Meghann Jarchow
Meghann Jarchow
Chair & Professor, Department of Sustainability & Environment
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Key competencies in sustainability in higher education—toward an agreed-upon reference framework
K Brundiers, M Barth, G CebriŠn, M Cohen, L Diaz, ...
Sustainability Science 16, 13-29, 2021
Allelopathy as a mechanism for the invasion of TyphaŠangustifolia
ME Jarchow, BJ Cook
Plant Ecology 204, 113-124, 2009
How efficiently do corn‐and soybean‐based cropping systems use water? A systems modeling analysis
R Dietzel, M Liebman, R Ewing, M Helmers, R Horton, M Jarchow, ...
Global change biology 22 (2), 666-681, 2016
Nitrogen fertilization increases diversity and productivity of prairie communities used for bioenergy
ME Jarchow, M Liebman
Gcb Bioenergy 5 (3), 281-289, 2013
Opportunities and trade-offs among BECCS and the food, water, energy, biodiversity, and social systems nexus at regional scales
PC Stoy, S Ahmed, M Jarchow, B Rashford, D Swanson, S Albeke, ...
BioScience 68 (2), 100-111, 2018
Subsurface drainage nitrate and total reactive phosphorus losses in bioenergy‐based prairies and corn systems
ALM Daigh, X Zhou, MJ Helmers, CH Pederson, R Horton, M Jarchow, ...
Journal of Environmental Quality 44 (5), 1638-1646, 2015
Trade‐offs among agronomic, energetic, and environmental performance characteristics of corn and prairie bioenergy cropping systems
ME Jarchow, M Liebman, S Dhungel, R Dietzel, D Sundberg, RP Anex, ...
Gcb Bioenergy 7 (1), 57-71, 2015
Hydrologic futures: using scenario analysis to evaluate impacts of forecasted land use change on hydrologic services
WG Kepner, MM Ramsey, ES Brown, ME Jarchow, KJM Dickinson, ...
Ecosphere 3 (7), 1-25, 2012
Above‐and belowground growth, biomass, and nitrogen use in maize and reconstructed prairie cropping systems
R Dietzel, ME Jarchow, M Liebman
Crop Science 55 (2), 910-923, 2015
Functional group and fertilization affect the composition and bioenergy yields of prairie plants
ME Jarchow, M Liebman, V Rawat, RP Anex
GCB Bioenergy 4 (6), 671-679, 2012
Tradeoffs in biomass and nutrient allocation in prairies and corn managed for bioenergy production
ME Jarchow, M Liebman
Crop Science 52 (3), 1330-1342, 2012
Urbanization and biodiversity loss in the post-COVID-19 era: complex challenges and possible solutions
A Rastandeh, M Jarchow
Cities & health 5 (sup1), S37-S40, 2021
Measuring longitudinal student performance on student learning outcomes in sustainability education
ME Jarchow, P Formisano, S Nordyke, M Sayre
International Journal of Sustainability in Higher Education 19 (3), 547-565, 2018
Nutrient enrichment reduces complementarity and increases priority effects in prairies managed for bioenergy
ME Jarchow, M Liebman
Biomass and Bioenergy 36, 381-389, 2012
Systematic review on effects of bioenergy from edible versus inedible feedstocks on food security
S Ahmed, T Warne, E Smith, H Goemann, G Linse, M Greenwood, ...
npj Science of Food 5 (1), 9, 2021
Site preparation drives long-term plant community dynamics in restored tallgrass prairie: a case study in southeastern South Dakota
AR Millikin, ME Jarchow, KL Olmstead, RE Krentz, MD Dixon
Environmental Management 58, 597-605, 2016
The future of agriculture and society in Iowa: four scenarios
ME Jarchow, I Kubiszewski, GLD Larsen, G Zdorkowski, R Costanza, ...
International Journal of Agricultural Sustainability 10 (1), 76-92, 2012
Productivity and diversity of annually harvested reconstructed prairie communities
F Kordbacheh, M Jarchow, L English, M Liebman
Journal of applied ecology 56 (2), 330-342, 2019
Comparison of cellulosic ethanol yields from midwestern maize and reconstructed tallgrass prairie systems managed for bioenergy
VA Nichols, FE Miguez, ME Jarchow, MZ Liebman, BS Dien
BioEnergy research 7, 1550-1560, 2014
Untangling the impacts of socioeconomic and climatic changes on vegetation greenness and productivity in Kazakhstan
K Venkatesh, R John, J Chen, M Jarchow, RG Amirkhiz, V Giannico, ...
Environmental Research Letters 17 (9), 095007, 2022
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