Richard P. Phillips
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Redefining fine roots improves understanding of below‐ground contributions to terrestrial biosphere processes
ML McCormack, IA Dickie, DM Eissenstat, TJ Fahey, CW Fernandez, ...
New Phytologist 207 (3), 505-518, 2015
5652015
Enhanced root exudation induces microbial feedbacks to N cycling in a pine forest under long‐term CO2 fumigation
RP Phillips, AC Finzi, ES Bernhardt
Ecology letters 14 (2), 187-194, 2011
5512011
The mycorrhizal‐associated nutrient economy: a new framework for predicting carbon–nutrient couplings in temperate forests
RP Phillips, E Brzostek, MG Midgley
New Phytologist 199 (1), 41-51, 2013
4732013
CTFS‐Forest GEO: a worldwide network monitoring forests in an era of global change
KJ Anderson‐Teixeira, SJ Davies, AC Bennett, EB Gonzalez‐Akre, ...
Global change biology 21 (2), 528-549, 2015
3982015
Increases in the flux of carbon belowground stimulate nitrogen uptake and sustain the long‐term enhancement of forest productivity under elevated CO2
JE Drake, A Gallet‐Budynek, KS Hofmockel, ES Bernhardt, SA Billings, ...
Ecology letters 14 (4), 349-357, 2011
3662011
The increasing importance of atmospheric demand for ecosystem water and carbon fluxes
KA Novick, DL Ficklin, PC Stoy, CA Williams, G Bohrer, AC Oishi, ...
Nature climate change 6 (11), 1023-1027, 2016
3542016
Synthesis and modeling perspectives of rhizosphere priming
W Cheng, WJ Parton, MA Gonzalez‐Meler, R Phillips, S Asao, ...
New Phytologist 201 (1), 31-44, 2014
3052014
Rhizosphere processes are quantitatively important components of terrestrial carbon and nutrient cycles
AC Finzi, RZ Abramoff, KS Spiller, ER Brzostek, BA Darby, MA Kramer, ...
Global Change Biology, 2014
2642014
Mycorrhizal association as a primary control of the CO2 fertilization effect
C Terrer, S Vicca, BA Hungate, RP Phillips, IC Prentice
Science 353 (6294), 72-74, 2016
2552016
Roots and fungi accelerate carbon and nitrogen cycling in forests exposed to elevated CO2
RP Phillips, IC Meier, ES Bernhardt, AS Grandy, K Wickings, AC Finzi
Ecology letters 15 (9), 1042-1049, 2012
2292012
Tree species and mycorrhizal associations influence the magnitude of rhizosphere effects
RP Phillips, TJ Fahey
Ecology 87 (5), 1302-1313, 2006
2242006
Microbe-driven turnover offsets mineral-mediated storage of soil carbon under elevated CO2
BN Sulman, RP Phillips, AC Oishi, E Shevliakova, SW Pacala
Nature Climate Change 4 (12), 1099-1102, 2014
2032014
Stoichiometry constrains microbial response to root exudation-insights from a model and a field experiment in a temperate forest
JE Drake, BA Darby, MA Giasson, MA Kramer, RP Phillips, AC Finzi
Biogeosciences 10 (2), 821-838, 2013
1912013
New approach for capturing soluble root exudates in forest soils
RP Phillips, Y Erlitz, R Bier, ES Bernhardt
Functional Ecology 22 (6), 990-999, 2008
1672008
Fertilization effects on fineroot biomass, rhizosphere microbes and respiratory fluxes in hardwood forest soils
RP Phillips, TJ Fahey
New Phytologist 176 (3), 655-664, 2007
1662007
Plant diversity increases with the strength of negative density dependence at the global scale
JA LaManna, SA Mangan, A Alonso, NA Bourg, WY Brockelman, ...
Science 356 (6345), 1389-1392, 2017
1582017
Global importance of large‐diameter trees
JA Lutz, TJ Furniss, DJ Johnson, SJ Davies, D Allen, A Alonso, ...
Global Ecology and Biogeography 27 (7), 849-864, 2018
1532018
The role of isohydric and anisohydric species in determining ecosystem-scale response to severe drought
DT Roman, KA Novick, ER Brzostek, D Dragoni, F Rahman, RP Phillips
Oecologia 179 (3), 641-654, 2015
1522015
Root carbon inputs to the rhizosphere stimulate extracellular enzyme activity and increase nitrogen availability in temperate forest soils
ER Brzostek, A Greco, JE Drake, AC Finzi
Biogeochemistry 115 (1), 65-76, 2013
1442013
Chronic water stress reduces tree growth and the carbon sink of deciduous hardwood forests
ER Brzostek, D Dragoni, HP Schmid, AF Rahman, D Sims, CA Wayson, ...
Global Change Biology, 2014
1392014
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