Noah W. Sokol
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Quantifying global soil carbon losses in response to warming
TW Crowther, KEO Todd-Brown, CW Rowe, WR Wieder, JC Carey, ...
Nature 540 (7631), 104-108, 2016
5602016
Microbial formation of stable soil carbon is more efficient from belowground than aboveground input
NW Sokol, MA Bradford
Nature Geoscience 12 (1), 46-53, 2019
1072019
Pathways of mineral‐associated soil organic matter formation: Integrating the role of plant carbon source, chemistry, and point of entry
NW Sokol, J Sanderman, MA Bradford
Global Change Biology 25 (1), 12-24, 2019
942019
Evidence for the primacy of living root inputs, not root or shoot litter, in forming soil organic carbon
NW Sokol, SE Kuebbing, E Karlsen‐Ayala, MA Bradford
New Phytologist 221 (1), 233-246, 2019
762019
Growing the urban forest: tree performance in response to biotic and abiotic land management
EE Oldfield, AJ Felson, DSN Auyeung, TW Crowther, NF Sonti, Y Harada, ...
Restoration Ecology 23 (5), 707-718, 2015
372015
Environmental stress response limits microbial necromass contributions to soil organic carbon
TW Crowther, NW Sokol, EE Oldfield, DS Maynard, SM Thomas, ...
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 85, 153-161, 2015
282015
Species associations overwhelm abiotic conditions to dictate the structure and function of wood‐decay fungal communities
DS Maynard, KR Covey, TW Crowther, NW Sokol, EW Morrison, SD Frey, ...
Ecology 99 (4), 801-811, 2018
232018
Opposing effects of different soil organic matter fractions on crop yields
SA Wood, N Sokol, CW Bell, MA Bradford, S Naeem, MD Wallenstein, ...
Ecological Applications 26 (7), 2072-2085, 2016
202016
Impacts of an invasive plant are fundamentally altered by a co‐occurring forest disturbance
NW Sokol, SE Kuebbing, MA Bradford
Ecology 98 (8), 2133-2144, 2017
152017
Microbial formation of stable soil carbon is more efficient from belowground than aboveground input, Nat. Geosci., 12, 46–53
NW Sokol, MA Bradford
92019
Soil moisture variations alter the chemical and biological stability of mineral-associated organic matter
A Jilling, K Morán-Rivera, N Sokol, S Grandy
AGU Fall Meeting 2020, 2020
2020
How drought modulates carbon-use efficiency and soil carbon formation in rhizosphere, detritusphere, and bulk soils
N Sokol, S Blazewicz, M Foley, A Greenlon, J Pett-Ridge
EGU General Assembly Conference Abstracts, 13148, 2020
2020
Microbial density and substrate identity interact to determine the stabilization efficiency of microbial-derived, mineral-associated organic matter
N Sokol, M Bradford, J Baldock, J Sanderman, J Gutknecht
Lawrence Livermore National Lab.(LLNL), Livermore, CA (United States), 2020
2020
Microbial density and substrate identity interact to determine the efficiency of mineral-associated organic matter formation
N Sokol, M Bradford, J Gutknecht, J Sanderman, J Baldock
Lawrence Livermore National Lab.(LLNL), Livermore, CA (United States), 2020
2020
Plants-Microbes-Minerals: Interactions That Drive Soil Organic Matter Cycling I
A Malhotra, N Sokol, J Pett-Ridge, JW Harden
AGU Fall Meeting 2019, 2019
2019
The interaction between plant substrate identity and soil microbial density on the formation of mineral-associated soil organic matter
N Sokol, J Gutknecht, J Sanderman, M Bradford
AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts 2019, B53B-02, 2019
2019
Interactive effects between habitat disturbance and invasion in temperate deciduous forests
S Kuebbing, NW Sokol
2019 ESA Annual Meeting (August 11--16), 2019
2019
The efficiency of the root pathway for microbial formation of mineral-stabilized soil carbon
N Sokol, M Bradford
AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts 2018, B32C-06, 2018
2018
Pathways of Plant Carbon Input and the Formation of Soil Organic Carbon
NW Sokol
Yale University, 2018
2018
Testing mechanistic differences between above-versus below-ground plant carbon pathways to the soil
NW Sokol, MA Bradford
2017 ESA Annual Meeting (August 6--11), 2017
2017
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