13. McClelland, S.C., Haddix, J., Azad, S., Boughton, E., Boughton, R., Miller, R., Swain, H., and Dillon, J.A. (accepted). Quantifying biodiversity impacts in livestock life cycle assessments. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment.

12. Todd-Brown, K. E. O., Abramoff, R. Z., Beem-Miller, J., Blair, H. K., Earl, S., Frederick, K. J., Fuka, D. R., Guevara Santamaria, M., Harden, J. W., Heckman, K., Heran, L. J., Holmquist, J. R., Hoyt, A. M., Klinges, D. H., LeBauer, D. S., Malhotra, A., McClelland, S. C., Nave, L. E., Rocci, K. S., Schaeffer, S. M., Stoner, S., van Gestel, N., von Fromm, S. F., and Younger, M. L. (accepted) Reviews and syntheses: The promise of big soil data, moving current practices towards future potential, Biogeosciences .

11. Tedeschi, L.O., Abdalla, A.L., Alvarez, C., Anuga, S.W., Arango, J., Beauchemin, K.A., Becquet, P., Berndt, A., Burns, R., De Camillis, C., Chara, J., Echazarreta, J.M., Hassouna, M., Kenny, D., Mathot, M., Mauricio, R.M., McClelland, S.C., Niu, M., Onyango, A.A., Parajuli, R., Pereira, L.G.R., del Prado, A., Tieri, M.P., Uwizeye, A., Kebreab, E. (accepted). Quantification of methane emitted by ruminants: A review of methods. Journal of Animal Science.

10. Moore, J., Manter, D.K., Bruner, E., Bowman, M., Hunter, M., and McClelland, S.C. (accepted). Applying Decision Support Tools to Estimate Current and Future Climate Mitigation Potential for US Agriculture. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation.

9. McClelland, S.C., Cotrufo, M.F., Haddix, M.L., Paustian, K., and Schipanski, M.E. (2022). Infrequent compost applications increased plant productivity and soil organic carbon in irrigated pasture but not degraded rangeland. Agriculture, Ecosystems, and Environment.

8. Arndt, C., Hristov, A. N., Price, W. J., McClelland, S. C., Pelaez, A. M., Cueva, S. F., Oh, J., Bannink, A., Bayat, A. R., Crompton, L. A., Dijkstra, J., Eugène, M. A., Kebreab, E., Kreuzer, M., McGee, M., Martin, C., Newbold, C. J., Reynolds, C. K., Schwarm, A., Shingfield, K. J., Veneman, J. B., Yáñez-Ruiz, D. R., Yu ZhongTang (2022). Full adoption of the most effective strategies to mitigate methane emission by ruminants can help meet the 1.5C target by 2030 but not 2050. Proceedings of the National Academy of Science.


7. Jabbour, R., McClelland, S.C. and Schipanski, M.E. (2021). Use of decision‐support tools by students to link crop management practices with greenhouse gas emissions: A case study. Natural Sciences Education, p.e20063.

6. McClelland, S.C., Paustian, K., Williams, S., and Schipanski, M.E. (2021). Modeling cover crop biomass production and related emissions to improve farm-scale decision-support tools. Agricultural Systems191, p.103151.

5. McClelland, S.C., Paustian, K., Schipanski, M.E. (2020). Management of cover crops influences soil organic carbon stocks – A meta-analysis. Ecological Applications, e02278.

4. Garbowski, M., Avera, B., Bertram, J.H., Courkamp, J.S., Gray, J., Hein, K.M., Lawrence, R., McIntosh, M., McClelland, S., Post, A.K. and Slette, I.J., 2020. Getting to the root of restoration: considering root traits for improved restoration outcomes under drought and competition. Restoration Ecology28(6), 1384-1395.

3. Niu, M., Kebreab, E., Hristov, A. N., Oh, J., Arndt, C., Bannink, A.,…, McClelland, S.C.,… & Crompton, L. A. (2018). Prediction of enteric methane production, yield and intensity in dairy cattle using an intercontinental database. Global Change Biology.

2. McClelland, S.C., Arndt, C., Gordon, D.R., Thoma, G. (2018). Type and number of environmental impact categories used in livestock life cycle assessment: A systematic review. Livestock Science. ISSN 1871-1413

1. Wezel, A., Soboksa, G., McClelland, S., Delespesse, F. Boissau, A. (2015). The blurred boundaries of ecological, sustainable, and agroecological intensification. A review. Agronomy for SustainableDevelopment. DOI 10.1007/s13593-015-0333-y

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Hughes, H.M., McClelland, S.C., Paustian, K., Schipanski, M.E., and Hillier, J. (in review). Modelling the soil carbon impacts of cover crops in temperate regions. Agriculture, Ecosystems, and Environment.