Alison E. King
Alison E. King
USDA NIFA Postdoctoral Fellow, Colorado State University
Verified email at colostate.edu
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Crop rotations for increased soil carbon: perenniality as a guiding principle
AE King, J Blesh
Ecological applications 28 (1), 249-261, 2018
512018
Diversified cropping systems support greater microbial cycling and retention of carbon and nitrogen
AE King, KS Hofmockel
Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 240, 66-76, 2017
382017
Quantifying the relationships between soil fraction mass, fraction carbon, and total soil carbon to assess mechanisms of physical protection
AE King, KA Congreves, B Deen, KE Dunfield, RP Voroney, ...
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 135, 95-107, 2019
172019
Soil organic matter as catalyst of crop resource capture
AE King, GA Ali, AW Gillespie, C Wagner-Riddle
Frontiers in Environmental Science, 2020
62020
Crop rotations differ in soil carbon stabilization efficiency, but the response to quality of structural plant inputs is ambiguous
AE King, KA Congreves, B Deen, KE Dunfield, MJ Simpson, RP Voroney, ...
Plant and Soil 457 (1), 207-224, 2020
42020
Testing for a dual microbial and mineralogical control on the response of soil organic matter to regenerative practices
A King, MF Cotrufo
AGU Fall Meeting 2020, 2020
2020
Soil Aggregates and Their Mediation of Agroecosystem Carbon and Nitrogen Cycling Processes
A King
2020
Investigating soil aggregate disruption as a carbon source for N2O emissions during freeze-thaw
A King, F Rezanezhad, C Wagner-Riddle
AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts 2019, B23J-2554, 2019
2019
Effect of Crop Rotations, Their Carbon Inputs, and Their Crop Tissue Chemistry on Soil Organic Carbon, Aggregation, and Carbon Storage Efficiency.
A King, KA Congreves, B Deen, K Dunfield, PR Voroney, ...
SSSA International Soils Meeting (2019), 2019
2019
Macroaggregate Formation Rate and Residence Time As Proximal Controls on Soil Organic Carbon: A Quantitative Review.
A King, KA Congreves, B Deen, KE Dunfield, PR Voroney, ...
SSSA International Soils Meeting (2019), 2019
2019
Evidence for Microbial Rather Than Aggregate-Sourced Substrates Controlling Magnitude of Freeze-Thaw Induced N2O Emissions
A King, F Rezanezhad, C Wagner-Riddle
ASA, CSSA and SSSA International Annual Meetings (2020)| VIRTUAL, 0
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