Tim Goodall
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Land use driven change in soil pH affects microbial carbon cycling processes
AA Malik, J Puissant, KM Buckeridge, T Goodall, N Jehmlich, ...
Nature communications 9 (1), 3591, 2018
Persistence of dissolved organic matter explained by molecular changes during its passage through soil
VN Roth, M Lange, C Simon, N Hertkorn, S Bucher, T Goodall, RI Griffiths, ...
Nature Geoscience 12 (9), 755-761, 2019
Environmental and microbial controls on microbial necromass recycling, an important precursor for soil carbon stabilization
KM Buckeridge, KE Mason, NP McNamara, N Ostle, J Puissant, T Goodall, ...
Communications Earth & Environment 1 (1), 36, 2020
Soil microbial communities with greater investment in resource acquisition have lower growth yield
AA Malik, J Puissant, T Goodall, SD Allison, RI Griffiths
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 132, 36-39, 2019
The pH optimum of soil exoenzymes adapt to long term changes in soil pH
J Puissant, B Jones, T Goodall, D Mang, A Blaud, HS Gweon, A Malik, ...
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 138, 107601, 2019
Nondestructive DNA extraction from blackflies (Diptera: Simuliidae): retaining voucher specimens for DNA barcoding projects
SJ Hunter, TI Goodall, KA Walsh, R Owen, JC Day
Molecular Ecology Resources 8 (1), 56-61, 2008
Protists have divergent effects on bacterial diversity along a productivity gradient
T Bell, MB Bonsall, A Buckling, AS Whiteley, T Goodall, RI Griffiths
Biology Letters 6 (5), 639-642, 2010
Climate change alters temporal dynamics of alpine soil microbial functioning and biogeochemical cycling via earlier snowmelt
AAD Broadbent, HSK Snell, A Michas, WJ Pritchard, L Newbold, I Cordero, ...
The ISME journal 15 (8), 2264-2275, 2021
The evolution of the adenylate-forming protein family in beetles: multiple luciferase gene paralogues in fireflies and glow-worms
JC Day, TI Goodall, MJ Bailey
Molecular phylogenetics and evolution 50 (1), 93-101, 2009
Confirmation of the species status of the blackfly Simulium galeratum in Britain using molecular taxonomy
JC Day, TI Goodall, RJ Post
Medical and veterinary entomology 22 (1), 55-61, 2008
In-situ fluorescence spectroscopy indicates total bacterial abundance and dissolved organic carbon
JPR Sorensen, MT Diaw, A Pouye, R Roffo, DML Diongue, SC Faye, ...
Science of the Total Environment 738, 139419, 2020
The effects of in vivo exposure to copper oxide nanoparticles on the gut microbiome, host immunity, and susceptibility to a bacterial infection in earthworms
E Swart, J Dvorak, S Hernádi, T Goodall, P Kille, D Spurgeon, ...
Nanomaterials 10 (7), 1337, 2020
Persistence of dissolved organic matter explained by molecular changes during its passage through soil. Nat Geosci 12: 755–761
VN Roth, M Lange, C Simon, N Hertkorn, S Bucher, T Goodall, RI Griffiths, ...
Plants with arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi efficiently acquire Nitrogen from substrate additions by shaping the decomposer community composition and their net plant carbon demand
S Chowdhury, M Lange, AA Malik, T Goodall, J Huang, RI Griffiths, ...
Plant and Soil 475 (1), 473-490, 2022
Soil microbial community and litter quality controls on decomposition across a tropical forest disturbance gradient
DMO Elias, S Robinson, S Both, T Goodall, N Majalap-Lee, NJ Ostle, ...
Frontiers in Forests and Global Change 3, 81, 2020
Tryptophan-like and humic-like fluorophores are extracellular in groundwater: Implications as real-time faecal indicators
JPR Sorensen, AF Carr, J Nayebare, DML Diongue, A Pouye, R Roffo, ...
Scientific reports 10 (1), 15379, 2020
The earthworm microbiome is resilient to exposure to biocidal metal nanoparticles
E Swart, T Goodall, P Kille, DJ Spurgeon, C Svendsen
Environmental Pollution 267, 115633, 2020
Bacterial and archaeal taxa are reliable indicators of soil restoration across distributed calcareous grasslands
M Armbruster, T Goodall, PR Hirsch, N Ostle, J Puissant, KC Fagan, ...
European Journal of Soil Science 72 (6), 2430-2444, 2021
Long-term drought and warming alter soil bacterial and fungal communities in an upland heathland
FM Seaton, S Reinsch, T Goodall, N White, DL Jones, RI Griffiths, S Creer, ...
Ecosystems 25 (6), 1279-1294, 2022
In-situ fluorescence spectroscopy is a more rapid and resilient indicator of faecal contamination risk in drinking water than faecal indicator organisms
JPR Sorensen, J Nayebare, AF Carr, R Lyness, LC Campos, L Ciric, ...
Water Research 206, 117734, 2021
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