Heather Karsten

Associate Professor of Crop Production/Ecology

Heather Karsten

Huck Affiliations

Publication Tags

Corn Forage Manure Nutrients Dairies Maize Rye No Tillage Planting Farms Cropping Practice Winter Cropping Systems Climate Soybeans Crops Watershed Nutrient Biomass Energy Dairy Farming Alfalfa Forage Production Crop Hydrology

Most Recent Papers

Double cropping and manure management mitigate the environmental impact of a dairy farm under present and future climate

José P. Castaño-Sánchez, Heather D. Karsten, Clarence Alan Rotz, 2022, Agricultural Systems

Does winter cereal rye seeding rate, termination time, and N rate impact no-till soybean?

Heidi K. Reed, Heather D. Karsten, 2022, Journal of Production Agriculture

Integrated weed management with reduced herbicides in a no-till dairy rotation

Haleigh Summers, Heather D. Karsten, William Curran, Glenna M. Malcolm, 2021, Journal of Production Agriculture on p. 3418-3433

Nitrous oxide emissions from manured, no-till corn systems

María A. Ponce de León, Curtis James Dell, Heather D. Karsten, 2021, Nutrient Cycling in Agroecosystems on p. 405-421

Assessing surface and subsurface transport of neonicotinoid insecticides from no-till crop fields

Sarah T. Frame, Kirsten A. Pearsons, Kyle R. Elkin, Louis S. Saporito, Heather E. Preisendanz, Heather D. Karsten, John F. Tooker, 2021, Journal of Environmental Quality on p. 476-484

Winter annual management to increase nutrient recovery and forage production on dairies

J. M. Binder, H. D. Karsten, Douglas Brian Beegle, C. J. Dell, 2021, Agrosystems, Geosciences and Environment

Management characteristics of Northeast US grass-fed beef production systems *

Jasmine A. Dillon, C. A.lan Rotz, Heather D. Karsten, 2020, Applied Animal Science on p. 715-730

Elevated atmospheric carbon dioxide effects on maize and alfalfa in the Northeast US

José P. Castaño-Sánchez, C. Alan Rotz, Heather D. Karsten, Armen R. Kemanian, 2020, Agricultural and Forest Meteorology

Manure injection and rye double cropping increased nutrient recovery and forage production

Jonathan M. Binder, Heather D. Karsten, Doug B. Beegle, Curtis James Dell, 2020, Journal of Production Agriculture on p. 2968-2977

A high-diversity/IPM cropping system fosters beneficial arthropod populations, limits invertebrate pests, and produces competitive maize yields

Anna K. Busch, Margaret R. Douglas, Glenna M. Malcolm, Heather D. Karsten, John F. Tooker, 2020, Agro-Ecosystems

Most-Cited Papers

Simulating hydrological and nonpoint source pollution processes in a karst watershed

M. G.Mostofa Amin, Tamie L. Veith, Amy S. Collick, Heather D. Karsten, Anthony R. Buda, 2017, Agricultural Water Management on p. 212-223

Projected climate and agronomic implications for corn production in the Northeastern United States

Rishi Prasad, Stephan Kpoti Gunn, Clarence Alan Rotz, Heather Karsten, Greg Roth, Anthony Buda, Anne M.K. Stoner, 2018, PLoS One

Planting Green Effects on Corn and Soybean Production

Heidi K. Reed, Heather D. Karsten, William S. Curran, John F. Tooker, Sjoerd W. Duiker, 2019, Journal of Production Agriculture on p. 2314-2325

Conservation dairy farming impact on water quality in a karst watershed in northeastern US

M. G.Mostofa Amin, Heather D. Karsten, Tamie L. Veith, Douglas B. Beegle, Peter J. Kleinman, 2018, Agricultural Systems on p. 187-196

Energy and greenhouse gas analysis of northeast U.S. dairy cropping systems

G. M. Malcolm, G. G.T. Camargo, V. A. Ishler, Thomas Lehman Richard, Heather D. Karsten, 2015, Agro-Ecosystems on p. 407-417

Isotopic composition of in situ soil NO<sub>x</sub> emissions in manure-fertilized cropland

David J. Miller, Jiajue Chai, Felix Guo, Curtis J. Dell, Heather Karsten, Meredith G. Hastings, 2018, Geophysical Research Letters on p. 12,058-12,066

Addressing the spatial disconnect between national-scale total maximum daily loads and localized land management decisions

Amin, M. G. Mostofa, M. G.Mostofa Amin, Tamie Veith, James S. Shortle, Heather D. Karsten, Peter J.A. Kleinman, Kleinman, Peter J. A., 2020, Journal of Environmental Quality on p. 613-627

A high-diversity/IPM cropping system fosters beneficial arthropod populations, limits invertebrate pests, and produces competitive maize yields

Anna K. Busch, Margaret R. Douglas, Glenna M. Malcolm, Heather D. Karsten, John F. Tooker, 2020, Agro-Ecosystems

Influence of dairy slurry manure application method, fall application- timing, and winter rye management on nitrogen conservation

Rachel A. Milliron, Heather D. Karsten, Douglas B. Beegle, 2019, Journal of Production Agriculture on p. 995-1009

Meeting the 'multi-' requirements in organic agriculture research

Mary Barbercheck, Nancy Ellen Kiernan, Andrew G. Hulting, Sjoerd Duiker, Jeffrey Hyde, Heather Karsten, Elsa Sanchez, 2012, Renewable Agriculture and Food Systems on p. 93-106