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Does biochar improve soil water retention? A systematic review and meta-analysis
F Razzaghi, PB Obour, E Arthur
Geoderma 361, 114055, 2020
4142020
Predicting soil particle density from clay and soil organic matter contents
P Schjønning, RA McBride, T Keller, PB Obour
Geoderma 286, 83-87, 2017
1242017
The impacts of dams on local livelihoods: a study of the Bui Hydroelectric Project in Ghana
PB Obour, K Owusu, EA Agyeman, A Ahenkan, ÀN Madrid
International Journal of Water Resources Development 32 (2), 286-300, 2016
1012016
Soil degradation and recovery–Changes in organic matter fractions and structural stability
JL Jensen, P Schjønning, CW Watts, BT Christensen, PB Obour, ...
Geoderma 364, 114181, 2020
722020
Soil organic matter widens the range of water contents for tillage
PB Obour, JL Jensen, M Lamandé, CW Watts, LJ Munkholm
Soil and Tillage Research 182, 57-65, 2018
722018
Predicting soil workability and fragmentation in tillage: a review
PB Obour, M Lamandé, G Edwards, CG Sørensen, LJ Munkholm
Soil Use and Management 33 (2), 288-298, 2017
602017
Subsoil compaction assessed by visual evaluation and laboratory methods
PB Obour, P Schjønning, Y Peng, LJ Munkholm
Soil and Tillage Research 173, 4-14, 2017
502017
A meta-analysis of the impact of traffic-induced compaction on soil physical properties and grain yield
PB Obour, CM Ugarte
Soil and Tillage Research 211, 105019, 2021
412021
Compaction and sowing date change soil physical properties and crop yield in a loamy temperate soil
PB Obour, D Kolberg, M Lamandé, T Børresen, G Edwards, CG Sørensen, ...
Soil and Tillage Research 184, 153-163, 2018
382018
Downstream effects of dams on livelihoods of river-dependent communities: the case of Ghana’s Kpong Dam
K Owusu, PB Obour, MA Nkansah
Geografisk Tidsskrift-Danish Journal of Geography 117 (1), 1-10, 2017
322017
Influence of plastic film mulch with biochar application on crop yield, evapotranspiration, and water use efficiency in northern China: a meta-analysis
E Mak-Mensah, PB Obour, E Essel, Q Wang, JK Ahiakpa
PeerJ 9, e10967, 2021
242021
Climate variability and climate change impacts on smallholder farmers in the Akuapem North District, Ghana
K Owusu, PB Obour, S Asare-Baffour
Handbook of climate change adaptation, 1791-1806, 2015
222015
Water retention, air exchange and pore structure characteristics after three years of rice straw biochar application to an Acrisol
PB Obour, EO Danso, A Yakubu, S Abenney‐Mickson, EB Sabi, ...
Soil Science Society of America Journal 83 (6), 1664-1671, 2019
212019
Pore structure characteristics and soil workability along a clay gradient
PB Obour, T Keller, M Lamandé, LJ Munkholm
Geoderma 337, 1186-1195, 2019
202019
Soil water contents for tillage: A comparison of approaches and consequences for the number of workable days
PB Obour, T Keller, JL Jensen, G Edwards, M Lamandé, CW Watts, ...
Soil and Tillage Research 195, 104384, 2019
192019
The 2020 maize production failure in Ghana: A case study of Ejura-Sekyedumase municipality
PB Obour, IK Arthur, K Owusu
Sustainability 14 (6), 3514, 2022
162022
Resource utilization conflict in downstream non‐resettled communities of the Bui Dam in Ghana
K Owusu, PWK Yankson, AB Asiedu, PB Obour
Natural resources forum 41 (4), 234-243, 2017
162017
Migration and development in Africa: Trends, challenges, and policy implications
RKO Kyei, DM Kadje, L Kandilige, TK Abutima, PB Obour, OM Osiki, ...
Lexington Books, 2017
162017
Assessment of farmers’ knowledge on fertilizer usage for peri-urban vegetable production in the Sunyani Municipality, Ghana
PB Obour, FA Dadzie, HL Kristensen, GH Rubæk, C Kjeldsen, CKS Saba
Resources, Conservation and Recycling 103, 77-84, 2015
162015
Soil structure characteristics, functional properties and consistency limits response to corn cob biochar particle size and application rates in a 36-month pot experiment
PB Obour, EO Danso, N Pouladi, S Abenney-Mickson, EB Sabi, F Monnie, ...
Soil Research 58 (5), 488-497, 2020
152020
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