Agronomy, Biochar, Soil water, Mineralogy and Environmental chemistry are his primary areas of study. His research integrates issues of Soil carbon, Soil quality and Soil organic matter, Soil fertility, Slash-and-char in his study of Agronomy. As part of the same scientific family, David A. Laird usually focuses on Slash-and-char, concentrating on Biomass and intersecting with Renewable resource.
His Biochar research integrates issues from Leaching, Soil conditioner, Greenhouse gas, Manure and Biofuel. The Soil water study combines topics in areas such as Total organic carbon and Nitrogen. His Mineralogy study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Organic matter, Aqueous solution, Sorption and Analytical chemistry.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Biochar, Agronomy, Soil water, Clay minerals and Environmental chemistry. His work deals with themes such as Corn stover, Bioenergy, Greenhouse gas and Soil conditioner, which intersect with Biochar. His Agronomy research includes elements of Biomass, Soil carbon, Crop residue and Soil quality.
David A. Laird combines subjects such as Manure and Water content with his study of Soil water. His Clay minerals research incorporates elements of Inorganic chemistry and Adsorption, Sorption. David A. Laird focuses mostly in the field of Environmental chemistry, narrowing it down to topics relating to Charcoal and, in certain cases, Soil organic matter.
David A. Laird mainly focuses on Biochar, Agronomy, Pyrolysis, Soil water and Environmental chemistry. His study in Biochar is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Biomass, Corn stover, Bioenergy, Charcoal and Greenhouse gas. His Agronomy research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Cropping, Crop residue, Soil quality and Agricultural productivity.
The various areas that he examines in his Pyrolysis study include Inorganic chemistry, Raw material, Zerovalent iron and Husk. His Soil water study results in a more complete grasp of Soil science. His research in Environmental chemistry tackles topics such as Nitrogen which are related to areas like Fractionation, Chemical addition, Hot water extraction, Soil test and Carbonization.
His main research concerns Biochar, Pyrolysis, Agronomy, Inorganic chemistry and Soil water. A large part of his Biochar studies is devoted to Slash-and-char. His Agronomy research incorporates themes from Biomass, Cropping, Soil management and Agroecosystem.
His studies in Inorganic chemistry integrate themes in fields like Metal and Adsorption. His Soil water study incorporates themes from Moisture, Cropping system, Calibration and Greenhouse gas. His studies examine the connections between Corn stover and genetics, as well as such issues in Cellulose, with regards to Corrosion, Raw material, Environmental chemistry and Alkalinity.
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Near-Infrared Reflectance Spectroscopy–Principal Components Regression Analyses of Soil Properties
Cheng-Wen Chang;David A. Laird;Maurice J. Mausbach;Charles R. Hurburgh.
Soil Science Society of America Journal (2001)
Impact of biochar amendments on the quality of a typical Midwestern agricultural soil
David A. Laird;Pierce Fleming;Dedrick D. Davis;Robert Horton.
Biochar impact on nutrient leaching from a Midwestern agricultural soil.
David Laird;Pierce Fleming;Baiqun Wang;Robert Horton.
The Charcoal Vision: A Win–Win–Win Scenario for Simultaneously Producing Bioenergy, Permanently Sequestering Carbon, while Improving Soil and Water Quality
David A. Laird.
Agronomy Journal (2008)
Review of the pyrolysis platform for coproducing bio-oil and biochar
David A. Laird;Robert C. Brown;James E. Amonette;Johannes C. Lehmann.
Biofuels, Bioproducts and Biorefining (2009)
Bio-oil and bio-char production from corn cobs and stover by fast pyrolysis
Charles A. Mullen;Akwasi A. Boateng;Neil M. Goldberg;Isabel M. Lima.
Biomass & Bioenergy (2010)
NEAR-INFRARED REFLECTANCE SPECTROSCOPIC ANALYSIS OF SOIL C AND N
Cheng-Wen Chang;David A. Laird.
Soil Science (2002)
Effects of long-term soil acidification due to nitrogen fertilizer inputs in Wisconsin
Phillip Barak;Babou O. Jobe;Armand R. Krueger;Lloyd A. Peterson.
Plant and Soil (1997)
Stability of Biochar in Soil
Johannes Lehmann;Claudia Czimczik;David Laird;Saran Sohi.
Assessing potential of biochar for increasing water‐holding capacity of sandy soils
Andres S. Basso;Fernando E. Miguez;David A. Laird;Robert Horton.
Gcb Bioenergy (2013)
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