Becky Ball
Becky Ball
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Impacts of altered precipitation regimes on soil communities and biogeochemistry in arid and semi‐arid ecosystems
UN Nielsen, BA Ball
Global change biology 21 (4), 1407-1421, 2015
Nonadditive effects of leaf litter species diversity on breakdown dynamics in a detritus-based stream
JS Kominoski, CM Pringle, BA Ball, MA Bradford, DC Coleman, DB Hall, ...
Ecology 88 (5), 1167-1176, 2007
Consequences of non‐random species loss for decomposition dynamics: experimental evidence for additive and non‐additive effects
BA Ball, MD Hunter, JS Kominoski, CM Swan, MA Bradford
Journal of Ecology 96 (2), 303-313, 2008
Soil fauna alter the effects of litter composition on nitrogen cycling in a mineral soil
Y Carrillo, BA Ball, MA Bradford, CF Jordan, M Molina
Soil Biology and Biochemistry, 2011
Interactions between physical and biotic factors influence CO2 flux in Antarctic dry valley soils
BA Ball, RA Virginia, JE Barrett, AN Parsons, DH Wall
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 41 (7), 1510-1517, 2009
The ecology of pulse events: insights from an extreme climatic event in a polar desert ecosystem
UN Nielsen, DH Wall, BJ Adams, RA Virginia, BA Ball, MN Gooseff, ...
Ecosphere 3 (2): 17, 2012
At limits of life: multidisciplinary insights reveal environmental constraints on biotic diversity in continental Antarctica
C Magalhães, MI Stevens, SC Cary, BA Ball, BC Storey, DH Wall, R Türk, ...
PLoS One 7 (9), e44578, 2012
Linkages between below and aboveground communities: Decomposer responses to simulated tree species loss are largely additive
BA Ball, MA Bradford, DC Coleman, MD Hunter
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 41 (6), 1155-1163, 2009
Nitrogen and phosphorus release from mixed litter layers is lower than predicted from single species decay
BA Ball, MA Bradford, MD Hunter
Ecosystems 12 (1), 87-100, 2009
Approaches to advance scientific understanding of macrosystems ecology
O Levy, BA Ball, B Bond-Lamberty, KS Cheruvelil, AO Finley, NR Lottig, ...
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 12 (1), 15-23, 2014
Stoichiometric shifts in soil C: N: P promote bacterial taxa dominance, maintain biodiversity, and deconstruct community assemblages
ZT Aanderud, S Saurey, BA Ball, DH Wall, JE Barrett, ME Muscarella, ...
Frontiers in microbiology 9, 1401, 2018
The influence of litter composition across the litter–soil interface on mass loss, nitrogen dynamics and the decomposer community
BA Ball, Y Carrillo, M Molina
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 69, 71-82, 2014
Direct and terrestrial vegetation-mediated effects of environmental change on aquatic ecosystem processes
BA Ball, JS Kominoski, HE Adams, SE Jones, ES Kane, TD Loecke, ...
BioScience 60 (8), 590-601, 2010
Microbial biomass and respiration responses to nitrogen fertilization in a polar desert
BA Ball, RA Virginia
Polar Biology 37 (4), 573-585, 2014
Legacies of plant litter on carbon and nitrogen dynamics and the role of the soil community
Y Carrillo, BA Ball, MS Strickland, MA Bradford
Pedobiologia, 2012
Stoichiometric linkages between plant litter, trophic interactions and nitrogen mineralization across the litter–soil interface
Y Carrillo, BA Ball, M Molina
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 92, 102-110, 2016
The role of water tracks in altering biotic and abiotic soil properties and processes in a polar desert in Antarctica
BA Ball, J Levy
Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences 120 (2), 270-279, 2015
Implications of meltwater pulse events for soil biology and biogeochemical cycling in a polar desert
BA Ball, JE Barrett, MN Gooseff, RA Virginia, DH Wall
Polar Research 30 (1), 14555, 2011
The ecological role of moss in a polar desert: implications for aboveground–belowground and terrestrial–aquatic linkages
BA Ball, RA Virginia
Polar Biology 37 (5), 651-664, 2014
Meltwater seep patches increase heterogeneity of soil geochemistry and therefore habitat suitability
BA Ball, RA Virginia
Geoderma 189, 652-660, 2012
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