Nathan Basiliko
TitleCited byYear
Carbon turnover in peatland mesocosms exposed to different water table levels
C Blodau, N Basiliko, TR Moore
Biogeochemistry 67 (3), 331-351, 2004
2402004
Microbes as engines of ecosystem function: when does community structure enhance predictions of ecosystem processes?
EB Graham, JE Knelman, A Schindlbacher, S Siciliano, M Breulmann, ...
Frontiers in microbiology 7, 214, 2016
1732016
Carbon dioxide and methane production potentials of peats from natural, harvested and restored sites, eastern Québec, Canada
S Glatzel, N Basiliko, T Moore
Wetlands 24 (2), 261-267, 2004
1592004
Decomposition in boreal peatlands
T Moore, N Basiliko
Boreal peatland ecosystems, 125-143, 2006
1282006
Methane biogeochemistry and methanogen communities in two northern peatland ecosystems, New York State
N Basiliko, JB Yavitt, PM Dees, SM Merkel
Geomicrobiology Journal 20 (6), 563-577, 2003
1052003
Influence of Ni, Co, Fe, and Na additions on methane production in Sphagnum-dominated Northern American peatlands
N Basiliko, JB Yavitt
Biogeochemistry 52 (2), 133-153, 2001
1042001
Regulation of decomposition and methane dynamics across natural, commercially mined, and restored northern peatlands
N Basiliko, C Blodau, C Roehm, P Bengtson, TR Moore
Ecosystems 10 (7), 1148-1165, 2007
872007
Roles of moss species and habitat in methane consumption potential in a northern peatland
N Basiliko, R Knowles, TR Moore
Wetlands 24 (1), 178, 2004
662004
Stable isotopes reveal widespread anaerobic methane oxidation across latitude and peatland type
V Gupta, KA Smemo, JB Yavitt, D Fowle, B Branfireun, N Basiliko
Environmental science & technology 47 (15), 8273-8279, 2013
582013
Peatland microbial communities and decomposition processes in the James Bay Lowlands, Canada
MD Preston, KA Smemo, JW McLaughlin, N Basiliko
Frontiers in microbiology 3, 70, 2012
542012
Methane fluxes measured by eddy covariance and static chamber techniques at a temperate forest in central Ontario, Canada
JM Wang, JG Murphy, JA Geddes, CL Winsborough, N Basiliko, ...
Biogeosciences 10 (6), 4371-4382, 2013
522013
Soil and greenhouse gas responses to biochar additions in a temperate hardwood forest
TE Sackett, N Basiliko, GL Noyce, C Winsborough, J Schurman, C Ikeda, ...
Gcb Bioenergy 7 (5), 1062-1074, 2015
482015
Vegetation feedbacks of nutrient addition lead to a weaker carbon sink in an ombrotrophic bog
T Larmola, JL Bubier, C Kobyljanec, N Basiliko, S Juutinen, E Humphreys, ...
Global Change Biology 19 (12), 3729-3739, 2013
472013
Spatial dependency of soil nutrient availability and microbial properties in a mixed forest of Tsuga heterophylla and Pseudotsuga menziesii, in coastal British Columbia, Canada
P Bengtson, N Basiliko, CE Prescott, SJ Grayston
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 39 (10), 2429-2435, 2007
442007
Active methanotrophs in two contrasting North American peatland ecosystems revealed using DNA-SIP
V Gupta, KA Smemo, JB Yavitt, N Basiliko
Microbial ecology 63 (2), 438-445, 2012
422012
Nutrient input and carbon and microbial dynamics in an ombrotrophic bog
N Basiliko, TR Moore, R Jeannotte, JL Bubier
Geomicrobiology Journal 23 (7), 531-543, 2006
422006
Methane and methanogen community dynamics across a boreal peatland nutrient gradient
A Godin, JW McLaughlin, KL Webster, M Packalen, N Basiliko
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 48, 96-105, 2012
412012
Soil microbial responses over 2 years following biochar addition to a north temperate forest
GL Noyce, N Basiliko, R Fulthorpe, TE Sackett, SC Thomas
Biology and fertility of soils 51 (6), 649-659, 2015
402015
Indirect and direct effects of exotic earthworms on soil nutrient and carbon pools in North American temperate forests
TE Sackett, SM Smith, N Basiliko
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 57, 459-467, 2013
392013
The fate of 15N-nitrate in a northern peatland impacted by long term experimental nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium fertilization
Y Xing, J Bubier, T Moore, M Murphy, N Basiliko, S Wendel, C Blodau
Biogeochemistry 103 (1-3), 281-296, 2011
372011
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