Kathrin Rousk (formerly Ackermann)
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Comparative toxicity of nanoparticulate CuO and ZnO to soil bacterial communities
J Rousk, K Ackermann, SF Curling, DL Jones
PloS one 7 (3), e34197, 2012
992012
Moss-cyanobacteria associations as biogenic sources of nitrogen in boreal forest ecosystems
K Rousk, DL Jones, TH DeLuca
Frontiers in Microbiology, 201, 2014
652014
N2 Fixation in Feather Mosses is a Sensitive Indicator of N Deposition in Boreal Forests
K Ackermann, O Zackrisson, J Rousk, DL Jones, TH DeLuca
Ecosystems 15 (6), 986-998, 2012
632012
Microbial control of soil organic matter mineralization responses to labile carbon in subarctic climate change treatments
K Rousk, A Michelsen, J Rousk
Global Change Biology 22 (12), 4150-4161, 2016
612016
Molybdenum and phosphorus limitation of moss‐associated nitrogen fixation in boreal ecosystems
K Rousk, J Degboe, A Michelsen, R Bradley, JP Bellenger
New Phytologist, 2017
412017
Feather moss nitrogen acquisition across natural fertility gradients in boreal forests
K Rousk, J Rousk, DL Jones, O Zackrisson, TH DeLuca
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 61, 86-95, 2013
352013
Across-Habitat Comparison of Diazotroph Activity in the Subarctic
K Rousk, PL Sorensen, S Lett, A Michelsen
Microbial ecology, 1-10, 2014
332014
Ecosystem nitrogen fixation throughout the snow‐free period in subarctic tundra: effects of willow and birch litter addition and warming
K Rousk, A Michelsen
Global Change Biology, 2017
242017
Exposure to nitrogen does not eliminate N2 fixation in the feather moss Pleurozium schreberi (Brid.) Mitt.
K Rousk, DL Jones, TH DeLuca
Plant and soil 374 (1-2), 513-521, 2014
212014
The interactive effects of temperature and moisture on nitrogen fixation in two temperate-arctic mosses
K Rousk, PA Pedersen, K Dyrnum, A Michelsen
Theoretical and Experimental Plant Physiology 29 (1), 25-36, 2017
202017
Nitrogen transfer from four nitrogen-fixer associations to plants and soils
K Rousk, PL Sorensen, A Michelsen
Ecosystems 19 (8), 1491-1504, 2016
192016
The resilience of nitrogen fixation in feather moss (Pleurozium schreberi)-cyanobacteria associations after a drying and rewetting cycle
K Rousk, DL Jones, TH DeLuca
Plant and Soil, 2014
192014
Nitrogen fixation in the High Arctic: a source of ‘new’nitrogen?
K Rousk, PL Sorensen, A Michelsen
Biogeochemistry 136 (2), 213-222, 2017
172017
Potential for nitrogen fixation in the fungus-growing termite symbiosis
P Sapountzis, J De Verges, K Rousk, M Cilliers, BJ Vorster, M Poulsen
Frontiers in microbiology 7, 1993, 2016
142016
What drives biological nitrogen fixation in high arctic tundra: Moisture or temperature?
K Rousk, PL Sorensen, A Michelsen
Ecosphere 9 (2), e02117, 2018
132018
The sensitivity of moss-associated nitrogen fixation towards repeated nitrogen input
K Rousk, A Michelsen
PloS one 11 (1), e0146655, 2016
132016
Anthropogenic deposition of heavy metals and phosphorus may reduce biological N2 fixation in boreal forest mosses
DL Scott, RL Bradley, JP Bellenger, D Houle, MJ Gundale, K Rousk, ...
Science of the Total Environment 630, 203-210, 2018
102018
The cyanobacterial role in the resistance of feather mosses to decomposition—Toward a new hypothesis
K Rousk, TH DeLuca, J Rousk
Plos one 8 (4), e62058, 2013
92013
Potential for nitrogen fixation in the fungus-growing termite symbiosis. Front Microbiol 7: 1993
P Sapountzis, J De Verges, K Rousk, M Cilliers, BJ Vorster, M Poulsen
71993
Moss-nitrogen input to boreal forest soils: Tracking 15N in a field experiment
K Rousk, DL Jones, TH DeLuca
Soil Biology & Biochemistry 72 (http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.soilbio.2014.01 …, 2014
62014
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