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Grant Thompson

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Referred Publications

Zheng, T., Xie H., Thompson, G.L., Bao, X., Deng, F., Yan, E., Zhou, X., Liang, C. (in press). Shifts in microbial metabolic pathway for soil carbon accumulation along subtropical forest succession. Soil Biology and Biochemistry.

Thompson, G.L., McCombs, A., Jansen, M.D. (2021). Relationships between consultant discipline and specified tree diversity: A case study of two Iowa (USA) communities. Urban Forestry & Urban Greening. 62:127183.

Gannett, M., Bray, N., Lampman, J., Lerner, J., Murray, K., Wallace, V., Yeh, T., Slavens, M., Thompson G.L., and Kao-Kniffin, J. (2021). Repetitive overseeding for ecological management of grass playing fields. HortScience, 56(2), 226-233.

Bray N., Thompson G.L., Fahey T., Kao-Kniffin J., Wickings, K. (2020). Soil macroinvertebrates alter the fate of root and rhizosphere carbon and nitrogen in a turfgrass lawn. Soil Biology and Biochemistry. 148(107903).

Thompson G.L., Kao-Kniffin J. (2019). Urban grassland management implications for soil C and N dynamics: A microbial perspective. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution. 7(315)

Kaminsky, L.M., Thompson, G.L., Trexler, R.V., Bell, T.H., Kao-Kniffin, J.T. (2018). Medicago sativa has reduced biomass and nodulation when grown with soil microbiomes conditioned to high phosphorous inputs. Phytobiomes. 2:237-248.

Thompson, G.L., Bell, T.H., Kao-Kniffin, J.T. (2018). Rethinking invasion impacts across multiple field sites using pale swallowwort (Vincetoxicum rossicum) as a model invader. Invasive Plant Science and Management. 11(3).109-116.

 Thompson, G.L. and Kao-Kniffin, J.T. (2016). Applying ecological theory to the design of urban grasslands. Crop Science. Vol. 57, May-June 2017.

Thompson, G.L. and Kao-Kniffin, J.T. (2016). Diversity enhances NPP, N retention, and soil microbial diversity in experimental urban grassland assemblages. PLoS One 11: e0155986.

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