D., R. Wang, J.A. Spencer, C.T.  Johnston, Y. Jiang, J.A. Birdand T.R. Filley (2016). Weathering of pyrogenic organic matter induces fungal oxidative enzyme response in single culture inoculation experiments. Organic Geochemistry 32-41.
  • Gould, G. M. Liu, M. Barber, K. A. Cherkauer, P. Robichaud, and J. C. Adam (2016). The effects of climate change and extreme wildfire events on runoff erosion over a mountain watershed. Journal of Hydrology 74-91.
  • Hatton P.J., S. Chatterjee, T.R. Filley, K.  Dastmalchi, A.F. Plante, S. Abiven, X. Gao, C.A.  Masiello, S. Leavitt, K.J. Nadelhoffer, R. E. Stark, and J.A. Bird (2016). Tree taxa and pyrolysis temperature interact to control the efficacy of pyrogenic organic matter formation. Biogeochemistry 130 (1-2): 103-116.
  • Hennes, E. P., B.C. Ruisch, I. Feygina, C.A. Monteiro, & J.T. Jost (2016). Motivated recall in the service of the economic system: The case of anthropogenic climate change. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General.
  • Holden, P.A., J. Gardea-Torresdey, F. Klaessig, R.F. Turco, M. Mortimer, K. Hund-Rinke, E.A., Cohen Hubal, D. Avery, D. Barcelo, R. Behra, and Y. Cohen (2016). Considerations of Environmentally Relevant Test Conditions for Improved Evaluation of Ecological Hazards of Engineered Nanomaterials. Environmental Science & Technology  50: 6124-6145.
  • Horowitz, A., W. Moomaw, D. Liptzin, B. Gramig, C.J. Reeling, J. Meyer, and K. Hurley, (in press). A multiple metrics approach to prioritizing strategies for measuring and managing reactive nitrogen in the San Joaquin Valley of California. Environmental Research Letters.
  • Horzmann, K. and J.L. Freeman (2016). Zebrafish get connected: investigating neurotransmission targets and alterations in chemical toxicity. Toxics 4:19.
  • Kaal J. and T. R. Filley (2016). Novel molecular proxies for inferring pyrogenic black carbon oxidation state using thermally assisted hydrolysis and methylation (THM-GC-MS) with 13C-labeled tetramethylammonium hydroxide (TMAH). Journal of Analytical and Applied Pyrolysis 121, 146-154.
  • Law, Q. D., J. M. Trappe, Y. Jiang, R. F. Turco, and A. J. Patton (in press). Turfgrass selection and grass clippings management influence soil carbon and nitrogen dynamics. Agron. J.
  • Lee, J. and J.L. Freeman (2016). Embryonic exposure to 10 μg/L lead results in female-specific expression changes in genes associated with nervous system development and function and Alzheimer’s disease in aged adult zebrafish brain. Metallomics 8:589-596.
  • Li, P., I. Chaubey, R. Muenich, and X. Wei (2016). Evaluation of freshwater ecosystem provision in the Upper Mississippi River Basin: current status and drivers. Water 8(7): 288.
  • Liu, Y., L.O. Theller, B.C. Pijanowski and B.A. Engel. 2016 Optimal selection and placement of green infrastructure to reduce impacts of land use change and climate change on hydrology and water quality: An application to the Trail Creek Watershed, Indiana. Science of the Total Environment 553:149-163.
  • Liu, Y., P. Wang, L. Li, K. Cheng, J.  Zheng, T.R. Filley, X. Zhang, J. Zheng, and G. Pan (2016). Microbial activity promoted with organic carbon accumulation in macroaggregates of paddy soils under long-term rice cultivation. Biogeosciences 13 (24) 6565.
  • Liu, Y., R. Cibin1, V. Bralts, I. Chaubey, L. Bowling, and B. Engel (2016). Optimal selection and placement of BMPs and LID practices with a rainfall-runoff model. Environmental Modeling and Software 80:281-296.
  • Martin, W. Andy, C. Nestler, L.S. Lee, S. L. Larson (in press). Range design considerations based on behavior of antimony and lead under dynamic loading conditions. Journal of Environmental Engineering.
  • Milkoreit, Manjana (2017). Pop-Cultural Mobilization: Deploying Game of Thrones to Shift US Climate Change Politics. International Journal of Politics, Culture, and Society. doi:10.1007/s10767-017-9273-7. Published online October 8, 2017.
  • Naz, B.S., S-C. Kao, M. Ashfaq, D. Rastogi, R. Mei and L.C. Bowling (2016). Regional hydrologic response to climate change in the conterminous United States using high-resolution hydroclimate simulations. Global and Planetary Change 143, p. 100-117.
  • Nunez-Mir, G.C., B.V. Iannone III, B.C. Pijanowski, N. Kong, and S. Fei (in press). Automatedcontent analysis: Addressing the big literature challenge in ecology and evolution. Methods in Ecology and Evolution.
  • Omrani, H., A. Tayyebi, and B. Pijanowski (in press). Integrating the multi-label land use concept and cellular automata with the ANN-based Land Transformation Model. Computers, Environment and Urban Systems.
  • Park, S. L.S. Lee, V. F. Medina, A. Zull, and S. Waisner (2016). Heat-activated persulfate oxidation of PFOA, 6:2 fluorotelomer sulfonate, and PFOS under conditions suitable for in-situ groundwater remediation. Chemosphere 145:376-383.
  • Prokopy, L.S. and K. Genskow (2016). Social Indicator Variations Across Watersheds: Implications for Developing Outreach and Technical Assistance Programs. Society and Natural Resources 29(5): 617-627.
  • Ratajczyk, E., U. Brady, J. A. Baggio, A. J. Barnett, I. Perez-Ibara, N. Rollins, C. Rubiños, H. C. Shin, D. J. Yu, R. Aggarwal, J. M. Anderies, and M. A. Janssen. 2016. Challenges and opportunities in coding the commons: Problems, procedures, and potential solutions in large-N comparative case studies. International Journal of the Commons 10(2): 440–466.
  • Rose, C., P. Polissar, J. Tierney, T.R. Filley, and P de Menocal (2016). Changes in Northeast African hydrology and vegetation associated with Pliocene-Pleistocene sapropel cycles. Phil. Trans. R. Soc. B 371 (1698), 20150243
  • Rudisill, M.A., R.F. Turco, and L.A. Hoagland (2016). Fertility practices and rhizosphere effects alter ammonia oxidizer community structure and potential nitrification activity in pepper production soils. Applied Soil Ecology 99:70-77.
  • Shively, G. (in press). Infrastructure mitigates the sensitivity of child growth to local agriculture and rainfall in Nepal and Uganda. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States.
  • Subramaniam, M. and L. Zanotti (2016). Introductory Essay: Environmental justice-just livelihoods. Politics, Groups and Identities Special Issue 3(4): 649-654.
  • Tan, J, K.A. Cherkauer, I. Chaubey, C.D. Troy, and R. Essig  (2016). Water quality estimation of river plumes in Southern Lake Michigan using Hyperion. J. Great Lakes Research 42(3): 524-535.
  • Tan, J., K.A. Cherkauer, and I. Chaubey  (2016). Developing a comprehensive spectral-biogeochemical database of Midwestern rivers for water quality retrieval using remote sensing data: A case study of Wabash River and its tributary, Indiana. Remote Sensing 8(6): 517.
  • Tayyebi, A., A.H. Tayyebi, B. Peking, H. Omrani, and B.C. Pijanowski (in press). Simulating multiple historical land use changes at a regional scale: Applying quantity and locational error metrics to assess the performance of a backcast model for the Ohio River Basin. Journal of Environmental Informatics
  • Thompson, A. and L. S. Prokopy (2016). The role of sense of place in collaborative planning. Journal of Sustainability Education 11.
  • Tong, Z-H., M. Bischoff, L.F. Nies, N.J. Carroll, B. Applegate, and R.F. Turco (2016). Influence of fullerene (C60) on soil bacterial communities: aqueous aggregate size and solvent co-introduction effects. Scientific Reports 6: Article Number 28069.
  • Ulrich-Schad, J., N. Babin, Z. Ma, and L. Prokopy (2016). Out-of-state, uut of mind? Nonoperating farmland owners and conservation decision making. Land Use Policy 54: 602-613.
  • Wang, B., L.S. Lee, Wei, C. and D. Zhu (2016). Covalent triazine-based framework: A promising adsorbent for removal of perfluoroalkyl acids from aqueous solution. Environmental Pollution 216:884-92.
  • Wang, J.Q., X.Y. Liu, X.H. Zhang, P. Smith, L.Q. Li, T.R. Filley, K. Cheng, M.X. Shen, Y.B.  He, and G.X. Pan (2016). Size and variability of crop productivity both impacted by CO2 enrichment and warming —a case study of 4 year field experiment in a Chinese paddy. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment 221, 40-49.
  • Wang, R., K. A. Cherkauer and L. C. Bowling (2016). Corn response to climate stress detected with satellite-based NDVI time series. Remote Sensing 8(4): 269.
  • Wang, R., L.C. Bowling, and K.A. Cherkauer (2016). Estimation of the effects of climate variability on crop yield in the Midwest USA. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 216, 141–156.
  • Wirbisky, S.E., N.P. Damayanti, C. T. Mahapatra, M.S. Sepulveda, J. Irudayaraj, and J.L. Freeman (2016). Mitochondrial dysfunction, disruption of F-actin polymerization, and transcriptomic alterations in zebrafish larvae exposed to trichloroethylene. Chem. Res. Toxicol. 29(2): 169-179.
  • Wirbisky, S.E., G.J. Weber, M.S. Sepulveda, T.L. Lin, A.S. Jannasch, and J.L. Freeman (2016). An embryonic atrazine exposure results in reproductive dysfunction in adult zebrafish and morphological alterations in their offspring. Nature Scientific Report 6:21337.
  • Wirbisky, S.E., M.S. Sepulveda, G.J. Weber, A.S. Jannasch, K. Horzmann, and J.L. Freeman (2016). Embryonic atrazine exposure elicits alterations in genes associated with neuroendocrine function in adult male zebrafish. Toxicol. Sci. 153:149-164.
  • Wirbisky, S.E., G.J. Weber, K.E. Schlotman, M.S. Sepulveda, and J.L. Freeman (2016). Embryonic atrazine exposure alters zebrafish and human miRNAs associated with angiogenesis, cancer, and neurodevelopment. Food Chem. Toxicol. 98:25-33.
  • Yu, D. J., H. C. Shin, I. Pérez, J. M. Anderies, and M. A. Janssen (2016). Learning for resilience-based management:Generating hypotheses from a behavioral study. Global Environmental Change 37: 69–78.
  • Zhang, D., M. Yan, Y. Niu, X. Liu, L. van Zwieten, D. Chen, R. Bian, K. Cheng, L. Li, S. Joseph, J. Zheng, X. Zhang, J. Zheng, D. Crowley, T.R. Filley, and G. Pan (2016). Is current biochar research addressing global soil constraints for sustainable agriculture? Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 226, 25-32.
  • Zanotti, L. and M. Palomino-Schalscha (2016). Taking different ways of knowing seriously: Implications and challenges for non-Indigenous researchers working with Indigenous Peoples Sustainability Science 11(1): 139-152. 
  • Zanotti, L. (2016). Water and life: Hydroelectric development and indigenous pathways to justice in the Brazilian Amazon. Politics, Groups and Identities Special Issue 3(4): 666-672.

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