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Arthur A.D. Broadbent
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Leaf nutrients, not specific leaf area, are consistent indicators of elevated nutrient inputs
J Firn, JM McGree, E Harvey, H Flores-Moreno, M Schütz, YM Buckley, ...
Nature ecology & evolution 3 (3), 400-406, 2019
1162019
Soil net nitrogen mineralisation across global grasslands
AC Risch, S Zimmermann, R Ochoa-Hueso, M Schütz, B Frey, JL Firn, ...
Nature communications 10 (1), 4981, 2019
962019
Belowground competition drives invasive plant impact on native species regardless of nitrogen availability
A Broadbent, CJ Stevens, DA Peltzer, NJ Ostle, KH Orwin
Oecologia 186 (2), 577-587, 2018
692018
Climate change alters temporal dynamics of alpine soil microbial functioning and biogeochemical cycling via earlier snowmelt
AAD Broadbent, HSK Snell, A Michas, WJ Pritchard, L Newbold, I Cordero, ...
The ISME Journal 15, 2264–2275, 2021
562021
Invasive N-fixer impacts on litter decomposition driven by changes to soil properties not litter quality
AAD Broadbent, KH Orwin, DA Peltzer, IA Dickie, NWH Mason, NJ Ostle, ...
Ecosystems 20, 1151-1163, 2017
372017
Global impacts of fertilization and herbivore removal on soil net nitrogen mineralization are modulated by local climate and soil properties
AC Risch, S Zimmermann, B Moser, M Schütz, F Hagedorn, J Firn, PA Fay, ...
Global Change Biology 26 (12), 7173-7185, 2020
302020
Shrub expansion modulates belowground impacts of changing snow conditions in alpine grasslands
AAD Broadbent, M Bahn, WJ Pritchard, LK Newbold, T Goodall, A Guinta, ...
Ecology letters 25 (1), 52-64, 2022
142022
Long-term N-addition alters the community structure of functionally important N-cycling soil microorganisms across global grasslands
B Frey, B Moser, B Tytgat, S Zimmermann, J Alberti, LA Biederman, ...
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 176, 108887, 2023
112023
Dominant native and non‐native graminoids differ in key leaf traits irrespective of nutrient availability
AAD Broadbent, J Firn, JM McGree, ET Borer, YM Buckley, WS Harpole, ...
Global Ecology and Biogeography 29 (7), 1126-1138, 2020
112020
Biogeographic differences in soil biota promote invasive grass response to nutrient addition relative to co-occurring species despite lack of belowground enemy release
AAD Broadbent, CJ Stevens, NJ Ostle, KH Orwin
Oecologia 186, 611-620, 2018
112018
The bumblebee Bombus hortorum is the main pollinating visitor to Digitalis purpurea (Common Foxglove) in a UK population
A Broadbent, A Bourke
Journal of Pollination Ecology 8, 48-51, 2012
72012
Drivers of the microbial metabolic quotient across global grasslands
AC Risch, S Zimmermann, M Schütz, ET Borer, AAD Broadbent, ...
Global Ecology and Biogeography 32 (6), 904-918, 2023
42023
Author Correction: Leaf nutrients, not specific leaf area, are consistent indicators of elevated nutrient inputs
J Firn, JM McGree, E Harvey, H Flores-Moreno, M Schütz, YM Buckley, ...
Nature ecology & evolution 4 (6), 886-891, 2020
22020
Climate change disrupts the seasonal coupling of plant and soil microbial nutrient cycling in an alpine ecosystem
AAD Broadbent, LK Newbold, WJ Pritchard, A Michas, T Goodall, ...
Global change biology 30 (3), e17245, 2024
2024
Drivers of soil microbial and detritivore activity across global grasslands
J Siebert, M Sünnemann, Y Hautier, AC Risch, JD Bakker, L Biederman, ...
Communications Biology 6 (1), 1220, 2023
2023
Changing snow conditions and shrub expansion alter above-and belowground seasonal dynamics in alpine grasslands
A Broadbent, M Bahn, W Pritchard, L Newbold, T Goodall, A Guinta, ...
EGU General Assembly Conference Abstracts, EGU22-8723, 2022
2022
Dominant native and non-native species leaf traits in nutrient enriched grasslands worldwide
A Broadbent, J Firn, J McGree, C Stevens, E Borer, Y Buckley, ...
EGU General Assembly Conference Abstracts, 6767, 2018
2018
Exploring the mechanisms and impacts of plant invasions in grasslands
AAD Broadbent
Lancaster University, 2017
2017
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