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S K Schmidt
S K Schmidt
Professor of Biology, University of Colorado, Boulder
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Patterns and processes of microbial community assembly
DR Nemergut, SK Schmidt, T Fukami, SP O'Neill, TM Bilinski, LF Stanish, ...
Microbiology and Molecular Biology Reviews 77 (3), 342-356, 2013
14932013
A temporal approach to linking aboveground and belowground ecology
RD Bardgett, WD Bowman, R Kaufmann, SK Schmidt
Trends in ecology & evolution 20 (11), 634-641, 2005
9702005
Seasonal dynamics of previously unknown fungal lineages in tundra soils
CW Schadt, AP Martin, DA Lipson, SK Schmidt
Science 301 (5638), 1359-1361, 2003
7272003
Winter forest soil respiration controlled by climate and microbial community composition
RK Monson, DL Lipson, SP Burns, AA Turnipseed, AC Delany, ...
Nature 439 (7077), 711-714, 2006
6212006
Phosphorus limitation of microbial processes in moist tropical forests: evidence from short-term laboratory incubations and field studies
CC Cleveland, AR Townsend, SK Schmidt
Ecosystems 5 (7), 0680-0691, 2002
5132002
Links between microbial population dynamics and nitrogen availability in an alpine ecosystem
DA Lipson, SK Schmidt, RK Monson
Ecology 80 (5), 1623-1631, 1999
4791999
Global patterns in the biogeography of bacterial taxa
DR Nemergut, EK Costello, M Hamady, C Lozupone, L Jiang, SK Schmidt, ...
Environmental microbiology 13 (1), 135-144, 2011
4752011
Increases in soil respiration following labile carbon additions linked to rapid shifts in soil microbial community composition
CC Cleveland, DR Nemergut, SK Schmidt, AR Townsend
Biogeochemistry 82, 229-240, 2007
4642007
Inorganic nitrogen and microbial biomass dynamics before and during spring snowmelt
PD Brooks, MW Williams, SK Schmidt
Biogeochemistry 43 (1), 1-15, 1998
4591998
Seasonal changes in an alpine soil bacterial community in the Colorado Rocky Mountains
DA Lipson, SK Schmidt
Applied and environmental microbiology 70 (5), 2867-2879, 2004
4532004
Microbial community succession in an unvegetated, recently deglaciated soil
DR Nemergut, SP Anderson, CC Cleveland, AP Martin, AE Miller, ...
Microbial ecology 53, 110-122, 2007
4402007
Microbial activity under alpine snowpacks, Niwot Ridge, Colorado
PD Brooks, MW Williams, SK Schmidt
Biogeochemistry 32, 93-113, 1996
4371996
Changes in assembly processes in soil bacterial communities following a wildfire disturbance
S Ferrenberg, SP O’Neill, JE Knelman, B Todd, S Duggan, D Bradley, ...
The ISME journal 7 (6), 1102-1111, 2013
4172013
Winter production of CO2 and N2O from alpine tundra: environmental controls and relationship to inter-system C and N fluxes
PD Brooks, SK Schmidt, MW Williams
Oecologia 110, 403-413, 1997
4081997
Biogeochemical consequences of rapid microbial turnover and seasonal succession in soil
SK Schmidt, EK Costello, DR Nemergut, CC Cleveland, SC Reed, ...
Ecology 88 (6), 1379-1385, 2007
3922007
Changes in soil microbial community structure and function in an alpine dry meadow following spring snow melt
DA Lipson, CW Schadt, SK Schmidt
Microbial ecology, 307-314, 2002
3602002
Topographic patterns of above‐and belowground production and nitrogen cycling in alpine tundra
MC Fisk, SK Schmidt, TR Seastedt
Ecology 79 (7), 2253-2266, 1998
3601998
Carbon availability and temperature control the post-snowmelt decline in alpine soil microbial biomass
DA Lipson, SK Schmidt, RK Monson
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 32 (4), 441-448, 2000
3202000
The effects of chronic nitrogen fertilization on alpine tundra soil microbial communities: implications for carbon and nitrogen cycling
DR Nemergut, AR Townsend, SR Sattin, KR Freeman, N Fierer, JC Neff, ...
Environmental microbiology 10 (11), 3093-3105, 2008
3152008
The earliest stages of ecosystem succession in high-elevation (5000 metres above sea level), recently deglaciated soils
SK Schmidt, SC Reed, DR Nemergut, A Stuart Grandy, CC Cleveland, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 275 (1653), 2793-2802, 2008
3112008
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