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Stability of peatland carbon to rising temperatures
RM Wilson, AM Hopple, MM Tfaily, SD Sebestyen, CW Schadt, ...
Nature Communications 7 (1), 13723, 2016
2022016
Massive peatland carbon banks vulnerable to rising temperatures
AM Hopple, RM Wilson, M Kolton, CA Zalman, JP Chanton, J Kostka, ...
Nature communications 11 (1), 2373, 2020
962020
Soil metabolome response to whole-ecosystem warming at the Spruce and Peatland Responses under Changing Environments experiment
RM Wilson, MM Tfaily, M Kolton, ER Johnston, C Petro, CA Zalman, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 118 (25), e2004192118, 2021
612021
Hydrogenation of organic matter as a terminal electron sink sustains high CO2: CH4 production ratios during anaerobic decomposition
RM Wilson, MM Tfaily, VI Rich, JK Keller, SD Bridgham, CM Zalman, ...
Organic Geochemistry 112, 22-32, 2017
592017
Small differences in ombrotrophy control regional-scale variation in methane cycling among Sphagnum-dominated peatlands
C Zalman, JK Keller, M Tfaily, M Kolton, L Pfeifer-Meister, RM Wilson, ...
Biogeochemistry 139, 155-177, 2018
452018
Methylotrophic methanogenesis in Sphagnum-dominated peatland soils
CA Zalman, N Meade, J Chanton, JE Kostka, SD Bridgham, JK Keller
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 118, 156-160, 2018
382018
Can Sphagnum leachate chemistry explain differences in anaerobic decomposition in peatlands?
CA Medvedeff, SD Bridgham, L Pfeifer-Meister, JK Keller
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 86, 34-41, 2015
332015
Rapid bacterial and fungal successional dynamics in first year after chaparral wildfire
MF Pulido‐Chavez, JWJ Randolph, C Zalman, L Larios, PM Homyak, ...
Molecular Ecology 32 (7), 1685-1707, 2023
232023
Does dissolved organic matter or solid peat fuel anaerobic respiration in peatlands?
AM Hopple, L Pfeifer-Meister, CA Zalman, JK Keller, MM Tfaily, ...
Geoderma 349, 79-87, 2019
232019
Impacts of fire on microbial carbon cycling in subtropical wetlands
CA Medvedeff, KS Inglett, LN Kobziar, PW Inglett
Fire Ecology 9, 21-37, 2013
182013
Evaluation of direct and indirect phosphorus limitation of methanogenic pathways in a calcareous subtropical wetland soil
CA Medvedeff, KS Inglett, PW Inglett
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 69, 343-345, 2014
172014
Soil organic matter
JK Keller, CA Medvedeff
Wetland soils: genesis, hydrology, landscapes, and classification, 165-188, 2016
162016
Massive peatland carbon banks vulnerable to rising temperatures, Nat. Commun., 11, 2373
AM Hopple, RM Wilson, M Kolton, CA Zalman, JP Chanton, J Kostka, ...
142020
Can fire residues (ash and char) affect microbial decomposition in wetland soils?
CA Medvedeff, KS Inglett, PW Inglett
Wetlands 35, 1165-1173, 2015
122015
Warming promotes the use of organic matter as an electron acceptor in a peatland
JE Rush, CA Zalman, G Woerndle, EL Hanna, SD Bridgham, JK Keller
Geoderma 401, 115303, 2021
112021
Patterns and controls of anaerobic soil respiration and methanogenesis following extreme restoration of calcareous subtropical wetlands
CA Medvedeff, KS Inglett, PW Inglett
Geoderma 245, 74-82, 2015
112015
Microbial organic matter reduction in a peatland soil: the importance of water-table level
KN Gabriel, CA Medvedeff, JK Keller
Bios 88 (1), 39-45, 2017
92017
Use of allochthonous and autochthonous carbon sources by Chironomus in arctic lakes
AE Hershey, E Binkley, K Fortino, MD Keyse, C Medvedeff, ...
Internationale Vereinigung für theoretische und angewandte Limnologie …, 2010
62010
Massive peatland carbon banks vulnerable to rising temperatures Nat
AM Hopple, RM Wilson, M Kolton, CA Zalman, JP Chanton, J Kostka, ...
Commun 11, 2373, 2020
52020
Importance of methane-derived carbon as a basal resource for two benthic consumers in arctic lakes
CA Medvedeff, AE Hershey
Hydrobiologia 700, 221-230, 2013
52013
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