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Symstad, A. et al. Long-term perspectives on biodiversity-ecosystem function. Bioscience 89-98 (2003).
Simmons, B. L. et al. Long-term experimental warming reduces soil nematode populations in the McMurdo Dry Valleys, Antarctica. Soil Biology & Biochemistry 41, 2052-2060 (2009).
Wall, D. H. et al. Long-term ecosystem networks to record change: an international imperative. Antarctic Science 23, 209 (2011).
Tomasel, C. M., Adams, B., Tomasel, F. G. & Wall, D. H. The Life Cycle of the Antarctic Nematode Plectus murrayi Under Laboratory Conditions. Journal of nematology 45, 39-42 (2013).
Wall, D. H. Leaving scientific footprints. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 10, 502 - 503 (2012).
Porazinska, D., Wall, D. H. & Virginia, R. A. Invertebrates in ornithogenic soils at Ross Island, Antarctica. Polar Biology 25, 569-574 (2002).
Treonis, A. M., Wall, D. H. & Virginia, R. A. Invertebrate diversity in Taylor Valley soils and sediments. Antarctic Journal of the United States 33, 13-16 (2005).
Treonis, A. M., Wall, D. H. & Virginia, R. A. Invertebrate biodiversity in Antarctic Dry Valley soils and sediments. Ecosystems 2, 482-492 (1999).
Wall, D. H. & Moore, J. C. Interactions underground: soil biodiversity, mutalism and ecosystem processes. Bioscience 49, 109-119 (1999).
Ball, B., Virginia, R. A., Barrett, J. E., Parsons, A. N. & Wall, D. H. Interactions between physical and biotic factors influence CO_2 flux in Antarctic dry valley soils. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 41, 1510-1517 (2009).
Hooper, D. et al. Interactions between above and belowground biodiversity in terrestrial ecosystems: patterns, mechanisms and feedbacks. BioScience 50, 1049-1061 (2000).
Poage, M., Barrett, J. E., Virginia, R. A. & Wall, D. H. The influence of soil geochemistry on nematode distribution, McMurdo Dry Valleys, Antarctica. Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research 40, 119-128 (2008).
Bardgett, R. D. et al. The influence of soil biodiversity on hydrological pathways and the transfer of materials between terrestrial and aquatic ecosystems. Ecosystems 4, (2001).
Ball, B., Barrett, J. E., Gooseff, M. N., Virginia, R. A. & Wall, D. H. Implications of meltwater pulse events for soil biology and biogeochemical cycling in a polar desert. Polar Research 3081281030352511340, (2011).
Knox, M. et al. Impact of diurnal freeze–thaw cycles on the soil nematode Scottnema lindsayae in Taylor Valley, Antarctica. Polar Biology 39, 583 - 592 (2016).
W Lyons, B. et al. Groundwater seeps in Taylor Valley Antarctica: An example of a subsurface melt event. Annals of Glaciology 40, 200-206 (2005).
Nielsen, U. N. et al. Global-scale patterns of assemblage structure of soil nematodes in relation to climate and ecosystem properties. Global Ecology and Biogeography 23, 968 - 978 (2014).
Wall, D. H. et al. Global decomposition experiment shows soil animal impacts on decomposition are climate dependent. Global Change Biology 14, 2661-2677 (2008).
Wall, D. H. Global Change tipping points: Above- and below-ground biotic interactions in a low diversity ecosystem. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B, Biological Sciences 362, 2291-2306 (2007).
Wolters, V. et al. Global change effects on above and below ground biodiversity in terrestrial ecosystems: interactions and implications for ecosystem functioning. Bioscience 50, 1089-1099 (2000).
Hogg, I. D. & Wall, D. H. Global change and Antarctic terrestrial biodiversity. Polar Biology 34, 1625 - 1627 (2011).
Sala, O. E. et al. Global biodiversity scenarios for the year 2100. Science 287, 1770-1774 (2000).
Beet, C. R. et al. Genetic diversity among populations of Antarctic springtails (Collembola) within the Mackay Glacier ecotone 1. Genome 59, 762 - 770 (2016).
Nielsen, U. N. & Wall, D. H. The future of soil invertebrate communities in polar regions: different climate change responses in the Arctic and Antarctic?. Ecology Letters 16, 409 - 419 (2013).
Treonis, A. M., Wall, D. H. & Virginia, R. A. Field and microcosm studies of decomposition and soil biota in a cold dessert soil. Ecosystems 5, (2002).