Early snowmelt project summary bibliography

December 9, 2019 – 2:44 pm

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Today at AGU I’m doing a synthesis of the results of our 2010-2012 snowmelt experiment. Here’s a quick bibliography of the project papers.

Belowground responses
Darrouzet-Nardi, A., H. Steltzer, P. F. Sullivan, A. Segal, A. M. Koltz, C. Livensperger, J. P. Schimel, and M. N. Weintraub. 2019. Limited effects of early snowmelt on plants, decomposers, and soil nutrients in Arctic tundra soils. Ecology and Evolution 9:1820-1844.

2012 aboveground plant responses
Livensperger, C., H. Steltzer, A. Darrouzet-Nardi, P. F. Sullivan, M. Wallenstein, and M. N. Weintraub. 2016. Earlier snowmelt and warming lead to earlier but not necessarily more plant growth. AoB Plants 8.

Senescence
Livensperger, C., H. Steltzer, A. Darrouzet-Nardi, P. F. Sullivan, M. Wallenstein, and M. N. Weintraub. 2019. Experimentally warmer and drier conditions in an Arctic plant community reveal microclimatic controls on senescence. Ecosphere 10:e02677.

Soil cores vs. lysimetry
Darrouzet-Nardi, A., and M. N. Weintraub. 2014. Evidence for spatially inaccessible labile N from a comparison of soil core extractions and soil pore water lysimetry. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 73:22-32.

Microplate amino acid assay
Darrouzet-Nardi, A., M. P. Ladd, and M. N. Weintraub. 2013. Fluorescent microplate analysis of amino acids and other primary amines in soils. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 57:78-82.

Theoretical soil pore water N dynamics
McLaren, J. R., A. Darrouzet-Nardi, M. N. Weintraub, and L. Gough. 2017. Seasonal patterns of soil nitrogen availability in moist acidic tundra. Arctic Science 4:98-109.

N limitation
Melle, C., M. Wallenstein, A. Darrouzet-Nardi, and M. N. Weintraub. 2015. Microbial activity is not always limited by nitrogen in Arctic tundra soils. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 90:52-61.

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