Andrew J Burton
Andrew J Burton
Professor of Forest Ecology, Michigan Technological University
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Fine root architecture of nine North American trees
KS Pregitzer, JL DeForest, AJ Burton, MF Allen, RW Ruess, RL Hendrick
Ecological monographs 72 (2), 293-309, 2002
9052002
Responses of tree fine roots to temperature
KS Pregitzer, JS King, AJ Burton, SE Brown
The New Phytologist 147 (1), 105-115, 2000
5352000
Variation in sugar maple root respiration with root diameter and soil depth
KS Pregitzer, MJ Laskowski, AJ Burton, VC Lessard, DR Zak
Tree physiology 18 (10), 665-670, 1998
4391998
Quantifying global soil carbon losses in response to warming
TW Crowther, KEO Todd-Brown, CW Rowe, WR Wieder, JC Carey, ...
Nature 540 (7631), 104-108, 2016
4052016
Relationships between fine root dynamics and nitrogen availability in Michigan northern hardwood forests
AJ Burton, KS Pregitzer, RL Hendrick
Oecologia 125 (3), 389-399, 2000
3962000
Simulated chronic nitrogen deposition increases carbon storage in Northern Temperate forests
KS Pregitzer, AJ Burton, DR Zak, AF Talhelm
Global change biology 14 (1), 142-153, 2008
3852008
Atmospheric nitrate deposition, microbial community composition, and enzyme activity in northern hardwood forests
JL DeForest, DR Zak, KS Pregitzer, AJ Burton
Soil Science Society of America Journal 68 (1), 132-138, 2004
3622004
Soil warming, carbon–nitrogen interactions, and forest carbon budgets
JM Melillo, S Butler, J Johnson, J Mohan, P Steudler, H Lux, E Burrows, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 108 (23), 9508-9512, 2011
3602011
Spatial variation in nitrogen availability in three successional plant communities
KL Gross, KS Pregitzer, AJ Burton
Journal of Ecology, 357-367, 1995
3171995
Root respiration in North American forests: effects of nitrogen concentration and temperature across biomes
A Burton, K Pregitzer, R Ruess, R Hendrick, M Allen
Oecologia 131 (4), 559-568, 2002
3122002
Coupling fine root dynamics with ecosystem carbon cycling in black spruce forests of interior Alaska
RW Ruess, RL Hendrick, AJ Burton, KS Pregitzer, B Sveinbjornssön, ...
Ecological Monographs 73 (4), 643-662, 2003
2642003
Chronic nitrate additions dramatically increase the export of carbon and nitrogen from northern hardwood ecosystems
KS Pregitzer, DR Zak, AJ Burton, JA Ashby, NW MacDonald
Biogeochemistry 68 (2), 179-197, 2004
2322004
Simulated chronic NO3 deposition reduces soil respiration in northern hardwood forests
AJ Burton, KS Pregitzer, JN Crawford, GP Zogg, DR Zak
Global Change Biology 10 (7), 1080-1091, 2004
2222004
Atmospheric nitrate deposition and the microbial degradation of cellobiose and vanillin in a northern hardwood forest
JL DeForest, DR Zak, KS Pregitzer, AJ Burton
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 36 (6), 965-971, 2004
2222004
Fine root respiration in northern hardwood forests in relation to temperature and nitrogen availability
GP Zogg, DR Zak, AJ Burton, KS Pregitzer
Tree Physiology 16 (8), 719-725, 1996
1981996
Microbial immobilization and the retention of anthropogenic nitrate in a northern hardwood forest
GP Zogg, DR Zak, KS Pregitzer, AJ Burton
Ecology 81 (7), 1858-1866, 2000
1912000
Chronic nitrogen additions suppress decomposition and sequester soil carbon in temperate forests
SD Frey, S Ollinger, K Nadelhoffer, R Bowden, E Brzostek, A Burton, ...
Biogeochemistry 121 (2), 305-316, 2014
1892014
Drought reduces root respiration in sugar maple forests
AJ Burton, KS Pregitzer, GP Zogg, DR Zak
Ecological Applications 8 (3), 771-778, 1998
1701998
SIMULATED ATMOSPHERIC NO3 DEPOSITION INCREASES SOIL ORGANIC MATTER BY SLOWING DECOMPOSITION
DR Zak, WE Holmes, AJ Burton, KS Pregitzer, AF Talhelm
Ecological applications 18 (8), 2016-2027, 2008
1642008
Temperature response of soil respiration largely unaltered with experimental warming
JC Carey, J Tang, PH Templer, KD Kroeger, TW Crowther, AJ Burton, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 113 (48), 13797-13802, 2016
1532016
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