His scientific interests lie mostly in Agronomy, Growing season, Ecosystem, Soil water and Grassland. His Plant community research extends to Agronomy, which is thematically connected. His biological study deals with issues like Biomass, which deal with fields such as Water-use efficiency, Poa pratensis, Andropogon and Animal science.
His research in Ecosystem focuses on subjects like Soil organic matter, which are connected to Biomass, Plant physiology, Nutrient, Nitrogen cycle and Carbon dioxide in Earth's atmosphere. His work carried out in the field of Soil water brings together such families of science as Botany and Water content. His research in Grassland intersects with topics in Canopy and Eddy covariance, Ecosystem respiration.
Agronomy, Animal science, Grazing, Growing season and Pasture are his primary areas of study. His Agronomy research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Range and Stocking. His Animal science study also includes
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Sorghum and Late season. His Growing season study combines topics in areas such as Biomass, Andropogon, Ecosystem and Poa pratensis. His Biomass study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Soil water and Water-use efficiency.
Clenton E. Owensby mainly focuses on Grazing, Agronomy, Ecosystem, Hydrology and Growing season. Clenton E. Owensby has included themes like Stocking, Aboveground biomass and Pasture in his Grazing study. His Agronomy research includes elements of Plant ecology and Plant community.
His Ecosystem research integrates issues from Biomass, Sampling, Soil water and Grassland. Clenton E. Owensby interconnects Environmental chemistry and Carbon dioxide in the investigation of issues within Soil water. His research in Growing season tackles topics such as Ecosystem respiration which are related to areas like Atmospheric sciences.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Eddy covariance, Growing season, Ecosystem, Agronomy and Ecosystem respiration. His Eddy covariance research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Primary production, Steppe and Grassland. His research integrates issues of Hydrology, Water content, Canopy and FluxNet in his study of Grassland.
His work deals with themes such as Soil science and Carbon dioxide in Earth's atmosphere, which intersect with Ecosystem. Clenton E. Owensby works in the field of Agronomy, namely Grazing. The various areas that he examines in his Carbon dioxide study include Soil water, Soil carbon, Soil organic matter, Deciduous and Carbon sequestration.
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Long- and short-term effects of fire on nitrogen cycling in tallgrass prairie
Dennis S. Ojima;D. S. Schimel;W. J. Parton;C. E. Owensby.
Biomass Production in a Tallgrass Prairie Ecosystem Exposed to Ambient and Elevated CO"2
Clenton E. Owensby;Patrick I. Coyne;Jay M. Ham;Lisa M. Auen.
Ecological Applications (1993)
Fire and Grazing in the Tallgrass Prairie: Contingent Effects on Nitrogen Budgets
N. Thompson Hobbs;David S. Schimel;Clenton E. Owensby;Dennis S. Ojima.
Biomass production and species composition change in a tallgrass prairie ecosystem after long‐term exposure to elevated atmospheric CO2
Clenton E. Owensby;Jay. M. Ham;Alan. K. Knapp;Lisa. M. Auen.
Global Change Biology (1999)
Long-term effects of annual burning at different dates in ungrazed Kansas tallgrass prairie.
Gene Towne;Clenton Owensby.
Journal of Range Management (1984)
Elevated atmospheric carbon dioxide increases soil carbon
Julie D. Jastrow;R. Michael Miller;Roser Matamala;Richard J. Norby.
Global Change Biology (2005)
Responses of Soil Respiration to Clipping and Grazing in a Tallgrass Prairie
Dale J. Bremer;Jay M. Ham;Clenton E. Owensby;Alan K. Knapp.
Journal of Environmental Quality (1998)
Burning bluestem range.
Kling L. Anderson;Ed F. Smith;Clenton E. Owensby.
Journal of Range Management (1970)
Grazing management effects on plant species diversity in tallgrass prairie
Karen R. Hickman;David C. Hartnett;Robert C. Cochran;Clenton E. Owensby.
Journal of Range Management (2004)
Soil microbial response in tallgrass prairie to elevated CO2
Charles W. Rice;Fernando O. Garcia;Colleen O. Hampton;Clenton E. Owensby.
Plant and Soil (1994)
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