Robert B Harrison, Professor
Robert B Harrison, Professor
School of Forest and Environmental Sciences, College of the Environment, University of Washington
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Loss of Fat4 disrupts PCP signaling and oriented cell division and leads to cystic kidney disease
S Saburi, I Hester, E Fischer, M Pontoglio, V Eremina, M Gessler, ...
Nature genetics 40 (8), 1010-1015, 2008
Life cycle impacts of forest management and wood utilization on carbon mitigation: knowns and unknowns
B Lippke, E Oneil, R Harrison, K Skog, L Gustavsson, R Sathre
Carbon Management 2 (3), 303-333, 2011
Deep soil horizons: contribution and importance to soil carbon pools and in assessing whole-ecosystem response to management and global change
RB Harrison, PW Footen, BD Strahm
Forest Science 57 (1), 67-76, 2011
Liming effects on availability of Cd, Cu, Ni and Zn in a soil amended with sewage sludge 16 years previously
S Brallier, RB Harrison, CL Henry, X Dongsen
Water, Air, and Soil Pollution 86, 195-206, 1996
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
Effect of spacing on growth and biomass distribution in Eucalyptus camaldulensis, E. pellita and E. urophylla plantations in southeastern Brazil
AL Bernardo, MGF Reis, GG Reis, RB Harrison, DJ Firme
Forest Ecology and Management 104 (1-3), 1-13, 1998
Nutrient cycling in red spruce forests of the Great Smoky Mountains
DW Johnson, HV Miegroet, SE Lindberg, DE Todd, RB Harrison
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 21 (6), 769-787, 1991
Infiltration through disturbed urban soils and compost-amended soil effects on runoff quality and quantity
R Pit, J Lantrip, R Harrison, CL Henry, D Xue, TP O'Connor
National Risk Management Research Laboratory, 1999
Sulfate adsorption and desorption reversibility in a variety of forest soils
RB Harrison, DW Johnson, DE Todd
Journal of Environmental Quality 18 (4), 419-426, 1989
The effect of harvest on forest soil carbon: A meta-analysis
J James, R Harrison
Forests 7 (12), 308, 2016
Sulphur dynamics of forest ecosystems
MJ Mitchell, MB David, RB Harrison
Journal of Environmental Sciences (China) English Ed, 215-260, 1992
The case for digging deeper: soil organic carbon storage, dynamics, and controls in our changing world
CD Gross, RB Harrison
Soil Systems 3 (2), 28, 2019
Nitrogen-fertilization impacts on carbon sequestration and flux in managed coastal Douglas-fir stands of the Pacific Northwest
AB Adams, RB Harrison, RS Sletten, BD Strahm, EC Turnblom, ...
Forest Ecology and Management 220 (1-3), 313-325, 2005
Additional carbon sequestration following repeated urea fertilization of second-growth Douglas-fir stands in western Washington
JD Canary, RB Harrison, JE Compton, HN Chappell
Forest Ecology and Management 138 (1-3), 225-232, 2000
Quantifying deep‐soil and coarse‐soil fractions: Avoiding sampling bias
RB Harrison, AB Adams, C Licata, B Flaming, GL Wagoner, P Carpenter, ...
Soil Science Society of America Journal 67 (5), 1602-1606, 2003
Use of municipal sludge to restore and improve site productivity in forestry: the Pack Forest Sludge Research Program
CL Henry, DW Cole, RB Harrison
Forest ecology and management 66 (1-3), 137-149, 1994
Carboplatin ototoxicity: an animal model
M Wake, S Takeno, D Ibrahim, R Harrison, R Mount
The Journal of Laryngology & Otology 107 (7), 585-589, 1993
Measuring the cation exchange capacity of forest soils
MF Skinner, D Zabowski, R Harrison, A Lowe, D Xue
Communications in soil science and plant analysis 32 (11-12), 1751-1764, 2001
The use of municipal and pulp and paper sludges to increase production in forestry
CL Henry, DW Cole, TM Hinckley, RB Harrison, HC Features Submission
Journal of sustainable forestry 1 (3), 41-55, 1994
Soil solution nitrogen concentrations and leaching rates as influenced by organic matter retention on a highly productive Douglas-fir site
BD Strahm, RB Harrison, TA Terry, BL Flaming, CW Licata, KS Petersen
Forest Ecology and Management 218 (1-3), 74-88, 2005
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