Ron Corstanje
Ron Corstanje
Professor of Environmental Data Science, Cranfield University
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Delineation of soil management zones for variable-rate fertilization: A review
S Nawar, R Corstanje, G Halcro, D Mulla, AM Mouazen
Advances in agronomy 143, 175-245, 2017
Impact of rapid urban expansion on green space structure
ANM Nor, R Corstanje, JA Harris, T Brewer
Ecological Indicators 81, 274-284, 2017
The impact of land use/land cover scale on modelling urban ecosystem services
DR Grafius, R Corstanje, PH Warren, KL Evans, S Hancock, JA Harris
Landscape Ecology 31, 1509-1522, 2016
Are fine resolution digital elevation models always the best choice in digital soil mapping?
S Cavazzi, R Corstanje, T Mayr, J Hannam, R Fealy
Geoderma 195, 111-121, 2013
Linking ecosystem services, urban form and green space configuration using multivariate landscape metric analysis
DR Grafius, R Corstanje, JA Harris
Landscape ecology 33, 557-573, 2018
Urban meadows as an alternative to short mown grassland: effects of composition and height on biodiversity
BA Norton, GD Bending, R Clark, R Corstanje, N Dunnett, KL Evans, ...
Ecological Applications 29 (6), e01946, 2019
Assessment of the spatial distribution of soil properties in a northern Everglades marsh
R Corstanje, S Grunwald, KR Reddy, TZ Osborne, S Newman
Journal of Environmental Quality 35 (3), 938-949, 2006
A bird’s eye view: using circuit theory to study urban landscape connectivity for birds
DR Grafius, R Corstanje, GM Siriwardena, KE Plummer, JA Harris
Landscape Ecology 32, 1771-1787, 2017
Response of biogeochemical indicators to a drawdown and subsequent reflood
R Corstanje, KR Reddy
Journal of Environmental Quality 33 (6), 2357-2366, 2004
Soil phosphorus and vegetation influence on wetland phosphorus release after simulated drought
EM Bostic, JR White
Soil Science Society of America Journal 71 (1), 238-244, 2007
Adaptation of the CAS test system and synthetic sewage for biological nutrient removal.
D Boeije, G., Corstanje, R., Rottiers, A., and Schowanek
Chemosphere 38, 699-709, 1999
Defining and quantifying the resilience of responses to disturbance: a conceptual and modelling approach from soil science
LC Todman, FC Fraser, R Corstanje, LK Deeks, JA Harris, M Pawlett, ...
Scientific reports 6 (1), 28426, 2016
Soil microbial eco-physiological response to nutrient enrichment in a sub-tropical wetland
R Corstanje, KR Reddy, JP Prenger, S Newman, AV Ogram
Ecological indicators 7 (2), 277-289, 2007
Typha latifolia and Cladium jamaicense litter decay in response to exogenous nutrient enrichment
R Corstanje, KR Reddy, KM Portier
Aquatic Botany 84 (1), 70-78, 2006
Scale‐dependent relationships between soil organic carbon and urease activity
R Corstanje, R Schulin, RM Lark
European Journal of Soil Science 58 (5), 1087-1095, 2007
Ecological connectivity networks in rapidly expanding cities
ANM Nor, R Corstanje, JA Harris, DR Grafius, GM Siriwardena
Heliyon 3 (6), 2017
On the origin of carbon dioxide released from rewetted soils
FC Fraser, R Corstanje, LK Deeks, JA Harris, M Pawlett, LC Todman, ...
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 101, 1-5, 2016
Which catchment characteristics control the temporal dependence structure of daily river flows?
A Chiverton, J Hannaford, I Holman, R Corstanje, C Prudhomme, ...
Hydrological Processes 29 (6), 1353-1369, 2015
Carbon implications of converting cropland to bioenergy crops or forest for climate mitigation: a global assessment
F Albanito, T Beringer, R Corstanje, B Poulter, A Stephenson, J Zawadzka, ...
Gcb Bioenergy 8 (1), 81-95, 2016
Future restoration should enhance ecological complexity and emergent properties at multiple scales
JM Bullock, E Fuentes‐Montemayor, B McCarthy, K Park, RS Hails, ...
Ecography 2022 (4), 2022
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