Matthew Wallenstein
Matthew Wallenstein
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TitleCited byYear
Microbial stress-response physiology and its implications for ecosystem function
J Schimel, TC Balser, M Wallenstein
Ecology 88 (6), 1386-1394, 2007
12242007
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
9072008
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
8192013
Soil-carbon response to warming dependent on microbial physiology
SD Allison, MD Wallenstein, MA Bradford
Nature Geoscience 3 (5), 336-340, 2010
7902010
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
7682011
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
7422013
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
5302008
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
3862006
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, 2013
3112013
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
3002009
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
289
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
2742006
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
2442008
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
2392011
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
2392009
Soil microbial community response to drying and rewetting stress: does historical precipitation regime matter?
SE Evans, MD Wallenstein
Biogeochemistry, 1-16, 2011
2122011
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
1912012
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
1792007
Climate change alters ecological strategies of soil bacteria
SE Evans, MD Wallenstein
Ecology letters 17 (2), 155-164, 2014
1622014
Fungal taxa target different carbon sources in forest soil
CA Hanson, SD Allison, MA Bradford, MD Wallenstein, KK Treseder
Ecosystems 11 (7), 1157-1167, 2008
1472008
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