Stephen James Chapman
Stephen James Chapman
Macaulay Hutton
Verified email at hutton.ac.uk
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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
6472003
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
2382008
Microbial communities in natural and disturbed peatlands: a review
R Andersen, SJ Chapman, RRE Artz
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 57, 979-994, 2013
2072013
IUCN UK commission of inquiry on peatlands
CG Bain, A Bonn, R Stoneman, S Chapman, A Coupar, M Evans, ...
IUCN UK Peatland Programme, 2011
1752011
Nitrification and nitrifiers in acidic soils
Y Li, SJ Chapman, GW Nicol, H Yao
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 116, 290-301, 2018
1552018
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
1542007
Assessing CLPPs using MicroResp™
SJ Chapman, CD Campbell, RRE Artz
Journal of Soils and Sediments 7 (6), 406-410, 2007
1272007
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
1231996
Peat respiration at low temperatures
SJ Chapman, M Thurlow
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 30 (8-9), 1013-1021, 1998
1191998
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
1182013
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
1112010
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
1102001
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
1082010
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
1081999
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
106*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
1012010
Carbon stocks in Scottish peatlands
SJ Chapman, J Bell, D Donnelly, A Lilly
Soil Use and Management 25 (2), 105-112, 2009
1002009
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
981996
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
942007
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
932013
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