Cindy Prescott
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Litter decomposition: what controls it and how can we alter it to sequester more carbon in forest soils?
CE Prescott
Biogeochemistry 101 (1), 133-149, 2010
Soil moisture is the major factor influencing microbial community structure and enzyme activities across seven biogeoclimatic zones in western Canada
BFT Brockett, CE Prescott, SJ Grayston
Soil biology and biochemistry 44 (1), 9-20, 2012
The influence of the forest canopy on nutrient cycling
CE Prescott
Tree physiology 22 (15-16), 1193-1200, 2002
Decay and nutrient dynamics of coarse woody debris in northern coniferous forests: a synthesis
R Laiho, CE Prescott
Canadian journal of forest research 34 (4), 763-777, 2004
Tree species influence on microbial communities in litter and soil: current knowledge and research needs
CE Prescott, SJ Grayston
Forest Ecology and Management 309, 19-27, 2013
Rates of litter decomposition over 6 years in Canadian forests: influence of litter quality and climate
JA Trofymow, TR Moore, B Titus, C Prescott, I Morrison, M Siltanen, ...
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 32 (5), 789-804, 2002
Decomposition of broadleaf and needle litter in forests of British Columbia: influences of litter type, forest type, and litter mixtures
CE Prescott, LM Zabek, CL Staley, R Kabzems
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 30 (11), 1742-1750, 2000
Microbial functional genes involved in nitrogen fixation, nitrification and denitrification in forest ecosystems
DJ Levy-Booth, CE Prescott, SJ Grayston
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 75, 11-25, 2014
Do rates of litter decomposition tell us anything we really need to know?
CE Prescott
Forest Ecology and Management 220 (1-3), 66-74, 2005
Humus in northern forests: friend or foe?
CE Prescott, DG Maynard, R Laiho
Forest ecology and management 133 (1-2), 23-36, 2000
Litter decomposition rates in Canadian forests
TR Moore, JA Trofymow, B Taylor, C Prescott, C Camire, L Duschene, ...
Global Change Biology 5 (1), 75-82, 1999
The contribution of coarse woody debris to carbon, nitrogen, and phosphorus cycles in three Rocky Mountain coniferous forests
R Laiho, CE Prescott
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 29 (10), 1592-1603, 1999
Microbial communities in forest floors under four tree species in coastal British Columbia
SJ Grayston, CE Prescott
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 37 (6), 1157-1167, 2005
Patterns of carbon, nitrogen and phosphorus dynamics in decomposing foliar litter in Canadian forests
TR Moore, JA Trofymow, CE Prescott, J Fyles, BD Titus
Ecosystems 9 (1), 46-62, 2006
Does nitrogen availability control rates of litter decomposition in forests?
CE Prescott
Nutrient uptake and cycling in forest ecosystems, 83-88, 1995
Effects of clearcutting and alternative silvicultural systems on rates of decomposition and nitrogen mineralization in a coastal montane coniferous forest
CE Prescott
Forest Ecology and Management 95 (3), 253-260, 1997
Substrate control of litter decomposition in four Rocky Mountain coniferous forests
BR Taylor, CE Prescott, WJF Parsons, D Parkinson
Canadian Journal of Botany 69 (10), 2242-2250, 1991
Influences of evergreen gymnosperm and deciduous angiosperm tree species on the functioning of temperate and boreal forests
L Augusto, A De Schrijver, L Vesterdal, A Smolander, C Prescott, ...
Biological Reviews 90 (2), 444-466, 2015
Recreating a functioning forest soil in reclaimed oil sands in northern Alberta: an approach for measuring success in ecological restoration
SM Rowland, CE Prescott, SJ Grayston, SA Quideau, GE Bradfield
Journal of environmental quality 38 (4), 1580-1590, 2009
Effects of clear-cutting on decomposition rates of litter and forest floor in forests of British Columbia
CE Prescott, LL Blevins, CL Staley
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 30 (11), 1751-1757, 2000
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