EcoPress

NREL/ESS PUBLICATIONS: June 2015

This summary includes publications first published online and/or in print during June 2015. If a publication was missed for this period, please contact Amanda Morrison at amanda.j.morrison@colostate.edu.

In Print

Adler, P. R., J. G. Mitchell, G. Pourhashem, S. Spatari, S. J. Del Grosso, and W. J. Parton. 2014. Integrating biorefinery and farm biogeochemical cycles offsets fossil energy and mitigates soil carbon losses. Ecological Applications 25:1142–1156.

Bell, C. W., S. Asao, F. Calderon, B. Wolk, and M. D. Wallenstein. 2015. Plant nitrogen uptake drives rhizosphere bacterial community assembly during plant growth. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 85:170–182.

Bingham A.H., & Cotrufo M.F. (2015) Organic nitrogen storage in mineral soil: implications for policy and management. SOIL Discuss., 2, 587–618.

Soong JL, Cotrufo MF (2015) Annual burning of a tallgrass prairie inhibits C and N cycling in soil, increasing recalcitrant pyrogenic organic matter storage while reducing N availability. Global Change Biology, 21: 2321-2333.

Online

Jarnevich, C. S., T. J. Stohlgren, S. Kumar, J. T. Morisette, and T. R. Holcombe. 2015. Caveats for correlative species distribution modeling. Ecological Informatics 29, Part 1:6–15.

Kumar, S., L. G. Neven, H. Zhu, and R. Zhang. 2015. Assessing the Global Risk of Establishment of Cydia pomonella (Lepidoptera: Tortricidae) using CLIMEX and MaxEnt Niche Models. Journal of Economic Entomology.

Smith,P., M. F. Cotrufo, C. Rumpel, K. Paustian, P. J. Kuikman, J. A. Elliott, R. McDowell, R. I. Griffiths, S. Asakawa, M. Bustamante, J. I. House, J. Sobocká, R. Harper, G. Pan, P. C. West, J. S. Gerber, J. M. Clark,T. Adhya, R. J. Scholes, and M. C. Scholes (2015) Biogeochemical cycles and biodiversity as key drivers of ecosystem services provided by soils. SOIL Discuss., 2, 537–586.

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