Publications

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Author Title Type [ Year(Asc)]
2016
Gartzia-Bengoetxea N., Kandeler E., de Arano I.M, Arias-Gonzalez A..  2016.  Soil microbial functional activity is governed by a combination of tree species composition and soil properties in temperate forests. Applied Soil Ecology. 100:57-64.
Bérard A., Capowiez L., Mombo S., Schreck E., Dumat C., Deola F., Capowiez Y..  2016.  Soil microbial respiration and PICT responses to an industrial and historic lead pollution: a field study. Environmental Science and Pollution Research. 23:4271-4281.
Liu H.W, Carvalhais L.C, Crawford M., Dang Y.P, Dennis P.G, Schenk P.M.  2016.  Strategic tillage increased the relative abundance of Acidobacteria but did not impact on overall soil microbial properties of a 19-year no-till Solonetz. Biology and Fertility of Soils. 52:1021-1035.
Liu H, Crawford M, Carvalhais LC, Dang YP, Dennis PG, Schenk PM.  2016.  Strategic tillage on a Grey Vertosol after fifteen years of no-till management had no short-term impact on soil properties and agronomic productivity. Geoderma. 267:146-155.
Gray S.M, Poisot T., Harvey E., Mouquet N., Miller T.E, Gravel D..  2016.  Temperature and trophic structure are driving microbial productivity along a biogeographical gradient. Ecography. 39:981-989.
Mellado A., Morillas L., Gallardo A., Zamora R..  2016.  Temporal dynamic of parasite-mediated linkages between the forest canopy and soil processes and the microbial community. New Phytologist. 211:1382-1392.
Armitage D.W.  2016.  Time-variant species pools shape competitive dynamics and biodiversity - ecosystem function relationships. Proceedings of the Royal Society B-Biological Sciences. 283:8.
McIntosh A.CS, Macdonald S.E, Quideau S.A.  2016.  Understory Plant Community Composition Is Associated with Fine-Scale Above- and Below-Ground Resource Heterogeneity in Mature Lodgepole Pine (Pinus contorta) Forests. Plos One. 11:17.
Wang J, Lin H, Sun W, Xia Y, Ma J, Fu J, Zhang Z, Wu H, Qian M.  2016.  Variations in the fate and biological effects of sulfamethoxazole, norfloxacin and doxycycline in different vegetable–soil systems following manure application. Journal of Hazardous Materials. 304:49-57.
2015
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.
Castillo-Monroy A.P, Bowker M.A, Garcia-Palacios P., Maestre F.T.  2015.  Aspects of soil lichen biodiversity and aggregation interact to influence subsurface microbial function. Plant and Soil. 386:303-316.
Ramezanian A., Dahlin A.S, Campbell C.D, Hillier S., Oeborn I..  2015.  Assessing biogas digestate, pot ale, wood ash and rockdust as soil amendments: effects on soil chemistry and microbial community composition. Acta Agriculturae Scandinavica Section B-Soil and Plant Science. 65:383-399.
Juárez MFernández, Prähauser B, Walter A, Insam H, Franke-Whittle IH.  2015.  Co-composting of biowaste and wood ash, influence on a microbially driven-process. Waste Management. 46:155-164.
Wang J., Chapman S.J, Yao H.Y.  2015.  The effect of storage on microbial activity and bacterial community structure of drained and flooded paddy soil. Journal of Soils and Sediments. 15:880-889.
Lu P., Lin Y.H, Yang Z.Q, Xu Y.P, Tan F., Jia X.D, Wang M., Xu D.R, 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.
Brolsma K.M, Vonk J.A, Hoffland E., Mulder C., de Goede R.GM.  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 and Fertility of Soils. 51:913-922.
Yunusa I.AM, Blair G., Zerihun A., Yang S.J, Wilson S.C, 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.
Chodak M., Klimek B., Azarbad H., Jazwa M..  2015.  Functional diversity of soil microbial communities under Scots pine, Norway spruce, silver birch and mixed boreal forests. Pedobiologia. 58:81-88.
Gómez-Gener L, Obrador B, von Schiller D, Marcé R, Casas-Ruiz JPere, Proia L, Acuña V, Catalán N, Muñoz I, Koschorreck M.  2015.  Hot spots for carbon emissions from Mediterranean fluvial networks during summer drought. Biogeochemistry. 125:409-426.
Macdonald C.A, Crawley M.J, Wright D.J, Kuczynski J., Robinson L., Knight R., W. Al-Soud A, Sorensen S.J, Deng Y., Zhou J.Z et al..  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.
Bao X.L, Yu J., Liang W.J, Lu C.Y, Zhu J.G, 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 T.Z.  2015.  Levels and limits in artificial selection of communities. Ecology Letters. 18:1040-1048.
Orozco-Aceves M., Standish R.J, 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.
Nunan N., Lerch T.Z, Pouteau V., Mora P., Changey F., Kätterer T., Giusti-Miller S., Herrmann A.M.  2015.  Metabolising old soil carbon: Simply a matter of simple organic matter? Soil Biology and Biochemistry. 88:128-136.
Swallow M.JB, Quideau S.A.  2015.  A Method for Determining Community Level Physiological Profiles of Organic Soil Horizons. Soil Science Society of America Journal. 79:536-542.