Jonathan R. De Long
Cited by
Cited by
TRY plant trait database–enhanced coverage and open access
J Kattge, G Bönisch, S Díaz, S Lavorel, IC Prentice, P Leadley, ...
Global change biology 26 (1), 119-188, 2020
Predicting the structure of soil communities from plant community taxonomy, phylogeny, and traits
JW Leff, RD Bardgett, A Wilkinson, BG Jackson, WJ Pritchard, JR De Long, ...
The ISME journal 12 (7), 1794-1805, 2018
A test of the hierarchical model of litter decomposition
MA Bradford, GF Veen, A Bonis, EM Bradford, AT Classen, ...
Nature ecology & evolution 1 (12), 1836-1845, 2017
Fungal diversity regulates plant-soil feedbacks in temperate grassland
M Semchenko, JW Leff, YM Lozano, S Saar, J Davison, A Wilkinson, ...
Science advances 4 (11), eaau4578, 2018
Why are plant–soil feedbacks so unpredictable, and what to do about it?
JR De Long, EL Fry, GF Veen, P Kardol
Functional Ecology 33 (1), 118-128, 2019
Persistence of plant-mediated microbial soil legacy effects in soil and inside roots
SE Hannula, R Heinen, M Huberty, K Steinauer, JR De Long, R Jongen, ...
Nature communications 12 (1), 5686, 2021
The role of plant litter in driving plant-soil feedbacks
GF Veen, EL Fry, FC Ten Hooven, P Kardol, E Morriën, JR De Long
Frontiers in Environmental Science, 168, 2019
Plant community composition steers grassland vegetation via soil legacy effects
R Heinen, SE Hannula, JR De Long, M Huberty, R Jongen, A Kielak, ...
Ecology Letters 23 (6), 973-982, 2020
Time after time: temporal variation in the effects of grass and forb species on soil bacterial and fungal communities
SE Hannula, AM Kielak, K Steinauer, M Huberty, R Jongen, JR De Long, ...
MBio 10 (6), 10.1128/mbio. 02635-19, 2019
Understory plant functional groups and litter species identity are stronger drivers of litter decomposition than warming along a boreal forest post-fire successional gradient
JR De Long, E Dorrepaal, P Kardol, MC Nilsson, LM Teuber, DA Wardle
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 98, 159-170, 2016
Relationships between plant traits, soil properties and carbon fluxes differ between monocultures and mixed communities in temperate grassland
JR De Long, BG Jackson, A Wilkinson, WJ Pritchard, S Oakley, KE Mason, ...
Journal of Ecology 107 (4), 1704-1719, 2019
Effects of elevation and nitrogen and phosphorus fertilization on plant defence compounds in subarctic tundra heath vegetation
JR De Long, MK Sundqvist, MJ Gundale, R Giesler, DA Wardle
Functional ecology 30 (2), 314-325, 2016
Contrasting responses of soil microbial and nematode communities to warming and plant functional group removal across a post-fire boreal forest successional gradient
JR De Long, E Dorrepaal, P Kardol, MC Nilsson, LM Teuber, DA Wardle
Ecosystems 19, 339-355, 2016
Mycorrhizal preference promotes habitat invasion by a native Australian orchid: Microtis media
JR De Long, ND Swarts, KW Dixon, LM Egerton-Warburton
Annals of botany 111 (3), 409-418, 2013
Using plant, microbe, and soil fauna traits to improve the predictive power of biogeochemical models
EL Fry, JR De Long, L Álvarez Garrido, N Alvarez, Y Carrillo, ...
Methods in Ecology and Evolution 10 (1), 146-157, 2019
Global change impacts on forest soils: linkage between soil biota and carbon-nitrogen-phosphorus stoichiometry
NI Maaroufi, JR De Long
Frontiers in Forests and Global Change 3, 16, 2020
Plant growth response to direct and indirect temperature effects varies by vegetation type and elevation in a subarctic tundra
JR De Long, P Kardol, MK Sundqvist, GF Veen, DA Wardle
Oikos 124 (6), 772-783, 2015
Coordinated responses of soil communities to elevation in three subarctic vegetation types
GF Veen, JR De Long, P Kardol, MK Sundqvist, LB Snoek, DA Wardle
Oikos 126 (11), 1586-1599, 2017
Drought soil legacy overrides maternal effects on plant growth
JR De Long, M Semchenko, WJ Pritchard, I Cordero, EL Fry, BG Jackson, ...
Functional Ecology 33 (8), 1400-1410, 2019
How anthropogenic shifts in plant community composition alter soil food webs
P Kardol, JR De Long
F1000Research 7, 2018
The system can't perform the operation now. Try again later.
Articles 1–20