Kurt A Smemo
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Anaerobic oxidation of methane: an underappreciated aspect of methane cycling in peatland ecosystems?
KA Smemo, JB Yavitt
Biogeosciences 8 (3), 779-793, 2011
1582011
Anaerobic oxidation of methane: an underappreciated aspect of methane cycling in peatland ecosystems?
KA Smemo, JB Yavitt
Biogeosciences 8 (3), 779-793, 2011
1582011
Soil microbial responses to elevated phosphorus and pH in acidic temperate deciduous forests
JL DeForest, KA Smemo, DJ Burke, HL Elliott, JC Becker
Biogeochemistry 109 (1), 189-202, 2012
1412012
Evidence for anaerobic CH 4 oxidation in freshwater peatlands
KA Smemo, JB Yavitt
Geomicrobiology Journal 24 (7-8), 583-597, 2007
1182007
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
902013
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
852012
Fine root morphology is phylogenetically structured, but nitrogen is related to the plant economics spectrum in temperate trees
OJ Valverde‐Barrantes, KA Smemo, CB Blackwood
Functional Ecology 29 (6), 796-807, 2015
762015
The distribution of below‐ground traits is explained by intrinsic species differences and intraspecific plasticity in response to root neighbours
OJ Valverde‐Barrantes, KA Smemo, LM Feinstein, MW Kershner, ...
Journal of Ecology 101 (4), 933-942, 2013
722013
Vegetation and soil environment influence the spatial distribution of root-associated fungi in a mature beech-maple forest
DJ Burke, JC López-Gutiérrez, KA Smemo, CR Chan
Applied and Environmental Microbiology 75 (24), 7639-7648, 2009
612009
Mycorrhizal fungal communities respond to experimental elevation of soil pH and P availability in temperate hardwood forests
SR Carrino-Kyker, LA Kluber, SM Petersen, KP Coyle, CR Hewins, ...
FEMS Microbiology Ecology 92 (3), fiw024, 2016
592016
Mycorrhizal response to experimental pH and P manipulation in acidic hardwood forests
LA Kluber, SR Carrino-Kyker, KP Coyle, JL DeForest, CR Hewins, ...
PLoS One 7 (11), e48946, 2012
572012
Ubiquitous and significant anaerobic oxidation of methane in freshwater lake sediments
K Martinez-Cruz, A Sepulveda-Jauregui, P Casper, KW Anthony, ...
Water research 144, 332-340, 2018
552018
Aggregated and complementary: symmetric proliferation, overyielding, and mass effects explain fine‐root biomass in soil patches in a diverse temperate deciduous forest landscape
OJ Valverde‐Barrantes, KA Smemo, LM Feinstein, MW Kershner, ...
New Phytologist 205 (2), 731-742, 2015
522015
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
522012
Phylogenetically structured traits in root systems influence arbuscular mycorrhizal colonization in woody angiosperms
OJ Valverde-Barrantes, AL Horning, KA Smemo, CB Blackwood
Plant and Soil 404 (1), 1-12, 2016
492016
A multi-year perspective on methane cycling in a shallow peat fen in central New York State, USA
KA Smemo, JB Yavitt
Wetlands 26 (1), 20-29, 2006
472006
Impacts of C 4 grass introductions on soil carbon and nitrogen cycling in C 3-dominated successional systems
WM Mahaney, KA Smemo, KL Gross
Oecologia 157 (2), 295-305, 2008
442008
Soil fungi influence the distribution of microbial functional groups that mediate forest greenhouse gas emissions
DJ Burke, KA Smemo, JC López-Gutiérrez, JL DeForest
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 53, 112-119, 2012
372012
Chronic experimental NO3− deposition reduces the retention of leaf litter DOC in a northern hardwood forest soil
KA Smemo, DR Zak, KS Pregitzer
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 38 (6), 1340-1347, 2006
322006
Characteristics of DOC exported from northern hardwood forests receiving chronic experimental NO 3− deposition
KA Smemo, DR Zak, KS Pregitzer, AJ Burton
Ecosystems 10 (3), 369-379, 2007
262007
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