Armen R. Kemanian
Armen R. Kemanian
Professor of Plant Science, The Pennsylvania State University
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How do various maize crop models vary in their responses to climate change factors?
S Bassu, N Brisson, JL Durand, K Boote, J Lizaso, JW Jones, ...
Global Change Biology 20 (7), 2301-2320, 2014
A framework for evaluating ecosystem services provided by cover crops in agroecosystems
ME Schipanski, M Barbercheck, MR Douglas, DM Finney, K Haider, ...
Agricultural Systems 125, 12-22, 2014
Variability of barley radiation-use efficiency
AR Kemanian, CO Stöckle, DR Huggins
Crop Science 44 (5), 1662-1672, 2004
Predicting maize phenology: intercomparison of functions for developmental response to temperature
S Kumudini, FH Andrade, KJ Boote, GA Brown, KA Dzotsi, GO Edmeades, ...
Agronomy Journal 106 (6), 2087-2097, 2014
High biomass yield energy sorghum: developing a genetic model for C4 grass bioenergy crops
SN Olson, K Ritter, W Rooney, A Kemanian, BA McCarl, Y Zhang, S Hall, ...
Biofuels, Bioproducts and Biorefining 6 (6), 640-655, 2012
A simple method to estimate harvest index in grain crops
AR Kemanian, CO Stöckle, DR Huggins, LM Viega
Field Crops Research 103 (3), 208-216, 2007
Greater humification of belowground than aboveground biomass carbon into particulate soil organic matter in no-till corn and soybean crops
SR Mazzilli, AR Kemanian, OR Ernst, RB Jackson, G Pineiro
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 85, 22-30, 2015
Unique challenges and opportunities for northeastern US crop production in a changing climate
DW Wolfe, AT DeGaetano, GM Peck, M Carey, LH Ziska, J Lea-Cox, ...
Climatic Change 146 (1-2), 231-245, 2018
Transpiration-use efficiency of barley
AR Kemanian, CO Stöckle, DR Huggins
Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 130 (1), 1-11, 2005
Priming of soil organic carbon decomposition induced by corn compared to soybean crops
SR Mazzilli, AR Kemanian, OR Ernst, RB Jackson, G Piñeiro
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 75, 273-281, 2014
Analysis of climate signals in the crop yield record of sub‐Saharan Africa
AL Hoffman, AR Kemanian, CE Forest
Global Change Biology 24 (1), 143-157, 2018
C-Farm: A simple model to evaluate the carbon balance of soil profiles
AR Kemanian, CO Stöckle
European Journal of Agronomy 32 (1), 22-29, 2010
Modeling the impacts of soil management practices on runoff, sediment yield, maize productivity, and soil organic carbon using APEX
X Wang, PW Gassman, JR Williams, S Potter, AR Kemanian
Soil and Tillage Research 101 (1-2), 78-88, 2008
Crop radiation capture and use efficiency: a framework for crop growth analysis
CO Stöckle, AR Kemanian
Crop physiology: Applications for genetic improvement and agronomy, 145-170, 2009
CropSyst model evolution: From field to regional to global scales and from research to decision support systems
CO Stöckle, AR Kemanian, RL Nelson, JC Adam, R Sommer, B Carlson
Environmental Modelling & Software 62, 361-369, 2014
Integrating soil carbon cycling with that of nitrogen and phosphorus in the watershed model SWAT: theory and model testing
AR Kemanian, S Julich, VS Manoranjan, JR Arnold
Ecological Modelling 222 (12), 1913-1921, 2011
Six crop models differ in their simulation of water uptake
GGT Camargo, AR Kemanian
Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 220, 116-129, 2016
Depressed attainable wheat yields under continuous annual no-till agriculture suggest declining soil productivity
OR Ernst, AR Kemanian, SR Mazzilli, M Cadenazzi, S Dogliotti
Field Crops Research 186, 107-116, 2016
Plant density and leaf area index effects on the distribution
DJ Timlin, DH Fleisher, AR Kemanian, VR Reddy
The response of maize, sorghum, and soybean yield to growing-phase climate revealed with machine learning
AL Hoffman, AR Kemanian, CE Forest
Environmental Research Letters, 2020
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