Emily Austin
Emily Austin
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TitleCited byYear
Soil microbial community responses to multiple experimental climate change drivers
HF Castro, AT Classen, EE Austin, RJ Norby, CW Schadt
Applied and environmental microbiology 76 (4), 999-1007, 2010
5032010
Assessment of 10 years of CO2 fumigation on soil microbial communities and function in a sweetgum plantation
EE Austin, HF Castro, KE Sides, CW Schadt, AT Classen
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 41 (3), 514-520, 2009
752009
Development and validation of a citrate synthase directed quantitative PCR marker for soil bacterial communities
HF Castro, AT Classen, EE Austin, KM Crawford, CW Schadt
Applied Soil Ecology 61, 69-75, 2012
72012
Development and validation of a citrate synthase directed quantitative PCR marker for soil bacterial communities
HF Castro Gonzalez, AT Classen, EE Austin, KM Crawford, CW Schadt
Applied and Environmental Microbiology 61 (1), 2012
2012
PS 32-76: Variation in lignocellulosic fungal community structure on decomposing wood of two species Liquidambar styraciflua and Pinus taeda across 3 sites in Oak Ridge, TN
EE Austin
The 95th ESA Annual Meeting, 2010
2010
THERE IS LITTLE VARIATION IN LIGNOCELLULOSIC FUNGAL COMMUNITY STRUCTURE ON DECOMPOSING WOOD OF TWO SPECIES LIQUIDAMBAR STYRACIFLUA AND PINUS TAEDA ACROSS 3 SITES IN OAK RIDGE, TN.
EE Austin
JOURNAL OF NEMATOLOGY 41 (4), 304-304, 2009
2009
PS 2-32: Microbial community structure shifts in a multifactor climate change experiment
EE Austin, HF Castro, AT Classen, CW Schadt
The 93rd ESA Annual Meeting, 2008
2008
OOS 51-9: Toward approaches for disentangling root from microbial contributions to total soil respiration measurements using molecular genetic approaches
HF Castro-Gonzalez, EE Austin, KM Crawford, AT Classen, RJ Norby, ...
2007
Variation in lignocellulosic fungal community structure on decomposing wood of two species Liquidambar styraciflua and Pinus taeda across 3 sites in Oak Ridge, TN
EE Austin
Soil microbes as predictors of ecosystem functional responses to global climate change
A Classen, EE Austin, VA Brown, JAM Bryant, A Buchan, H Castro, ...
Wood decomposing fungal community structure and function differ across decay stages of wood, but respond similarly to temperature
EE Austin, CW Schadt, A Classen
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