|Microbial stress-response physiology and its implications for ecosystem function|
J Schimel, TC Balser, M Wallenstein
Ecology 88 (6), 1386-1394, 2007
|Stoichiometry of soil enzyme activity at global scale|
RL Sinsabaugh, CL Lauber, MN Weintraub, B Ahmed, SD Allison, ...
Ecology Letters 11 (11), 1252-1264, 2008
|Soil enzymes in a changing environment: current knowledge and future directions|
RG Burns, JL DeForest, J Marxsen, RL Sinsabaugh, ME Stromberger, ...
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 58, 216-234, 2013
|The M icrobial E fficiency‐M atrix S tabilization (MEMS) framework integrates plant litter decomposition with soil organic matter stabilization: do labile plant inputs formá…|
MF Cotrufo, MD Wallenstein, CM Boot, K Denef, E Paul
Global Change Biology 19 (4), 988-995, 2013
|Temperature and soil organic matter decomposition rates–synthesis of current knowledge and a way forward|
RT Conant, MG Ryan, GI ┼gren, HE Birge, EA Davidson, PE Eliasson, ...
Global Change Biology, 2011
|Soil-carbon response to warming dependent on microbial physiology|
SD Allison, MD Wallenstein, MA Bradford
Nature Geoscience 3 (5), 336-340, 2010
|Thermal adaptation of soil microbial respiration to elevated temperature|
MA Bradford, CA Davies, SD Frey, TR Maddox, JM Melillo, JE Mohan, ...
Ecology Letters 11 (12), 1316-1327, 2008
|Environmental controls on denitrifying communities and denitrification rates: insights from molecular methods|
MD Wallenstein, DD Myrold, M Firestone, M Voytek
Ecological Applications 16 (6), 2143-2152, 2006
|Decoupling of soil nutrient cycles as a function of aridity in global drylands|
M Delgado-Baquerizo, FT Maestre, A Gallardo, MA Bowker, ...
Nature 502 (7473), 672-676, 2013
|Home-field advantage accelerates leaf litter decomposition in forests|
E Ayres, H Steltzer, BL Simmons, RT Simpson, JM Steinweg, ...
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 41 (3), 606-610, 2009
|Effects of soil moisture on the temperature sensitivity of heterotrophic respiration vary seasonally in an old‐field climate change experiment|
V Suseela, RT Conant, MD Wallenstein, JS Dukes
Global Change Biology, 0
|Differential growth responses of soil bacterial taxa to carbon substrates of varying chemical recalcitrance|
KC Goldfarb, U Karaoz, CA Hanson, CA Santee, MA Bradford, ...
Frontiers in microbiology 2, 94, 2011
|Nitrogen fertilization decreases forest soil fungal and bacterial biomass in three long-term experiments|
MD Wallenstein, S McNulty, IJ Fernandez, J Boggs, WH Schlesinger
Forest Ecology and Management 222 (1-3), 459-468, 2006
|Seasonal variation in enzyme activities and temperature sensitivities in Arctic tundra soils|
MD Wallenstein, SK Mcmahon, JP Schimel
Global Change Biology 15 (7), 1631-1639, 2009
|Emerging tools for measuring and modeling the in situ activity of soil extracellular enzymes|
MD Wallenstein, MN Weintraub
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 40 (9), 2098-2106, 2008
|Soil microbial community response to drying and rewetting stress: does historical precipitation regime matter?|
SE Evans, MD Wallenstein
Biogeochemistry, 1-16, 2011
|A trait-based framework for predicting when and where microbial adaptation to climate change will affect ecosystem functioning|
MD Wallenstein, EK Hall
Biogeochemistry 109, 35-47, 2012
|Climate change alters ecological strategies of soil bacteria|
SE Evans, MD Wallenstein
Ecology letters 17 (2), 155-164, 2014
|High-throughput fluorometric measurement of potential soil extracellular enzyme activities|
CW Bell, BE Fricks, JD Rocca, JM Steinweg, SK McMahon, ...
JoVE (Journal of Visualized Experiments), e50961, 2013
|Bacterial and fungal community structure in Arctic tundra tussock and shrub soils|
MD Wallenstein, S McMahon, J Schimel
FEMS microbiology ecology 59 (2), 428-435, 2007