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Web of Knowledge Statistics: 77 articles. Sum of the times cited: 660 (without self-citations: 543). Average citations per item: 8.57. Average citations per year: 31.43. The h-index is 13.0.

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Technical and Research Non-Refereed Publications

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86. Albayrak, R.F., Post, C.J., Mikhailova, E.A., Schlautman, M.A., Zurqani, H.A., Green, A.R., and P. Minerva. 2019. Age and site index evaluations for loblolly pine in urban environments. Urban For. Urban Gree. (In press).

85. Powar, V., Post, C., Mikhailova, E., Cook, C., Mayyan, M., Bapat, A., and C. Harmstad. 2019. Sensor networks for hydrometric monitoring of urban watercourses. Peer-reviewed conference proceeding. 2019 IEEE 16th International Conference on Smart Cities: Improving Quality of Life Using ICT & IoT and AI (HONET-ICT), Charlotte, NC, October 6-9 (In press).

84. Mikhailova, E.A., Groshans, G.R., Post, C.J., Schlautman, M.A., and G.C. Post. 2019. Valuation of total soil carbon stocks in the contiguous United States based on the avoided social cost of carbon emissions. Resources 8(4):157.

83. INVITED: Mikhailova, E.A., Post, C.J., Gerard, P.D., Schlautman, M.A., Cope, M.P., Groshans, G.R., Stiglitz, R.Y., Zurqani, H.A., and J.M. Galbraith. 2019. Comparing field sampling and soil survey database for spatial heterogeneity in surface soil granulometry: Implications for ecosystem services assessment. Frontiers in Environmental Science, section Soil Processes, volume 7, article 128.

82. Mikhailova, E.A., Groshans, G.R., Post, C.J., Schlautman, M.A., and G.C. Post. 2019. Valuation of soil organic carbon stocks in the contiguous United States based on the avoided social cost of carbon emissions. Resources 8(3):153.

81. Zurqani, H.A., Post, C.J., Mikhailova, E.A., and J.S. Allen. 2019. Mapping urbanization trends in a forested landscape using Google Earth Engine. Remote Sens. Earth Systems Sci. DOI: 10.1007/s41976-019-00020-y

80. Groshans, G.R., Mikhailova, E.A., Post, C.J., Schlautman, M.A., Cope, M.P., and L. Zhang. 2019. Ecosystem services assessment and valuation of atmospheric magnesium deposition. Geosciences 9(8):331.

79. Groshans, G.R., Mikhailova, E.A., Post, C.J., Schlautman, M.A., and L. Zhang. 2019. Determining the value of soil inorganic carbon stocks in the contiguous United States based on the avoided social cost of carbon emissions. Resources 8(3):119.

78. Zurqani, H.A., Mikhailova, E.A., Post, C.J., Schlautman, M.A., and A.R. Elhawej. 2019. A review of Libyan soil databases for use within an ecosystem services framework. Land 8(5):82.

77. INVITED: Mikhailova, E.A., Post, G.C., Cope, M.P., Post, C.J., Schlautman, M.A., and L. Zhang. 2019. Quantifying and mapping atmospheric potassium deposition for soil ecosystem services assessment in the United States. Frontiers in Environmental Science, section Soil Processes, volume 7, article 74.

76. Mikhailova, E.A., Post, C.J., Schlautman, M.A., Groshans, G.R., Cope, M.P., and L. Zhang. 2019. A systems-based approach to ecosystem services valuation of various atmospheric calcium deposition flows. Resources 8(2):66.

75. Groshans, G., Mikhailova, E., Post, C., Schlautman, M., Carbajales-Dale, P., and K. Payne. 2019. Digital story map learning for STEM disciplines. Educ. Sci. 9(2):75.

74. Post, C.J., Mikhailova, E.A., Sharp, J.L., Nelson, A.H., Cope, M.P., Hallstrom, J.O., and R.D. Chandler. 2019. Detecting river-scale turbidity disturbance after rainfall using NEXRAD and the Intelligent River. Technical Contribution No. 6409 of the Clemson University Experiment Station. J. Soil Water Conserv. 74:101-110.

73. Mikhailova, E., Cope, M., Groshans, G., Post, C., Schlautman, M., and L. Zhang. 2018. Contribution of atmospheric deposition to soil provisioning ecosystem services in the contiguous United States: Part. 1. Calcium. Conference Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Atmospheric Dust - DUST 2018, Bari, Italy. ISSN: 2283-5954. ProScience 5:58-68. Technical Contribution No. 6649 of the Clemson University Experiment Station.

72. Groshans, G., Mikhailova, E., Post, C., Schlautman, M., Cope, M., and L. Zhang. 2018. Contribution of atmospheric deposition to soil provisioning ecosystem services in the contiguous United States: Part. 2. Magnesium. Conference Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Atmospheric Dust - DUST 2018, Bari, Italy. ISSN: 2283-5954. ProScience 5:52-57. Technical Contribution No. 6671 of the Clemson University Experiment Station.

71. Mikhailova, E.A., Bryant, R.B., Galbraith, J.M., Wang, Y., Post, C.J., Khokhlova, O.S., Schlautman, M.A., Cope, M.P., and Z. Shen. 2018. Pedogenic carbonates and radiocarbon isotopes of organic carbon at depth in the Russian Chernozem. Geosciences 8(12):458.

70. Groshans, G.R., Mikhailova, E.A., Post, C.J., Schlautman, M.A., Zurqani, H.A., and L. Zhang. 2018. Assessing the value of soil inorganic carbon for ecosystem services in the contiguous United States based on liming replacement costs. Technical Contribution No. 6673 of the Clemson University Experiment Station. Land 7(4):149.

69. Mikhailova, E.A., Stiglitz, R.Y., Post, C.J., Pargas, R.P., Campbell, T.M., Payne, K.S., and J.A. Cooper. 2018. Teaching sensor technology and crowdsourcing with Reusable Learning Objects (RLOs). Nat. Sci. Educ. 47:180015.

68. Stiglitz, R.Y., Mikhailova, E.A., Sharp, J.L., Post, C.J., Schlautman, M.A., Gerard, P.D., and M.P. Cope. 2018. Predicting soil organic carbon and total nitrogen at the farm scale using quantitative color sensor measurements. Technical Contribution No. 6558 of the Clemson University Experiment Station. Agronomy 8(10):212.

67. Cope, M.P., Mikhailova, E.A., Post, C.J., Schlautman, M.A., and P. Carbajales-Dale. 2018. Developing and evaluating an ESRI Story Map as an educational tool. Nat. Sci. Educ. 47:180008.

66. Chandler, R.D., Mikhailova, E.A., Post, C.J., Moysey, S.M.J.,

Schlautman, M.A., Sharp, J.L., and M. Motallebi. 2018. Integrating soil analyses with frameworks for ecosystem services and organizational hierarchy of soil systems. Technical Contribution No. 6404 of the Clemson University Experiment Station. Commun. Soil Sci. Plant Anal. 49(15):1835-1843.

65. Mikhailova, E.A. 2018. Enhancing soil science education with a graphic syllabus. Nat. Sci. Educ. 47:170025.

64. Mikhailova, E.A., Post, C.J., Schlautman, M.A., Galbraith, J.M., and H.A. Zurqani. 2018. Usability of soil survey soil texture data for soil health indicator scoring. Technical Contribution No. 6530 of the Clemson University Experiment Station. Commun. Soil Sci. Plant Anal. 49(15):1826-1834.

63. Post, C.J., Cope, M.P., Gerard, P.D., Masto, N.M., Vine, J.R., Stiglitz, R.Y., Hallstrom, J.O., Newman, J.C., and E.A. Mikhailova. 2018. Monitoring spatial and temporal variation of dissolved oxygen and water temperature in the Savannah River using a sensor network. Technical Contribution No. 6409 of the Clemson University Experiment Station. Environ. Monit. Assess. 190:272.

62. Mikhailova, E.A., Post, C.J., Chandler, R.D., Cole, S.A., Weaver, J.R., Zurqani, H.A., Cope, M.P., and M.A. Schlautman. 2018. Estimating plant available water in the Ap horizon using geospatial analysis of field and SSURGO data. Technical Contribution No. 6413 of the Clemson University Experiment Station. Commun. Soil Sci. Plant Anal. 49(9):1119-1127.

61. Groshans, G.R., Mikhailova, E.A., Post, C.J., and M.A. Schlautman. 2018. Accounting for soil inorganic carbon in the ecosystem services framework for the United Nations sustainable development goals. Technical Contribution No. 6435 of the Clemson University Experiment Station. Geoderma 324:37-46.

60. Zurqani, H., Mikhailova, E., Post, C., Schlautman, M., and J. Sharp. 2018. Predicting the classes and distribution of salt-affected soils in Northwest Libya. Commun. Soil Sci. Plant Anal. 49(6):689-700.

59. Zurqani, H.A., Post, C.J., Mikhailova, E.A., Schlautman, M.A., and J.L. Sharp. 2018. Geospatial analysis of land use change in the Savannah River Basin using Google Earth Engine. Technical Contribution No. 6620 of the Clemson Experiment Station. Int. J. Appl. Earth Obs. Geoinf. 69:175-185.

58. Mikhailova, E.A., Stiglitz, R.Y., Post, C.J., Schlautman, M.A., Sharp, J.L., and P.D. Gerard. 2017. Predicting soil organic carbon and total nitrogen in the Russian Chernozem from depth and wireless color sensor measurements. Eurasian Soil Sci. 50(12):1414-1419.

57. Cope, M.P., Mikhailova, E.A., Post, C.J., Schlautman, M.A., McMillan, P.D., Sharp, J.L., and P.D. Gerard. 2017. Impact of extreme spring temperature and summer precipitation events on flowering phenology in a three-year study of the shores of Lake Issaqueena, South Carolina. Technical Contribution No. 6356 of the Clemson University Experiment Station. Écoscience 24(1-2):13-19.

56. Cope, M., Mikhailova, E., Post, C., Schlautman, M., and P. McMillan. 2017. Developing an integrated cloud-based spatial-temporal system for monitoring phenology. Technical Contribution No. 6431 of the Clemson University Experiment Station. Ecol. Inform. 39:123-129.

55. Stiglitz, R., Mikhailova, E., Post, C., Schlautman, M., Sharp, J., Pargas, R., Glover, B., and J. Mooney. 2017. Soil color sensor data collection using a GPS-enabled smartphone application. Technical Contribution No. 6432 of the Clemson University Experiment Station. Geoderma 296:108-114.

54. Cole, S., Mikhailova, E., Post, C., Privette, C., Schlautman, M., and M. Cope. 2017. Comparing SSURGO data versus geospatial measurements to estimate soil texture and infiltration rate classes in glaciated soils. Technical Contribution No. 6426 of the Clemson University Experiment Station. Commun. Soil Sci. Plant Anal. 48(11):1309-1318.

53. Hart, S., Mikhailova, E., Post, C., McMillan, P., Sharp, J., and W. Bridges. 2017. Spatio-temporal analysis of flowering using LiDAR topography. Technical Contribution No. 6345 of the Clemson University Experiment Station.

J. Geogr. Sci. 27(1):62-78.

52. Mikhailova, E., Hagan, D., Sharp, J., Allerton, T., Burdette, K., Mealing, V., Ritter, B., Solomons, A., and R. Stiglitz, and M. Schlautman. 2017. Landscape, soil and plant analysis of Japanese stiltgrass (Microstegium vimineum) invasion in Piedmont region, SC. Technical Contribution No. 6302 of the Clemson University Experiment Station. Commun. Soil Sci. Plant Anal. 48(9):1068-1077.

51. Stiglitz, R., Mikhailova, E., Post, C., Schlautman, M., and J. Sharp. 2017. Using an inexpensive color sensor for rapid assessment of soil organic carbon. Technical Contribution No. 6434 of the Clemson University Experiment Station. Geoderma 286:98-103.

50. Mikhailova, E.A., Altememe, A.H., Bawazir, A.A., Chandler, R.D., Cope, M.P., Post, C.J., Stiglitz, R.Y., Zurqani, H.A., and M.A. Schlautman. 2016. Comparing soil carbon estimates in glaciated soils at a farm scale using geospatial analysis of field and SSURGO data. Technical Contribution No. 6387 of the Clemson University Experiment Station. Geoderma 281:119-126.

49. Stiglitz, R.Y., Mikhailova, E.A., Post, C.J., Schlautman, M.A., and J.L. Sharp. 2016. Teaching soil color determination using an inexpensive color sensor. Technical Contribution No. 6415 of the Clemson University Experiment Station. Nat. Sci. Educ. 45(1):1-7.

48. Pamplin, R.W., Mikhailova, E.A., Post, C.J., McMillan, P.D., Sharp, J.L., and S.K. Cox. 2016. Multitemporal phenological floristic analysis of the shores of Lake Issaqueena, South Carolina. Technical Contribution No. 6018 of the Clemson University Experiment Station. Bartonia 68:60-85.

47. Stiglitz, R., Mikhailova, E., Post, C., Schlautman, M., and J.L. Sharp. 2016. Evaluation of an inexpensive sensor to measure soil color. Technical Contribution No. 6304 of the Clemson University Experiment Station. Comput. Electron. Agr. 121:141-148.

 

46. Mikhailova, E., Hagan, D., Sharp, J., Allerton, T., Burdette, K., Mealing, V., Ritter, B., Solomons, A., and R. Stiglitz. 2016. Geospatial soil and plant tissue analysis of Sericea Lespedeza (Lespedeza cuneata) invasion around Lake Issaqueena, SC. Technical Contribution No. 6303 of the Clemson University Experiment Station. Commun. Soil Sci. Plant Anal. 47(5):630-638.

45. Green, L.Y., Mikhailova, E.A., Post, C.J., Darnault, C.J.G., Bridges, W.C., and M.A. Schlautman. 2016. A cloud-based spatial-temporal inventory for sustainable urban soil management. Technical Contribution No. 6240 of the Clemson University Experiment Station. Urban Ecosyst. 19(2):811-822.

44. Dunphy, M., Weisensee, K., Mikhailova, E., and M.K. Harman. 2015. Design and evaluation of a bioreactor with application to forensic burial environments. Forensic. Sci. Int. 257:242-251.

43. Solomons, A.G., Mikhailova, E.A., Post, C.J., and J.L. Sharp. 2015. LiDAR-based predictions of flow channels through riparian buffer zones. Technical Contribution No. 6332 of the Clemson University Experiment Station.

Water Sci. J. 29:123-133.

42. Mikhailova, E.A., Post, C.J., Sharp, J.L., and B.J. Speziale. 2015. Creative Inquiry in Soil Science: Soil inventory of private lands. Technical Contribution No. 6357 of the Clemson University Experiment Station. Nat. Sci. Educ. 44(1):1-8.

41. Mikhailova, E.A., Schlautman, M.A., Darnault, C.J.G., Sharp, J.L., Post, C.J., Hall, K.C., Outz, E.V., and M.A. Barfield. 2015. Effects of compost on the chemistry of an urban Upper Piedmont South Carolina soil. Technical Contribution No. 6066 of the Clemson University Experiment Station. Commun. Soil Sci. Plant Anal. 22:2787-2797.

40. Pilgrim, C.M., Mikhailova, E.A., Post, C.J., Hains, J.J., and S.K. Cox. 2015. Spatial and temporal analysis of lake sedimentation under reforestation. Technical Contribution No. 6270 of the Clemson University Experiment Station. Water Sci. J. 29(2):93-108.

39. Post, C., Ritter, B., Akturk, E., Breedlove, A., Buchanan, R., Che, C., Fravel, J., Hammett, L., Kirby, T., Mikhailova, E., Qiao, X., Short, J., and M. Stella. 2015. Analysis of factors contributing to abandoned residential developments using remote sensing and Geographic Information Systems (GIS). Technical Contribution No. 6144 of the Clemson University Experiment Station. Urban Ecosyst. 18(3):701-713.

38. Pilgrim, C.M., Mikhailova, E.A., Post, C.J., and J.J. Hains. 2014. Spatial and temporal analysis of land-cover changes and water quality in the Lake Issaqueena watershed, South Carolina. Technical Contribution No. 6296 of the Clemson University Experiment Station.

Environ. Monit. Assess. 186(11):7617-7630.

37. Hagan, D., Mikhailova, E., Shearman, T., Ma, P., Nankaya, J., Hart, S., Valdetero, H., Bridges, W., and H. Yun. 2014. The role of soil and landscape factors in Chinese privet (Ligustrum sinense) invasion in the Appalachian Piedmont. Technical Contribution No. 6249 of the Clemson University Experiment Station. Invas. Plant Sci. Manage. 7(3):483-490.

36. Mikhailova, E., Werts, J., Post, C., and G. Ring. 2014. Incorporating a soil science artifact into a university ePortfolio assessment tool. Nat. Sci. Educ. 43:1-6.

35. Ham, S.A., Mikhailova, E.A., Gering, L.R., Post, C.J., Bridges, W.C., and S.K. Cox. 2013. Temporal analysis of field, SSURGO, and LiDAR derived site indices in the Southeastern U.S. Technical Contribution No. 6069 of the Clemson University Experiment Station. Soil Sci. 178(7):325-334.

34. Mikhailova, E.A., Goddard, M.A., Post, C.J., Schlautman, M.A., and J.M. Galbraith. 2013. Potential contribution of combined atmospheric Ca2+ and Mg2+ wet deposition within the continental U.S. to soil inorganic carbon sequestration. Technical Contribution No. 5687 of the Clemson University Experiment Station. Pedosphere 23(6):808-814.

33. Mikhailova, E.A., Cherney, D.J.R., Snyder, L.U., Kelly, S.M., Post, C.J., Sharp, J.L., and S.K. Cox. 2013. Evaluation of nutritive value of Pueraria montana (kudzu) during the drought-prone growing season. Technical Contribution No. 5686 of the Clemson University Experiment Station. Commun. Soil Sci. Plant Anal. 44:1-11.

32. Mikhailova, E.A., Tennant, C.H., Post, C.J., Cicimurri, C., and D. Cicimurri. 2013. Geology museum based learning in soil science education. Technical Contribution No. 5769 of the Clemson University Experiment Station. Nat. Sci. Educ. 42:43-48.

31. Werts, J.D., Mikhailova, E.A., Post, C.J., and J.L. Sharp. 2013. Sediment pollution assessment of abandoned developments using remote sensing and GIS. Technical Contribution No. 5903 of the Clemson University Experiment Station. Pedosphere 23(1):39-47.

30. Tompkins, R.D., Stringer, W.C., Richardson, K.H., Mikhailova, E.A., and W.C. Bridges, Jr. 2013. A microhabitat study of eastern Big bluestem (Andropogon gerardii) populations: Associated species and edaphic factors. Bartonia 66:1-23.

29. Werts, J.D., Mikhailova, E.A., Post, C.J., and J.L. Sharp. 2012. An integrated WebGIS framework for volunteered geographic information and social media in soil and water conservation. Technical Contribution No. 5902 of the Clemson University Experiment Station. Environ. Manag. 49(4):816-832.

28. Tompkins, R.D., Stringer W.C., Richardson K.H., Mikhailova, E.A., and W.C. Bridges. 2010. Big bluestem (Andropogon gerardii Poaceae) populations in the Carolinas. Rhodora 112:378-395.

27. Adams, N.E., E.A. Mikhailova, M.A. Schlautman, W.C. Bridges, C.H. Newton, L.R. Nelson, K.C. Hall, C.J. Post, S.K. Cox, P.A. Layton, and D.C. Guynn. 2010. Effects of kudzu (Pueraria montana) solarization on the chemistry of an Upper Piedmont South Carolina soil. Technical Contribution No. 5332 of the Clemson University Experiment Station. Soil Sci. 175(2):61-71.

26. Tompkins, R.D., Stringer W.C., Richardson, K.H., Mikhailova, E.A., and W.C. Bridges. 2010. A newly documented and significant Piedmont Prairie site with a Helianthus schweinitzii Torrey & A. Gray (Schweinitz’s Sunflower) population. J. Torrey Bot. Soc. 137(1):120-129.

25. Tompkins, R.D., Richardson, K.H., Stringer W.C., Mikhailova, E.A., and W.C. Bridges. 2010. Suther Prairie: Vascular flora, species diversity and edaphic factors. Castanea 75(2):1-13.

24. Mikhailova, E.A., Post, C.J., Cihacek, L., and M. Ulmer. 2009. Soil inorganic carbon sequestration as a result of cultivation in the Mollisols. Book Chapter, Chapman Conference. "Carbon Sequestration and Its Role in the Global Carbon Cycle." Geophysical Monograph Series, Volume 183, 350 pp., hardbound, 2009, ISBN 978-0-87590-448-1, AGU Code GM1834481.

23. Mikhailova, E.A., Post, C.J., Koppenheffer, A., and J. Asbill. 2009. Celebrating the Smithsonian Soils Exhibit in the classroom with the State/Representative Soil Project. J. Nat. Resour. Life Sci. Educ. 38:128-132.

22. Goddard, M.A., Mikhailova, E.A., Post, C.J., Schlautman, M.A., and J.M. Galbraith. 2009. Continental United States atmospheric calcium wet deposition and soil inorganic carbon stocks. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. 73:989-994.

21. Newton, C.H., Nelson, L.R., DeWalt, S.J., Mikhailova, E.A., Post, C.J., Schlautman, M.A., Cox, S.K., Bridges, W.C., and K.C. Hall. 2008. Solarization for the control of Pueraria montana (kudzu). Weed Res. 48:394-397.

20. Mikhailova, E.A., Post, C.J., and D.G. Bielenberg. 2008. Photosynthetic pathway of steppe vegetation and the stable carbon isotope composition of organic matter in the Russian Chernozem. Commun. Soil Sci. Plant Anal. 39:641-651.

19. Post, C.J., DeGloria, S.D., Cherney, J.H., and E.A. Mikhailova. 2007. Spectral measurements of alfalfa/grass fields related to forage properties and species composition. J. Plant Nutr. 30(11):1779-1789.

18. Post, C.J., Mikhailova, E.A., and C. McWhorter. 2007. Introductory Soil Science exercises using USDA Web Soil Survey. J. Nat. Resour. Life Sci. Educ. 36:19-23.

17. Mikhailova, E.A., and L.B. Nilson. 2007. Developing prolific scholars: The "fast article writing" methodology. J. Fac. Develop. 21(2):93-100.

16. Keydoszius, J.R., Cox, S.K., Haque, M.B., Mikhailova, E.A., Post, C.J., Stringer, W.C., and M.A. Schlautman. 2007. Historical land use and soil analysis guiding corridor landscape design. Urban Ecosyst. 10:53-72.

15. Goddard, M.A., Mikhailova, E.A., Post, C.J., and M.A. Schlautman. 2007. Atmospheric Mg2+ wet deposition within the continental U.S. in relation to soil inorganic carbon sequestration. Tellus 59B(1):50-56.

14. Mikhailova, E.A., Post, C.J., Magrini-Bair, K., and J.W. Castle. 2006. Pedogenic carbonate concretions in the Russian Chernozem. Soil Sci. 171(2):981-991.

13. Mikhailova, E.A., and C.J. Post. 2006. Stable carbon and oxygen isotopes of soil carbonates at depth in the Russian Chernozem under different land use. Soil Sci. 171(4):334-340.

12. Post, C.J., Goddard, M.A., Mikhailova, E.A., and S.T. Hall. 2006. Advanced GIS exercise: Predicting rainfall erosivity index using regression analysis. J. Nat. Resour. Life Sci. Educ. 35:113-117.

11. Mikhailova, E.A., and C.J. Post. 2006. Effects of land use on soil inorganic carbon stocks in the Russian Chernozem. JEQ 35(4):1384-1388.

10. Mikhailova, E.A., and C.J. Post. 2006. Organic carbon stocks in the Russian Chernozem. European J. Soil Sci. 57:330-336.

9. Mikhailova, E.A., Cherney, J.H., and D.J.R. Cherney. 2003. Impact of phosphorus from dairy manure and commercial fertilizer on perennial grass forage production. J. Agron. Crop Sci. 189(6):367-375.

8. Mikhailova, E.A., Noble, R.P., and C.J. Post. 2003. Comparison of soil organic carbon recovery by Walkley-Black and dry combustion methods in the Russian Chernozem. Commun. Soil Sci. Plant Anal. 34(13&14):1853-1860.

7. Schwager, S.J., and E.A. Mikhailova. 2002. Estimating variability in soil organic carbon storage using the method of statistical differentials. Soil Sci. 167(3):194-200.

6. Cherney, D.J.R., Cherney, J.H., and E.A. Mikhailova. 2002. Orchardgrass and tall fescue utilization of nitrogen from dairy manure and commercial fertilizer. Agron. J. 94:405-412. 

5. Cherney, J.H., Mikhailova, E.A., and D.J.R. Cherney. 2002. Tetany potential of orchardgrass and tall fescue as influenced by fertilization with dairy manure or commercial fertilizer. J. Plant Nutr. 25(7):1501-1525.

4. Mikhailova, E.A., Bryant, R.B., Vassenev, I.I., Schwager, S.J., and C.J. Post. 2000. Cultivation effects on soil organic carbon and total nitrogen at depth in the Russian Chernozem. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. 64:738-745.

3. Mikhailova, E.A., Bryant, R.B., DeGloria, S.D., Post, C.J., and I.I. Vassenev. 2000. Modeling soil organic matter dynamics after conversion of native grassland to long-term continuous fallow using the CENTURY model. Ecol. Modell. 132:247-257.

2. Mikhailova, E.A., Bryant, R.B., Cherney, D.J.R., Post, C.J., and I.I. Vassenev. 2000. Botanical composition, soil and forage properties under different management regimes in Russian grasslands. Agric. Ecosyst. Environ. 80:213-226.

1. Mikhailova, E.A., Bryant, R.B., Schwager, S.J., and S.D. Smith. 1997. Predicting rainfall erosivity in Honduras. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. 61:273-279.


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