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Detail of Yellow Fremont Cottonwood Leaves in Autumn Stream
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As part of a large interdisciplinary team, with funding from the National Science Foundation, we have studied how genetic and...
Portrait of Egbert Schwartz
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Schwartz’s research focuses on the interaction between microbial populations and their environment. He is particularly interested in the relationships between...
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Ecologists often equate litter quality with decomposition rate. In soil and sediments, litter that is rapidly decomposed by microbes often...
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Disruptions of natural flow impair rivers and streams worldwide. Those conducting restoration efforts have rarely explored how and when stream...
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Leaf litter provides an important nutrient subsidy to headwater streams, but little is known about how tree genetics influences energy...
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Aridisols are the dominant soil type in drylands, which occupy one-third of Earth's terrestrial surface. We examined controls on biogeographical...
leshyk illustration leaf litter in water

The mass emergence of metamorphosed aquatic insect larvae as airborne adults provides an important seasonal pulse of prey biomass to...
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Labile carbon (C) input to soil can accelerate or slow the decomposition of soil organic matter, a phenomenon called priming....
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Terrestrial leaf litter provides aquatic insects with an energy source and habitat structure, and species differences in litter can influence aquatic...
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