Colin Tucker
Colin Tucker
US Forest Service Northern Research Station
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Ecological forecasting and data assimilation in a data‐rich era
Y Luo, K Ogle, C Tucker, S Fei, C Gao, S LaDeau, JS Clark, DS Schimel
Ecological Applications 21 (5), 1429-1442, 2011
Does declining carbon‐use efficiency explain thermal acclimation of soil respiration with warming?
CL Tucker, J Bell, E Pendall, K Ogle
Global Change Biology 19 (1), 252-263, 2013
Plant rhizosphere influence on microbial C metabolism: the role of elevated CO2, N availability and root stoichiometry
Y Carrillo, FA Dijkstra, E Pendall, D LeCain, C Tucker
Biogeochemistry 117 (2-3), 229-240, 2014
Beyond simple linear mixing models: Process‐based isotope partitioning of ecological processes
K Ogle, C Tucker, JM Cable
Ecological Applications 24 (1), 181-195, 2014
Biological soil crusts: diminutive communities of potential global importance
S Ferrenberg, CL Tucker, SC Reed
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 15 (3), 160-167, 2017
Low soil moisture during hot periods drives apparent negative temperature sensitivity of soil respiration in a dryland ecosystem: a multi-model comparison
CL Tucker, SC Reed
Biogeochemistry 128 (1-2), 155-169, 2016
The concurrent use of novel soil surface microclimate measurements to evaluate CO2 pulses in biocrusted interspaces in a cool desert ecosystem
CL Tucker, TA McHugh, A Howell, R Gill, B Weber, J Belnap, E Grote, ...
Biogeochemistry 135 (3), 239-249, 2017
Reduction of air-and liquid water-filled soil pore space with freezing explains high temperature sensitivity of soil respiration below 0 C
C Tucker
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 78, 90-96, 2014
Process-based isotope partitioning of winter soil respiration in a subalpine ecosystem reveals importance of rhizospheric respiration
CL Tucker, JM Young, DG Williams, K Ogle
Biogeochemistry 121 (2), 389-408, 2014
Climatic Sensitivity of Dryland Soil CO 2 Fluxes Differs Dramatically with Biological Soil Crust Successional State
CL Tucker, S Ferrenberg, SC Reed
Ecosystems 22 (1), 15-32, 2019
Shallow snowpack inhibits soil respiration in sagebrush steppe through multiple biotic and abiotic mechanisms
CL Tucker, S Tamang, E Pendall, K Ogle
Ecosphere 7 (5), e01297, 2016
Biological soil crust salvage for dryland restoration: an opportunity for natural resource restoration
C Tucker, A Antoninka, N Day, B Poff, S Reed
Restoration Ecology, 2020
Nitrogen pools in soil covered by biological soil crusts of different successional stages in a temperate desert in Central Asia
X Zhou, Y Tao, B Yin, C Tucker, Y Zhang
Geoderma 366, 114166, 2020
Manufacturing Simple and Inexpensive Soil Surface Temperature and Gravimetric Water Content Sensors
A Howell, C Tucker, EE Grote, M Veste, J Belnap, G Kast, B Weber, ...
Journal of Visualized Experiments: Jove, 2019
Science at the frontier: multimethod research to evaluate ecosystem change across multiple scales
C Tucker, D Yan, SC Reed, M Dannenberg, W Smith
New Phytologist 218 (4), 1318-1320, 2018
Modest residual effects of short-term warming, altered hydration, and biocrust successional state on dryland soil heterotrophic carbon and nitrogen cycling
C Tucker, S Ferrenberg, S Reed
Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution, 2020
Decadal dynamics of dry alpine meadows under nitrogen and phosphorus additions
T Seastedt, C White, CL Tucker, EM Beaury, AL Concilio, EL Gasarch, ...
Plant Ecology 221, 647-658, 2020
Co‐producing knowledge: the Integrated Ecosystem Model for resource management in Arctic Alaska
ES Euskirchen, K Timm, AL Breen, S Gray, TS Rupp, P Martin, ...
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment, 2020
Interaction of multiple resources in controlling dryland soil CO2 exchange with the atmosphere
S Reed, RT Choi, A Howell, RA Gill, J Belnap, C Tucker
AGUFM 2019, B11A-04, 2019
Plant Litter Traits Mediate Microbial Responses to Water Availability and the Formation of Soil Organic Matter.
B Waring, K Smith, E Grote, A Howell, R Reibold, C Tucker, SC Reed
SSSA International Soils Meeting, 2019
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