#TitleAuthorsYearType of PublicationLanguageResearch Area
#Soil and foliar application of rock dust as natural control agent for two-spotted spider mites on tomato plants Julia LeBlanc; Neil Hillier; Nicoletta Faraone; Rodger Evans2020 Journal ArticleEnglish Agriculture
#The Global Carbon Cycle: A Test of Our Knowledge of Earth as a System B. Moore III; D. Canfield; E. Boyle; F. T. Mackenzie; J. Candell; J. Elser; K. Hibbard; N. Gruber; P. Falkowski; P. Hogberg; R. Scholes; S. Linder; S. Seitzinger; T. Pedersen; V. Smetacek; W. Steffen; Y. Rosenthal2000 Journal ArticleEnglish Climate Change
#Ants as a powerful biotic agent of olivine and plagioclase dissolution2014 Journal ArticleEnglish Agrogeology
#Ocean acidification effects on in situ coral reef metabolism Peter Edmunds; Robert Carpenter; Steve Doo2019 Journal ArticleEnglish Carbon Sequestration
#Effectiveness of enhanced mineral weathering as a carbon sequestration tool and alternative to agricultural lime: An incubation experiment Christiana Dietzen; Robert Harrison; Stephani Michelsen-Correa2018 Journal ArticleEnglish Agrogeology, Carbon Sequestration
#Changes in USDA food composition data for 43 garden crops, 1950 to 1999 Donald Davis; Hugh Riordan; Melvin Epp2004 Journal ArticleEnglish Agriculture
#Declining Fruit and Vegetable Nutrient Composition: What Is the Evidence? Donald Davis2009 Journal ArticleEnglish Agriculture
#Food Patterns Equivalents Intakes by Americans: What We Eat in America, Alanna Moshfegh; James Friday; John Clemens; Miyuki Shimizu; Natalia Schroeder; Randy LaComb; Shanthy Bowman2018 ReportEnglish Agriculture
#Forest soil carbon is threatened by intensive biomass harvesting Bruno Ringeval; David Achat; Guy Landmann; Laurent Augusto; Mathieu Fortin2015 Journal ArticleEnglish Carbon Sequestration
#Local fertilizers to achieve food self-sufficiency in Africa Antoine Allanore; Davide Ciceri2018 Journal ArticleEnglish Agriculture
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