Kate M. Buckeridge
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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
Deepened snow alters soil microbial nutrient limitations in arctic birch hummock tundra
KM Buckeridge, P Grogan
applied soil ecology 39 (2), 210-222, 2008
The seasonal pattern of soil microbial community structure in mesic low arctic tundra
KM Buckeridge, S Banerjee, SD Siciliano, P Grogan
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 65, 338-347, 2013
Soil nitrogen cycling rates in low arctic shrub tundra are enhanced by litter feedbacks
KM Buckeridge, E Zufelt, H Chu, P Grogan
Plant and Soil 330, 407-421, 2010
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
Deepened snow increases late thaw biogeochemical pulses in mesic low arctic tundra
KM Buckeridge, P Grogan
Biogeochemistry 101, 105-121, 2010
Shrub encroachment in Arctic tundra: Betula nana effects on above‐ and belowground litter decomposition
JR McLaren, KM Buckeridge, MJ van de Weg, GR Shaver, JP Schimel, ...
Ecology 98 (5), 1361-1376, 2017
Soil biogeochemistry during the early spring in low arctic mesic tundra and the impacts of deepened snow and enhanced nitrogen availability
KM Buckeridge, YP Cen, DB Layzell, P Grogan
Biogeochemistry 99, 127-141, 2010
Deconstructing the microbial necromass continuum to inform soil carbon sequestration
KM Buckeridge, C Creamer, J Whitaker
Functional Ecology 36 (6), 1396-1410, 2022
Sticky dead microbes: Rapid abiotic retention of microbial necromass in soil
KM Buckeridge, AF La Rosa, KE Mason, J Whitaker, NP McNamara, ...
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 149, 107929, 2020
Vegetation loss alters soil nitrogen dynamics in an Arctic salt marsh
KM Buckeridge, RL Jefferies
Journal of Ecology 95 (2), 283-293, 2007
Temperature sensitivity of biomass‐specific microbial exo‐enzyme activities and CO2 efflux is resistant to change across short‐ and long‐term timescales
K Min, K Buckeridge, SE Ziegler, KA Edwards, S Bagchi, SA Billings
Global Change Biology 25 (5), 1793-1807, 2019
Microbial necromass under global change and implications for soil organic matter
J Hu, M Du, J Chen, L Tie, S Zhou, KM Buckeridge, JHC Cornelissen, ...
Global Change Biology 29 (12), 3503-3515, 2023
Decoupled above‐and belowground responses to multi‐decadal nitrogen and phosphorus amendments in two tundra ecosystems
JR McLaren, KM Buckeridge
Ecosphere 10 (7), e02735, 2019
Vegetation leachate during Arctic thaw enhances soil microbial phosphorus
KM Buckeridge, SM Schaeffer, JP Schimel
Ecosystems 18 (8), DOI 10.1007/s10021-015-9947-9, 2015
Microbial necromass carbon and nitrogen persistence are decoupled in agricultural grassland soils
KM Buckeridge, KE Mason, N Ostle, NP McNamara, HK Grant, J Whitaker
Communications Earth & Environment 3 (1), 114, 2022
Enhanced plant leaf P and unchanged soil P stocks after a quarter century of warming in the arctic tundra
JR McLaren, KM Buckeridge
Ecosphere 12 (11), e03838, 2021
Preferential substrate use decreases priming effects in contrasting treeline soils
J Michel, IP Hartley, KM Buckeridge, C van Meegen, RC Broyd, L Reinelt, ...
Biogeochemistry 162 (2), 141-161, 2023
Does plant community plasticity mediate microbial homeostasis?
KM Buckeridge, JR McLaren
Ecology and Evolution 10 (12), 5251-5258, 2020
The allocation of inorganic nitrogen (15 NH4+) to soil, microbial and plant biomass in an Arctic salt marsh.
KM Buckeridge
Ottawa: National Library of Canada= Bibliothèque nationale du Canada, 2004
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