Soil Biology and Biochemistry

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  • Manganese limitation as a mechanism for reduced decomposition in soils under atmospheric nitrogen deposition.  127:252-263. 2018
  • Evidence for multi-trophic effects of pesticide seed treatments on non targeted soil fauna.  125:144-155. 2018
  • Winter soil freeze-thaw cycles lead to reductions in soil microbial biomass and activity not compensated for by soil warming.  116:39-47. 2018
  • Microbial physiology and necromass regulate agricultural soil carbon accumulation.  91:279-290. 2015
  • Soil microbial communities vary as much over time as with chronic warming and nitrogen additions.  88:19-24. 2015
  • Permafrost microbial community traits and functional diversity indicate low activity at in situ thaw temperatures.  87:78-89. 2015
  • Bacterial growth and growth-limiting nutrients following chronic nitrogen additions to a hardwood forest soil.  59:32-37. 2013
  • Response of anaerobic carbon cycling to water table manipulation in an Alaskan rich fen.  58:50-60. 2013
  • Comment on the review by German et al. (2011) "Optimization of hydrolytic and oxidative enzyme methods for ecosystem studies" [Soil Biology & Biochemistry 43: 1387-1397].  48:196-197. 2012
  • Controls of isotopic patterns in saprotrophic and ectomycorrhizal fungi.  48:60-68. 2012
  • Examining N-limited soil microbial activity using community-level physiological profiling based on O-2 consumption.  47:46-52. 2012
  • Microbial immobilization and mineralization of dissolved organic nitrogen from forest floors.  43:1742-1745. 2011
  • Optimization of an oxygen-based approach for community-level physiological profiling of soils.  40:2960-2969. 2008
  • Microbial biomass, functional capacity, and community structure after 12 years of soil warming.  40:2904-2907. 2008
  • A comparison of methods to determine the biodegradable dissolved organic carbon from different terrestrial sources.  38:1933-1942. 2006
  • Do growth yield efficiencies differ between soil microbial communities differing in fungal: bacterial ratios? Reality check and methodological issues.  38:837-844. 2006
  • Physiological and molecular characterisation of microbial communities associated with different water-stable aggregate size classes.  37:2007-2016. 2005
  • Patterns of natural N-15 in soils and plants from chemically and organically fertilized uplands.  35:1493-1500. 2003
  • Reciprocal transfer of carbon and nitrogen by decomposer fungi at the soil-litter interface.  35:1001-1004. 2003
  • Carbohydrate use and assimilation by litter and soil fungi assessed by carbon isotopes and BIOLOG (R) assays.  35:303-311. 2003
  • Soil microbial biomass and activity in tropical riparian forests..  33:1339-1348. 2001
  • N(2)O emissions from humid tropical agricultural soils: effects of soil moisture, texture and nitrogen availability.  33:1077-1093. 2001
  • Biodegradable dissolved organic carbon in forest soil solution and effects of chronic nitrogen deposition..  32:1743-1751. 2000
  • Dissolved organic carbon and nitrogen relationships in forest litter as affected by nitrogen deposition.  32:603-613. 2000
  • Variation in soil net mineralization rates with dissolved organic carbon additions.  32:597-601. 2000
  • Fast nitrate immobilization in N saturated temperate forest soils.  32:151-156. 2000
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    International Standard Serial Number (issn)

  • 0038-0717
  • Electronic International Standard Serial Number (eissn)

  • 1879-3428