Publications on Fluxes in Ecology
Mason-Jones K, P Vrehen, K Koper, J Wang, WH van der Putten, GF Veen. 2020.
Short-term temperature history affects mineralization of fresh litter and extant soil organic matter, irrespective of agricultural management.
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 150: 107985.
Lin Y, AN Campbell, A Bhattacharyya, N DiDonato, AM Thompson, MM Tfaily, PS Nico, WL Silver, J Pett-Ridge. 2020.
Differential effects of redox conditions on the decomposition of litter and soil organic matter.
Liebmann P, P Wordell-Dietrich, K Kalbitz, R Mikutta, F Kalks, A Don, SK Woche, LR Dsilva, G Guggenberger. 2020.
Relevance of aboveground litter for soil organic matter formation – a soil profile perspective.
Biogeosciences 17: 3099 – 3113.
Pegoraro EF. 2020.
Partitioning sources of soil respiration in thawing permafrost using carbon isotopes.
PhD Thesis. Northern Arizona University.
Moore JAM, BN Sulman, MA Mayes, CM Patterson, AT Classen. 2020.
Plant roots stimulate the decomposition of complex, but not simple, soil carbon.
Functional Ecology 34: 899–910.
Pegoraro E, M Mauritz, R Bracho, C Ebert, P Dijkstra, BA Hungate, KT Konstantinidis, Y Luo, C Schädel, JM Tiedje, J Zhou, EAG Schuur. 2019.
Glucose addition increases the magnitude and decreases the age of soil respired carbon in a long-term permafrost incubation study.
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 129: 201-211.
Moreno JL, IF Torres, C García, R López-Mondéjar, F Bastida. 2019.
Land use shapes the resistance of the soil microbial community and the C cycling response to drought in a semi-arid area.
Science of The Total Environment 648: 1018-1030.
Wild B, J Li, J Pihlblad, P Bengtson, T Rütting. 2019.
Decoupling of priming and microbial N mining during a short-term soil incubation.
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 129: 71-79.
Hicks LC, P Meir, AT Nottingham, DS Reay, AW Stott, N Salinas, J Whitaker. 2019.
Carbon and nitrogen inputs differentially affect priming of soil organic matter in tropical lowland and montane soils.
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 129: 212-222.
Leinemann T, S Preusser, R Mikutta, K Kalbitz, C Cerli, C Höschen, CW Mueller, E Kandeler, G Guggenberger. 2018.
Multiple exchange processes on mineral surfaces control the transport of dissolved organic matter through soil profiles.
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 118: 79–90.
Segura JH, MB Nilsson, M Haei, T Sparrman, JP Mikkola, J Gräsvik, J Schleucher, MG Öquist. 2017.
Microbial mineralization of cellulose in frozen soils.
NATURE Communications 8: 1154.
Warren CR. 2016.
Simultaneous efflux and uptake of metabolites by roots of wheat.
Plant and Soil 406: 359–374.
Guhr A, W Borken, M Spohn, E Matzner. 2015.
Redistribution of soil water by a saprotrophic fungus enhances carbon mineralization.
PNAS 112: 14647-14651.
German DP, SD Allison. 2015.
Drying and substrate concentrations interact to inhibit decomposition of carbon substrates added to combusted Inceptisols from a boreal forest.
Biology and Fertility of Soils 51: 525-533.
Hünninghaus MC. 2015.
Protists in the soil food web of an arable field: Their density, taxonomic composition and functional role in carbon flux.
PhD Thesis. University of Cologne.
Bengtsson MM, K Wagner, NR Burns, ER Herberg, W Wanek, LA Kaplan, TJ Battin. 2014.
No evidence of aquatic priming effects in hyporheic zone microcosms.
Nature Scientific Reports 4, Article number: 5187.
Kramer S. 2014.
Effects of resource availability and quality on soil microorganisms and their carbon assimilation.
PhD Thesis. University Hohenheim.
Kirkby CA, AE Richardson, LJ Wade, JB Passioura, GD Batten, C Blanchard, JA Kirkegaard. 2014.
Nutrient availability limits carbon sequestration in arable soils.
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 68: 402-409.
Luz Cayuela M, P Kuikman, R Bakker, JW van Groenigen. 2013.
Tracking C and N dynamics and stabilization in soil amended with wheat residue and its corresponding bioethanol by-product: a 13C/15N study.
Global Change Biology Bioenergy 2: 201-213.
Paul BK, IM Lubbers, JW van Groenigen. 2012.
Residue incorporation depth is a controlling factor of earth-worm induced nitrous oxide emissions.
Global Change Biology 18: 1141-1151.
German, DP, SS Chacon, SD Allison. 2011.
Substrate concentration and enzyme allocation can affect rates of microbial decomposition.
Ecology 92: 1471-1480.
Dueck TA, R. de Visser, H Poorter, S Persijn, A Gorissen, W de Visser, A Schapendonk, J Verhagen, J Snel, FJM. Harren, AKY Ngai, F Verstappen, H Bouwmeester, LACJ Voesenek, A van der Werf. 2007. (see Applications)
No evidence for substantial aerobic methane emission by terrestrial plants: A 13C-labelling approach.
New Phytologist 175: 29-35. Ask a reprint