Profile – Sylvie Brouder

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Name:

Sylvie Brouder

Job Title:

Professor of Agronomy, Wickersham Chair of Excellence in Agricultural Research

Email:

sbrouder@purdue.edu

Links:

Google Scholar Profile

Biography:

Design/implementation/statistical analysis of field and controlled environment experiments on nutrient budgets and soil-plant nutrient cycling process in cropping systems including sampling strategies and designs for spatio-temporal considerations, environmental C and N losses and crop nutrient use efficiency. Evaluation of agroecosystem viability / sustainability with emphasis on soil, air and water quality ecosystem services in a changing climate. Examination of rooting dynamics, the root-soil interface and root/shoot ecophysiology and linkages to genetic basis of abiotic stress tolerance. Multivariate statistical approaches to analysis of soil health and environmental data sets. Analysis of scientific outputs (from science domains, research portfolios, etc.) for quality and inference space including relevance to smallholder farmers and usefulness in policy and management recommendation development.

Research Areas:

  • Agro-ecology
  • Plant nutrition

Current N-related Projects:

  • N cycling in agro-ecosystems

Bibliography:

 

Dierking, R., Allen, D., Cunningham, S., Brouder, S., Volenec, J. 2017. Nitrogen reserve pools in two Miscanthus giganteus genotypes under contrasting N managements. Frontiers in Plant Science.

Brouder, S.M., Volenec, J.J. Future climate change and plant macro-nutrient use efficiency. 2017.In Plant macro-nutrient use efficiency: Molecular and genomic perspectives. Hossain, M.A., Kamiya, T., Burrit, D.J., Phan Tran, L.-S., Fujiwara, T. (eds.). Elsevier. Pp. 357-379.

Dierking, R.M., Allen, D.J., Brouder, S.M. Volenec, J.J. 2016. Yield, biomass composition, and N use efficiency during establishment of four Miscanthus × giganteus genotypes as influenced by N management. Biomass and Bioenergy. 91:98-107.

Brouder, S.M., and R.F. Turco. 2014. Soil Nitrogen and Carbon Cycling. Encycl. of Natural Resources. Ed. Y.Q. Wang. Taylor and Francis Encyclopedia Program.

Ale, S., L.C. Bowling, M.A. Youssef, S.M. Brouder. 2012. Evaluation of simulated strategies for reducing nitrate-N losses through subsurface drainage systems. J. Environ. Qual. 41:217-228.

Adeuya, R., N. Utt, J. Frankenberger, L. Bowling, E. Kladivko, S. Brouder, B. Carter. 2012. Impacts of drainage water management on subsurface drain flow, nitrate concentration, and nitrate loads in Indiana. J. Soil Water Conserv. 2012 67(6):167A-172A.

Hernandez-Ramirez, G., S.M. Brouder, D.R. Smith, G.E. Van Scoyoc. 2011. Nitrogen partitioning and utilization in corn cropping systems: rotation, N-source, and N timing. European J Agron. 34:190-195.

Hernandez-Ramirez, G., S.M. Brouder, M.D. Ruark, R.F. Turco. 2011. Nitrate, phosphate, and ammonium loads at subsurface drains in the eastern cornbelt: Agroecosystem and nitrogen management. J. Environ. Qual. 40:1229-1240.

Berg, W., S. Cunningham, S. Brouder, B. Joern, K. Johnson, J. Volenec. 2009. Influence of phosphorus and potassium on alfalfa yield, taproot C and N pools, and transcript levels of key genes after defoliation. Crop Sci. 49:974-982.

Hernandez-Ramirez, G., S.M. Brouder, D.R. Smith, G.E. Van Scoyoc and Greg Michalski. 2009. Nitrous oxide production in an Eastern Corn Belt soil: Sources and redox range. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. 73:1182-1191.

Hernandez-Ramirez, G., S.M. Brouder, D.R. Smith, and G.E. Van Scoyoc. 2009. Greenhouse gas fluxes in an Eastern Corn Belt soil: Weather, N source and rotation. J. Environ. Qual. 38: 841-854.

Hernandez-Ramirez, G., S.M. Brouder, D.R. Smith, and G.E. Van Scoyoc. 2009. Carbon and nitrogen dynamics in an eastern corn belt soil: N Source and Rotation. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. 73:128-137.

Brouder, S.M., J.J. Volenec, R. Turco, D.R. Smith, G. Ejeta. 2009. Nutrient-use efficiency in bioenergy cropping systems: Critical research questions. Keynote Address. In. Proc. of the XVI International Plant Nutrition Colloquium: Plant Nutrition for Sustainable Development and Global Health, Aug. 26-30, Sacramento, CA. 9 pp. http://www.escholarship.org/uc/item/0444k0tp?query=Brouder.

Brouder, S.M. and J.J. Volenec. 2008. Impact of climate change on crop nutrient and water use efficiencies. Physiologia Plantarum. 133:705-724.

Brouder, S.M., and J.J. Volenec. 2007. Impact of climate change on crop nutrient and water use efficiencies. In Proc. 609 of the Intern. Fertilizer Soc., December 2007, York, UK. 32 pp. ISBN Number 978-0-85310-246-5.

Scharf, P.C., S.M. Brouder, and R.G. Hoeft. 2006. Chlorophyll meter readings can predict nitrogen need and yield response of corn in the North-Central USA. Agron. J. 98:655-665.

Linquist, B.A., S.M. Brouder, and J.E. Hill. 2006. Winter straw management effects on soil nitrogen dynamics in California rice systems. Agron. J. 98:1050-1059.

Hofmann, B.S., S.M. Brouder, and R. Turco. 2004. Tile spacing impacts on Zea mays. L. yield and drainage water nitrate load. J. Ecol. Engineering. 23:251-267.

Eagle, A.J., J.A. Bird, W.R. Horwath, B.A. Linquist, S.M. Brouder, J.A. Hill, and C. van Kessel. 2000. Rice yield and nitrogen utilization efficiency under alternative straw management practices. Agron. J. 92:1096-1103.

Brouder, S.M., D.B. Mengel, and B.S. Hofmann. 2000. Diagnostic efficiency of the blacklayer stalk nitrate and grain N tests for corn. Agron. J. 92:1236-1247.

Brouder, S.M., and K.G. Cassman. 1994. Cotton root and shoot response to localized supply of nitrate, phosphate, and potassium: Split-pot studies with nutrient solution and vermiculitic soil. Plant Soil 161: 179-193.