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Understanding context dependency in the response of forest understorey plant communities to nitrogen deposition
Perring, M. P., Diekmann, M., Midolo, G., Schellenberger Costa, D., Bernhardt-Römermann, M., Otto, J. C., Gilliam, F. S., Hedwall, P.-O., Nordin, A., Dirnböck, T., Simkin, S. M., Mális, F., Blondeel, H., Brunet, J., Chudomelvá, M., Durak, T., De Frenne, P., Hédl, R., Kopecký, M., Landuyt, D., Li, D., Manning, P., Petrík, P., Reczynska, K., Schmidt, W., Standovár, T., Swierkosz, K., Vild, O., Waller, D. M., & Verheyen, K. (2018). Understanding context dependency in the response of forest understorey plant communities to nitrogen deposition. Environmental Pollution, 242, 1787-1799. doi:10.1016/j.envpol.2018.07.089
Decreased atmospheric nitrogen deposition in eastern North America: Predicted responses of forest ecosystems
Gilliam, F. S., Burns, D. A., Driscoll, C. T., Frey, S. D., Lovett, G. M., & Watmough, S. A. (2019). Decreased atmospheric nitrogen deposition in eastern North America: Predicted responses of forest ecosystems. Environmental Pollution, 244, 560-574. doi:10.1016/j.envpol.2018.09.135
Nitrogen addition stimulates soil aggregation and enhances carbon storage in terrestrial ecosystems of China
Lu, X., Hou, E., Guo, J., Gilliam, F. S., Li, J., Tang, S., & Kuang, Y. (2021). Nitrogen addition stimulates soil aggregation and enhances carbon storage in terrestrial ecosystems of China: A meta-analysis. Global Change Biology. doi:10.1111/gcb.15604
Nitrogen deposition accelerates soil carbon sequestration in tropical forests
Lu, X., Vitousek, P. M., Mao, Q., Gilliam, F. S., Luo, Y., Turner, B. L., Zhou, G., & Mo, J. (2021). Nitrogen deposition accelerates soil carbon sequestration in tropical forests. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 118(16). doi:10.1073/pnas.2020790118
Response of temperate forest ecosystems under decreased nitrogen deposition
Gilliam, F. S. (2021). Response of temperate forest ecosystems under decreased nitrogen deposition: Research challenges and opportunities. Forests, 12. doi:10.3390/f12040509
Causes and consequences of species diversity in forest ecosystems
Ellison, A. M., & Gilliam, F. S. (Eds.). (2019). Causes and consequences of species diversity in forest ecosystems: Special Issue. Forests.
Combining biodiversity resurveys across regions to advance global change research
Verheyen, K., De Frenne, P., Baeten, L., Waller, D. M., Hédl, R., Perring, M. P., Blondeel, H., Brunet, J., Chudomelová, M., Decocq, G., De Lombaerde, E., DePauw, L., Dirnböck, T., Durak, T., Erikksson, O., Gilliam, F. S., Heinken, T., Heinrichs, S., Hermy, M., Jaroszewicz, B., Jenkins, M. A., Johnson, S. E., Kirby, K. J., Kopecký, M., Landuyt, D., Lenoir, J., Li, D., Macek, M., Maes, S. L., Máliš, F., Mitchell, F. J. G., Naaf, T., Peterken, G., Petrík, P., Reczynska, K., Rogers, D. A., Schei, F. H., Schmidt, W., Standovár, T., Swierkosz, K., Ujházy, K., Van Calster, H., Vellend, M., Vild, O., Woods, K., Wulf, M., & Bernhardt-Römermann, M. (2017). Combining biodiversity resurveys across regions to advance global change research. BioScience, 67(1), 73-83. doi:10.1093/biosci/biw150
Simulated N and S deposition affected soil chemistry and understory plant communities in a boreal forest in western Canada
Jung, K., Kwak, J.-H., Gilliam, F. S., & Chang, S. X. (2018). Simulated N and S deposition affected soil chemistry and understory plant communities in a boreal forest in western Canada. Journal of Plant Ecology, 11(4), 511-523. doi:10.1093/jpe/rtx030
Non-random species loss in a forest herbaceous layer following nitrogen addition
Walter, C. A., Adams, M. B., Gilliam, F. S., & Peterjohn, W. (2017). Non-random species loss in a forest herbaceous layer following nitrogen addition. Ecology, 98(9), 2322-2332.
Plant acclimation to long-term high nitrogen deposition in an N-rich tropical forest
Lu, X., Vitousek, P. M., Mao, Q., Gilliam, F. S., Luo, Y., Zhou, G., Zou, X., Bai, E., Scanlon, T. M., Hou, E., & Mo, J. (2018). Plant acclimation to long-term high nitrogen deposition in an N-rich tropical forest. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 115(20), 5187-5192. doi:10.1073/pnas.1720777115
A novel mechanism to explain success of invasive herbaceous species at the expense of natives in eastern hardwood forests
Gilliam, F. S. (2016). A novel mechanism to explain success of invasive herbaceous species at the expense of natives in eastern hardwood forests. The New Phytologist, 209, 451-453.
Forest ecosystems of temperate climatic regions
Gilliam, F. S. (2016). Forest ecosystems of temperate climatic regions: from ancient use to climate change. The New Phytologist, 212, 871-887. doi:10.1111/nph.14255
Twenty-five-year response of the herbaceous layer of a temperate hardwood forest to elevated nitrogen deposition
Gilliam, F. S., Turrill Welch, N., Hockenberry Phillips, A., Billmyer, J. H., Peterjohn, W. T., Fowler, Z. K., Walter, C. A., Burnham, M. B., May, J. d., & Adams, M. B. (2016). Twenty-five-year response of the herbaceous layer of a temperate hardwood forest to elevated nitrogen deposition. Ecosphere (Washington, DC), 7(4). doi:10.1002/ecs2.1250
Impacts of soil nitrogen and carbon additions on forest understory communities with a long nitrogen deposition history
Chapman, S. K., Devine, K. A., Curran, C., Jones, R. O., & Gilliam, F. S. (2016). Impacts of soil nitrogen and carbon additions on forest understory communities with a long nitrogen deposition history. Ecosystems, 19, 142-154. doi:10.1007/s10021-015-9922-5
Variation in vegetation and microbial linkages with slope aspect in a montane temperate hardwood forest
Gilliam, F. S., Hédl, R., Chudomelová, M., McCulley, R. L., & Nelson, J. A. (2014). Variation in vegetation and microbial linkages with slope aspect in a montane temperate hardwood forest. Ecosphere (Washington, DC), 5(5), Article 66. doi:10. 1890/ES13-00379.1
Urbanization in China changes the composition and main sources of wet inorganic nitrogen deposition
Huang, J., Zhang, W., Zhu, X., Gilliam, F. S., Chen, H., Lu, X., & Mo, J. (2015). Urbanization in China changes the composition and main sources of wet inorganic nitrogen deposition. Environmental Science and Pollution Research, 22(9), 6526-6534. doi:10.1007/s11356-014-3786-7
Variation with slope aspect in effects of temperature on nitrogen mineralization and nitrification in mineral soil of mixed hardwood forests
Gilliam, F. S., Galloway, J. E., & Sarmiento, J. S. (2015). Variation with slope aspect in effects of temperature on nitrogen mineralization and nitrification in mineral soil of mixed hardwood forests. Canadian Journal of Forest Research, 45(7). doi:10.1139/cjfr-2015-0087
Nitrogen deposition contributes to soil acidification in tropical ecosystems
Lu, X., Mao, Q., Gilliam, F. S., Luo, Y., & Mo, J. (2014). Nitrogen deposition contributes to soil acidification in tropical ecosystems. Global Change Biology, 20, 3790-3801. doi:10.1111/gcb.12665
A reference-based approach for estimating leaf area and cover in the forest herbaceous layer
Walter, C. A., Burnham, M. B., Gilliam, F. S., & Peterjohn, W. T. (2015). A reference-based approach for estimating leaf area and cover in the forest herbaceous layer. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment, 187(10). doi:10.1007/s10661-015-4878-7
Divergent responses of soil buffering capacity to long-term N deposition in three typical tropical forests with different land-use history
Lu, X., Mao, Q., Mo, J., Gilliam, F. S., Zhou, G., Luo, Y., Zhang, W., & Huang, J. (2015). Divergent responses of soil buffering capacity to long-term N deposition in three typical tropical forests with different land-use history. Environmental Science & Technology, 49, 4072-4080. doi:10.1021/es5047233

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