Michael D. Preston
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Peatland microbial communities and decomposition processes in the James Bay Lowlands, Canada
MD Preston, KA Smemo, JW McLaughlin, N Basiliko
Frontiers in microbiology 3, 70, 2012
852012
Vegetation feedbacks of nutrient addition lead to a weaker carbon sink in an ombrotrophic bog
T Larmola, JL Bubier, C Kobyljanec, N Basiliko, S Juutinen, E Humphreys, ...
Global Change Biology 19 (12), 3729-3739, 2013
762013
Effect of moisture and temperature variation on DOC release from a peatland: Conflicting results from laboratory, field and historical data analysis
MD Preston, MC Eimers, SA Watmough
Science of the total environment 409 (7), 1235-1242, 2011
552011
Wood ash as a forest soil amendment: The role of boiler and soil type on soil property response
S Pugliese, T Jones, MD Preston, P Hazlett, H Tran, N Basiliko
Canadian Journal of Soil Science 94 (5), 621-634, 2014
342014
The importance of plant genotype and contemporary evolution for terrestrial ecosystem processes
CR Fitzpatrick, AA Agrawal, N Basiliko, AP Hastings, ME Isaac, M Preston, ...
Ecology 96 (10), 2632-2642, 2015
192015
Carbon mineralization in peatlands: does the soil microbial community composition matter?
MD Preston, N Basiliko
Geomicrobiology Journal 33 (2), 151-162, 2016
122016
Dissimilar bacterial and fungal decomposer communities across rich to poor fen peatlands exhibit functional redundancy
KM Haynes, MD Preston, JW McLaughlin, K Webster, N Basiliko
Canadian Journal of Soil Science 95 (3), 219-230, 2015
82015
Microbial communities, biomass, and carbon mineralization in acidic, nutrient-poor peatlands impacted by metal and acid deposition
S Luke, MD Preston, N Basiliko, SA Watmough
Water, Air, & Soil Pollution 226 (2), 1-13, 2015
72015
Tree restoration and ecosystem carbon storage in an acid and metal impacted landscape: Chronosequence and resampling approaches
Michael D.Preston, Martin E. Brummell, Emily Smenderovac, Brittany Rantala ...
Forest Ecology and Management 463 (https://doi.org/10.1016/j.foreco.2020.11), 2020
42020
Soil amendment improves carbon sequestration by trees on severely damaged acid and metal impacted landscape, but total storage remains low
Robyn H.M. Rumney, Michael D. Preston, Trevor Jones, Nathan Basiliko, John Gunn
Forest Ecology and Management 486 (118896), 2021
2*2021
Improved primers and a pyrosequencing approach of recover wide range of nitrogenase reductase genes from peatlands
H Qian
Unpublished manuscript, 2014
12014
Microbial community composition and activities across northern peatlands
MD Preston
12013
Impact of hydrology and temperature on dissolved organic carbon in a central Ontario peatland
MD Preston
Masters Abstracts International 48 (02), 2009
2009
Nitrogen deposition leads to a weaker carbon sink in a nutrient-limited bog
T Larmola, JL Bubier, AK Christine, N Basiliko, S Juutinen, E Humphreys, ...
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