Michelle Johnson
Michelle Johnson
Research Fellow, School of Geography, University of Leeds
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Hyperdominance in Amazonian forest carbon cycling
S Fauset, MO Johnson, M Gloor, TR Baker, A Monteagudo, RJW Brienen, ...
Nature communications 6 (1), 1-9, 2015
2092015
Hyperdominance in Amazonian forest carbon cycling
S Fauset, MO Johnson, M Gloor, TR Baker, A Monteagudo, RJW Brienen, ...
Nature communications 6 (1), 1-9, 2015
2082015
Variation in stem mortality rates determines patterns of above‐ground biomass in A mazonian forests: implications for dynamic global vegetation models
MO Johnson, D Galbraith, M Gloor, H De Deurwaerder, M Guimberteau, ...
Global change biology 22 (12), 3996-4013, 2016
1222016
On the delineation of tropical vegetation types with an emphasis on forest/savanna transitions
M Torello-Raventos, TR Feldpausch, E Veenendaal, F Schrodt, G Saiz, ...
Plant Ecology & Diversity 6 (1), 101-137, 2013
1062013
Structural, physiognomic and above-ground biomass variation in savanna–forest transition zones on three continents–how different are co-occurring savanna and forest formations?
EM Veenendaal, M Torello-Raventos, TR Feldpausch, TF Domingues, ...
Biogeosciences 12 (10), 2927-2951, 2015
742015
Quantifying the rate and depth dependence of bioturbation based on optically-stimulated luminescence (OSL) dates and meteoric ¹⁰Be
M Johnson, S Mudd, B Pillans, N Spooner, L Fifield, M Kirkby, M Gloor
John Wiley & Sons, 2014
712014
Quantifying the rate and depth dependence of bioturbation based on optically‐stimulated luminescence (OSL) dates and meteoric 10Be
MO Johnson, SM Mudd, B Pillans, NA Spooner, L Keith Fifield, MJ Kirkby, ...
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 39 (9), 1188-1196, 2014
442014
Baker
MO Johnson, D Galbraith, E Gloor, H De Deurwaerder, M Guimberteau, ...
JC (19731 Biochem. Sot. Trans. I, 277, 2016
15*2016
A generic pixel-to-point comparison for simulated large-scale ecosystem properties and ground-based observations: an example from the Amazon region
A Rammig, J Heinke, F Hofhansl, H Verbeeck, TR Baker, B Christoffersen, ...
Geoscientific Model Development 11 (12), 5203-5215, 2018
42018
Insights into biogeochemical cycling from a soil evolution model and long-term chronosequences
MO Johnson, M Gloor, MJ Kirkby, J Lloyd
Biogeosciences 11 (23), 6873-6894, 2014
42014
A Spatial and Temporal Risk Assessment of the Impacts of El Niño on the Tropical Forest Carbon Cycle: Theoretical Framework, Scenarios, and Implications
A Esquivel-Muelbert, AC Bennett, MJP Sullivan, JCA Baker, Y Gavish, ...
Atmosphere 10 (10), 588, 2019
22019
Modelling Amazonian carbon budgets and vegetation dynamics in a changing climate
HV Bart Kruijt, Patrick Meir, Michelle Johnson, Anja Rammig, Sophie Fauset ...
Interactions Between Biosphere, Atmosphere and Human Land Use in the Amazon …, 2016
22016
Increasing tree mortality in Amazonia and potential consequences for future forest carbon storage
D Galbraith, M Johnson, R Brienen, E Gloor, Y Malhi, K Zhang, ...
EGU General Assembly Conference Abstracts 20, 18586, 2018
2018
Simulating Amazon forest carbon cycling using an individual-and trait-based model.
S Fauset, N Fyllas, D Galbraith, BO Christoffersen, TR Baker, MO Johnson, ...
AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts, 2014
2014
Modelling interactions between soil evolution and diffusive surface processes
M Kirkby, M Johnson, E Gloor
EGU General Assembly Conference Abstracts 16, 2014
2014
On the delineation of tropical vegetation types with an emphasis on forest/savanna transitions
M STEININGER, L ZAPFACK, NM Fyllas, MI BIRD, TEDR FELDPAUSCH, ...
Plant Ecology & Diversity, 2013
2013
Evidence for biological mediation of K and P weathering inferred from a new process-based soil evolution model and soil chronosequences from Hawaii
M Johnson, E Gloor
AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts, 2012
2012
A first attempt to reproduce basaltic soil chronosequences using a process-based soil profile model: implications for our understanding of soil evolution
M Johnson, M Gloor, J Lloyd
EGU General Assembly Conference Abstracts 14, 10625, 2012
2012
A spatial and temporal risk assessment of the impacts of El Niño on the tropical forest carbon cycle
A Esquivel-Muelbert, A Bennett, M Sullivan, J Baker, Y Gavish, ...
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