Genevieve L. Noyce
Genevieve L. Noyce
Smithsonian Environmental Research Center
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Soil and greenhouse gas responses to biochar additions in a temperate hardwood forest
TE Sackett, N Basiliko, GL Noyce, C Winsborough, J Schurman, C Ikeda, ...
GCB Bioenergy 7 (5), 1062-1074, 2014
Soil microbial responses over 2 years following biochar addition to a north temperate forest
GL Noyce, N Basiliko, R Fulthorpe, TE Sackett, SC Thomas
Biology and Fertility of Soils 51 (6), 649-659, 2015
Effect of Carex rostrata on seasonal and interannual variability in peatland methane emissions
GL Noyce, RK Varner, JL Bubier, S Frolking
Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences 119 (1), 24-34, 2014
Species interactions enhance root allocation, microbial diversity and P acquisition in intercropped wheat and soybean under P deficiency
A Bargaz, GL Noyce, R Fulthorpe, G Carlsson, JR Furze, ES Jensen, ...
Applied Soil Ecology 120, 179-188, 2017
Soil microbial responses to wood ash addition and forest fire in managed Ontario forests
GL Noyce, R Fulthorpe, A Gorgolewski, P HGazlett, H Tran, N Basiliko
Applied Soil Ecology 107, 368-380, 2016
The microbiomes and metagenomes of forest biochars
GL Noyce, C Winsborough, R Fulthorpe, N Basiliko
Scientific reports 6 (1), 1-12, 2016
Evapotranspiration trends over the eastern United States during the 20th century
RJ Kramer, L Bounoua, P Zhang, RE Wolfe, TG Huntington, ML Imhoff, ...
Hydrology 2 (2), 93-111, 2015
Phosphorus uptake and availability and short-term seedling growth in three Ontario soils amended with ash and biochar
GL Noyce, T Jones, R Fulthorpe, N Basiliko
Canadian journal of soil science 97 (4), 678-691, 2017
Asynchronous nitrogen supply and demand produce nonlinear plant allocation responses to warming and elevated CO2
GL Noyce, ML Kirwan, RL Rich, JP Megonigal
PNAS, 2019
Quantifying shapes: Mathematical techniques for analysing visual representations of sound and music
GL Noyce, MB Küssner, P Sollich
Empirical Musicology Review 8 (2), 128-154, 2013
Plant species determine tidal wetland methane response to sea level rise
P Mueller, TJ Mozdzer, JA Langley, LR Aoki, GL Noyce, JP Megonigal
Nature communications 11 (1), 1-9, 2020
Considering coasts: Adapting terrestrial models to characterize coastal wetland ecosystems
TA O'Meara, PE Thornton, DM Ricciuto, GL Noyce, RL Rich, ...
Ecological Modelling 450, 109561, 2021
Biogeochemical and plant trait mechanisms drive enhanced methane emissions in response to whole-ecosystem warming
GL Noyce, JP Megonigal
Biogeosciences Discussions, 1-31, 2020
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