Nathan I. Wisnoski
Nathan I. Wisnoski
University of Wyoming
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Dormancy in metacommunities
NI Wisnoski, MA Leibold, JT Lennon
The American Naturalist 194 (2), 135-151, 2019
Spatial and temporal variation in river corridor exchange across a 5th-order mountain stream network
A Ward, S Wondzell, N Schmadel, S Herzog, J Zarnetske, V Baranov, ...
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 23 (12), 5199-5225, 2019
Co-located contemporaneous mapping of morphological, hydrological, chemical, and biological conditions in a 5th-order mountain stream network, Oregon, USA
AS Ward, JP Zarnetske, V Baranov, PJ Blaen, N Brekenfeld, R Chu, ...
Earth System Science Data 11, 1567-1581, 2019
Metabolic insight into bacterial community assembly across ecosystem boundaries
NI Wisnoski, ME Muscarella, ML Larsen, AL Peralta, JT Lennon
Ecology 101 (4), e02968, 2020
Microbial rescue effects: How microbiomes can save hosts from extinction
EA Mueller, NI Wisnoski, AL Peralta, JT Lennon
Functional Ecology, 2020
Solute transport and transformation in an intermittent, headwater mountain stream with diurnal discharge fluctuations
AS Ward, MJ Kurz, NM Schmadel, JLA Knapp, PJ Blaen, CJ Harman, ...
Water 11 (11), 2208, 2019
Towards a unifying framework of disturbance ecology through crowdsourced science
EB Graham, C Averill, B Bond-Lamberty, JE Knelman, S Krause, ...
EcoEvoRxiv, 2020
Microbial diversity through space and time: dispersal and dormancy in microbial communities
NI Wisnoski
Indiana University, Bloomington, 2020
Microbial community composition is affected by press, but not pulse, seawater intrusion
C Mobilian, NI Wisnoski, JT Lennon, M Alber, S Widney, CB Craft
BioRxiv, 2020
Microbial community assembly in a multi-layer dendritic metacommunity
NI Wisnoski, JT Lennon
bioRxiv, 2020
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