2016 Articles

2016 CenUSA Bioenergy Peer Reviewed Publications & Technical/Working Papers

  • Archontoulis, S.V., I. Huber, F.E. Miguez, P.J. Thorburn & D.A. Laird. 2016. A model for mechanistic and system assessments of biochar effects on soils and crops and tradeoffs. GCB Bioenergy 8: 1028–1045. http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/gcbb.12314/full. doi: 10.1111/gcbb.12314. (Open Access).
  • Bakshi, S., D.M. Aller & D.A. Laird. 2016. Comparison of the physical and chemical properties of laboratory- and field-aged biochars. J. Environ. Qual. 45(5):1627-1634. doi: 10.2134/jeq2016.02.0062.
  • Cibin, R., E. Trybula, I. Chaubey, S.M. Brouder & J.J. Volenec. 2016. Watershed scale impacts of bioenergy crops on hydrology and water quality using improved SWAT model. GCB Bioenergy 8(4):837-848. doi: http://doi.org/10.1111/gcbb.12307. (Open Access).
  • Dang, Q., W. Hu, M. Rover, R.C. Brown & M.M. Wright. 2016. Economics of biofuels and bioproducts from an integrated pyrolysis biorefinery. Biofuels, Bioprod. Bioref. doi: 10.1002/bbb.1681.
  • Dierking, R.M., D. Allen, S.M. Brouder & J.J. Volenec. 2016. Yield, biomass composition, and N use efficiency during establishment of four Miscanthus × giganteus genotypes as influenced by N management. Biomass Bioenergy 91:98-107.
  • Dumortier, J., N. Kauffman & D. Hayes. 2016. Production and Spatial Distribution of Switchgrass and Miscanthus in the United States under Uncertainty and Sunk Cost. Working Paper 16-WP 568, Center for Agricultural and Rural Development, Iowa State University, September 2016. http://www.card.iastate.edu/products/publications/synopsis/?p=1254.
  • Harding, K., T. Twine, A. VanLoocke & J. Hill. 2016. Impacts of second-generation biofuel feedstock production in the central U.S. on the hydrologic cycle and global warming mitigation potential. Geophys. Res. Lett. 43:10773–10781. doi: 10.1002/2016GL069981. (Open Access: http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/2016GL069981/abstract;jsessionid=0FECA5741DC175A1C58F1E6EE7D4F172.f04t03).
  • Hill, J., L. Tajibaeva & S. Polasky. 2016. Climate consequences of low-carbon fuels: The United States Renewable Fuel Standard. Energy Policy. 97:351-353.
  • Hu, W., Q. Dang, M. Rover, R.C. Brown & M.M. Wright. 2016 Comparative techno-economic analysis of advanced biofuels, biochemicals, and hydrocarbon chemicals via the fast pyrolysis platform. Biofuels, Bioprod. Bioref. 7(1): 57-67. doi: 10.1002/bbb.1681.
  • Kauffman, N., J. Dumortier, D.J. Hayes, D.J., Brown, R.C. & D.A. Laird. 2016. Producing energy while sequestering carbon? The relationship between biochar and agricultural productivity. Biomass Bioenergy 63:167-176.
  • Keeler, B., J. Gourevitch, S. Polasky, F. Isbell, C. Tessum, J. Hill & J. Marshall. 2016. The social costs of nitrogen. Sci Adv. 2:1–9. doi: 10.1126/sciadv.1600219. (Open Access: http://advances.sciencemag.org/content/2/10/e1600219.full).
  • Lacy, N.C. & K.J. Shinners. 2016. Reshaping and recompressing round biomass bales. Trans ASABE. 59(4):795-802. Abstract: doi:10.13031/trans.59.11778.
  • Lawrinenko, M., D.A. Laird, R.L. Johnson & D. Jing. 2016. Accelerated aging of biochars: Impact on anion exchange capacity. Carbon 103:217-227.
  • Lawrinenko, M., J. Van Leeuwen, J. & D.A. Laird. 2016. Sustainable pyrolytic production of zerovalent iron. ACS Sustainable Chem Eng. doi: 10.1021/acssuschemeng.6b02105.
  • Mitchell, R., M. Schmer, B. Anderson, V. Jin, K. Balkcom, J. Kiniry, A. Coffin, A. & P. White. 2016. Dedicated energy crops and crop residues for bioenergy feedstocks in the Central and Eastern USA. BioEnergy Res. 9:384-398. http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s12155-016-9734-2. doi: 10.1007/s12155-016-9734-2. (Open Access).
  • Mitchell, R.B. & K.P. Vogel. 2016. Grass invasion into switchgrass managed for biomass energy. Bioenergy Res. 9(1):50-56.
  • Noe, R., E. Nachman, H. Heavenrich, B. Keeler, D. Hernandez, & J. Hill. 2016. Assessing uncertainty in the profitability of prairie biomass production with ecosystem service compensation. Ecosystem Services 21(A):103–108. doi: 10.1016/j.ecoser.2016.05.004.
  • Ojeda, J.J., J.J. Volenec, S.M. Brouder, O.P. Caviglia & M.G. Agnusdei. 2016. Evaluation of Agricultural Production Systems Simulator APSIM as yield predictor of Panicum virgatum and Miscanthus x giganteus in several US environments. GCB Bioenergy. doi: 10.1111/gcbb.12384. http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/gcbb.12384/full. (Open Access).
  • Raman, D. R., B.N. Geisinger, M.R. Kemis & A. de la Mora. 2016. Key actions of successful summer research mentors. Higher Education 72:363.
  • Rogovska, N., D.A. Laird & D.L. Karlen. 2016. Corn and soil response to biochar application and stover harvest. Field Crops Res. 187:96-106.
  • Serapiglia, M.J., A.A. Boateng, D.K. Lee & M.D.  Casler, M.D. 2016. Switchgrass harvest time management can impact biomass yield and nutrient content. Crop Sci. 56(4):1970-1980. doi: 10.2135/cropsci2015.08.0527.
  • Slininger, P.J., B.S. Dien, C.P. Kurtzman, B.R. Moser, E.L. Bakota, S.R. Thompson, P.J. O’Bryan, M.A. Cotta, V. Balan, M. Jin, M.D. Sousa & B.E. Dale. 2016. Comparative lipid production by oleaginous yeasts in hydrolyzates of lignocellulosic biomass and process strategy for high titers. Biotechnol. Bioeng. 113: 1676–1690. doi: 10.1002/bit.25928.
  • Valcu, A., C.L. Kling & P. Gassman. 2016. The optimality of using marginal land for bioenergy crops: Tradeoffs between food, fuel, and environmental services. Agr. Resource Econ. Rev. 45(2):217-245. https://www.cambridge.org/core/services/aop-cambridge-core/content/view/S2372261416000205. (Open Access)