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Neal S. Eash
Soil Science

Burton C. (Burt) English
Production Economics

Sean Michael Schaeffer
Assistant Professor

Groups and Facilities

(1 mention)

Hardwood Genomics Project 
Creating genomic resources for the most important hardwood species in North America.

(1 mention)

Center for Renewable Carbon 
Positioning Tennessee as a leader in reducing our dependence on petroleum.



Promotion and Tenure 2016, 9/29/2016


Recent Publications

Impact of Capillary Pressure-Saturation Pore-Size Distribution Parameter on Geological Carbon Sequestration Estimates.  Chen, C.L., E. Perfect, T. E. Yu, and M. Gragg.  2017.  Journal of Sustainable Mining, 16:67-72.

Evaluating a tax-based subsidy approach for forest carbon sequestration.  Cho, S., J. Lee, R. K. Roberts, B. C. English, T. E. Yu, and P. R. Armsworth.  2017.  Environmental Conservation, 44(3): 234-243.

Advancing the Valuation and Measurement of Forest Ecosystem Services: Future Research/Management Directions.  Japelj, A., N. C. Poudyal, M. Bosch, and D. G. Hodges.  2017.  Interconnecting Forests, Science and People, p. 79, In: Book of Abstracts from 125th Anniversary Meeting of the International Union of Forest Research Organizations, Freiburg, Germany. [Abstract]

Soil Carbon Sequestration, Carbon Markets, and Conservation Agriculture Practices: A Hypothetical Examination in Mozambique.  Simone, T. E., D. M. Lambert, I. Cuvaca, and N. S. Eash.  2017.  International Soil and Water Conservation Research, 5:167179.

Can No-till Sequester Carbon? Overcoming Conjecture with Data O'Dell, D., N. S. Eash, B. Hicks, D. M. Lambert, J. Logan, T. J. Sauer, J. Zahn, J. Oetting, and J. Goddard.  2016.  Annual Meeting, ASA, CSSA, SSSA, 6-9 Nov, 2016. Phoenix, AZ.. [Abstract]

Isotopic characterization of sequestration and transformation of plant residue carbon in relation to soil aggregation dynamics Guan, S., D. Sen, G. Chen, G. Wang, and J. Zhuang.  2015.  Applied Soil Ecology, 96, 18-24.

Spatial and Temporal Impacts of Incentive Payments for Forest-Based Carbon Sequestration.  Lee, J.  2015.  M.S. Thesis.

Exploring tax-based payment approach for forest carbon sequestration.  Lee, J., S. Cho, T. E. Yu, and P. R. Armsworth.  2015.  Selected Paper, Presented at the Southern Agricultural Economics Association 2015 Annual Meeting.

Evaluating factors influencing carbon dioxide sequestration from land use, land-use change, and forest activities in the U.S.  Watcharaanantapong, P., and D. G. Hodges.  2015.  Proceedings, In: Lantiainen, S., and Aguilar, F.X. (Ed.). Forest Economics: Gateway to Sustainability. Proceedings of the Inaugural Symposium of the International Society of Forest Resource Economics. Columbia, MO. pp. 49-63.

Cropping sequence and bio-cover affects on soil organic carbon sequestration under not-tillage.  Ashworth, A. J., F. L. Allen, J. P. Wight, A. M. Saxton, and D. D. Tyler.  2014.  Soil Sci. Soc. of America.

Soil organic carbon sequestration rates under crop sequence diversity, bio-covers, and no-tillage.  Ashworth, A. J., F. L. Allen, J. P. Wight, A. M. Saxton, D. D. Tyler, and C. E. Sams.  2014.  Soil Science Soc. of Am. Journal, 78:1726-1733.

Real-time C sequestration rates on smallholder fields in Southern Africa.  Eash, N. S., D. L. O'Dell, T. J. Sauer, B. B. Hicks, D. M. Lambert, and C. Thierfelder.  2014.  World Congress on Conservation Agriculture.