Adam Langley
Adam Langley
Associate Professor, Villanova University
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A meta-analysis of 1,119 manipulative experiments on terrestrial carbon-cycling responses to global change
J Song, S Wan, S Piao, AK Knapp, AT Classen, S Vicca, P Ciais, ...
Nature ecology & evolution 3 (9), 1309-1320, 2019
Plants actively control nitrogen cycling: uncorking the microbial bottleneck
SK Chapman, JA Langley, SC Hart, GW Koch
New Phytologist 169 (1), 27-34, 2006
Elevated CO2 stimulates marsh elevation gain, counterbalancing sea-level rise
JA Langley, KL McKee, DR Cahoon, JA Cherry, JP Megonigal
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 106 (15), 6182, 2009
Mycorrhizal controls on belowground litter quality
JA Langley, BA Hungate
Ecology 84 (9), 2302-2312, 2003
Ecosystem response to elevated CO2 levels limited by nitrogen-induced plant species shift
JA Langley, JP Megonigal
Nature 466 (7302), 96-99, 2010
Mangrove range expansion rapidly increases coastal wetland carbon storage
CL Doughty, JA Langley, WS Walker, IC Feller, R Schaub, SK Chapman
Estuaries and Coasts 39, 385-396, 2016
The decomposition of ectomycorrhizal fungal necromass
CW Fernandez, JA Langley, S Chapman, ML McCormack, RT Koide
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 93, 38-49, 2016
Representing the function and sensitivity of coastal interfaces in Earth system models
ND Ward, JP Megonigal, B Bond-Lamberty, VL Bailey, D Butman, ...
Nature communications 11 (1), 2458, 2020
Ectomycorrhizal colonization slows root decomposition: the post‐mortem fungal legacy
J Adam Langley, SK Chapman, BA Hungate
Ecology Letters 9 (8), 955-959, 2006
Tidal marsh plant responses to elevated CO2, nitrogen fertilization, and sea level rise
J Adam Langley, TJ Mozdzer, KA Shepard, SB Hagerty, ...
Global Change Biology, 2013
Priming depletes soil carbon and releases nitrogen in a scrub-oak ecosystem exposed to elevated CO2
JA Langley, DC McKinley, AA Wolf, BA Hungate, BG Drake, JP Megonigal
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 41 (1), 54-60, 2009
Partitioning direct and indirect effects reveals the response of water-limited ecosystems to elevated CO2
S Fatichi, S Leuzinger, A Paschalis, JA Langley, A Donnellan Barraclough, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 113 (45), 12757-12762, 2016
The impact of sea-level rise on organic matter decay rates in Chesapeake Bay brackish tidal marshes
ML Kirwan, JA Langley, GR Guntenspergen, JP Megonigal
Biogeosciences 10 (3), 1869-1876, 2013
Extensive belowground carbon storage supports roots and mycorrhizae in regenerating scrub oaks
J Langley, B Drake, B Hungate
Oecologia 131 (4), 542-548, 2002
Warming accelerates mangrove expansion and surface elevation gain in a subtropical wetland
GA Coldren, JA Langley, IC Feller, SK Chapman
Journal of Ecology 107 (1), 79-90, 2019
Temperature sensitivity of organic-matter decay in tidal marshes
ML Kirwan, GR Guntenspergen, JA Langley
Biogeosciences 11 (17), 4801-4808, 2014
A species effect on storm erosion: Invasive sedge stabilized dunes more than native grass during Hurricane Sandy
BR Charbonneau, LS Wootton, JP Wnek, JA Langley, MA Posner
Journal of Applied Ecology 54 (5), 1385-1394, 2017
Globally consistent influences of seasonal precipitation limit grassland biomass response to elevated CO2
MJ Hovenden, S Leuzinger, PCD Newton, A Fletcher, S Fatichi, A Lscher, ...
Nature plants 5 (2), 167-173, 2019
Plant community feedbacks and long-term ecosystem responses to multi-factored global change
JA Langley, BA Hungate
AoB Plants 6, plu035, 2014
Growth, nutrition, and soil respiration of a mycorrhiza-defective tomato mutant and its mycorrhizal wild-type progenitor
TR Cavagnaro, AJ Langley, LE Jackson, SM Smukler, GW Koch
Functional Plant Biology 35 (3), 228-235, 2008
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