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Journal Publications

2019:

Adi, S. H., & Grunwald, S. (2019). Integrative environmental modeling of soil carbon fractions based on a new latent variable model approach. Science of The Total Environment, 134566, 1–15. doi.org/10.1016/j.scitotenv.2019.134566

Demattê, J. A. M., Dotto, A. C., Paiva, A. F. S., Sato, M. V., Dalmolin, R. S. D., de Araújo, M. do S. B., Grunwald, S.  .… & do Couto, H. T. Z. (2019). The Brazilian Soil Spectral Library (BSSL): A general view, application and challenges. Geoderma, 354(113793), 1–21. doi.org/10.1016/j.geoderma.2019.05.043

Keskin H., S. Grunwald, & W. Harris. 2019. Digital mapping of soil carbon fractions with machine learning. Geoderma 339: 40-58. doi:10.1016/j.geoderma.2018.12.037

Mizuta, K. S. Grunwald, M.A. Phillips, W.P. Cropper Jr., W.S. Lee, & G.M. Vasques. New indication method using pedo-econometric approach. Data Envelopment Analysis Journal 4(2): 207-241. doi:10.1561/103.00000028

Ross, C. W., Grunwald, S., Vogel, J. G., Markewitz, D., Jokela, E. J., Martin, T. A., … Xiong, X. (2019). Accounting for two-billion tons of stabilized soil carbon. Science of The Total Environment, 134615, 1–11. doi.org/10.1016/j.scitotenv.2019.134615

2018:

Ardelt, M., & Grunwald, S. (2018). The importance of self-reflection and awareness for human development in hard times. Research in Human Development, 1–13. doi.org/10.1080/15427609.2018.1489098 (pdf)

Clingensmith C.M.*, S. Grunwald and S.P. Wani. 2018. Evaluation of calibration subsetting and new chemometric methods on the spectral prediction of key soil properties in a data-limited environment. European J. of Soil Science. doi:10.1111/ejss.12753 (pdf)

Dotto A.C., R.S.D. Dalmolin, A. ten Caten, S. Grunwald. 2018. A systematic study on the application of scatter-corrective and spectral-derivative preprocessing for multivariate prediction of soil organic carbon by Vis-NIR spectra. Geoderma 314: 262-274. doi:10.1016/j.geoderma.2017.11.006 (pdf)

Grunwald S., C. Yu and X. Xiong. 2018. Transferability and scalability of total soil carbon prediction models in Florida, USA. Pedosphere J. 28(6): 856-872. doi:10.1016/S1002-0160(18)60048-7 (pdf)

Keskin H. and S. Grunwald. 2018. Regression kriging as a workhorse in the digital soil mapper’s toolbox. Geoderma 326: 22-41. doi:10.1016/j.geoderma.2018.04.004 (pdf)

Knox N. and S. Grunwald. 2018. Total soil carbon assessment – Linking field, lab, and landscape through VNIR modelling. Landscape Ecology 33: 2137-2152 doi:10.1007/s10980-018-0729-6 (pdf)

Mizuta K, S. Grunwald and M.A. Phillips. 2018. A new soil index development and integration with econometric theory. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. 82: 1017-1032. doi:10.2136/sssaj2017.11.0378 (pdf)

Xu Y., S.E. Smith, S. Grunwald, A. Abd-Elrahman, S.P. Wani and V.D. Nair. 2018. Estimating soil total nitrogen in smallholder farm settings using remote sensing spectral indices and regression kriging. Catena 163: 111-122. doi:10.1016/j.catena.2017.12.011 (pdf)

Xu Y., S.E. Smith, S. Grunwald, A. Abd-Elrahman and S.P. Wani. 2018. Effects of image pansharpening on soil total nitrogen prediction models in South India. Geoderma 320: 52-66. doi.org/10.1016/j/geoderma.2018.01.017 (pdf)

2017:

Chaikaew P., A. Hodges and S. Grunwald. 2017. Estimating the value of ecosystem services in a mixed-use watershed: a choice experiment approach. Ecosystem Services J. 23(2017), 228-237. doi.org/10.1016/j.ecoser.2016.12.015. (pdf)

Dotto A.C., R.S.D. Dalmolin, S. Grunwald, A. ten Caten and W.P. Filho. 2017. Two preprocessing techniques for reducing model covariables in soil property prediction by Vis-NIR spectroscopy.  Soil & Tillage Res. 172: 59-68. doi:10.1016/j.still.2017.05.008. (pdf)

Merrill H.R., S. Grunwald and N. Bliznyuk. 2017. Semiparametric regression models for spatial prediction and uncertainty quantification of soil attributes. Stoch. Environ. Res. Risk Assess. J., 1-13. doi:10.1007/s00477-016-1337-0. (pdf)

Pinheiro E.F.M., M.B. Ceddia, C.M. Clingensmith, S. Grunwald and G.M. Vasques. 2017. Prediction of soil physical and chemical properties by visible and near-infrared diffuse reflectance spectroscopy in the Central Amazon. J. of Remote Sensing, 9(293): 1-22. doi:10.3390/rs9040293. (pdf)

Xu Y., S.E. Smith, S. Grunwald, A. Abd-Elrahman and S. Wani. 2017. Incorporation of satellite remote sensing pan-sharpened imagery into digital soil prediction and mapping models to characterize soil property variability in small agricultural fields. ISPRS J. of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing 123, 1-19. doi.org/10.1016/j.isprsjprs.2016.11.001. (pdf)

Xu Y., S.E. Smith, S. Grunwald, A. Abd-Elrahman and S. Wani. 2017. Evaluating the effect of remote sensing image spatial resolution on soil exchangeable potassium prediction models in smallholder farm settings of Environmental Management 200, 423-433. doi:10.1016/j.jenvman.2017.06.017. (pdf)

Xu Y., S.E. Smith, S. Grunwald, A. Abd-Elrahman, S. Wani and V.D. Nair. 2017. Spatial downscaling of soil prediction models based on weighted generalized additive models in smallholder farm settings. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment J. 189: 502. doi:10.1007/s10661-017-6212-z (pdf)

2016:

Kim J. and S. Grunwald. 2016. Assessment of carbon stocks in the topsoil using Random Forest and remote sensing images. J. of Env. Qual. 45, 1910-1918. doi:10.2134/jeq2016.03.0076. (pdf)

Rhodes E.M., O.E. Liburd and S. Grunwald. 2016. Examining the relationship between flower thrips (Thysanoptera: Thripidae) spatial distribution and blueberry (Ericales: Ericaeceae) flower density. Florida Entomologist, 99 (1): 128-129. (pdf)

Ross, C.W., S. Grunwald, D.B. Myers and X. Xiong. 2016. Land use, land use change and soil carbon sequestration in the St. Johns River Basin, Florida, USA. Geoderma Reg. 7, 19–28. doi:10.1016/j.geodrs.2015.12.001. (pdf)

Viscarra Rossel, R.A., T. Behrens, E. Ben-Dor, D.J. Brown, J.A.M. Demattê, K.D. Shepherd, Z. Shi, B. Stenberg, A. Stevens, V. Adamchuk, H. Aïchi, B.G. Barthès, H.M. Bartholomeus, A.D. Bayer, M. Bernoux, K. Böttcher, L. Brodský, C.W. Du, A. Chappell, Y. Fouad, V. Genot, C. Gomez, S. Grunwald, A. Gubler, C. Guerrero, C.B. Hedley, M. Knadel, H.J.M. Morrás, M. Nocita, L. Ramirez-Lopez, P. Roudier, E.M.R. Campos, P. Sanborn, V.M. Sellitto, K.A. Sudduth, B.G. Rawlins, C. Walter, L.A. Winowiecki, S.Y. Hong and W. Ji. 2016. A global spectral library to characterize the world’s soil. Earth-Sci. Rev. 155, 198–230. doi:10.1016/j.earscirev.2016.01.012. (pdf). This paper won the Pedometrics 2016 Best Paper award of the International Union of Soil Sciences. 

Xiong, X., Grunwald, S., Corstanje, R., Yu, C., Bliznyuk, N., 2016. Scale-dependent variability of soil organic carbon coupled to land use and land cover. Soil Tillage Res. 160, 101–109. doi:10.1016/j.still.2016.03.001. (pdf)

2015:

Grunwald S., G.M. Vasques and R.G. Rivero. 2015. Fusion of soil and remote sensing data to model soil properties. In: Sparks, D.L. (Ed.), Advances in Agronomy, Vol. 131, pp. 1–109. (pdf available per request or Research Gate)

Hong J., S. Grunwald and G.M. Vasques. 2015. Soil phosphorus landscape models for precision soil conservation. J. Env. Qual. doi:10.2134/jeq2014.09.0379. (pdf)

Peng Y., X. Xiong, K. Adhikari, M. Knadel, S. Grunwald and  M.H. Greve. 2015. Modeling soil organic carbon at regional scale by combining multi-spectral images with laboratory spectra. PlosOne 10(11): e0142295.doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0142295. (pdf)

Knox N. M., S. Grunwald, M.L. McDowell, G.L.  Bruland, D.B. Myers, W.G. Harris. 2015. Modelling soil carbon fractions with VNIR and MIR spectroscopy. Geoderma 239-240: 229-239. (pdf)

Kwon H.Y. and S. Grunwald. 2015. Inverse modeling of CO2 evolved during laboratory soil incubations to link conceptual pools in CENTURY model with directly measured soil properties. Soil Science 180(1): 28-32 (pdf available per request or Research Gate).

Ramnarine R., W.G. Harris and S. Grunwald. 2015. Predicting the distribution of naturally-occurring phosphatic soils across a county wide landscape, Florida, USA. Communications in Soil Science and Plant Analysis. DOI: 10.1080/00103624.2015.1043453 (pdf).

Xiong X., S. Grunwald, D. B. Myers, J. Kim, W. G. Harris, N. B. Comerford, and N. Bliznyuk. 2015. Assessing uncertainty in soil organic carbon modeling across a highly heterogeneous landscape. Geoderma 251-252: 105-116. (pdf)

2014:

Kim J., S. Grunwald and R.G. Rivero. 2014.  Soil phosphorus and nitrogen predictions across spatial escalating scales in an aquatic ecosystem using remote sensing images. IEEE Trans. on Geoscience and Remote Sensing J.: 52(10): 6724-6737. (pdf)

Kwon H.Y., S. Grunwald, H. Beck and Y. Jung. 2014. Automatic calibration of a hydrologic model for simulating water table fluctuations on farms in the Everglades Agricultural Area of South Florida. Irrigation and Drainage J. DOI: 10.1002/ird.1822 (pdf)

Sequeira C.H., S.A. Wills, S. Grunwald, R.R. Ferguson, E.C. Benham and L.T. West. 2014. Development and update process of VNIR-based models built to predict soil organic carbon. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. 78: 903-913. (pdf)

Xiong X., S. Grunwald, D.B. Myers, J. Kim, W.G. Harris and N.B. Comerford.. 2014. Holistic environmental soil-landscape modeling of soil organic carbon. Environmental Modeling and Software J. 57: 202-215. (pdf)

Xiong X., S. Grunwald, D.B. Myers, C.W. Ross W.G. Harris and N.B. Comerford. 2014. Interaction effects of climate and land use/land cover change on soil organic carbon sequestration. Science of Total Environment J. 493: 974-982. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.scitotenv.2014.06.088 (pdf)

2013:

Bliss C.M., N.B. Comerford, D.A. Graetz, S. Grunwald and A.M. Stoppe. 2014. Land use influence on carbon, nitrogen, and phosphorus in size fractions of sandy surface soils. Soil Sci. J. 178: 654-661 (available per request or Research Gate).

Koch A., A.B. McBratney, M. Adams, D. Field, R. Hill, J. Crawford, B. Minasny, R. Lal, L. Abbott, A. O’Donnell, D. Angers, J. Baldock, E. Barbier, D. Binkley, W. Parton, D.H. Wall, M. Bird, J. Bouma, C. Chenu, C.Butler Flora, K. Goulding, S. Grunwald, J. Hempel, J. Jastrow, J. Lehmann, K. Lorenz, C.L. Morgan, C.W. Rice, D. Whitehead, I. Young and M. Zimmermann. 2013. Soil security: Solving the global soil crisis. Global Policy: 1-8. doi: 10.1111/1758-5899.12096. (pdf)

Hu X.-Y., G.M. Vasques and S. Grunwald. 2013. Application of visible/near-infrared spectra in modeling of soil total phosphorus. Pedosphere 23(4): 417-421. (pdf & corrigendum)

Ross C.W., S. Grunwald, D.B. Myers. 2013. Spatiotemporal modeling of soil organic carbon stocks across a subtropical region. Science of the Total Environment J. 461-462: 149-157. (pdf)

2012:

Azuaje E.I., N.B. Comerford, W.G. Harris, J.B. Reeves III and S. Grunwald. 2012. Loblolly and slash pine control organic carbon in soil aggregates and carbon mineralization. Forest Ecol. and Management J. 263: 1-8. doi:10.1016/j.foreco.2011.09.030. (pdf)

Loudermilk E.L., J.J. O’Brien, R.J. Mitchell, W.P. Cropper, J.K. Hiers, S. Grunwald, J. Grego and J.C. Fernandez-Diaz. 2012. Linking complex forest fuel structure and fire behavior at fine-scales. Int. J. Wildland Fire 21: 882-893. http://dx.doi.org/10.1071/WF10116. (pdf)

McDowell M.D., G.L. Bruland, J.L. Deenik and S. Grunwald. 2012. Effects of subsetting by carbon content, soil order, and spectral classification on prediction of soil total carbon with diffuse reflectance spectroscopy. Applied and Environmental Soil Science J. Vol. 2012, Article ID 294121, 1-14. doi:10.1155/2012/294121. (pdf)

McDowell M.L., G.L. Bruland, J.L. Deenik, S. Grunwald and M.M Knox. 2012. Soil total carbon analysis in Hawaiian soils with visible, near-infrared and mid-infrared diffuse reflectance spectroscopy. Geoderma 189-190: 312-320. doi:10.1016/j.geoderma.2012.06.009. (pdf)

Kim J., S. Grunwald, R.G. Rivero and R. Robbins. 2012. Multi-scale modeling of soil series using remote sensing in a wetland ecosystem. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. 76: 2327-2341. doi:10.2136/sssaj2012.0043. (pdf)

Sarkhot D.V., S. Grunwald, Y. Ge and C.L.S. Morgan. 2012. Soil carbon storage under the perennial bioenergy crop Arundo Donax L. J. Biomass and Bioenergy 41: 122-130. doi:10.1016/j.biombioe.2012.02.015. (pdf)

Vasques G.M., S. Grunwald and D.B. Myers. 2012. Influence of the geographic extent and grain size on soil carbon models in Florida, USA. J. of Geophys. Research – Biogeosciences 117. G04004: 1-12. doi:10.1029/2012JG001982. (pdf)

Vasques G.M., S. Grunwald and D.B. Myers. 2012. Associations between soil carbon and ecological landscape variables at escalating spatial scales in Florida, USA. Landscape Ecology J. 27: 355-367. doi:10.1007/s10980-011-9702-3. (pdf)

2011:

Ge Y., C.L.S. Morgan, S. Grunwald, D.J. Brown and D.V. Sarkhot. 2011. Comparison of soil reflectance spectra and calibration models obtained using multiple spectrometers. Geoderma 161(3-4): 202-211. (pdf)

Grunwald S., J.A. Thompson and J.L. Boettinger. 2011. Digital soil mapping and modeling at continental scales – finding solutions for global issues. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. (SSSA 75th Anniversary Special Paper) 75(4): 1201-1213. (pdf)

Myers D.B., N.R. Kitchen, K.A. Sudduth, R.J. Miles, E.J. Sadler and S. Grunwald. 2001. Peak functions for modeling high resolution soil profile data. Geoderma 166: 74-83. (pdf)

Osborne T.Z., G.L. Bruland, S. Newman, K.R. Reddy and S. Grunwald. 2011. Spatial distribution and eco-partitioning of soil biogeochemical properties in the Everglades National Park.  J. Env. Monitor. Assess. 183: 395-408. DOI 10.1007/s10661-011-1928-7. (pdf)

Rhodes E.M., O.E. Liburd and S. Grunwald. 2011. Examining the spatial distribution of flower thrips in southern highbush blueberries utilizing geostatistical methods. J. Environ. Entomology 40(4): 893-903. (pdf)

Richter D.deB., S.S. Andrews, A.R. Bacon, S. Billings, C.A. Cambardella, N. Cavallaro, J.E. DeMeester, A.J. Franzluebbers, A.S. Grandy, S. Grunwald, J. Gruver, A.S. Hartshorn, H. Janzen, M.G. Kramer, J.K. Ladha, K. Lajtha, G.L. Liles, D. Markewitz, P.J. Megonigal, A.R. Mermut, M.A. Mobley, C. Rasmussen, C.J. Richardson, D.A. Robinson, P. Smith, C. Stiles, R.L. Tate, A. Thompson, A. Thompson, A.J. Tugel, H. van Es, L. West, S. Wills, D. Yaalon, and T.M. Zobeck. 2011. Soils and human-soil relations are changing rapidly: Proposals from SSSA’s new Cross-Division Work Group on Soil Change. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. 75(6): 2079-2084. (pdf)

Sarkhot D.V., S. Grunwald, Y. Ge and C.L.S. Morgan. 2011. Comparison and detection of soil carbon under Arundo Donax and coastal bermuda grass using visible/near infrared diffuse reflectance spectroscopy. Geoderma 164: 22-32. (pdf)

2010:

Beck H.W., K.T. Morgan, Y. Jung, S. Grunwald, H.-Y. Kwon and J. Wu. 2010. Ontology-based simulation in agricultural systems modeling. Agricultural Systems J. 103: 463-477. (pdf)

Fungo B., S. Grunwald, M.M. Tenywa, B. vanLauwe and P. Nkedi-Kizza. 2010. Lunnyu soils in the Lake Victoria Basin in Uganda: Link to toposequence and soil type. J. of Earth Sciences 4(2): 63-71. (pdf)

Kwon H.-Y., S. Grunwald, H.W. Beck, Y. Jung, S.H. Daroub, T.A. Lang and K.T. Morgan. 2010. Ontology-based simulation of water flow in organic soils applied to Florida’s sugarcane. Agric. Wat. Manag. J. 97: 112-122. (pdf)

Kwon H.-Y., S. Grunwald, H.W. Beck, Y. Jung, S.H. Daroub, T.A. Lang and K.T. Morgan. 2010. Modeling of phosphorus loads in sugarcane in a low-relief landscape using ontology-based simulation. J. Environ. Qual. 39: 1-11. (pdf)

Vasques G.M., S. Grunwald, N.B. Comerford and J.O. Sickman. 2010. Regional modeling of soil carbon at multiple depths within a subtropical watershed. Geoderma 156: 326-336. (pdf)

Vasques G.M., S. Grunwald, N.B. Comerford and J.O. Sickman. 2010. Upscaling of dynamic soil organic carbon pools in a north-central Florida watershed. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. 74: 870-879. (pdf)

Vasques G.M., S. Grunwald and W.G. Harris. 2010. Spectroscopic models of soil organic carbon in Florida, USA. J. Environ. Qual. 39: 923-934. (pdf)

2009:

Rivero R.G., S. Grunwald, M.W. Binford and T.Z. Osborne. 2009. Integrating spectral indices into prediction models of soil phosphorus in a subtropical wetland. Remote Sensing of Environment J. 113: 2389-2403. (pdf)

Grunwald S. 2009. Multi-criteria characterization of recent digital soil mapping and modeling approaches. Geoderma 152: 195-207. (pdf)

Daroub S.H., T.A. Lang, O.A Diaz and S. Grunwald. 2009. Long-term water quality trends after implementing best management practices in south Florida. J. Environ. Qual. 38(4): 1683-1693. (pdf)

Ahn M.-Y., A.R. Zimmerman, N.B. Comerford, J.O. Sickman and S. Grunwald. 2009. Carbon mineralization and labile organic carbon pools in the sandy soils of a north Florida watershed. Ecosystems 12: 672-685. (pdf)

Grunwald S., S.H. Daroub, T.A. Lang and O.A. Diaz. 2009. Tree-based modeling of complex interactions of phosphorus loadings and environmental factors. Sci. of the Total Environ. 407: 3772-3783. (pdf)

Vasques G.M., S. Grunwald and J.O. Sickman. 2009. Visible/near-infrared spectroscopy modeling of dynamic soil carbon fractions. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. 73: 176-184. (pdf)

2008:

Bruland G.L., C.M. Bliss, S. Grunwald, N.B. Comerford and D.A. Graetz. 2008. Soil nitrate-nitrogen in forested versus non-forested ecosystems in a mixed-use watershed. Geoderma 148: 220-231. (pdf)

Corstanje R., S. Grunwald and R.M. Lark. 2008. Inferences from fluctuations in the local variogram about the assumption of stationarity in the variance. Geoderma 143: 123-132. (pdf)

Grunwald S. 2008. Reconstruction and scientific visualization of earthscapes considering trends and spatial dependence structures. New J. Phys. 10, No. 125011, 15 pp. (pdf)

Grunwald S., T.Z. Osborne and K.R. Reddy. 2008. Temporal trajectories of phosphorus and pedo-patterns mapped in Water Conservation Area 2, Everglades, Florida, USA. Geoderma 146: 1-13. (pdf)

Grunwald S. and K.R. Reddy. 2008. Spatial behavior of phosphorus and nitrogen in a subtropical wetland. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. 72(4): 1174-1183. (pdf)

van Griensven, A, T. Meixner, S. Grunwald and R. Srinivasan. 2008. Fit-for-purpose uncertainty versus calibration uncertainty in model-based decision making, Hydrol. Sci. J. 53(5): 1090-1103. (pdf)

Vasques G.M., S. Grunwald and J.O. Sickman. 2008. Comparison of multivariate methods for inferential modeling of soil carbon using visible/near-infrared spectra. Geoderma 146: 14-25. (pdf)

2007:

Bruland G.L., T.Z. Osborne, K.R. Reddy, S. Grunwald, S. Newman and W.F. DeBusk. 2007. Recent changes in soil total phosphorus in the Everglades: Water Conservation Area 3. Environ. Monit. Assess. 129: 379-395. (pdf)

Dunne E.J., K.A. McKee, M.W. Clark, S. Grunwald and K.R. Reddy. 2007. Phosphorus in agricultural ditch soil and potential implications for water quality. J. Soil and Water Cons. 62: 244-252. (pdf)

Grunwald S., K.R. Reddy, J.P. Prenger and M.M. Fisher. 2007. Modeling of the spatial variability of biogeochemical soil properties in a freshwater ecosystem. Ecological Modeling, 210: 521-535. (pdf)

Grunwald S., V. Ramasundaram, G.L. Bruland  and D.K. Jesseman. 2007. Expanding distance education in the spatial sciences through virtual learning entities and a virtual GIS computer laboratory. J. of Distance Education Technologies, 5(1): 48-63. (pdf)

Rivero R.G., S. Grunwald and G.L. Bruland. 2007. Incorporation of spectral data into multivariate geostatistical models to map soil phosphorus variability in a Florida wetland. Geoderma 140: 428-443. (pdf)

Rivero R.G., S. Grunwald, T.Z. Osborne, K.R. Reddy and S. Newman. 2007. Characterization of the spatial distribution of soil properties in Water Conservation Area -2A, Everglades, Florida. Soil Science 172(2): 149-166 (reprints available upon request or Research Gate).

Lopez-Zamora I., C.M. Bliss, E.J. Jokela, N.B. Comerford, S. Grunwald, E. Barnard and G.M. Vasquez. 2007. Spatial relationships between nitrogen status and pitch canker disease in slash pine planted adjacent to a poultry operation. Environmental Pollution J. 147: 101-111. (pdf)

2006:

Corstanje R., S. Grunwald, K.R. Reddy, T.Z. Osborne and S. Newman.  2006. Assessment of the Spatial Distribution of Soil Properties in a Northern Everglades. J. Environ Qual. 35: 938-949. (pdf)

van Griensven A., T. Meixner, S. Grunwald, A. Di Luzio and R. Srinivasan. 2006. A global sensitivity analysis tool for the parameters of multi-variable watershed models. J. of Hydrology 324: 10-23.(pdf)

Grunwald S. and C. Qi. 2006. GIS-based water quality modeling in the Sandusky Watershed. J. of the American Water Resources Association 42(4): 957-973. (pdf)

Grunwald S., P. Goovaerts, C.M. Bliss, N.B. Comerford and S. Lamsal. 2006. Incorporation of auxiliary information in the geostatistical simulation of soil nitrate-nitrogen. Vadose Zone J. 5: 391-404  (invited). (pdf)

Bruland G.L., S. Grunwald, T.Z. Osborne, K.R. Reddy and S. Newman. 2006. Spatial distribution of soil properties in Water Conservation Area 3 of the Everglades. Soil Sci. Soc. Am  J. 70: 1662-1676. (pdf)

Grunwald S., R. Corstanje, B.E. Weinrich and K. R. Reddy. 2006. Spatial patterns of labile forms of phosphorus in a subtropical wetland 10 years after a sustained nutrient impact. J. Environ. Qual. 35: 378-389. (pdf)

Lamsal S., S. Grunwald, G.L. Bruland, C.M. Bliss and N.B. Comerford. 2006. Regional hybrid geospatial modeling of soil nitrate-nitrogen in the Santa Fe River Watershed. Geoderma 135: 233-247. (pdf)

2005:

Ramasundaram V., S. Grunwald, A. Mangeot, N.B. Comerford and C.M. Bliss. 2005. Development of an environmental virtual field laboratory. J. Computers & Education 45: 21-34. (pdf)

Chen S.-S. and S. Grunwald. 2005. The spatial/temporal indexing and information visualization genre for environmental digital libraries. J. of Zhejiang University Science (JZUS) 6A(11): 1235-1248.(pdf)

Grunwald S., V. Ramasundaram and D.K. Jesseman. 2005. A modular e-learning environment to teach GIS to on-campus and distance education students. NACTA J. 49(1): 6-13. (pdf)

Qi C. and S. Grunwald. 2005. GIS-based hydrologic modeling in the Sandusky Watershed. Transactions of the ASAE 48(1): 169-180. (pdf)

Mathiyalagan V., S. Grunwald, K.R. Reddy and S.A. Bloom. 2005. A WebGIS and geodatabase for Florida’s Wetlands. Computers & Electronics in Agriculture 47: 69-75. (pdf)

2004:

Grunwald S., K.R. Reddy, S. Newman and W.B. DeBusk. 2004. Spatial variability, distribution, and uncertainty assessment of soil phosphorus in a south Florida wetland. J. of Environmetrics 15: 811-825. (pdf)

2003:

Grunwald S. and P. Barak. 2003. 3D Geographic reconstruction and visualization techniques applied to land resource management. Transactions in GIS 7(2): 231-241. (pdf & color fig)

2001:

Grunwald S. and P. Barak. 2001. The use of VRML for virtual soil landscape modeling. Systems Analysis Modelling Simulation 41: 755-776. (pdf)

Grunwald S., B. Lowery, D.J. Rooney and K. McSweeney. 2001. Profile cone penetrometer data used to distinguish between soil materials. Soil & Tillage Research 62: 27-40.(pdf)

Grunwald S., K. McSweeney, D.J. Rooney, and B. Lowery. 2001. Soil layer models created with profile cone penetrometer data. Geoderma 103: 181-201. (pdf)

Grunwald S., D.J. Rooney, K. McSweeney and B. Lowery. 2001. Development of pedo-transfer functions for a profile cone penetrometer. Geoderma 100: 25-47. (pdf)

2000:

Grunwald S., P. Barak, K. McSweeney and B. Lowery. 2000. Soil landscape models at different scales portrayed in Virtual Reality Modeling Language (VRML). Soil Sci. 165(8): 598-615 (reprints available upon request).

Grunwald S. and H.-G. Frede. 2000. Application of modified AGNPS in German watersheds (book chapter pp. 43-58). In: Schmidt J., Application of Physically-Based Soil Erosion Models, Springer, Berlin, New York. (pdf)

Grunwald S. and L.D. Norton. 2000. Calibration and validation of a non-point source pollution model. Agricultural Water Management 45: 17-39. (pdf)

1999:

Grunwald S. and L.D. Norton. 1999. An AGNPS-based runoff and sediment yield model for two small watersheds in Germany. Transactions of the ASAE 42(6): 1723-1731. (pdf)

Chaubey I., C.T. Haan, J.M. Salisbury and S. Grunwald. 1999. Quantifying model output uncertainty due to spatial variability of rainfall. J. of American Water Resources Association 35(5): 1113-1123. (pdf)

Grunwald S. and H.-G. Frede. 1999. Using AGNPS in German watersheds. Catena 37(3-4): 319-328. (pdf)

Chaubey I., C.T. Haan, S. Grunwald and J. M. Salisbury. 1999. Uncertainty in the model parameters due to spatial variability of rainfall. J. of Hydrology 220: 48-61. (pdf)

1997:

Grunwald S., S. Haverkamp, M. Bach and H.-G. Frede. 1997. Assessment of MEKA subsidies for soil and water protection using AGNPSm model. J. of Rural Engineering and Development, 38(6): 260-265. (pdf)

1995:

Rode M., S. Grunwald and H.-G. Frede. 1995: Modeling of water quality using AGNPS and GIS. J. of Rural Engineering and Development, 36(2): 63-68. (pdf)

Books and Book Chapters (in progress)

Patzel N., E.C. Brevik, S. Grunwald, and C. Feller (Eds.). 2020. Cultural Understanding of Soils. IUSS Book.

Grunwald S. and L. LaMontagne. 2020. The state of mindfulness at top U.S. public universities: A brief review and path forward. The Routledge Companion to Mindfulness at Work, a forthcoming Handbook (Companion) to be published by Routledge (Taylor & Francis), Satinder Dhiman (Ed.).

Books and Special Issues (Editor)

Zhu A.-X., B. Minasny, S. Grunwald and L. Winowiecki (eds.). 2016. Introduction to the special issue: Advances in pedometrics. Special section in digital soil mapping, uncertainty and soil carbon validation. Geoderma 263(1).

Grunwald S., D.J. Brown and P. Goovaerts (eds.). 2007. Special Issue Geoderma – Pedometrics. Vol. 140(4), p. 323-455.

Grunwald S. (ed.).  2006. Environmental Soil-Landscape Modeling – Geographic Information Technologies and Pedometrics. CRC Press, New York, p. 488.

Book Chapters

Ceddia M.B., S. Grunwald, É.F.M. Pinheiro, K. Mizuta, C.M. Clingensmith and M.M.  Fernandes. 2017. Applying the Meta Soil Model: The complexities of soil  and water security in a Permanent Protection Area in Brazil. p. 331-340. In Field D.J., C.L.S. Morgan, and A.B. McBratney (Eds.), Global Soil Security, Springer Publ. New York, NY.

Grunwald S., K. Mizuta, M.B. Ceddia, É.F.M. Pinheiro, R. Kay Kastner-Wilcox, C.P. Gavilan*, C.W. Ross and C.M. Clingensmith. 2017. The Meta Soil Model: An Integrative Multi-Model Framework for Soil Security. p. 305-317. In Field D.J., C.L.S. Morgan, and A.B. McBratney (Eds.), Global Soil Security, Springer Publ. New York, NY.

Grunwald S., C.M. Clingensmith, C.P. Gavilan, K. Mizuta, R. Kay Kastner Wilcox, É.F.M. Pinheiro, M.B. Ceddia and C.W. Ross. 2017.Integrating New Perspectives to Address Global Soil Security: Ideas from Integral Ecology. p. 319-329. In Field D.J., C.L.S. Morgan, and A.B. McBratney (Eds.), Global Soil Security, Springer Publ. New York, NY.

Chaikaew P., S. Grunwald and X. Xiong. 2016. Estimation of the actual and attainable terrestrial carbon budget. p. 153-164. In Zhang G.-L., Brus D.J., Liu F., S. Xiao-Dong and Lagacherie P. (Eds.).  Digital Soil Mapping Across Paradigms, Scales and Boundaries. Springer Publ.

Grunwald S., P. Chaikaew, B. Cao, X. Xiong, G.M. Vasques, J. Kim, C.W. Ross, C.M. Clingensmith, Y. Xu and C. Gavilan. 2016. The Meta Soil Model – an integrative framework to model soil carbon across various ecosystems and scales. p. 165-180. In Zhang G.-L., Brus D.J., Liu F., S. Xiao-Dong and Lagacherie P. (Eds.).  Digital Soil Mapping Across Paradigms, Scales and Boundaries. Springer Publ.

Yu C., S. Grunwald and X. Xiong. 2016. Transferability and scaling of VNIR prediction models for soil total carbon in Florida. p. 259-274. In Zhang G.-L., Brus D.J., Liu F., S. Xiao-Dong and Lagacherie P. (Eds.).  Digital Soil Mapping Across Paradigms, Scales and Boundaries. Springer Publ.

Zhang B. and S. Grunwald. 2016. Spatial assessment of soil organic carbon using Bayesian maximum entropy and partial least square regression model. p. 141-152. In Zhang G.-L., Brus D.J., Liu F., S. Xiao-Dong and Lagacherie P. (Eds.).  Digital Soil Mapping Across Paradigms, Scales and Boundaries. Springer Publ.

Grunwald S. 2014. Conceptualization of a Meta Soil Model, p. 233-238. In Arrouays D., N. McKenzie, J. Hempel, A. Richter de Forges and A.B. McBratney (Eds.). Global Digital Soil Map. CRC Press Taylor and Francis, New York.  

Grunwald S., B. Cao, X. Xiong*, C.W. Ross, R. Patarasuk, J. Hempel, L.T. West, S.S. Andrews, S. Wills and T.D. Loecke. 2014. Part II – Integration of data to work towards a Meta Soil Carbon Model in the U.S., p. 239-244. In Arrouays D., N. McKenzie, J. Hempel, A. Richter de Forges and A.B. McBratney (Eds.). 2014. Global Digital Soil Map. CRC Press Taylor and Francis, New York.

Wills S., T.C. Loecke, C. Sequeira, G. Teachman, S. Grunwald and L.T. West. 2014. Overview of the U.S. Rapid Carbon Assessment Project: Sampling design, initial summary, and uncertainty estimates. Chapter 10. In Hartemink A.E. and K. McSweeney (eds.), Soil Carbon. Progress in Soil Science, 95. DOI 10.1007/978-3-319-04084-4_10. Springer, International Publishing, Switzerland. 

Cao B., S. Grunwald and X. Xiong. 2012. Cross-regional digital soil carbon modeling in two contrasting soil-ecological regions in the U.S. In Digital Soil Assessments and Beyond. Minasny B., B.P. Malone, and A.B. McBratney (eds.). CRC Press, Taylor and Francis, 2012. ISBN: 978-0-415-62155-7.

Grunwald S., J.A. Thompson, B. Minasny and J.L. Boettinger. 2012. Digital soil mapping in a changing world. In Digital Soil Assessments and Beyond Minasny B., B.P. Malone, and A.B. McBratney (eds.). CRC Press, Taylor and Francis, 2012. ISBN: 978-0-415-62155-7.

Kim J., S. Grunwald, T.Z. Osborne, R.G. Rivero, R. Robbins and H. Yamataki. 2012. Spatial resolution effects of remote sensing images on digital soil models in aquatic ecosystems. In Minasny B., B.P. Malone, and A.B. McBratney (eds.). CRC Press, Taylor and Francis, 2012. ISBN: 978-0-415-62155-7.

Xiong X., S. Grunwald, D.B. Myers, J. Kim, W.G. Harris and N.B. Comerford. 2012. Which soil, environmental and anthropogenic covariates for soil carbon models in Florida are needed? In Minasny B., B.P. Malone, and A.B. McBratney (eds.). CRC Press, Taylor and Francis, 2012. ISBN: 978-0-415-62155-7.

Thompson J.A., S.M. Roecker, S. Grunwald, and P.R. Owens. 2012. Digital soil mapping: Interactions with and applications for hydropedology. pp. 665-709. In Lin H.S. (Ed.) Hydropedology – Synergistic Integration of Pedology and Hydrology. Academic Press, Elsevier B.V.

McKay J., S. Grunwald, X. Shi and R.F. Long. 2010. Evaluation of the transferability of a knowledge-based soil-landscape model. pp. 165-177. In Boettinger J., D.W. Howell, A.C. Moore, A.E. Hartemink, and S. Kienast-Brown (eds.). Digital Soil Mapping: Bridging Research, Production and Environmental Applications. Springer, Heidelberg.

Grunwald S. 2010. Current state of digital soil mapping and what is next? pp. 3-12. In Boettinger J., D.W. Howell, A.C. Moore, A.E. Hartemink, and S. Kienast-Brown (eds.). Digital Soil Mapping: Bridging Research, Production and Environmental Applications. Springer, Heidelberg.

Grunwald S., G.M. Vasques, N.B. Comerford, G.L. Bruland and C.M. Bliss. 2010. Regional modeling of carbon, nitrogen and phosphorus geospatial patterns. pp. 293-310. In Hanrahan G. (ed.) Modeling of Pollutants in Complex Environmental Systems Vol. II. ILM Publ., Hertfordshire, UK.

Myers D.B., N.R. Kitchen, K.A. Sudduth, S. Grunwald, R.J. Miles, E.J. Sadler and R.P. Udawatta. 2010. Combining proximial and penetrating soil electrical conductivity sensors for high resolution digital soil mapping. In Viscarra Rossel R. and A.B. McBratney (eds.) Soil Sensing and Digital Soil Modeling with Large Datasets. Springer Publ., Berlin.

Grunwald S., B. Hoover and G.L. Bruland.2009. An eLearning portal to teach geographic information sciences. pp. 234-245. In Syed M. (ed.) Methods and Applications for Advancing Distance Education Technologies: “International Issues and Solutions” included in the Advances in Distance Education Technologies Book Series (Vol. 3), IGI Global Publ., London, UK.

Beck H.W., K.T. Morgan, Y. Jung, J. Wu, S. Grunwald, H.-Y. Kwon. 2008. Ontology-based simulation applied to soil, water and nutrient management. pp. 209-243. In P. Papajorgji (ed.) Advances in Modeling Agricultural Systems, Springer, Berlin.

Grunwald S. 2008. Role of soils to sequester carbon. pp. 39-50. In Mulkey S., J. Alavalapati, A. Hodges, A.C. Wilkie and S. Grunwald. 2008. Opportunities for greenhouse gas reduction by agriculture and forestry in Florida. University of Florida, School of Natural Resources and Environment – Department of Environmental Defense, Washington D.C.

Mulkey S., J. Alavalapati, A. Hodges, A.C. Wilkie and S. Grunwald. 2008. Opportunities for greenhouse gas reduction by agriculture and forestry in Florida. pp. 1-70. University of Florida, School of Natural Resources and Environment – Department of Environmental Defense, Washington D.C.

Grunwald S., R.G. Rivero and K.R. Reddy. 2007. Understanding spatial variability and its application to biogeochemistry analysis. Chapter 20 pp. 435-462. In Sarkar D., Datta R. and R. Hannigan (eds.), Concepts and Applications in Environmental Geochemistry, Elsevier, Berlin.

Grunwald S. 2006. The future of soil science. pp. 51-53. In Hartemink A.E. (ed.) The Future of Soil Science. International Union of Soil Sciences (IUSS), Wageningen, The Netherlands (invited contribution).

Grunwald S., V. Ramasundaram, N.B. Comerford and C.M. Bliss. 2006. Are current scientific visualization and virtual reality techniques capable to represent real soil-landscapes? pp. 571-580. In Lagacherie P., A.B. McBratney and M. Voltz (eds.), Digital Soil Mapping – An Introductory Perspective. Developments in Soil Science Vol. 31, Elsevier, Berlin.

Grunwald S. 2006.What do we really know about the space-time continuum of soil-landscapes, pp. 3-36. In Grunwald S. (ed.), Environmental Soil-Landscape Modeling – Geographic Information Technologies and Pedometrics, CRC Press, New York.

Grunwald S. and S. Lamsal. 2006. Emerging geographic information technologies and soil information systems, pp. 127-154. In Grunwald S. (ed.), Environmental Soil-Landscape Modeling – Geographic Information Technologies and Pedometrics, CRC Press, New York.

Grunwald S. 2006. Reconstruction and three-dimensional scientific visualization of soil-landscapes, pp. 373-392. In Grunwald S. (ed.), Environmental Soil-Landscape Modeling – Geographic Information Technologies and Pedometrics, CRC Press, New York.

Grunwald S. and H.-G. Frede. 2000. Application of modified AGNPS in German watersheds pp. 43-58. In Schmidt J. (ed.)‚ Applications of Physically-Based Soil Erosion Models, Springer, Berlin.

Grunwald S. 1998. AGNPS (Agricultural Non-Point Source Pollution Model). pp. 77-88. Wiener Mitteilg. Wasser – Abwasser – Gewaesser, Experiences with Soil Erosion Models Vol. 151.

Grunwald S. and H.-G. Frede. 1998. Application of AGNPSm in German watersheds. pp. 183-189. Wiener Mitteilg. Wasser – Abwasser – Gewaesser, Experiences with Soil Erosion Models Vol. 151.