Steven D. Allison, Ph.D.

2005 Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA 
Ecology Biology, Biogeochemistry
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Peter Morrison Vitousek grad student 2005 Stanford
 (Microbial allocation to soil enzyme production: A mechanism for carbon and nutrient cycling.)
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Alster CJ, Allison SD, Glassman SI, et al. (2021) Exploring Trait Trade-Offs for Fungal Decomposers in a Southern California Grassland. Frontiers in Microbiology. 12: 655987
Alster CJ, von Fischer JC, Allison SD, et al. (2020) Embracing a new paradigm for temperature sensitivity of soil microbes. Global Change Biology
Alster CJ, Allison SD, Treseder KK. (2020) Carbon budgets for soil and plants respond to long-term warming in an Alaskan boreal forest Biogeochemistry. 1-9
Malik AA, Martiny JBH, Brodie EL, et al. (2019) Defining trait-based microbial strategies with consequences for soil carbon cycling under climate change. The Isme Journal
Isobe K, Allison SD, Khalili B, et al. (2019) Phylogenetic conservation of bacterial responses to soil nitrogen addition across continents. Nature Communications. 10: 2499
Treseder KK, Berlemont R, Allison SD, et al. (2018) Drought increases the frequencies of fungal functional genes related to carbon and nitrogen acquisition. Plos One. 13: e0206441
Glassman SI, Weihe C, Li J, et al. (2018) Decomposition responses to climate depend on microbial community composition. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
Chase AB, Gomez-Lunar Z, Lopez AE, et al. (2018) Emergence of Soil Bacterial Ecotypes Along a Climate Gradient. Environmental Microbiology
Allison SD, Romero-Olivares AL, Lu Y, et al. (2018) Temperature sensitivities of extracellular enzyme Vmax and Km across thermal environments. Global Change Biology
Romero-Olivares AL, Allison SD, Treseder KK. (2017) Decomposition of recalcitrant carbon under experimental warming in boreal forest. Plos One. 12: e0179674
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