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Long-term modeling of soil C erosion and sequestration at the small watershed scale. Climatic Change. 80(1-2):73-90.. 2007.
Global Environmental ChangeTerrestrial Plant Productivity and Carbon Allocation in a Changing Climate. :297-316.. 2014.
CO2 enrichment increases carbon and nitrogen input from fine roots in a deciduous forest.. The New Phytologist. 179:837–47.. 2008.
Scaling plant nitrogen use and uptake efficiencies in response to nutrient addition in peatlands.. Ecology. 91:693–707.. 2010.
Fine-root growth in a forested bog is seasonally dynamic, but shallowly distributed in nutrient-poor peat. Plant and Soil.. 2017.
Using root form to improve our understanding of root function. New Phytologist. 203(3):707-709.. 2014.
Reports from the 2009 ESA Annual Meeting: Missing Links in the Root-Soil Organic Matter Continuum. :54–64.. 2009.
Net mineralization of N at deeper soil depths as a potential mechanism for sustained forest production under elevated [CO2]. Global Change Biology. 17:1130–1139.. 2011.
The unseen iceberg: plant roots in arctic tundra. New Phytologist. 205:34-58.. 2015.
Organized Oral Session 3. Missing Links in the Root–Soil Organic Matter Continuum. Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America. 91:54-64.. 2010.
Advancing the use of minirhizotrons in wetlands. Plant and Soil.. 2011.
Net mineralization of N at deeper soil depths as a potential mechanism for sustained forest production under elevated [CO2]. Global Change Biology. :no–no.. 2010.
Advancing the use of minirhizotrons in wetlands. Plant and Soil. 352(1-2):23-39.. 2012.
Nitrogen limitation in a sweetgum plantation: implications for carbon allocation and storage. Canadian Journal of Forest Research. 38:1021–1032.. 2008.
Digging deeper: fine-root responses to rising atmospheric CO2 concentration in forested ecosystems. New Phytologist. 186:346–357.. 2010.
A global Fine-Root Ecology Database to address below-ground challenges in plant ecology. New Phytologist.. 2017.