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2021
Arca V, Power SA, Delgado-Baquerizo M, Pendall E, Ochoa-Hueso R.  2021.  Seasonal effects of altered precipitation regimes on ecosystem-level CO2 fluxes and their drivers in a grassland from Eastern Australia. Plant and Soil. 460:435-451.
Wang F, Li Z, Su F, Guo H, Wang P, Guo J, Zhu W, Wang Y, Hu S.  2021.  Sensitive Groups of Bacteria Dictate Microbial Functional Responses to Short-term Warming and N Input in a Semiarid Grassland. Ecosystems.
Stokes A., Angeles G., Anthelme F., Aranda-Delgado E., Barois I., Bounous M., Cruz-Maldonado N., Decaens T., Fourtier S., Freschet G.T et al..  2021.  Shifts in soil and plant functional diversity along an altitudinal gradient in the French Alps. Bmc Research Notes. 14:4.
Asirifi I., Werner S., Heinze S., Saba C.KS, Lawson I.YD, Marschner B..  2021.  Short-Term Effect of Biochar on Microbial Biomass, Respiration and Enzymatic Activities in Wastewater Irrigated Soils in Urban Agroecosystems of the West African Savannah. Agronomy-Basel. 11:15.
Gil-Martinez M., Lopez-Garcia A., Dominguez M.T, Kjoller R., Navarro-Fernandez C.M, Rosendahl S., Maranon T..  2021.  Soil fungal diversity and functionality are driven by plant species used in phytoremediation. Soil Biology and Biochemistry. 153:12.
Ivashchenko K., Sushko S., Selezneva A., Ananyeva N., Zhuravleva A., Kudeyarov V., Makarov M., Blagodatsky S..  2021.  Soil microbial activity along an altitudinal gradient: Vegetation as a main driver beyond topographic and edaphic factors. Applied Soil Ecology. 168:12.
Amarasinghe A., Fyfe C., Knox O.GG, de Bruyn L.AL, Kristiansen P., Wilson B.R.  2021.  Spatial distribution of soil microbial activity and soil properties associated with Eucalyptus and Acacia plantings in NSW, Australia. Soil Research. 59:609-618.
Guillot E., Bertrand I., Rumpel C., Gomez C., Arnal D., Abadie J., Hinsinger P..  2021.  Spatial heterogeneity of soil quality within a Mediterranean alley cropping agroforestry system: Comparison with a monocropping system. European Journal of Soil Biology. 105:10.
Csontos P., Mucsi M., Ragalyi P., Tamas J., Kalapos T., Papay G., Mjazovszky A., Penksza K., Szili-Kovacs T..  2021.  Standing Vegetation Exceeds Soil Microbial Communities in Soil Type Indication: A Procrustes Test of Four Salt-Affected Pastures. Agronomy-Basel. 11:12.
Smith TP, Clegg T, Bell T, Pawar S.  2021.  Systematic variation in the temperature dependence of bacterial carbon use efficiency. Ecology Letters. 24:2123-2133.
2020
Rincon-Florez V.A, Carvalhais L.C, Dang Y.P, Crawford M.H, Schenk P.M, Dennis P.G.  2020.  Significant effects on soil microbial communities were not detected after strategic tillage following 44 years of conventional or no-tillage management. Pedobiologia. 80:8.
Guebre D., Traore S., Hien E., Some D., Bationo B.A, Wiesmeier M..  2020.  Soil macrofaunal activity, microbial catabolic limitations and nutrient cycling in cropping systems amended with woody residues and nitrogen inputs. Pedobiologia. 83:10.
Bongiorno G., Bunemann E.K, Brussaard L., Mader P., Oguejiofor C.U, de Goede R.GM.  2020.  Soil management intensity shifts microbial catabolic profiles across a range of European long-term field experiments. Applied Soil Ecology. 154:13.
Chen Z.M, Wang Q., Ma J.W, Chapman S., Zou P., Ye J., Yu Q.G, Sun W.C, Lin H., Jiang L.N.  2020.  Soil microbial activity and community composition as influenced by application of pig biogas slurry in paddy field in southeast China. Paddy and Water Environment. 18:15-25.
Fromin N., Shihan A., Santonja M., Baldy V., Hattenschwiler S..  2020.  Soil microbial activity in a Mediterranean garrigue responds more to changing shrub community than to reduced rainfall. Plant and Soil. 449:405-421.
Su Y., Yu M., Xi H., Lv J.L, Ma Z.H, Kou C.L, Shen A..  2020.  Soil microbial community shifts with long-term of different straw return in wheat-corn rotation system. Scientific Reports. 10:10.
Klimek B., Chodak M., Jazwa M., Azarbad H., Niklinska M..  2020.  Soil physicochemical and microbial drivers of temperature sensitivity of soil organic matter decomposition under boreal forests. Pedosphere. 30:528-534.
Amarasinghe A., Fyfe C., Knox O.GG, de Bruyn L.ALobry, Kristiansen P., Wilson B.R.  2020.  Spatial distribution of soil microbial activity and soil properties associated with Eucalyptus and Acacia plantings in NSW, Australia. Soil Research. :-.
2019
Soliveres S., Garcia-Palacios P..  2019.  Secondary succession, biotic interactions and the functioning of roadside communities: plant-soil interactions matter more than plant-plant interactions. Ecosistemas. 28:50-60.
Koryachenko O, Girsowicz R, Dekel Y, Doniger T, Steinberger Y.  2019.  Sedimentary Marl mudstone as a substrate in a xeric environment revealed by microbiome analysis. Extremophiles. 23:337-346.
Beuschel R., Piepho H.P, Joergensen R.G, Wachendorf C..  2019.  Similar spatial patterns of soil quality indicators in three poplar-based silvo-arable alley cropping systems in Germany. Biology and Fertility of Soils. 55:1-14.
Liu H.W, Khan M.Y, Carvalhais L.C, Delgado-Baquerizo M., Yan L.J, Crawford M., Dennis P.G, Singh B., Schenk P.M.  2019.  Soil amendments with ethylene precursor alleviate negative impacts of salinity on soil microbial properties and productivity. Scientific Reports. 9:13.
Dacal M., Bradford M.A, Plaza C., Maestre F.T, Garcia-Palacios P..  2019.  Soil microbial respiration adapts to ambient temperature in global drylands. Nature Ecology & Evolution. 3:232-+.
Bonner M.TL, Herbohn J., Gregorio N., Pasa A., Avela M.S, Solano C., Moreno M.OM, Almendras-Ferraren A., Wills J., Shoo L.P et al..  2019.  Soil organic carbon recovery in tropical tree plantations may depend on restoration of soil microbial composition and function. Geoderma. 353:70-80.
Lemmel F, Maunoury-Danger F, Fanesi A, Leyval C, Cébron A.  2019.  Soil Properties and Multi-Pollution Affect Taxonomic and Functional Bacterial Diversity in a Range of French Soils Displaying an Anthropisation Gradient. Microbial Ecology. 77:993-1013.