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University of California
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Graham, Robert C
Professor of Soil Mineralogy & Soil Mineralogist
- College of Natural and Agricultural Sciences
- Environmental Science
- PhD Soil Science 1986
- NC State University
- MS Soils and Biometerology 1982
- Utah State University
- BS Soil and Water Science 1976
- UC Davis
Dissertation Advisor/Mentoring Award, UCR - 2006
Fellow, Soil Science Society of America - 2002
Outstanding Publication of the Year, USDA-Forest Service Pacific Southwest Research Station - 1995
Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Research, UCR - 1995
Weathering and behavior of soil minerals; natural soil processes; soils and weathered bedrock in wildland ecosystems; soil geomorphology
Rose, K.L., R.C. Graham, and D.R. Parker. 2003. Water source utilization by Pinus jeffreyi and Arctostaphylos patula on thin soils over bedrock. Oecologia 134: 46-54.
Hamer, M., R.C. Graham, C. Amrhein, and K.N. Bozhilov. 2003. Dissolution of ripidolite (Mg, Fe-chlorite) in organic and inorganic acid solutions. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. 67:654-661.
Lee, B.D., S.K. Sears, R.C. Graham, C. Amrhein, and H. Vali. 2003. Secondary mineral genesis from chlorite and serpentine in an ultramafic soil toposequence. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. 67:1309-1317.
Wood, Y.A., R.C. Graham, and S.G. Wells. 2005. Surface control of desert pavement pedologic process and landscape function, Cima Volcanic Field, Mojave Desert, California. Catena 59:205-230.
Bornyasz, M.A., R.C. Graham, and M.F. Allen. 2005. Ectomycorrhizae in a soil-weathered granitic bedrock regolith: linking matrix resources to plants. Geoderma 126:141-160.
Johnson-Maynard, J.L., R.C. Graham, P.J. Shouse, and S.A. Quideau. 2005. Base cation and silicon biogeochemistry under pine and scrub oak monocultures: Implications for weathering rates. Geoderma 126:353-365.
Quideau, S.A., R.C. Graham, S-W. Oh, P.F. Hendrix, and R.E. Wasylishen. 2005. Foliage decomposition in a chaparral ecosystem, southern California. Soil Biol. Biochem. 37:1988-1998.
Goforth, B.R., R.C. Graham, K.R. Hubbert, C.W. Zanner, R.A. Minnich. 2005. Spatial distribution and properties of wood-ash and thermally altered soils after high-severity forest fire, southern California. Int. J. Wildland Fire. 14:343-354.
Enloe, H.A., R.C. Graham, and S.C. Sillett. 2006. Arboreal Histosols in old-growth redwood forest canopies, northern California. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. 70:408-418. 2074.
Graham, R.C., D.R. Hirmas, Y.A. Wood, and C. Amrhein. 2008. Large near-surface nitrate pools in soils capped by desert pavement in the Mojave Desert, California. Geology 36:259-262.