Daniel Liptzin
Daniel Liptzin
Soil Health Institute
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C: N: P stoichiometry in soil: is there a “Redfield ratio” for the microbial biomass?
CC Cleveland, D Liptzin
Biogeochemistry 85, 235-252, 2007
Global patterns in belowground communities
N Fierer, MS Strickland, D Liptzin, MA Bradford, CC Cleveland
Ecology letters 12 (11), 1238-1249, 2009
Agroecology: A review from a global-change perspective
TP Tomich, S Brodt, H Ferris, R Galt, WR Horwath, E Kebreab, ...
Annual Review of Environment and Resources 36, 193-222, 2011
Alpine treeline of western North America: linking organism-to-landscape dynamics
GP Malanson, DR Butler, DB Fagre, SJ Walsh, DF Tomback, LD Daniels, ...
Physical Geography 28 (5), 378-396, 2007
Effects of carbon additions on iron reduction and phosphorus availability in a humid tropical forest soil
D Liptzin, WL Silver
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 41 (8), 1696-1702, 2009
Temporal dynamics in soil oxygen and greenhouse gases in two humid tropical forests
D Liptzin, WL Silver, M Detto
Ecosystems 14, 171-182, 2011
Introducing the North American project to evaluate soil health measurements
CE Norris, GM Bean, SB Cappellazzi, M Cope, KLH Greub, D Liptzin, ...
Agronomy Journal 112 (4), 3195-3215, 2020
Process-level controls on CO2 fluxes from a seasonally snow-covered subalpine meadow soil, Niwot Ridge, Colorado
D Liptzin, MW Williams, D Helmig, B Seok, G Filippa, K Chowanski, ...
Biogeochemistry 95, 151-166, 2009
An automated system for continuous measurements of trace gas fluxes through snow: an evaluation of the gas diffusion method at a subalpine forest site, Niwot Ridge, Colorado
B Seok, D Helmig, MW Williams, D Liptzin, K Chowanski, J Hueber
Biogeochemistry 95, 95-113, 2009
Intentional versus unintentional nitrogen use in the United States: trends, efficiency and implications
BZ Houlton, E Boyer, A Finzi, J Galloway, A Leach, D Liptzin, J Melillo, ...
Biogeochemistry 114, 11-23, 2013
An evaluation of carbon indicators of soil health in long-term agricultural experiments
D Liptzin, CE Norris, SB Cappellazzi, G Mac Bean, M Cope, KLH Greub, ...
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 172, 108708, 2022
Agriculture's contribution to nitrate contamination of Californian groundwater (1945–2005)
TS Rosenstock, D Liptzin, K Dzurella, A Fryjoff‐Hung, A Hollander, ...
Journal of Environmental Quality 43 (3), 895-907, 2014
Winter and summer nitrous oxide and nitrogen oxides fluxes from a seasonally snow-covered subalpine meadow at Niwot Ridge, Colorado
G Filippa, M Freppaz, MW Williams, D Helmig, D Liptzin, B Seok, B Hall, ...
Biogeochemistry 95, 131-149, 2009
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
Factors controlling streambed coverage of Didymosphenia geminata in two regulated streams in the Colorado Front Range
MP Miller, DM McKnight, JD Cullis, A Greene, K Vietti, D Liptzin
Hydrobiologia 630, 207-218, 2009
Nitrogen fertilizer use in California: Assessing the data, trends and a way forward
TS Rosenstock, D Liptzin, J Six, TP Tomich
California agriculture 67 (1), 2013
Mineralization ratios of nitrogen and phosphorus from decomposing litter in temperate versus tropical forests
AR Marklein, JB Winbourne, SK Enders, DJX Gonzalez, TL van Huysen, ...
Global ecology and biogeography 25 (3), 335-346, 2016
Life in the main channel: long-term hydrologic control of microbial mat abundance in McMurdo Dry Valley streams, Antarctica
TJ Kohler, LF Stanish, SW Crisp, JC Koch, D Liptzin, JL Baeseman, ...
Ecosystems 18, 310-327, 2015
High potential for iron reduction in upland soils
WH Yang, D Liptzin
Ecology 96 (7), 2015-2020, 2015
Carbon‐sensitive pedotransfer functions for plant available water
DK Bagnall, CLS Morgan, M Cope, GM Bean, S Cappellazzi, K Greub, ...
Soil Science Society of America Journal 86 (3), 612-629, 2022
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