Amy T. Austin
Amy T. Austin
IFEVA-CONICET, Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina
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Water pulses and biogeochemical cycles in arid and semiarid ecosystems
AT Austin, L Yahdjian, JM Stark, J Belnap, A Porporato, U Norton, ...
Oecologia 141, 221-235, 2004
Global patterns of the isotopic composition of soil and plant nitrogen
R Amundson, AT Austin, EAG Schuur, K Yoo, V Matzek, C Kendall, ...
Global biogeochemical cycles 17 (1), 2003
Plant litter decomposition in a semi-arid ecosystem controlled by photodegradation
AT Austin, L Vivanco
Nature 442 (7102), 555-558, 2006
Atmospheric nitrogen deposition in world biodiversity hotspots: the need for a greater global perspective in assessing N deposition impacts
GK Phoenix, WK Hicks, S Cinderby, JCI Kuylenstierna, WD Stock, ...
Global change biology 12 (3), 470-476, 2006
The 15N natural abundance (δ15N) of ecosystem samples reflects measures of water availability
LL Handley, AT Austin, GR Stewart, D Robinson, CM Scrimgeour, ...
Functional Plant Biology 26 (2), 185-199, 1999
Nutrient dynamics on a precipitation gradient in Hawai'i
AT Austin, PM Vitousek
Oecologia 113, 519-529, 1998
Dual role of lignin in plant litter decomposition in terrestrial ecosystems
AT Austin, CL Ballaré
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 107 (10), 4618-4622, 2010
Tree species identity alters forest litter decomposition through long‐term plant and soil interactions in Patagonia, Argentina
L Vivanco, AT Austin
Journal of Ecology 96 (4), 727-736, 2008
Solar ultraviolet radiation in a changing climate
CE Williamson, RG Zepp, RM Lucas, S Madronich, AT Austin, CL Ballaré, ...
Nature Climate Change 4 (6), 434-441, 2014
Methods of estimating aboveground net primary productivity
OE Sala, AT Austin
Methods in ecosystem science, 31-43, 2000
Precipitation, decomposition and litter decomposability of Metrosideros polymorpha in native forests on Hawai’i
AT Austin, PM Vitousek
Journal of Ecology 88 (1), 129-138, 2000
Responses and feedbacks of coupled biogeochemical cycles to climate change: examples from terrestrial ecosystems
AC Finzi, AT Austin, EE Cleland, SD Frey, BZ Houlton, MD Wallenstein
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 9 (1), 61-67, 2011
There's no place like home? An exploration of the mechanisms behind plant litter–decomposer affinity in terrestrial ecosystems
AT Austin, L Vivanco, A González‐Arzac, LI Pérez
New Phytologist 204 (2), 307-314, 2014
Environmental effects of ozone depletion, UV radiation and interactions with climate change: UNEP Environmental Effects Assessment Panel, update 2017
AF Bais, RM Lucas, JF Bornman, CE Williamson, B Sulzberger, AT Austin, ...
Photochemical & Photobiological Sciences 17 (2), 127-179, 2018
Ozone depletion, ultraviolet radiation, climate change and prospects for a sustainable future
PW Barnes, CE Williamson, RM Lucas, SA Robinson, S Madronich, ...
Nature Sustainability 2 (7), 569-579, 2019
Has water limited our imagination for aridland biogeochemistry?
AT Austin
Trends in ecology & evolution 26 (5), 229-235, 2011
Carbon and nitrogen dynamics across a natural precipitation gradient in Patagonia, Argentina
AT Austin, OE Sala
Journal of Vegetation Science 13 (3), 351-360, 2002
Intrinsic effects of species on leaf litter and root decomposition: a comparison of temperate grasses from North and South America
L Vivanco, AT Austin
Oecologia 150, 97-107, 2006
Photodegradation alleviates the lignin bottleneck for carbon turnover in terrestrial ecosystems
AT Austin, MS Méndez, CL Ballaré
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 113 (16), 4392-4397, 2016
Differential controls of water input on litter decomposition and nitrogen dynamics in the Patagonian steppe
L Yahdjian, OE Sala, AT Austin
Ecosystems 9, 128-141, 2006
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