Samantha K. Chapman
Samantha K. Chapman
Professor, Villanova University and Co-director, Center for Biodiversity and Ecosystem Stewardship
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Plants actively control nitrogen cycling: uncorking the microbial bottleneck
SK Chapman, JA Langley, SC Hart, GW Koch
New Phytologist 169 (1), 27-34, 2006
Insect herbivory increases litter quality and decomposition: an extension of the acceleration hypothesis
SK Chapman, SC Hart, NS Cobb, TG Whitham, GW Koch
Ecology 84 (11), 2867-2876, 2003
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
Ectomycorrhizal colonization slows root decomposition: the post‐mortem fungal legacy
J Adam Langley, SK Chapman, BA Hungate
Ecology letters 9 (8), 955-959, 2006
Leaf litter mixtures alter microbial community development: mechanisms for non-additive effects in litter decomposition
SK Chapman, GS Newman, SC Hart, JA Schweitzer, GW Koch
PLoS One 8 (4), e62671, 2013
Biodiversity at the plant–soil interface: microbial abundance and community structure respond to litter mixing
SK Chapman, GS Newman
Oecologia 162 (3), 763-769, 2010
What type of diversity yields synergy during mixed litter decomposition in a natural forest ecosystem?
SK Chapman, GW Koch
Plant and soil 299, 153-162, 2007
The interaction of plant genotype and herbivory decelerate leaf litter decomposition and alter nutrient dynamics
JA Schweitzer, JK Bailey, SC Hart, GM Wimp, SK Chapman, TG Whitham
Oikos 110 (1), 133-145, 2005
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
Effects of competition and nutrient enrichemnt on Avicennia germinans in the salt marsh-mangrove ecotone
LT Simpson, IC Feller, SK Chapman
Aquatic Botany 104, 55-59, 2013
Herbivory differentially alters plant litter dynamics of evergreen and deciduous trees
SK Chapman, TG Whitham, M Powell
Oikos 114 (3), 566-574, 2006
Plant genetic effects on soils under climate change
DG Fischer, SK Chapman, AT Classen, CA Gehring, KC Grady, ...
Plant and Soil 379, 1-19, 2014
Genetic‐based plant resistance and susceptibility traits to herbivory influence needle and root litter nutrient dynamics
AT Classen, SK Chapman, TG Whitham, SC Hart, GW Koch
Journal of Ecology 95 (6), 1181-1194, 2007
Co-occurring mangroves and salt marshes differ in microbial community composition
CR Barreto, EM Morrissey, DD Wykoff, SK Chapman
Wetlands 38, 497-508, 2018
Impacts of mangrove encroachment and mosquito impoundment management on coastal protection services
CL Doughty, KC Cavanaugh, CR Hall, IC Feller, SK Chapman
Hydrobiologia 803, 105-120, 2017
Exploring the oxygen sensitivity of wetland soil carbon mineralization
SK Chapman, MA Hayes, B Kelly, JA Langley
Biology Letters 15 (1), 20180407, 2019
Chronic warming stimulates growth of marsh grasses more than mangroves in a coastal wetland ecotone
GA Coldren, CR Barreto, DD Wykoff, EM Morrissey, JA Langley, IC Feller, ...
Ecology 97 (11), 3167-3175, 2016
Ambient changes exceed treatment effects on plant species abundance in global change experiments
JA Langley, SK Chapman, KJ La Pierre, M Avolio, WD Bowman, ...
Global Change Biology 24 (12), 5668-5679, 2018
Mangrove growth response to experimental warming is greatest near the range limit in northeast Florida
SK Chapman, IC Feller, G Canas, MA Hayes, N Dix, M Hester, J Morris, ...
Ecology 102 (6), e03320, 2021
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