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Simulated atmospheric NO3- deposition increases soil organic matter by slowing decomposition. Ecological Applications. 18(8):2016-2027.. 2008.
Microbial cycling of C and N in northern hardwood forests receiving chronic atmospheric NO3- deposition. Ecosystems. 9:242-253.. 2006.
Fine root chemistry and decomposition in model communities of north-temperate tree species show little response to elevated atmospheric CO2 and varying soil resource availability. Oecologia. 146:318-328.. 2005.
Chronic Atmospheric NO3- Deposition Does Not Induce NO3- Use by Acer saccharum Marsh.. Ecosystems. 11(3):469-477.. 2008.
Chemistry and decomposition of litter from Populus tremuloides Michaux grown at elevated atmospheric CO2 and varying N availability. Global Change Biology. 7:65-74.. 2001.
Atmospheric CO2, soil-N availability, and allocation of biomass and nitrogen by Populus tremuloides. Ecological Applications. 10(1):34-46.. 2000.
Atmospheric CO2 and the composition and function of soil microbial communities. Ecological Applications. 10(1):47-59.. 2000.
Anthropogenic N deposition and the fate of 15NO3- in a northern hardwood ecosystem. Biogeochemistry. 69:143-157.. 2004.