Clifton P. Bueno de Mesquita
Clifton P. Bueno de Mesquita
DOE Joint Genome Institute, Berkeley National Lab
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Plant diversity and density predict belowground diversity and function in an early successional alpine ecosystem
DL Porazinska, EC Farrer, MJ Spasojevic, CP Bueno de Mesquita, ...
Ecology 99 (9), 1942-1952, 2018
Plant colonization of moss-dominated soils in the alpine: Microbial and biogeochemical implications
CP Bueno de Mesquita, JE Knelman, AJ King, EC Farrer, DL Porazinska, ...
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 111, 135-142., 2017
Patterns of root colonization by arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi and dark septate endophytes across a mostly-unvegetated, high-elevation landscape
CPB de Mesquita, SA Sartwell, EV Ordemann, DL Porazinska, EC Farrer, ...
Fungal Ecology 36, 63-74, 2018
Topographic heterogeneity explains patterns of vegetation response to climate change (1972–2008) across a mountain landscape, Niwot Ridge, Colorado
CP Bueno de Mesquita, LS Tillmann, CD Bernard, KC Rosemond, ...
Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research 50 (1), e1504492, 2018
Limited ecosystem recovery from simulated chronic nitrogen deposition
WD Bowman, A Ayyad, CP Bueno de Mesquita, N Fierer, TS Potter, ...
Ecological Applications 28 (7), 1762-1772, 2018
Greenhouse trace gases in deadwood
KR Covey, CPB de Mesquita, B Oberle, DS Maynard, C Bettigole, ...
Biogeochemistry 130 (3), 215-226, 2016
Incorporating biotic factors in species distribution modeling: are interactions with soil microbes important?
CP Bueno de Mesquita, AJ King, SK Schmidt, EC Farrer, KN Suding
Ecography 39 (10), 970-980, 2016
Rapid temporal changes in root colonization by arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi and fine root endophytes, not dark septate endophytes, track plant activity and environment in an …
CPB de Mesquita, CMM Del Río, KN Suding, SK Schmidt
Mycorrhiza 28 (8), 717-726, 2018
How microbes can, and cannot, be used to assess soil health
N Fierer, SA Wood, CPB de Mesquita
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 153, 108111, 2021
Evidence for phosphorus limitation in high-elevation unvegetated soils, Niwot Ridge, Colorado
CPB de Mesquita, LM Brigham, P Sommers, DL Porazinska, EC Farrer, ...
Biogeochemistry 147 (1), 1-13, 2020
Growing‐season length and soil microbes influence the performance of a generalist bunchgrass beyond its current range
CP Bueno de Mesquita, SA Sartwell, SK Schmidt, KN Suding
Ecology 101 (9), e03095, 2020
Soil microbial networks shift across a high-elevation successional gradient
EC Farrer, DL Porazinska, MJ Spasojevic, AJ King, ...
Frontiers in microbiology 10, 2887, 2019
Litter-driven feedbacks influence plant colonization of a high elevation early successional ecosystem
CPB de Mesquita, SK Schmidt, KN Suding
Plant and Soil 444 (1), 71-85, 2019
Taking climate change into account: non‐stationarity in climate drivers of ecological response
CP Bueno de Mesquita, CT White, EC Farrer, LM Hallett, KN Suding
Journal of Ecology 109 (3), 1491-1500, 2021
Limited Response of Indigenous Microbes to Water and Nutrient Pulses in High-Elevation Atacama Soils: Implications for the Cold–Dry Limits of Life on Earth
L Vimercati, CP Bueno de Mesquita, SK Schmidt
Microorganisms 8 (7), 1061, 2020
Abiotic and Biotic Drivers of Plant Range Shifts in the Alpine
CPB De Mesquita
University of Colorado at Boulder, 2019
Helianthus petiolaris subsp. fallax chloroplast, complete genome
CP Bueno de Mesquita, S Tittes, J Mendieta, L Rieseberg, C Grassa, ..., 2016
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