Biology / Molecular is one of more than 16 discipline tags that we use to categorize and aggregate our interdisciplinary information within and across CZOs. Much of our information has been tagged with 2-3 disciplines.
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Mountain erosion over decades and millennia: New insights from sediment yields and cosmogenic nuclides. Callahan, R. P.; Riebe, C. S.; Ferrier K. (2017): Fall Meeting, American Geophysical Union, December 2017. Abstract EP33C-1950.
Water vs carbon: An evaluation of SMAP soil moisture and OCO-2 solar-induced fluorescence to characterize global plant stress. Purdy, A. J.; Fisher, J.; Goulden, M.; Randerson, J. T.; Famiglietti, J. S. (2017): Fall Meeting, American Geophysical Union, December 2017. Abstract B23E-2116.
Microbial community structure of subalpine snow in the Sierra Nevada, California. Carey, C.J., S.C. Hart, S.M. Aciego, C.S. Riebe, M.A. Blakowski, E.L. Aronson (2016): Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research. 48(4):685-701. 2016
A montane Mediterranean climate supports year- round photosynthesis and high forest biomass . Kelly, A.E., and Goulden, M.L. (2016): Tree Physiology. 36 (4), DOI: 10.1093/treephys/tpv131
Tools and perspectives for a unified approach to understanding microbial ecology in the critical zone. Gallery R., Aronson E., Fairbanks D., Murphy M., Rich V., Hart S. (2015): Abstract EP31A-0985 presented at 2015 Fall Meeting, AGU, San Francisco, CA, 14-18 Dec. Cross-CZO
Altitudinal contrasts in drought-driven aeolian microbial inputs to montane soil ecology: impacts of a 500year drought in the Sierra Nevada, California. Aronson, E., Carey, C., Riebe, C., Aciego, S., Hart, S. (2014): AGU Fall Meeting
Hot Spots and Hot Moments: Another Look at Nutrient Variability in Sierra Nevada Forest Soils. Johnson, D. W., Glass, D. W., Murphy, J. D., Stein, C. M., Miller, W. W. (2010): International Annual Meetings
28 Mar 2017 - A team of researchers found that dust provides a much greater amount of nutrients to vegetation in the Sierra Nevada than previously thought.