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Sefcik LTaylor, Zak DR, Ellsworth DS.  2006.  Seedling survival in a northern temperate forest understory is increased by elevated atmospheric carbon dioxide and atmospheric nitrogen deposition. Global Change Biology. 13:132-146.
Edwards IP, Zak DR, Kellner H, Eisenlord SD, Pregitzer KS.  2011.  Simulated Atmospheric N Deposition Alters Fungal Community Composition and Suppresses Ligninolytic Gene Expression in a Northern Hardwood Forest. PLoS ONE. 6(6):1-10.
Eisenlord SD, Zak DR.  2010.  Simulated Atmospheric Nitrogen Deposition Alters Actinobacterial Community Composition in Forest Soils. Soil Science Society of America Journal. 74(4):1157.
Zak DR, Holmes WE, Burton AJames, Pregitzer KS, Talhelm AF.  2008.  Simulated atmospheric NO3- deposition increases soil organic matter by slowing decomposition. Ecological Applications. 18(8):2016-2027.
Pregitzer KS, Burton AJames, Zak DR, Talhelm AF.  2008.  Simulated chronic nitrogen deposition increases carbon storage in Northern Temperate forests. Global Change Biology. 14:142-153.
Burton AJames, Pregitzer KS, Crawford JN, Zogg GP, Zak DR.  2004.  Simulated chronic NO3- deposition reduces soil respiration in northern hardwood forests. Global Change Biology. 10:1080-1091.
Patterson SL, Zak DR, Burton AJames, Talhelm AF, Pregitzer KS.  2011.  Simulated N deposition negatively impacts sugar maple regeneration in a northern hardwood ecosystem. Journal of Applied Ecology. 49:155-163.
Freedman Z, Zak DR.  2015.  Soil bacterial communities are shaped by temporal and environmental filtering: evidence from a long-term chronosequence. Environmental Microbiology. :1-11.
Zak DR, Ringelberg DB, Pregitzer KS, Randlett DL, White DC, Curtis PS.  1996.  Soil microbial communities beneath Populus grandidentata grown under elevated atmospheric CO2. Ecological Applications. 6(1):257-262.
Randlett DL, Zak DR, MacDonald NW.  1992.  Sulfate adsorption and microbial immobilization in northern hardwood forests along an atmospheric deposition gradient. Canadian Journal of Forest Research. 22:1843-1850.