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Ashley D Keiser
Ashley D Keiser
UMass Amherst, Stockbridge School of Agriculture
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The global soil community and its influence on biogeochemistry
TW Crowther, J Van den Hoogen, J Wan, MA Mayes, AD Keiser, L Mo, ...
Science 365 (6455), eaav0550, 2019
5022019
Empirical evidence that soil carbon formation from plant inputs is positively related to microbial growth
MA Bradford, AD Keiser, CA Davies, CA Mersmann, MS Strickland
Biogeochemistry 113, 271-281, 2013
2472013
The effect of resource history on the functioning of soil microbial communities is maintained across time
AD Keiser, MS Strickland, N Fierer, MA Bradford
Biogeosciences 8 (6), 1477-1486, 2011
1292011
Disentangling the mechanisms underlying functional differences among decomposer communities
AD Keiser, DA Keiser, MS Strickland, MA Bradford
Journal of Ecology 102 (3), 603-609, 2014
1032014
Climate history shapes contemporary leaf litter decomposition
MS Strickland, AD Keiser, MA Bradford
Biogeochemistry 122, 165-174, 2015
622015
Nitrogen uptake and preference in a forest understory following invasion by an exotic grass
JM Fraterrigo, MS Strickland, AD Keiser, MA Bradford
Oecologia 167, 781-791, 2011
602011
Climate masks decomposer influence in a cross-site litter decomposition study
AD Keiser, MA Bradford
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 107, 180-187, 2017
562017
Microbial communities may modify how litter quality affects potential decomposition rates as tree species migrate
AD Keiser, JD Knoepp, MA Bradford
Plant and Soil 372, 167-176, 2013
522013
Habitat, dispersal and propagule pressure control exotic plant infilling within an invaded range
RJ Warren, T Ursell, AD Keiser, MA Bradford
Ecosphere 4 (2), 1-12, 2013
48*2013
Variation in home‐field advantage and ability in leaf litter decomposition across successional gradients
GF Veen, AD Keiser, WH van der Putten, DA Wardle
Functional Ecology 32 (6), 1563-1574, 2018
462018
Home‐field advantage of litter decomposition: from the phyllosphere to the soil
N Fanin, D Lin, GT Freschet, AD Keiser, L Augusto, DA Wardle, GF Veen
New Phytologist 231 (4), 1353-1358, 2021
392021
Constraining carbon and nutrient flows in soil with ecological stoichiometry
RW Buchkowski, AN Shaw, D Sihi, GR Smith, AD Keiser
Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 7, 382, 2019
392019
The global soil community and its influence on biogeochemistry. Science 365: eaav0550
TW Crowther, J Van den Hoogen, J Wan, MA Mayes, AD Keiser, L Mo, ...
372019
Disturbance decouples biogeochemical cycles across forests of the southeastern US
AD Keiser, JD Knoepp, MA Bradford
Ecosystems 19, 50-61, 2016
332016
Peatland microbial community response to altered climate tempered by nutrient availability
AD Keiser, M Smith, S Bell, KS Hofmockel
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 137, 107561, 2019
182019
Signatures of an abiotic decomposition pathway in temperate forest leaf litter
AD Keiser, R Warren, T Filley, MA Bradford
Biogeochemistry 153, 177-190, 2021
112021
Soil carbon availability decouples net nitrogen mineralization and net nitrification across United States Long Term Ecological Research sites
AL Gill, RM Grinder, CR See, FS Chapin III, LC DeLancey, MC Fisk, ...
Biogeochemistry, 1-12, 2023
12023
Data from: Variation in home-field advantage and ability in leaf litter decomposition across successional gradients
CGF Veen, AD Keiser, DA Wardle
NIOO-KNAW, 2018
12018
Signatures of photodegradation in decomposing leaf litter within a temperate forest
AD Keiser, RJ Warren, TR Filley, MA Bradford
2018 ESA Annual Meeting (August 5--10), 2018
2018
Home-field advantage in leaf litter decomposition across successional gradients: lay summary
GF Veen, AD Keiser, WH van der Putten, DA Wardle
2018
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