Teri Balser
Teri Balser
Dean and Professor, Faculty of Science and Engineering, Curtin Unversity
Verified email at curtin.edu.au
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Microbial stress‐response physiology and its implications for ecosystem function
J Schimel, TC Balser, M Wallenstein
Ecology 88 (6), 1386-1394, 2007
14082007
Linking microbial community composition to function in a tropical soil
MP Waldrop, TC Balser, MK Firestone
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 32 (13), 1837-1846, 2000
6232000
Linking microbial community composition and soil processes in a California annual grassland and mixed-conifer forest
TC Balser, MK Firestone
Biogeochemistry 73 (2), 395-415, 2005
4332005
Soil feedbacks of plant diversity on soil microbial communities and subsequent plant growth
J Bartelt-Ryser, J Joshi, B Schmid, H Brandl, T Balser
Perspectives in Plant Ecology, Evolution and Systematics 7 (1), 27-49, 2005
2202005
Integrating microbial ecology into ecosystem models: challenges and priorities
KK Treseder, TC Balser, MA Bradford, EL Brodie, EA Dubinsky, VT Eviner, ...
Biogeochemistry 109 (1-3), 7-18, 2012
2002012
Linking soil process and microbial ecology in freshwater wetland ecosystems
JLM Gutknecht, RM Goodman, TC Balser
Plant and Soil 289 (1-2), 17-34, 2006
1722006
Variations in the soil microbial community composition of a tropical montane forest ecosystem: does tree species matter?
M Ushio, R Wagai, TC Balser, K Kitayama
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 40 (10), 2699-2702, 2008
1622008
Microbial production of recalcitrant organic matter in global soils: implications for productivity and climate policy
C Liang, TC Balser
Nature Reviews Microbiology 9 (1), 75-75, 2011
1602011
Microbial community variation and its relationship with nitrogen mineralization in historically altered forests
JM Fraterrigo, TC Balser, MG Turner
Ecology 87 (3), 570-579, 2006
1522006
Microbial response over time to hydrologic and fertilization treatments in a simulated wet prairie
JL Mentzer, RM Goodman, TC Balser
Plant and Soil 284 (1-2), 85-100, 2006
1352006
An Absorbing Markov Chain approach to understanding the microbial role in soil carbon stabilization
C Liang, G Cheng, DL Wixon, TC Balser
Biogeochemistry 106 (3), 303-309, 2011
1332011
Investigating biological control over soil carbon temperature sensitivity
TC Balser, DL Wixon
Global Change Biology 15 (12), 2935-2949, 2009
1312009
Using lipid analysis and hyphal length to quantify AM and saprotrophic fungal abundance along a soil chronosequence
TC Balser, KK Treseder, M Ekenler
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 37 (3), 601-604, 2005
1232005
Microbial communities and their responses to simulated global change fluctuate greatly over multiple years
JLM Gutknecht, CB Field, TC Balser
Global Change Biology 18 (7), 2256-2269, 2012
1152012
Linking soil microbial communities and ecosystem functioning
TC Balser, AP Kinzig, MK Firestone
PhD dissertation. University of California-Berkeley, Berkeley, CA, 2000
1102000
Cover crop and liquid manure effects on soil quality indicators in a corn silage system
WE Jokela, JH Grabber, DL Karlen, TC Balser, DE Palmquist
Agronomy Journal 101 (4), 727-737, 2009
1072009
Variation in NH4+ mineralization and microbial communities with stand age in lodgepole pine (Pinus contorta) forests, Yellowstone National Park (USA)
EAH Smithwick, MG Turner, KL Metzger, TC Balser
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 37 (8), 1546-1559, 2005
1052005
Microbial community structure varies across soil organic matter aggregate pools during tropical land cover change
AP Smith, E Marín-Spiotta, MA de Graaff, TC Balser
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 77, 292-303, 2014
1042014
Tree species effects on soil enzyme activities through effects on soil physicochemical and microbial properties in a tropical montane forest on Mt. Kinabalu, Borneo
M Ushio, K Kitayama, TC Balser
Pedobiologia 53 (4), 227-233, 2010
932010
Preferential sequestration of microbial carbon in subsoils of a glacial-landscape toposequence, Dane County, WI, USA
C Liang, TC Balser
Geoderma 148 (1), 113-119, 2008
882008
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