1. Porter, D., Broxton, D., Bass, A., and Neher, D. A. 2016. The role of biofilms and lichens in the preservation of archaeological features in the Bandelier tuff, Bandelier National Monument. Annual Digital Journal on Research in Conservation and Cultural Heritage 5: 12-13.

2. Zhang, W., Hendrix, P. F., Dame, L. E., Burke, R. A., Wu, J., Neher, D. A., Li, J., Shao, Y., and Fu, S. 2013. Earthworms facilitate carbon sequestration through unequal amplification of carbon stabilization compared to mineralization. Nature Communications. DOI: 10.1038/ncomms3576.

3. Darby, B.J. and Neher, D.A. 2016. Microfauna within biological soil crusts. Pages 139-157 in: Weber, B., Büdel, B. and Belnap, J. (editors) Ecological Soil Crusts: An Organizing Principle in Drylands. Ecological Studies 226, Springer.

4. Porter, D., Broxton, D., Bass, A., and Neher, D. A. 2016. The role of biofilms and lichens in the preservation of archaeological features in the Bandelier tuff, Bandelier National Monument. Annual Digital Journal on Research in Conservation and Cultural Heritage 5: 12-13.

5. Wang, F., Li, J., Wang, X., Zhang, W., Zou, B., Neher, D.A., and Li, Z. 2014. Nitrogen and phosphorus addition impact soil N2O emission in a secondary tropical forest of South China. Scientific Reports DOI 10.1038/srep05615.

6. Neher, D. A., and Weicht, T. R. 2013. Nematode genera in forest soil respond differentially to elevated CO2. Journal of Nematology 45: 214-222.

7. Wang, F., Zhu, W., Zou, B., Neher, D.A., Xia, H., Fu, S., Li, Z. 2013. Seedling growth and soil nutrient availability in exotic and native tree species: implications for afforestation in southern China. Plant and Soil  364: 207-218.

8. Wang, F., Liu, J., Zou, B., Neher, D.A., Zhu, W., and Li, Z. 2013. Species-dependent responses of soil microbial properties to fresh leaf inputs in a subtropical forest soil in South China. Journal of Plant Ecology 7: 86-96.

9. Zhang, W., Hendrix, P. F., Dame, L. E., Burke, R. A., Wu, J., Neher, D. A., Li, J., Shao, Y., and Fu, S. 2013. Earthworms facilitate carbon sequestration through unequal amplification of carbon stabilization compared to mineralization. Nature Communications. DOI: 10.1038/ncomms3576.

10. Zelikova, T.J., Housman, D.C., Grote, E.E., Neher, D.A., and Belnap, J. 2012. Warming and increased precipitation frequency on the Colorado Plateau: Implications for biological soil crusts and soil processes. Plant and Soil 355: 265-282.

11. Darby, B.J., and Neher, D.A. 2012. Stable isotope composition of microfauna supports the occurrence of biologically fixed nitrogen from cyanobacteria in desert soil food webs. Journal of Arid Environments 85: 76-78.

12. Wang, F., Zhu, W., Zou, B., Neher, D.A., Xia, H., Fu, S., Li, Z. 2012. Seedling growth and soil nutrient availability in exotic and native tree species: implications for afforestation in southern China. Plant and Soil  DOI 10.1007/s11104-012-1353-x.

13. Darby B.J., Housman, D.C., Neher, D.A., and Belnap, J. 2011. Few short-term effects of elevated soil temperature and increased frequency of summer precipitation on the abundance and taxonomic diversity of desert soil micro– and meso-fauna. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 43:1474-1481.

14. Darby, B.J., Neher, D.A., and Belnap, J. 2009. Impact of biological soil crusts and desert plants on soil microfaunal community composition. Plant and Soil 328:421-431.

15. Neher, D.A., Lewins, S.A., Weicht, T.R., and Darby, B.J. 2009. Microarthropod communities associated with biological soil crusts in the Colorado Plateau and Chihuahuan deserts. Journal of Arid Environments 73:672-677.

16. Housman, D.C., Yeager, C.M. Darby, B.J., Sanford, R.L., Jr., Kuske, C.R., Neher, D.A., and Belnap, J. 2007. Heterogeneity of soil nutrients and subsurface biota in a dryland ecosystem. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 39:2138-2149.

17. Li, Q., Liang, W., Jiang, Y., Shi, Y., Zhu, J., and Neher, D.A.  2007. Effect of elevated CO2 and N fertilisation on soil nematode abundance and diversity in a wheat field. Applied Soil Ecology 36: 63-69.

18. Darby, B.J., Neher, D.A., and Belnap, J. 2007. Soil nematode communities are ecologically more mature beneath late- than early-successional stage biological soil crusts. Applied Soil Ecology 35: 203-212

19. Darby, B.J., Housman, D.C., Zaki, A.M., Shamout, Y., Adl, S.M., Belnap, J., and Neher, D.A.  2006. Effects of altered temperature and precipitation on desert protozoa associated with biological soil crusts. Journal of Eukaryotic Microbiology 53: 507-514.

20. Veluci, R.M., Neher, D.A., and Weicht, T.R. 2006. Fixation and leaching of nitrogen by biological soil crust communities in mesic temperate soils. Microbial Ecology 51: 189–196

21. Choi, W.I., Moorhead, D.L., Neher, D.A., and Ryoo, M.I.  2006. A modeling study of soil temperature and moisture effects on population dynamics of Paronychiurus kimi (Collembola: Onychiuridae).  Biology & Fertility of Soils 43: 69-75.

22. Neher, D.A., Weicht, T.R., Moorhead, D.L., and Sinsabaugh, R.L. 2004. Elevated CO2 alters functional attributes of nematode communities in forest soils. Functional Ecology 18: 584-591.

23. Neher, D.A., Walters, T., Tramer, E., Weicht, T.R., Veluci, R.M., Saiya-Cork, K., Will-Wolf, S., Toppin, J., Traub, J., and Johansen, J.R. 2003. Biological soil crust and vascular plant communities in a sand savanna of northwestern Ohio. Journal of the Torrey Botanical Society 130:244-252.

24. Sinsabaugh, R.L., Saiya-Cork, K., Long, T., Osgood, M.P., Neher, D.A., Zak, D.R and Norby, R.J. 2003. Soil microbial activity in a Liquidambar plantation unresponsive to CO2-driven increases in primary production. Applied Soil Ecology 24: 263-271.

 

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