|A rapid microtiter plate method to measure carbon dioxide evolved from carbon substrate amendments so as to determine the physiological profiles of soil microbial communities …|
CD Campbell, SJ Chapman, CM Cameron, MS Davidson, JM Potts
Applied and environmental microbiology 69 (6), 3593-3599, 2003
|FTIR spectroscopy can be used as a screening tool for organic matter quality in regenerating cutover peatlands|
RRE Artz, SJ Chapman, AHJ Robertson, JM Potts, F Laggoun-Défarge, ...
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 40 (2), 515-527, 2008
|Microbial communities in natural and disturbed peatlands: a review|
R Andersen, SJ Chapman, RRE Artz
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 57, 979-994, 2013
|IUCN UK commission of inquiry on peatlands|
CG Bain, A Bonn, R Stoneman, S Chapman, A Coupar, M Evans, ...
IUCN UK Peatland Programme, 2011
|Climate change cannot be entirely responsible for soil carbon loss observed in England and Wales, 1978–2003|
P Smith, SJ Chapman, WA Scott, HIJ Black, M Wattenbach, R Milne, ...
Global Change Biology 13 (12), 2605-2609, 2007
|Nitrification and nitrifiers in acidic soils|
Y Li, SJ Chapman, GW Nicol, H Yao
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 116, 290-301, 2018
|Assessing CLPPs using MicroResp™|
SJ Chapman, CD Campbell, RRE Artz
Journal of Soils and Sediments 7 (6), 406-410, 2007
|The influence of climate on CO2 and CH4 emissions from organic soils|
SJ Chapman, M Thurlow
Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 79 (4), 205-217, 1996
|Peat respiration at low temperatures|
SJ Chapman, M Thurlow
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 30 (8-9), 1013-1021, 1998
|Multi‐factorial drivers of ammonia oxidizer communities: evidence from a national soil survey|
H Yao, CD Campbell, SJ Chapman, TE Freitag, GW Nicol, BK Singh
Environmental Microbiology 15 (9), 2545-2556, 2013
|FTIR spectroscopy of peat in and bordering Scots pine woodland: relationship with chemical and biological properties|
SJ Chapman, CD Campbell, AR Fraser, G Puri
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 33 (9), 1193-1200, 2001
|Bioclimatic envelope model of climate change impacts on blanket peatland distribution in Great Britain|
AV Gallego-Sala, JM Clark, JI House, HG Orr, IC Prentice, P Smith, ...
Climate Research 45, 151-162, 2010
|Is vegetation composition or soil chemistry the best predictor of the soil microbial community?|
RJ Mitchell, AJ Hester, CD Campbell, SJ Chapman, CM Cameron, ...
Plant and soil 333 (1), 417-430, 2010
|The immobilization of nitrogen by straw decomposing in soil|
MV Cheshire, CN Bedrock, BL Williams, SJ Chapman, I Solntseva, ...
European Journal of Soil Science 50 (2), 329-341, 1999
|Estimating changes in Scottish soil carbon stocks using ECOSSE. I. Model description and uncertainties|
J Smith, P Gottschalk, J Bellarby, S Chapman, A Lilly, W Towers, J Bell, ...
Climate Research 45, 179-192, 2010
|Assessing the vulnerability of blanket peat to climate change using an ensemble of statistical bioclimatic envelope models|
JM Clark, AV Gallego-Sala, TEH Allott, SJ Chapman, T Farewell, ...
Climate research 45, 131-150, 2010
|Carbon stocks in Scottish peatlands|
SJ Chapman, J Bell, D Donnelly, A Lilly
Soil Use and Management 25 (2), 105-112, 2009
|Influence of the N and P status of plant material and of added N and P on the mineralization of C from 14 C-labelled ryegrass in soil|
MV Cheshire, SJ Chapman
Biology and Fertility of Soils 21 (3), 166-170, 1996
|Changes in fungal community composition in response to vegetational succession during the natural regeneration of cutover peatlands|
RRE Artz, IC Anderson, SJ Chapman, A Hagn, M Schloter, JM Potts, ...
Microbial Ecology 54 (3), 508-522, 2007
|Comparison of soil carbon stocks in S cottish soils between 1978 and 2009|
SJ Chapman, JS Bell, CD Campbell, G Hudson, A Lilly, AJ Nolan, ...
European Journal of Soil Science 64 (4), 455-465, 2013