College of Agricultural Sciences Personnel Profile
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James R Self
Soil, Water & Plant Testing La
Soil and Crop Sciences
College of Agricultural Sciences

Nesb Building, Room A319
Phone:
970-491-5061
Education:
  • Ph D, U OF ARIZONA; AGRONOMY
  • MS, U OF MISSOURI; AGRONOMY
  • BS, CSU; AGRONOMY
Website:
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Acquired a Ph.D. from the University of Arizona. Started working at the CSU soils lab in 1984. Became Manager in 1988. Have worked at the soils lab for 32 years.

Rodriquez, Juan B, Self, James R, Arriaga, F J, (2016) A simple gravimetric method to quantify inorganic carbon in calcareous soils Soil Science Society of America Journal 80 1107-1113

Mehdawi, Ali Farag, Cappa, Jennifer Jocarole, Fakra, S C, Self, James R, Pilon-Smits, Elizabeth AH, (2012) Interactions of selenium hyperaccumulators and nonaccumulators during cocultivation on seleniferous or nonseleniferous soil--the importance of having good neighbors. The New phytologist 194 1 264-77

(2011) Enhanced decomposition of selenium hyperaccumulator litter in a seleniferous habitat-evidence for specialist decomposers Plant Soil 341 51-61

Quinn, Colin F, Wyant, Karl A, Wangeline, Ami L, Shulman, Jeremy, Galeas, Miriam L, Valdez, Jose, Self, James R, Paschke, Mark W, Pilon-Smits, Elizabeth AH, (2011) Enhanced decomposition of selenium hyperaccumulator litter in a seleniferous habitatÑevidence for specialist decomposers? Plant and soil 341 1-2 51–61

(2010) Enhanced Decomposition of selenium hyperaccumulator litter in a seleniferous habitat-evidence for specialist decomposers Plant Soil, doi: 10, 1007/s11104-010-0446-7

(2010) "Fertilizing the vegetable garden" Extension Fact Sheet no 7 611 February 2009

(2009) "Fertilizing the vegetable garden" Extension Fact Sheet no 7 611, 2009

(2009) "Fertilizing the vegetable garden" Extension Fact Sheet no 7 611 February 2009

Soltanpour, PN, Ippolito, Jim, Rodriguez, JB, Self, James R, Gillaume, M, Al-Wardy, MM, Mathews, D, (1999) Chloride versus sulfate salinity effects on alfalfa shoot growth and ionic balance Soil Science Society of America Journal 63 1 111–116