Francis J. Larney
Francis J. Larney
Research Scientist
Verified email at canada.ca
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The role of organic amendments in soil reclamation: A review
FJ Larney, DA Angers
Canadian Journal of Soil Science 92 (1), 19-38, 2012
3472012
Greenhouse gas emissions during cattle feedlot manure composting
X Hao, C Chang, FJ Larney, GR Travis
Journal of environmental quality 30 (2), 376-386, 2001
3402001
Carbon, nitrogen balances and greenhouse gas emission during cattle feedlot manure composting
X Hao, C Chang, FJ Larney
Journal of Environmental Quality 33 (1), 37-44, 2004
3152004
A review of composting as a management alternative for beef cattle feedlot manure in southern Alberta, Canada
FJ Larney, X Hao
Bioresource technology 98 (17), 3221-3227, 2007
2302007
Fate of coliform bacteria in composted beef cattle feedlot manure
FJ Larney, LJ Yanke, JJ Miller, TA McAllister
Journal of environmental quality 32 (4), 1508-1515, 2003
1862003
Fresh, stockpiled, and composted beef cattle feedlot manure: nutrient levels and mass balance estimates in Alberta and Manitoba
FJ Larney, KE Buckley, X Hao, WP McCaughey
Journal of environmental quality 35 (5), 1844-1854, 2006
1812006
Wind erosion effects on nutrient redistribution and soil productivity
FJ Larney, MS Bullock, HH Janzen, BH Ellert, ECS Olson
Journal of Soil and Water Conservation 53 (2), 133-140, 1998
1591998
Weed seed viability in composted beef cattle feedlot manure
FJ Larney, RE Blackshaw
Journal of Environmental Quality 32 (3), 1105-1113, 2003
1532003
Physical changes during active and passive composting of beef feedlot manure in winter and summer
FJ Larney, AF Olson, AA Carcamo, C Chang
Bioresource Technology 75 (2), 139-148, 2000
1492000
Fertilizer, manure and compost effects on weed growth and competition with winter wheat in western Canada
RE Blackshaw, LJ Molnar, FJ Larney
Crop Protection 24 (11), 971-980, 2005
1422005
Techniques for measuring gas emissions from a composting stockpile of cattle manure
SG Sommer, SM McGinn, X Hao, FJ Larney
Atmospheric Environment 38 (28), 4643-4652, 2004
1212004
The effect of phosphogypsum on greenhouse gas emissions during cattle manure composting
X Hao, FJ Larney, C Chang, GR Travis, CK Nichol, E Bremer
Journal of Environmental Quality 34 (3), 774-781, 2005
1202005
Tillage intensity and crop rotation affect weed community dynamics in a winter wheat cropping system
RE Blackshaw, FJ Larney, CW Lindwall, PR Watson, DA Derksen
Canadian Journal of Plant Science 81 (4), 805-813, 2001
1162001
The role of composting in recycling manure nutrients
FJ Larney, DM Sullivan, KE Buckley, B Eghball
Canadian Journal of Soil Science 86 (4), 597-611, 2006
1112006
Changes in total, mineralizable and light fraction soil organic matter with cropping and tillage intensities in semiarid southern Alberta, Canada
FJ Larney, E Bremer, HH Janzen, AM Johnston, CW Lindwall
Soil and Tillage Research 42 (4), 229-240, 1997
1111997
Response of canola, wheat and green beans to leonardite additions
OO Akinremi, HH Janzen, RL Lemke, FJ Larney
Canadian Journal of Soil Science 80 (3), 437-443, 2000
982000
A biosecure composting system for disposal of cattle carcasses and manure following infectious disease outbreak
W Xu, T Reuter, GD Inglis, FJ Larney, TW Alexander, J Guan, K Stanford, ...
Journal of Environmental Quality 38 (2), 437-450, 2009
882009
Predicting phosphorus availability from soil‐applied composted and non‐composted cattle feedlot manure
F Zvomuya, BL Helgason, FJ Larney, HH Janzen, OO Akinremi, BM Olson
Journal of environmental quality 35 (3), 928-937, 2006
882006
Earthworm populations as affected by long-term tillage practices in southern Alberta, Canada
MJ Clapperton, JJ Miller, FJ Larney, CW Lindwall
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 29 (3-4), 631-633, 1997
841997
Physical and chemical changes during composting of wood chip–bedded and straw‐bedded beef cattle feedlot manure
FJ Larney, AF Olson, JJ Miller, PR DeMaere, F Zvomuya, TA McAllister
Journal of environmental quality 37 (2), 725-735, 2008
772008
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