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Meltwater seep patches increase heterogeneity of soil geochemistry and therefore habitat suitability. Geoderma 189-190, 652 - 660 (2012).
Microbial biomass and respiration responses to nitrogen fertilization in a polar desert. Polar Biology (2014). doi:10.1007/s00300-014-1459-0
Natural abundance of carbon and nitrogen isotopes in potential sources of organic matter to soils of Taylor Valley, Antarctica. Antarctic Journal of the United States - 1996 Review Issue (NSF 98-28) 31, 209-210 (1998).
Nematode biodiversity and community structure in Antarctic Polar Desert Soils. Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America 75, 186 (1994).
Nematode communities of Byers Peninsula, Livingston Island, maritime Antarctica. Antarctic Science 23, 349 - 357 (2011).
Nematode Ecology of the McMurdo Dry Valley Ecosystems. Antarctic Journal of the United States 25, 229-230 (1990).
Nematodes and soil properties in the Dry Valleys of southern Victoria Land, Antarctica. Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America 73, 179 (1992).
Nematodes in Antarctic Dry Valley soils: extraction and distribution. Journal of Nematology 24, 591 (1992).
Nematodes in the McMurdo Dry Valleys of Southern Victoria Land. Antarctic Journal of the United States 26, 233-234 (1991).
Nuclear and mitochondrial DNA sequence diversity in the Antarctic nematode Scottnema lindsayae. Journal of Nematology 322, 143-153 (2000).
Observed trends of soil fauna in the Antarctic Dry Valleys: early signs of shifts predicted under climate change. Ecology 99, 312 - 321 (2018).
Open-top Designs for Manipulating Field Temperature in High-Latitude Ecosystems. Global Change Biology 3, 20-32 (1997).
Organic carbon cycling in Taylor Valley, Antarctica: Quantifying soil reservoirs and soil respiration. Global Change Biology 7, 113-125 (2001).
Organic matter and soil biota of upland wetlands in Taylor Valley, Antarctica. Polar Biology 26, 1009-1019 (2003).
The Origin of Soil Organic Matter in Taylor Valley, Antarctica: A Legacy of Climate Change. Ecology 81, 2377-2391 (2000).
Persistent effects of a discrete climate event on a polar desert ecosystem. Global Change Biology 14, 2249-2261 (2008).
Phosphorus fractions in soils of Taylor Valley, Antarctica. Soil Science Society of America Journal 70, 806-815 (2006).
Physical controls on the Taylor Valley Ecosystem, Antarctica. BioScience 49, 961-972 (1999).
Picocyanobacterial cells in near‐surface air above terrestrial and freshwater substrates in Greenland and Antarctica. Environmental Microbiology Reports (2020). doi:10.1111/1758-2229.12832
The polar regions in a 2°C warmer world. Science Advances 5, eaaw9883 (2019).
Population age structure of nematodes in the Antarctic Dry Valleys: perspectives on time, space, and habitat suitability. Arctic,Antarctic, and Alpine Research 34, 159-168 (2002).
Potential soil organic matter turnover in Taylor Valley, Antarctica. Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research 37, 108-117 (2005).
Recent Temperature Trends in the Antarctic. Nature 418, 291-292 (2002).
Salt tolerance and survival thresholds for two species of Antarctic soil nematodes. Polar Biology 29, 643-651 (2006).
Snow patch influence on soil biogeochemical processes and invertebrate distribution in the McMurdo Dry Valleys, Antarctica. Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research 35, 91-99 (2002).