McMurdo LTER Publications

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Hooper, D. et al. Interactions between above and belowground biodiversity in terrestrial ecosystems: patterns, mechanisms and feedbacks. BioScience 50, 1049-1061 (2000).
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).
Wall, D. H. & Moore, J. C. Interactions underground: soil biodiversity, mutalism and ecosystem processes. Bioscience 49, 109-119 (1999).
Treonis, A. M., Wall, D. H. & Virginia, R. A. Invertebrate biodiversity in Antarctic Dry Valley soils and sediments. Ecosystems 2, 482-492 (1999).
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).
Porazinska, D., Wall, D. H. & Virginia, R. A. Invertebrates in ornithogenic soils at Ross Island, Antarctica. Polar Biology 25, 569-574 (2002).
Wall, D. H. Leaving scientific footprints. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 10, 502 - 503 (2012).
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. et al. Long-term ecosystem networks to record change: an international imperative. Antarctic Science 23, 209 (2011).
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).
Symstad, A. et al. Long-term perspectives on biodiversity-ecosystem function. Bioscience 89-98 (2003).
Palumbi, S. et al. Managing for ocean biodiversity to sustain marine ecosystem services. FRONTIERS IN ECOLOGY AND THE ENVIRONMENT 7, 204-211 (2009).
Hunt, H., Treonis, A. M., Wall, D. H. & Virginia, R. A. A mathematical model for variation in water-retention curves among sandy soils. Antarctic Science 19, 427-436 (2007).
Niederberger, T. et al. Microbial community composition in soils of Northern Victoria Land, Antarctica. Environmental Microbiology 10, 1713-1724 (2008).
Bokhorst, S. et al. Microclimate impacts of passive warming methods in Antarctica: implications for climate change studies. Polar Biology 34, 1421 - 1435 (2011).
Hunt, H. & Wall, D. H. Modeling the effects of loss of soil biodiversity on ecosystem function. Global Change Biology 8, 32-49 (2002).
Wu, T. et al. Molecular profiling of soil animal diversity in natural ecosystems: incongruence of molecular and morphological results. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 849-857 (2009). doi:LTER
Wu, T., Ayres, E., Bardgett, R. D., Wall, D. H. & Garey, J. R. Molecular study of worldwide distribution and diversity of soil animals. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 108, 17720 - 17725 (2011).
Nielsen, U. N. et al. Nematode communities of Byers Peninsula, Livingston Island, maritime Antarctica. Antarctic Science 23, 349 - 357 (2011).
Caruso, T. et al. Nematodes in a polar desert reveal the relative role of biotic interactions in the coexistence of soil animals. Communications Biology 2, (2019).
Courtright, E. et al. Nuclear and mitochondrial DNA sequence diversity in the Antarctic nematode Scottnema lindsayae. Journal of Nematology 322, 143-153 (2000).
Andriuzzi, W. S., Adams, B., Barrett, J. E., Virginia, R. A. & Wall, D. H. Observed trends of soil fauna in the Antarctic Dry Valleys: early signs of shifts predicted under climate change. Ecology 99, 312 - 321 (2018).
Burkins, M. B., Virginia, R. A. & Wall, D. H. Organic carbon cycling in Taylor Valley, Antarctica: Quantifying soil reservoirs and soil respiration. Global Change Biology 7, 113-125 (2001).
Moorhead, D. L., Barrett, J. E., Virginia, R. A., Wall, D. H. & Porazinska, D. Organic matter and soil biota of upland wetlands in Taylor Valley, Antarctica. Polar Biology 26, 1009-1019 (2003).
Burkins, M. B., Virginia, R. A., C. Chamberlain, P. & Wall, D. H. The Origin of Soil Organic Matter in Taylor Valley, Antarctica: A Legacy of Climate Change. Ecology 81, 2377-2391 (2000).

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