Tsutomu Ohno
Tsutomu Ohno
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Fluorescence inner-filtering correction for determining the humification index of dissolved organic matter
T Ohno
Environmental science & technology 36 (4), 742-746, 2002
Effects of earthworm casts and compost on soil microbial activity and plant nutrient availability
HI Chaoui, LM Zibilske, T Ohno
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 35 (2), 295-302, 2003
Determination of low concentrations of phosphorus in soil extracts using malachite green
T Ohno, LM Zibilske
Soil Science Society of America Journal 55 (3), 892-895, 1991
Dissolved organic matter characterization using multiway spectral decomposition of fluorescence landscapes
T Ohno, R Bro
Soil Science Society of America Journal 70 (6), 2028-2037, 2006
Parallel factor analysis of excitation–emission matrix fluorescence spectra of water soluble soil organic matter as basis for the determination of conditional metal binding …
T Ohno, A Amirbahman, R Bro
Environmental science & technology 42 (1), 186-192, 2008
Effect of wood ash application on soil pH and soil test nutrient levels
T Ohno, MS Erich
Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 32 (3-4), 223-239, 1990
Ultrahigh resolution mass spectrometry and indicator species analysis to identify marker components of soil-and plant biomass-derived organic matter fractions
T Ohno, Z He, RL Sleighter, CW Honeycutt, PG Hatcher
Environmental science & technology 44 (22), 8594-8600, 2010
Green and animal manure‐derived dissolved organic matter effects on phosphorus sorption
T Ohno, BS Crannell
Journal of Environmental Quality 25 (5), 1137-1143, 1996
Characterization of fresh and decomposed dissolved organic matter using excitation− emission matrix fluorescence spectroscopy and multiway analysis
JF Hunt, T Ohno
Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 55 (6), 2121-2128, 2007
Potassium‐magnesium interactions affecting nutrient uptake by wheat forage
T Ohno, DL Grunes
Soil Science Society of America Journal 49 (3), 685-690, 1985
Phytotoxic effects of red clover amended soils on wild mustard seedling growth
T Ohno, K Doolan, LM Zibilske, M Liebman, ER Gallandt, C Berube
Agriculture, ecosystems & environment 78 (2), 187-192, 2000
Pyrolysis temperature-dependent release of dissolved organic carbon from plant, manure, and biorefinery wastes
M Uchimiya, T Ohno, Z He
Journal of Analytical and Applied Pyrolysis 104, 84-94, 2013
Spectral and chemical characterization of phosphates associated with humic substances
Z He, T Ohno, BJ Cade-Menun, MS Erich, CW Honeycutt
Soil Science Society of America Journal 70 (5), 1741-1751, 2006
Neutralization of soil acidity and release of phosphorus and potassium by wood ash
T Ohno
Journal of Environmental Quality 21 (3), 433-438, 1992
Effects of soil acidification and forest type on water soluble soil organic matter properties
T Ohno, IJ Fernandez, S Hiradate, JF Sherman
Geoderma 140 (1-2), 176-187, 2007
Inhibition of phosphorus sorption to goethite, gibbsite, and kaolin by fresh and decomposed organic matter
JF Hunt, T Ohno, Z He, CW Honeycutt, DB Dail
Biology and fertility of soils 44 (2), 277-288, 2007
Crop rotation and legume residue effects on weed emergence and growth: applications for weed management
M Liebman, T Ohno, JL Hatfield, DD Buhler, BA Stewart
Integrated weed and soil management, 181-221, 1998
Characterization of plant-derived water extractable organic matter by multiple spectroscopic techniques
Z He, J Mao, CW Honeycutt, T Ohno, JF Hunt, BJ Cade-Menun
Biology and fertility of soils 45 (6), 609-616, 2009
Molecular composition and biodegradability of soil organic matter: a case study comparing two new England forest types
T Ohno, TB Parr, MCI Gruselle, IJ Fernandez, RL Sleighter, PG Hatcher
Environmental science & technology 48 (13), 7229-7236, 2014
Molecular weight and humification index as predictors of adsorption for plant‐and manure‐derived dissolved organic matter to goethite
T Ohno, J Chorover, A Omoike, J Hunt
European Journal of Soil Science 58 (1), 125-132, 2007
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