Book Publications

  1. Patzel N., S. Grunwald, E.C. Brevik and C. Feller (Eds.). 2021. Cultural understanding of soils. Springer, New York, NY (in press).

  2. Grunwald S. (Ed.).  2006. Environmental Soil-Landscape Modeling – Geographic Information Technologies and Pedometrics. CRC Press, New York, p. 488. [link to Google books]

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Book Chapters

  1. Grunwald S. 2021a. Take care of soils: Toward a pluralistic integral soil ethics. In N. Patzel, E. C. Brevik, S. Grunwald, & C. Feller (Eds.), Cultural understanding of soils. Springer, New York, NY (in press).

  2. Grunwald S. and K. Wilcox. 2021b. Soil care, culture and eco-identities. In N. Patzel, E. C. Brevik, S. Grunwald, & C. Feller (Eds.), Cultural understanding of soils. Springer, New York, NY (in press).

  3. Grunwald S. 2021c. Ecosattvas and ecodharma – Modern Buddhist perspectives of soil and the environment. In N. Patzel, E. C. Brevik, S. Grunwald, & C. Feller (Eds.), Cultural understanding of soils. Springer, New York, NY (in press).

  4. Homburg J., S. Grunwald and E.C. Brevik. 2021. From Native American tradition to modern day America, Native origin legends that involve soil and Earth. In N. Patzel, S. Grunwald, E. C. Brevik, & C. Feller (Eds.), Cultural understanding of soils. Springer, New York, NY (in press).

  5. Patzel N., S. Grunwald, E.C. Brevik and C. Feller. 2021a. Introduction: What is soil culture? In N. Patzel, E. C. Brevik, S. Grunwald, & C. Feller (Eds.), Cultural understanding of soils. Springer, New York, NY (in press).

  6. Patzel N., S. Grunwald, E.C. Brevik and C. Feller. 2021b. Conclusions. In N. Patzel, E. C. Brevik, S. Grunwald, & C. Feller (Eds.), Cultural understanding of soils. Springer, New York, NY (in press).

  7. 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, New York, NY.

  8. 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, New York, NY.

  9. 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, New York, NY.

  10. 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, New York, NY. 

  11. 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, New York, NY.

  12. Peng Y., X. Xiong, K. Adhikari, M. Knadel, S. Grunwald and M. Humlekrog Greve. 2015.  Modeling top SOC by combining multi-spectral images with laboratory spectra. 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, Berlin.

  13. 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, New York, NY.

  14. 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, New York, NY.

  15. 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. 

  16. 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.

  17. 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. 

  18. 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.

  19. 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.

  20. 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.

  21. 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.

  22. 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.

  23. 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.

  24. 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.

  25. 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.

  26. 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, Berlin.

  27. 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.

  28. 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.

  29. 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.

  30. 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.

  31. 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.

  32. 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).

  33. 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.

  34. 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.

  35. 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.

  36. 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.

  37. 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.

  38. 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., Germany.

  39. 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., Germany.

Special Issues

Editor/Co-Editor

  1. 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).

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