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Gregory F. McIsaac
Gregory F. McIsaac
Associate Professor Emeritus, University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign
Verified email at illinois.edu
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Sources of nitrate yields in the Mississippi River Basin
MB David, LE Drinkwater, GF McIsaac
Journal of environmental quality 39 (5), 1657-1667, 2010
5072010
Nitrate flux in the Mississippi River
GF McIsaac, MB David, GZ Gertner, DA Goolsby
Nature 414 (6860), 166-167, 2001
3862001
Miscanthus: a promising biomass crop
EA Heaton, FG Dohleman, AF Miguez, JA Juvik, V Lozovaya, J Widholm, ...
Advances in botanical research 56, 75-137, 2010
3392010
Sustainable development of the agricultural bio-economy
N Jordan, G Boody, W Broussard, JD Glover, D Keeney, BH McCown, ...
Science 316 (5831), 1570-1571, 2007
3292007
Nitrogen balance in and export from agricultural fields associated with controlled drainage systems and denitrifying bioreactors
KP Woli, MB David, RA Cooke, GF McIsaac, CA Mitchell
Ecological Engineering 36 (11), 1558-1566, 2010
2322010
Miscanthus and Switchgrass Production in Central Illinois: Impacts on Hydrology and Inorganic Nitrogen Leaching
GF McIsaac, MB David, CA Mitchell
Journal of environmental quality 39 (5), 1790-1799, 2010
2212010
Miscanthus and Switchgrass Production in Central Illinois: Impacts on Hydrology and Inorganic Nitrogen Leaching
GF McIsaac, MB David
Journal of Environmental Quality 39 (5), 1790-1799, 2010
2212010
Characterization of nutrient, organic carbon, and sediment loads and concentrations from the Mississippi River into the northern Gulf of Mexico
RE Turner, NN Rabalais, RB Alexander, G McIsaac, RW Howarth
Estuaries and Coasts 30, 773-790, 2007
1682007
Modeling denitrification in a tile-drained, corn and soybean agroecosystem of Illinois, USA
MB David, SJ Del Grosso, X Hu, EP Marshall, GF McIsaac, WJ Parton, ...
Biogeochemistry 93, 7-30, 2009
1372009
Nitrogen mass balance of a tile‐drained agricultural watershed in east‐central Illinois
LE Gentry, MB David, FE Below, TV Royer, GF McIsaac
Journal of environmental quality 38 (5), 1841-1847, 2009
1312009
Net N input and riverine N export from Illinois agricultural watersheds with and without extensive tile drainage
GF McIsaac, X Hu
Biogeochemistry 70, 253-273, 2004
1272004
Relating net nitrogen input in the Mississippi River basin to nitrate flux in the lower Mississippi River: A comparison of approaches
GF McIsaac, MB David, GZ Gertner, DA Goolsby
Journal of Environmental Quality 31 (5), 1610-1622, 2002
1212002
Long‐term changes in Mollisol organic carbon and nitrogen
MB David, GF McIsaac, RG Darmody, RA Omonode
Journal of environmental quality 38 (1), 200-211, 2009
1152009
Nitrate in river and subsurface drainage flows from an east central Illinois watershed
JK Mitchell, GF McIsaac, SE Walker, MC Hirschi
Transactions of the ASAE 43 (2), 337-342, 2000
1152000
Modeling riverine nitrate export from an east‐central Illinois watershed using SWAT
X Hu, GF McIsaac, MB David, CAL Louwers
Journal of Environmental Quality 36 (4), 996-1005, 2007
1132007
Beyond the nutrient strategies: Common ground to accelerate agricultural water quality improvement in the upper Midwest
R Christianson, L Christianson, C Wong, M Helmers, G McIsaac, D Mulla, ...
Journal of environmental management 206, 1072-1080, 2018
952018
Environment. Sustainable development of the agricultural bio-economy.
N Jordan, G Boody, W Broussard, JD Glover, D Keeney, BH McCown, ...
Science (New York, NY) 316 (5831), 1570-1571, 2007
882007
A simplified hillslope erosion model with vegetation elements for practical applications
AC Siepel, TS Steenhuis, CW Rose, JY Parlange, GF McIsaac
Journal of Hydrology 258 (1-4), 111-121, 2002
772002
Apparent geographic and atmospheric influences on raindrop sizes and rainfall kinetic energy
GF McIsaac
Journal of soil and water conservation 45 (6), 663-666, 1990
661990
Slope steepness effects on soil loss from disturbed lands
GF Mclsaac, JK Mitchell, MC Hirschi
Transactions of the ASAE 30 (4), 1005-1012, 1987
641987
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