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Number of items: 18.

2018

Gora, Evan M.; Sayer, Emma J.; Turner, Benjamin L. and Tanner, Edmund V. J. (2018). Decomposition of coarse woody debris in a long-term litter manipulation experiment: A focus on nutrient availability. Functional Ecology, 32(4) pp. 1128–1138. file

Bréchet, Laëtitia M.; Lopez-Sangil, Luis; George, Charles; Birkett, Ali J.; Baxendale, Catherine; Castro Trujillo, Biancolini and Sayer, Emma J. (2018). Distinct responses of soil respiration to experimental litter manipulation in temperate woodland and tropical forest. Ecology and Evolution filefile

2017

Wang, Faming; Ding, Yongzhen; Sayer, Emma J.; Li, Qinlu; Zou, Bi; Mo, Qifeng; Li, Yingwen; Lu, Xiaoliang; Tang, Jianwu; Zhu, Weixing and Li, Zhian (2017). Tropical forest restoration: Fast resilience of plant biomass contrasts with slow recovery of stable soil C stocks. Functional Ecology, 31(12) pp. 2344–2355. file

Lopez-Sangil, Luis; George, Charles; Medina-Barcenas, Eduardo; Birkett, Ali J; Baxendale, Catherine; Bréchet, Laëtitia M; Estradera-Gumbau, Eduard and Sayer, Emma J. (2017). The Automated Root Exudate System (ARES): a method to apply solutes at regular intervals to soils in the field. Methods in ecology and evolution, 8(9) pp. 1042–1050. file

Laird-Hopkins, Benita C.; Bréchet, Laëtitia M.; Trujillo, Biancolini C. and Sayer, Emma J (2017). Tree functional diversity affects litter decomposition and arthropod community composition in a tropical forest. Biotropica, 49(6) pp. 903–911.

Sayer, Emma J.; Oliver, Anna E.; Fridley, Jason D.; Askew, Andrew P.; Mills, Robert T. E. and Grime, J. Philip (2017). Links between soil microbial communities and plant traits in a species-rich grassland under long-term climate change. Ecology and Evolution, 7(3) pp. 855–862. file

2014

Sayer, Emma J.; Featherstone, Helen C.; Gosling, William D. and the BES Roadies (2014). Sex & Bugs & Rock 'n Roll: getting creative about public engagement. Trends in Ecology & Evolution, 29(2) pp. 65–67.

2012

Sayer, Emma J.; Wright, S. Joseph; Tanner, Edmund V. J.; Yavitt, Joseph B.; Harms, Kyle E.; Powers, Jennifer S.; Kaspari, Michael; Garcia, Milton N. and Turner, Benjamin L. (2012). Variable responses of lowland tropical forest nutrient status to fertilization and litter manipulation. Ecosystems, 15(3) pp. 387–400. restricted access item, not available for direct download

2011

Sayer, Emma J.; Heard, Matthew S.; Grant, Helen K.; Marthews, Toby R. and Tanner, Edmund V. J. (2011). Soil carbon release enhanced by increased tropical forest litterfall. Nature Climate Change, 1 pp. 304–307. restricted access item, not available for direct download

Wright, S. Joseph; Yavitt, Joseph B.; Wurzburger, Nina; Turner, Benjamin L.; Tanner, Edmund V. J.; Sayer, Emma J; Santiago, Louis S.; Kaspari, Michael; Hedin, Lars O.; Harms, Kyle E.; Garcia, Milton N. and Corre, Marife D. (2011). Potassium, phosphorus or nitrogen limit root allocation, tree growth, or litter production in a lowland tropical forest. Ecology, 92(8) pp. 1616–1625. file

2010

Sayer, Emma J.; Sutcliffe, Laura M. E.; Ross, Rebecca I. C. and Tanner, Edmund V. J. (2010). Arthropod abundance and diversity in a lowland tropical forest floor in Panama: the role of habitat space vs. nutrient concentrations. Biotropica, 42(2) pp. 194–200.

Sayer, Emma J. and Tanner, Edmund V. J. (2010). Experimental investigation of the importance of litterfall in lowland semi-evergreen tropical forest nutrient cycling. Journal of Ecology, 98(5) pp. 1052–1062. restricted access item, not available for direct download

Sayer, E. J. and Tanner, E. V. J. (2010). A new approach to trenching experiments for measuring root-rhizosphere respiration in a lowland tropical forest. Soil Biology and Biochemistry, 42(2) pp. 347–352. restricted access item, not available for direct download

2007

Sayer, Emma J.; Powers, Jennifer S. and Tanner, Edmund V. J. (2007). Increased litterfall in tropical forests boosts the transfer of soil CO2 to the atmosphere. PLoS ONE, 2(12), article no. e1299. file

2006

Sayer, E. J.; Tanner, E. V. J. and Lacey, A. L. (2006). Effects of litter manipulation on early-stage decomposition and meso-arthropod abundance in a tropical moist forest. Forest Ecology and Management, 229(1-3) pp. 285–293. restricted access item, not available for direct download

Sayer, Emma J. (2006). Using experimental manipulation to assess the roles of leaf litter in the functioning of forest ecosystems. Biological Reviews, 81(1) pp. 1–31. restricted access item, not available for direct download

Sayer, Emma J; Tanner, EVJ and Cheesman, AW (2006). Increased Litterfall Changes Fine Root Distribution In a Moist Tropical Forest. Plant and Soil, 281(1-2) pp. 5–13. restricted access item, not available for direct download

2003

Sayer, E. J. and Newbery, D. M. (2003). The role of tree size in the leafing phenology of a seasonally dry tropical forest in Belize, Central America. Journal of Tropical Ecology, 19(5) pp. 539–543. file

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