Steven J Hall
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Iron-mediated organic matter decomposition in humid soils can counteract protection
C Chen, SJ Hall, E Coward, A Thompson
Nature Communications 11, 2255, 2020
Iron oxidation stimulates organic matter decomposition in humid tropical forest soils
SJ Hall, WL Silver
Global change biology 19 (9), 2804-2813, 2013
Elevated moisture stimulates carbon loss from mineral soils by releasing protected organic matter
W Huang, SJ Hall
Nature communications 8 (1), 1774, 2017
Reconciling multiple impacts of nitrogen enrichment on soil carbon: plant, microbial and geochemical controls
C Ye, D Chen, SJ Hall, S Pan, X Yan, T Bai, H Guo, Y Zhang, Y Bai, S Hu
Ecology Letters 21 (8), 1162-1173, 2018
When wet gets wetter: decoupling of moisture, redox biogeochemistry, and greenhouse gas fluxes in a humid tropical forest soil
SJ Hall, WH McDowell, WL Silver
Ecosystems 16, 576-589, 2013
Revisiting streamside trees that do not use stream water: can the two water worlds hypothesis and snowpack isotopic effects explain a missing water source?
DR Bowling, ES Schulze, SJ Hall
Ecohydrology 10 (1), e1771, 2017
Order from disorder: do soil organic matter composition and turnover co-vary with iron phase crystallinity?
SJ Hall, AA Berhe, A Thompson
Biogeochemistry 140, 93-110, 2018
Reducing conditions, reactive metals, and their interactions can explain spatial patterns of surface soil carbon in a humid tropical forest
SJ Hall, WL Silver
Biogeochemistry 125, 149-165, 2015
Molecular trade-offs in soil organic carbon composition at continental scale
SJ Hall, C Ye, SR Weintraub, WC Hockaday
Nature Geoscience 13 (10), 687-692, 2020
From pools to flow: The PROMISE framework for new insights on soil carbon cycling in a changing world
BG Waring, BN Sulman, S Reed, AP Smith, C Averill, CA Creamer, ...
Global Change Biology 26 (12), 6631-6643, 2020
Enrichment of lignin-derived carbon in mineral-associated soil organic matter
W Huang, KE Hammel, J Hao, A Thompson, VI Timokhin, SJ Hall
Environmental science & technology 53 (13), 7522-7531, 2019
Lignin decomposition is sustained under fluctuating redox conditions in humid tropical forest soils
SJ Hall, WL Silver, VI Timokhin, KE Hammel
Global change biology 21 (7), 2818-2828, 2015
Iron addition to soil specifically stabilized lignin
SJ Hall, WL Silver, VI Timokhin, KE Hammel
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 98, 95-98, 2016
Breaking the enzymatic latch: impacts of reducing conditions on hydrolytic enzyme activity in tropical forest soils
SJ Hall, J Treffkorn, WL Silver
Ecology 95 (10), 2964-2973, 2014
Differential effects of canopy trimming and litter deposition on litterfall and nutrient dynamics in a wet subtropical forest
WL Silver, SJ Hall, G González
Forest Ecology and Management 332, 47-55, 2014
Lignin lags, leads, or limits the decomposition of litter and soil organic carbon
SJ Hall, W Huang, VI Timokhin, KE Hammel
Ecology 101 (9), e03113, 2020
Trade‐offs in soil carbon protection mechanisms under aerobic and anaerobic conditions
W Huang, C Ye, WC Hockaday, SJ Hall
Global Change Biology 26 (6), 3726-3737, 2020
Drivers and patterns of iron redox cycling from surface to bedrock in a deep tropical forest soil: a new conceptual model
SJ Hall, D Liptzin, HL Buss, K DeAngelis, WL Silver
Biogeochemistry 130, 177-190, 2016
Interactive global change factors mitigate soil aggregation and carbon change in a semi‐arid grassland
T Bai, P Wang, SJ Hall, F Wang, C Ye, Z Li, S Li, L Zhou, Y Qiu, J Guo, ...
Global Change Biology 26 (9), 5320-5332, 2020
Where and why do particulate organic matter (POM) and mineral-associated organic matter (MAOM) differ among diverse soils?
W Yu, W Huang, SR Weintraub-Leff, SJ Hall
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 172, 108756, 2022
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