Christine Hawkes
Christine Hawkes
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Plant invasion alters nitrogen cycling by modifying the soil nitrifying community
CV Hawkes, IF Wren, DJ Herman, MK Firestone
Ecology Letters 8 (9), 976-985, 2005
5002005
The impact of herbivory on plants in different resource conditions: a meta‐analysis
CV Hawkes, JJ Sullivan
Ecology 82 (7), 2045-2058, 2001
4852001
Global diversity and distribution of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi
SN Kivlin, CV Hawkes, KK Treseder
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 43 (11), 2294-2303, 2011
3742011
Resilience in ecology: abstraction, distraction, or where the action is?
TPA Standish RJ, Hobbs RJ, Mayfield M, Bestelmeyer BT, Suding KN, Battaglia ...
Biological Conservation 177, 43-51, 2014
3122014
Arbuscular mycorrhizal assemblages in native plant roots change in the presence of invasive exotic grasses
CV Hawkes, J Belnap, C D’Antonio, MK Firestone
Plant and Soil 281 (1), 369-380, 2006
2732006
Fungal community responses to precipitation
CV Hawkes, SN Kivlin, JD Rocca, V Huguet, MA Thomsen, KB Suttle
Global Change Biology 17 (4), 1637-1645, 2011
2572011
Differences in fungal and bacterial physiology alter soil carbon and nitrogen cycling: insights from meta‐analysis and theoretical models
BG Waring, C Averill, CV Hawkes
Ecology letters 16 (7), 887-894, 2013
2362013
Interactive effects of fire and microhabitat on plants of Florida scrub
ES Menges, CV Hawkes
Ecological Applications 8 (4), 935-946, 1998
2331998
Preserving accuracy in GenBank
M Bidartondo, etal.
219*2008
Are invaders moving targets? The generality and persistence of advantages in size, reproduction, and enemy release in invasive plant species with time since introduction
CV Hawkes
The American Naturalist 170 (6), 832-843, 2007
2192007
Soil temperature affects carbon allocation within arbuscular mycorrhizal networks and carbon transport from plant to fungus
CV Hawkes, IP Hartley, P Ineson, AH Fitter
Global Change Biology 14 (5), 1181-1190, 2008
1862008
Plant neighborhood control of arbuscular mycorrhizal community composition
NT Hausmann, CV Hawkes
New Phytologist 183 (4), 1188-1200, 2009
1832009
Embracing variability in the application of plant–soil interactions to the restoration of communities and ecosystems
VT Eviner, CV Hawkes
Restoration Ecology 16 (4), 713-729, 2008
1592008
Boundaries in miniature: two examples from soil
J Belnap, CV Hawkes, MK Firestone
BioScience 53 (8), 739-749, 2003
1532003
Resilience vs. historical contingency in microbial responses to environmental change
CV Hawkes, TH Keitt
Ecology Letters 18, 612-625, 2015
1502015
Biotic plant–soil feedbacks across temporal scales
P Kardol, GB De Deyn, E Laliberté, P Mariotte, CV Hawkes
Journal of Ecology 101 (2), 309-315, 2013
1482013
Ectomycorrhizal fungi slow soil carbon cycling
C Averill, CV Hawkes
Ecology letters 19 (8), 937-947, 2016
1472016
Nitrogen cycling mediated by biological soil crusts and arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi
CV Hawkes
Ecology 84 (6), 1553-1562, 2003
1092003
Root interactions with soil microbial communities and processes
CV Hawkes, KM DeAngelis, MK Firestone
The Rhizosphere, 1-29, 2007
1062007
The relationship between open space and fire for species in a xeric Florida shrubland
CV Hawkes, ES Menges
Bulletin of the Torrey Botanical Club, 81-92, 1996
1031996
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