Peer-Reviewed Publications

 

Please contact us at info@savannainstitute.org for a copy of any of the publications below.

 

Wolz KJ and DeLucia EH. 2018. Black walnut alley cropping is economically competitive with row crops in the Midwest USA. Ecological Applications 1-12.

 

Galleguillos N, Keeley K & Ventura S. 2018. Assessment of woodland grazing in Southwest Wisconsin. Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 260: 1–10.

 

Ellis JL & Wolz KJ. 2018. Vegetation of Tomlinson Pioneer Cemetery Prairie Nature Preserve, Champaign County, Illinois. Transactions of the Illinois State Academy of Science 111: 11–16.

 

Kranz AJ, Wolz KJ & Miller JR. 2018. Effects of shrub crop interplanting on apple pest ecology in a temperate agroforestry system. Agroforestry Systems: 1-11.

 

Wolz KJ, Branham BE & DeLucia EH. 2018. Reduced nitrogen losses after conversion of row crop agriculture to alley cropping with mixed fruit and nut trees. Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 258: 172–181.

 

Wolz KJ, Lovell ST, Branham BE, et al. 2018. Frontiers in alley cropping: transformative solutions for temperate agriculture. Global Change Biology 24: 883–894.

 

Wolz KJ and DeLucia EH. 2018. Alley cropping: Global patterns of species composition and function. Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 252: 61–68.

 

Lovell ST, Dupraz C, Gold M, et al. 2017. Temperate agroforestry research: considering multifunctional woody polycultures and the design of long-term field trials. Agroforestry Systems: 1–19.

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