Ariane L. Peralta
Ariane L. Peralta
Assistant Professor, East Carolina University
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Microbial community structure and denitrification in a wetland mitigation bank
AL Peralta, JW Matthews, AD Kent
Applied and Environmental Microbiology 76 (13), 4207-4215, 2010
Relative influence of landscape vs. local factors on plant community assembly in restored wetlands
JW Matthews, AL Peralta, DN Flanagan, PM Baldwin, A Soni, AD Kent, ...
Ecological Applications 19 (8), 2108-2123, 2009
Hydrologic history influences microbial community composition and nitrogen cycling under experimental drying/wetting treatments
AL Peralta, S Ludmer, AD Kent
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 66, 29-37, 2013
Local and landscape correlates of non‐native species invasion in restored wetlands
JW Matthews, AL Peralta, A Soni, P Baldwin, AD Kent, AG Endress
Ecography 32 (6), 1031-1039, 2009
Bacterial community response to changes in soil redox potential along a moisture gradient in restored wetlands
AL Peralta, S Ludmer, JW Matthews, AD Kent
Ecological Engineering 73, 246-253, 2014
Crop rotational diversity increases disease suppressive capacity of soil microbiomes
AL Peralta, Y Sun, MD McDaniel, JT Lennon
Ecosphere 9 (5), e02235, 2018
Soil organic matter dynamics under soybean exposed to elevated [CO2]
AL Peralta, MM Wander
Plant and Soil 303 (1-2), 69-81, 2008
Environmental factors at dissimilar spatial scales influence plant and microbial communities in restored wetlands
AL Peralta, JW Matthews, DN Flanagan, AD Kent
Wetlands 32 (6), 1125-1134, 2012
Pesticides could alter amphibian skin microbiomes and the effects of Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis
KA McCoy, AL Peralta
Frontiers in Microbiology 9, 748, 2018
Habitat specialization along a wetland moisture gradient differs between ammonia-oxidizing and denitrifying microorganisms
AL Peralta, JW Matthews, AD Kent
Microbial ecology 68 (2), 339-350, 2014
A social-ecological framework for ‘micromanaging’ microbial services
AL Peralta, D Stuart, AD Kent, JT Lennon
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 12 (9), 524–531, 2014
Abiotic correlates of microbial community structure and nitrogen cycling functions vary within wetlands
AL Peralta, ER Johnston, JW Matthews, AD Kent
Freshwater Science 35 (2), 573-588, 2016
Wetland management strategies lead to tradeoffs in ecological structure and function
AL Peralta, ME Muscarella, JW Matthews
Metabolic insight into bacterial community assembly across ecosystem boundaries
NI Wisnoski, ME Muscarella, ML Larsen, AL Peralta, JT Lennon
Ecology 101 (4), e02968, 2020
Microbial rescue effects: How microbiomes can save hosts from extinction
EA Mueller, NI Wisnoski, AL Peralta, JT Lennon
Functional Ecology, 2020
Perennial grain crop roots and nitrogen management shape soil food webs and soil carbon dynamics
CD Sprunger, SW Culman, AL Peralta, ST DuPont, JT Lennon, SS Snapp
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 137, 107573, 2019
A model for evaluating hunting and contraception as feral hog population control methods
JL Burton, M Drigo, Y Li, A Peralta, J Salzer, K Varala, B Hannon, ...
Ecologist-Developed Spatially-Explicit Dynamic Landscape Models, 133-150, 2012
Wetland conditions differentially influence nitrogen processing within waterfowl impoundments
BR Hinckley, JR Etheridge, AL Peralta
Wetlands, 1-15, 2019
Long-Term Assessment of Alternative Strategies for the Restoration of Floodplain Forest in the Presence of an Invasive Grass, Phalaris arundinacea
JW Matthews, S McIntyre, AL Peralta, C Rodgers
Wetlands, 1-11, 2019
Long-term nutrient enrichment of an oligotroph-dominated wetland increases bacterial diversity in bulk soils and plant rhizospheres
RB Bledsoe, C Goodwillie, AL Peralta
Msphere 5 (3), 2020
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