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Related OSU Publications 2005-2008
Boyle, S. A., R. R. Yarwood, P. J. Bottomley, and D. D. Myrold. 2008. Bacterial and fungal contributions to soil nitrogen cycling under Douglas fir and red alder at two sites in Oregon. Soil Biology & Biochemistry 40:443-451.
Brant, J. B., E. W. Sulzman, and D. D. Myrold. 2006. Microbial community utilization of added carbon substrates in response to long-term carbon input manipulation. Soil Biology & Biochemistry 38:2219-2232.
Brenner, R. E., R. D. Boone, J. B. Jones, K. Lajtha, and R. W. Ruess. 2006. Successional and physical controls on the retention of nitrogen in an undisturbed boreal forest ecosystem. Oecologia 148:602-611.
Burrows, E. H., J. L. Bubier, A. Mosedale, G. W. Cobb, and P. M. Crill. 2005. Net ecosystem exchange of carbon dioxide in a temperate poor fen: a comparison of automated and manual chamber techniques. Biogeochemistry 76:21-45.
Cliff, J. B., P. J. Bottomley, D. J. Gaspar, and D. D. Myrold. 2007. Nitrogen mineralization and assimilation at millimeter scales. Soil Biology & Biochemistry 39:823-826.
Cliff, J. B., D. J. Gaspar, P. J. Bottomley, and D. D. Myrold. 2005. Microbial C and N assimilation in soils and model systems as revealed by ToF-SIMS. Geochimica Et Cosmochimica Acta 69:A527-A527.
Colwell, F. S., S. Boyd, M. E. Delwiche, D. W. Reed, T. J. Phelps, and D. T. Newby. 2008. Estimates of Biogenic Methane Production Rates in Deep Marine Sediments at Hydrate Ridge, Cascadia Margin. Applied & Environmental Microbiology published online ahead of print on 14 March 2008.
Crow, S. E., E. W. Sulzman, W. D. Rugh, R. D. Bowden, and K. Lajtha. 2006. Isotopic analysis of respired CO2 during decomposition of separated soil organic matter pools. Soil Biology & Biochemistry 38:3279-3291.
Crow, S. E., and R. K. Wieder. 2005. Sources of Co-2 emission from a northern peatland: Root respiration, exudation, and decomposition. Ecology 86:1825-1834.
Fahey, T. J., T. G. Siccama, C. T. Driscoll, G. E. Likens, J. Campbell, C. E. Johnson, J. J. Battles, J. D. Aber, J. J. Cole, M. C. Fisk, P. M. Groffman, S. P. Hamburg, R. T. Holmes, P. A. Schwarz, and R. D. Yanai. 2005. The biogeochemistry of carbon at Hubbard Brook. Biogeochemistry 75:109-176.
Hibbard, K. A., B. E. Law, M. Reichstein, and J. Sulzman. 2005. An analysis of soil respiration across northern hemisphere temperate ecosystems. Biogeochemistry 73:29-70.
Hobbie, E. A., P. T. Rygiewicz, M. G. Johnscin, and A. R. Moldenke. 2007. C-13 and N-15 in microarthropods reveal little response of Douglas-fir ecosystems to climate change. Global Change Biology 13:1386-1397.
Högberg, M. N., D. D. Myrold, R. Giesler, and P. Högberg. 2006. Contrasting patterns of soil N-cycling in model ecosystems of Fennoscandian boreal forests. Oecologia 147:96-107.
Holub, S. M., K. Lajtha, J. D. H. Spears, J. A. Toth, S. E. Crow, B. A. Caldwell, M. Papp, and P. T. Nagy. 2005. Organic matter manipulations have little effect on gross and net nitrogen transformations in two temperate forest mineral soils in the USA and central Europe. Forest Ecology and Management 214:320-330.
Hommes, N. G., E. G. Kurth, L. A. Sayavedra-Soto, and D. J. Arp. 2006. Disruption of sucA, which encodes the E1 subunit of alpha -ketoglutarate dehydrogenase, affects the survival of Nitrosomonas europaea in stationary phase. Journal of Bacteriology 188:343-347.
Hood, R. R., E. A. Laws, R. A. Armstrong, N. R. Bates, C. W. Brown, C. A. Carlson, F. Chai, S. C. Doney, P. G. Falkowski, R. A. Feely, M. A. M. Friedrichs, M. R. Landry, J. K. Moore, D. M. Nelson, T. L. Richardson, B. Salihoglu, M. Schartau, D. A. Toole, and J. D. Wiggert. 2006. Pelagic functional group modeling: Progress, challenges and prospects. Deep-Sea Research Part II -Topical Studies in Oceanography 53:459-512.
Istok, J. D., M. M. Park, A. D. Peacock, M. Oostrom, and T. Wietsma. 2007. An experimental investigation of nitrogen gas produced during denitrification. Ground Water 45:461-467.
Lajtha, K., S. E. Crow, Y. Yano, S. S. Kaushal, E. Sulzman, P. Sollins, and J. D. H. Spears. 2005. Detrital controls on soil solution N and dissolved organic matter in soils: a field experiment. Biogeochemistry 76:261-281.
Machado, S., K. Rhinhart, and S. Petrie. 2006. Long-term cropping system effects on carbon sequestration in Eastern Oregon. Journal of Environmental Quality 35:1548-1553.
McManus, J., W. M. Berelson, S. Severmann, R. L. Poulson, D. E. Hammond, G. P. Klinkhammer, and C. Holm. 2006. Molybdenum and uranium geochemistry in continental margin sediments: Paleoproxy potential. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 70:4643-4662.
Myrold, D. D., and N. R. Posavatz. 2007. Potential importance of bacteria and fungi in nitrate assimilation in soil. Soil Biology & Biochemistry 39:1737-1743.
Park, S., and R. L. Ely. 2008. Thermotolerant hydrogenases: Biological diversity, properties, and biotechnological applications. Archives of Microbiology 189:541-548.
Perakis, S. S., D. A. Maguire, T. D. Bullen, K. Cromack, R. H. Waring, and J. R. Boyle. 2006. Coupled nitrogen and calcium cycles in forests of the Oregon Coast Range. Ecosystems 9:63-74.
Rillig, M. C., B. A. Caldwell, H. A. B. Wosten, and P. Sollins. 2007. Role of proteins in soil carbon and nitrogen storage: controls on persistence. Biogeochemistry 85:25-44.
Rusch, A., M. Huettel, C. Wild, and C. E. Reimers. 2006. Benthic oxygen consumption and organic matter turnover in organic-poor, permeable shelf sands. Aquatic Geochemistry 12:1-19.
Ryan, M. G., and B. E. Law. 2005. Interpreting, measuring, and modeling soil respiration. Biogeochemistry 73:3-27.
Siebert, C., J. McManus, A. Bice, R. L. Poulson, and W. M. Berelson. 2006. Molybdenum isotope signatures in continental margin marine sediments. Earth and Planetary Science Letters 241:723-733.
Sollins, P., C. Swanston, M. Kleber, T. Filley, M. Kramer, S. Crow, B. A. Caldwell, K. Lajtha, and R. Bowden. 2006. Organic C and N stabilization in a forest soil: Evidence from sequential density fractionation. Soil Biology & Biochemistry 38:3313-3324.
Starkenburg, S. R., D. J. Arp, and P. J. Bottomley. 2008. D-Lactate metabolism and the obligate requirement for CO2 during growth on nitrite by the facultative lithoautotroph Nitrobacter hamburgensis. Microbiology 154:2473-2481.
Starkenburg, S. R., D. J. Arp, and P. J. Bottomley. 2008. Expression of a putative nitrite reductase and the reversible inhibition of nitrite-dependent respiration by nitric oxide in Nitrobacter winogradskyi Nb-255. Environmental microbiology 10:3036-3042.
Starkenburg, S. R., P. S. G. Chain, L. A. Sayavedra-Soto, L. Hauser, M. L. Land, F. W. Larimer, S. A. Malfatti, M. G. Klotz, P. J. Bottomley, D. J. Arp, and W. J. Hickey. 2006. Genome sequence of the chemolithoautotrophic nitrite-oxidizing bacterium Nitrobacter winogradskyi Nb-255. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 72:2050-2063.
Stubbs, M. M., and D. A. Pyke. 2005. Available nitrogen: A time-based study of manipulated resource islands. Plant and Soil 270:123-133.
Sulzman, E. W., J. B. Brant, R. D. Bowden, and K. Lajtha. 2005. Contribution of aboveground litter, belowground litter, and rhizosphere respiration to total soil CO sub(2) efflux in an old growth coniferous forest. Biogeochemistry 73:231-256.
Taylor, A. E., and P. J. Bottomley. 2006. Nitrite production by Nitrosomonas europaea and Nitrosospira sp. AV in soils at different solution concentrations of ammonium. Soil Biology & Biochemistry 38:828-836.
Thomas, C., J. G. Martin, M. Goeckede, M. B. Siqueira, T. Foken, B. E. Law, H. W. Loescher, and G. Katul. 2008. Estimating daytime subcanopy respiration from conditional sampling methods applied to multi-scalar high frequency turbulence time series. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 148:1210-1229.
Wallenstein, M. D., D. D. Myrold, M. Firestone, and M. Voytek. 2006. Environmental controls on denitrifying communities and denitrification rates: Insights from molecular methods. Ecological Applications 16:2143-2152.
Williams, M. A., D. D. Myrold, and P. J. Bottomley. 2006. Carbon flow from C-13-labeled straw and root residues into the phospholipid fatty acids of a soil microbial community under field conditions. Soil Biology & Biochemistry 38:759-768.
Williams, M. A., D. D. Myrold, and P. J. Bottomley. 2007. Carbon flow from C-13-labeled clover and ryegrass residues into a residue-associated microbial community under field conditions. Soil Biology & Biochemistry 39:819-822.
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