Robert Wagner
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Vegetation type dominates the spatial variability in CH4 emissions across multiple Arctic tundra landscapes
SJ Davidson, VL Sloan, GK Phoenix, R Wagner, JP Fisher, WC Oechel, ...
Ecosystems 19 (6), 1116-1132, 2016
Soil microbial responses to drought and exotic plants shift carbon metabolism
SP Castro, EE Cleland, R Wagner, R Al Sawad, DA Lipson
The ISME journal 13 (7), 1776-1787, 2019
Microbial community structure and soil pH correspond to methane production in Arctic Alaska soils
R Wagner, D Zona, W Oechel, D Lipson
Environmental microbiology 19 (8), 3398-3410, 2017
Mechanistic Modeling of Microtopographic Impacts on CO2 and CH4 Fluxes in an Alaskan Tundra Ecosystem Using the CLM‐Microbe Model
Y Wang, F Yuan, F Yuan, B Gu, MS Hahn, MS Torn, DM Ricciuto, J Kumar, ...
Journal of Advances in Modeling Earth Systems 11 (12), 4288-4304, 2019
Do Growth Kinetics of Snow-mold Fungi Explain Exponential CO2 Fluxes Through the Snow?
SK Schmidt, SR Frankel, RL Wagner, RC Lynch
Plant and Microbe Adaptations to Cold in a Changing World, 245-253, 2013
Soil Microbial Greenhouse Gas Emissions: Ecological and Biogeochemical Patterns Across Scales in Arctic Tundra Ecosystems
R Wagner
PQDT-Global, 2019
The Effect of a Reduction in Microbial Diversity on Greenhouse Gas Production in Alaskan Tundra Soils.
R Wagner, WC Oechel, D Lipson
AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts 2017, B23D-2093, 2017
Microbial Community Structure and Soil pH Predict Methane Production in Alaskan Tussock Tundra
R Wagner, WC Oechel, D Zona, D Lipson
AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts 2016, B13D-0638, 2016
Chemical and Physical Controls, and Microbial Implications, on Methane Fluxes During an Unusually Warm Spring Thaw in Barrow, Alaska
R Wagner, D Zona, WC Oechel, D Lipson
AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts 2015, B31C-0559, 2015
Improving understanding of controls on spatial variability in methane fluxes in Arctic tundra
SJ Davidson, V Sloan, G Phoenix, R Wagner, W Oechel, D Zona
EGU General Assembly Conference Abstracts, 500, 2015
A Comparison of Possible Physical, Chemical, and Microbial Functional Gene Controls on Methane Cycling at Two Distinct Sites on the Alaskan North Slope.
R Wagner
AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts 2014, GC14A-05, 2014
The air mycobiome is decoupled from the soil mycobiome in the California San Joaquin Valley
R Wagner, L Montoya, C Gao, JR Head, J Remais, JW Taylor
Molecular Ecology, 0
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