Chambers, Adam, Rattan Lal and Keith Paustian. 2016. Soil carbon sequestration potential of US croplands and grasslands: Implementing the 4 per Thousand Initiative. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation 71(3):68A-74A.
Nolting, J.M., A.C. Fries, R.J. Gates, A.S. Bowman and R.D. Slemons. 2016. Influenza A viruses from overwintering and spring-migrating waterfowl in the Lake Erie Basin, United States. Avian Diseases 60(1):241-244.
Beniston, J.W., M.J. Shipitalo, R. Lal, E.A. Dayton, D.W. Hopkins, F. Jones, A. Joynes and J.A.J. Dungait. 2015. Carbon and macronutrient losses during accelerated erosion under different tillage and residue management. European Journal of Soil Science 66(1):218-225.
Hassan, A., S.S. Ijaz, R. Lal, S. Ali, Q. Hussain, M. Ansar, R.H. Khattak and M.S. Baloch. 2016. Depth distribution of soil organic carbon fractions in relation to tillage and cropping sequences in some dry lands of Punjab, Pakistan. Land Degradation and Development 27(4):1175-1185.
Mukherjee, A. and R. Lal. 2015. Tillage effects on quality of organic and mineral soils under on-farm conditions in Ohio. Environmental Earth Sciences 74(2):1815-1822.
Goss, C.W., P.C. Goebel, and S.M.P. Sullivan. 2014. Shifts along agricultural-forest transitions of two streams in central Ohio, USA. Agriculture, Ecosystems, and Environment 197: 106-117.
Lal, Rattan. 2016. Beyond COP21: Potential and challenges of the "4 per Thousand" initiative. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation 71(1):20A-25A.
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Manfredo, Michael J., Tara L. Teel and Alia M. Dietsch. 2016. Implications of human value shift and persistence for biodiversity conservation. Conservation Biology 30(2):287-296.
Connette, Grant M., Michael S. Osbourn and William E. Peterman. 2016. The distribution of a stream-breeding salamander, Desmognathus ocoee, in terrestrial habitat suggests the ecological importance of low-order streams. Copeia 104(1):149-156.