Sarah E. Evans
Sarah E. Evans
Assistant Professor, Kellogg Biological Station, Michigan State University
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Temperature and soil organic matter decomposition rates–synthesis of current knowledge and a way forward
RT Conant, MG Ryan, GI Ågren, HE Birge, EA Davidson, PE Eliasson, ...
Global Change Biology 17 (11), 3392-3404, 2011
9922011
Soil microbial community response to drying and rewetting stress: does historical precipitation regime matter?
SE Evans, MD Wallenstein
Biogeochemistry 109 (1), 101-116, 2012
2862012
Climate change alters ecological strategies of soil bacteria
SE Evans, MD Wallenstein
Ecology letters 17 (2), 155-164, 2014
2292014
Relationships between protein-encoding gene abundance and corresponding process are commonly assumed yet rarely observed
JD Rocca, EK Hall, JT Lennon, SE Evans, MP Waldrop, JB Cotner, ...
The ISME journal 9 (8), 1693-1699, 2015
1832015
Asymmetric responses of primary productivity to precipitation extremes: a synthesis of grassland precipitation manipulation experiments
KR Wilcox, Z Shi, LA Gherardi, NP Lemoine, SE Koerner, DL Hoover, ...
Global Change Biology 23 (10), 4376-4385, 2017
982017
Effects of dispersal and selection on stochastic assembly in microbial communities
S Evans, JBH Martiny, SD Allison
The ISME journal 11 (1), 176-185, 2017
952017
Defining the limit to resistance in a drought‐tolerant grassland: long‐term severe drought significantly reduces the dominant species and increases ruderals
SE Evans, KM Byrne, WK Lauenroth, IC Burke
Journal of Ecology 99 (6), 1500-1507, 2011
922011
Carbon and nitrogen decoupling under an 11-year drought in the shortgrass steppe
SE Evans, IC Burke
Ecosystems 16 (1), 20-33, 2013
782013
Is bacterial moisture niche a good predictor of shifts in community composition under long‐term drought?
SE Evans, MD Wallenstein, IC Burke
Ecology 95 (1), 110-122, 2014
682014
Understanding how microbiomes influence the systems they inhabit
EK Hall, ES Bernhardt, RL Bier, MA Bradford, CM Boot, JB Cotner, ...
Nature microbiology 3 (9), 977-982, 2018
552018
Understanding how microbiomes influence the systems they inhabit
EK Hall, ES Bernhardt, RL Bier, MA Bradford, CM Boot, JB Cotner, ...
Nature microbiology 3 (9), 977-982, 2018
552018
Understanding how microbiomes influence the systems they inhabit
EK Hall, ES Bernhardt, RL Bier, MA Bradford, CM Boot, JB Cotner, ...
Nature microbiology 3 (9), 977-982, 2018
552018
Non-rainfall moisture activates fungal decomposition of surface litter in the Namib Sand Sea
K Jacobson, A van Diepeningen, S Evans, R Fritts, P Gemmel, C Marsho, ...
PLoS One 10 (5), e0126977, 2015
472015
Effect of nitrogen fertilization on the abundance of nitrogen cycling genes in agricultural soils: a meta-analysis of field studies
Y Ouyang, SE Evans, ML Friesen, LK Tiemann
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 127, 71-78, 2018
442018
To fix or not to fix: controls on free-living nitrogen fixation in the rhizosphere
DN Smercina, SE Evans, ML Friesen, LK Tiemann
Applied and Environmental Microbiology 85 (6), 2019
352019
Synergistic effects of diffusion and microbial physiology reproduce the Birch effect in a micro-scale model
S Evans, U Dieckmann, O Franklin, C Kaiser
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 93, 28-37, 2016
342016
Controls on soil organic carbon and nitrogen in Inner Mongolia, China: A cross‐continental comparison of temperate grasslands
SE Evans, IC Burke, WK Lauenroth
Global Biogeochemical Cycles 25 (3), 2011
262011
Effects of soil nitrogen availability on rhizodeposition in plants: a review
AW Bowsher, S Evans, LK Tiemann, ML Friesen
Plant and Soil 423 (1), 59-85, 2018
172018
The biology of fog: results from coastal Maine and Namib Desert reveal common drivers of fog microbial composition
SE Evans, ME Dueker, JR Logan, KC Weathers
Science of the Total Environment 647, 1547-1556, 2019
162019
Microbial adaptations to envrionmental change: a moving target for global change ecology
M Wallenstein, S Evans
Nature Precedings, 1-1, 2011
12011
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