Karen L. Adair, Ph.D.

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2010 Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, AZ, United States 
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Microbiology Biology, Soil Science Agriculture
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Egbert Schwartz grad student 2010 Northern Arizona University
 (Soil microbial communities along a northern Arizona elevation gradient.)
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Lindgreen S, Adair KL, Gardner PP. (2016) An evaluation of the accuracy and speed of metagenome analysis tools. Scientific Reports. 6: 19233
Selmants PC, Adair KL, Litton CM, et al. (2016) Increases in mean annual temperature do not alter soil bacterial community structure in tropical montane wet forests Ecosphere. 7
Waterhouse BR, Boyer S, Adair KL, et al. (2014) Using municipal biosolids in ecological restoration: What is good for plants and soil may not be good for endemic earthworms Ecological Engineering. 70: 414-421
Adair KL, Wratten S, Barnes AM, et al. (2014) Effects of biosolids on biodiesel crop yield and belowground communities Ecological Engineering. 68: 270-278
Waterhouse BR, Adair KL, Boyer S, et al. (2014) Advanced mine restoration protocols facilitate early recovery of soil microbial biomass, activity and functional diversity Basic and Applied Ecology. 15: 599-606
Buckley HL, Sciligo AR, Adair KL, et al. (2014) Is there gender bias in reviewer selection and publication success rates for the New Zealand Journal of Ecology? New Zealand Journal of Ecology. 38: 335-339
Adair KL, Wratten S, Lear G. (2013) Soil phosphorus depletion and shifts in plant communities change bacterial community structure in a long-term grassland management trial. Environmental Microbiology Reports. 5: 404-13
Adair K, Blazewicz SJ, Hungate BA, et al. (2013) A positive relationship between the abundance of ammonia oxidizing archaea and natural abundance δ15N of ecosystems Soil Biology and Biochemistry. 65: 313-315
Adair K, Schwartz E. (2011) Stable isotope probing with 18O-water to investigate growth and mortality of ammonia oxidizing bacteria and archaea in soil. Methods in Enzymology. 486: 155-69
Adair KL, Schwartz E. (2008) Evidence that ammonia-oxidizing archaea are more abundant than ammonia-oxidizing bacteria in semiarid soils of northern Arizona, USA. Microbial Ecology. 56: 420-6
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