1995 - Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)
His work blends Agronomy and Animal science studies together. His work often combines Animal science and Agronomy studies. He carries out multidisciplinary research, doing studies in Ecology and Agroforestry. In his work, Ralph E. J. Boerner performs multidisciplinary research in Agroforestry and Ecology. He integrates many fields, such as Soil water and Soil carbon, in his works. While working on this project, he studies both Soil carbon and Soil water. His study deals with a combination of Ecological succession and Chronosequence. Ralph E. J. Boerner connects Chronosequence with Ecological succession in his research. He connects Water content with Geotechnical engineering in his study.
Leaching (pedology), Soil carbon and Mineralization (soil science) are the two main areas of interest in his Soil water studies. Ralph E. J. Boerner regularly ties together related areas like Soil water in his Leaching (pedology) studies. In the subject of Geotechnical engineering, he integrates adjacent academic fields such as Hydrology (agriculture) and Water content. His work on Geotechnical engineering expands to the thematically related Hydrology (agriculture). He performs integrative study on Water content and Soil science in his works. His Soil science study often links to related topics such as Soil carbon. His Nitrogen research spans across into subjects like Nitrification and Mineralization (soil science). In his works, Ralph E. J. Boerner conducts interdisciplinary research on Nitrification and Nitrogen. Ralph E. J. Boerner brings together Ecology and Spatial ecology to produce work in his papers.
This overview was generated by a machine learning system which analysed the scientist’s body of work. If you have any feedback, you can contact us here.
The Effects of Forest Fuel-Reduction Treatments in the United States
Scott L. Stephens;James D. McIver;Ralph E. J. Boerner;Christopher J. Fettig.
Fire and Nutrient Cycling in Temperate Ecosystems
Ralph E. J. Boerner.
Seasonal variations in enzyme activity and organic carbon in soil of a burned and unburned hardwood forest
R.E.J. Boerner;J.A. Brinkman;A. Smith.
Soil Biology & Biochemistry (2005)
Prescribed fire effects on the herbaceous layer of mixed-oak forests
Todd F. Hutchinson;Ralph E.J. Boerner;Steve Sutherland;Elaine Kennedy Sutherland.
Canadian Journal of Forest Research (2005)
Landscape patterns of understory composition and richness across a moisture and nitrogen mineralization gradient in Ohio (U.S.A.) Quercus forests
Todd F. Hutchinson;Ralph E.J. Boerner;Louis R. Iverson;Steve Sutherland.
Plant Ecology (1999)
Microsite variations in soil chemistry and nitrogen mineralization in a beech-maple forest
Ralph E.J. Boerner;Shari D. Koslowsky.
Soil Biology & Biochemistry (1989)
Prescribed burning effects on soil enzyme activity in a southern Ohio hardwood forest: a landscape-scale analysis
Ralph E.J. Boerner;Ralph E.J. Boerner;Kelly L.M. Decker;Elaine Kennedy Sutherland.
Soil Biology & Biochemistry (2000)
Correlations of understory herb distribution patterns with microhabitats under different tree species in a mixed mesophytic forest.
Carl R. Crozier;Ralph E. J. Boerner.
Allyl isothiocyanate release and the allelopathic potential of Brassica napus (Brassicaceae)
Devi N. Choesin;Ralph E. J. Boerner.
American Journal of Botany (1991)
Spatial patterns of mycorrhizal infectiveness of soils long a successional chronosequence
R. E. J. Boerner;Brent G. DeMars;Peter N. Leicht.
If you think any of the details on this page are incorrect, let us know.
We appreciate your kind effort to assist us to improve this page, it would be helpful providing us with as much detail as possible in the text box below: