Jason Kaye

Chair of the Intercollege Graduate Degree Program in Ecology; Professor of Soil Biogeochemistry

Jason Kaye

Research Summary

Ecosystem ecology; global change biology; biogeochemistry of nitrogen and carbon cycling in managed and unmanaged ecosystems.

Huck Affiliations


Publication Tags

Soil Nitrogen Carbon Ecosystem Nitrous Oxide Water Corn Shale Cover Crops Temperature Soils Weathering Climate Ecosystem Services Minerals Growing Season Bedrock Rhizosphere Maize Forests Enzyme Activity Ammonia Regolith Saturation Effect

Most Recent Papers

Exploring the Effect of Aspect to Inform Future Earthcasts of Climate-Driven Changes in Weathering of Shale

P. L. Sullivan, Y. Goddéris, Yuning Shi, X. Gu, J. Schott, E. A. Hasenmueller, Jason Philip Kaye, C. Duffy, L. Jin, Susan Louise Brantley, 2019, Journal of Geophysical Research: Earth Surface on p. 974-993

Managing nitrogen through cover crop species selection in the U.S. Mid-Atlantic

Jason Philip Kaye, Denise Finney, Charles Macaulay White, Brosi Bradley, Meagan Schipanski, Maria Alonso-Ayuso, Mitch Hunter, Mac Burgess, Catalina Mejia, 2019, PloS one

Controls on nitrogen transformation rates on restored floodplains along the Cosumnes River, California

B. Hoagland, C. Schmidt, Tess Alethea Russo, R. Adams, Jason Philip Kaye, 2019, Science of the Total Environment on p. 979-994

Cover crop species affect mycorrhizae-mediated nutrient uptake and pest resistance in maize

Ebony G. Murrell, Swayamjit Ray, Mary E. Lemmon, Dawn S. Luthe, Jason Philip Kaye, 2019, Renewable Agriculture and Food Systems

Growing degree days and cover crop type explain weed biomass in winter cover crops

Barbara Baraibar, David Mortensen, Mitchell C. Hunter, Mary Ellen Barbercheck, Jason Philip Kaye, Denise M. Finney, William Curran, Jess Bunchek, Charles Macaulay White, 2018, Agronomy for Sustainable Development

Nitrogen Budget and Topographic Controls on Nitrous Oxide in a Shale-Based Watershed

Julie N. Weitzman, Jason Philip Kaye, 2018, Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences on p. 1888-1908

The effect of lithology and agriculture at the susquehanna shale hills critical zone observatory

Li Li, Roman Alexander Dibiase, Joanmarie Del Vecchio, Virginia Marcon, Beth Hoagland, Dacheng Xiao, Callum Wayman, Qicheng Tang, Yuting He, Perri Silverhart, Ismaiel Szink, Brandon Robert Forsythe, Jennifer Zan Williams, Danny Shapich, Gregory J. Mount, Jason Philip Kaye, Li Guo, Hangsheng Lin, David Eissenstat, Ashlee Dere, Kristen Brubaker, Margot Wilkinson Kaye, Kenneth James Davis, Tess Alethea Russo, Susan Louise Brantley, 2018, Vadose Zone Journal

Susquehanna shale hills critical zone observatory

Susan Louise Brantley, Timothy Stapler White, Nicole West, Jennifer Zan Williams, Brandon Robert Forsythe, Danny Shapich, Jason Philip Kaye, Hangsheng Lin, Yuning Shi, Margot Wilkinson Kaye, Elizabeth Herndon, Kenneth James Davis, Yuting He, David Eissenstat, Julie Weitzman, Roman Alexander Dibiase, Li Li, Warren Reed, Kristen Brubaker, Xin Gu, 2018, Vadose Zone Journal

Weathering of rock to regolith

Elizabeth A. Hasenmueller, Xin Gu, Julie N. Weitzman, Thomas Adams, Gary E. Stinchcomb, David Eissenstat, Patrick Joseph Drohan, Susan Louise Brantley, Jason Philip Kaye, 2017, Geoderma on p. 11-31

Rhizosphere priming and plant-mediated cover crop decomposition

Steven T. Rosenzweig, Meagan E. Schipanski, Jason Philip Kaye, 2017, Plant and Soil on p. 127-139

High-Impact Papers

An integrated conceptual framework for long-term social-ecological research

Scott L. Collins, Stephen R. Carpenter, Scott M. Swinton, Daniel E. Orenstein, Daniel L. Childers, Ted L. Gragson, Nancy B. Grimm, Grove J. Morgan, Sharon L. Harlan, Jason Philip Kaye, Alan K. Knapp, Gary P. Kofinas, John J. Magnuson, William H. McDowell, John M. Melack, Laura A. Ogden, Robertson G. Philip, Melinda D. Smith, Ali C. Whitmer, 2011, Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment on p. 351-357

A framework for evaluating ecosystem services provided by cover crops in agroecosystems

Meagan E. Schipanski, Mary Ellen Barbercheck, Margaret R. Douglas, Denise M. Finney, Kristin Haider, Jason Philip Kaye, Armen Ricardo Kemanian, David Mortensen, Matthew R. Ryan, John Frazier Tooker, Charles Macaulay White, 2014, Agricultural Systems on p. 12-22

Carbon and water fluxes from ponderosa pine forests disturbed by wildfire and thinning

S. Dore, T. E. Kolb, M. Montes-Helu, S. E. Eckert, B. W. Sullivan, B. A. Hungate, Jason Philip Kaye, S. C. Hart, G. W. Koch, A. Finkral, 2010, Ecological Applications on p. 663-683

Hydrological and biogeochemical controls on the timing and magnitude of nitrous oxide flux across an agricultural landscape

Michael J. Castellano, John P. Schmidt, Jason Philip Kaye, Charles Walker, Chris B. Graham, Hangsheng Lin, Curtis James Dell, 2010, Global Change Biology on p. 2711-2720

Biomass production and carbon/nitrogen ratio influence ecosystem services from cover crop mixtures

Denise M. Finney, Charles Macaulay White, Jason Philip Kaye, 2016, Agronomy Journal on p. 39-52

Soil greenhouse gas and ammonia emissions in long-term maize-based cropping systems

M. A A Adviento-Borbe, Jason Philip Kaye, Maryann Victoria Bruns, M. D. McDaniel, M. McCoy, S. Harkcom, 2010, Soil Science Society of America Journal on p. 1623-1634

Linking Carbon Saturation Concepts to Nitrogen Saturation and Retention

Michael J. Castellano, Jason Philip Kaye, Hangsheng Lin, John P. Schmidt, 2012, Ecosystems on p. 175-187

Ecosystem response to nutrient enrichment across an urban airshed in the Sonoran Desert

Sharon J. Hall, Ryan A. Sponseller, Nancy B. Grimm, David Huber, Jason Philip Kaye, Christopher Clark, Scott L. Collins, 2011, Ecological Applications on p. 640-660

Increased temperature and precipitation had limited effects on soil extracellular enzyme activities in a post-harvest forest

M. D. McDaniel, Jason Philip Kaye, Margot Wilkinson Kaye, 2013, Soil Biology and Biochemistry on p. 90-98

Optimizing vetch nitrogen production and corn nitrogen accumulation under no-till management

Justine C. Cook, Robert S. Gallagher, Jason Philip Kaye, Jonathan Paul Lynch, Brosi Bradley, 2010, Agronomy Journal on p. 1491-1499