Publications etc.

Journal Articles:

Wander, M.M., S.J. Traina, R.B. Stinner, and S.E. Peters.  1994.  Organic and conventional management effects on biologically active soil organic matter pools.  Soil Science Society of America Journal. 58:1130-1139.

Wander, M.M., D.S. Hedrick, D. Kaufman, S.J. Traina, B.R. Stinner, S.R. Kehrmeyer, and D.C. White.  1995.  The functional significance of the microbial biomass in organic and conventionally managed soils.  Plant and Soil 170:87-97.

Shennan, C., S.R. Grattan, D.M. May, C.J. Hillhouse, D.P. Schactman, M. Wander, B. Roberts, S. Tafoya, R.G. Burau, C. McNeish, and L. Zelinski.  1995.  Feasibility of cyclic reuse of saline drainage in a tomato-cotton rotation.  Journal of Environmental Quality 24:476-486.

Wander, M.M., D.V. McCracken, L.M. Shuman, J.W. Johnson, and J.E. Box, Jr. 1995.  Anion-exchange membranes used to assess management impacts on soil nitrate.  Communications in Soil Science and Plant Analysis 26:2383-2390.

Wander, M.M., L.M. Shuman, and R.B. Pitts.  1995.  Monitoring nitrate in soils with coated wire ion specific electrodes.  Communications in Soil Science and Plant Analysis 26:2391-2401.

Shuman, L.M., M.M. Wander, and R.B. Pitts.  1996.  An inexpensive silver-silver chloride reference electrode.  Agronomy Journal 88:246-249.

Wander, M.M. and S.J. Traina.  1996.  Organic matter fractions from organically and conventionally managed soils:  I. Carbon and nitrogen distribution.  Soil Science Society of America Journal 60:1081-1087.

Wander, M.M. and S.J. Traina.  1996.  Organic matter fractions from organically and conventionally managed soils:  II.  Characterization of composition.  Soil Science Society of America Journal 60:1087-1094.

Wander, M.M., R.B. Dudley, S.J. Traina, D. Kaufman, B.R. Stinner, and G.K. Sims.  1996.  Acetate fate in organic and conventionally managed soils.  Soil Science Society of America Journal 60:1110-1116.

Walter, G., M.M. Wander, and G. Bollero.  1997.  A farmer-centered approach to developing information for soil resource management: The Illinois Soil Quality Initiative. American Journal of Alternative Agriculture 12:64-72.

Wander, M.M., M.G. Bidart, and S. Aref.  1998.  Tillage impacts on depth distribution of total and particulate organic matter in three Illinois soils.  Soil Science Society of America Journal 62:1704-1711.

Yang, X. and M.M. Wander.  1998.  Temporal changes in dry aggregate size and stability: tillage and crop effects on a silty loam Mollisol in Illinois.  Soil and Tillage Research 49:173-183.

Wander, M.M. and G.A. Bollero.  1999.  Soil quality assessment of tillage impacts in Illinois.  Soil Science Society of America Journal 63:961-971.

Hussain, I., K.R. Olson, M.M. Wander, and D.L. Karlen.  1999.  Adaptation of soil quality indices and application to three tillage systems in southern Illinois.  Soil and Tillage Research 50:237-249.

Needelman, B.A., M.M. Wander, G.A. Bollero, C.W. Boast, G.K. Sims, and D.G. Bullock.  1999.  Interaction of tillage and soil texture: biologically active soil organic matter in Illinois.  Soil Science Society of America Journal 63:1326-1334.

Yang, X.M. and M.M. Wander.  1999.  Tillage effects on soil organic carbon distribution and estimation of C storage.  Soil and Tillage Research 52:1-9.

Wander, M.M. and L.E. Drinkwater.  2000.  Fostering soil stewardship through soil quality assessment. Applied Soil Ecology. 15:61-73.

Wander, M.M. and X.M. Yang.  2000. Influence of tillage on the dynamics of loose-, occluded- particulate and humified organic matter fractions.  Soil Biology and Biochemistry 32:1151-1160.

Tor, J.M., Xu, C., Stucki, J.M., Wander, M.M., and G.K. Sims.  2000.  Triflralin degradation under microbially induced nitrate and Fe(III) reducing conditions.  Environmental Science and Technology.  34:3148-3152.

Wander, M.M. and G.M Bidart.  2000.  Tillage practice influences on the physical protection, bioavailability and composition of particulate organic matter.  Biology and Fertility of Soils. 32:360-367.

Needelman, B.A., Wander, M.M., and G.S. Shi.  2001. Extraction efficiency in the chloroform fumigation-extraction method.  Soil Science Society of America.  65:1731-1733.

Wander, M.M., Walter, G., Nissen, T.M., Bollero, G.A., Andrews, S.S., and D. Cavanaugh-Grant. 2002. Soil quality: Science and process.  2001. Agronomy Journal. 96:23-33.

Bird, S.B., Herrick, J.E., Wander M.M, and S.F. Wright.  2002.  Spatial heterogeneity of aggregate stability and soil carbon in semi-arid range lands.  Environmental Pollution.  111:445-455.

Sims, G.K. and M.M. Wander. 2002.  Proteolytic activity under nitrogen and sulfur limitation. Applied Soil Ecology. 568:1-5.

Nissen, T.M. and M.M. Wander.  2003. Management and soil-quality effects on fertilizer-use efficiency and leaching.  Soil Science Society of America Journal.  67:1524-1532.

Wander, M.M. and T.M. Nissen.  2004.  Value of soil organic carbon in agricultural lands.  Mitigation and Adaptation for Global Climate Change. 9:417-431.

Yoo, G. and M.M. Wander. 2006. Influence of conventional and no tillage practices on soil structural controls over C mineralization.  Soil Science Society of America Journal. 70:651-659.

Yoo, G., Nissen, T.M., and M.M. Wander. 2006. Use of physical properties to predict the effects of tillage practices on organic matter dynamics in three Illinois soils.  Journal of Environmental Quality. 35:576-583.

Yoo, G., Spomer L.A. and M.M. Wander. 2006. Regulation of carbon mineralization rates by soil structure and moisture.  2006. Geoderma. 135: 16-25.

Marriott, M.E. and M.M. Wander.  2006. Total and labile soil organic matter in organic farming systems.  Soil Science Society of America Journal.  70:950-959.

Marriott, M.E. and M.M. Wander. 2006. Using qualitative and quantitative differences in particulate organic matter to assess fertility in organic and conventional farming systems Soil Biology and Biochemistry. 38:1527-1536.

Wander, M.M., Yun W., Goldstein W.A., Aref, S., and S.A. Khan. 2007. Organic N and particulate organic matter fractions in organic and conventional farming systems with a history of manure application.  Plant and Soil. 291:311-321

Yoo, G. and M.M. Wander. 2008.  Aggregate turnover and sequestration of particulate and humified organic carbon in tilled and non-tilled systems.  Soil Science Society of America Journal. 72:670-676.

Peralta, A.L. and M.M. Wander. 2008. Soil organic matter dynamics under soybean exposed to elevated [CO2]. Plant and Soil. 303:69-81.

Jeong, S., Werth C.J., Wander, M.M., Kleineidam, S., Grathwohl, P. and B. Ligouis.  2008. The role of condensed carbonaceous materials on the sorption of hydrophobic organic contaminants in subsurface sediments.  Environmental Science and Technology. 48:1458-1462.

Nissen, T., Rodriguez, V., and M. Wander. 2008 Sampling soybean roots: A comparison of excavation and coring methods.  Communications in Soil and Plant Analysis. 39:1875-1883.

Yang, X-M, Drury, C.F., Wander, M.M., and B.D. Kay. 2008. Evaluating the effect of tillage on carbon sequestration using the minimum detectable difference concept.  Pedosphere. 18:421–430.

Robertson, G.P., Dale V.H., Doering O.C., Hamburg S.P., Melillo J.M., Wander M.M., Parton W., Adler P.R., Barney J.N., Cruse R.M., Duke C.S., Fearnside P.M., Follett R.F., Goldemberg J., Mladenoff D.J., Ojima D., Palmer M.W., Sharpley A., Wallace L., Weathers K.C., Wiens J.A., and W.W. Wilhelm.  2008.  Agriculture- sustainable biofuels redux. Science. 322:5898:49-50.

Coulter, J.A., Nafziger E.D. and M.M. Wander. 2009. Soil organic matter response to crop rotation and nitrogen fertilization.  Agronomy Journal. 101:592-599.

Khanna, M. Önal H., Dhungana B., and M. Wander. 2010.  Economics of bioenergy crops for electricity generation: Implications for land use and greenhouse gases. Biomass and Bioenergy. doi:10.1016/j.biombioe.2010.11.031.

Witzling, L., M.Wander, and E. Phillips. 2011. Testing and educating on urban soil lead: A case of Chicago community gardens. The Journal of Agriculture, Food Systems, and Community Development . doi:10.5304/jafscd.2010.012.015.

Yoo, G., Yang X. and M. Wander. 2011. Influence of soil aggregation on soil organic carbon sequestration: A preliminary model of SOC protection by aggregate dynamics.  Ecological Engineering. 37: 487-495.

Ugarte-Diaz, C.M.and M.M. Wander.  2011. The influence of organic transition strategy on chemical and biological soil tests.  Renewable Agriculture and Food Systems. DOI:10.1017/S1742170511000573.

Culman S.W., Snapp S.S. Schipanski,M.E., M.A. Freeman, Beniston, J., Drinkwater, L.E. Franzluebbers, A.J.,  Glover J.D., Grandy, S., Lal, R., Maul, J.E.,. Mirksy, S.B., Six, J., Spargo, J.T.,  and M.M. Wander, M.M. 2012. Permanganate oxidizable carbon reflects a processed soil fraction that is sensitive to management.  Soil Science Society of America Journal 2012 76: 2: 494-504 doi:10.2136/sssaj2011.0286.

Kwon, H-Y., Wander, M.M., Mueller, S. and J.B. Dunn. 2013. Modeling state-level soil carbon emissions factors under various scenarios for direct land use change associated with United States biofuel feedstock production. Biomass and Bioenergy.

Ugarte, C.M., Zaborski, E.R. and M.M. Wander. 2013.  Nematodes as integrative measures of soil condition in organic cropping systems.  Soil Biology and Biochemistry.  64:103-113.

Francis, C., Miller, M., Anderson, M., Creamer, N., Wander, M., Park, J., Green, T. and B. McCown. 2013. Food webs and food sovereignty: Research agenda for sustainability. Journal of Agriculture, Food Systems, and Community Development. Advance online publication.

Yang, X., Drury, C.F. and M.M. Wander. 2013. A wide view of no-tillage practices and soil organic carbon sequestration  ACTA AGRICULTURAE SCANDINAVICA. 63: 523-530.

Marzano, SY, Wander, M.M., Villamil, M., Ugarte, C.M., Zaborski, E.R., and D. Eastburn. 2014. Transitional cropping systems and organic amendment effects on crop disease. Agronomy Journal. Vol. 106 No. 2, p. 519-527.

Ugarte, M.C., Kwon, H-Y., Andrews, S.A. and M.M. Wander.  2014. A Meta-analysis of soil organic matter response to soil management practices in the continental United States.  Journal of Soil and Water Conservation. 69:422-430.

Chen, X., Wang X., Liebman, M., Cavigelli M. and M. Wander.  2014. Influence of soil quality on carbon mineralization response to residue and nitrogen fertilizer additions.  PLoS ONE 9(7): e103720. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0103720.

Qin, Z., Dunn, J., Kwon, H-Y, Mueller, S. and M. Wander. 2014.  Soil carbon sequestration and land use change associated with biofuel production: Empirical evidence.  Global Change Biology. 2014, doi:10.1111/gcbb.12237

Marzano, S.Y., Wander, M.M., Villamil, M., Ugarte, C.M.  and D. Eastburn.  2015. Organic transition effects on soilborne diseases of soybean and populations of Pseudomonadaceae. Agronomy J. 107:1087-1097.  

Qin, Z., Dunn, J.B., Kwon, H-Y, Mueller, S. and M.M. Wander. 2016. Influence of spatially-dependent, modeled soil carbon emission factors on life-cycle greenhouse gas emissions of corn and cellulosic ethanol. Global Change Biol. DOI: 10.1111/gcbb.1233

Lazicki, P.A., Liebman, M., M.M Wander. 2016.   Root parameters show how management alters resource distribution and soil quality in conventional and low-input cropping systems in central Iowa.  PlosOne. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0164209

Soman, C., Li, D., Wander, M.M. and A.D. Kent. 2016. Long-term fertilizer and crop-rotation treatments differentially affect soil bacterial community structure. Plant and Soil. doi:10.1007/s11104-016-3083-y

Kwon, H-Y., Ugarte, C.M., Ogle, S.M., Williams, S.A., and M.M. Wander.  2017. Use of inverse modeling to evaluate CENTURY-predictions for soil carbon sequestration in US row crop systems. PlosOne. 12(3): e0173729.

Wolz, K., DeLucia, E., Branham, B. Eddy, W., Revord, R., Wander, M., Yang, W., and S. Lovell, S. 2017. Production agroforestry: a transformative solution for temperate agriculture. Global Change Biology. DOI: 10.1111/gcb.13986

Dorak, S.J., Green, M.L., Wander, M.M., Ruiz, M.O., Buhnerkempe, M.G.,  Tian, T.,  Novakofski J.E., and  N. E. Mateus-Pinilla. 2017. Clay content and pH: soil characteristic associations with the persistent presence of chronic wasting disease in northern Illinois. Scientific Reports 7, Article number: 18062. doi:10.1038/s41598-017-18321-x

Qin, Z., Canter, C. E., Dunn, J. B., Mueller, S., Kwon, H., Han, J., Wander, M.M. and M. Wang, M. 2018. Land management change greatly impacts biofuels’ greenhouse gas emissions. GCB Bioenergy. doi:10.1111/gcbb.12500.

Bakker, E. Hubert, F., Wander, M.M., and B. Lanson.  2018. Soil Development under Continuous Agriculture at the Morrow Plots Experimental Fields from X-ray Diffraction Profile Modelling. Soil Syst. 2018, 2(3), 46;

Xia, Y., Ugarte C.U., Guan, K. Pentrak, M. and M.M. Wander. 2018. Developing near- and mid-infrared spectroscopy analysis methods for rapid assessment of soil quality in Illinois.  Soil Science Society of America. doi:10.2136/sssaj2018.05.0175.

Ugarte, C.M., Kwon, H-Y., and M.M. Wander. 2018. Conservation management and ecosystem services in Midwest agricultural systems.  J. Soil Water Cons.73: 4 422-433. doi: 10.2489/jswc.73.4.422

Wander, M.M. et al. 2019. Developments in soil quality and health: Reflections by the Research Committee on Soil Organic Matter Management. Frontiers in Environmental Sciences. Front. Environ. Sci., 16 July 2019 |

Wander, M.M., Marriott, E., Ruhl, L., and H Darby. xx. Three ways to estimate cover crop biomass and nitrogen inputs, Journal of Agriculture and Environmental Letters. In revision.

Da Costa, C H M, Wander, M.M.,  Crusciol, CAC, Ugarte, C, Rigon 2020. Long‐Term Effects of Lime and Phosphogypsum on Soil Carbon and Nitrogen and Physical Attributes under Tropical No‐Till. Soil Science Society of America Journa.,

Xia, Y., Guan, K., Coppenhaver, K., and M. Wander*.  2020. A multi‐site estimation of cover crop biomass and N credits using sentinel‐2 satellite imagery and site‐based covariates. Agron. J.

Amelung, W.,Bossio, D.,de Vries, W.,Kögel-Knabner, I.,Lehmann, J.,Amundson, R., Bol, R., Collins, C.,Lal, R., Leifeld, J.,Minasny, B., Pan, G., Paustian, K.,Rumpel, C.,Sanderman, J., van Groenigen, J. W., Mooney, S.,van Wesemael, B.,Wander, M., Chabbi, A. 2020. Towards a global-scale soil climate mitigation strategy. Nature Communications.11: # 5427

Xia, Y. and M.M. Wander*, 2021. Evaluation of Indirect and Direct Scoring Methods to Relate Biochemical Soil Quality to Ecosystem Services. Soil Science Society of America. doi:10.1002/saj2.20370.

Xia, Y., M.M. Wander*, 2021. Responses of β-glucosidase, Permanganate Oxidizable Carbon, and Fluorescein Diacetate Hydrolysis to Conservation Practices. Soil Science Society of America. 85:5: 1642-1662.

Xia, X. Kwon, HY, and M.M. Wander*. 2021. Developing   County-level Data of Nitrogen Fertilizer and Manure Inputs for Corn Production in the United States. Journal of Cleaner Production. 309:

Endres, A.B., Bohn, M.O., Andrade, J.E., Goldstein, W.A., Marriott, E.E., Formiga, A.K., C.M. Ugarte, and Wander, M.M.*,. 2022. Influence of the Seed Loophole and Bottleneck on Quantity and Quality of Organic Maize Seed in the U.S. Frontiers in Agronomy, section Agroecological Cropping Systems. IEWS article. Front. Agron., 02 March 2022 |

Wang, M., Wander, M*., Mueller, S., Martin, N., & Dunn, J. B. 2022. Evaluation of survey and remote sensing data products used to estimate land use change in the United States: Evolving issues and emerging opportunities. Environmental Science Policy, 129, 68-78.

Xia, Y. and M.M. Wander. 2022. Management Zone-based Estimation of Positive and Negative Nitrous Oxide Flux in Organic Corn Fields. Soil Science Society of America. In press.

Berthelin, J., Laba, M., Lemaire, G., Powlson, D., Tessier, D., Wander, M., & Baveye, P. C. (2022). Soil Carbon Sequestration for Climate Change Mitigation: Mineralization Kinetics of Organic Inputs as an Overlooked Limitation. European Journal of Soil Science73(1), e13221.

Wang Zhou, Kaiyu Guan, Bin Peng, Andrew Margenot, DoKyoung Lee, Jinyun Tang, Zhenong Jin, Robert Grant, Evan DeLucia, Ziqi Qin, Michelle M Wander, Sheng Wang, 2023. How does uncertainty of soil organic carbon stock affect the calculation of carbon budgets and soil carbon credits for croplands in the U.S. Midwest?,Geoderma,429:

Book Chapters:

Wander, M.M, D.S. Hedrick, D. Kaufman, S.J. Traina, B.R. Stinner, S.R. Kehermeyer and D.C. White.  1995.  The functional significance of the microbial biomass in organic and conventionally managed soils.  pp. 87-97 In:  Collins, H.P, G.P. Robertson, and M. Klug (eds.)  The Significance and Regulation of Soil Biodiversity.  Kluwer Academic Publishers.  Dordrecht.  (Based on review, this paper was selected for publication as a journal article in a special issue of Plant and Soil.)

Peters, S.E., M.M. Wander, L.S. Saporito, G.H. Harris and D. Friedman. 1996. Management impacts on SOM and related soil properties in a long term farming systems trial in Pennsylvania: 1981-1991.  pp. 183-196 In:  Paul, E.A., K Paustian., E.T. Elliott, and C.V. Cole. (eds.)  Soil Organic Matter in Temperate Agroecosystems.  CRC Press, Inc.  Boca Raton, FL.

Herrick, J.E. and M.M. Wander.  1997.  Relationships between soil organic carbon and soil quality in cropped and rangeland soils: the importance of distribution, composition and soil biological activity.  pp. 405-425 In:  Lal, R., J.M. Kimble, R.F. Follett, and B.A. Stewart. (eds.)  Advances in Soil Science. Soil Processes and the Carbon Cycle.  CRC Press, Inc. Boca Raton, FL. 

Aref, S. and M.M. Wander.  1997.  Long-term trends of corn yield and soil organic matter in different crop sequences and soil fertility treatments.  pp. 153-197.  In:  Advances in Agronomy, 62. Academic Press, San Diego, CA.

Bird S.B., J.E. Herrick, and M.M. Wander.  1999.  Management for carbon sequestration in rangelands: soil organic matter, soil aggregation, and exploiting heterogeneity. Carbon Sequestration Potential of US Grazing Lands. Ed.Follett, R.F. Ann Arbor Press.  Chelsea, MI.   .

Bird, S.B., J.E. Herrick, and M.M. Wander.  2001.  Exploring heterogeneity of soil organic matter in rangelands: benefits for carbon sequestration pp. 121-138. (chapter 5)  In: Follett, R.F. (ed.) Potential of U.S. Grazing Lands Sequester Carbon and Mitigate the Greenhouse Effect.  Lewis Publishers, Boca Raton. 

Nissen T.M. and M.M. Wander.  2002. Soil and water quality.  Encyclopedia of Soil Science. Marcel Deckker. pp. 1082-1087.

Wander, M.M. 2004.  Soil Organic Matter Fractions and their Relevance to Soil Function. Pp. 121-138. Soil Organic Matter in Sustainable Agriculture. Eds. Magdoff F. and Ray R . Weil  CRC Press.

Wander, M.M. 2009.  Agroecosystem Integrity and the Internal Cycling of Nutrients.   Pp. 137-166. In: Agricultural Ecosystems; Unifying Concepts II.  Bohlen, P. and G. House. (eds). CRC Press, NY.

Khanna, M. Önal H., Dhungana B. and M. Wander. 2009.  Carbon sequestration as an ecosystem service. In:  New Perspectives on Agri-environmental Policies.  Follett, R.F. Goetz, S.J. and F. Brouwer. (eds).  NY.  Pp. 241-260.

Wander M.M. 2011. Sustainable agriculture in the Great Lakes region; In: Ecosystem Health and Sustainable Agriculture II. Christine Jakobsson (ed). Baltic Univ. Press pp. 263-271.

Feher, S. and M.M. Wander.  2011. Assessment of sustainable land use.  In: Ecosystem Health and Sustainable Agriculture III. Christine Jakobsson and Jeff Levengood. (eds.)  Baltic Univ.Press.

Khanna, M. Önal H., Dhungana B., and M. Wander. 2010.  Economics of bioenergy crops for electricity generation: Implications for land use and greenhouse gases. Biomass and Bioenergy. doi:10.1016/j.biombioe.2010.11.031.

Wander*, M. 2021. CH 1. Soil health: definitions, history, key concepts and hurdles. In: Horwath, W. Ed. Improving Soil Health. Burleigh Dodds.

Snapp, S. Ugarte, C., Hunter, D. and M. Wander. 2021. CH11 – Assessing the effects of cover crops on soil health. In: Horwath, W. Ed. Improving Soil Health. Burleigh Dodds.

Monographs and Technical Reports:

Darmody, R.G., T. Peck, M. Wander and S. Aref.  1996.  Morrow Plots.  pp 196.  In: Smith, P, J U. Smith, and D.S. Powlson (eds.). Global Change and Terrestrial Ecosystems Report No 7, Soil Organic Matter Network (SOMNET): 1996 Model and Experimental Metadata, IGPB.  Wallingford, UK.

Wander, M.M. 1998. Soil Health and Tillage. pp. 142-147.  Illinois Crop Protection Technology Conference.  University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, IL.

Kling, G. Johnson, L. Magnuson, J., Polasky, S. Robinson, S., Shuter, B., Wander, M., Wuebbles, D. and D. Zak. 2003.  Confronting Climate Change in the Great Lake Region: Sustaining the Heritage of the North American Heartland.  Ecological Society of American and the Union of Concerned Scientists. 

Moser, S., Hayhoe, K. and M.M. Wander. 2003.  Climate Change in the Hawkeye State: Potential Impacts on Iowa Cambridge 2003.  Massachusetts, and Ecological Society of America, Washington D.C.

Wander, M. and S. Clemmer.  2004.  Impacts on agriculture: our region’s vital economic sector. Massachusetts, and Ecological Society of America, Washington D.C.

Mueller, S., Wander, M. and K. Copenhaver 2008. Global Warming and Land Use Impact of Corn Ethanol Produced at the Illinois River Energy Center; Report for the Illinois Corn Growers Association.

Wander, M.M. 2013. Updating GREET’s International Carbon Emission Factors.

Wander, M.M., Andrews, S.A., Ugarte, C., and H. Kwon.  2013. NRCS Conservation Measurement Tool Validation Project Report for NRCS: Agreement number: 68-7482-9-547.

Dunn, J.B., Mueller, S., Kwon, H., Wander, M. and M. Wang. 2013. Carbon Calculator for Land Use Change from Biofuels Production (CCLUB) Manual Revision.

Wander, M.M., Ugarte, C.M., Lazicki, P., Mendonca, E., and H-Y. Kwon. 2013. BioSight: Strategic policy analysis for sustainable agricultural intensification at the intersection of food, water, land, energy, and the environment: Indicators of Sustainable Intensification. IFPRI.

Qin, Zhangcai; Canter, Christina E.; Dunn, Jennifer B.; Mueller, Steffen; Kwon, Ho Young; Han, Jeongwoo; Wander, Michelle M.; Wang, Michael. 2015.  Incorporating agricultural management practices into the assessment of soil carbon change and life-cycle greenhouse gas emissions of corn stover ethanol production.

Dunn, J.B., Qin, Z., Mueller, S. Kwon, H-K., Wander, M.M. and M. Wang. 2017. Carbon Calculator for Land Use Change from Biofuels Production (CCLUB): Users’ Manual and Technical Documentation.  Argonne National Lab. ANL/ESD/12-5.

Xia, X., Kwon, H-Y., and M. Wander. 2017. Adding US Domestic N2O Emission Factors to the Greenhouse gases, Regulated Emissions, and Energy Use in Transportation (GREET) Model.  Final Report for ARGONNE National Lab.

American Public Land Grant Universities (APLU). 2017.  The Challenge of Change Harnessing University Engagement, Learning, and Discovery to Achieve Food and Nutrition Security.  Plant and Animal Performance  Working group member to report summarizing engagement of public universities in efforts to Feed the World. APLU.

Xia, X., and M. Wander. 2018. Review of Novel Soil Indicators and Environmental Impacts of Soil Health Promoting Management Practices. Soil Health Institute.

Data Sets:

Xia, Yushu; Wander, Michelle (2018): Response of Tier 2 Soil Quality Indictors β-glucosidase, Fluorescein Diacetate Hydrolysis and Permanganate Oxidizable Carbon. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

Xia, Yushu; Wander, Michelle (2018): Correlation Between Tier 2 Soil Quality Indictors β-glucosidase, Fluorescein Diacetate Hydrolysis and Permanganate Oxidizable Carbon and Plant Productivity and Greenhouse Gas Emissions. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

Ugarte, Carmen M.; Wander, Michelle M. (2018): Soil organic carbon (SOC) response to soil management practices in the continental United States. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

Book Reviews:

Wander, M.M.  1996.  Carbon Forms and Functions in Forest Soils.  Edited by W.W. McFee and J.M. Kelly.  Geoderma 71:304-305.

Wander, M.M.  1997.  Humic Substances in the Global Environment and Implications on Human Health.  Edited by N. Senesi and T.M. Miano.  Applied Soil Ecology 6:201-202.

Wander, M.M.  2017. Review:  Resource Guide Sets the Table for Change. Farm to Table: The Essential Guide to Sustainable Food Systems for Students, Professionals, and Consumers by Darryl Benjamin, Sustainable Food System Educator and Activist, and Chef Lyndon Virkler, Dean of the New England Culinary Institute, JAFCD.

Peer Reviewed eXtension Ppublications:

Wander, M.  2009.  Soil Fertility in Organic Farming Systems: Much More than Plant Nutrition;

Wander, M., Andrews, N., and J.  McQueen. 2009. Organic Soil Fertility.

Wander, M., and S. Andrews.  2009. Organic Certification and Soil Conservation Compliance.

Wander, M.  2009.  Organic Potting Mix Basics;

Marriott, E. and M. Wander.  2017. Grazing Acres Farm: Organic Dairy Case Study;

Marriott, E. and M. Wander.  2017. Borgerding Dairy Farm: Organic Dairy Case Study.

Marriott, E. and M. Wander.  2017. Vegetable Production under High Tunnels on Crystal Organic Farm.

Luby, C., Endres, B., Wander M., and C. Ugarte.  2019. A Primer on Plant Breeding and Intellectual Property Rights in Organic Seed Systems.  eOrganic 27215.

Selected Course Videos: several related videos kept on campus servers are no longer available

Dr. Dan Olk, Humic Substances for Crop Growth,

Carl Rosato, Nutrient Balance and Carbon Farming at Woodleaf farm,

Dr. Susan Andrews, Soil Quality,

Dr. Johan Six, The Link Between Organic Matter, Biota and Aggregates,

Dr. James Rice, Humin,

Dr. Steve Ogle, Soil Carbon as an Indicator, Modeling at a National Scale,

Dr. Henry Janzen, Carbon Cycling in Earth Systems,

Dr. Markus Kleber, Organo-Mineral Interactions in Soils,

Dr. Mac Post Global Carbon Cycle,