William H. Schlesinger
William H. Schlesinger
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Human alteration of the global nitrogen cycle: sources and consequences
PM Vitousek, JD Aber, RW Howarth, GE Likens, PA Matson, ...
Ecological applications 7 (3), 737-750, 1997
64301997
Biogeochemistry: an analysis of global change
WH Schlesinger, ES Bernhardt
Academic press, 2013
59792013
The global carbon dioxide flux in soil respiration and its relationship to vegetation and climate
JW Raich, WH Schlesinger
Tellus B 44 (2), 81-99, 1992
40901992
Forecasting agriculturally driven global environmental change
D Tilman, J Fargione, B Wolff, C D'antonio, A Dobson, R Howarth, ...
science 292 (5515), 281-284, 2001
35982001
Biological feedbacks in global desertification
WH Schlesinger, JF Reynolds, GL Cunningham, LF Huenneke, ...
Science 247 (4946), 1043-1048, 1990
27121990
Soil respiration and the global carbon cycle
WH Schlesinger, JA Andrews
Biogeochemistry 48 (1), 7-20, 2000
20152000
Forest ecosystems
RH Waring, WH Schlesinger
Analysis at multiples scales, 55, 1985
18631985
On the Spatial Pattern of Soil Nutrients in Desert Ecosystems: Ecological Archives E077-002
WH Schlesinger, JA Raikes, AE Hartley, AF Cross
Ecology 77 (2), 364-374, 1996
14161996
A blueprint for blue carbon: toward an improved understanding of the role of vegetated coastal habitats in sequestering CO2
E Mcleod, GL Chmura, S Bouillon, R Salm, M Björk, CM Duarte, ...
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 9 (10), 552-560, 2011
13352011
Carbon balance in terrestrial detritus
WH Schlesinger
Annual review of ecology and systematics 8 (1), 51-81, 1977
12641977
Nitrogen fixation: Anthropogenic enhancement‐environmental response
JN Galloway, WH Schlesinger, H Levy, A Michaels, JL Schnoor
Global biogeochemical cycles 9 (2), 235-252, 1995
12361995
Evidence from chronosequence studies for a low carbon-storage potential of soils
WH Schlesinger
Nature 348 (6298), 232, 1990
9671990
A literature review and evaluation of the. Hedley fractionation: Applications to the biogeochemical cycle of soil phosphorus in natural ecosystems
AF Cross, WH Schlesinger
Geoderma 64 (3-4), 197-214, 1995
9631995
Forest response to elevated CO2 is conserved across a broad range of productivity
RJ Norby, EH DeLucia, B Gielen, C Calfapietra, CP Giardina, JS King, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 102 (50), 18052-18056, 2005
9182005
Ecological forecasts: an emerging imperative
JS Clark, SR Carpenter, M Barber, S Collins, A Dobson, JA Foley, ...
science 293 (5530), 657-660, 2001
8642001
Reconciling carbon-cycle concepts, terminology, and methods
FS Chapin, GM Woodwell, JT Randerson, EB Rastetter, GM Lovett, ...
Ecosystems 9 (7), 1041-1050, 2006
8002006
On the fate of anthropogenic nitrogen
WH Schlesinger
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 106 (1), 203-208, 2009
7012009
Limited carbon storage in soil and litter of experimental forest plots under increased atmospheric CO2
WH Schlesinger, J Lichter
Nature 411 (6836), 466, 2001
6062001
Plant-soil interactions in deserts
WH Schlesinger, AM Pilmanis
Biogeochemistry 42 (1-2), 169-187, 1998
5981998
Net primary production of a forest ecosystem with experimental CO2 enrichment
EH DeLucia, JG Hamilton, SL Naidu, RB Thomas, JA Andrews, A Finzi, ...
Science 284 (5417), 1177-1179, 1999
5801999
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