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Sharon Billings (ORCID 0000-0003-1611-526X)
Sharon Billings (ORCID 0000-0003-1611-526X)
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Increases in the flux of carbon belowground stimulate nitrogen uptake and sustain the long‐term enhancement of forest productivity under elevated CO2
JE Drake, A Gallet‐Budynek, KS Hofmockel, ES Bernhardt, SA Billings, ...
Ecology letters 14 (4), 349-357, 2011
4612011
The ecology of algal biodiesel production
VH Smith, BSM Sturm, FJ Denoyelles, SA Billings
Trends in ecology & evolution 25 (5), 301-309, 2010
3712010
‘One physical system’: Tansley's ecosystem as Earth's critical zone
D Richter, SA Billings
New Phytologist, 2015
2032015
Changes in variability of soil moisture alter microbial community C and N resource use
LK Tiemann, SA Billings
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 43 (9), 1837-1847, 2011
1912011
Emergent insects, pathogens and drought shape changing patterns in oak decline in North America and Europe
LJ Haavik, SA Billings, JM Guldin, FM Stephen
Forest Ecology and Management 354, 190-205, 2015
1672015
How interactions between microbial resource demands, soil organic matter stoichiometry, and substrate reactivity determine the direction and magnitude of soil respiratory …
SA Billings, F Ballantyne IV
Global change biology 19 (1), 90-102, 2013
1582013
Changes in stable isotopic signatures of soil nitrogen and carbon during 40 years of forest development
SA Billings, DD Richter
Oecologia 148, 325-333, 2006
1582006
Effects of temperature and fertilization on nitrogen cycling and community composition of an urban lawn
NS Bijoor, CI Czimczik, DE Pataki, SA Billings
Global Change Biology 14 (9), 2119-2131, 2008
1542008
Altered patterns of soil carbon substrate usage and heterotrophic respiration in a pine forest with elevated CO2 and N fertilization
SA Billings, SE Ziegler
Global Change Biology 14 (5), 1025-1036, 2008
1382008
Responses of soil nitrogen dynamics in a Mojave Desert ecosystem to manipulations in soil carbon and nitrogen availability
SM Schaeffer, SA Billings, RD Evans
Oecologia 134, 547-553, 2003
1272003
Ecological and genomic attributes of novel bacterial taxa that thrive in subsurface soil horizons
TE Brewer, EL Aronson, K Arogyaswamy, SA Billings, JK Botthoff, ...
MBio 10 (5), 10.1128/mbio. 01318-19, 2019
1212019
Soil carbon sequestration in a pine forest after 9 years of atmospheric CO2 enrichment
J Lichter, SA Billings, SE Ziegler, D Gaindh, R Ryals, AC Finzi, ...
Global Change Biology 14 (12), 2910-2922, 2008
1202008
Trace N gas losses and N mineralization in Mojave desert soils exposed to elevated CO2
SA Billings, SM Schaeffer, RD Evans
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 34 (11), 1777-1784, 2002
1122002
Long‐term nitrogen deposition linked to reduced water use efficiency in forests with low phosphorus availability
Z Huang, B Liu, M Davis, J Sardans, J Peñuelas, S Billings
New Phytologist 210 (2), 431-442, 2016
992016
Soil organic matter dynamics and land use change at a grassland/forest ecotone
SA Billings
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 38 (9), 2934-2943, 2006
962006
Soil carbon dioxide fluxes and profile concentrations in two boreal forests
SA Billings, DD Richter, J Yarie
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 28 (12), 1773-1783, 1998
911998
Linking microbial activity and soil organic matter transformations in forest soils under elevated CO2
SA Billings, SE Ziegler
Global Change Biology 11 (2), 203-212, 2005
902005
Nitrogen fixation by biological soil crusts and heterotrophic bacteria in an intact Mojave Desert ecosystem with elevated CO2 and added soil carbon
SA Billings, SM Schaeffer, RD Evans
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 35 (5), 643-649, 2003
872003
Carbon balance of the taiga forest within Alaska: present and future
J Yarie, S Billings
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 32 (5), 757-767, 2002
862002
Differential effects of pH on temperature sensitivity of organic carbon and nitrogen decay
K Min, CA Lehmeier, F Ballantyne, A Tatarko, SA Billings
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 76, 193-200, 2014
832014
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