Cameron Wagg
Cameron Wagg
Fredericton Research and Development Centre, AAFC
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Soil biodiversity and soil community composition determine ecosystem multifunctionality
C Wagg, SF Bender, F Widmer, MGA Van Der Heijden
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 111 (14), 5266-5270, 2014
An underground revolution: biodiversity and soil ecological engineering for agricultural sustainability
SF Bender, C Wagg, MGA van der Heijden
Trends in ecology & evolution 31 (6), 440-452, 2016
Belowground biodiversity effects of plant symbionts support aboveground productivity
C Wagg, J Jansa, B Schmid, MGA van der Heijden
Ecology letters 14 (10), 1001-1009, 2011
Mycorrhizal fungal identity and diversity relaxes plant–plant competition
C Wagg, J Jansa, M Stadler, B Schmid, MGA Van Der Heijden
Ecology 92 (6), 1303-1313, 2011
Biodiversity effects on ecosystem functioning in a 15-year grassland experiment: Patterns, mechanisms, and open questions
WW Weisser, C Roscher, ST Meyer, A Ebeling, G Luo, E Allan, H Beßler, ...
Basic and Applied Ecology 23, 1-73, 2017
Fungal-bacterial diversity and microbiome complexity predict ecosystem functioning
C Wagg, K Schlaeppi, S Banerjee, EE Kuramae, MGA van der Heijden
Nature communications 10 (1), 1-10, 2019
Linking soil biodiversity and agricultural soil management
S Thiele-Bruhn, J Bloem, FT de Vries, K Kalbitz, C Wagg
Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability 4 (5), 523-528, 2012
Associations between microfungal endophytes and roots: do structural features indicate function?
RL Peterson, C Wagg, M Pautler
Botany 86 (5), 445-456, 2008
The co-occurrence of ectomycorrhizal, arbuscular mycorrhizal, and dark septate fungi in seedlings of four members of the Pinaceae
C Wagg, M Pautler, HB Massicotte, RL Peterson
Mycorrhiza 18 (2), 103-110, 2008
Soil microbial diversity and agro-ecosystem functioning
MGA van der Heijden, C Wagg
Plant and soil 363 (1), 1-5, 2013
Towards an integration of biodiversity–ecosystem functioning and food web theory to evaluate relationships between multiple ecosystem services
J Hines, WH van der Putten, GB De Deyn, C Wagg, W Voigt, C Mulder, ...
Advances in ecological research 53, 161-199, 2015
Effects of inoculum additions in the presence of a preestablished arbuscular mycorrhizal fungal community
M Janouąková, K Krak, C Wagg, H ©torchová, P Caklová, M Vosátka
Applied and environmental microbiology 79 (20), 6507-6515, 2013
How soil biota drive ecosystem stability
G Yang, C Wagg, SD Veresoglou, S Hempel, MC Rillig
Trends in plant science 23 (12), 1057-1067, 2018
Genetic suppressors of the Lotus japonicus har1-1 hypernodulation phenotype
J Murray, B Karas, L Ross, A Brachmann, C Wagg, R Geil, J Perry, ...
Molecular plant-microbe interactions 19 (10), 1082-1091, 2006
Plant diversity maintains long‐term ecosystem productivity under frequent drought by increasing short‐term variation
C Wagg, MJ O'Brien, A Vogel, M Scherer‐Lorenzen, N Eisenhauer, ...
Ecology 98 (11), 2952-2961, 2017
Plant species richness and functional traits affect community stability after a flood event
FM Fischer, AJ Wright, N Eisenhauer, A Ebeling, C Roscher, C Wagg, ...
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 371 …, 2016
Beyond biomass: Soil feedbacks are transient over plant life stages and alter fitness
JH Dudenhöffer, A Ebeling, AM Klein, C Wagg
Journal of Ecology 106 (1), 230-241, 2018
Plant diversity shapes microbe‐rhizosphere effects on P mobilisation from organic matter in soil
N Hacker, A Ebeling, A Gessler, G Gleixner, O González Macé, ...
Ecology Letters 18 (12), 1356-1365, 2015
Soil microbial communities from an elevational cline differ in their effect on conifer seedling growth
C Wagg, BC Husband, DS Green, HB Massicotte, RL Peterson
Plant and Soil 340 (1), 491-504, 2011
Complementarity in both plant and mycorrhizal fungal communities are not necessarily increased by diversity in the other
C Wagg, C Barendregt, J Jansa, MGA van der Heijden
Journal of Ecology 103 (5), 1233-1244, 2015
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