Emily B. Graham
Emily B. Graham
EBSD at PNNL, School of Biological Sciences, Washington State University
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Microbes as engines of ecosystem function: when does community structure enhance predictions of ecosystem processes?
EB Graham, JE Knelman, A Schindlbacher, S Siciliano, M Breulmann, ...
Frontiers in microbiology 7, 214, 2016
Relationships between protein-encoding gene abundance and corresponding process are commonly assumed yet rarely observed
JD Rocca, EK Hall, JT Lennon, SE Evans, MP Waldrop, JB Cotner, ...
The ISME journal 9 (8), 1693-1699, 2015
Representing the function and sensitivity of coastal interfaces in Earth system models
ND Ward, JP Megonigal, B Bond-Lamberty, VL Bailey, D Butman, ...
Nature communications 11 (1), 2458, 2020
Linking microbial community structure and microbial processes: an empirical and conceptual overview
RL Bier, ES Bernhardt, CM Boot, EB Graham, EK Hall, JT Lennon, ...
FEMS microbiology ecology 91 (10), fiv113, 2015
Soil microbiomes under climate change and implications for carbon cycling
D Naylor, N Sadler, A Bhattacharjee, EB Graham, CR Anderton, ...
Annual Review of Environment and Resources 45 (1), 29-59, 2020
Do we need to understand microbial communities to predict ecosystem function? A comparison of statistical models of nitrogen cycling processes
EB Graham, WR Wieder, JW Leff, SR Weintraub, AR Townsend, ...
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 68, 279-282, 2014
Understanding how microbiomes influence the systems they inhabit
EK Hall, ES Bernhardt, RL Bier, MA Bradford, CM Boot, JB Cotner, ...
Nature microbiology 3 (9), 977-982, 2018
Deterministic influences exceed dispersal effects on hydrologically‐connected microbiomes
EB Graham, AR Crump, CT Resch, S Fansler, E Arntzen, DW Kennedy, ...
Environmental Microbiology 19 (4), 1552-1567, 2017
Influences of organic carbon speciation on hyporheic corridor biogeochemistry and microbial ecology
JC Stegen, T Johnson, JK Fredrickson, MJ Wilkins, AE Konopka, ...
Nature Communications 9 (1), 585, 2018
Fire severity shapes plant colonization effects on bacterial community structure, microbial biomass, and soil enzyme activity in secondary succession of a burned forest
JE Knelman, EB Graham, NA Trahan, SK Schmidt, DR Nemergut
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 90, 161-168, 2015
Dispersal-based microbial community assembly decreases biogeochemical function
EB Graham, JC Stegen
Processes 5 (4), 65, 2017
Forfeiting the priority effect: turnover defines biofilm community succession
CJ Brislawn, EB Graham, K Dana, P Ihardt, SJ Fansler, WB Chrisler, ...
The ISME journal 13 (7), 1865-1877, 2019
Coupling spatiotemporal community assembly processes to changes in microbial metabolism
EB Graham, AR Crump, CT Resch, S Fansler, E Arntzen, DW Kennedy, ...
Frontiers in Microbiology 7, 1949, 2016
Drought conditions maximize the impact of high‐frequency flow variations on thermal regimes and biogeochemical function in the hyporheic zone
X Song, X Chen, J Stegen, G Hammond, HS Song, H Dai, E Graham, ...
Water Resources Research 54 (10), 7361-7382, 2018
Multi'omics comparison reveals metabolome biochemistry, not microbiome composition or gene expression, corresponds to elevated biogeochemical function in the hyporheic zone
EB Graham, AR Crump, DW Kennedy, E Arntzen, S Fansler, SO Purvine, ...
Science of the total environment 642, 742-753, 2018
Carbon inputs from riparian vegetation limit oxidation of physically bound organic carbon via biochemical and thermodynamic processes
EB Graham, MM Tfaily, AR Crump, AE Goldman, LM Bramer, E Arntzen, ...
Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences 122 (12), 3188-3205, 2017
Using metacommunity ecology to understand environmental metabolomes
RE Danczak, RK Chu, SJ Fansler, AE Goldman, EB Graham, MM Tfaily, ...
Nature communications 11 (1), 6369, 2020
Selection, succession and stabilization of soil microbial consortia
EK Zegeye, CJ Brislawn, Y Farris, SJ Fansler, KS Hofmockel, JK Jansson, ...
mSystems, 2019
Rapid shifts in soil nutrients and decomposition enzyme activity in early succession following forest fire
JE Knelman, EB Graham, S Ferrenberg, A Lecoeuvre, A Labrado, ...
Forests 8 (9), 347, 2017
Balanced stochastic versus deterministic assembly processes benefit diverse yet uneven ecosystem functions in representative agroecosystems
W Liu, EB Graham, Y Dong, L Zhong, J Zhang, C Qiu, R Chen, X Lin, ...
Environmental microbiology 23 (1), 391-404, 2021
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