Daniel Warnock
Daniel Warnock
Michigan State University
Verified email at unm.edu
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Mycorrhizal responses to biochar in soil–concepts and mechanisms
DD Warnock, J Lehmann, TW Kuyper, MC Rillig
Plant and soil 300 (1), 9-20, 2007
12912007
Influences of non-herbaceous biochar on arbuscular mycorrhizal fungal abundances in roots and soils: results from growth-chamber and field experiments
DD Warnock, DL Mummey, B McBride, J Major, J Lehmann, MC Rillig
Applied Soil Ecology 46 (3), 450-456, 2010
2262010
Measuring phenol oxidase and peroxidase activities with pyrogallol, L-DOPA, and ABTS: effect of assay conditions and soil type
CE Bach, DD Warnock, DJ Van Horn, MN Weintraub, RL Sinsabaugh, ...
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 67, 183-191, 2013
1322013
Extracellular enzyme kinetics scale with resource availability
RL Sinsabaugh, J Belnap, SG Findlay, JJF Shah, BH Hill, KA Kuehn, ...
Biogeochemistry 121 (2), 287-304, 2014
1152014
Root-associated fungal community response to drought-associated changes in vegetation community
SL Dean, DD Warnock, ME Litvak, A Porras-Alfaro, R Sinsabaugh
Mycologia 107 (6), 1089-1104, 2015
112015
Arbuscular mycorrhizal responses to biochars in soils-potential mechanisms of interaction and observed responses in controlled environments
D Warnock
University of Montana, 2009
82009
Drought-induced piņon mortality alters the seasonal dynamics of microbial activity in piņon–juniper woodland
DD Warnock, ME Litvak, L Morillas, RL Sinsabaugh
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 92, 91-101, 2016
62016
Non-herbaceous biochars (BC) exert neutral or negative influence on arbuscular mycorrhizal fungal (AMF) abundance
DD Warnock, J MAJOR, J LEHMANN, B McBRIDE, MC RILLIG
presentation at SSSA Conference, 2008
32008
Non-Herbaceous Biochars Exert Neutral to Negative Influences on Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Fungal Abundance.
DD Warnock, B McBride, J Major, J Lehmann, MC Rillig
The 2008 Joint Annual Meeting, 2008
22008
Evaluating foliar characteristics as early indicators of plant response to biochar amendments
H Ren, DD Warnock, LK Tiemann, K Quigley, JR Miesel
Forest Ecology and Management 489, 119047, 2021
12021
Biochar alters soil properties, microbial community diversity, and enzyme activities, while decreasing conifer performance
J Nash, J Miesel, G Bonito, M Sakalidis, H Ren, D Warnock, L Tiemann
bioRxiv, 2021
2021
Who Benefits from Biochar: Microbes, Weeds, or Conifer Seedlings?.
D Warnock, H Ren, J Miesel, LK Tiemann
ASA, CSSA and SSSA International Annual (2017), 2017
2017
Whobenefits from biochars: Microbes, weeds or conifer seedlings?
D Warnock, H Ren, J Miesel, L Tiemann
2016
Disturbance events in arid ecosystems: comparisons of enzyme activity profiles across multiple soil microbial communities
DD Warnock
The University of New Mexico, 2015
2015
Disturbace events affect interactions amoung four different hydrolytic enzymes in arid soils
D Warnock, ME Litvak, RL Sinsabaugh
AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts 2014, B23E-0244, 2014
2014
SUMMER MOISTURE EVENTS AFFECT SOIL PROCESSES IN MULTIPLE ARID ECOSYSTEMS IN NEW MEXICO VIA A TANGLED-WEB OF MECHANISMS
DD WARNOCK
2014 GSA Annual Meeting in Vancouver, British Columbia, 2014
2014
Summer monsoon rains affect litter decomposition dynamics beneath tree canopies in a Piņon-Juniper woodland
D Warnock, M Litvak, R Sinsabaugh
2014 GSA Annual Meeting in Vancouver, British Columbia, 2014
2014
The effect of climate change factors on biological N-fixation by bryophyte-cyanobacteria associations in Boreal forests
M Gundale
97th ESA Annual Meeting, 2012
2012
Piņon mortality and summer monsoon rains affect extracellular enzyme activity of soil microbial communities living beneath tree canopies in a Piņon-Juniper woodland
D Warnock, M Litvak, R Sinsabaugh
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