Peer-Reviewed Publications

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Dupraz, C.; Wolz, K.J.; Lecomte, I.; Talbot, G.; Vincent, G.; Mulia, R.; Bussière, F.; Ozier-Lafontaine, H.; Andrianarisoa, S.; Jackson, N.; Lawson, G.; Dones, N.; Sinoquet, H.; Lusiana, B.; Harja, D.; Domenicano, S.; Reyes, F.; Gosme, M.; Van Noordwijk, M. Hi-sAFe: A 3D Agroforestry Model for Integrating Dynamic Tree–Crop Interactions. Sustainability 2019, 11, 2293.


Keeley, K.O.; Wolz, K.J.; Adams, K.I.; Richards, J.H.; Hannum, E.; von Tscharner Fleming, S.; Ventura, S.J. Multi-Party Agroforestry: Emergent Approaches to Trees and Tenure on Farms in the Midwest USA. Sustainability 2019, 11, 2449


Revord, R.; Lovell, S.; Molnar, T.; Wolz, K.J.; Mattia, C. Germplasm Development of Underutilized Temperate U.S. Tree Crops. Sustainability 2019, 11, 1546.


Wolz KJ and DeLucia EH. 2018. Black walnut alley cropping is economically competitive with row crops in the Midwest USA. Ecological Applications 1-12.


Galleguillos N, Keeley K & Ventura S. 2018. Assessment of woodland grazing in Southwest Wisconsin. Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 260: 1–10.


Ellis JL & Wolz KJ. 2018. Vegetation of Tomlinson Pioneer Cemetery Prairie Nature Preserve, Champaign County, Illinois. Transactions of the Illinois State Academy of Science 111: 11–16.


Kranz AJ, Wolz KJ & Miller JR. 2018. Effects of shrub crop interplanting on apple pest ecology in a temperate agroforestry system. Agroforestry Systems: 1-11.


Wolz KJ, Branham BE & DeLucia EH. 2018. Reduced nitrogen losses after conversion of row crop agriculture to alley cropping with mixed fruit and nut trees. Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 258: 172–181.


Wolz KJ, Lovell ST, Branham BE, et al. 2018. Frontiers in alley cropping: transformative solutions for temperate agriculture. Global Change Biology 24: 883–894.


Wolz KJ and DeLucia EH. 2018. Alley cropping: Global patterns of species composition and function. Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 252: 61–68.


Lovell ST, Dupraz C, Gold M, et al. 2017. Temperate agroforestry research: considering multifunctional woody polycultures and the design of long-term field trials. Agroforestry Systems: 1–19.


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