Research Publications for Susanna Rutledge
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Pronger, J., Campbell, D., Clearwater, M., Rutledge, S., Wall, A., & Schipper, L. A. (2015). Low spatial and inter-annual variability in evaporation from an intensively grazed temperate pasture system. In Waikato/Bay of Plenty Soils Conference. Conference held at University of Waikato, Hamilton, New Zealand.
McNally, S. R., Laughlin, D. C., Rutledge, S., Dodd, M. B., Six, J., & Schipper, L. A. (2015). Root carbon inputs under moderately diverse sward and conventional ryegrass-clover pasture: implications for soil carbon sequestration. Plant and Soil, 11 pages. doi:10.1007/s11104-015-2463-z
McNally, S., Schipper, L. A., Laughlin,, D., Rutledge, S., & Dodd, M. (2014). Comparative root C inputs under a mixed swards and conventional ryegrass-clover pasture. In L. D. Curie, & C. L. Christensen (Eds.), Occasional Report No. 27 Nutrient Management for the Farm, Catchment and Community. Massey University, Palmerston North: Fertilizer and Lime Research Centre, Massey University. Retrieved from http://flrc.massey.ac.nz/publications.html
McNally, S., Schipper, L., Rutledge, S., Dodd, M., Laughlin D., & Six, J. (2014). Root turnover and C input between a moderately diverse and a ryegrass-clover pasture. In New Zealand Society of Soil Science Conference, Hamilton, New Zealand.
Rutledge, S., Mudge, P. L., Wallace, D. F., Campbell, D. I., Woodward, S. L., Wall, A. M., & Schipper, L. A. (2014). CO₂ Emissions following cultivation of a temperate permanent pasture. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment, 184, 21-33. doi:10.1016/j.agee.2013.11.005
Rutledge, S., Mudge, P., Wall, A., Campbell, D., & Schipper, L. (2014). CO2 emissions during pasture renewal via cultivation or direct drilling. In NZ soil Science Society Conference (pp. 77). Retrieved from http://nzsss.science.org.nz/conferences.html
Schipper, L. A., Hobbs, J. K., Rutledge, S., & Arcus, V. L. (2014). Thermodynamic theory explains the temperature optima of soil microbial processes and high Q10 values at low temperatures. Global Change Biology. doi:10.1111/gcb.12596
Rutledge., Mudge, P., Wall, A., Campbell., & Schipper, L. (2013). CO2 fluxes following cultivation and pasture renewal – toward increasing carbon storage in pastoral soils. In Ozflux Conference, Cairns, Australia.
Schipper, L. A. (2013). Temperature controls on soil microbial processes: including heat capacity explains temperature optima and high Q10s at low temperatures. Poster session presented at the meeting of ASA, CSSA & SSSA International Annual Meetings 2013. Conference held in Tampa, Florida.
Arcus, V. L., Schipper, L. A., Hobbs, J. K., & Rutledge, S. (2013). Temperature controls on soil microbial processes: Including heat capacity explains temperature optima and high Q10s at low temperatures. Poster session presented at the meeting of Water, Food, Energy & Innovation for a sustainable World. ASA, CSSA, & SSSA International Annual Meetings. Conference held at Tampa. Florida. Retrieved from https://www.acsmeetings.org/poster-oral-papers