Recent Submissions

  • A regression model of stream water quality based on interactions between landscape composition and riparian buffer width in small catchments

    Pissarra, Teresa Cristina Tarlé Autor UNESP; Valera, Carlos Alberto Autor UNESP; Costa, Renata Cristina Araújo Autor UNESP; Siqueira, Hygor Evangelista Autor UNESP; Filho, Marcílio Vieira Martins Autor UNESP; do Valle Júnior, Renato Farias Autor UNESP; Fernandes, Luís Filipe Sanches Autor UNESP; Pacheco, Fernando António Leal Autor UNESP (Water (Switzerland), 2019) [Artigo]
    Riparian vegetation represents a protective barrier between human activities installed in catchments and capable of generating and exporting large amounts of contaminants, and stream water that is expected to keep quality ...
  • Evaluation of carbon content and humification index of soils under the application of by-products from sugarcane processing

    Xavier, Alfredo Augusto Pereira; Nicolodelli, Gustavo; Tadini, Amanda Maria; Corá, José Eduardo Autor UNESP; Villas-Boas, Paulino Ribeiro; Milori, Débora Marcondes Bastos Pereira (Microchemical Journal, 2019) [Artigo]
    The sugarcane processing generates by-product such as, sugarcane bagasse ash and filter cake and their proper disposal is of great environmental responsibility. Nowadays these by-products are being used for soil biofertilization ...
  • Crop rotation and succession in a no-tillage system: Implications for CO2 emission and soil attributes

    Xavier, Clariana Valadares Autor UNESP; Moitinho, Mara Regina; De Bortoli Teixeira, Daniel; André de Araújo Santos, Gustavo Autor UNESP; de Andrade Barbosa, Marcelo Autor UNESP; Bastos Pereira Milori, Débora Marcondes; Rigobelo, Everlon Autor UNESP; Corá, José Eduardo Autor UNESP; La Scala Júnior, Newton Autor UNESP (Journal of Environmental Management, 2019) [Artigo]
    This study aimed to quantify and characterize the relationship between soil CO2 emission (FCO2) and soil physical, chemical, and microbiological attributes at the end of the agricultural season in an area under a no-tillage ...
  • Estimation of soil organic matter content by modeling with artificial neural networks

    Fernandes, Mariele Monique Honorato Autor UNESP; Coelho, Anderson Prates Autor UNESP; Fernandes, Carolina Autor UNESP; Silva, Matheus Flavio da Autor UNESP; Dela Marta, Claudia Campos Autor UNESP (Geoderma, 2019) [Artigo]
    Soil organic matter has direct relationship with soil fertility and quality. However, its estimation in laboratory generates chemical residues which can contaminate the environment, and more ecological methods to determine ...
  • The buffer capacity of riparian vegetation to control water quality in anthropogenic catchments from a legally protected area: A critical view over the Brazilian new forest code

    Valera, Carlos Alberto Autor UNESP; Pissarra, Teresa Cristina Tarlé Autor UNESP; Filho, Marcílio Vieira Martins Autor UNESP; do Valle Júnior, Renato Farias Autor UNESP; Oliveira, Caroline Fávaro Autor UNESP; Moura, João Paulo; Fernandes, Luís Filipe Sanches Autor UNESP; Pacheco, Fernando António Leal Autor UNESP (Water (Switzerland), 2019) [Artigo]
    The riparian buffer width on watersheds has been modified over the last decades. The human settlements heavily used and have significantly altered those areas, for farming, urbanization, recreation and other functions. In ...
  • Multivariate analysis and modeling of soil quality indicators in long-term management systems

    de Andrade Barbosa, Marcelo Autor UNESP; de Sousa Ferraz, Rener Luciano; Coutinho, Edson Luiz Mendes Autor UNESP; Coutinho Neto, André Mendes Autor UNESP; da Silva, Marcio Silveira Autor UNESP; Fernandes, Carolina Autor UNESP; Rigobelo, Everlon Cid Autor UNESP (Science of the Total Environment, 2019) [Artigo]
    Soil management systems, as well as the long-term application of nitrogen fertilization, might promote changes in soil quality (SQ). The knowledge of how agronomic practices influence SQ is the main factor in the development ...
  • Short-term impacts of high levels of nitrogen fertilization on soil carbon dynamics in a tropical pasture

    Borges, Bernardo Melo Montes Nogueira Autor UNESP; Bordonal, Ricardo de Oliveira; Silveira, Maria Lucia; Coutinho, Edson Luiz Mendes Autor UNESP (Catena, 2019) [Nota]
    Bermudagrass (Cynodon spp.) is widely recognized by its ability to respond positively to nitrogen (N) fertilization. Nitrogen often promotes shoot and root growth and, consequently, increase carbon (C) inputs into the soil ...
  • Nitrogen fertilizer management for maize production under tropical climate

    Lucas, Fábio Teixeira Autor UNESP; Borges, Bernardo Melo Montes Nogueira Autor UNESP; Coutinho, Edson Luiz Mendes Autor UNESP (Agronomy Journal, 2019) [Artigo]
    High maize (Zea mays, L.) yields require an adequate supply of N fertilizer. As an alternative, fertilizers with nitrification and urease inhibitors have emerged onto the market to increase N supply to crops. The objective ...
  • The Brazilian Soil Spectral Library (BSSL): A general view, application and challenges

    Demattê, José A.M.; Dotto, André Carnieletto; Paiva, Ariane F.S.; Sato, Marcus V.; Dalmolin, Ricardo S.D.; de Araújo, Maria do Socorro B.; da Silva, Elisângela B.; Nanni, Marcos R.; ten Caten, Alexandre; Noronha, Norberto C. et al. (Geoderma, 2019) [Artigo]
    The present study was developed in a joint partnership with the Brazilian pedometrics community to standardize and evaluate spectra within the 350–2500 nm range of Brazilian soils. The Brazilian Soil Spectral Library (BSSL) ...
  • Protocol for the use of legacy data and magnetic signature on soil mapping of São Paulo Central West, Brazil

    Silvero, Nélida Elizabet Quiñonez Autor UNESP; Siqueira, Diego Silva Autor UNESP; Coelho, Ricardo Marques; Da Costa Ferreira, Domingos Autor UNESP; Marques, José Autor UNESP (Science of the Total Environment, 2019) [Artigo]
    The demand for information on the soil resource to support the establishment of public policies for land use and management has grown exponentially in the last years. However, there are still difficulties to the proper use ...
  • Effects of long-term no-tillage systems with different succession cropping strategies on the variation of soil CO2 emission

    de Araújo Santos, Gustavo André Autor UNESP; Moitinho, Mara Regina; de Oliveira Silva, Bruna Autor UNESP; Xavier, Clariana Valadares Autor UNESP; Teixeira, Daniel De Bortoli; Corá, José Eduardo Autor UNESP; Júnior, Newton La Scala Autor UNESP (Science of the Total Environment, 2019) [Artigo]
    The optimization of conservationist production systems, whose goal is to increase carbon stocks and reduce greenhouse gas emissions, is considered one of the greatest challenges faced by agriculture nowadays. Therefore, ...
  • Mineral nitrogen fertilization effects on lettuce crop yield and nitrogen leaching

    Sylvestre, Thiago de Barros; Braos, Lucas Boscov Autor UNESP; Batistella Filho, Felipe; Cruz, Mara Cristina Pessôa da Autor UNESP; Ferreira, Manoel Evaristo Autor UNESP (Scientia Horticulturae, 2019) [Artigo]
    The low efficiency of N fertilization in soils used to grow vegetables and the consequent need to add high levels of the nutrient are the major cause of nitrate contamination of groundwater and freshwater, which calls for ...
  • Investigation of heavy metal accumulation in soil, water and plants in areas with intensive horticulture

    Silva, Laércio Santos Autor UNESP; Galindo, Izabel Cristina de Luna; Gomes, Romário Pimenta Autor UNESP; Filla, Vinícius Augusto Autor UNESP; Campos, Milton César Costa; de Freitas, Ludmila; de Oliveira, Ivanildo Amorim; Marques, Karina Patrícia Prazeres; de Souza, Edicarlos Damacena; Cazzeta, Jairo Osvaldo Autor UNESP (Australian Journal of Crop Science, 2019) [Artigo]
    The content and availability of heavy metals in intensively cultivated soils are important issues because these metals are potential environmental contaminants and toxic to living beings. Thus, the aim of this study was ...
  • Effects of boron omission and foliar fertilization on nutrition efficiency and production of Cowpea

    Silva, Sylvia Letícia Oliveira Autor UNESP; Prado, Renato de Mello Autor UNESP; da Silva, Gilmara Pereira Autor UNESP; da Silva Jéunior, Gabriel Barbosa Autor UNESP; Rossi, Monica Lanzoni; Gonzéalez, Leéonides Castellanos Autor UNESP (HortScience, 2018) [Artigo]
    This study aimed to evaluate the effects of boron (B) omission on cowpea nutrition and to compare the impact of foliar B fertilization with and without sorbitol on cowpea growth, nutritional status, and B uptake. Two trials ...
  • Soil CO2 emission and short-term soil pore class distribution after tillage operations

    Silva, Bruna de Oliveira Autor UNESP; Moitinho, Mara Regina; Santos, Gustavo André de Araújo Autor UNESP; Teixeira, Daniel De Bortoli; Fernandes, Carolina Autor UNESP; La Scala, Newton Autor UNESP (Soil and Tillage Research, 2019) [Artigo]
    Alongside the agricultural development in Brazil, concerns have arisen about its environmental impacts, such as the emissions of CO2 resulting from soil cultivation and management practices in agricultural production ...
  • Analysis of profitability of conservation tillage for a soybean monoculture associated with corn as an off-season crop

    Faleiros, Gabriel Diniz Autor UNESP; Lopes Santos, David Ferreira Autor UNESP; Cora, Jose Eduardo Autor UNESP (Cogent Food & Agriculture, 2018) [Artigo]
    The increasing demand for food and the need to reduce the environmental impacts of agricultural production in the face of population growth make conservation practices a valuable alternative to increase the sustainability ...
  • Prediction and mapping of erodibility factors (USLE and WEPP) by magnetic susceptibility in basalt-derived soils in northeastern SAo Paulo state, Brazil

    Barbosa, Ronny Sobreira; Marques Junior, Jose Autor UNESP; Barron, Vidal; Martins Filho, Marcilio Vieira Autor UNESP; Siqueira, Diego Silva Autor UNESP; Peluco, Rafael Goncalves Autor UNESP; Camargo, Livia Arantes Autor UNESP; Silva, Laercio Santos Autor UNESP (Environmental Earth Sciences, 2019) [Artigo]
    Spatial assessment of soil erosion is essential for the adaptation of agricultural practices and monitoring of soil losses. In this sense, this study aims to assess the efficiency of magnetic susceptibility (MS) as a ...
  • SAMPLING DENSITY FOR CHARACTERIZING THE PHYSICAL QUALITY OF A SOIL UNDER COFFEE CULTIVATION IN SOUTHWESTERN MINAS GERAIS

    Silvero, Nelda E. Q. Autor UNESP; Marques Junior, Jose Autor UNESP; Siqueira, Diego S. Autor UNESP; Gomes, Romario P. Autor UNESP; Costa, Milene M. R. Autor UNESP (Engenharia Agricola, 2018) [Artigo]
    The elaboration of maps to characterize the spatial variability of soil attributes assists in the strategic planning and decision making of agricultural managers. Precision and accuracy of maps are related to the ideal ...
  • Silicon mitigates ammonium toxicity in yellow passionfruit seedlings

    Silva Junior, Gabriel B. da; Prado, Renato M. Autor UNESP; Campos, Cid N. S.; Agostinho, Flavia B.; Silva, Sylvia L. O.; Santos, Luiz C. N. Autor UNESP; Gonzalez, Leonides C. (Chilean Journal Of Agricultural Research, 2019) [Artigo]
    Ammonium (NH4+) toxicity in yellow passionfruit (Passiflora edulis Sims f. flavicarpa O. Deg.) may be mitigated by Si application. This study aimed to evaluate the interaction effect of Si and high level of NH4+ on yellow ...
  • Silicon and salicylic acid in the physiology and yield of cotton

    Barros, Thais Chagas Autor UNESP; Prado, Renato de Mello Autor UNESP; Roque, Cassiano Garcia; Arf, Marcelo Valentin; Vilela, Rafael Goncalves (Journal Of Plant Nutrition, 2019) [Artigo]
    Silicon (Si) and salicylic acid (SA) foliar applications can benefit cotton yield especially if there is stress during cultivation. The objective of this study was to evaluate the foliar application of Si and SA on the ...

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