Zachary Brecheisen
Zachary Brecheisen
Postdoctoral researcher, University of Oklahoma
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A self-powered, real-time, LoRaWAN IoT-based soil health monitoring system
SRJ Ramson, WD León-Salas, Z Brecheisen, EJ Foster, CT Johnston, ...
IEEE Internet of Things Journal 8 (11), 9278-9293, 2021
Loss of deep roots limits biogenic agents of soil development that are only partially restored by decades of forest regeneration
SA Billings, D Hirmas, PL Sullivan, CA Lehmeier, S Bagchi, K Min, ...
Elem Sci Anth 6, 34, 2018
Soil in the Anthropocene
DB Richter, AR Bacon, Z Brecheisen, ML Mobley
IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science 25 (1), 012010, 2015
Ideas and perspectives: Strengthening the biogeosciences in environmental research networks
DD Richter, SA Billings, PM Groffman, EF Kelly, KA Lohse, WH McDowell, ...
Biogeosciences 15 (15), 4815-4832, 2018
Soil production and the soil geomorphology legacy of Grove Karl Gilbert
DD Richter, MC Eppes, JC Austin, AR Bacon, SA Billings, Z Brecheisen, ...
Soil Science Society of America Journal 84 (1), 1-20, 2020
Gully-erosion estimation and terrain reconstruction using analyses of microtopographic roughness and LiDAR
ZS Brecheisen, DB Richter
Catena 202, 105264, 2021
Micro-topographic roughness analysis (MTRA) highlights minimally eroded terrain in a landscape severely impacted by historic agriculture
ZS Brecheisen, CW Cook, PR Heine, DB Richter
Remote Sensing of Environment 222, 78-89, 2019
Persistent anthropogenic legacies structure depth dependence of regenerating rooting systems and their functions
E Hauser, DD Richter, D Markewitz, Z Brecheisen, SA Billings
Biogeochemistry 147, 259-275, 2020
Development and deployment of a field-portable soil O2 and CO2 gas analyzer and sampler
ZS Brecheisen, CW Cook, PR Heine, J Ryang, DB Richter
PloS one 14 (8), e0220176, 2019
Carbon and oxygen isotope composition in soil carbon dioxide and free oxygen within deep Ultisols at the Calhoun CZO, South Carolina, USA
A Cherkinsky, Z Brecheisen, D Richter
Radiocarbon 60 (5), 1357-1366, 2018
Loss of deep roots limits biogenic agents of soil development that are only partially restored by decades of forest regeneration. Elem Sci Anth 6: 34
SA Billings, D Hirmas, PL Sullivan, CA Lehmeier, S Bagchi, K Min, ...
Ordering interfluves: a simple proposal for understanding critical zone evolution
ZS Brecheisen, DB Richter
Procedia Earth and Planetary Science 10, 77-81, 2014
Macro to Micro Legacies of Landuse at the Calhoun Critical Zone Observatory
ZS Brecheisen
Duke University, 2018
Quantitative analysis of hillshed geomorphology and critical zone function: Raising the hillshed to watershed status
ZS Brecheisen, DD Richter, S Moon, PN Halpin
Bulletin 134 (7-8), 2007-2021, 2022
The fast-changing climate reality of Arequipa, Peru
AG de Lima Moraes, AH Watkins, Z Brecheisen, LC Bowling, ...
International Journal of Climatology 43 (2), 979-995, 2023
Using Remote Sensing to Discover Historic Context of Human‐Environmental Water Resource Dynamics
Z Brecheisen, N Hamp‐Adams, A Tomasek, EJ Foster, T Filley, MV Soto, ...
Journal of Contemporary Water Research & Education 171 (1), 74-92, 2020
Using Cold War-Era Satellite Imagery to Inform Historic Land Cover Classification
N Hamp-Adams
The Journal of Purdue Undergraduate Research 10 (1), 43, 2020
Nexus Institute: Quantifying four decades of arid-region agricultural development in Arequipa, Peru using Landsat
Z Brecheisen, N Hamp-Adams, T Filley, E Bocardo Delgado, D Schulze
AGU Fall Meeting 2019, 2019
Estimation of LAI, fPAR and AGB based on data from Landsat 8 and LiDAR at the Calhoun CZO
T Majasalmi, S Palmroth, W Cook, Z Brecheisen, D Richter
Proceedings of the Calhoun CZO 2015 Summer Science Meeting, Union County, NC …, 2015
Throughout Earth’s mountainous terrain, forest productivity responses to aspect in the Anthropocene are migrating.
S Billings
AGU abstract, 2023
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