Daniel D. Richter
Daniel D. Richter
Prof. Soil, Ecosystems, and Critical Zone Science; Duke University
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The Anthropocene is functionally and stratigraphically distinct from the Holocene
Waters, C.N., Zalasiewicz, J., Summerhayes, C., Barnosky, A.D., Poirier, C ...
Science 351, 2016
When did the Anthropocene begin? A mid-twentieth century boundary level is stratigraphically optimal
J Zalasiewicz, CN Waters, M Williams, AD Barnosky, A Cearreta, ...
Quaternary international 383, 196-203, 2015
Rapid accumulation and turnover of soil carbon in a re-establishing forest
DD Richter, D Markewitz, SE Trumbore, CG Wells
Nature 400 (6739), 56-58, 1999
Atmospheric deposition and canopy interactions of major ions in a forest
SE Lindberg, GM Lovett, DD Richter, DW Johnson
Science 231 (4734), 141-145, 1986
Simulating trends in soil organic carbon in long-term experiments using RothC-26.3
K Coleman, DS Jenkinson, GJ Crocker, PR Grace, J Klir, M Körschens, ...
Geoderma 81 (1-2), 29-44, 1997
Global nitrogen budgets in cereals: A 50-year assessment for maize, rice and wheat production systems
JK Ladha, A Tirol-Padre, CK Reddy, KG Cassman, S Verma, DS Powlson, ...
Scientific reports 6 (1), 1-9, 2016
Understanding soil change
DD Richter Jr, D Markewitz
Cambridge University Press, 2001
How deep is soil?
DD Richter, D Markewitz
BioScience 45 (9), 600-609, 1995
Nutrient cycles and H+ budgets of forest ecosystems
D Binkley, D Richter
Advances in ecological research 16, 1-51, 1987
Geophysical imaging reveals topographic stress control of bedrock weathering
J St. Clair, S Moon, WS Holbrook, JT Perron, CS Riebe, SJ Martel, B Carr, ...
Science 350 (6260), 534-538, 2015
Soil diversity in the tropics
DD Richter, LI Babbar
Advances in ecological research 21, 315-389, 1991
The age of fine-root carbon in three forests of the eastern United States measured by radiocarbon
J Gaudinski, S Trumbore, E Davidson, A Cook, D Markewitz, D Richter
Oecologia 129, 420-429, 2001
Stratigraphic and Earth System approaches to defining the Anthropocene
W Steffen, R Leinfelder, J Zalasiewicz, CN Waters, M Williams, ...
Earth's Future 4 (8), 324-345, 2016
Long‐term soil experiments: Keys to managing Earth's rapidly changing ecosystems
DB Richter, M Hofmockel, MA Callaham, DS Powlson, P Smith
Soil Science Society of America Journal 71 (2), 266-279, 2007
Simulating trends in soil organic carbon in long-term experiments using the century model
RH Kelly, WJ Parton, GJ Crocker, PR Graced, J Klir, M Körschens, ...
Geoderma 81 (1-2), 75-90, 1997
Soil chemical change during three decades in an old‐field loblolly pine (Pinus taeda L.) ecosystem
DD Richter, D Markewitz, CG Wells, HL Allen, R April, PR Heine, B Urrego
Ecology 75 (5), 1463-1473, 1994
Current status, uncertainty and future needs in soil organic carbon monitoring
R Jandl, M Rodeghiero, C Martinez, MF Cotrufo, F Bampa, ...
Science of the total environment 468, 376-383, 2014
Humanity's transformation of Earth's soil: Pedology's new frontier
DB Richter Jr
Soil science 172 (12), 957-967, 2007
Monitoring the world's agriculture
J Sachs, R Remans, S Smukler, L Winowiecki, SJ Andelman, ...
Nature 466 (7306), 558-560, 2010
Towards an integrated global framework to assess the impacts of land use and management change on soil carbon: current capability and future vision
P Smith, CA Davies, S Ogle, G Zanchi, J Bellarby, N Bird, RM Boddey, ...
Global Change Biology 18 (7), 2089-2101, 2012
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