Dr. Brian Ohsowski
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Identifying worldviews on corporate sustainability: A content analysis of corporate sustainability reports
NE Landrum, B Ohsowski
Business Strategy and the Environment 27 (1), 128-151, 2018
Where the wild things are: looking for uncultured Glomeromycota
BM Ohsowski, PD Zaitsoff, M Öpik, MM Hart
New Phytologist 204 (1), 171-179, 2014
The potential of soil amendments for restoring severely disturbed grasslands
BM Ohsowski, JN Klironomos, KE Dunfield, MM Hart
Applied Soil Ecology 60, 77-83, 2012
Arbuscular mycorrhizal fungus responses to disturbance are context-dependent
M van der Heyde, B Ohsowski, LK Abbott, M Hart
Mycorrhiza 27, 431-440, 2017
Hiding in a crowd—does diversity facilitate persistence of a low-quality fungal partner in the mycorrhizal symbiosis?
MM Hart, J Forsythe, B Oshowski, H Bücking, J Jansa, ET Kiers
Symbiosis 59, 47-56, 2013
Plant response to biochar, compost, and mycorrhizal fungal amendments in post‐mine sandpits
BM Ohsowski, K Dunfield, JN Klironomos, MM Hart
Restoration Ecology 26 (1), 63-72, 2018
Contributions of fungi to carbon flow and nutrient cycling from standing dead Typha angustifolia leaf litter in a temperate freshwater marsh
KA Kuehn, BM Ohsowski, SN Francoeur, RK Neely
Limnology and Oceanography 56 (2), 529-539, 2011
Content trends in sustainable business education: An analysis of introductory courses in the USA
NE Landrum, B Ohsowski
International Journal of Sustainability in Higher Education 18 (3), 385-414, 2017
Improving plant biomass estimation in the field using partial least squares regression and ridge regression
BM Ohsowski, KE Dunfield, JN Klironomos, MM Hart
Botany 94 (7), 501-508, 2016
Restoring grasslands in southern Ontario sandpits: Plant and soil food web responses to arbuscular mycorrhizal fungal inoculum, biochar, and municipal compost
BM Ohsowski
University of British Columbia, 2015
Managing for resilience: Lessons from ecology
NE Landrum, R Dybzinski, A Smajlovic, BM Ohsowski
Journal of Management for Global Sustainability 3 (1), 7, 2015
Annual secondary production of fungal and bacterial decomposers associated with standing and benthic litter of the freshwater emergent macrophyte, typha angustifolia
BM Ohsowski
The journey to strong sustainability starts with understanding organizational culture
J Demastus, NE Landrum, B Ohsowski
Academy of Management Proceedings 2022 (1), 13822, 2022
Arbuscular mycorrhizal community recovers rapidly along a tallgrass restoration chronosequence
M van der Heyde, H Liu, B Ohsowski, M Hart
Ecological Restoration 36 (2), 108-111, 2018
Field-based measurement tools to distinguish clonal Typha taxa and estimate biomass: a resource for conservation and restoration
BM Ohsowski, C Redding, P Geddes, SC Lishawa
Frontiers in Plant Science 15, 1348144, 2024
Complementarity of road salt and heavy metal pollutant removal through invasive Typha and Phragmites harvest in urban wetland detention basins
AM Monks, SC Lishawa, BM Ohsowski, SJ Schurkamp, BA Lawrence
Ecological Engineering 194, 107058, 2023
Impacts of Great Lakes Typha Invasion on Anuran Species
E Thilges
Examining the Effect of Biochar on Invasive Typha x glauca in a Greenhouse Experiment
M Mc Greal, BM Ohsowski, S Lishawa, AM Monks
Combined effects of invasive Typha× glauca and Hydrocharis morsus-ranae on aquatic macroinvertebrates in a Lake Huron coastal marsh
LLST JOHN, S Lishawa, A Monks, B Ohsowski
Arbuscular mycorrhizal community recovers rapidly along a tallgrass restoration chronosequence.
M Heyde, LHG Liu HongGuang, B Ohsowski, M Hart
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