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    Cyrill Zosso
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    My name is Cyrill Zosso, currently doing my PhD with Michael Schmidt at Zurich University.

    Add any of your literature related to DeepSoil 2100 experiments here, so we have an efficient literature exchange!

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    Hi everybody,
    to test this forum I will kick it off by entering the first two manuscripts on the Blodgett Warming Experiment stemming from the PhD projects of Cyrill Zosso and Nicholas Ofiti in our group in Zurich. Both will present their results during the Swiss Geoscience Meeting 7. November and at AGU a few weeks later, both events with video conferencing.

    Zosso, C.U., Ofiti, N.O.E., Soong, J.L., Solly, E.F., Torn, M.S., Huguet, A., Wiesenberg, G.L.B. and Schmidt, M.W.I. (submitted Sep 2020) Whole soil warming decreases abundance and modifies community structure of microorganisms in subsoil but not in surface soil. Soil Biology & Biochemistry.

    Ofiti, N.O.E., Zosso, C.Y., Soong, J.L., Solly, E.F., Torn, M.S., Wiesenberg, G.L.W. and Schmidt, M.W.I. (submitted September 2020) Warming promotes loss of subsoil carbon through accelerated degradation of plant-derived organic matter. Soil Biolgy and Biochemistry.

    #4699
    Cyrill Zosso
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    Dear all,
    Find below some of the published literature mentioned on the slides during the lightning talk session on November 19, 2020.
    Cavaleri, M.A., Reed, S.C., Smith, W.K., Wood, T.E., 2015. Urgent need for warming experiments in tropical forests. Global Change Biology 21, 2111–2121. doi:10.1111/gcb.12860

    Ferrenberg, S., Reed, S.C., Belnap, J., Schlesinger, W.H., 2015. Climate change and physical disturbance cause similar community shifts in biological soil crusts. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 112, 12116–12121. doi:10.1073/pnas.1509150112

    Hanson, P.J., Griffiths, N.A., Iversen, C.M., Norby, R.J., Sebestyen, S.D., Phillips, J.R., Chanton, J.P., Kolka, R.K., Malhotra, A., Oleheiser, K.C., Warren, J.M., Shi, X., Yang, X., Mao, J., Ricciuto, D.M., 2020. Rapid Net Carbon Loss From a Whole‐Ecosystem Warmed Peatland. AGU Advances 1. doi:10.1029/2020av000163
    Hicks Pries, C.E., Castanha, C., Porras, R.C., Torn, M.S., 2017. The whole-soil carbon flux in response to warming. Science 355, 1420–1423. doi:10.1126/science.aal1319

    Hopple, A.M., Wilson, R.M., Kolton, M., Zalman, C.A., Chanton, J.P., Kostka, J., Hanson, P.J., Keller, J.K., Bridgham, S.D., 2020. Massive peatland carbon banks vulnerable to rising temperatures. Nature Communications 11, 4–10. doi:10.1038/s41467-020-16311-8

    Hou, Y., Chen, Y., Chen, X., He, K., Zhu, B., 2019. Changes in soil organic matter stability with depth in two alpine ecosystems on the Tibetan Plateau. Geoderma 351, 153–162. doi:10.1016/j.geoderma.2019.05.034

    Malhotra, A., Brice, D.J., Childs, J., Graham, J.D., Hobbie, E.A., Vander Stel, H., Feron, S.C., Hanson, P.J., Iversen, C.M., 2020. Peatland warming strongly increases fine-root growth. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 117, 17627–17634. doi:10.1073/pnas.2003361117

    Melillo, J.M., Frey, S.D., DeAngelis, K.M., Werner, W.J., Bernard, M.J., Bowles, F.P., Pold, G., Knorr, M.A., Grandy, A.S., 2017. Long-term pattern and magnitude of soil carbon feedback to the climate system in a warming world. Science 358, 101–105. doi:10.1126/science.aan2874

    Nottingham, A.T., Meir, P., Velasquez, E., Turner, B.L., 2020. Soil carbon loss by experimental warming in a tropical forest. Nature 584, 234–237. doi:10.1038/s41586-020-2566-4

    Noyce, G.L., Kirwan, M.L., Rich, R.L., Megonigal, J.P., 2019. Asynchronous nitrogen supply and demand produce nonlinear plant allocation responses to warming and elevated CO2. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 116, 21623–21628. doi:10.1073/pnas.1904990116

    Radujković, D., Verbruggen, E., Sigurdsson, B.D., Leblans, N.I.W., Janssens, I.A., Vicca, S., Weedon, J.T., 2018. Prolonged exposure does not increase soil microbial community compositional response to warming along geothermal gradients. FEMS Microbiology Ecology 94, 1–10. doi:10.1093/femsec/fix174

    Sigurdsson, B.D., Leblans, N.I.W., Dauwe, S., Gudmundsdóttir, E., Gundersen, P., Gunnarsdóttir, G.E., Holmstrup, M., Ilieva-Makulec, K., Kätterer, T., Marteinsdóttir, B., Maljanen, M., Oddsdóttir, E.S., Ostonen, I., Peñuelas, J., Poeplau, C., Richter, A., Sigurdsson, P., Van Bodegom, P., Wallander, H., Weedon, J., Janssens, I., 2016. Geothermal ecosystems as natural climate change experiments: The ForHot research site in Iceland as a case study. Icelandic Agricultural Sciences 29, 53–71. doi:10.16886/IAS.2016.05

    Walker, T.W.N., Janssens, I.A., Weedon, J.T., Sigurdsson, B.D., Richter, A., Peñuelas, J., Leblans, N.I.W., Bahn, M., Bartrons, M., De Jonge, C., Fuchslueger, L., Gargallo-Garriga, A., Gunnarsdóttir, G.E., Marañón-Jiménez, S., Oddsdóttir, E.S., Ostonen, I., Poeplau, C., Prommer, J., Radujković, D., Sardans, J., Sigurðsson, P., Soong, J.L., Vicca, S., Wallander, H., Ilieva-Makulec, K., Verbruggen, E., 2020. A systemic overreaction to years versus decades of warming in a subarctic grassland ecosystem. Nature Ecology and Evolution 4, 101–108. doi:10.1038/s41559-019-1055-3

    Walker, T.W.N., Kaiser, C., Strasser, F., Herbold, C.W., Leblans, N.I.W., Woebken, D., Janssens, I.A., Sigurdsson, B.D., Richter, A., 2018. Microbial temperature sensitivity and biomass change explain soil carbon loss with warming. Nature Climate Change 8, 885–889. doi:10.1038/s41558-018-0259-x
    Wood, T.E., Cavaleri, M.A., Reed, S.C., 2012. Tropical forest carbon balance in a warmer world: A critical review spanning microbial- to ecosystem-scale processes. Biological Reviews 87, 912–927. doi:10.1111/j.1469-185X.2012.00232.x

    Xu, T., Chen, X., Hou, Y., Zhu, B., 2020. Changes in microbial biomass, community composition and diversity, and functioning with soil depth in two alpine ecosystems on the Tibetan plateau. Plant and Soil. doi:10.1007/s11104-020-04712-z

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