1. Zhang, P., Neher, D.A., Li, B., and Wu, J. 2017. The impacts of above- and belowground plant input on soil microbiota: invasive Spartina alterniflora vs. native Phragmites australis. Ecosystems 10.1007/s10021-017-0162-8.
2. Neher, D. A., Fang, L., and Weicht, T.R. 2017. Ecoenzymes as indicators of compost to suppress Rhizoctonia solani. Compost Science and Utilization DOI 10.1080/1065657X.2017.1300548.
3. Neher, D.A., Williams, K.M., and Lovell, S.T. 2017. Environmental indicators reflective of road design in a forested landscape. Ecosphere 8(3):e01734. 10.1002/ecs2.1734.
4. Bakelaar, J.E., Neher, D.A., and Gilker, R. 2016. Minimal soil impact by cold season pasture management in Vermont. Canadian Journal of Soil Science DOI 10.1139/CJSS-2014-0005.
5. 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.
6. 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.
7. Shao, Y., Wang, X., Zhao, J., Wu, J., Zhang, W., Neher, D. A., Li, Y., Lou, Y. and Fu, S. 2016. Subordinate plants sustain the complexity and stability of soil micro-food web in a subtropical natural forest ecosystem. Journal of Applied Ecology 53: 130-139.
8. Li, Y., Yang, G., Neher, D.A., Xu, C-Y., and Wu, J. 2015. Status of soil nematode communities during natural regeneration of a subtropical forest in southwestern China. Nematology 17: 79-90.
9. Neher, D.A., Weicht, T.R., and Dunseith, P. 2015. Compost for management of weed seeds, pathogen, and early blight on brassicas in organic farmer fields. Agroecology and Sustainable Food Systems 39: 3-18.
10. 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.
11. Neher, D.A., Muthumbi, A.W.N., and Dively, G.P. 2014. Impact of coleopteran-active Bt corn on non-target nematode communities in soil and decomposing corn roots. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 76: 127-135.
12. Zhao, J., and Neher, D.A. 2014. Soil energy pathways of different ecosystems using nematode trophic group analysis: a meta-analysis. Nematology 16: 379-385.
13. Neher, D.A., and Weicht, T.R. 2013. Nematode genera in forest soil respond differentially to elevated CO2. Journal of Nematology 45: 214-222.
14. Neher, D. A., Weicht, T. R., Bates, S. T., Leff, J. W., and Fierer, N. 2013. Changes in bacterial and fungal communities across compost recipes, preparation methods, and composting times. PLoS ONE 10.1371/journal.pone.0079512.
15. 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.
16. Neher, D.A., Asmussen, D., and Lovell, S.T. 2013. Roads in northern hardwood forests affect adjacent plant communities and soil chemistry in proportion to maintained roadside area. Science of the Total Environment. 449: 320-327.
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