Anthony (Tony) Hartshorn
Anthony (Tony) Hartshorn
Assistant Professor, Montana State University
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Soils, agriculture, and society in precontact Hawaii
PM Vitousek, TN Ladefoged, PV Kirch, AS Hartshorn, MW Graves, ...
Science 304 (5677), 1665-1669, 2004
Twelve testable hypotheses on the geobiology of weathering
SL Brantley, JP Megonigal, FN Scatena, Z Balogh‐Brunstad, RT Barnes, ...
Geobiology 9 (2), 140-165, 2011
Chemical weathering response to tectonic forcing: A soils perspective from the San Gabriel Mountains, California
JL Dixon, AS Hartshorn, AM Heimsath, RA DiBiase, KX Whipple
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 323, 40-49, 2012
Opportunities and constraints for intensive agriculture in the Hawaiian archipelago prior to European contact
TN Ladefoged, PV Kirch, SM Gon III, OA Chadwick, AS Hartshorn, ...
Journal of Archaeological Science 36 (10), 2374-2383, 2009
Environment, agriculture, and settlement patterns in a marginal Polynesian landscape
PV Kirch, AS Hartshorn, OA Chadwick, PM Vitousek, DR Sherrod, J Coil, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 101 (26), 9936-9941, 2004
Regional insight into savanna hydrogeomorphology from termite mounds
SR Levick, GP Asner, OA Chadwick, LM Khomo, KH Rogers, ...
Nature communications 1 (1), 65, 2010
Human–soil relations are changing rapidly: Proposals from SSSA's cross‐divisional soil change working group
DB Richter, AR Bacon, ML Mobley, CJ Richardson, SS Andrews, L West, ...
Soil Science Society of America Journal 75 (6), 2079-2084, 2011
Impact of rainfall and topography on the distribution of clays and major cations in granitic catenas of southern Africa
L Khomo, AS Hartshorn, KH Rogers, OA Chadwick
Catena 87 (1), 119-128, 2011
Soil microbial fingerprints, carbon, and nitrogen in a Mojave Desert creosote‐bush ecosystem
SA Ewing, RJ Southard, JL Macalady, AS Hartshorn, MJ Johnson
Soil Science Society of America Journal 71 (2), 469-475, 2007
Prehistoric agricultural depletion of soil nutrients in Hawai'i
AS Hartshorn, OA Chadwick, PM Vitousek, PV Kirch
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 103 (29), 11092-11097, 2006
Intensive dryland farming on the leeward slopes of Haleakala, Maui, Hawaiian Islands: archaeological, archaeobotanical, and geochemical perspectives
PV Kirch, J Coil, AS Hartshorn, M Jeraj, PM Vitousek, OA Chadwick
World Archaeology 37 (2), 240-258, 2005
What do ecologists miss by not digging deep enough? Insights and methodological guidelines for assessing soil fertility status in ecological studies
BJ Wigley, C Coetsee, AS Hartshorn, WJ Bond
Acta Oecologica 51, 17-27, 2013
A mass-balance model to separate and quantify colloidal and solute redistributions in soil
CR Bern, OA Chadwick, AS Hartshorn, LM Khomo, J Chorover
Chemical Geology 282 (3-4), 113-119, 2011
Ectomycorrhizal fungal community structure across a bog-forest ecotone in southeastern Alaska
N Wurzburger, AS Hartshorn, RL Hendrick
Mycorrhiza 14, 383-389, 2004
Structure and function of peatland‐forest ecotones in southeastern Alaska
AS Hartshorn, RJ Southard, CS Bledsoe
Soil Science Society of America Journal 67 (5), 1572-1581, 2003
Pyromineralization of soil phosphorus in a South African savanna
AS Hartshorn, C Coetsee, OA Chadwick
Chemical Geology 267 (1-2), 24-31, 2009
Lithologic controls on biogenic silica cycling in South African savanna ecosystems
SE Melzer, OA Chadwick, AS Hartshorn, LM Khomo, AK Knapp, EF Kelly
Biogeochemistry 108, 317-334, 2012
Wind erosion and intensive prehistoric agriculture: A case study from the Kalaupapa Field System, Moloka'i Island, Hawai'i
MD McCoy, AS Hartshorn
Geoarchaeology: An International Journal 22 (5), 511-532, 2007
Chemical transfers along slowly eroding catenas developed on granitic cratons in southern Africa
L Khomo, CR Bern, AS Hartshorn, KH Rogers, OA Chadwick
Geoderma 202, 192-202, 2013
Eolian deposition and soil fertility in a prehistoric agricultural complex in central Arizona, USA
DK Nakase, AS Hartshorn, KA Spielmann, SJ Hall
Geoarchaeology 29 (2), 79-97, 2014
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