Paul Grogan
Paul Grogan
Department of Biology, Queen's University, Kingston, Ontario, Canada
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Shrub expansion in tundra ecosystems: dynamics, impacts and research priorities
IH Myers-Smith, BC Forbes, M Wilmking, M Hallinger, T Lantz, D Blok, ...
Environmental Research Letters 6 (4), 045509, 2011
8012011
Soil bacterial diversity in the Arctic is not fundamentally different from that found in other biomes
H Chu, N Fierer, CL Lauber, JG Caporaso, R Knight, P Grogan
Environmental microbiology 12 (11), 2998-3006, 2010
4712010
Freeze–thaw regime effects on carbon and nitrogen dynamics in sub-arctic heath tundra mesocosms
P Grogan, A Michelsen, P Ambus, S Jonasson
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 36 (4), 641-654, 2004
3382004
Fire effects on ecosystem nitrogen cycling in a Californian bishop pine forest
P Grogan, TD Burns, FS Chapin Iii
Oecologia 122 (4), 537-544, 2000
2582000
Detection of forest stand-level spatial structure in ectomycorrhizal fungal communities
EA Lilleskov, TD Bruns, TR Horton, D Lee Taylor, P Grogan
FEMS Microbiology Ecology 49 (2), 319-332, 2004
2052004
Below‐ground ectomycorrhizal community structure in a recently burned bishop pine forest
P Grogan, J Baar, TD Bruns
Journal of Ecology 88 (6), 1051-1062, 2000
1822000
Carbon and nitrogen cycling in snow‐covered environments
PD Brooks, P Grogan, PH Templer, P Groffman, MG ÷quist, J Schimel
Geography Compass 5 (9), 682-699, 2011
1532011
Biomass offsets little or none of permafrost carbon release from soils, streams, and wildfire: an expert assessment
BW Abbott, JB Jones, EAG Schuur, FS Chapin III, WB Bowden, ...
Environmental Research Letters 11 (3), 034014, 2016
1482016
Deepened snow alters soil microbial nutrient limitations in arctic birch hummock tundra
KM Buckeridge, P Grogan
applied soil ecology 39 (2), 210-222, 2008
1452008
Arctic soil respiration: effects of climate and vegetation depend on season
P Grogan, FS Chapin Iii
Ecosystems 2 (5), 451-459, 1999
1401999
CO2 FLUX MEASUREMENT USING SODA LIME: CORRECTION FOR WATER FORMED DURING CO2 ADSORPTION
P Grogan
Ecology 79 (4), 1467-1468, 1998
1341998
Deeper snow enhances winter respiration from both plant-associated and bulk soil carbon pools in birch hummock tundra
S Nobrega, P Grogan
Ecosystems 10 (3), 419-431, 2007
1332007
Soil microbial biomass, nutrient availability and nitrogen mineralization potential among vegetation-types in a low arctic tundra landscape
H Chu, P Grogan
Plant and soil 329 (1-2), 411-420, 2010
1172010
Soil fertility is associated with fungal and bacterial richness, whereas pH is associated with community composition in polar soil microbial communities
SD Siciliano, AS Palmer, T Winsley, E Lamb, A Bissett, MV Brown, ...
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 78, 10-20, 2014
1142014
A modelling analysis of the potential for soil carbon sequestration under short rotation coppice willow bioenergy plantations
P Grogan, R Matthews
Soil Use and Management 18 (3), 175-183, 2002
1142002
Ecosystem CO2 production during winter in a Swedish subarctic region: the relative importance of climate and vegetation type
P Grogan, S Jonasson
Global Change Biology 12 (8), 1479-1495, 2006
1132006
Respiration and microbial dynamics in two subarctic ecosystems during winter and spring thaw: effects of increased snow depth
KS Larsen, P Grogan, S Jonasson, A Michelsen
Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research 39 (2), 268-276, 2007
1112007
Controls on annual nitrogen cycling in the understory of a subarctic birch forest
P Grogan, S Jonasson
Ecology 84 (1), 202-218, 2003
1082003
Temperature and substrate controls on intra‐annual variation in ecosystem respiration in two subarctic vegetation types
P Grogan, S Jonasson
Global Change Biology 11 (3), 465-475, 2005
1012005
Soil nitrogen cycling rates in low arctic shrub tundra are enhanced by litter feedbacks
KM Buckeridge, E Zufelt, H Chu, P Grogan
Plant and Soil 330 (1-2), 407-421, 2010
992010
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