Prof Richard Bardgett

Professor of Ecology

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Publications

  1. 2019
  2. Published

    Relationships between plant traits, soil properties and carbon fluxes differ between monocultures and mixed communities in temperate grassland

    De Long, J., Jackson, B. G., Wilkinson, A., Pritchard, W., Oakley, S., Mason, K. E., Stephan, J. G., Ostle, N. J., Johnson, D., Baggs, E. M. & Bardgett, R., 2019, In : Journal of Ecology.

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  3. Published

    Soil nematode abundance and functional group composition at a global scale

    Bardgett, R. & et al., 2019, In : Nature.

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  4. Published

    Guiding carbon farming using interdisciplinary mixed methods mapping

    Brockett, B. F. T., Browne, A., Beanland, A., Whitfield, M. G., Watson, N., Blackburn, G. A. & Bardgett, R., 30 Apr 2019, In : People and Nature.

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  5. Published

    Author Correction: Evolutionary history resolves global organization of root functional traits (Nature, (2018), 555, 7694, (94-97), 10.1038/nature25783)

    Ma, Z., Guo, D., Xu, X., Lu, M., Bardgett, R. D., Eissenstat, D. M., McCormack, M. L. & Hedin, L. O., 17 May 2019, In : Nature.

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  6. Published

    A few Ascomycota taxa dominate soil fungal communities worldwide

    Egidi, E., Delgado-Baquerizo, M., Plett, J. M., Wang, J., Eldridge, D. J., Bardgett, R., Maestre, F. T. & Singh, B. K., 30 May 2019, In : Nature Communications|Nat Commun.

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  7. Published

    Soil biota, carbon cycling and crop plant biomass responses to biochar in a temperate mesocosm experiment

    McCormack, S. A., Ostle, N., Bardgett, R. D., Hopkins, D. W., Pereira, M. G. & Vanbergen, A. J., 14 Jul 2019, In : Plant and Soil. 440, 1-2, p. 341-356 16 p.

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  8. Accepted/In press

    Angiosperm symbioses with non-mycorrhizal fungal partners enhance N acquisition from ancient organic matter in a warming maritime Antarctic

    Hill, P. W., Broughton, R., Bougoure, J., Havelange, W., Newsham, K. K., Grant, H., Murphy, D. V., Clode, P., Ramayah, S., Marsden, K. A., Quilliam, R. S., Roberts, P., Brown, C., Read, D. J., Deluca, T. H., Bardgett, R., Hopkins, D. W. & Jones, D. L., 10 Sep 2019, (Accepted/In press) In : Ecology Letters.

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  9. Accepted/In press

    Food web uncertainties influence predictions of climate change effects on soil carbon sequestration in heathlands

    Reyns, W., Rineau, F., Spaak, J. W., Franken, O., Berg, M. P., Plas, F. V. D., Bardgett, R., Beenaerts, N. & De Laender, F., 18 Sep 2019, (Accepted/In press) In : Microbial Ecology.

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  10. Published

    Microbial responses to warming enhance soil carbon loss following translocation across a tropical forest elevation gradient

    Nottingham, A. T., Whitaker, J., Ostle, N. J., Bardgett, R., Mcnamara, N. P., Fierer, N., Salinas, N., Ccahuana, A., Turner, B. L. & Meir, P., 9 Oct 2019, In : Ecology Letters.

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  11. Accepted/In press

    Soil microbial community responses to climate extremes: resistance, resilience, and transitions to alternative states

    Bardgett, R. & Tancredi Caruso, 16 Oct 2019, (Accepted/In press) In : Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences.

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