Knute Nadelhoffer
Knute Nadelhoffer
Professor, Dept. of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, University of Michigan
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TitleCited byYear
Nitrogen saturation in northern forest ecosystems.
JD Aber, KJ Nadelhoffer, P Steudler, JM Melillo
BioScience 39 (6), 378-286, 1989
Nitrogen saturation in temperate forest ecosystems: hypotheses revisited
J Aber, W McDowell, K Nadelhoffer, A Magill, G Berntson, M Kamakea, ...
BioScience 48 (11), 921-934, 1998
Responses of arctic tundra to experimental and observed changes in climate
FS Chapin III, GR Shaver, AE Giblin, KJ Nadelhoffer, JA Laundre
Ecology 76 (3), 694-711, 1995
Roots exert a strong influence on the temperature sensitivityof soil respiration
RD Boone, KJ Nadelhoffer, JD Canary, JP Kaye
Nature 396 (6711), 570-572, 1998
Detritus, trophic dynamics and biodiversity
JC Moore, EL Berlow, DC Coleman, PC de Ruiter, Q Dong, A Hastings, ...
Ecology letters 7 (7), 584-600, 2004
Controls on Natural 15N and 13C Abundances in Forest Soil Organic Matter
K Nadelhoffer, B Fry
Soil Science Society of America Journal 52 (6), 1633-1640, 1988
Belowground carbon allocation in forest ecosystems: global trends
JW Raich, KJ Nadelhoffer
Ecology 70 (5), 1346-1354, 1989
Carbon and nitrogen dynamics along the decay continuum: plant litter to soil organic matter
JM Melillo, JD Aber, AE Linkins, A Ricca, B Fry, KJ Nadelhoffer
Plant and soil 115 (2), 189-198, 1989
Nitrogen deposition makes a minor contribution to carbon sequestration in temperate forests
KJ Nadelhoffer, BA Emmett, P Gundersen, OJ Kjønaas, CJ Koopmans, ...
Nature 398 (6723), 145-148, 1999
Resource-based niches provide a basis for plant species diversity and dominance in arctic tundra
RB McKane, LC Johnson, GR Shaver, KJ Nadelhoffer, EB Rastetter, B Fry, ...
Nature 415 (6867), 68-71, 2002
Effects of temperature and substrate quality on element mineralization in six arctic soils
KJ Nadelhoffer, AE Giblin, GR Shaver, JA Laundre
Ecology 72 (1), 242-253, 1991
Fine roots, net primary production, and soil nitrogen availability: a new hypothesis
KJ Nadelhoffer, JD Aber, JM Melillo
Ecology 66 (4), 1377-1390, 1985
Nitrogen isotope studies in forest ecosystems.
KJ Nadelhoffer
Stable isotopes in ecology and environmental sciences, 22-44, 1994
Fine root production estimates and belowground carbon allocation in forest ecosystems
KJ Nadelhoffer, JW Raich
Ecology 73 (4), 1139-1147, 1992
Contributions of aboveground litter, belowground litter, and root respiration to total soil respiration in a temperate mixed hardwood forest
RD Bowden, KJ Nadelhoffer, RD Boone, JM Melillo, JB Garrison
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 23 (7), 1402-1407, 1993
Global change and the carbon balance of arctic ecosystems: Carbon/nutrient interactions should act as major constraints on changes in global terrestrial carbon cycling
GR Shaver, WD Billings, FS Chapin III, AE Giblin, KJ Nadelhoffer, ...
Bioscience 42 (6), 433-441, 1992
The changing landscape: ecosystem responses to urbanization and pollution across climatic and societal gradients
NB Grimm, D Foster, P Groffman, JM Grove, CS Hopkinson, ...
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 6 (5), 264-272, 2008
Modelling the soil‐plant‐atmosphere continuum in a Quercus–Acer stand at Harvard Forest: the regulation of stomatal conductance by light, nitrogen and soil/plant …
M Williams, EB Rastetter, DN Fernandes, ML Goulden, SC Wofsy, ...
Plant, Cell & Environment 19 (8), 911-927, 1996
Fine root turnover in forest ecosystems in relation to quantity and form of nitrogen availability: a comparison of two methods
JD Aber, JM Melillo, KJ Nadelhoffer, CA McClaugherty, J Pastor
Oecologia 66 (3), 317-321, 1985
Ecosystem response to 15 years of chronic nitrogen additions at the Harvard Forest LTER, Massachusetts, USA
AH Magill, JD Aber, WS Currie, KJ Nadelhoffer, ME Martin, WH McDowell, ...
Forest Ecology and Management 196 (1), 7-28, 2004
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