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Bondeson, F.A., J.W. Faulkner, & E.D. Roy. 2023. Performance of a compost aeration and heat recovery system at a commercial composting facility. Accepted. Journal of Ecological Engineering Design.


Betz, C., M.R. Ament, S.E. Hurley, & E.D. Roy. 2023. Nitrogen removal performance in roadside stormwater bioretention cells amended with drinking water treatment residuals. Accepted. Journal of Environmental Quality.

Porterfield, K.K, M. Scarborough, & E.D. Roy. 2023. Organics recycling tradeoffs: Biogas potential and microplastic content of mechanically depackaged food waste. ACS Sustainable Chemistry & Engineering 11(28): 10422-10429. [link]

Lancellotti, B., K. Underwood, J. Perdrial, C. Adair, A. Schroth, & E.D. Roy. 2023. Complex drivers of riparian soil oxygen variability revealed using self-organizing maps. Water Resources Research 59, e2022WR034022. [link]

Roy, E.D., A. Torizzo, M.L. Kubow, N. Nadkarni, T.M. Adler, M.F. Yandow, F.A. Bondeson, A.R.H. Wiegman, & D. Rizzo. 2023. Stormwater subsurface gravel wetland hydraulics, phosphorus retention, and chloride dynamics in cold climates. Accepted. Environmental Science: Water Research & Technology. [link]

Porterfield, K.K., S.A. Hobson, D.A. Neher, M.T. Niles, & E.D. Roy. 2023. Microplastics in composts, digestates, and food wastes: A review. Journal of Environmental Quality 52: 225-240. [link]

Chin, T.L., L. Beecraft, & M.S. Wetz. 2022. Phytoplankton biomass and community composition in three Texas estuaries differing in freshwater inflow regime. Estuarine, Coastal & Shelf Science 277: 108059. [link]

Roy, E.D., A.R.H. Wiegman, K.L. Underwood, & W.B. Bowden. 2022. Quantifying phosphorus retention in restored riparian wetlands of the Lake Champlain Basin (Technical Report No. 102). Grand Isle, VT: Lake Champlain Basin Program. [link]

Wiegman, A.R.H., G.H. Meyers, I.C. Augustin, M.L. Kubow, M.J. Fein-Cole, V.L. Perillo, D.S. Ross, W.B. Bowden, R.M. Diehl, K.L. Underwood, & E.D. Roy. 2022. Potential for soil legacy phosphorus release from restored riparian wetlands within an agricultural landscape. Biogeochemistry 161(2): 137-156. [link]

Stepenuck, K., E.D. Roy, K. Helmer, & J. Sleigh. 2022. Recreational boating, sewage production, and potential implications for phosphorus loading on Lake Champlain. Journal of Outdoor Recreation & Tourism 39: 100551. [link]

Ament, M.R., E.D. Roy, Y. Yuan, and S.E. Hurley. 2022. Phosphorus removal, metals dynamics, and hydraulics in stormwater bioretention systems amended with drinking water treatment residuals. Journal of Sustainable Water in the Built Environment 8(3): 04022003. [link]

Porterfield, K.K., D. VanOrnum, & E.D. Roy. 2022. Assessment of lime-conditioned dairy manure fine solids captured using dissolved air flotation for fertilization in horticulture. Journal of Environmental Quality 51(4): 580-588. [link]

Roy, E.D., & C.E. Horner. 2021. Carbon sequestration in agricultural soils. In Galford, G.L., Faulkner, J. et al. (Eds), The Vermont Climate Assessment 2021. Burlington, Vermont: Gund Institute for Environment at the University of Vermont. [link]

Porterfield, K.K., & E.D. Roy. 2021. Lake Carmi Watershed Phosphorus Study - Final Report. Submitted to the VT Department of Environmental Conservation. [link]

Ryals, R., E. Bischak, K.K. Porterfield, S. Heisey, J. Jeliazovski, S. Kramer, & S. Pierre. 2021. Toward zero hunger through coupled ecological sanitation-agriculture systems. Frontiers in Sustainable Food Systems 5: 716140. [link]

Roy, E.D., M. Esham, N. Jayathilake, M. Otoo, C. Koliba, I. Wijethunga, & M.J. Fein-Cole. 2021. Compost quality and markets are pivotal for sustainability in circular food-nutrient systems: A case study of Sri Lanka. Frontiers in Sustainable Food Systems 5: 748391. [link]

Ament, M.R., S.E. Hurley, M. Voorhees, E. Perkins, Y. Yuan, J.W. Faulkner, & E.D. Roy. 2021. Balancing hydraulic control and phosphorus removal in bioretention media amended with drinking water treatment residuals. ACS ES&T Water 1(3): 688-697. [link]

Roy, E.D., C.R. Hammond Wagner, & M.T. Niles. 2021. Hot spots of opportunity for improved cropland nitrogen management across the United States. Environmental Research Letters 16: 035004. [link] [story]

Conrad, Z., N. Tichenor Blackstone, & E.D. Roy. 2020. Healthy diets can create environmental trade-offs, depending on how diet quality is measured. Nutrition Journal 19: 117. [link] [story]

Bomeisl, L.P., C. Neill, S. Porder, C.E. Cerri, P. Brando, & E.D. Roy. 2020. Tropical soybean yield response to reduced or zero phosphorus fertilization depends on soils. Agrosystems, Geosciences & Environment 3(1): e20113. [link]

Porterfield, K.K., R. Joblin, D.A. Neher, M. Curtis, S. Dvorak, D.M. Rizzo, J. Faulkner, & E.D. Roy. 2020. Upcycling phosphorus recovered from anaerobically digested dairy manure to support production of vegetables and flowers. Sustainability 12: 1139. [link]

Porterfield, K.K., J. Faulkner, & E.D. Roy. 2020. Nutrient recovery from anaerobically digested dairy manure using dissolved air flotation (DAF). ACS Sustainable Chemistry & Engineering 8(4): 1964-1970. [link]

O'Brien, B.J., D.A. Neher, & E.D. Roy. 2020. Nutrient and pathogen suppression properties of anaerobic digestates from dairy manure and food waste feedstocks. Waste and Biomass Valorization 11: 6565-6573. [link] [PeerJ Preprint]

Hammond Wagner, C.R., M.T. Niles, & E.D. Roy. 2019. US county-level agricultural crop production typology. BMC Research Notes 12: 552. [link] [figshare data link]

O'Brien, B.J., E. Milligan, J. Carver, & E.D. Roy. 2019. Integrating anaerobic co-digestion of dairy manure and food waste with cultivation of edible mushrooms for nutrient recovery. Bioresource Technology 285: 121312. [link] [story]

Burger, J.R., J.H. Brown, J.W. Day, T.P. Flanagan, & E.D. Roy. 2019. The central role of energy in the urban transition: Global challenges for sustainability. BioPhysical Economics and Resource Quality 4: 5. [link] [arXiv Preprint] [Research Highlight in Nature Sustainability]

Conrad, Z., M.T. Niles, D.A. Neher, E.D Roy, N.E. Tichenor, & L. Jahns. 2018. Relationship between food waste, diet quality, and environmental sustainability. PLoS ONE 13(4): e0195405. [link] [Press release]

Wiegman, A., J.W. Day, C.F. D'Elia, J.S. Rutherford, J.T. Morris, E.D. Roy, R.R. Lane, D.E. Dismukes, & B.F. Snyder. 2018. Modeling impacts of sea-level rise, oil price, and management strategy on the costs of sustaining Mississippi delta marshes with hydraulic dredging. Science of the Total Environment 618: 1547-1559 [link]

Roy, E.D., E. Willig, L.A. Martinelli, P.D. Richards, F. Ferraz Vazquez, L. Pegorini, S. Spera, & S. Porder. 2017. Soil phosphorus sorption capacity after three decades of intensive fertilization in Mato Grosso, Brazil. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment 249: 206-214. [link]

Roy, E.D., N. Nguyen, & J.R. White. 2017. Changes in estuarine sediment phosphorus fractions during a large-scale Mississippi River diversion. Science of the Total Environment 609: 1248-1257. [link]

Roy, E.D. 2017. Phosphorus recovery and recycling with ecological engineering: a review. Ecological Engineering 98: 213-227. [link]

Roy, E.D., P.D. Richards, L.A. Martinelli, L. Della Coletta, S.R. Machado Lins, F. Ferraz Vazquez, E. Willig, S. Spera, L.K. VanWey, & S. Porder. 2016. The phosphorus cost of agricultural intensification in the tropics. Nature Plants 2: 16043. [link] [Press release]

Roy, E.D., E.A. Smith, S. Bargu, & J.R. White. 2016. Will Mississippi River diversions designed for coastal restoration cause harmful algal blooms? Ecological Engineering 91: 350-364. [link]

Day, J.W., C.A.S. Hall, E.D. Roy, M. Moerschbaecher, C. D'Elia, D. Pimentel, & A. Yáñez-Arancibia. 2016. America's most sustainable cities and regions: Surviving the 21st century megatrends. Springer. [link] [Excerpt published in ​Scientific American by J. Day and C. Hall]

Roy, E.D., J.R. White, & M. Seibert. 2014. Societal phosphorus metabolism in future coastal environments: Insights from recent trends in Louisiana, USA. Global Environmental Change 28: 1-13. [link]

Kolic, P.E., E.D. Roy, J.R. White, & R.L. Cook. 2014. Spectroscopic measurements of estuarine dissolved organic matter dynamics during a large-scale Mississippi River flood diversion. Science of the Total Environment 485: 518-527. [link]

Roy, E.D. & J.R. White. 2013. Measurements of nitrogen mineralization potential in wetland soils. In: R.D. DeLaune, K.R. Reddy, C.J. Richardson, and J.P. Megonigal (eds.), Methods in Biogeochemistry of Wetlands, Soil Science Society of America Book Series no. 10. pp. 465-472. [link]

Roy, E.D., A.T. Morzillo, F. Seijo, S.M.W. Reddy, J.M. Rhemtulla, J.C. Milder, T. Kuemmerle, & S.L. Martin. 2013. The elusive pursuit of interdisciplinarity at the human-environment interface. BioScience 63: 745-753. [link] [featured in BioScience editorial]

Roy, E.D., J.R. White, E.A. Smith, S. Bargu, & C. Li. 2013. Estuarine ecosystem response to three large-scale Mississippi River flood diversion events. Science of the Total Environment 458: 374-387. [link]

Roy, E.D. & J.R. White. 2012. Nitrate flux into the sediments of a shallow oligohaline estuary subjected to large flood pulses of Mississippi River water. Journal of Environmental Quality 41: 1549-1556. [link]

Zurita, F., E.D. Roy, & J.R. White. 2012. Municipal wastewater treatment in Mexico: current status and opportunities for employing ecological treatment systems. Environmental Technology 33: 1151-1158. [link]

Roy, E.D., N. Nguyen, S. Bargu, & J.R. White. 2012. Internal loading of phosphorus from sediments of Lake Pontchartrain (Louisiana, USA) with implications for eutrophication. Hydrobiologia 684: 69-82. [link]

Roy, E.D., J.F. Martin, E.G. Irwin, J.D. Conroy, & D.A. Culver. 2011. Living within dynamic social-ecological freshwater systems: system parameters and the role of ecological engineering. Ecological Engineering 37: 1661-1672. [link]

Roy, E.D., J.F. Martin, E.G. Irwin, J.D. Conroy, & D.A. Culver. 2010. Transient social-ecological stability: the effects of invasive species and ecosystem restoration on nutrient management compromise in Lake Erie. Ecology and Society 15(1): 20. [link]

Martin, J.F., E.D. Roy, S.A.W. Diemont, & B. Ferguson. 2010. Traditional ecological knowledge (TEK): ideas, inspiration, & designs for ecological engineering. Ecological Engineering 36: 839-849. [link]

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