2017 publications

2017

Gutt J, Isla E, Bertler N, Bodeker GE, Bracegirdle TJ, Cavanagh RD, Comiso JC, Convey P, Cummings V, De Conto R, DeMaster D, di Prisco G, d’Ovidio F, Griffiths, HJ, Khan AL, López‐Martínez J, Murray AE, Nielsen UN, Ott S, Post A, Ropert-Coudert Y, Saucède T, Scherer R, Schiaparelli S, Schloss IR, Smith CR, Stefels J, Stevens C, Strugnell JM, Trimborn S, Verde C, Verleyen E, Wall DH, Wilson NG and JC Xavier. 2017. Cross-disciplinarity in the advance of Antarctic ecosystem research. Marine Genomics.

Knox, M.A., Andriuzzi, W.S., Buelow, H.N., Takacs-Vesbach, C., Adams, B.J., Wall, D.H. (2017) Decoupled responses of soil bacteria and their invertebrate consumer to warming, but not freeze–thaw cycles, in the Antarctic Dry ValleysEcology Letters.

Gooseff, M.N., Barrett, J.E., Adams, B.J., Doran, P.T., Fountain, A.G., Lyons, W.B., McKnight, D.M., Priscu, J.C., Sokol, E.R., Takacs-Vesbach, C., Vandegehuchte, M.L., Virginia, R.A., Wall, D.H. (2017) Decadal ecosystem response to an anomalous melt season in a polar desert in AntarcticaNature Ecology and Evolution.

Andriuzzi, W.S., Pulleman, M.M., Cluzeau, D., Pérès, G. (2017) Comparison of two widely used sampling methods in assessing earthworm community responses to agricultural intensification. Applied Soil Ecology, 119, 145–151.

Andriuzzi, W.S., Wall, D.H. (2017) Responses of belowground communities to large aboveground herbivores: meta-analysis reveals biome-dependent patterns and critical research gapsGlobal Change Biology, 23, 3857–3868

Franco, A.L.C., Knox, M.A., Andriuzzi, W.S., de Tomasel, C.M., Sala, O.E., Wall, D.H. (2017) Nematode exclusion and recovery in experimental soil microcosmsSoil Biology and Biochemistry 108, 78-83.

Soong, J.L., Dam, M., Wall, D.H., Cotrufo M.F. (2017). Below‐ground biological responses to pyrogenic organic matter and litter inputs in grasslands. Functional Ecology, 31, 260-269.

García‐Palacios, P., EA Shaw, DH Wall, S Hättenschwiler. 2017. Contrasting mass‐ratio vs. niche complementarity effects on litter C and N loss during decomposition along a regional climatic gradient. Journal of Ecology 10.1111/1365-2745.12730