Robert Buchkowski

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University of Western Ontario, London, Ontario, Canada 
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Swain M, Leroux SJ, Buchkowski R. (2023) Strong above-ground impacts of a non-native ungulate do not cascade to impact below-ground functioning in a boreal ecosystem. The Journal of Animal Ecology. 92: 2016-2027
Buchkowski RW, Benedek K, Bálint J, et al. (2023) Plant chemical variation mediates soil bacterial community composition. Scientific Reports. 13: 6088
Donihue CM, Kowaleski AM, Losos JB, et al. (2020) Hurricane effects on Neotropical lizards span geographic and phylogenetic scales. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
Buchkowski RW, Leroux SJ, Schmitz OJ. (2019) Microbial and animal nutrient limitation change the distribution of nitrogen within coupled green and brown food chains. Ecology. e02674
Buchkowski RW, Schmitz OJ, Bradford MA. (2019) Nitrogen recycling in coupled green and brown food webs: Weak effects of herbivory and detritivory when nitrogen passes through soil Journal of Ecology. 107: 963-976
Benedek K, Bálint J, Máthé I, et al. (2019) Linking intraspecific variation in plant chemical defence with arthropod and soil bacterial community structure and N allocation Plant and Soil. 444: 383-397
Schmitz OJ, Buchkowski RW, Smith JR, et al. (2017) Predator community composition is linked to soil carbon retention across a human land use gradient. Ecology
Buchkowski RW, Bradford MA, Grandy AS, et al. (2017) Applying population and community ecology theory to advance understanding of belowground biogeochemistry. Ecology Letters. 20: 231-245
Mendelsohn R, Prentice IC, Schmitz O, et al. (2016) The ecosystem impacts of severe warming American Economic Review. 106: 612-614
Buchkowski RW, Schmitz OJ, Bradford MA. (2015) Microbial stoichiometry overrides biomass as a regulator of soil carbon and nitrogen cycling. Ecology. 96: 1139-49
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