Publications - Page 3

2015

  • Bao, X.; Yu, J.; Liang, W.; Lu, C.; Zhu, J and Li, Q. 2015.  The interactive effects of elevated ozone and wheat cultivars on soil microbial community composition and metabolic diversity. Applied Soil Ecology, 87, 11-18.
  • Blouin, M; Karimi, B; Mathieu, J; Lerch, TZ. 2015.  Levels and limits in artificial selection of communities.  Ecology Letters, 18,1040-1048.
  • Brolsma, KM; Vonk, JA; Hoffland, E; Mulder, C; de Goede, RGM. 2015. Effects of GM potato Modena on soil microbial activity and litter decomposition fall within the range of effects found for two conventional cultivars.  Biology & Fertility of Soils, 51, 913-922.
  • Castillo-Monroy, A.P.; Bowker, M.A.; García-Palacios. P. and Maestre, F.T. 2015. Aspects of soil lichen biodiversity and aggregation interact to influence subsurface microbial function. Plant and Soil, 386,303–316.
  • Chodak, M.; Klimek, B.; Azarbad, H. and Jazwa, M. 2015. Functional diversity of soil microbial communities under Scots pine, Norway spruce, silver birch and mixed boreal forests. Pedobiologia, 58, 81-88.
  • Delgado-Baquerizo, M.; Garcia-Palacios, P.; Milla, R.; Gallardo, A. and Maestre, F.T. 2015.  Soil characteristics determine soil carbon and nitrogen availability during leaf litter decomposition regardless of litter quality. Soil Biology & Biochemistry, 81, 134-142.
  • Ding, Y.J.; Ge, C.R.; Yao, H.Y. 2015. Application of substrate utilization patterns and terminal restriction fragment length polymorphism analysis to characterize the oral bacterial community of healthy subjects and patients with periodontitis. Experimental and Therapeutic Medicine, 9, 2013-2017.
  • Gomez-Gener, L.; Obrador, B.; von Schiller, D.; Marce, R.; Casas-Ruiz, J.P.; Proia, L.; Acuna, V.; Catalan, N.; Munoz, I. and Koschorreck, M. 2015.  Hot spots for carbon emissions from Mediterranean fluvial networks during summer drought.  Biogeochemistry, 125, 409-426.
  • Herrmann, A.M.; Bolscher, T. 2015.  Simultaneous screening of microbial energetics and CO2 respiration in soil samples from different ecosystems. Soil Biology & Biochemistry, 83, 88-92.
  • Juarez, M.F.D.; Prahauser, B.; Walter, A.; Insam, H. and Franke-Whittle, I.H. 2015. Co-composting of biowaste and wood ash, influence on a microbially driven-process.  Waste Management, 46, 155-164.
  • Lu, P.; Lin, Y.H.; Yang, Z.Q.; Xu, Y.P.; Tan, F.; Jia, X.D.; Wang, M.; Xu, D.R. and Wang, X.Z.  2015.  Effects of application of corn straw on soil microbial community structure during the maize growing season.  Journal of Basic Microbiology, 55, 22-32.
  • Macdonald, C.A.; Crawley, M.J.; Wright, D.J.; Kuczynski, J.; Robinson, L.; Knight, R.; Abu Al-Soud, W.; Sorensen, S.J.; Deng, Y.; Zhou, J.Z.; Singh, B.K. (2015). Identifying qualitative effects of different grazing types on below-ground communities and function in a long-term field experiment. Environmental Microbiology, 17, 841-854.
  • Morillas, L.; Duran, J.; Rodriguez, A.; Roales, J.; Gallardo, A.; Lovett, G.M. and Groffman, P.M. 2015.  Nitrogen supply modulates the effect of changes in drying-rewetting frequency on soil C and N cycling and greenhouse gas exchange. Global Change Biology, 21, 3854-3863.
  • Nazaries, L.; Tottey, W.; Robinson, L.; Khachane, A.; Abu Al-Soud, W.; Sorensen, S. and Singh, B.K. 2015. Shifts in the microbial community structure explain the response of soil respiration to land-use change but not to climate warming. Soil Biology & Biochemistry, 89, 123-134.
  • Nunan, N.; Lerch, T.Z.; Pouteau, V.; Mora, P.; Changey, E.; Katterer, T.; Giusti-Miller, S. and Herrmann, A.M.  2015.  Metabolising old soil carbon: Simply a matter of simple organic matter?  Soil Biology & Biochemistry, 88 128-136.
  • Nwaishi, F; Petrone, R.M.; Macrae, M.L.; Price, J.S.; Strack, M.; Slawson, R. and Andersen, R.  2015.  Above and below-ground nutrient cycling: a criteria for assessing the biogeochemical functioning of a constructed fen.   Applied Soil Ecology, 98, 177-194.
  • Orozco-Aceves, M.; Standish, R.J. and Tibbett, M.  2015. Long-term conditioning of soil by plantation eucalypts and pines does not affect growth of the native jarrah tree.  Forest Ecology and Management, 338, 92-99.
  • Orozco-Aceves, M.; Standish, R.J. and Tibbett, M. 2015. Soil conditioning and plant-soil feedbacks in a modified forest ecosystem are soil-context dependent. Plant and Soil, 390, 183-194.
  • Papp, R.; Antisari, L.V.; Vianello, G.; Marabottini, R.; Marinari, S.  2015.  Soil Microbial Activity in Hydromorphic-Subaqueous Ecosystems: Processes and Functional Biodiversity.  Eqa-International Journal of Environmental Quality, 18, 11-18.
  • Pawlett, M.; Deeks, L.K. and Sakrabani, R. 2015. Nutrient potential of biosolids and urea derived organo-mineral fertilisers in a field scale experiment using ryegrass (Lolium perenne L.). Field Crops Research, 175 56-63.
  • Struecker, J. and Joergensen, R.G. 2015.  Microorganisms and their substrate utilization patterns in topsoil and subsoil layers of two silt loams, differing in soil organic C accumulation due to colluvial processes.  Soil Biology & Biochemistry, 91 310-317.
  • Swallow, M.J.B. and Quideau, S.A. (2015).  A Method for Determining Community Level Physiological Profiles of Organic Soil Horizons. Soil Science Society of America Journal, 79, 535-542.
  • Trivedi, P.; Rochester, I.J.; Trivedi, C.; Van Nostrand, J.D.; Zhou, J.; Karunaratne, S.; Anderson, I.C. and Singh, B.K.  2015. Soil aggregate size mediates the impacts of cropping regimes on soil carbon and microbial communities.   Soil Biology & Biochemistry, 91, 169-181.
  • Yunusa, I.A.M.; Blair, G.; Zerihun, A.; Yang, S.J.; Wilson, S.C. and Young, I.M. 2015. Enhancing carbon sequestration in soil with coal combustion products: a technology for minimising carbon footprints in coal-power generation and agriculture.  Climatic Change, 131, 559-573.
  • Wang, J.; Chapman, S.J. and Yao, H. (2015). The effect of storage on microbial activity and bacterial community structure of drained and flooded paddy soil. Journal of Soils Sediments, 15, 880–889.