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PDF | On Jan 1, , Christopher W. Schadt and others published Book Review: Soil Microbiology, Ecology, and Biochemistry. Soil Microbiology and Biochemsitry enconmpasses the broad spectrum of soil organisms and the dynamic processes carried on by them, including ecological. Now in its third edition, this classic textbook includes basic concepts and applications in agriculture, forestry, environmental science, and a new section entirely.
Carbon allocation, belowground transfers and lipid turnover in a plant-microbial association. Soil Science Society of America Journal 76 5 Soil biology in its second golden age. Hand Book of Soil Science.
IV-1 to IV Wallenstein, M. Haddix, D. Lee, R. Conant, and E. Litter-slurry elucidates the key role of enzyme production and microbial dynamics in temperature sensitivity of organic matter decomposition. PDF Cotrufu, F.
Wallenstein, C. Boot, K. Denef, and E. The molecular efficiency-matrix stabilization MEMS framework integrates plant litter decomposition with soil organic matter stabilization. Do labile plant inputs form stable soil organic matter? Global Change Biology PDF Hurrisso, T. Davis, J. Brummer, M. Stromberger, M. Mikha, M. Haddix, M. Boohers, and E. Rapid changes in microbial biomass and aggregate size distribution in response to changes in organic matter management in grass pasture.
Geoderma PDF Li, D. Haddix, E. Paul, R.
Li, J. Zhou, and Y. Differential responses of soil organic carbon fractions to warming: results from an analysis with data assimilation.
PDF Mellor, N. Hellerich, R. Drijber, M. Stromberg, S. Changes in ecosystem carbon following afforestation of native sand prairie. PDF Pisani, O. Hills, D. Courtier-Murias, A. Simpson, N. Paul, S. Morris, and M. Molecular level analysis of long term vegetative shifts and relationships to soil organic matter composition.
Organic Geohemistry PDF Steinweg, J. Dukes, E. Paul and M. Microbial responses to multi-factor climate change: effects on soil enzymes. Frontiers in Microbiology 4 PDF Wallenstein, M. Ayres, H. Steltzer, K. Magrini-Bair, and E.
Litter chemistry changes more rapidly when decomped at home but converges during decomposition-transformation. PDF Hinckley, E. Wieder, N. Fierer, and E. Digging into the world beneath our feet: bridging across scales in the age of global change. EOS 95 11 Haddix, E A. Courier-Murias, M. Conant, A.
Simpson, G. Arhonditsis and M. Accumulation of aliphatic compounds in soil with increasing mean annual temperature. Organic Geochemistry PDF Birge, H. Conant, R.
Haddix, S. Morris, S. Snapp, M. Wallenstein, and E. Roil respiration is not limited by reductions in microbial biomass during long-term soil incubations. Soil Microbiology, Ecology and Biochemistry. Academic Press. San Diego. Paul, E.
Soil microbiology, ecology and biochemistry in perspective. In: Soil Microbiology, Ecology and Biochemistry. Paul ed. Academic Press, pp. Kravchenko, S.
Grandy and S. Soil organic matter dynamics: Controls and management for sustainable ecosystem functioning. In: S. Hamilton, J. Doll, and G.
Robertson, ed. The ecology of agricultural landscapes: long-term research on the path to sustainability. Evans, R. Conant, M. Wallenstein, S. Morris, F. Calderon, and E. Progressing towards more quantitative analytical pyrolysis of soil organic matter using molecular beam mass spectroscopy of whole soils and added standards.
PDF Haddix. Dual, differential isotope labeling shows the preferential movement of labile plant constituents into mineral-bonded soil organic matter. PDF Hinkley, E. Bonan, G. Bowen, B. Colman, P. Duffy, C.
Goodale, B. Houlton, E. Marin-Spiotta, K. Ogle, S. Ollinger, E.
Paul, P. Vitousek, K. Weathers and D. The soil and plant biogeochemistry sampling design for the National Ecological Observatory Network. Ecosphere 7 3 : Article e Review Paper: The nature and dynamics of soil organic matter: plant inputs, mircrobial transformations, and organic matter stabilization.
Haddix, R. Conant, E.
Paul, and M. Molecular composition of soil organic matter with land-use change along a bi-continental mean annual temperature gradient.
PDF - Collins, H. Elliott, K. Paustian, L. Bundy, W. Dick, D. Huggins, A. Smucker, and E. Soil carbon pools and fluxes in long-term corn belt agroecosystems. Cheng, D. Johnson, J. Ball, and E. Use of carbon and carbon to measure the effects of carbon dioxide and nitrogen fertilization on carbon dynamics in ponderosa pine. Soil Science Society of America Journal 64 6 Soil microbiology and biochemistry: directions and challenges for the future.
Siqueira, F. Moreira, A. Lopes, L. Guilherme, V. Faquin, A. Furtini Neto and J. Carvalho eds. Sumner ed. PDF Phillips, C. Harris, S. Dollhopf, K. Gross, J. Prosser, and E. Effects of agronomic treatments on the structure and function of ammonia-oxidizing communities. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 66 12 Paul, and J. Quantitative analysis of ammonia oxidising bacteria using competitive PCR. PDF Robertson, G.
Decomposition and soil organic matter dynamics. Sala, R. Jackson, H. Mooney, and R. Horwarth eds. Springer-Verlag, New York, N. Paul, and R. Greenhouse gases in intensive agriculture: Contributions of individual gases to the radiative forcing of the atmosphere. Science PDF Stoyan, H. De-Polli, S. Robertson, and E. Spatial heterogeneity of soil respiration and related properties at the plant scale.
Plant and Soil PDF Kosola, K. Dickmann, E. Paul, and D. Repeated insect defoliation effects on growth, nitrogen acquisition, carbohydrates, and root demography of poplars.
Oecologia 1 PDF Leavitt, S.
Pendall, E. Paul, T. Brooks, B. Kimball, P. Pinter, H. Johnson, A. Matthias, G. Wall, and R. Stable-carbon isotopes and soil organic carbon in wheat under CO2 enrichment.
New Phytologist 2 Collins, and S. Morris, and S. The determination of soil C pool sizes and turnover rates: Biophysical fractionation and tracers. Lal, J. Kimble, R. Follett, and B. Stewart eds. PDF Willson, T. Biologically active soil organic matter fractions in sustainable cropping systems. Applied Soil Ecology 16 1 PDF Hanson, E. Throop, S. Serce, J. Ravenscroft, and E. Comparison of nitrification rates in blueberry and forest soils. Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science 1 PDF Morris, S.
Forest ecology and soil organic matter. In: J. Birdsey, R. Lal, R. Follett and J. Heath eds. The potential of US forest soil to sequester carbon and mitigate the greenhouse effect. PDF Reilly, J. Tubiello, B. McCarl, D. Abler, R. Darwin, K. Fuglie, S. Hollinger, C. Izuaralde, S. Jagtad, J. Jones, L. Mearns, D. Ojima, E. Paul, K. Paustian, S. Rihas, and N. Agriculture and climate change.
Cambridge University Press. Cambridge UK. Sanchez, J. Willson, J.
Smeenk, and R. Corn root effects on the nitrogen-supplying capacity of a conditioned soil. Agronomy Journal 94 3 : PDF Six, J.
Lenders, S De Gryze, S. Morris, E. Gregorich, E. Paul, and K. Measuring and understanding carbon storage in afforested soils by physical fractionation. Soil Science Society of America Journal 66 6. PDF Six. Stabilization mechanisms of soil organic matter: Implications for C-saturation of soils.
Plant and Soil 2 PDF Blackwood, C. Eubacterial community structure and population size within the soil light fraction, rhizosphere, and heavy fraction of several agricultural systems. Marsh, S. Kim, and E. Terminal restriction fragment length polymorphism data analysis for quantitative comparison of microbial communities. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 69 2 Welicky, S. Anderson, and E. NCPMAS nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy and biological stability of soil organic matter in whole soil and particle-size fractions.
Organic Geochemistry 34 12 PDF Fortuna, A. Harwood, K. Kizilkaya, and E. Optimizing nutrient availability and potential carbon sequestration. Harwood, and E. Soil Science 6 PDF Fortuna A.
Harwood, G. Robertson, J. Fisk, and E. Seasonal changes in nitrification potential associated with application of N fertilizer and compost in maize systems of southwest Michigan. Morris, J. Six, K. Paustian, and E. Interpretation of soil carbon and nitrogen dynamics in agricultural and afforested soils.
Soil Science Society of America Journal 67 5 PDF Rillig, M. Ramsey, S. Morris, and E A. Glomulin, an arbuscular-mycorrhizal fungal soil protein, responds to land-use change. Soil organic carbon pool changes following land-use conversions. Global Change Biology 10 7 Durall, G. Robertson, D. Dickman, D. Parry, CA. Russell, and E. Resilience of mycorrhyzal fungi on defoliated and fertilized hybrid poplar. PDF Lavelle, D. Bignell, M. Austen, V. Brown, V. Behan-Pelletier, J.
Giller, S. Hawkins, G. Brown, M. John, H. Hunt, and E. Connecting soil and sediment biodiversity: The role of scale and implications for management.
Wall ed. Island Press Washington, pp. Collins, K. Paustian, E. Elliott, S. Frey, N. Juma, H. Janzen, C. Campbell, R. Zentner, G. Lafond, and A. Management effects on the dynamics and storage rates of organic matter in long-term rotations. PDF Russell, C. Kosola, E. Paul, and G. Nitrogen cycling in poplar stands defoliated by insects. Biogeochemistry 68 3 : PDF Sanchez, J. Harwood, T.
Willson, K. Kizilkaya, J. Smeenk, E. Parker, E. Paul, B. Knezek, and G. Managing soil carbon and nitrogen for productivity and environmental quality.
Agronomy Journal 96 3 PDF van der Putten, W. Anderson, R. Bardgett, V. Behan-Pelletier, D. Bignell, G. Brown, L. Brussaard, H. Hunt, P. Ineson, T. Jones, P. Nat Rev Microbiol BMC Genomics Trends Biotechnol Appl Environ Microbiol Proc Natl Acad Sci Antonie Van Leeuwenhoek Microbiol Mol Biol Rev Curr Opin Microbiol Chem Biol 5:RR J Appl Microbiol In: Nucleic acid techniques in bacterial systematics. Wiley, Chichester, pp Appl Soil Ecol Nature Biol Fert Soils His research focuses on the dynamics of soil organic matter and the microbial ecology of soil.
It covers the subject in sufficient depth for an advanced undergraduate or post graduate course in soil microbiology and biochemistry The topics are covered to a depth that addresses a wide range of readers, from those who wish an overview of the subject to those who need to know the fundamental microbiology or biochemistry. The 18 chapters are divded into five broad subject areas, starting with background and continuing through the soil biota, interactions, biochemistry, and concluding with the impact of human processes.
There is little current appreciation of the impact of cultivation on soil ecosystems, thus we employ few strategies to manage these systems to our advantage. A book like this is food for though. We are always looking for ways to improve customer experience on Elsevier.
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