Publications - Page 2

2017

  • Al-Maliki, S.M.J.; Jones, D.L.; Godbold, D.L.; Gwynn-Jones, D. and Scullion, J.  2017. Elevated CO2 and Tree Species Affect Microbial Activity and Associated Aggregate Stability in Soil Amended with Litter.  Forests, 8(3), 70.
  • Azimi, Y. and Thompson, I.P.  2017. Phosphorus Depletion as a Green Alternative to Biocides for Controlling Biodegradation of Metalworking Fluids.  Environmental Science & Technology, 51, 5695-5702.
  • Bardelli, T.; Gomez-Brandon, M.; Ascher-Jenull, J.; Fornasier, F.; Arfaioli, P.; Francioli, D.; Egli, M.; Sartori, G.; Insamb, H. and Pietramellara, G.  2017.  Effects of slope exposure on soil physico-chemical and microbiological properties along an altitudinal climosequence in the Italian Alps.  Science of the Total Environment, 575, 1041-1055.
  • Brolsma, K.M.; Vonk, J.A.; Mommer, L.; Van Ruijven, J.; Hoffland, E. and De Goede. R.G.M.  2017. Microbial catabolic diversity in and beyond the rhizosphere of plant species and plant genotypes.  Pedobiologia, 61, 43-49.
  • Bulot, A.; Potard, K.; Bureau, F.; Berard, A. and Dutoit, T. 2017.  Ecological restoration by soil transfer: impacts on restored soil profiles and topsoil functions. Restoration Ecology, 25, 354-366.
  • de Dato, G.; Lagomarsino, A.; Lellei-Kovacs, E.; Liberati, D.; Abou Jaoude, R.; Marabottini, R.; Stazi, S.R.; Guidolotti, G.; Kovacs-Lang, E.; Kroel-Dulay, G. and De Angelis, P.  2017.  The Response of Soil CO2 Efflux to Water Limitation Is Not Merely a Climatic Issue: The Role of Substrate Availability. Forests, 8, 241.
  • Davies, T.K.R.; Lovelock, C.E.; Pettit, N.E. and Grierson, P.F.  2017.  Short-term microbial respiration in an arid zone mangrove soil is limited by availability of gallic acid, phosphorus and ammonium.  Soil Biology & Biochemistry, 115, 73-81.
  • Delgado-Baquerizo, M.; Reich, P.B.; Khachane, A.N.; Campbell, C.D.; Thomas, N.; Freitag, T.E.; Abu Al-Soud, W.; Sorensen, S.; Bardgett, R.D. and Singh, B.K.  2017. It is elemental: soil nutrient stoichiometry drives bacterial diversity.  Environmental Microbiology, 19, 1176-1188.
  • Delgado-Baquerizo, M.; Trivedi, P.; Trivedi, C.; Eldridge, D.J.; Reich, P.B.; Jeffries, T.C. and Singh, B.K.  2017. Microbial richness and composition independently drive soil multifunctionality. Functional Ecology, 31, 2330-2343.
  • Domínguez, M.T.; Gutiérrez, E.; González-Domínguez, B.; Román, M.; Ávila, J.M.; Ramo, C.; Gonzalez, J.M. and García. L.V. 2017. Impacts of protected colonial birds on soil microbial communities: When protection leads to degradation. Soil Biology and Biochemistry, 105, 59-70.
  • Evans, R.; Alessi, A.M.; Bird, S.; McQueen-Mason, S.J.; Bruce, N.C.and Brockhurst, M.A.  2017.  Defining the functional traits that drive bacterial decomposer community productivity.  ISME Journal, 11, 1680-1687.
  • Florio, A.; Pommier, T.; Gervaix, J.; Berard, A. and Le Roux, X.  2017.  Soil C and N statuses determine the effect of maize inoculation by plant growth-promoting rhizobacteria on nitrifying and denitrifying communities. Scientific Reports, 7, 8411.
  • Fonseca, M.B.; Dias, T.; Carolino, M.M.; Franca, M.G.C. and Cruz, C.  2017. Belowground microbes mitigate plant-plant competition. Plant Science, 262 175-181.
  • Garcia-Palacios, P.; Shaw, E.A.; Wall, D.H. and Hattenschwiler, S.  2017.  Contrasting mass-ratio vs. niche complementarity effects on litter C and N loss during decomposition along a regional climatic gradient.  Journal of Ecology, 105, 968-978.
  • Howell, D.M. and MacKenzie, M.D.  2017.  Using bioavailable nutrients and microbial dynamics to assess soil type and placement depth in reclamation.  Applied Soil Ecology, 116, 87-95.
  • Khlifa, R.; Paquette, A.; Messier, C.; Reich, P.B. and Munson, A.D. 2017. Do temperate tree species diversity and identity influence soil microbial community function and composition?  Ecology and Evolution, 7, 7965-7974.
  • Liu, H.W.; Carvalhais, L.C.; Schenk, P.M. and Dennis, P.G.  2017.  Effects of jasmonic acid signalling on the wheat microbiome differ between body sites.  Scientific Reports, 7: 41766.
  • Orozco-Aceves, M.; Tibbett, M.; Standish, R.J.  2017.  Correlation between soil development and native plant growth in forest restoration after surface mining.  Ecological Engineering, 106, 209-218.
  • Stazi, S.R.; Moscatelli, M.C.; Papp, R.; Crognale, S.; Grego, S.; Martin, M. and Marabottini, R. 2017.  A Multi-biological Assay Approach to Assess Microbial Diversity in Arsenic (As) Contaminated Soils.  Geomicrobiology Journal, 34, 183-192.
  • Stutter, M.I. and Cains, J.  2017.  Changes in aquatic microbial responses to C-substrates with stream water and sediment quality related to land use pressures.  Chemosphere, 184, 548-558.
  • Tlili, A.; Hollender, J.; Kienle, C. and Behra, R.  2017. Micropollutant-induced tolerance of in situ periphyton: Establishing causality in wastewater-impacted streams.  Water Research, 111, 185-194.
  • Thoumazeau, A.; Gay, F.; Alonso, P.; Suvannang, N.; Phongjinda, A.; Panklang, P.; Tiphaine, C.; Bessou, C. and Brauman, A.  2017.  SituResp® : A time- and cost-effective method to assess basal soil respiration in the field. Applied Soil Ecology, 121, 223-230.
  • Trivedi, P.; Delgado-Baquerizo, M.; Jeffries, T.C.; Trivedi, C.; Anderson,I.C.; Lai, K.; Mcnee, M.; Flower, K.; Singh, B.P.; Minkey, D. and Singh, B.K.  2017.  Soil aggregation and associated microbial communities modify the impact of agricultural management on carbon content.  Environmental Microbiology, 19, 3070-3086.
  • Wakelin, S. A.; Condron, L. M.; Gerard, E.; Dignam, B. E. A.; Black, A. and O'Callaghan, M. 2017. Long-term P fertilisation of pasture soil did not increase soil organic matter stocks but increased microbial biomass and activity.  Biology and Fertility of Soils, 53, 511-521.
  • Wasserstrom, H.; Ben-Ezra, V.E.; Sherman, C.; Unc, A. and Steinberger, Y.  2017. The influence of flint stones on a soil microbial community in the northern Negev Desert.  Aims Microbiology, 3, 580-595.
  • Weng, Z.; Van Zwieten, L.; Singh, B.P.; Tavakkoli, E.; Joseph, S.; Macdonald, L.M.; Rose, T.J.; Rose, M.T.; Kimber, S.W.L.; Morris, S.; Cozzolino, D.; Araujo, .JR.; Archanjo, B.S. and Cowie, A.  2017.  Biochar built soil carbon over a decade by stabilizing rhizodeposits.  Nature Climate Change, 7, 371-376.
  • Yang, W.H.; Zhang, T.X.; Lin, S. and Ni, W.Z.  2017.  Distance-dependent varieties of microbial community structure and metabolic functions in the rhizosphere of Sedum alfredii Hance during phytoextraction of a cadmium-contaminated soil.  Environmental Science and Pollution Research, 24,14234-14248.
  • Zaayman, M.; Siggins, A.; Horne, D.; Lowe, H. and Horswell, J.  2017. Investigation of triclosan contamination on microbial biomass and other soil health indicators. FEMS Microbiology Letters, 364(16),fnx163, https://doi.org/10.1093/femsle/fnx163