The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Agronomy, Soil organic matter, Agroforestry, Nutrient and Agriculture. Her study in Agronomy is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Soil fertility and Mineralization. Her research investigates the connection with Soil organic matter and areas like Organic matter which intersect with concerns in Animal science.
Her studies examine the connections between Agroforestry and genetics, as well as such issues in Soil biodiversity, with regards to Inorganic nutrient, Soil governance and Conservation agriculture. As part of the same scientific family, Cheryl A. Palm usually focuses on Nutrient, concentrating on Nitrogen cycle and intersecting with Erythrina, Horticulture, Botany and Decomposition. Her Agriculture research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Natural resource economics, Climate change, Greenhouse gas and Ecosystem services.
Agronomy, Agriculture, Nutrient, Agroforestry and Fertilizer are her primary areas of study. She has included themes like Soil organic matter, Organic matter and Soil fertility in her Agronomy study. Her research in Soil fertility intersects with topics in Soil management and Soil carbon.
Her Agriculture research incorporates themes from Environmental resource management, Millennium Development Goals, Greenhouse gas and Ecosystem services. Her Nutrient research integrates issues from Agroecosystem and Manure. In her study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Agroforestry, Land use is strongly linked to Tropics.
Her main research concerns Agronomy, Fertilizer, Agriculture, Soil organic matter and Soil fertility. Cheryl A. Palm is interested in Tropical agriculture, which is a field of Agronomy. The study incorporates disciplines such as Agroecosystem, Crop yield and Crop in addition to Fertilizer.
Her Agriculture study incorporates themes from Economic growth, Soil water and Environmental protection. Her studies in Soil organic matter integrate themes in fields like Soil type, Soil carbon, Stover, Tithonia and Nutrient. Her studies deal with areas such as Water quality and Crop residue as well as Soil fertility.
Her primary scientific interests are in Natural resource economics, Poverty, Agronomy, Fertilizer and Sustainability. The various areas that Cheryl A. Palm examines in her Natural resource economics study include International development, Land use, Agricultural productivity, Sustainable development and Socioeconomic status. Her Poverty study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Productivity and Agriculture.
Cheryl A. Palm studies Ammonia volatilization from urea which is a part of Agronomy. Her Fertilizer research includes themes of Soil type, Soil carbon, Soil fertility, Tropical agriculture and Soil organic matter. Her research integrates issues of Economic growth, Resource, Environmental degradation and Agroecology in her study of Sustainability.
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Reducing uncertainty in the use of allometric biomass equations for predicting above-ground tree biomass in mixed secondary forests.
Quirine M Ketterings;Richard Coe;Meine van Noordwijk;Yakub Ambagau.
Nutrient Imbalances in agricultural development
P.M. Vitousek;Rosamond L. Naylor;T. Crews;M.B. David.
Nitrogen release from the leaves of some tropical legumes as affected by their lignin and polyphenolic contents
C.A. Palm;P.A. Sanchez.
Soil Biology & Biochemistry (1991)
Organic inputs for soil fertility management in tropical agroecosystems: Application of an organic resource database
Cheryl A Palm;Catherine N Gachengo;Robert J Delve;Georg Cadisch.
Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment (2001)
Combined Use of Organic and Inorganic Nutrient Sources for Soil Fertility Maintenance and Replenishment
Cheryl A. Palm;Robert J.K. Myers;Stephen M. Nandwa.
Replenishing Soil Fertility in Africa (2015)
Climate change: linking adaptation and mitigation through agroforestry
Louis V. Verchot;Meine Van Noordwijk;Serigne Kandji;Thomas P. Tomich.
Conservation agriculture and ecosystem services: An overview
Cheryl Palm;Humberto Blanco-Canqui;Fabrice DeClerck;Lydiah Gatere.
Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment (2014)
Limited potential of no-till agriculture for climate change mitigation
David S. Powlson;Clare M. Stirling;M. L. Jat;Bruno G. Gerard.
Nature Climate Change (2014)
Contribution of agroforestry trees to nutrient requirements of intercropped plants
C. A. Palm.
Agroforestry Systems (1995)
Digital Soil Map of the World
Pedro A. Sanchez;Sonya Ahamed;Florence Carré;Alfred E. Hartemink.
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