Saturday, February 6, 2016

Some recent papers from the lab (late 2015, early 2016)

Antoninka, A.J., Bowker, M.A., Reed, S.C., Doherty, K.D. 2015. Production of greenhouse-grown biocrust mosses and associated cyanobacteria to rehabilitate dryland soil function. Restoration Ecology doi:10.1111/rec/12311.

Results of one of our first experiments in the bryotron, the work that has convinced us there's a bright future in culturing biocrusts for rehabilitation. This photo has become the face of our lab.

Antoninka, A.J., Ritchie, M.E., Johnson, N.C. 2015. The hidden Serengeti - Mycorrhizal fungi respond to environmental gradients. Pedobiologia 58:165-176.

Rainfall and soil gradients differentially affect various members of the arbuscular mycorrhizal community. 

Delgado-Baquerizo, M., Maestre, F.T., Gallardo, A., Bowker M.A., et al. (over 50 authors) 2016. Human impacts and aridity differentially alter soil N availability in drylands worldwide. Global Ecology and Biogeography 25:36-45.

Another product from the global drylands database featuring, I think, the first SEM Manu constructed and a clever way that he summarized human impacts spatially. The guy is on fire.

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