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Department of Agronomy

Soil Microbial Agroecology Lab

Kansas State University
2701 Throckmorton PSC
1712 Claflin Road
Manhattan, KS 66506


Ph: +1-785-532-7217
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  • Sarto, M. V. M., Borges, W. L. B., Sarto, J. R. W., Pires, C. B., Rice, C. W., Rosolem, C. A. 2019. Soil microbial community and activity in a tropical integrated crop-livestock system. Applied Soil Ecology, 2019.
  • McGowan, A. R., C. W. Rice, R. S. Nicoloso, H. E. Diop, and K. L. Roozeboom. 2019. Soil organic carbon, aggregation, and microbial community structure in annual and perennial biofuel cops. Agronomy Journal. 111:1-15. https://doi.org/10.2134/agronj2018.04.0284.
  • Ferreira, A.d.O., Amado, T.J.C., Rice, C.W., Diaz, D.R., Briedis, C., Inagaki, T.M., Gonçalves, D.R.P., 2018. Driving factors of soil carbon accumulation in Oxisols in long-termno-till systems of South Brazil. Science of the Total Environment 622–623, 735–742.
  • Pavithra, S., P. Arachchige, G.M. Hettiarachchi, C.W. Rice, J.J. Dynes, L. Maurmann, J. Wang, et al. 2018. Sub-micron level investigation reveals the inaccessibility of stabilized carbon in soil microaggregates. Scientific Reports 8(16810):1-13.
  • Karna, R.R.; Hettiarachchi, G.M.; Van Nostrand, J.; Yuan, T.; Rice, C.W.; Assefa, Y.; Zhou, J. Microbial Population Dynamics and the Role of Sulfate Reducing Bacteria Genes in Stabilizing Pb, Zn, and Cd in the Terrestrial Subsurface. Soil Syst. 2018, 2, 60.
  • Cano, A., A. Nunez, V. Acosta-Martinez, M. Schipanski, R. Ghimire, C. Rice, and C. West. 2018. Current knowledge and future research directions of soil health and water conservation in the Ogallala aquifer region. Geoderma 328:109–118. doi:10.1016/j.geoderma.2018.04.027.
  • Nicoloso, R.S., Rice, C.W., Amado, T.J.C., Costa, C.N., Akley, E.K., 2018. Carbon saturation and translocation in a no-till soil under organic amendments. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment 264, 73–84. doi:10.1016/j.agee.2018.05.016.
  • Mackelprang R, Grube A, Lamendella R, Jesus E, Copeland A, Liang C, Jackson R, Rice C, Kapucija S, Parsa B, Tringe S, Tiedje J, Jansson J. 2018. Microbial community structure and functional potential in cultivated and native tallgrass prairie soils of the midwestern United States. Front Microbiol 9:1775. https://doi.org/10.3389/fmicb.2018.01775.
  • Schwalbert, R.A.; Amado, T.J.C.; Nieto, L.; Varela, S.; Corassa, G.M.; Horbe, T.A.N.; Rice, C.W.; Peralta, N.R.; Ciampitti, I.A. Forecasting maize yield at field scale based on high-resolution satellite imagery. Biosyst. Eng. 2018, 171, 179–192.
  • Schwalbert, R., T. J.C. Amado, T. A. N. Horbe, L. O. Stefanello, Y. Assefa, P.V.Vara Prasad, C. W. Rice, and I. A. Ciampitti. 2018. Corn Yield Response to Plant Density and Nitrogen: Spatial Models and Yield Distribution. Agron. J. 110:970-982. doi:10.2134/agronj2017.07.0425.
  • Rivera-Zayas, Johanie & Hansel, Fernando & A. Ruiz Diaz, Dorivar & Amado, Telmo & Rice, Charles. (2018). Soil Nutrients Stratification Affected By Tillage And Nitrogen Source In A Corn Long-Term Experiment.
  • McGowan, Andrew & L. Roozeboom, Kraig & Rice, Charles. (2018). Nitrous Oxide Emissions from Annual and Perennial Biofuel Cropping Systems. Agronomy Journal. 111. 10.2134/agronj2018.03.0187.
  • Roozeboom, Kraig & Wang, Donghai & R. McGowan, Andrew & L. Propheter, Jonathan & A. Staggenborg, Scott & Rice, Charles. (2018). Long-term Biomass and Potential Ethanol Yields of Annual and Perennial Biofuel Crops. Agronomy Journal. 111. 10.2134/agronj2018.03.0172.
  • Hsiao, Che-Jen & Sassenrath, Gretchen & Rice, Charles & Hettiarachchi, Ganga & Zeglin, Lydia. (2018). Soil Health Profile in Claypan Soils. Kansas Agricultural Experiment Station Research Reports. 4. 10.4148/2378-5977.7575.
  • Drury, Craig & Liebig, Mark & Angers, Denis & Cavigelli, Michel & Dechow, Rene & Farina, Roberta & Francaviglia, Rosa & Gollany, Hero & Janzen, H & Kätterer, Thomas & Munkholm, Lars & Piñeiro, Gervasio & Rice, Charles & Roggero, Pier Paolo & Sainju, Upendra. (2017). How Conservation Agriculture can mitigate greenhouse gas emissions and enhance soil carbon storage in croplands.
  • Araya, A & Kisekka, Isaya & Lin, Xiaomao & Prasad, P. V. Vara & H Gowda, P & Rice, Charles & Andales, Allan. (2017). Evaluating the Impact of Future Climate Change on Irrigated Maize Production in Kansas. Climate Risk Management. 17. 139-154. 10.1016/j.crm.2017.08.001.
  • Rivera-Zayas, J. and Rice, Charles (2017) "Corn Grain Yield Trends from 2012 to 2016: A 26-Year Long-Term Experiment," Kansas Agricultural Experiment Station Research Reports: Vol. 3: Iss. 3. https://doi.org/10.4148/2378-5977.1395
  • Hsiao, Che-Jen & Sassenrath, Gretchen & Rice, Charles & Zeglin, Lydia & Hettiarachchi, Ganga. (2017). Key Components of Healthy Soils and Their Role in Crop Production. Kansas Agricultural Experiment Station Research Reports. 3. 10.4148/2378-5977.1385.
  • Ferreira, A.dO., Amado, T., Rice, C.W., Diaz, D.aR., Keller, C., Inagaki, T.M., 2016. Can no-till grain production restore soil organic carbon to levels natural grass in a subtropical Oxisol? Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment, 229, 13-20.
  • Liebig, M.A., Franzluebbers, A.J., Alvarez, C., Chiesa, T.D., Lewczuk, N., Piñeiro, G., Posse, G., Yahdjian, L., Grace, P., Cabral, O.M.R., Martin-Neto, L., de Aragão Ribeiro Rodrigues, R., Amiro, B., Angers, D., Hao, X., Oelbermann, M., Tenuta, M., Munkholm, L.J., Regina, K., Cellier, P., Ehrhardt, F., Richard, G., Dechow, R., Agus, F., Widiarta, N., Spink, J., Berti, A., Grignani, C., Mazzoncini, M., Orsini, R., Roggero, P.P., Seddaiu, G., Tei, F., Ventrella, D., Vitali, G., Kishimoto-Mo, A., Shirato, Y., Sudo, S., Shin, J., Schipper, L., Savé, R., Leifeld, J., Spadavecchia, L., Yeluripati, J., Grosso, S. Del, Rice, C., Sawchik, J., 2016. MAGGnet: An international network to foster mitigation of agricultural greenhouse gases. Carbon Manag. 7, 243–248. https://doi.org/10.1080/17583004.2016.1180586
  • Hsiao, Che-Jen & Sassenrath, Gretchen & Rice, Charles & Zeglin, Lydia & Hettiarachchi, Ganga. (2016). Soil Microbial Activity with Depth in Claypan Soils of Southeast Kansas. Kansas Agricultural Experiment Station Research Reports. 2. 10.4148/2378-5977.1202.
  • Anandhi, Aavudai & Hutchinson, Stacy & Jr, John & Rahmani, Vahid & B. Kirkham, Mary & Rice, Charles. (2016). Changes in spatial and temporal trends in wet, dry, warm and cold spell length or duration indices in Kansas, USA. International Journal of Climatology. 36. 10.1002/joc.4619.
  • Nicoloso RS, Rice CW, Amado TJC (2016) Kinetic to saturation model for simulation of soil organic carbon increase to steady state. Soil Sci Soc Am J 80:147.
  • Mahama, G.Y., P.V. Vara Prasad, K.L. Roozeboom, J.B. Nippert, and G.W. Rice. 2016. Cover crops, fertilizer nitrogen rates, and economic return of grain sorghum. Agron. J. 108:1–16. doi:10.2134/ agronj15.0135
  • Mahama, G.Y., P.V.V. Prasad, K.L. Roozeboom, J.B. Nippert, and C.W. Rice. 2016. Response of maize to cover crops, fertilizer nitrogen rates, and economic return. Agron. J. 108:17–31. doi:10.2134/ agronj15.0136
  • Karlen, D.L.; Rice, C.W. Soil Degradation: Will Humankind Ever Learn? Sustainability, 2015, 7, 12490–12501.
  • Tomlinson, P., J. Roe, D. Devlin, J. DeRouchey, J. Leatherman, N. Nelson, A. Sheshukov, C. Rice, D. R. Diaz and P. Barnes. 2003. Water Quality Best Management Practices, Effectiveness, and Cost for Reducing Contaminant Losses from Cropland. Manhattan, KS: Kansas State University Agricultural Experiment Station and Cooperative Extension Service. MF2572 (Rev.). http://www.bookstore.ksre.ksu.edu/pubs/MF2572.pdf.
  • Devlin, Daniel & Steiner, Jean & Rice, Charles & Xiao, Xiangming & Saleh, Ali & Tomlinson, Peter & Cole, Noel & Gowda, Prasanna & Moffet, Corey & Campbell, Amber. (2015). Resilience and Vulnerability of Beef Cattle Production in the Southern Great Plains Under Changing Climate, Land Use & Markets.
  • De Oliveira Ferreira, Ademir & Amado, Telmo & Rice, Charles. (2015). O sistema plantio direto em fase de manutenção recupera o estoque de carbono original do solo? Um panorama das áreas pioneiras sob plantio direto no Rio Grande do Sul. Revista Plantio Direto. 147-148. 12-22.
  • E.A. Davidson, E.C. Suddick, C.W. Rice, L.S. Prokopy. More food, low pollution (Mo Fo Lo Po): a grand challenge for the 21st century. J. Environ. Qual., 44 (2015), pp. 305-311 
  • Steiner, D. Engel, X. Xiao, A. Saleh, P. Tomlinson, C. Rice. Knowledge and tools to enhance resilience of beef grazing systems for sustainable animal protein production. Ann. N. Y. Acad. Sci., 1328 (2014), pp. 10-17.
  • Campbell, Amber & Kahl, Dan & PytlikZillig, Lisa & Champion, Ben & Abdel-Monem, Tarik & Steffensmeier, Timothy & Rice, Charles & Hubbard, Kenneth. (2014). Agricultural Producer Perceptions of Climate Change and Climate Education Needs for the Central Great Plains. Journal of Extension. 52. 3FEA2
  • Smith, M. Bustamante, H. Ahammad, H. Clark, H. Dong, E.A. Elsiddig, H. Haberl, R. Harper, J. House, M. Jafari, O. Masera, C. Mbow, N.H. Ravindranath, C.W. Rice, C. Robledo Abad, A. Romanovskaya, F. Sperling, F. Tubiello Agriculture, Forestry and Other Land Use (AFOLU).
  • Aguilar, O. A., Maghirang, R. G., Rice, C. W., Trabue, S. L., & Erickson, L. E. (2014). Nitrous oxide fluxes from a commercial beef cattle feedlot in Kansas. Air Soil Water Res., 7, 35-45. http://dx.doi.org/10.4137/ASWR.S12841.
  • E.M. Griffing, R.L. Schauer, C.W. Rice. Life cycle assessment of fertilization of corn and corn–soybean rotations with swine manure and synthetic fertilizer in Iowa. J. Environ. Qual., 43 (2014), pp. 709-722.
  • Delgado JA, Nearing MA, Rice CW (2013) Conservation practices for climate change adaptation. Adv Agron 121:47–115.
  • Sajeewani Pitumpe Arachchige, Pavithra & Hettiarachchi, Ganga & Attanayake, Chammi & Karunakaran, Chithra & Rice, Charles. (2013). Stxm-Nexafs Spectromicroscopy Studies Of Intact Soil Microaggregates From a Tropical Agroecosystem.
  • Sajeewani Pitumpe Arachchige, Pavithra & Hettiarachchi, Ganga & Maurmann, Leila & Menefee, Dorothy & Rice, Charles & Amado, Telmo. (2013). Effects of Agricultural Management Practices On Carbon Sequestration in Soils From a Tropical Agroecosystem: Understanding the Contribution of Geochemical Controls of Soil Carbon Sequestration.
  • Menefee, Dorothy & Rice, Charles & Hettiarachchi, Ganga & Sajeewani Pitumpe Arachchige, Pavithra & Amado, Telmo. (2013). Mechanisms of Soil Carbon Protection in a Tropical Agroecosystem Under Differing Management Practices.
  • Koch, Andrea & Mcbratney, Alex & Adams, Mark & Field, Damien & Hill, Robert & Crawford, John & Minasny, Budiman & Lal, Rattan & Abbott, Lynette & O'Donnell, Anthony & Angers, Denis & Baldock, Jeffrey & Barbier, Edward & Binkley, Dan & Parton, William & Wall, Diana & Bird, Michael & Bouma, Johan & Chenu, Claire & Zimmermann, Michael. (2013). Soil Security: Solving the Global Soil Crisis.
  • Aguilar, O.A., Maghirang, R., Rice, C.W., Trabue, S.L., Erickson, L.E.: Laboratory evaluation of surface amendments for controlling greenhouse gas emissions from beef cattle feedlots. IJEEE. 4, 41 (2013)
  • Kenney, H. Blanco-Canqui, D.R. Presley, C.W. Rice, K. Janssen, B. Olson. Soil and crop response to stover removal from rainfed and irrigated corn. GCB Bioenergy (2013), pp. 219-230.
  • Zeglin LH, Bottomley P, Jumpponen A, Rice CW, Arango M, Lindsley A, McGowan A, Mfombep P, Myrold DD (2013) Altered precipitation regime affects the function and composition of soil microbial communities on multiple time scales. Ecology.
  • Anandhi, S. Perumal, P.H. Gowda, M. Knapp, S. Hutchinson, J. Harrington Jr., L. Murray, M.B. Kirkham, C.W. Rice. Long-term spatial and temporal trends in frost indices in Kansas, USA. Clim. Change, 120 (1–2) (2013), pp. 169-181.
  • Smith, Pete & Haberl, Helmut & Popp, Alexander & Erb, Karl-Heinz & Lauk, Christian & Harper, Richard & Tubiello, Francesco & Pinto, Alexandre & Jafari, Mostafa & Sohi, Saran & Masera, Omar & Böttcher, Hannes & Berndes, Göran & Bustamante, Mercedes & Ahammad, Helal & Clark, Harry & Dong, Hongmin & A Elsiddig, Elnour & Mbow, Cheikh & Rose, Steven. (2013). How much land based greenhouse gas mitigation can be achieved without compromising food security and environmental goals?. Global change biology. 19. 10.1111/gcb.12160.
  • Izaurralde, Roberto & Rice, Charles & WIELOPOLSKI, LUCIEN & Ebinger, Michael & B. REEVES, JAMES & Thomson, Allison & HARRIS, RANNY & FRANCIS, BARRY & MITRA, SUDEEP & Rappaport, Aaron & Etchevers, J & D. SAYRE, KENNETH & GOVAERTS, BRAM & GREGORY W. McCARTY, AND. (2013). IZAURRALDE, R.C., CHARLES W. RICE, LUCIEN WIELOPOLSKI, MICHAEL H. EBINGER, JAMES B. REEVES, III, ALLISON M. THOMPSON, RANNY HARRIS, BARRY FRANCIS, SUDEEP MITRA, AARON G. RAPPAPORT, JORGE D. ETCHEVERS, KENNETH D. SAYRE, BRAM GOVAERTS, AND GREGORY W. McCARTY. 2013. Evaluation of three field based methods for quantifying soil carbon. PLOS ONE 8: 1-11.. PLoS ONE. 8. 1-11. 10.1371/journal.pone.0055560.
  • Anandhi, Aavudai & L. Huchinson, S & Rice, Charles. (2013). How does the drought of 2012 compare to earlier droughts in Kansas, USA?
  • Jumpponen, Ari & Zeglin, Lydia & David, Maude & Prestat, Emmanuel & Brown, Shawn & Dvornik, J & Lothamer, Kale & Hettich, Robert & Jansson, Janet & Rice, Charles & Tringe, Susannah & Myrold, D. (2013). Fungal community responses to discrete precipitation pulses under altered rainfall intervals. Phytopathology. 103. 182-183.
  • Reisinger AJ, Blair JM, Rice CW, Dodds WK (2013) Woody vegetation removal stimulates riparian and benthic denitrification in tallgrass prairie. Ecosystems 16: 547–560.
  • Lal, J.A. Delgado, J. Gulliford, D. Nielsen, C.W. Rice, R.S. Van Pelt. Adapting agriculture to drought and extreme events. J Soil Water Conserv, 67 (2012), pp. 162A-166A.
  • Rice, Charles & Zeglin, Lydia & Bottomley, Peter & l. Tisdell, Nathaniel & Jumpponen, Ari & David, Maude & Prestat, Emmanuel & Jansson, Janet & Tringe, Susannah & Verberkmoes, Nathan & Hettich, Robert & W. McGowan, Andrew & Mfombep, Priscilla & Arango, Miguel & Myrold, David. (2012). Response of Microbial Transcriptome, Proteome, and Activity to Rainfall Pulses in a Prairie Soil.
  • Williams, Mark & Rice, Charles & Owensby, C. (2012). C dynamics and microbial activity in tallgrass prairie exposed to elevated CO2. Plant and Soil. 227. 127-137. 10.1023/A:1026590001307.


  • Paul, G., A. Anandhi, P. Prasad, S. A. Staggenborg, P. H. Gowda, and C. W. Rice. "Impacts of Climate Change on Grain Sorghum Yield in the Ogallala Aquifer Region, USA." In AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts. 2011.
  • Zeglin, L.H., David, M., Bottomley, P., Hettich, R.L., Jansson, J., Jumpponen, A., Rice, C.W., Tringe, S., VerBerkmoes, N.C. and Myrold, D., 2011, December. Microbial response to modified precipitation patterns in tallgrass prairie soil: molecular mechanisms, activity rates and organic matter dynamics. In AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts.
  • Kocyıgıt, R. and Rice, C.W., 2011. CO2 evolution during spring wheat growth under no-till and conventional tillage systems in the North American Great Plains Regions. Bulgarian Journal of Agricultural Science17(4), pp.512-520.
  • Delgado, J.A., Groffman, P.M., Nearing, M.A., Goddard, T., Reicosky, D., Lal, R., Kitchen, N.R., Rice, C.W., Towery, D. and Salon, P., 2011. Conservation practices to mitigate and adapt to climate change. Journal of soil and water conservation66(4), pp.118A-129A.
  • Follett, R., Mooney, S., Morgan, J., Paustian, K., Allen Jr, L.H., Archibeque, S., Baker, J.M., Del Grosso, S.J., Derner, J. and Dijkstra, F., 2011. Carbon sequestration and greenhouse gas fluxes in agriculture: challenges and opportunities. Council for Agricultural Science and Technology (CAST), Ames
  • Aguilar, O.A., Maghirang, R., Rice, C.W., Trabue, S., Erickson, L.E. and Razote, E., 2011. Nitrous oxide emissions from a commercial cattle feedlot in Kansas. In 2011 Louisville, Kentucky, August 7-10, 2011 (p. 1). American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers.


  • Eagle, Alison & Olander, Lydia & Rice, Charles & Haugen-Kozyra, Karen & R. Henry, L & Baker, Justin & B. Jackson, R. (2010). Mitigating greenhouse gas emissions with agricultural land management changes: What practices hold the best potential?. AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts.
  • Blanco-Canqui, Humberto, N. L. Klocke, A. J. Schlegel, L. R. Stone, and C. W. Rice. "Impacts of deficit irrigation on carbon sequestration and soil physical properties under no-till." Soil Science Society of America Journal 74, no. 4 (2010): 1301-1309.
  • Brown, David J., E. Raymond Hunt Jr, R. César Izaurralde, Keith H. Paustian, Charles W. Rice, Bonny L. Schumaker, and Tristram O. West. "Soil organic carbon change monitored over large areas." Eos, Transactions American Geophysical Union 91, no. 47 (2010): 441-442.
  • Feddema, Johannes, Charles W. Rice, Daniel Wildcat, and John A. Harrington Jr. "Climate component of the Kansas EPSCoR project." (2010).


  • Rice, C. W. "Methods and Tools for Measurement, Monitoring and Verification for Soil Carbon Sequestration." In AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts. 2009.
  • Blanco-Canqui, Humberto, L. R. Stone, A. J. Schlegel, D. J. Lyon, M. F. Vigil, M. M. Mikha, P. W. Stahlman, and C. W. Rice. "No-till induced increase in organic carbon reduces maximum bulk density of soils." Soil Science Society of America Journal 73, no. 6 (2009): 1871-1879.
  • Karlen, Douglas L., Rattan Lal, Ronald F. Follett, John M. Kimble, Jerry L. Hatfield, John M. Miranowski, Cynthia A. Cambardella, Andrew Manale, Robert P. Anex, and Charles W. Rice. "Crop residues: the rest of the story." (2009): 8011-8015.
  • Liphadzi, Konanani B., Kassim Al-Khatib, Curtis N. Bensch, Phillip W. Stahlman, J. Anita Dille, Timothy Todd, Charles W. Rice, Michael J. Horak, and Graham Head. "Soil microbial and nematode communities as affected by glyphosate and tillage practices in a glyphosate-resistant cropping system." Weed Science 53, no. 4 (2005): 536-545.
  • Pepper, Ian L., Charles P. Gerba, D. T. Newby, and C. W. Rice. "Soil: a public health threat or savior?." Critical Reviews in Environmental Science and Technology 39, no. 5 (2009): 416-432.
  • Wilson, Gail WT, Charles W. Rice, Matthias C. Rillig, Adam Springer, and David C. Hartnett. "Soil aggregation and carbon sequestration are tightly correlated with the abundance of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi: results from long‐term field experiments." Ecology letters 12, no. 5 (2009): 452-461.
  • Rice, Charles W., T. J. C. Amado, and R. S. Nicoloso. "How critical is the baseline to assess carbon sequestration in agricultural soils?." In IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science, vol. 6, no. 24, p. 242035. IOP Publishing, 2009.
  • Nicoloso, Rodriso S., C. W. Rice, T. J. C. Amado, and J. E. Fiorin. "Deep soil carbon sequestration under no-tillage cropping systems in tropical and temperate climates." In IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science, vol. 6, no. 24, p. 242030. IOP Publishing, 2009.
  • Rice, Charles W., T. J. C. Amado, and R. S. Nicoloso. "How critical is the baseline to assess carbon sequestration in agricultural soils?." In IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science, vol. 6, no. 24, p. 242035. IOP Publishing, 2009.
  • White, Paul M., and Charles W. Rice. "Tillage effects on microbial and carbon dynamics during plant residue decomposition." Soil Science Society of America Journal 73, no. 1 (2009): 138-145.


  • Banks, M. K., C. Clennan, W. Dodds, and C. Rice. "Variations in microbial activity due to fluctuations in soil water content at the water table interface." Journal of Environmental Science & Health Part A 34, no. 3 (1999): 479-505.
  • McKinley, D.C., Rice, C.W. and Blair, J.M., 2008. Conversion of grassland to coniferous woodland has limited effects on soil nitrogen cycle processes. Soil Biology and Biochemistry40(10), pp.2627-2633.
  • Smith, P., Martino, D., Cai, Z., Gwary, D., Janzen, H., Kumar, P., McCarl, B., Ogle, S., O'Mara, F., Rice, C. and Scholes, B., 2007. Greenhouse gas mitigation in agriculture. Philosophical transactions of the royal Society B: Biological Sciences363(1492), pp.789-813.
  • Fabrizzi, K.P., Rice, C.W., Amado, T.J., Fiorin, J., Barbagelata, P. and Melchiori, R., 2009. Protection of soil organic C and N in temperate and tropical soils: effect of native and agroecosystems. Biogeochemistry92(1-2), pp.129-143.
  • Lal, R., Kimble, J.M., Rice, C.W., Reed, D., Mooney, S. and Follett, R.F., 2007. Soil carbon management: economic, environmental and societal benefits. CRC press.


  • McCarl, Bruce A., F. Blaine Metting, and Charles Rice. "Soil carbon sequestration." Climatic Change 80, no. 1 (2007): 1-3.
  • White, P.M., Rice, C.W., Baldock, J.A. and Tuinstra, M.R., 2007. Soil biological properties following additions of bmr mutant grain sorghum. Soil Biology and Biochemistry39(7), pp.1518-1532.
  • Pendell, D.L., Williams, J.R., Boyles, S.B., Rice, C.W. and Nelson, R.G., 2007. Soil carbon sequestration strategies with alternative tillage and nitrogen sources under risk. Review of Agricultural Economics29(2), pp.247-268.
  • Rice, C.W., Fabrizzi, K. and White, P., 2007. Benefits of soil organic carbon to physical, chemical, and biological properties of soil. Soil Carbon Management: Economic, Environmental and Societal Benefits. JM Kimble, CW Rice, D. Reed, S. Mooney, RF Follett, and R. Lal (eds.). CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL, pp.155-162.
  • Williams, M.A. and Rice, C.W., 2007. Seven years of enhanced water availability influences the physiological, structural, and functional attributes of a soil microbial community. Applied Soil Ecology35(3), pp.535-545.
  • Smith, P., Martino, D., Cai, Z., Gwary, D., Janzen, H., Kumar, P., McCarl, B., Ogle, S., O’Mara, F., Rice, C. and Scholes, B., 2007. Policy and technological constraints to implementation of greenhouse gas mitigation options in agriculture. Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment118(1-4), pp.6-28.
  • Gehl, R.J. and Rice, C.W., 2007. Emerging technologies for in situ measurement of soil carbon. Climatic change80(1-2), pp.43-54.
  • Smith, P., Martino, D., Cai, Z., Gwary, D., Janzen, H., Kumar, P., McCarl, B., Ogle, S., O'Mara, F., Rice, C. and Scholes, B., 2007. Greenhouse gas mitigation in agriculture. Philosophical transactions of the royal Society B: Biological Sciences363(1492), pp.789-813.


  • Miller, G., Allen, D., Stone, D.A.D.A., William Horwath, C.A., Michelle Wander, I.L., Ronald Turco, I.N., Charles Rice, K.S., Drijber, N.E., Robert Tate, N.J., Richard Dick, O.H. and Dan Sullivan, O.R., 2006. MINUTES OF NCERA-59 ANNUAL MEETING USDA Multistate Research Project on Soil Organic Matter: Formation, Function and Management Houston Hall, Perelman Quadrangle, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA July 8-9, 2006.
  • Mikha, M.M., Rice, C.W. and Benjamin, J.G., 2006. Estimating soil mineralizable nitrogen under different management practices. Soil Science Society of America Journal70(5), pp.1522-1531.
  • Izaurralde, R.C. and Rice, C.W., 2006. a Pilot Soil Carbon Sequestration Project. Carbon Sequestration in Soils of Latin America, p.457.
  • Pendell, D.L., Williams, J.R., Rice, C.W., Nelson, R.G. and Boyles, S.B., 2006. Economic feasibility of no-tillage and manure for soil carbon sequestration in corn production in Northeastern Kansas. Journal of environmental quality35(4), pp.1364-1373.
  • Rice, C.W., 2006. Introduction to special section on greenhouse gases and carbon sequestration in agriculture and forestry. Journal of environmental quality35(4), p.1338.
  • Wilson, G.W.T., Hartnett, D.C. and Rice, C.W., 2006. Mycorrhizal-mediated phosphorus transfer between tallgrass prairie plants Sorghastrum nutans and Artemisia ludoviciana. Functional Ecology, pp.427-435.
  • Koçyiğit, R. and Rice, C.W., 2006. Partitioning CO2 respiration among soil, rhizosphere microorganisms, and roots of wheat under greenhouse conditions. Communications in soil science and plant analysis37(9-10), pp.1173-1184.
  • Cerri, C.C. & Cerri, C.E.P. & Powlson, D.s & Batjes, Niels & Bernoux, Martial & Paustian, Keith & Milne, Eleanor & Rice, Charles. (2006). Soil organic carbon stocks/sequestration and greenhouse gas emissions.
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