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West, T.O., C.C. Brandt, B.S. Wilson, C.M. Hellwinckel, D.D. Tyler, G. Marland, D.G. De La Torre Ugarte, J.A. Larson, R. Nelson. 2008. Estimating regional changes in soil carbon with high spatial resolution. Soil Science Society of America Journal 72: 285-294.
West, T.O. and J. Six. 2007. Considering the influence of sequestration duration and carbon saturation on estimates of soil carbon capacity. Climatic Change 80:25-41, DOI 10.1007/s10584-006-9173-8.
West, T.O. and A.C. McBride. 2005. The contribution of agricultural lime to carbon dioxide emissions in the United States: dissolution, transport, and net emissions. Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 108:145-154.
West, T.O., G. Marland, A.W. King, W.M. Post, A.K. Jain, and K. Andrasko. 2004. Carbon management response curves: estimates of temporal soil carbon dynamics. Environmental Management 33:507-518.
West, T.O. and G. Marland. 2003. Net carbon flux from agriculture: Carbon emissions, carbon sequestration, crop yield, and land-use change. Biogeochemistry 6:73-83.
West, T.O. and N. Pena. 2003. Determining thresholds for mandatory reporting of greenhouse gas emissions. Environmental Science and Technology 37:1057-1060.
West, T.O. and G. Marland. 2002. Net carbon flux from agricultural ecosystems: Methodology for full carbon cycle analyses. Environmental Pollution 116:437-442.
West, T.O. and G. Marland. 2002. A synthesis of carbon sequestration, carbon emissions, and net carbon flux in agriculture: comparing tillage practices in the United States. Agriculture, Ecosystems, and Environment 91:217-232.
West, T.O. and W.M. Post. 2002. Soil organic carbon sequestration rates for crops with reduced tillage and enhanced rotation. Soil Science Society of America Journal 66:1930-1946.
West, T.O. and M.K. Wali. 2002. Modeling regional carbon dynamics and soil erosion in disturbed and rehabilitated ecosystems as affected by land use and climate. Water, Air and Soil Pollution 138: 141-164.
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