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Mr Donald A'Bear 


Publications

Dray MW, Crowther TW, Thomas SM, A’Bear AD, Godbold DL, Ormerod SJ, Hartley SE, Jones TH (2014) Effects of elevated CO2 on litter chemistry and subsequent invertebrate detritivore feeding responses. PLoS ONE, in press.

A’Bear AD, Jones TH, Kandeler E, Boddy L (2014) Interactive effects of temperature and soil moisture on fungal-mediated wood decomposition and extracellular enzyme activity. Soil Biology & Biochemistry, 70, 151-158.

A’Bear AD, Boddy L, Jones TH (2013) Bottom-up determination of soil collembola diversity and population dynamics in response to interactive climatic factors. Oecologia, 173, 1083-1087.

A’Bear AD, Crowther TW, Ashfield R, Chadwick DDA, Dempsey J, Meletiou L, Rees C, Jones TH, Boddy L (2013) Localised invertebrate grazing moderates the effect of warming on competitive fungal interactions. Fungal Ecology, 6, 137-140.

A’Bear AD, Johnson SN, Jones TH (2013) Putting the ‘upstairs–downstairs’ into ecosystem service: what can aboveground–belowground ecology tell us? Biological Control, http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.biocontrol.2013.10.004.

A’Bear AD, Jones TH, Boddy L (2013) Potential impacts of climate change on interactions among saprotrophic cord-forming fungal mycelia and grazing soil invertebrates. Fungal Ecology, http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.funeco.2013.01.009.

A’Bear AD, Murray W, Webb R, Boddy L, Jones TH (2013) Contrasting effects of elevated temperature and invertebrate grazing regulate multispecies interactions between decomposer fungi. PLoS ONE, 8, e77610.

Crowther TW, Stanton D, Thomas SM, A’Bear AD, Hiscox J, Jones TH, Voříšková J, Baldrian P, Boddy L (2013) Top-down control of fungal community composition in soil. Ecology, 94, 2518-2528.

A’Bear AD, Boddy L, Jones TH (2012) Impacts of elevated temperature on the growth and functioning of decomposer fungi are influenced by grazing collembola. Global Change Biology, 18, 1823-1832.

Crowther TW, A’Bear AD (2012) Impacts of grazing soil fauna on decomposer fungi are species-specific and density-dependent. Fungal Ecology, 5, 277-281.

A'Bear AD, Boddy L, Raspotnig G, Jones TH (2010) Non-trophic effects of oribatid mites on cord-forming basidiomycetes in soil microcosms. Ecological Entomology, 35, 477-484.