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Comparative diversity of ammonia oxidizer 16S rRNA gene sequences in native, tilled, and successional soils
Contributor:Kowalchuk, George A.; Bruns, Mary Ann; Stephen, John R.; Paul, Eldor A.; Prosser, James I.
Autotrophic ammonia oxidizer (AAO) populations in soils from native, tilled, and successional treatments at the Kellogg Biological Station Long-Term Ecological Research site in southwestern Michigan were compared to assess ...
Isolation of saprophytic basidiomycetes from soil
Contributor:Harris, David; Thorn, R. Greg; Reddy, C. Adinarayana; Paul, Eldor A.
A method with the combined advantages of soil particle washing, selective inhibitors, and an indicator substrate was developed to isolate saprophytic basidiomycetes from soil. Organic particles were washed from soil and ...
History of flooding at Colorado State University (1902, 1938, 1951, 1992 and 1997)
Contributor:Charlie, Wayne A.
Newspaper reports, photos, rainfall, and damage estimates are presented for the floods of 1902, 1938, 1951 and 1997 which impacted the campus of what is now know as Colorado State University. The September 20 and 21, 1902 ...
Public policy (issues) education resources
Thirty years after he laid the foundation for environmental ethics, Holmes Rolston continues to wrestle with one of the West's most contentious issues, bridging the human and the natural world. So revolutionary has Rolston's ...
Rolston, Holmes (1932- ) : American environmental and religious philosopher
Contributor:Causey, Ann S.
Rolston is the father of environmental ethics. As such he occupies a singular place of importance in modern philosophy. He has devoted his distinguished career to plausibly and meaningfully interpreting the natural world ...
Holmes Rolston III (b. 1932)
Contributor:Palmer, Clare, 1967-
Rolston has been of central importance in the development of environmental ethics as an academic discipline, both as a profuse writer in the field and as one of the founding editors of the principal journal in the field, ...
Swine policy decision points
Contributor:Seidl, Andrew; Grannis, Jennifer
Estimation of slow- and fast-cycling soil organic carbon pools from 6N HCI hydrolysis
Contributor:Leavitt, S. W.; Follett, R. F.; Paul, E. A.
Acid hydrolysis is used to fractionate the soil organic carbon pool into relatively slow- and fast-cycling compartments on soils from Arizona, the Great Plains states and Michigan collected for carbon isotope tracer studies ...
Effects of pH and oxygen and ammonium concentrations on the community structure of nitrifying bacteria from wastewater
Contributor:Mahne, Ivan; Prinčič, Alenka; Tiedje, James M.; Paul, Eldor A.; Megušar, France
Shifts in nitrifying community structure and function in response to different ammonium concentrations (50, 500, 1,000, and 3,000 mg of N liter−1), pH values (pH 6.0, 7.0, and 8.2), and oxygen concentrations (1, 7, and ...