Paul C. Selmants
Paul C. Selmants
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Phosphorus and soil development: does the Walker and Syers model apply to semiarid ecosystems?
PC Selmants, SC Hart
Ecology 91 (2), 474-484, 2010
Red alder (Alnus rubra) alters community-level soil microbial function in conifer forests of the Pacific Northwest, USA
PC Selmants, SC Hart, SI Boyle, JM Stark
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 37 (10), 1860-1868, 2005
Substrate age and tree islands influence carbon and nitrogen dynamics across a retrogressive semiarid chronosequence
PC Selmants, SC Hart
Global Biogeochemical Cycles 22 (1), 2008
Understory plant species composition 30–50 years after clearcutting in southeastern Wyoming coniferous forests
PC Selmants, DH Knight
Forest Ecology and Management 185 (3), 275-289, 2003
Simulated nitrogen deposition enhances the performance of an exotic grass relative to native serpentine grassland competitors
DM Vallano, PC Selmants, ES Zavaleta
Plant Ecology 213 (6), 1015-1026, 2012
Modeling soil metabolic processes using isotopologue pairs of position-specific 13C-labeled glucose and pyruvate
P Dijkstra, JJ Dalder, PC Selmants, SC Hart, GW Koch, E Schwartz, ...
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 43 (9), 1848-1857, 2011
Realistic plant species losses reduce invasion resistance in a California serpentine grassland
PC Selmants, ES Zavaleta, JR Pasari, DL Hernandez
Journal of Ecology 100 (3), 723-731, 2012
Flowering phenology shifts in response to biodiversity loss
AA Wolf, ES Zavaleta, PC Selmants
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 114 (13), 3463-3468, 2017
Does dissolved organic carbon regulate biological methane oxidation in semiarid soils?
BW Sullivan, PC Selmants, SC Hart
Global Change Biology 19 (7), 2149-2157, 2013
New evidence that high potential nitrification rates occur in soils during dry seasons: are microbial communities metabolically active during dry seasons?
BW Sullivan, PC Selmants, SC Hart
Soil biology and biochemistry 53, 28-31, 2012
Leaf litter decomposition rates increase with rising mean annual temperature in Hawaiian tropical montane wet forests
LD Bothwell, PC Selmants, CP Giardina, CM Litton
PeerJ 2, e685, 2014
Soil responses to management, increased precipitation, and added nitrogen in ponderosa pine forests
BA Hungate, SC Hart, PC Selmants, SI Boyle, CA Gehring
Ecological Applications 17 (5), 1352-1365, 2007
Carbon and nitrogen cycling in southwestern ponderosa pine forests
SC Hart, PC Selmants, SI Boyle, ST Overby
Forest Science 52 (6), 683-693, 2006
Ecosystem carbon storage does not vary with mean annual temperature in Hawaiian tropical montane wet forests
PC Selmants, CM Litton, CP Giardina, GP Asner
Global change biology 20 (9), 2927-2937, 2014
Response of soil microbial activity to grazing, nitrogen deposition, and exotic cover in a serpentine grassland
EH Esch, DL Hernández, JR Pasari, RSG Kantor, PC Selmants
Plant and Soil 366 (1), 671-682, 2013
Restoration of a ponderosa pine forest increases soil CO2 efflux more than either water or nitrogen additions
PC Selmants, SC Hart, SI Boyle, CA Gehring, BA Hungate
Journal of Applied Ecology 45 (3), 913-920, 2008
Probing carbon flux patterns through soil microbial metabolic networks using parallel position-specific tracer labeling
P Dijkstra, JC Blankinship, PC Selmants, SC Hart, GW Koch, E Schwartz, ...
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 43 (1), 126-132, 2011
Carbon and nitrogen elemental and isotopic patterns in macrofungal sporocarps and trees in semiarid forests of the south‐western USA
SC Hart, CA Gehring, PC Selmants, RJ Deckert
Functional Ecology 20 (1), 42-51, 2006
Effects of contemporary land-use and land-cover change on the carbon balance of terrestrial ecosystems in the United States
B Sleeter, J Liu, C Daniel, B Rayfield, J Sherba, T Hawbaker, Z Zhu, ...
Environmental Research Letters 13 (4), 2018
Nitrogen pollution is linked to US listed species declines
DL Hernandez, DM Vallano, ES Zavaleta, Z Tzankova, JR Pasari, S Weiss, ...
BioScience 66 (3), 213-222, 2016
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