Noelle J Espinosa
Noelle J Espinosa
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Key edaphic properties largely explain temporal and geographic variation in soil microbial communities across four biomes
KM Docherty, HM Borton, N Espinosa, M Gebhardt, J Gil-Loaiza, ...
PloS one 10 (11), e0135352, 2015
542015
ALLELOPATHY AS AN EMERGENT, EXPLOITABLE PUBLIC GOOD IN THE BLOOM‐FORMING MICROALGA PRYMNESIUM PARVUM
WW Driscoll, NJ Espinosa, OT Eldakar, JD Hackett
Evolution 67 (6), 1582-1590, 2013
272013
Woodchip and biochar amendments differentially influence microbial responses, but do not enhance plant recovery in disturbed semiarid soils
NJ Espinosa, DJP Moore, C Rasmussen, JS Fehmi, RE Gallery
Restoration Ecology, 2020
12020
Microbes in Terrestrial Biogeochemical Cycles: Linking Processes to Ecosystem Function and Environmental Change I
NJ Espinosa, M Gebhardt, D Fairbanks, RE Gallery
AGU Fall Meeting 2019, 2019
2019
Buried woodchips or biochar as a means of soil productivity and carbon restoration: Effects on microbial activities, soil carbon cycling and plant cover in a semiarid ecosystem
NJ Espinosa, DJ Moore, C Rasmussen, JS Fehmi, RE Gallery
AGUFM 2019, B21J-2332, 2019
2019
Changes in Microbial Communities and Biogeochemistry Along a 20-Year Chronosequence of Fire History.
N Espinosa, DJP Moore, E Berryman, RE Gallery
SSSA International Soils Meeting, 2019
2019
The Role of Microbes in Terrestrial Biogeochemical Cycles: Linking Responses to Ecosystem Processes and Environmental Change I
D Fairbanks, M Gebhardt, NJ Espinosa, RE Gallery
AGU Fall Meeting 2018, 2018
2018
Community Level Physiological Profiling: Microbial Responses to Experimental Warming in Semiarid Soils
VA Eagle, NJ Espinosa, RE Gallery
AGUFM 2018, B33O-2893, 2018
2018
The responses of microbial community activity and biomass to passive warming in a semiarid ecosystem
NJ Espinosa, RE Gallery
2018 ESA Annual Meeting (August 5--10), 2018
2018
The Role of Microbes in Biogeochemical Cycles: Linking Responses to Ecosystem Processes and Environmental Change III Posters
M Gebhardt, NJ Espinosa, D Fairbanks, RE Gallery
2017 AGU Fall Meeting, 2017
2017
Microbial Community Activity And Plant Biomass Are Insensitive To Passive Warming In A Semiarid Ecosystem
NJ Espinosa, JS Fehmi, C Rasmussen, RE Gallery
AGUFM 2017, B51D-1831, 2017
2017
A meta-analysis of soil exoenzyme responses to simulated climate change
M Gebhardt, NJ Espinosa, JC Blankinship, RE Gallery
AGUFM 2017, B14B-02, 2017
2017
Integrating Biogeochemical and Microbiological Approaches to Understand Ecosystem Processes and Responses to Environmental Change I
NJ Espinosa, M Gebhardt, D Fairbanks, RE Gallery
2016 AGU Fall Meeting, 2016
2016
Microbial Community Activity is Insensitive to Passive Warming in a Semiarid Ecosystem
NJ Espinosa, RE Gallery, JS Fehmi
AGUFM 2016, B13D-0633, 2016
2016
Private and public benefits of toxin-mediated mixotrophy in the bloom-forming microalga Prymnesium parvum
WW Driscoll, NJ Espinosa, OT Eldakar, JD Hackett
Evolution 67 (6), 1582, 2013
2013
APPENDIX D: CELL-LEVEL BENEFITS OF TOXIN-MEDIATED MIXOTROPHY IN A TOXIC BLOOM-FORMING MICROALGA
WW Driscoll, NJ Espinosa, OT Eldakar, JD Hackett
SOCIAL AND ASOCIAL NICHE CONSTRUCTION IN MICROBIAL POPULATIONS, 86, 0
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