Sarah Davis
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Feedstocks for lignocellulosic biofuels
C Somerville, H Youngs, C Taylor, SC Davis, SP Long
science 329 (5993), 790-792, 2010
12532010
Changes in soil organic carbon under biofuel crops
KJ Anderson‐Teixeira, SC Davis, MD Masters, EH Delucia
Gcb Bioenergy 1 (1), 75-96, 2009
4132009
Life-cycle analysis and the ecology of biofuels
SC Davis, KJ Anderson-Teixeira, EH DeLucia
Trends in plant science 14 (3), 140-146, 2009
3012009
Comparative biogeochemical cycles of bioenergy crops reveal nitrogen-fixation and low greenhouse gas emissions in a Miscanthus× giganteus agro-ecosystem
SC Davis, WJ Parton, FG Dohleman, CM Smith, S Del Grosso, AD Kent, ...
Ecosystems 13 (1), 144-156, 2010
2312010
Impact of second‐generation biofuel agriculture on greenhouse‐gas emissions in the corn‐growing regions of the US
SC Davis, WJ Parton, SJD Grosso, C Keough, E Marx, PR Adler, ...
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 10 (2), 69-74, 2012
2032012
The global potential for Agave as a biofuel feedstock
SC Davis, FG Dohleman, SP Long
Gcb Bioenergy 3 (1), 68-78, 2011
2022011
Complexity, land-use modeling, and the human dimension: Fundamental challenges for mapping unknown outcome spaces
DC Parker, A Hessl, SC Davis
Geoforum 39 (2), 789-804, 2008
1762008
A roadmap for research on crassulacean acid metabolism (CAM) to enhance sustainable food and bioenergy production in a hotter, drier world
X Yang, JC Cushman, AM Borland, EJ Edwards, SD Wullschleger, ...
New Phytologist 207 (3), 491-504, 2015
1612015
Towards an integrated global framework to assess the impacts of land use and management change on soil carbon: current capability and future vision
P Smith, CA Davies, S Ogle, G Zanchi, J Bellarby, N Bird, RM Boddey, ...
Global Change Biology 18 (7), 2089-2101, 2012
1512012
Management swing potential for bioenergy crops
SC Davis, RM Boddey, BJR Alves, AL Cowie, BH George, SM Ogle, ...
Gcb Bioenergy 5 (6), 623-638, 2013
1232013
Mechanisms of age‐related changes in forest production: the influence of physiological and successional changes
JE Drake, SC Davis, LM Raetz, EH Delucia
Global Change Biology 17 (4), 1522-1535, 2011
872011
Forest carbon sequestration changes in response to timber harvest
SC Davis, AE Hessl, CJ Scott, MB Adams, RB Thomas
Forest Ecology and Management 258 (9), 2101-2109, 2009
852009
Development and use of bioenergy feedstocks for semi-arid and arid lands
JC Cushman, SC Davis, X Yang, AM Borland
Journal of Experimental Botany 66 (14), 4177-4193, 2015
792015
Impact of different bioenergy crops on N‐cycling bacterial and archaeal communities in soil
Y Mao, AC Yannarell, SC Davis, RI Mackie
Environmental microbiology 15 (3), 928-942, 2013
772013
Bioenergy crop greenhouse gas mitigation potential under a range of management practices
TW Hudiburg, SC Davis, W Parton, EH Delucia
Gcb Bioenergy 7 (2), 366-374, 2015
732015
Hydraulic limitation not declining nitrogen availability causes the age‐related photosynthetic decline in loblolly pine (Pinus taeda L.)
JE Drake, LM Raetz, SC Davis, EH Delucia
Plant, cell & environment 33 (10), 1756-1766, 2010
682010
Light to liquid fuel: theoretical and realized energy conversion efficiency of plants using Crassulacean Acid Metabolism (CAM) in arid conditions
SC Davis, DS LeBauer, SP Long
Journal of experimental botany 65 (13), 3471-3478, 2014
512014
Biomass feedstock preprocessing and long‐distance transportation logistics
T Lin, LF Rodríguez, S Davis, M Khanna, Y Shastri, T Grift, S Long, ...
Gcb Bioenergy 8 (1), 160-170, 2016
482016
Productivity and water use efficiency of Agave americana in the first field trial as bioenergy feedstock on arid lands
SC Davis, ER Kuzmick, N Niechayev, DJ Hunsaker
Gcb Bioenergy 9 (2), 314-325, 2017
382017
DayCent model simulations for estimating soil carbon dynamics and greenhouse gas fluxes from agricultural production systems
SJ Del Grosso, WJ Parton, PR Adler, SC Davis, C Keough, E Marx
Managing agricultural greenhouse gases: coordinated agricultural research …, 2012
372012
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