Martin Shipitalo
Martin Shipitalo
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The cerebrum
AL Rhoton Jr
Neurosurgery 51 (suppl_4), S1-1-S1-52, 2002
711*2002
Conservation tillage and macropore factors that affect water movement and the fate of chemicals
MJ Shipitalo, WA Dick, WM Edwards
Soil and tillage research 53 (3-4), 167-183, 2000
3382000
Initial storm effects on macropore transport of surface‐applied chemicals in no‐till soil
MJ Shipitalo, WM Edwards, LB Owens, WA Dick
Soil Science Society of America Journal 54 (6), 1530-1536, 1990
2381990
Chemistry and micromorphology of aggregation in earthworm casts
MJ Shipitalo, R Protz
Geoderma 45 (3-4), 357-374, 1989
2361989
Factors affecting preferential flow of water and atrazine through earthworm burrows under continuous no‐till corn
WM Edwards, MJ Shipitalo, LB Owens, WA Dick
Journal of environmental quality 22 (3), 453-457, 1993
2001993
Rainfall intensity affects transport of water and chemicals through macropores in no‐till soil
WM Edwards, MJ Shipitalo, LB Owens, WA Dick
Soil Science Society of America Journal 56 (1), 52-58, 1992
1881992
Effect of Lumbricus terrestris L. burrows on hydrology of continuous no-till corn fields
WM Edwards, MJ Shipitalo, LB Owens, LD Norton
Geoderma 46 (1-3), 73-84, 1990
1871990
Micro-plate colourimetric assay for endo-acting cellulase, xylanase, chitinase, 1, 3-β-glucanase and amylase extracted from forest soil horizons
SJ Wirth, GA Wolf
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 24 (6), 511-519, 1992
1801992
Factors influencing the dispersibility of clay in worm casts
MJ Shipitalo, R Protz
Soil Science Society of America Journal 52 (3), 764-769, 1988
1771988
Water and nitrate movement in earthworm burrows within long-term no-till cornfields
WM Edwards, MJ Shipitalo, LB Owens, LD Norton
Journal of Soil and Water Conservation 44 (3), 240-243, 1989
1601989
Comparison of morphology and porosity of a soil under conventional and zero tillage
MJ Shipitalo, R Protz
Canadian Journal of Soil Science 67 (3), 445-456, 1987
1511987
10 Quantifying the Effects of Earthworms on Soil Aggregation and Porosity
MJ Shipitalo, RC Le Bayon
Earthworm ecology, 183-199, 2004
1432004
Role of Lumbricus terrestris (L.) burrows on quality of infiltrating water
WM Edwards, MJ Shipitalo, SJ Traina, CA Edwards, LB Owens
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 24 (12), 1555-1561, 1992
1401992
Potential of earthworm burrows to transmit injected animal wastes to tile drains
MJ Shipitalo, F Gibbs
Soil Science Society of America Journal 64 (6), 2103-2109, 2000
1382000
Occupancy and geometrical properties of Lumbricus terrestris L. burrows affecting infiltration
MJ Shipitalo, KR Butt
Pedobiologia 43 (6), 782-794, 1999
1281999
Interaction of earthworm burrows and cracks in a clayey, subsurface-drained, soil
MJ Shipitalo, V Nuutinen, KR Butt
Applied Soil Ecology 26 (3), 209-217, 2004
1272004
Effect of diet on the feeding and casting activity of Lumbricus terrestris and L. rubellus in laboratory culture
MJ Shipitalo, R Protz, AD Tomlin
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 20 (2), 233-237, 1988
1241988
Contribution of macroporosity to infiltration into a continuous corn no-tilled watershed: Implications for contaminant movement
WM Edwards, MJ Shipitalo, LD Norton
Journal of Contaminant Hydrology 3 (2-4), 193-205, 1988
1141988
Earthworms and their influence on soil structure and infiltration
AD Tomlin, MJ Shipitalo, WM Edwards, R Protz
Earthworm ecology and biogeography in North America. CRC Press, Boca Raton …, 1995
1121995
Effects of initial water content on macropore/matrix flow and transport of surface‐applied chemicals
MJ Shipitalo, WM Edwards
Journal of Environmental Quality 25 (4), 662-670, 1996
1001996
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