Maya Almaraz
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Agriculture is a major source of NOx pollution in California
M Almaraz, E Bai, C Wang, J Trousdell, S Conley, I Faloona, BZ Houlton
Science advances 4 (1), eaao3477, 2018
A world of cobenefits: solving the global nitrogen challenge
BZ Houlton, M Almaraz, V Aneja, AT Austin, E Bai, KG Cassman, ...
Earth's future 7 (8), 865-872, 2019
Soil salinity and pH drive soil bacterial community composition and diversity along a lateritic slope in the Avon River critical zone observatory, Western Australia
FJM O’Brien, M Almaraz, MA Foster, AF Hill, DP Huber, EK King, ...
Frontiers in Microbiology 10, 1486, 2019
Top‐Ranked Priority Research Questions for Soil Science in the 21st Century
JB Adewopo, C VanZomeren, RK Bhomia, M Almaraz, AR Bacon, ...
Soil Science Society of America Journal 78 (2), 337-347, 2014
Looking back to look ahead: a vision for soil denitrification research
M Almaraz, MY Wong, WH Yang
Ecology 101 (1), e02917, 2020
Combined innovations in public policy, the private sector and culture can drive sustainability transitions in food systems
E Moberg, EH Allison, HK Harl, T Arbow, M Almaraz, J Dixon, ...
Nature Food 2 (4), 282-290, 2021
Soil redox dynamics and biogeochemistry along a tropical elevation gradient
WL Silver, D Liptzin, M Almaraz
Ecological Bulletins, 195-210, 2013
Farm management, not soil microbial diversity, controls nutrient loss from smallholder tropical agriculture
SA Wood, M Almaraz, MA Bradford, KL McGuire, S Naeem, C Neill, ...
Frontiers in microbiology 6, 90, 2015
The effect of mineral and organic nutrient input on yields and nitrogen balances in western Kenya
KL Tully, SA Wood, M Almaraz, C Neill, C Palm
Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 214, 10-20, 2015
A World of Cobenefits: Solving the Global Nitrogen Challenge, Earths Future, 7, 865–872
BZ Houlton, M Almaraz, V Aneja, AT Austin, E Bai, KG Cassman, ...
Agriculture is a major source of NOx pollution in California, Sci. Adv., 4, eaao3477
M Almaraz, E Bai, C Wang, J Trousdell, S Conley, I Faloona, BZ Houlton
A review of carbon farming impacts on nitrogen cycling, retention, and loss
M Almaraz, MY Wong, EK Geoghegan, BZ Houlton
Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 1505 (1), 102-117, 2021
Farmer Adoption of Climate-Smart Practices Is Driven by Farm Characteristics, Information Sources, and Practice Benefits and Challenges
D Johnson, M Almaraz, J Rudnick, LE Parker, SM Ostoja, SDS Khalsa
Sustainability 15 (10), 8083, 2023
Methods for determining the CO2 removal capacity of enhanced weathering in agronomic settings
M Almaraz, NL Bingham, IO Holzer, EK Geoghegan, H Goertzen, J Sohng, ...
Frontiers in Climate 4, 970429, 2022
The impact of excessive protein consumption on human wastewater nitrogen loading of US waters
M Almaraz, CD Kuempel, AM Salter, BS Halpern
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 20 (8), 452-458, 2022
Reviews and syntheses: measuring ecosystem nitrogen status–a comparison of proxies
M Almaraz, S Porder
Biogeosciences 13 (18), 5395-5403, 2016
Priority science can accelerate agroforestry as a natural climate solution
DE Terasaki Hart, S Yeo, M Almaraz, D Beillouin, R Cardinael, E Garcia, ...
Nature Climate Change 13 (11), 1179-1190, 2023
Effects of changes in nitrogen availability on nitrogen gas emissions in a tropical forest during a drought
M Almaraz, PM Groffman, S Porder
Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences 124 (9), 2917-2926, 2019
Soil carbon sequestration in global working lands as a gateway for negative emission technologies
M Almaraz, M Simmonds, FG Boudinot, AV Di Vittorio, N Bingham, ...
Global Change Biology 29 (21), 5988-5998, 2023
The science needed for robust, scalable, and credible nature-based climate solutions in the United States: Full Report
K Novick, C Williams, B Runkle, W Anderegg, D Hollinger, M Litvak, ...
[Bloomington, Ind.]: Indiana University, 2022
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