Evaluating the roles of microbial functional breadth and home-field advantage in leaf litter decomposition
Osburn, ED, PJ Hoch, Jane M. Lucas, SG McBride, and MS Strickland. 2022. “Evaluating The Roles Of Microbial Functional Breadth And Home-Field Advantage In Leaf Litter Decomposition”. Functional Ecology. doi:10.1111/1365-2435.14026.
Volatile and Dissolved Organic Carbon Sources Have Distinct Effects on Microbial Activity, Nitrogen Content, and Bacterial Communities in Soil
McBride, SG, ED Osburn, Jane M. Lucas, JS Simpson, T Brown, JE Barrett, and MS Strickland. 2022. “Volatile And Dissolved Organic Carbon Sources Have Distinct Effects On Microbial Activity, Nitrogen Content, And Bacterial Communities In Soil”. Microbial Ecology. doi:10.1007/s00248-022-01967-0.
Lucas, Jane M., BS Sone, D Whitmore, and MS Strickland. (DEC) 2021. “Antibiotics And Temperature Interact To Disrupt Soil Communities And Nutrient Cycling”. Soil Biology & Biochemistry 163. doi:10.1016/j.soilbio.2021.108437.
Investigation of relationships between fecal contamination, cattle grazing, human recreation, and microbial source tracking markers in a mixed-land-use rangeland watershed
Joseph, N, Jane M. Lucas, N Viswanath, R Findlay, J Sprinkle, MS Strickland, E Winford, and AS Kolok. (APR 15) 2021. “Investigation Of Relationships Between Fecal Contamination, Cattle Grazing, Human Recreation, And Microbial Source Tracking Markers In A Mixed-Land-Use Rangeland Watershed”. Water Research 194.
Functional and taxonomic diversity of grasshoppers differentially shape above- and below-ground communities and their function
Lucas, Jane M., J Jonas, AN Laws, DH Branson, SC Pennings, CM Prather, and MS Strickland. (JAN) 2021. “Functional And Taxonomic Diversity Of Grasshoppers Differentially Shape Above- And Below-Ground Communities And Their Function”. Functional Ecology 35 (1): 167-180, .
Lucas, Jane M., SG McBride, and MS Strickland. (APR) 2020. “Trophic Level Mediates Soil Microbial Community Composition And Function”. Soil Biology & Biochemistry 143.
Prolonged exposure to manure from livestock-administered antibiotics decreases ecosystem carbon-use efficiency and alters nitrogen cycling
Wepking, C, B Badgley, JE Barrett, KF Knowlton, Jane M. Lucas, KJ Minick, PP Ray, SE Shawver, and MS Strickland. (DEC) 2019. “Prolonged Exposure To Manure From Livestock-Administered Antibiotics Decreases Ecosystem Carbon-Use Efficiency And Alters Nitrogen Cycling”. Ecology Letters 22 (12): 2067-2076, .