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Agriculture and Land Use:

Emery I, Mueller S, Qin Z, Dunn JB. Evaluating the potential of marginal land for cellulosic feedstock production and carbon sequestration in the United States. Environmental Science and Technology 51(1): 733-741, 2017

Corinne Cooley and Isaac Emery. Ecosystem services from urban agriculture in the city of the future. In: Sowing Seeds in the City. Brown S, McIvor K, Hodges E (Eds). New York, NY, Springer. 1:1-22, 2016

Isaac Emery and Sally Brown. Lettuce to reduce greenhouse gases: A comparative life cycle assessment of conventional and community agriculture. In: Sowing Seeds in the City. Brown S, McIvor K, Hodges E (Eds). New York, NY, Springer. 12:161-169, 2016

Kelliher FM, Sedcole JR, Emery I, Condron LM.  Grassland soil microbial respiration responses to urea and litter applications.  New Zealand Journal of Agricultural Research, 50, 2007

Biomass and Biofuels:

Emery I, Mbonimpa E, and Thal AE. Climate-based policies may increase life-cycle social costs of vehicle fleet operation. Energy Policy 101: 1-9, 2017

Athmanathan A, Emery I, Kuczek T, Mosier N. Impact of temperature, moisture & storage duration on the chemical composition of switchgrass, corn stover, and sweet sorghum bagasse. BioEnergy Research, 8(2), 2015

Emery I, Dunn JB, Han J, and Wang M. Biomass storage options influence net energy and emissions of cellulosic ethanol. BioEnergy Research, 8(2), 2015

Isaac Emery and Nathan Mosier. Direct emission of methane and nitrous oxide from switchgrass and corn stover: Implications for large-scale biomass storage. GCB Bioenergy, 7(4), 2015

Isaac Emery and Nathan Mosier. The impact of dry matter loss during herbaceous biomass storage on net greenhouse gas emissions from biofuels production. Biomass and Bioenergy 39: 237-246, 2012

Ph.D. Dissertation, “Direct and indirect greenhouse gas emissions during biomass storage: Implications for life cycle assessment of biofuels,” (2013), available via Open Access at PQDT Open

Mechanisms of Atherosclerosis:

Farris S, Hu J H, Krishnan R, Emery I, Chu T, Du L, Kremen M, Dichek H L, Gold E, Ramsey S, Dichek D A. Mechanisms of urokinase plasminogen activator (uPA)-mediated atherosclerosis: Role of the uPA receptor and S100A8/A9 proteins. J Biol Chem. 286(25):22665-77, 2011

Krishnan R, Kremen M, Hu J H, Emery I, Farris S D, Slezicki K I, Chu T, Du L, Dichek H L, Dichek D A. Level of Macrophage uPA Expression Is an Important Determinant of Atherosclerotic Lesion Growth in Apoe -/- Mice. Arterioscler Thromb Vasc Biol 29, 2009

Kremen M, Ranjini K, Emery I, Hu J, Slezicki K, Wu A, Qian K, Du L, Plawman A, Stempien-Otero A, Dichek D.  Plasminogen mediates the atherogenic effects of macrophage-expressed urokinase and accelerates atherosclerosis in apoE-null mice. PNAS, 105(44), 2008


Withers G S, Wallace C S, Gibbs E, Emery I, Applegate M L. Synapses on demand require dendrites at the ready: How defining stages of dendritic development in vitro could inform studies of behaviorally driven information storage in the brain. Dev Psychobiol 53: 443-455, 2011

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