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Kristofor R. Brye

Kristofor R. Brye

Professor of Applied Soil Physics and Pedology

Director Experiment Station

(CSES)-Crop, Soil and Environmental Sciences

Phone: 479-575-5742

Fax: (479) 575-7465

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Professional Background

  • Professor, University of Arkansas, Applied Soil Physics, July 2009 to present 
  • Associate Professor, University of Arkansas, Applied Soil Physics, July 2005 to June 2009 
  • Assistant Professor, University of Arkansas, Applied Soil Physics, July 2001 to June 2005
  • Research Associate (Post-Doc), University of Wisconsin, Soil Physics, December 1999 to July 2001
  • Tension-lysimetry
  • Solute leaching (N, P, C, etc.)
  • Groundwater contamination issues
  • Natural and managed ecosystem evaluation and characterization
  • Carbon and nitrogen cycling
  • Sustainable agriculture
  • Prairie restoration
  • Carbon sequestration
  • Soil quality
  • Trace gas emissions from rice

Graduate Students:
Current    

  • David Meints (M.S.) - Research topic: Curtain drain effects on water storage in a septic system absorption field
  • Johan Desrochers (M.S.) - Research topic: Long-term effects of alternative residue management practice affects on infiltration and soil biological properties in a wheat-soybean, double-crop production system in eastern Arkansas 
  • Jason Burgess-Conforti (M.S.) - Research topic: Land-application effects of a dry flue gas desulfurization by-product on trace elements in runoff water
  • Casey Rector (M.S.) - Research topic: Nitrous oxide emissions from rice on a silt-loam soil
  • Marya McKee (M.S.) - Research topic: Soil C sequestration in native prairies in Arkansas
  • Joshua Humphreys (Ph.D.) - Research topic: Methane emissions from rice grown under alternative water management strategies 
  • Faye Smith (Ph.D.) - Research topic: Mechanisms of flood tolerance in soybean 

Graduated

  • Matt Cordell (M.S., August 2004) - Thesis title: Alternative wheat residue management practice effects on soil quality and soybeans in a double-crop production system
  • Amanda Pirani (M.S., August 2005) - Thesis title: Leaching of plant nutrients and heavy metals from poultry litter amended tall fescue pasture
  • Tarra Verkler (M.S., May 2007) - Thesis title: Evaluation of the sustainability of residue and water management practices in a wheat-soybean double-crop production system in eastern Arkansas
  • Brie Menjoulet (M.S., September 2007) - Thesis title: Nutrient and metal runoff from broiler litter-amended tall fescue in response to natural precipitation
  • Geneva Brion (M.S., July 2008) - Thesis title: Land use effects on water quality of a first-order stream in the Ozark Highlands
  • Aaron Daigh (M.S., May 2009) - Thesis title: Chemical property changes in a Captina silt loam as affected by broiler litter application rate
  • Michelle McDonald (M.S., August 2009) - Thesis title: Broiler litter application and soil depth effects on arsenic and phosphorus adsorption to soil
  • Brad Hufhines (M.S., May 2010) - Thesis title: Net nutrient uptake in the White River, downstream of a municipal wastewater treatment plant
  • Amanda Mathis (M.S., December 2010) - Thesis title: Preliminary evaluation of on-site wastewater treatment system absorption field products with differing architectures in a profile-limited soil
  • Nina Moats-Prater (M.S., August 2012) - Thesis title: Evaluation of the effects of absorption field product architecture type of effluent dispersal and soil chemical properties in a profile-limited soil
  • Faye Smith (M.S., December 2013) - Thesis title: Long-term residue and water management effects on soil respiration and soil aggregate stability in a wheat-soybean, double-crop system in eastern Arkansas
  • Mark Cantrell (M.S., May 2014) - Thesis title: Leaching characteristics of selenium from coal fly ash
  • Michele Helton (M.S., August 2014) - Thesis title: Carbon dioxide emissions from switchgrass and cottonwood grown as bioenergy crops in the Lower Mississippi Alluvial Valley
  • Andrew Gibbons (M.S., December 2014) - Thesis title: Increased effluent dosage effects on septic system absorption-field products of differing architecture types
  • Alayna Jacobs (M.S., December 2014) - Thesis title: Switchgrass cultivar, harvest frequency, fertilizer source, and irrigation effects on near-surface soil properties in west-central Arkansas
  • Alden Smartt (M.S., May 2015) - Thesis title: Methane emissions from direct-seeded, delayed-flood rice grown on a clay soil 
  • Ryan Norman (M.S., August 2015) - Thesis title: Long-term effects of alternative residue management practices on near-surface soil properties and soybean production in a wheat-soybean, double-crop system in eastern Arkansas
  • Taylor Adams (M.S., November 2016) - Thesis title: Soil and plant property differences among high-yield soybean areas in Arkansas

 

  • Nyambilila Amuri (Ph.D., September 2008) - Dissertation title: Evaluation of the impacts of alternative wheat residue and water management on soil properties and soybean yield in a wheat-soybean double-crop system in eastern Arkansas
  • Jill Motschenbacher (Ph.D., November 2012) - Dissertation title: Long-term effects of rice rotation, tillage, and fertility on near-surface soil carbon and nitrogen cycling
  • Chris Rogers (Ph.D., May 2014) - Dissertation title: Methane emissions and ammonia volatilization from drill-seeded, delayed-flood rice on a silt-loam soil in Arkansas (co-directed with Dr. Richard J. Norman)
  • Richard McMullen (Ph.D., May 2014) - Dissertation title: Long-term effects of broiler litter application rate on runoff, leaching, and soil respiration from a Captina silt loam
  • Coach/instructor of the University of Arkansas Soil Judging Team
    • Regional Contests
      • 2nd place overall, Region IV Soil Judging Contest, Alexandria, LA, 2001
      • Participant, Region IV Soil Judging Contest, Stephenville, TX, 2004
      • Participant, Region IV Soil Judging Contest, Clovis, NM, 2005
      • Hosted the Region IV Soil Judging Contest, Fayetteville, AR, 2006
      • Participant, Region IV Soil Judging Contest, Dalhart, TX, 2007
      • Participant, Region IV Soil Judging Contest, Monticello, AR, 2008
      • 3rd place overall, Region IV Soil Judging Contest, Lubbock, TX, 2009 
      • 3rd place overall, Region IV Soil Judging Contest, Alexandria, LA, 2010
      • 1st place overall, Region IV Soil Judging Contest, College Station, TX, 2011
      • 1st place overall, Region IV Soil Judging Contest, Stillwater, OK, 2012
      • Hosted the Region IV Soil Judging Contest, Fayetteville, AR, 2013
      • 2nd place overall, Region IV Soil Judging Contest, Kingsville, TX, 2014
      • 1st place overall, Region IV Soil Judging Contest, Stephenville, TX, 2015
      • 2nd place overall, Region IV Soil Judging Contest, Ruidoso, NM, 2016
        • 1st- and 2nd-high individuals 
    • National Contests
      • 20th place overall, Red Wing, MN, 2002
      • 20th place overall, Lubbock, TX, 2010
      • 8th place overall, Bend, OR, 2011
        • 4th place in team-judged pit portion of the contest
      • 15th place overall, Morgantown, WV, 2012
      • 18th place overall, Platteville, WI, 2013
      • 12th place overall, Monticello, AR, 2015
      • 9th place overall, plus 6th-high individual, Manhattan, KS, 2016 
      • 8th place overall, plus 6th-high individual, DeKalb, IL, 2017

Current

  • Introduction to Water Science (ENSC 3003; every Spring semester)
  • Soil and Water Conservation (ENSC 3263; Fall semester, even years)
  • Soil Profile Description (CSES 355V; every Fall semester)
  • Advanced Crop Science (CSES 4013; team-taught, every Spring semester)
  • Soil Classification & Genesis (CSES 4253; Fall semester, odd years)
  • Internship (CSES 462V; every semester)
  • Soil Physics (CSES 5224; every Spring semester)

Previous

  • Soil Science (CSES 2203)
  • Scientific Presentations (CSES 5103)

Dissertation title: Carbon and nitrogen budget evaluation of natural and managed ecosystems

  • Graduate Advisor (M.S. and Ph.D.): Professor John M. Norman, Ph.D. (Environmental Biophysicist)

Refereed Publications

1998

  • Wagai, R., K.R. Brye, S.T. Gower, J.M. Norman, and L.G. Bundy. 1998. Land use and environmental factors influencing soil surface CO2 flux and microbial biomass in natural and managed ecosystems in southern Wisconsin. Soil Biol. Biochem. 30:1501-1509.

1999

  • Brye, K.R., J.M. Norman, L.G. Bundy, and S.T. Gower. 1999. An equilibrium tension lysimeter for measuring drainage through soil. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. 63:536-542.

2000

  • Brye, K.R., J.M. Norman, L.G. Bundy, and S.T. Gower. 2000. Water-budget evaluation of prairie and maize ecosystems. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. 64:715-724.
  • Andraski, T.W., L.G. Bundy, and K.R. Brye. 2000. Crop management and corn nitrogen rate effects on nitrate leaching. J. Environ. Qual. 29:1095-1102.

2001

  • Brye, K.R., J.M. Norman, L.G. Bundy, and S.T. Gower. 2001. Nitrogen and carbon leaching in agroecosystems and their role in denitrification potential. J. Environ. Qual. 30:58-70.
  • Kucharik, C.J., K.R. Brye, J.M. Norman, J.A. Foley, S.T. Gower, and L.G. Bundy. 2001. Measurements and modeling of carbon and nitrogen cycling in agroecosystems of southern Wisconsin: Potential for SOC sequestration during the next 50 years. Ecosystems 4:237-258.

2002

  • Brye, K.R., T.W. Andraski, W.M. Jarrell, L.G. Bundy, and J.M. Norman. 2002. Phosphorus leaching under a restored tallgrass prairie and corn agroecosystems. J. Environ. Qual. 31:769-781.
  • Brye, K.R., J.M. Norman, E.V. Nordheim, S.T. Gower, L.G. Bundy. 2002.  Refinements to an in-situ soil core technique for measuring net N-mineralization in moist, fertilized agricultural soil. Agron. J. 94:864-869.
  • Brye, K.R., S.T. Gower, J.M. Norman, and L.G. Bundy. 2002. Carbon budgets for a prairie and agroecosystems: Effects of land use and inter-annual variability. Ecol. Appl. 12:962-979.
  • Brye, K.R., J.M. Norman, and S.T. Gower. 2002. The fate of nutrients following three- and six-year burn intervals in a restored tallgrass prairie in Wisconsin. Am. Midl. Nat. 148:28-42.
  • Brye, K.R., J.M. Norman, and S.T. Gower. 2002. Assessing the progress of a tallgrass prairie restoration in southern Wisconsin. Am. Midl. Nat. 148:218-235.

2003

  • Kucharik, C.J., and K.R. Brye. 2003. Integrated BIosphere Simulator (IBIS) yield and nitrate loss predictions for Wisconsin maize receiving varied amounts of nitrogen fertilizer. J. Environ. Qual. 32:247-268.
  • Brye, K.R., and C.J. Kucharik. 2003. Carbon and nitrogen sequestration in two prairie topochronosequences on contrasting soils in southern Wisconsin. Am. Midl. Nat. 149:90-103.
  • Brye, K.R., J.M. Norman, S.T. Gower, and L.G. Bundy. 2003. Effects of management practices on annual net N-mineralization in a restored prairie and maize agroecosystems. Biogeochem. 63:135-160.
  • Brye, K.R., and N.A. Slaton. 2003. Carbon and nitrogen storage in a typic albaqualf as affected by assessment method. Comm. Soil Sci. Plant Anal. 34:1637-1655.
  • Brye, K.R., J.M. Norman, S.T. Gower, and L.G. Bundy. 2003. Methodological limitations and N-budget differences among a restored tallgrass prairie and maize agroecosystems. Agric. Ecosys. Environ. 97:181-198.
  • Brye, K.R. 2003. Long-term effects of cultivation on particle size and water-retention characteristics determined using wetting curves. Soil Sci. 168:459-468.
  • Brye, K.R., N.A. Slaton, M.C. Savin, R.J. Norman, and D.M. Miller. 2003. Short-term effects of land leveling on soil physical properties and microbial biomass. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. 67:1405-1417.
  • Madewell, T.M., M.C. Savin, and K.R. Brye. 2003. Alumni and employer perceptions of the CSES curricula: Survey results. J. Nat. Resour. Life Sci. Edu. 32:100-106.

2004
 

  • Slaton, N.A., E.E. Gbur, R.D. Cartwright, R.E. DeLong, R.J. Norman, and K.R. Brye. 2004. Grain yield and kernel smut of rice as affected by preflood and midseason nitrogen fertilization in Arkansas. Agron. J. 96:91-99.
  • Brye, K.R., E.E. Gbur, and D.M. Miller. 2004. Relationships among soil C and physiochemical properties of a typic albaqualf as affected by years under cultivation. Comm. Soil Sci. Plant Anal. 35:177-192.
  • Brye, K.R. 2004. Pedogenic interpretation of a loess-covered, Pleistocene-glaciated toposequence using the energy model. Soil Sci. 169:282-294.
  • Brye, K.R., N.A. Slaton, M. Mozaffari, M.C. Savin, R.J. Norman, and D.M. Miller. 2004. Short-term effects of land leveling on soil chemical properties and their relationships with microbial biomass. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. 68:924-934.
  • Masarik, K.C., J.M. Norman, K.R. Brye, and J.M. Baker. 2004. Improvements to measuring water flux in the vadose zone. J. Environ. Qual. 33:1152-1158.
  • Brye, K.R., N.A. Slaton, R.J. Norman, and M.C. Savin. 2004. Short-term effects of poultry litter form and rate of soil bulk density and water content. Comm. Soil Sci. Plant Anal. 35:2311-2325.
  • Brye, K.R., N.A. Slaton, and P. Chen. 2004. Can crop productivity be predicted by soil characterization after land leveling? Online. Crop Manage. doi:10.1094/CM-2004-0908-01-RS.
  • Brye, K.R., T.L. Morris, D.M. Miller, S.J. Formica, M.A. Van Eps. 2004. Estimating bulk density in vertically exposed stoney alluvium using a modified excavation method. J. Environ. Qual. 33:1937-1942.
  • Slaton, N.A., K.R. Brye, M.B. Daniels, T.C. Daniel, R.J. Norman, and D.M. Miller. 2004. Balance between nutrient inputs and removals for nine geographic regions in Arkansas. J. Environ. Qual. 33:1606-1615.
  • Brye, K.R., C.P. West, and E.E. Gbur. 2004. Soil quality differences under native tallgrass prairie across a climosequence in Arkansas. Am. Midl. Nat. 152:214-230.
  • Brye, K.R., and J.M. Norman. 2004. Land-use effects on anion-associated cation leaching in response to above-normal precipitation. Acta hydrochimica et hydrobiologica. 32(3):235-248.
  • Brye, K.R., P. Chen, L.C. Purcell, M. Mozaffari, and R.J. Norman. 2004. First-year soybean growth and production as affected by soil properties following land leveling. Plant Soil. 263:323-334.
  • Morgan, R.A, F.G. Edwards, K.R. Brye, and S.J. Burian. 2004. Evaluation of stormwater catchbasin inserts for transportation facilities. J. Trans. Res. Board 1890:123-128.

2005

  • Brye, K.R., and C.P. West. 2005. Grassland management effects on soil quality in the Ozark Highlands. Soil Sci. 170:63-73.
  • Brye, K.R., N.A. Slaton, and R.J. Norman. 2005. Penetration resistance as affected by shallow-cut land leveling and cropping. Soil Till. Res. 81:1-13.
  • Slaton, N.A., K.R. Brye, R.K. Bacon, and M. Mozaffari. 2005. Correlation and calibration of Mehlich-3 phosphorus recommendations for winter wheat following rice in Arkansas. Commun. Soil Sci. Plant Anal. 36:993-1004.
  • Brye, K.R., M.C. Savin, and E.E. Gbur. 2005. Graduate-level science classes: How important are extra time and open notes and book when evaluating students with calculation-oriented exams? NACTA J. 49:2-9.
  • Brye, K.R., and A.L. Pirani. 2005. Native soil quality and the effects of tillage in the Grand Prairie region of eastern Arkansas. Am. Midl. Nat. 154:28-41.
  • Morgan, R.A, F.G. Edwards, K.R. Brye, and S.J. Burian. 2005. An Evaluation of the Urban Stormwater Pollutant Removal Efficiency of Catch Basin Inserts. Water Environ. Res. 77:500-510.
  • Sherman, L.A., K.R. Brye, D.E. Gill, and K. Koenig. 2005. Soil chemistry as affected by first-time prescribed burning of a grassland restoration on a coastal plain Ultisol. Soil Sci. 170:913-927.
  • Haggard, B.E., P.A. Moore Jr., and K.R. Brye. 2005. Effect of slope on runoff from a small variable slope box-plot. J. Environ. Hydrol. Vol. 13, Paper No. 25.
  • Brye, K.R. 2005. Lysimeters. In: J.H. Lehr and J. Keeley (eds.) Water Encyclopedia: Groundwater. Wiley & Sons, Inc. 846 p.
  • Brye, K.R., and K. Steele. 2005. Soil and Water Contamination by Heavy Metals. In: J.H. Lehr and J. Keeley (eds.) Water Encyclopedia: Groundwater. Wiley & Sons, Inc. 846 p.
  • Steele, K., and K.R. Brye. 2005. Nitrogen. In: J.H. Lehr and J. Keeley (eds.) Water Encyclopedia: Oceanography; Meteorology; Physics and Chemistry; Water Law; and Water History, Art, and Culture. Wiley & Sons, Inc. 832 p.

2006
 

  • Ross, J.R., N.A. Slaton, K.R. Brye, and R.E. DeLong. 2006. Boron fertilization influences on soybean yield and leaf and seed boron concentrations. Agron. J. 98:198-205.
  • Brye, K.R., and L. Moreno. 2006. Vegetation removal effects on soil quality in a native tallgrass prairie fragment in east-central Arkansas. Nat. Areas J. 26:94-100.
  • Brye, K.R., N.A. Slaton, and R.J. Norman. 2006. Soil physical and biological properties as affected by land leveling in a clayey Aquert. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. 70:631-642.
  • Brye, K.R., and A.L. Pirani. 2006. Metal uptake by tall fescue (Festuca arundinacea) as affected by poultry litter application. Grass For. Sci. 61:192-199.
  • Brye, K.R. 2006. Soil biochemical properties as affected by land leveling in a clayey Aquert. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. 70:1129-1139.
  • Brye, K.R., D.E. Longer, and E.E. Gbur. 2006. Impact of tillage and reside burning on CO2 flux in a wheat-soybean production system. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. 70:1145-1154.
  • Brye, K.R., B. Golden, and N.A. Slaton. 2006. Poultry litter decomposition dynamics as affected by litter form and rate prior to flooding for rice production. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. 70:1155-1167.
  • Golden, B., N.A. Slaton, R.J. Norman, E.E. Gbur, K.R. Brye, and R.E. DeLong. 2006. Recovery of nitrogen in fresh and pelletized poultry litter by rice. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. 70:1359-1369.
  • Pirani, A.L., K.R. Brye, T.C. Daniel, B.E. Haggard, E.E. Gbur, and J.D. Mattice. 2006. Soluble metal leaching from a poultry-litter-amended Udult under pasture vegetation. Vadose Zone J. 5:1017-1034.
  • Brye, K.R. 2006. Crop response to poultry litter and deep tillage following land leveling in a clay soil. Online. Crop Manage. doi:10.1094/CM-2006-1215-01-RS.
  • Brye, K.R. 2006. Soil physiochemical changes following 12 years of annual burning in a humid-subtropical tallgrass prairie: a hypothesis. Acta Oecol. 30:407-413.
  • Vaught, R., K.R. Brye, and D.M. Miller. 2006. Relationships among coefficient of linear extensibility and clay fractions in expansive, stoney soils. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. 70:1983-1990.
  • Cordell, M.L., K.R. Brye, D.E. Longer, and E.E. Gbur. 2006. Residue management practice effects on soybean establishment and growth in a young wheat-soybean double-cropping system. J. Sustain. Agric. 29:97-120.
  • Brye, K.R., M.L. Cordell, D.E. Longer, and E.E. Gbur. 2006. Residue management practice effects on soil surface properties in a young wheat-soybean double-crop system. J. Sustain. Agric. 29:121-150.

2007
 

  • Purcell, L.C, J.T. Edwards, and K.R. Brye. 2007. Soybean yield and biomass response to cumulative transpiration: Questioning widely held beliefs. Field Crops Res. 101 10-18.
  • Sen, S., B.E. Haggard, I. Chaubey, K.R. Brye, T.A. Costello, and M.D. Matlock. 2007. Sediment phosphorus release at Beaver Reservoir, Northwest Arkansas, 2002-3. Water Air Soil Poll. 179: 67-77.
  • Brye, K.R., D.E. Longer, M.L. Cordell, P. Chen, E.E. Gbur, and A.L. Pirani. 2007. Impact of nitrogen applications to wheat on no-tillage double-crop soybean. Online. Crop Manage. doi:10.1094/CM-2007-0219-01-RS.
  • Brye, K.R., D.E. Longer, M.L. Cordell, E.E. Gbur, and A.L. Pirani. 2007. Wheat response to nitrogen under low phosphorous and potassium fertility in a wheat-soybean production system. Comm. Soil Sci. Plant Anal. 38: 389-402.
  • Brye, K.R. 2007. Predictability of crop production in a clay soil based on a comprehensive, post-land-leveling soil property evaluation. Online. Crop Manage. doi:10.1094/CM-2007-0806-01-RS.
  • Haggard, B.E., D.R. Smith, and K.R. Brye. 2007. Variations in stream water and sediment phosphorus among select Ozark catchments. J. Environ. Qual. 36:1725-1734.
  • Pirani, A.L. K.R. Brye, B.E. Haggard, T.C. Daniel, and J.D. Mattice. 2007. Broiler litter rate effects on nutrient leaching from soil under pasture vegetation in the Ozark Highlands. Soil Sci. 172:1001-1018.

2008

  • Harper, T.W., K.R. Brye, T.C. Daniel, N.A. Slaton, and B.E. Haggard. 2008. Land use effects on runoff and water quality on an eastern Arkansas soil under simulated rainfall. J. Sustain. Agric. 32:231-253.
  • Hawkins, C., E.M. Rutledge, M.C. Savin, M. Shipitalo, and K.R. Brye. 2008. A sand layer deters burrowing by L. terrestris. Soil Sci. 173:186-194.
  • Bajaj, S., P. Chen, D.E. Longer, A. Shi, A. Hou, T. Ishibashi, and K.R. Brye. 2008. Irrigation and planting date effects on seed yield and agronomic traits of early-maturing soybeans. J. Crop Improv. 22:47-65.
  • Verkler, T.L., K.R. Brye, E.E. Gbur, J.H. Popp, and N. Amuri. 2008. Residue management and water delivery effects on season-long surface soil water dynamics in soybean. Soil Sci. 173:444-455.
  • Duncan, D., and K.R. Brye. 2008. Nutrient management planning for haylands in poultry producing regions as affected by slope determination method for the RUSLE LS factor. Grassl. Sci. 54:167-171.
  • Hawkins, C.L., M.J. Shipitalo, E.M. Rutledge, M.C. Savin, and K.R. Brye. 2008. Earthworm populations in septic system filter fields and potential effects on wastewater renovation.  Appl. Soil Ecol. 40:195-200.
  • Amuri, N., and K.R. Brye. 2008. Residue management practice effects on soil penetration resistance in a wheat-soybean double-crop production system. Soil Sci. 173:779-791.
  • Bajaj, S., P. Chen, D.E. Longer, A. Hou, A. Shi, T. Ishibashi, B. Zhang, and K.R. Brye. 2008. Planting date and irrigation effects on seed quality of early-maturing soybean in the Mid-South USA. J. New Seeds 9:221-233.
  • Brye, K.R., T.L. Riley, and E.E. Gbur. 2008. Prairie restoration effects on soil properties in the Ozark Highlands. J. Integr. Biosci. 6:87-104.
  • Milne, E., S. Williams, K. Brye, M. Easter, K. Killian, and K. Paustian. 2008. Simulating soil organic carbon in a rice-soybean-wheat-soybean chronosequence in Prairie County, Arkansas using the Century model. J. Integr. Biosci. 6:41-52.
  • Amuri, N., K.R. Brye, E.E. Gbur, J. Popp, and P. Chen. 2008. Soil property and soybean yield trends in response to alternative wheat residue management practices in a wheat-soybean, double-crop production system in eastern Arkansas. J. Integr. Biosci. 6:64-86.

2009

  • Counce, P.A., K.B. Watkins, K.R. Brye, and T.J. Siebenmorgan. 2009. A model to predict safe stages of development for rice field draining and field tests of the model predictions in the Arkansas Grand Prairie. Agron. J. 101:113-119.
  • Menjoulet, B.C., K.R. Brye, A.L. Pirani, B.E. Haggard, and E.E. Gbur. 2009. Runoff water quality from broiler-litter-amended tall fescue in response to natural precipitation in the Ozark Highlands. J. Environ. Qual. 38:1005-1017.
  • King, C.A., L.C. Purcell, and K.R. Brye. 2009. Differential wilting among soybean genotypes in response to water deficit. Crop Sci. 49:290-298.
  • Staed, J., D.M. Miller, K.R. Brye, T.C. Daniel, C. Rom, and E.E. Gbur. 2009. Land use effects on near-surface soil arsenic in the Ozark Highlands. Soil Sci. 174:121-129.
  • Brye, K.R., and T.L. Riley. 2009. Soil and plant property differences across a chronosequence of humid-temperate tallgrass prairie restorations. Soil Sci. 174:346-357.
  • Brye, K.R. 2009. Potential observation reduction for characterizing a suite of soil surface properties in native prairies in the Mid-Southern United States. Soil Sci. 174:516-522.
  • Verkler, T.L., K.R. Brye, J.H. Popp, E.E. Gbur, P. Chen, and N. Amuri. 2009. Soil properties, soybean response, and economic return as affected by residue and water management practices. J. Sustain. Agric. 33:716-744.
  • Daigh, A.L., K.R. Brye, A.N. Sharpley, D.M. Miller, C.P. West, and J.V. Brahana. 2009. Five-year change in soil profile chemical properties as affected by broiler litter application rate. Soil Sci. 174:531-542.
  • Sherman, L.A., and K.R. Brye. Sequential burning effects on the soil chemistry of a grassland restoration in the Mid-Atlantic Coastal Plain of the United States. Ecol. Restor. 27:428-438.
  • McDonald, M., K.R. Brye, D.M. Miller, and E.E. Gbur. 2009. Broiler litter application history and soil-depth effects on arsenic sorption. Soil Sci. 174:661-675.
  • Mozonni, L.A, P. Chen, R.O. Morawicki, N.S. Hettiarachychy, K.R. Brye, and A. Mauromoustakos. 2009. Quality attributes of vegetable soybean as a function of boiling time and condition. Int. J. Food Sci. Technol. 44:2089-2099.

2010 

  • Brye, K.R., A. Daigh, B. Menjoulet, M. Pirani, and C. West. 2010. Trends in dry matter yield following differential broiler litter application from a soil enriched with organic matter and phosphorus. Online. For. Grazing. doi:10.1094/FG-2010-0407-01-RS.
  • Brye, K.R., and E.E. Gbur. 2010. Regional differences in soil carbon and nitrogen storage as affected by landuse and soil moisture regime. Soil Sci. 175:339-348.
  • Amuri, N., K.R. Brye, E.E. Gbur, D. Oliver, and J. Kelley. 2010. Weed populations as affected by residue management practices in a wheat-soybean double-crop production system. Weed Sci. 58:234-243.
  • Daigh, A.L., K.R. Brye, A.N. Sharpley, D.M. Miller, and E.E. Gbur. 2010. Broiler litter composition as affected by water extractant, dilution ratio, and extraction time. Comm. Soil Sci. Plant Anal. 41:2340-2357.

2011

  • Brion, G.L., K.R. Brye, B.E. Haggard, C.P. West, and J.V. Brahana. 2011. Land-use effects on water quality of a first-order stream in the Ozark Highlands. River Res. Appl. 27:772–790.
  • Lepore, B.J., J.M. Norman, B. Lowery, and K.R. Brye. 2011. Soil compaction above long-term lysimeter installations. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. 75:30-34.
  • Brye, K.R., and E.E. Gbur. 2011. Near-surface soil property changes over time as affected by grassland management in the Ozark Highlands. Soil Sci. 176:129-135.
  • Popp, M.P., L. Nalley, C. Fortin, S.A. Smith, and K.R. Brye. 2011. Estimating net carbon emissions and agricultural response to potential carbon offset policies. Agron. J. 103:1132-1143.
  • Hufhines, B.W., K.R. Brye, B.E. Haggard, and R. Morgan. 2011. Net nutrient uptake in the White River, northwest Arkansas, downstream of a municipal wastewater treatment plant. J. Environ. Protect. 2:255-270.
  • Motschenbacher, J.M., K.R. Brye, and M.M. Anders. 2011. Long-term rice-based cropping system effects on near-surface soil compaction. Agric. Sci. 2:117-124.
  • Koehn, K., K.R. Brye, and C. Scarlat. 2011. Quantification of stormwater runoff using a combined GIS and curve number approach: a case study for an urban watershed in the Ozark Highlands, USA. Urban Water J. 8:255-265.
  • Mathis, A.J., K.R. Brye, and S. Dunn. 2011. Preliminary evaluation of septic-system absorption-field architecture types in a profile-limited soil. J. Environ. Qual. 40:1661-1673.

2012 

  • Shakiba, E., P. Chen, R. Gergerich, S. Li, D. Dombek, A. Shi, and K. Brye. 2012. Reactions of mid-southern U.S. soybean cultivars to bean pod mottle virus and tobacco ringspot virus. Crop Sci. 52:1980-1989. 
  • Shakiba, E., P. Chen, R. Gergerich, S. Li, D. Dombek, K. Brye, and A. Shi. 2012. Reacation of  commercial soybean cultivars from the mid-south to soybean mosaic virus. Crop Sci. 52:1990-1997. 
  • Anders, M.M., K.R. Brye, D.C. Olk, and B.T. Schmid. 2012. Rice rotation and tillage effects on soil aggregation and aggregate carbon and nitrogen dynamics. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. 76:994-1004.
  • Smith, S.A., M. Popp, L.L. Nalley, and K.R. Brye. 2012.Modeling pine as a carbon-sequestering crop in Arkansas. Agric. Res. Econ. Rev. 41:232-246.
  • Brye, K.R. 2012. Long-term effects of aboveground biomass removal by burning on potential nutrient recycling. Online. Crop Manage. doi:10.1094/CM-2012-0822-01-RS.
  • DeVore, J.D, J.K. Norsworthy, and K.R. Brye. 2012. Influence of deep tillage and a rye cover crop on glyphosate-resistant Palmer amaranth emergence in cotton. Weed Technol. 26:832-838. 
  • Shakiba, E., P. Chen, A. Shi, D. Li, D. Dong, and K. Brye. 2012. Two novel alleles at the Rsv 3 locus for resistance to soybean mosaic virus in PI 399091 and PI 61947 soybeans. Crop Sci. 52:2587-2594.
  • Nalley, L.L., M. Popp, Z. Clayton-Neiderman, K.R. Brye, and M.D. Matlock. 2012. How potential carbon policies could affect where and how cotton is produced in the United States. Agric. Res. Econ. Rev. 41:215-231.

2013

  • Jaureguy, L., P. Chen, S.L. Florez-Palacios, J.R. Clark, A. Mauromoustakos, K.R. Brye, and D. Oosterhuis. 2013. Selection of high inorganic phosphorus-low stachyose soybean breeding lines. J. Crop. Improv. 27:342-359. 
  • Jaureguy, L., P. Chen, F. Ledesma, K.R. Brye, D. Oosterhuis, A. Mauromoustakos, and J.R. Clark. 2013. Planting date and delayed harvest effects on soybean seed composition. Crop Sci. 53:1-14 
  • Shakiba, E., P. Chen, A. Shi, D. Dong, and K.R. Brye. 2013. Inheritance and allelic relationship of resistance genes for soybean mosaic virus in ‘Corsica’ and ‘Beeson’ soybean. Crop Sci. 53:1455-1463.
  • DeVore, J.D., J.K. Norsworthy, and K.R. Brye. 2013. Influence of deep tillage, a rye cover crop, and various soybean production systems on Palmer amaranth emergence in soybean. Weed Technol. 27:263-270.
  • Prater, N.J.M., K.R. Brye, S. Dunn, T.S. Soerens, A.N. Sharpley, E.R. Mason, and E.E. Gbur. 2013. Effluent storage and biomat occurrence among septic system absorption field architectures in a Typic Fragiudult. J. Environ. Qual. 42:1213-1225. 
  • Rogers, C.W., K.R. Brye, R.J. Norman, E.E. Gbur, J.D. Mattice, T.B. Parkin, and T.L. Roberts. 2013. Methane emissions from drill-seeded, delayed-flood rice production on a silt-loam soil in Arkansas. J. Environ. Qual. 42:1059-1069.
  • Ma, J., T.L. Kirkpatrick, C.S. Rothrock, and K. Brye. 2013. Effects of soil compaction and Meloidogyne incognita on cotton root architecture and plant growth. J. Nematol. 45:112-121.
  • Motschenbacher, J.M., K.R. Brye, M.M. Anders, E.E. Gbur, N.A. Slaton, and M.A. Evans-White. 2013. Rice rotation and tillage effects on water-stable soil macroaggregates and their associated carbon and nitrogen contents in a silt-loam soil. Soil Sci.178-596-611.
  • Brye, K.R., C.W. Rogers, A.D. Smartt, and R.J. Norman. 2013. Soil texture effects on methane emissions from direct-seeded, delayed-flood rice production in Arkansas. Soil Sci. 178:519-529.
  • Kucharik, C.J., and K.R. Brye. 2013. Soil moisture regime and land use history drive regional differences in soil carbon and nitrogen storage across southern Wisconsin. Soil Sci. 178:486-495.
  • Brye, K.R., E. Mersiovsky, L. Hernandez, and L. Ward. 2013. Soils of Arkansas. Arkansas Agricultural Experiment Station, University of Arkansas System Division of Agriculture, Fayetteville, AR. ISBN: 978-0-615-86599-7.

2014

  • Zeng, A., P. Chen, A. Shi, D. Wang, B. Zhang, M. Orazaly, L., Flores-Palacios, K. Brye, Q. Song, and P. Cregan. 2014. Identification of quantitative trait loci for sucrose content in soybean seed. Crop Sci. 54:554-564.
  • Skinner, J.V., K.R. Brye, R.J. Norman, and N.A. Slaton. 2014. Spatially applied soil amendments decrease soil property and crop yield variability for small-plot research. Crop Manage. 13:1-11. doi:10.2134/CM-2014-0001-RS
  • Motschenbacher, J.M., K.R. Brye, M.M. Anders, E.E. Gbur, N.A. Slaton, and M.A. Evans-White. 2014. Long-term crop rotation, tillage, and fertility effects on soil carbon and nitrogen in dry-seeded, delayed-flood rice production systems. pp. 129-156. In: C.d.R.V. Morgado and V. Esteves (Eds.). Carbon Sequestration and Valorization. Intech. ISBN 978-953-51-1225-9. Available at: http://www.intechopen.com/books/co2-sequestration-and-valorization/long-term-crop-rotation-tillage-and-fertility-effects-on-soil-carbon-and-nitrogen-in-dry-seeded-dela. DOI: 10.5772/57064.
  • Jaraba, J., C.S. Rothrock, T.L. Kirkpatrick, and K.R. Brye. 2014. Soil texture influence on Meloidogyne incognita and Thielaviopsis basicola and their interaction on cotton. Plant Dis. 98:336-343.
  • Masarik, K.C, J.M. Norman, and K.R. Brye. 2014. Long-term drainage and nitrate leaching below well-drained continuous corn agroecosystems and a prairie. J. Environ. Prot. 5:240-254.
  • Jaureguy, L.M., P. Chen, K. Brye, D. Oosterhuis, A. Mauromoustakos, and J.R. Clark. 2014. Potential association between soil and leaf chemical properties, and soybean seed composition. Agric. Sci. 5:560-570. 
  • Rogers, C.W., K.R. Brye, A.D. Smartt, R.J. Norman, E.E. Gbur, and M.E. Evans-White. 2014. Cultivar and previous crop effects on methane emissions from drill-seeded, delayed-flood rice production on a silt-loam soil. Soil Sci. 179:28-36.
  • Al-Qinna, M., H.D. Scott, K.R. Brye, J.V. Brahana, T.J. Sauer, and A.N. Sharpley. 2014. Coarse fragments affect soil properties in a mantled-karst landscape of the Ozark Highlands. Soil Sci. 179:42-50.
  • Smith, S.F., K.R. Brye, E. Gbur, P. Chen, and K. Korth. 2014. Long-term residue management effects on soil respiration in a wheat-soybean, double-crop system. Soil Sci. 179:118-129.
  • Smith, S.F., K.R. Brye, P. Chen, E. Gbur, and K. Korth. 2014. Residue and water management effects on aggregate stability and aggregate-associated carbon and nitrogen in a wheat-soybean, double-crop system. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. 78:1378-1391. 
  • DeFauw, S.L., K.R. Brye, T.J. Sauer, and P.D. Hays. 2014. Hydraulic and physiochemical properties of a hillslope soil assemblage in the Ozark Highlands. Soil Sci. 179:107-117.
  • Nalley, L.L., B.D. Dixon, K.R. Brye, C.W. Rogers, and R.J. Norman. 2014. Estimating cultivar effects on water usage and greenhouse gas emissions in Arkansas rice production: a methodology using standard cultivar trial data. Agron. J. 106:1981-1992.
  • Motschenbacher, J.M., K.R. Brye, M.M. Anders, and E.E. Gbur. 2014. Long-term rice rotation, tillage, and fertility effects on near-surface chemical properties in a silt-loam soil.  Nutr. Cycl. Agroecosyst. 100:77-94.
  • Daigh, A.L., M.C. Savin, K.R. Brye, R.J. Norman, and D.M. Miller. 2014. Urea persistence in floodwater and soil used for flooded rice production. Soil Use Man. 30:463-470.
  • McMullen, R.L., K.R. Brye, A.L. Daigh, D.M. Miller, E.E. Gbur, A.L. Pirani, M.A. Evans-White, and R.E. Mason. 2014. Long-term leachate water quality trends from a broiler-litter-amended Udult in a karst region. Vadose Zone J. 13:1-14.
  • Cantrell, M.A., K.R. Brye, D.M. Miller, R.E. Mason, and J. Fairey. 2014. Extraction characteristics of selenium as affected by coal fly ash type, water extractant, and extraction time. J. Environ. Prot. 5:1126-1144.
  • Smith, S.F., and K.R. Brye. 2014. Carbon dioxide emissions as affected by alternative long-term irrigation and tillage management practices in the Lower Mississippi River Valley. The Scientific World J. 2014:1-6.
  • McMullen, R.L., K.R. Brye, and E.E. Gbur. 2014. Soil respiration as affected by long-term broiler litter application to a Udult in the Ozark Highlands. J. Environ. Qual. 44:115-126.
  • McMullen, R.L., K.R. Brye, A.L. Daigh, B.C. Menjoulet, A.L. Pirani, E.E. Gbur, D.M. Miller, M.A. Evans-White, and R.E. Mason. 2014. Long-term runoff water quality as affected by broiler-litter application to a Udult in the Ozark Highlands. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. 78:2017-2031.
  • Motschenbacher, J., K. Brye, M. Anders, E. Gbur, N. Slaton, and M. Evans-White. 2014. Daily soil surface CO2 flux during non-flooded periods in flood-irrigated rice rotations. Agron. Sustain. Dev. DOI: 10.1007/s13593-014-0278-6 
  • Mays, N., K.R. Brye, C.R. Rom, M. Savin, and M.E. Garcia. 2014. Groundcover management and nutrient source effects on soil carbon and nitrogen sequestration in an organically managed apple orchard in the Ozark Highlands. HortSci. 49:637-644.

2015 

  • Booth, T., K.R. Brye, and J.C. Dixon. 2015. Soil property variation within an aridisol in Big Bend National Park, Texas, USA. Geoderma. Reg. 4:79-90.
  • Kovacs, K., M. Popp, K. Brye, and G. West. 2015. On-farm reservoir adoption in the presence of spatially explicit groundwater use and recharge. J. Agric. Res. Econ. 40:23-49.
  • Mays, N., C.R. Rom, K.R. Brye, M. Savin, and M.E. Garcia. 2015. Groundcover management system and nutrient source impacts on soil quality indicators in an organically managed apple (Malus x domestica Borkh.) orchard in the Ozark Highlands. HortSci. 50:295-303.
  • Sauer, T., W.K. Coblentz, A.L. Thomas, K.R. Brye, D.K. Brauer, J.V. Skinner, J.V. Brahana, S.L. DeFauw, P.D. Hays, D.C. Moffitt, J.L. Robinson, T.A. James, and K.A. Hickie. 2015. Nutrient cycling in an agroforestry alley cropping system receiving poultry litter or nitrogen fertilizer. Nutr. Cycl. Agroecosyst. 101:167-179.
  • Brantley, K.E., K.R. Brye, M.C. Savin, and D.E. Longer. 2015. Biochar source and application rate effects on soil water retention determined using wetting curves. Open J. Soil Sci. 5:1-10.
  • Zeng, A., P. Chen, B. Zhang, M. Orazaly, L. Florez-Palacios, and K.R. Brye. 2015. Identification and confirmation of quantitative trait loci for stachyose content in soybean seed. Plant Breed. DOI: 10.1111/pbr.12246
  • Rogers, C.W., R. Norman, K. Brye, A. Smartt, N. Slaton, T. Roberts, J. Hardke, and A. Fulford. 2015. Comparison of urease inhibitors for use in rice production on a silt-loam soil. Crop For. Turfgr. Man. DOI: 10.2134/cftm2014.0062
  • Jacobs, A., K.R. Brye, R. King, J. Douglass, L.S. Wood, L.C. Purcell, and M. Looper. 2015. Switchgrass management practice effects on near-surface soil properties in west-central Arkansas. Open J. Soil Sci. 5:69-86. 
  • Brantley, K.E., M.C. Savin, K.R. Brye, and D.E. Longer. 2015. Pine woodchip biochar impact on soil nutrient concentrations and corn yield in a silt loam in the Mid-Southern U.S. Agriculture 5:30-47.
  • Maguigan, M., J. Dixon, and K. Brye. 2015. Factors influencing the formation of shallow landslides in the Boston Mountains of northwest Arkansas, USA. Phys. Geog. 36:426-447.
  • Wolf, D.C., K.R. Brye, and E.E. Gbur. 2015. Using soil amendments to increase Bermudagrass growth in soil contaminated with hydraulic fracturing drilling fluid. Soil Sed. Contamin. 24:846-864.
  • Gibbons, A., K.R. Brye, S. Dunn, E.E. Gbur, A.N. Sharpley, and W. Zhang. 2015. Increased effluent dosage effects on on-site wastewater treatment systems of differing architecture type. J. Environ. Prot. 6:651-670.
  • Norman, C.R., K.R. Brye, E.E. Gbur, P. Chen, and J. Rupe. 2015. Long-term effects of alternative residue management practices on soil water retention in a wheat-soybean, double-crop system in eastern Arkansas. Open J. Soil Sci. 5:199-209.
  • Smartt, A.D., K.R. Brye, C.W. Rogers, R.J. Norman, E.E. Gbur, J.T. Hardke, and T.L. Roberts. 2015. Chamber size effects on methane emissions from rice production. Open J. Soil Sci.5:227-235.
  • Helton, M., K.R. Brye, H. Liechty, M. Blazier, C. West, E. Gbur, M. Savin, and E. Mason. 2015. Carbon dioxide emissions from switchgrass and cottonwood grown as bioenergy crops in the Lower Mississippi River Alluvial Valley. Biomass Bioenergy 83:383-392.
  • Herron, S.L., K.R. Brye, A.N. Sharpley, D.M. Miller, and M.B. Daniels. 2015. Nutrient composition of dust emitted from poultry broiler houses in Northwest Arkansas. J. Environ. Prot. 6:1257-1267.
2016
  • Norman, C.R., K.R. Brye, E.E. Gbur, P. Chen, and J. Rupe. 2016. Long-term management effects on soil properties and yields in a wheat-soybean, double-crop system in eastern Arkansas. Soil Sci. 181:1-12.
  • Smith, S.A., M.P. Popp, D.R. Keeton, C.P. West, K.P. Coffey, L.L. Nalley, and K.R. Brye. 2016. Economic and greenhouse gas emission response to pasture species composition, stocking rate, and weaning age by calving season, farm size, and pasture fertility. Agric. Res. Econ. Rev. 45: 98-123.
  • Herron, S.L., A.N. Sharpley, K.R. Brye, D.M. Miller, and M.B. Daniels. 2016. Determination of nutrient concentrations in simulated rainfall-runoff from poultry house dust deposited adjacent to exhaust fans. J. Environ. Prot. 7:27-40.
  • Hunt, N.D., S.T. Gower, K. Nadelhoffer, K. Lajtha, K. Townsend, and K.R. Brye. 2016. Validation of an agroecosystem process model (AGRO-BGC) on annual and perennial bioenergy feedstocks. Ecol. Model. 321:23-34.
  • Rogers, C.W., R.J. Norman, T.J. Siebenmorgen, B.C. Grigg, J.T. Hardke, K.R. Brye, and E.E. Gbur. 2016. Rough rice and milling yields as affected by nitrogen, harvest moisture, and cultivar. Agron. J. 108:813-821.
  • Smartt, A.D., K.R. Brye, and R.J. Norman. Methane emissions from rice production in the United States: A review of controlling factors and summary of research. 2016. pp. 179-207. In: Greenhouse Gases. B. Llamas and J. Pous, Eds., InTech, Rijeka, Croatia, ISBN 978-953-51-4323-9.
  • Smartt, A.D., K.R. Brye, C.W. Rogers, R.J. Norman, E.E. Gbur, J.T. Hardke, and T.L. Roberts. 2016. Characterization of methane emissions from rice production on a clay soil in Arkansas. Soil Sci. 181:57-67.
  • Brye, K.R., R.L. McMullen, M.L. Silveira, J.M.D. Motschenbacher, S.F. Smith, E.E. Gbur, and M.L. Helton. 2016. Environmental controls on soil respiration across a southern US climate gradient: a meta-analysis. Geoderma Reg. 7:110–119.
  • Smartt, A.D., K.R. Brye, C.W. Rogers, R.J. Norman, E.E. Gbur, J.T. Hardke, and T.L. Roberts. Previous crop and cultivar effects on methane emissions from drill-seeded, delayed-flood rice grown on a clay soil. Appl. Environ. Soil Sci. 2016:1-13.
  • Nalley, L.L., J. Tack, A. Barkley, K. Jagadish, and K.R. Brye. 2016. Quantifying the agronomic and economic performance of hybrid and conventional rice varieties. Agron. J. 108:1-10.
  • Brye, K.R., L.L. Nalley, J.B. Tack, B.L. Dixon, A.P. Barkley, C.W. Rogers, A.D. Smartt, R.J. Norman, and K. Jagadish. 2016. Factors affecting methane emissions from rice production in the Lower Mississippi River Valley, USA. Geoderma Reg. 7:223-229.
  • Brantley, K.E., M.C. Savin, K.R. Brye, and D.E. Longer. 2016. Nutrient availability and corn growth in a poultry litter biochar amended loam soil in a greenhouse experiment. Soil Use Man. 32:279–288.
  • Burgess-Conforti, J.R., D.M. Miller, K.R. Brye, L.S. Wood, and E.D. Pollock. 2016. Liming characteristics of a high-calcium dry flue gas desulfurization by-product and a Class-C fly ash. J. Environ. Prot. 7:1592-1604.
  • Herron, S.L., A.N. Sharpley, K.R. Brye, and D.M. Miller. 2016. Optimizing hydraulic and chemical properties of iron and aluminum byproducts for use in on-farm containment structures for phosphorus removal. J. Environ. Prot. 7:1835-1849.

2017

  • Korres, N.E., J.K. Norsworthy, K.R. Brye, V. Skinner, A. Mauromoustakos, and M.V. Bagavathianan. Relationships between soil properties and the occurrence of the most agronomically important weed species in the field margins of eastern Arkansas. Implications on weed management in field margins. Weed Res. Accepted/In Press
  • Rogers, C.W., A.D. Smartt, K.R. Brye, and R.J. Norman. 2017. Nitrogen source effects on methane emissions from drill-seeded, delayed-flood rice production. Soil Sci. 182:9-17.
  • Brye, K.R., A.L.M. Daigh, and R.L. McMullen. Seasonal effects on leachate quality from an Ozark Highlands managed grassland using automated, equilibrium-tension lysimeters. Vadose Zone J. Accepted/In Press
  • Castro, G.S.A., C.A.C. Crusciol, C.A. Rosolem, J.C. Calonego, and K.R. Brye. Surface lime and silicate application and crop production system effects on physical characteristics of a Brazilian Oxisol. Soil Res. Accepted/In Press
  • Knierim, K.J., E.D. Pollock, M.D. Covington, P.D. Hays, and K.R. Brye. 2017. Carbon cycling in the mantled karst of the Ozark Plateaus, central United States. Geod. Reg. 10:64–76.
  • Ashworth, A., A. Rocateli, C. West, K. Brye, and M. Popp. 2017. Switchgrass growth and effects on biomass accumulation, moisture content, and nutrient removal. Agron. J. 109:1359–1367.
  • Adams, T.C., K. Brye, M. Savin, J.A. Lee, and E. Gbur. 2017. Microbial carbon substrate utilization differences among high- and average-yield soybean areas. Agriculture 7:48; doi:10.3390/agriculture7060048.
  • Tsiboe, F., J.S. Popp, and K.R. Brye. Profitability of alternative management practices in a wheat-soybean, double-crop production system in Arkansas. Agron. J. Accepted/In Press
  • Brye, K.R., A.D. Smartt, and R.J. Norman. Diurnal methane fluxes as affected by cultivar from direct-seeded, delayed-flood rice production. J. Environ. Prot. Accepted/In Press
  • Burgess-Conforti, J.R., D.M. Miller, K.R. Brye, and E. Pollock. 2017. Plant uptake of major and trace elements from soils amended with a high-calcium dry flue gas desulfurization by-product. Fuel 208:514–521.
  • Herron, S., A. Sharpley, K. Brye, and D. Miller. Locally sourced iron and aluminum byproducts decrease phosphorus leached from broiler house dust deposited near ventilation fans. J. Environ. Prot. Accepted/In Press
  • Thomason, J.E., M.C. Savin, K.R. Brye, and E.E. Gbur. Native earthworm population dominance after seven years of tillage, burning, and residue level management in a wheat-soybean, double-crop system. Appl. Soil Ecol. Accepted/In Press 

Last modified 22 August, 2017

Professional Achievements:

  • University liaison to Arkansas NRCS (May 2012)
  • Registered Professional Soil Classifier - Arkansas, #71 (May 2006)

Professional Memberships:

  • University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point
    • The National Dean's List, 1991-1995
    • American Society of Agronomy Outstanding Soils Student Award, 1995
    • James H. Albertson Medallion Award, 1995
    • Chancellor's Leadership Award, 1995
    • Xi Sigma Pi, 1994-1995
    • Who's Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities, 1994
    • Melville H. Cohee Student Leadership Conservation Scholarship, 1995
    • Wisconsin Society of Professional Soil Scientists Scholarship, 1994
    • Wisconsin Fertilizer & Chemical Association Scholarship, 1994
    • Student Chapter of the Soil and Water Conservation Society Scholarship, 1993
    • Edward J. Okray Memorial Scholarship, 1993
  • University of Wisconsin-Madison
    • Soil Science Society of America, Emil Truog Soil Science Award, 2000
    • Gamma Sigma Delta, National and Wisconsin Chapters of the Honor Society of Agriculture, 1999
    • J. Fielding Reed Fellowship, Phosphate & Potash Institute, 1999
    • William T. Dibble-Terra International, Inc. Fund Scholarship, 1998
    • North Central Extension-Industry Soil Fertility Conf. Graduate Student Award, 1998
  • Univeristy of Arkansas-Fayetteville
    • Soil Science Society of America Journal Editor's Citation for Excellence in Manuscript Review, 2003
    • Soil Science Society of America, Division S-6 Young Scholar Award, 2005
    • Gamma Sigma Delta, Arkansas Chapter of the Honor Society of Agriculture, 2006
    • Soil Science Society of America Journal Citation for Excellence for Associate Editors, 2007
    • Gamma Sigma Delta Teaching Award of Excellence, 2008
    • University of Arkansas Teaching Academy, 2012
    • John W. White Outstanding Teaching Award, 2013
    • NACTA Teaching Award of Merit, 2013
    • John W. White Outstanding Team Award with Drs. Michael Popp and Lanier Nalley, 2013
    • Gamma Sigma Delta Research Award of Excellence, 2016