Gabriel Maltais-Landry
Gabriel Maltais-Landry
Assistant Professor - University of Florida
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Nitrogen transformations and retention in planted and artificially aerated constructed wetlands
G Maltais-Landry, R Maranger, J Brisson, F Chazarenc
Water research 43 (2), 535-545, 2009
Effect of artificial aeration and macrophyte species on nitrogen cycling and gas flux in constructed wetlands
G Maltais-Landry, R Maranger, J Brisson
Ecological Engineering 35 (2), 221-229, 2009
Greenhouse gas production and efficiency of planted and artificially aerated constructed wetlands
G Maltais-Landry, R Maranger, J Brisson, F Chazarenc
Environmental Pollution 157 (3), 748-754, 2009
Effects of artificial aeration, macrophyte species, and loading rate on removal efficiency in constructed wetland mesocosms treating fish farm wastewater
G Maltais-Landry, F Chazarenc, Y Comeau, S Troesch, J Brisson
Journal of Environmental Engineering and Science 6 (4), 409-414, 2007
Treatment of hydroponics wastewater using constructed wetlands in winter conditions
V Gagnon, G Maltais-Landry, J Puigagut, F Chazarenc, J Brisson
Water, Air, & Soil Pollution 212 (1), 483-490, 2010
Legumes have a greater effect on rhizosphere properties (pH, organic acids and enzyme activity) but a smaller impact on soil P compared to other cover crops
G Maltais-Landry
Plant and soil 394 (1), 139-154, 2015
Evaluating the contribution of weather to maize and wheat yield trends in 12 US counties
G Maltais‐Landry, DB Lobell
Agronomy journal 104 (2), 301-311, 2012
Soil phosphorus mobilization in the rhizosphere of cover crops has little effect on phosphorus cycling in California agricultural soils
G Maltais-Landry, K Scow, E Brennan
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 78, 255-262, 2014
Effect of loading rate on performance of constructed wetlands treating an anaerobic supernatant
F Chazarenc, G Maltais-Landry, S Troesch, Y Comeau, J Brisson
Water science and technology 56 (3), 23-29, 2007
Similar phosphorus transfer from cover crop residues and water-soluble mineral fertilizer to soils and a subsequent crop
G Maltais-Landry, E Frossard
Plant and soil 393 (1), 193-205, 2015
Higher flexibility in input N: P ratios results in more balanced phosphorus budgets in two long-term experimental agroecosystems
G Maltais-Landry, K Scow, E Brennan, E Torbert, P Vitousek
Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 223, 197-210, 2016
Long‐term effects of compost and cover crops on soil phosphorus in two California agroecosystems
G Maltais-Landry, K Scow, E Brennan, P Vitousek
Soil Science Society of America Journal 79 (2), 688-697, 2015
Firm-level ecosystem service valuation using mechanistic biogeochemical modeling and functional substitutability
SD Comello, G Maltais-Landry, BR Schwegler, MD Lepech
Ecological Economics 100, 63-73, 2014
Assessing the sensitivity and repeatability of permanganate oxidizable carbon as a soil health metric: An interlab comparison across soils
J Wade, G Maltais-Landry, DE Lucas, G Bongiorno, TM Bowles, ...
Geoderma 366, 114235, 2020
Protection from wintertime rainfall reduces nutrient losses and greenhouse gas emissions during the decomposition of poultry and horse manure-based amendments
G Maltais-Landry, K Neufeld, D Poon, N Grant, Z Nesic, S Smukler
Journal of the Air & Waste Management Association 68 (4), 377-388, 2018
Greater Impacts of Incubation Temperature and Moisture on Carbon and Nitrogen Cycling in Poultry Relative to Horse Manure‐based Soil Amendments
G Maltais‐Landry, N Bertoni, W Valley, N Grant, Z Nesic, SM Smukler
Journal of environmental quality 47 (4), 914-921, 2018
Are ciliated protozoa communities affected by macrophyte species, date of sampling and location in horizontal sub-surface flow constructed wetlands?
J Puigagut, G Maltais-Landry, V Gagnon, J Brisson
Water research 46 (9), 3005-3013, 2012
Hybrid systems combining manures and cover crops can substantially reduce nitrogen fertilizer use
G Maltais-Landry, TE Crews
Agroecology and Sustainable Food Systems 44 (6), 683-695, 2020
Food-Based Composts Provide More Soil Fertility Benefits Than Cow Manure-Based Composts in Sandy Soils
A Kelley, AC Wilkie, G Maltais-Landry
Agriculture 10 (3), 69, 2020
Greater Nitrogen Availability, Nitrous Oxide Emissions, and Vegetable Yields with Fall-Applied Chicken Relative to Horse Manure
G Maltais-Landry, Z Nesic, N Grant, B Thompson, SM Smukler
Agronomy 9 (8), 444, 2019
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