David Lipson

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Biology San Diego State University, San Diego, CA, United States 
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Esch EH, Lipson D, Cleland EE. (2019) Invasion and drought alter phenological sensitivity and synergistically lower ecosystem production. Ecology. e02802
Pérez Castro S, Cleland EE, Wagner R, et al. (2019) Soil microbial responses to drought and exotic plants shift carbon metabolism. The Isme Journal
Wagner R, Zona D, Oechel W, et al. (2017) Microbial Community Structure and Soil pH Correspond to Methane Production in Arctic Alaska Soils. Environmental Microbiology
Zona D, Gioli B, Commane R, et al. (2015) Cold season emissions dominate the Arctic tundra methane budget. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
Lipson DA, Raab TK, Parker M, et al. (2015) Changes in microbial communities along redox gradients in polygonized Arctic wet tundra soils Environmental Microbiology Reports. 7: 649-657
Miller KE, Lai CT, Friedman ES, et al. (2015) Methane suppression by iron and humic acids in soils of the Arctic Coastal Plain Soil Biology and Biochemistry. 83: 176-183
Lipson DA, Kuske CR, Gallegos-Graves LV, et al. (2014) Elevated atmospheric CO2 stimulates soil fungal diversity through increased fine root production in a semiarid shrubland ecosystem. Global Change Biology. 20: 2555-65
Zona D, Lipson DA, Richards JH, et al. (2014) Delayed responses of an Arctic ecosystem to an extreme summer: Impacts on net ecosystem exchange and vegetation functioning Biogeosciences. 11: 5877-5888
Lipson DA, Haggerty JM, Srinivas A, et al. (2013) Metagenomic insights into anaerobic metabolism along an Arctic peat soil profile. Plos One. 8: e64659
Friedman ES, Miller KE, Lipson DA, et al. (2013) Potentiostatically poised electrodes mimic iron oxide and interact with soil microbial communities to alter the biogeochemistry of arctic peat soils Minerals. 3: 318-336
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