Publications

BOOK CHAPTERS & ARCHIVED DATA SETS

Bandaru,V., R.C. Izaurralde and K. Zhao 2015. Bioenergy potential of Switchgrass and Miscanthus on US marginal lands, In Bhardwaj. K. A, Chen. J, Zenone. J (eds) Sustainable Biofuels: An Ecological Assessment of the Future Energy: Higher Education Press (HEP) in China and De Gruyter in Germany. p. 299-318.  (published April 2015).

Miles, N.L., S.J. Richardson, K.J. Davis, A.E. Andrews, T.J. Griffis, V. Bandaru, and K.P. Hosman. 2013. NACP MCI: Tower Atmospheric CO2 Concentrations, Upper Midwest Region, USA, 2007-2009. Data set. Available on-line [http://daac.ornl.gov] from Oak Ridge National Laboratory Distributed Active Archive Center, Oak Ridge, Tennessee, USA. http://dx.doi.org/10.3334/ORNLDAAC/1202

Hively, W.D., G.W. McCarty, M.W. Lang, V. Bandaru, A. Kim, A.M. Sadeghi. 2008. Developing crop rotation maps from satellite imagery for use in modeling water quality in the Choptank River Watershed. In: Proceedings of the National Sedimentation Laboratory – 50 Years of Soil and Water Research in a Changing Agricultural Environment, Oxford, Mississippi.

PEER-REVIEWED PUBLICATIONS

Bandaru, V., Y. Pei, Q. Hart, and B.M. Jenkins. 2017. Impact of biases in gridded weather datasets on biomass estimates of short rotation woody cropping systems. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology. 233: 71-79 (download).

Bandaru, V., C.S. Daughtry, E.E. Codling, D.J. Hansen, S. White-Hansen, and C.E.  Green. 2016. Evaluating Leaf and Canopy Reflectance of Stressed Rice Plants to Monitor Arsenic Contamination.International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health. 13(6):606 (download).

Bandaru, V., N. C. Parker, Q. Hart, M.Jenner , B-L Yeo, J. Crawford, Y. Li , P. Tittmann, L. Rogers, S. Kaffka and B.M. Jenkins. 2015. Economic sustainability modeling provides decision support for assessing hybrid poplar based biofuel development in California. California Agriculture. 69: 171-176 (download).

A. Tiwary, I.D. Williams, O. Heidrich, A. Namdeo, V. Bandaru, C. Calfapietra. 2015. Development of multi-functional streetscape green infrastructure using a performance index approach, Environmental Pollution. doi:10.1016/j.envpol.2015.09.003 (download).

Hart. Q., P.W. Tittmann, V. Bandaru, B.M. Jenkins. 2015. Modeling Poplar Growth as a Short Rotation Woody Crop for Biofuels in the Pacific Northwest. Biomass and Bioenergy. 79: 12-27 (download).

Prilepova. O., Q. Hart, J. Merz, N. C. Parker, V. Bandaru, B.M. Jenkins. 2014. Design of a GIS-based Web Application for Simulating Biofuel Feedstock Yields. ISPRS International Journal of Geo-Information 3: 929-941 (download)

Thomson A.M., G.P Kyle, X. Zhang, V.Bandaru, T.O West, M.A Wise, R.C Izaurralde, and K.V Calvin. 2014. The contribution of future agricultural trends in the US Midwest to global climate change mitigation. Global Environmental Change 24, 143-154 (download).

Bandaru,V., R.C. Izaurralde, D. Manowitz, R. Link, X. Zhang, W.M. Post. 2013. Soil carbon and net energy associated with biofuel production on marginal lands; a regional modeling perspective. Journal of Environmental Quality 42:1802-1814 (download).

Bandaru,V., T.O. West, D. Ricciuto and R.C. Izaurralde. 2013. Estimating crop net primary production using inventory data and MODIS derived parameters. ISPRS Journal of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing (download).

Kang S., W.M. Post, D. Wang, J. Nichols, V. Bandaru, and T. West. 2013. Hierarchical Marginal Land Assessment for Land Use Planning. Land Use Policy 3: 106-113 (download).

Kang S., W.M. Post, J. Nichols, D. Wang, T. West, V. Bandaru, and R.C. Izaurralde. 2013. Marginal Lands: Concept, Assessment and Management. Journal of Agricultural Science 5: 129-139 (download).

Miles, N.L., S.J. Richardson, K.J. Davis, A.E. Andrews, T. Lauvaux, T.O. West, V. Bandaru, and E.R. Crosson. 2012. Large amplitude spatial and temporal gradients in atmospheric boundary layer CO2 mole fractions detected with a tower-based network in the U.S. Upper Midwest. Journal of Geophysical Research – Biogeosciences 117: G01019 (download).

West, T.O., V. Bandaru, C.C. Brandt, S.M. Ogle and A.E. Schuh. 2011. Regional uptake and release of crop carbon in the United States. Biogeosciences 8: 2037-2046 (download).

Nichols, J., S. Kang, W.M. Post, D. Wang, V. Bandaru, D. Manowitz, X. Zhang, and R.C. Izaurralde. 2011. HPC-EPIC for high resolution simulations of environmental and sustainability assessment. Computers and Electronics in Agriculture 79: 112-115 (download).

Scott M.S., B.A. Babcock, L.K. James, and V. Bandaru. 2011. Higher U.S. crop prices trigger little area expansion so marginal land for biofuel crops is limited. Energy Policy 39(9): 5254-5258 (download).

Zhang, X., R.C. Izaurralde, D. Manowitz, T.O. West, W.M. Post, A.M. Thomson, V. Bandaru, J. Nichols, J.R. Williams. 2010. An integrative modeling framework to evaluate the productivity and sustainability of biofuel crop production systems. Global Change Biology-Bioenergy 2 (5): 258-277 (download).

Bandaru,V., D.J. Hansen, E. Codling, C. Daughtry, S. White and C. Green. 2010. Quantifying arsenic-induced morphological changes in spinach leaves: implications for remote sensing. International Journal for Remote sensing 31(15): 4163-4177 (download).

West, T.O., C.C. Brandt, L.M. Baskaran, C.M. Hellwinckel, R. Mueller, C.J. Bernacchi, V. Bandaru, B. Yang, B.S. Wilson, G. Marland, R.G. Nelson, D.G. De La Torre Ugarte, and W.M. Post. 2010. Cropland carbon flux in the United States: Increasing geospatial resolution of inventory-based carbon accounting. Ecological Applications 20 (4): 1074-1086 (download).

Bandaru, V., B.A. Stewart, R.L. Baumhardt, S. Ambati, C.A. Robinson, and A. Schlegel. 2006. Growing dryland grain sorghum in clumps to reduce vegetative growth and increase yields. Agronomy Journal 98:1109-1120 (download).

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