Ronald S. Zalesny, Ph.D.

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2003 Iowa State University, Ames, IA, United States 
Area:
Polymers, Materials Science
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Richard Brian Hall grad student 2003 Iowa State (Terrestrial Ecology Tree)
 (Genetic and environmental effects on rooting ability of dormant unrooted hybrid poplar cuttings.)
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Salehi A, Zalesny RS, Calagari M. (2023) Effects of urban wastewater application on growth, biomass, nutrition, and heavy-metal accumulation of L. "62/154," L. "20/45," (Dode) Guinier "92/40," and S.G. Gmel grown in heavy-metal contaminated soil. International Journal of Phytoremediation. 1-13
Ghezehei SB, Wright J, Zalesny RS, et al. (2020) Matching site-suitable poplars to rotation length for optimized productivity Forest Ecology and Management. 457: 117670
Pilipović A, Zalesny RS, Orlović S, et al. (2019) Growth and physiological responses of three poplar clones grown on soils artificially contaminated with heavy metals, diesel fuel, and herbicides. International Journal of Phytoremediation. 1-15
Pilipović A, Zalesny RS, Rončević S, et al. (2019) Growth, physiology, and phytoextraction potential of poplar and willow established in soils amended with heavy-metal contaminated, dredged river sediments. Journal of Environmental Management. 239: 352-365
Zalesny RS, Bauer EO. (2019) Genotypic variability and stability of poplars and willows grown onnitrate-contaminated soils. International Journal of Phytoremediation. 1-11
Clifton-Brown J, Harfouche A, Casler MD, et al. (2019) Breeding progress and preparedness for mass-scale deployment of perennial lignocellulosic biomass crops switchgrass, miscanthus, willow and poplar. Global Change Biology. Bioenergy. 11: 118-151
Zalesny RS, Stange CM, Birr BA. (2019) Survival, Height Growth, and Phytoextraction Potential of Hybrid Poplar and Russian Olive (Elaeagnus Angustifolia L.) Established on Soils Varying in Salinity in North Dakota, USA Forests. 10: 672
Rogers E, Zalesny R, Hallett R, et al. (2019) Relationships among Root–Shoot Ratio, Early Growth, and Health of Hybrid Poplar and Willow Clones Grown in Different Landfill Soils Forests. 10: 49
Headlee WL, Zalesny RS. (2019) Allometric Relationships for Aboveground Woody Biomass Differ Among Hybrid Poplar Genomic Groups and Clones in the North-Central USA Bioenergy Research. 12: 966-976
Zalesny RS, Headlee WL, Gopalakrishnan G, et al. (2019) Ecosystem services of poplar at long‐term phytoremediation sites in the Midwest and Southeast, United States Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Energy and Environment. 8
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