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Ecosystem Consequences of Soil Warming

  • ID: 4519382
  • Book
  • 620 Pages
  • Elsevier Science and Technology
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Ecosystem Consequences of Soil Warming: Microbes, Vegetation, Fauna and Soil Biogeochemistry focuses on biotic responses to warmer soils, including plant and microbial evolution. It covers various field settings, such as temperate forests, tropical forest, subalpine forests, arctic tundra, grasslands and alpine meadows. The included information integrates multiple natural science disciplines, providing a holistic, integrative approach that will help readers understand and forecast future planetary responses to soil warming. Soil scientists, ecologists and geneticists, and molecular, evolutionary and conservation biologists interested in understanding and planning for the future for organisms' and ecosystems' responses to warmer soil conditions will find this book a valuable resource.

  • Includes a strong emphasis on biological components of soil that provides linkages to physics and chemistry
  • Brings together chapters written by global experts with interests in science communication and education
  • Presents a holistic view of the soil food web using community sequencing
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1. Climate change, warmer soils, and altered biotic and biogeochemical processes
a view to the future
2. A holistic view of the soil food web using community sequencing
3. Evolutionary consequences of climate change
4. Soil warming impacts on plant reproduction: Results from native populations, communities and ecosystems
5. Plant biochemistry impacts ecosystem responses to soil warming and drought
6. Microbial responses to experimental soil warming: Community dynamics and physiology
7. Mycorrhizal mediation of plant and ecosystem responses to soil warming
8. The temperature sensitivity of soil respiration: A global approach
9. The role of soil physical properties for determining biogeochemical responses to soil warming
10. Soil warming and winter snow packs: Implications for northern forest ecosystem functioning
11. Earthworm and other soil faunal responses to warmer soils and impacts for terrestrial ecosystem carbon cycling
12. Reflections on 27 years of manipulated ecosystem warming in a subalpine meadow
13. Responses of alpine plant communities to climate warming
14. Grassland ecosystem responses to soil warming
15. Soil warming effects on low-latitude forests with highly-weathered soils
16. Decadal responses of a northern temperate forest to soil warming and the importance of long-term research
17. Long-term warming research in high-latitude ecosystems: Responses from polar ecosystems and implications for future climate
18. Future research on terrestrial ecosystem responses to warmer soils
19. Effects of soil warming on fungal leaf endophytes: impacts on physiology, species richness, and composition
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Mohan, Jacqueline E.
Dr. Jacqueline Mohan is an Associate Professor of Terrestrial Ecosystem Ecology and Biogeochemistry at the Odum School of Ecology, University of Georgia. Her lab investigates the role of global change on plants, soil biogeochemistry, soil microbes, insect herbivores and, in particular, terrestrial ecosystems. Research includes eastern temperate forests, tropical montane forests, arctic shrub tundra, and southeastern U.S. fire-dependent pine savannas. She earned a S.B. in Biological Chemistry and an A.B. in Biology from the University of Chicago, a M.E.M from Duke University's Nicholas School of the Environment, and a PhD in Biological Sciences from Duke University with James S. Clark and William H. Schlesinger. She was a Postdoctoral Fellow at Harvard University with Fahkri Bazzaz and with Jerry Melillo of The Ecosystems Center, Marine Biological Laboratory. She was awarded the Murray F. Buell Award from the Ecological Society of America and serves on the Board of Editors of the journal PLoS One. She has published in journals including Science, Nature, Proceedings of the National Academy of Science, Global Change Biology, Ecology, Ecology Letters, Ecological Applications, Biogeochemistry, New Phytologist, Soil Science Society of America, Fungal Ecology, and Ecological Monographs.
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