Joshua P. Schimel
Joshua P. Schimel
Ecology, Evolution and Marine Biology, University of California Santa Barbara; University of Alaska
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Nitrogen mineralization: challenges of a changing paradigm
JP Schimel, J Bennett
Ecology 85 (3), 591-602, 2004
Microbial stress‐response physiology and its implications for ecosystem function
J Schimel, TC Balser, M Wallenstein
Ecology 88 (6), 1386-1394, 2007
Variations in microbial community composition through two soil depth profiles
N Fierer, JP Schimel, PA Holden
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 35 (1), 167-176, 2003
The importance of anabolism in microbial control over soil carbon storage
C Liang, JP Schimel, JD Jastrow
Nature microbiology 2 (8), 1-6, 2017
The implications of exoenzyme activity on microbial carbon and nitrogen limitation in soil: a theoretical model
JP Schimel, MN Weintraub
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 35 (4), 549-563, 2003
Role of land-surface changes in Arctic summer warming
FS Chapin III, M Sturm, MC Serreze, JP McFadden, JR Key, AH Lloyd, ...
science 310 (5748), 657-660, 2005
Microbial control over carbon cycling in soil
JP Schimel, SM Schaeffer
Frontiers in microbiology 3, 348, 2012
Effects of drying–rewetting frequency on soil carbon and nitrogen transformations
N Fierer, JP Schimel
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 34 (6), 777-787, 2002
Responses of soil microbial communities to water stress: results from a meta‐analysis
S Manzoni, JP Schimel, A Porporato
Ecology 93 (4), 930-938, 2012
A proposed mechanism for the pulse in carbon dioxide production commonly observed following the rapid rewetting of a dry soil
N Fierer, JP Schimel
Soil Science Society of America Journal 67 (3), 798-805, 2003
Winter biological processes could help convert arctic tundra to shrubland
M Sturm, J Schimel, G Michaelson, JM Welker, SF Oberbauer, GE Liston, ...
Bioscience 55 (1), 17-26, 2005
Litter quality and the temperature sensitivity of decomposition
N Fierer, JM Craine, K McLauchlan, JP Schimel
Ecology 86 (2), 320-326, 2005
Influence of drying–rewetting frequency on soil bacterial community structure
N Fierer, JP Schimel, PA Holden
Microbial ecology 45, 63-71, 2003
Increased snow depth affects microbial activity and nitrogen mineralization in two Arctic tundra communities
JP Schimel, C Bilbrough, JM Welker
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 36 (2), 217-227, 2004
Controls over carbon storage and turnover in high‐latitude soils
SE Hobbie, JP Schimel, SE Trumbore, JR Randerson
Global change biology 6 (S1), 196-210, 2000
Life in dry soils: effects of drought on soil microbial communities and processes
JP Schimel
Annual review of ecology, evolution, and systematics 49 (1), 409-432, 2018
Drying and rewetting effects on C and N mineralization and microbial activity in surface and subsurface California grassland soils
SR Xiang, A Doyle, PA Holden, JP Schimel
Soil biology and biochemistry 40 (9), 2281-2289, 2008
Microbial response to freeze-thaw cycles in tundra and taiga soils
JP Schimel, JS Clein
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 28 (8), 1061-1066, 1996
The ecological coherence of high bacterial taxonomic ranks
L Philippot, SGE Andersson, TJ Battin, JI Prosser, JP Schimel, ...
Nature Reviews Microbiology 8 (7), 523-529, 2010
Temperature controls of microbial respiration in arctic tundra soils above and below freezing
CJ Mikan, JP Schimel, AP Doyle
Soil biology and biochemistry 34 (11), 1785-1795, 2002
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