Robert G. Qualls
Robert G. Qualls
Emeritus Professor, University of Nevada
Verified email at unr.edu
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Biodegradability of dissolved organic matter in forest throughfall, soil solution, and stream water
RG Qualls, BL Haines
Soil Science Society of America Journal 56 (2), 578-586, 1992
7171992
UV inactivation of pathogenic and indicator microorganisms
JC Chang, SF Ossoff, DC Lobe, MH Dorfman, CM Dumais, RG Qualls, ...
Applied and environmental microbiology 49 (6), 1361-1365, 1985
6791985
Geochemistry of dissolved organic nutrients in water percolating through a forest ecosystem
RG Qualls, BL Haines
Soil Science Society of America Journal 55 (4), 1112-1123, 1991
5871991
Fluxes of dissolved organic nutrients and humic substances in a deciduous forest.
RG Qualls, BL Haines
Ecology 72, 254-66, 1991
5831991
The role of suspended particles in ultraviolet disinfection
RG Qualls, MP Flynn, JD Johnson
Journal (Water Pollution Control Federation), 1280-1285, 1983
2381983
Bioassay and dose measurement in UV disinfection
RG Qualls, JD Johnson
Applied and environmental microbiology 45 (3), 872-877, 1983
2191983
Comparison of the behavior of soluble organic and inorganic nutrients in forest soils
RG Qualls
Forest Ecology and Management 138 (1-3), 29-50, 2000
2082000
Effect of soil flooding on photosynthesis, carbohydrate partitioning and nutrient uptake in the invasive exotic Lepidium latifolium
H Chen, RG Qualls, RR Blank
Aquatic Botany 82 (4), 250-268, 2005
2052005
Factors controlling concentration, export, and decomposition of dissolved organic nutrients in the Everglades of Florida
RG Qualls, CJ Richardson
Biogeochemistry 62 (2), 197-229, 2003
2012003
Phosphorus enrichment affects litter decomposition, immobilization, and soil microbial phosphorus in wetland mesocosms
RG Qualls, CJ Richardson
Soil Science Society of America Journal 64 (2), 799-808, 2000
1772000
Adaptive responses of Lepidium latifolium to soil flooding: biomass allocation, adventitious rooting, aerenchyma formation and ethylene production
H Chen, RG Qualls, GC Miller
Environmental and Experimental Botany 48 (2), 119-128, 2002
1742002
Forms of soil phosphorus along a nutrient enrichment gradient in the northern Everglades
RG Qualls, CJ Richardson
Soil Science 160 (3), 183-198, 1995
1731995
Soluble organic and inorganic nutrient fluxes in clearcut and mature deciduous forests
RG Qualls, BL Haines, WT Swank, SW Tyler
Soil Science Society of America Journal. 64: 1068-1077., 2000
1712000
Effects of increased atmospheric CO 2, temperature, and soil N availability on root exudation of dissolved organic carbon by a N-fixing tree (Robinia pseudoacacia L.)
SM Uselman, RG Qualls, RB Thomas
Plant and soil 222 (1), 191-202, 2000
1492000
Forest floor carbon and nitrogen losses due to prescription fire
TG Caldwell, DW Johnson, WW Miller, RG Qualls
Soil Science Society of America Journal 66 (1), 262-267, 2002
1412002
Retention of soluble organic nutrients by a forested ecosystem
RG Qualls, BL Haines, WT Swank, SW Tyler
Biogeochemistry 61, 135-171, 2002
1322002
Predictive models for phosphorus retention in wetlands
CJ Richardson, S Qian, CB Craft, RG Qualls
Wetlands Ecology and Management 4 (3), 159-175, 1996
1321996
Factors controlling sensitivity in ultraviolet disinfection of secondary effluents
RG Qualls, SF Ossoff, JCH Chang, MH Dorfman, CM Dumais, DC Lobe, ...
Journal (Water Pollution Control Federation), 1006-1011, 1985
1091985
Estimating ecological thresholds for phosphorus in the Everglades
CJ Richardson, RS King, SS Qian, P Vaithiyanathan, RG Qualls, CA Stow
Environmental science & technology 41 (23), 8084-8091, 2007
1022007
Kinetics of the short-term consumption of chlorine by fulvic acid
RG Qualls, JD Johnson
Environmental science & technology 17 (11), 692-698, 1983
951983
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