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Frozen Soil

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Hugh Henry collecting frozen soil

57. Zhou, Y., Berruti, F., Greenhalf, C., Tian, X. & H.A.L. Henry. 2017. Increased retention of soil nitrogen over winter by biochar application: implications of biochar pyrolysis temperature for plant nitrogen availability. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment, 236:61–68.


56. Kong, R.S. & H.A.L. Henry. 2016. Elevated CO2 alleviates decreased freezing tolerance under high nitrogen in the grass, Poa pratensis. Plant Ecology, 217:1515-1522.


55. Kong, R.S. & H.A.L. Henry. 2016. Prior exposure to freezing stress enhances the survival and growth of Poa pratensis under severe drought. American Journal of Botany, 103:1890-1896.


54. Vankoughnett, M.R., Way, D.A. & H.A.L. Henry. 2016. Late winter light exposure increases summer growth in the grass Poa pratensis: implications for snow removal experiments and winter melt events. Environmental and Experimental Botany, 131:32-38.


53. Churchill, R., Schummer, M., Petrie, S. & H.A.L. Henry. 2016. Long-term changes in distribution and abundance of submerged aquatic vegetation and Dreissenid mussels in Long Point Bay, Lake Erie. Journal of Great Lakes Research, 42:1060-1069.


52. Fraser, L.H., Pither, J, Jentsch, A., Sternberg, M., Zobel, M., Askarizadeh, D., Bartha, S., Beierkuhnlein, C., Bennett, J., Bittel, A., Boldgiv, B., Boldrini, I.I., Bork, E., Brown, L., Cabido, M., Cahill, J., Carlyle, C.N., Campetella, G., Chelli, S., Cohen, O., Csergo, A., Díaz, S., Enrico, L., Ensing, D., Fidelis, A., Foster, B., Garris, H., Goheen, J.R., Henry, H.A.L., Hohn, M., Jouri, M. H., Klironomos, J., Koorem, K,, Lkhagva, A., Lodge, R.L., Long, R., Manning, P., Mitchell, R., Moora, M., Müller, S.C., Nabinger, C., Naseri, K., Overbeck, G.E., Palmer, T.M., Parsons, S., Pesek, M., Pillar, V.D., Pringle, R.M., Roccaforte, K., Schmidt, A., Shang, Z., Stahlmann, R., Stotz, G., Sugiyama, S., Szentes, S., Thompson, D., Tungalag, R., Undrakhbold, S., van Rooyen, M., Wellstein, C., Wilson, J.B., & T. Zupo. 2016. Response to Comment on "Worldwide evidence of a unimodal relationship between productivity and plant species richness". Science, 351.


51. Malyshev, A.V., Arfin Khan, M.A.S., Beierkuhnlein, C., Steinbauer, M.J., Henry, H.A.L., Jentsch, A., Dengler, J, Willner, E. & J. Kreyling. 2016. Plant responses to climatic extremes: within-species variation equals among-species variation. Global Change Biology 22:449-464.


50. Fraser, L.H., Pither, J, Jentsch, A., Sternberg, M., Zobel, M., Askarizadeh, D., Bartha, S., Beierkuhnlein, C., Bennett, J., Bittel, A., Boldgiv, B., Boldrini, I.I., Bork, E., Brown, L., Cabido, M., Cahill, J., Carlyle, C.N., Campetella, G., Chelli, S., Cohen, O., Csergo, A., Díaz, S., Enrico, L., Ensing, D., Fidelis, A., Foster, B., Garris, H., Goheen, J.R., Henry, H.A.L., Hohn, M., Jouri, M. H., Klironomos, J., Koorem, K,, Lkhagva, A., Lodge, R.L., Long, R., Manning, P., Mitchell, R., Moora, M., Müller, S.C., Nabinger, C., Naseri, K., Overbeck, G.E., Palmer, T.M., Parsons, S., Pesek, M., Pillar, V.D., Pringle, R.M., Roccaforte, K., Schmidt, A., Shang, Z., Stahlmann, R., Stotz, G., Sugiyama, S., Szentes, S., Thompson, D., Tungalag, R., Undrakhbold, S., van Rooyen, M., Wellstein, C., Wilson, J.B., & T. Zupo. 2015. Worldwide evidence of the unimodal relationship between productivity and plant species richness. Science 349: 302-305.


49. Konopka, M., Henry H.A.L., Marti, R. & E. Topp. 2015. Multi-year and Short-Term Responses of Soil Ammonia-Oxidizing Prokaryotes to Zinc Bacitracin, Monensin and Ivermectin, Singly or in Combination. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry, 34: 618-625.

48. Henry, H.A.L. & E.R.D. Moise. 2015. Grass litter responses to warming and N addition: temporal variation in the contributions of litter quality and environmental effects to decomposition. Plant and Soil 389: 35-43.

47. Henry H.A.L., Hutchison, J., Kim, M. & B. McWhirter. 2015. Context matters for warming: interannual variation in grass biomass responses to seven years of warming and N addition. Ecosystems 18: 103-114.

46. McPhee, J., Borden, L., Bowles, J. & H.A.L. Henry. 2015. Tallgrass prairie restoration: implications of increased atmospheric nitrogen deposition when site preparation minimizes adventive grasses. Restoration Ecology 23: 34-42.

45. McWhirter, B. & H.A.L. Henry. 2015. Successional processes and global change: tree seedling establishment in response to warming and N addition in a temperate old field. Plant Ecology 216: 17-26.

44. Williams, C., Henry, H.A.L. & B. Sinclair. 2015. Cold truths: how winter drives responses of terrestrial organisms to climate change. Biological Reviews 90: 214-235.

43. Moise, E.R.D. & H.A.L. Henry. 2014. Interactive responses of grass litter decomposition to warming, nitrogen addition and detritivore access in a temperate old field. Oecologia 176: 1151-1160.

42. Schuerings, J., Jentsch, A., Hammerl, V., Lenz, K,, Henry, H.A.L., Malyshev, A. & J. Kreyling. 2014. Recurrent winter warming pulses enhance nitrogen cycling and soil biotic activity in temperate heathland and grassland mesocosms. Biogeosciences Discussions 11: 1-26.

41. Vankoughnett, M.R. & H.A.L. Henry. 2014. Soil freezing and N deposition: transient vs. multi-year effects on extractable C and N, potential trace gas losses and microbial biomass. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 77: 170-178.

40. Malyshev, A., Henry, H.A.L. & J. Kreyling. 2014. Relative effects of temperature vs. photoperiod on growth and cold acclimation of northern and southern ecotypes of the grass Arrhenatherum elatius. Environmental and Experimental Botany 106: 189-196.

39. Vankoughnett, M.R. & H.A.L. Henry. 2014. Soil freezing and N deposition: transient vs multi-year effects on plant productivity and relative species abundance. New Phytologist 202: 1277-1285.

38. Lapenis, A., Henry, H., Vuille, M. & J. Mower. 2014. Climatic factors controlling plant sensitivity to warming. Climatic Change 122: 723-734.

37. Henry, H.A.L. 2013. Reprint of Soil extracellular enzyme dynamics in a changing climate". Soil Biology and Biochemistry 56: 53-59.

36. Fraser, L.H, Henry, H.A.L., Cameron, C.N., White, S.R., Beierkuhnlein C., Cahill Jr., J.F., Casper, B.B., Cleland, E., Collins, S.L., Dukes, J.S., Knapp, A.K., Lind, E., Long, R., Luo, Y., Reich, P.B., Smith, M.D., Sternberg, M. & R. Turkington. 2013. Meta-Experiments: an emerging tool for testing global hypotheses in ecology and environmental science. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 11: 145-155.

35. Kim, M. & H.A.L. Henry. 2013. Net ecosystem CO2 exchange insensitive to warming and nitrogen addition in a temperate grass-dominated system. Plant and Soil 371: 409-421

34. Vankoughnett, M.R. & H.A.L. Henry. 2013. Combined effects of soil freezing and N Addition on losses and interception of N over winter and summer. Ecosystems 16: 694-703.

33. Malyshev, A.V. & H.A.L. Henry. 2012. Frost damage and winter nitrogen uptake by the grass Poa pratensis L.: consequences for vegetative versus reproductive growth. Plant Ecology 213: 1739-1747.

32. Malyshev, A.V. & H.A.L. Henry. 2012. N uptake and growth responses to sub-lethal freezing in the grass Poa pratensis L. Plant and Soil 360: 175-185.

31. Moise, E.R.D. & H.A.L. Henry. 2012. Interactions of herbivore exclusion with warming and N addition in a grass-dominated temperate old field. Oecologia 169: 1127-1136.

30. Henry, H. A. L. 2012. Soil extracellular enzyme dynamics in a changing climate. Soil Biology & Biochemistry 47: 53-59.

29. Newman, J.A., Anand, A, Henry, H.A.L., Hunt, S. & Z. Gedalof. 2011. Climate Change Biology. CABI, Oxfordshire, UK.

28. Bell, T.B. & H.A.L. Henry. 2011. Do rain events drive temporal variability in soil extracellular enzyme activity by promoting enzyme leaching? Pedobiologia 54: 141-146.

27. Kreyling, J. & H.A.L. Henry. 2011. Vanishing winters - trends in soil frost dynamics and snow cover in Germany and their ecological implications. Climatic Research 46: 269-276.

26. Mensink P. & H.A.L. Henry. 2011. Rain events influence short term feeding preferences in the snail Cepaea nemoralis. Journal of Molluscan Studies 77: 241-247.

25. Gutknecht, J.L.M., Henry, H.A.L. & T.C. Balser. 2010. Inter-annual variation in soil extra-cellular enzyme activity in response to simulated global change and fire disturbance. Pedobiologia 53: 283-293.

24. Hutchison, J.S. & H.A.L. Henry. 2010. Additive effects of warming and increased nitrogen deposition in a temperate old field: plant productivity and the importance of winter. Ecosystems 13: 661-672.

23. Bell, T.B., J.N. Klironomos & H.A.L. Henry. 2010. Seasonal effects of warming and nitrogen addition on soil extracellular enzyme activity and microbial biomass in a temperate old field. Soil Science Society of America Journal 74: 820-828.

22. Moise, E.R.D. & H.A.L. Henry. 2010. Like moths to a street lamp: exaggerated animal densities in plot-level global change field experiments. Oikos 119: 791-795.

21. Turner, M.M. & H.A.L. Henry. 2010. Interactive effects of warming and nitrogen deposition on net nitrogen mineralization and leaching losses in a temperate old field: the importance of winter. Oecologia 162: 227-236.

20. Turner, M.M. & H.A.L. Henry. 2009. Interactive effects of warming and increased nitrogen deposition on 15N tracer retention in a temperate old field: seasonal trends. Global Change Biology 15: 2885-2893.

19. Elliott, A.C. & H.A.L. Henry. 2009. Freeze-thaw cycles amplitude and freezing rate effects on extractable nitrogen in a temperate old field soil. Biology and Fertility of Soils 45: 469-476.

18. Joseph, G. & H.A.L. Henry. 2009. Retention of surface nitrate additions in a temperate old field: implications for atmospheric nitrogen deposition over winter and plant nitrogen availability. Plant and Soil 319: 209-218.

17. H.A.L. Henry & R.L. Jefferies. 2009. Opportunistic herbivores, migratory connectivity, and catastrophic shifts in Arctic coastal systems. In Human Modification of North American Salt Marshes (eds B.R. Silliman, M.D. Bertness & T. Grosholtz), University of California Press.

16. Joseph, G. & H.A.L. Henry. 2008. Soil nitrogen leaching losses in response to freeze-thaw cycles and pulsed warming in a temperate old field. Soil Biology & Biochemistry 40: 1947-1953.

15. Henry, H.A.L., K. Brizgys & C.B. Field. 2008. Litter decomposition in a california annual grassland: interactions between photodegradation and litter layer thickness. Ecosystems 11: 545-554.

14. Henry, H.A.L. 2008. Climate change and soil freezing dynamics: historical trends and projected changes. Climatic Change 87: 421-434.

13. Henry, H.A.L. 2007. Soil freeze-thaw cycle experiments: trends, methodological weaknesses and suggested improvements. Soil Biology & Biochemistry 39: 977-986.

12. Henry, H.A.L., N.R. Chiariello, P.M. Vitousek, H.A. Mooney & C.B. Field. 2006. Interactive effects of fire, elevated CO2 and N deposition on a California annual grassland. Ecosystems 9: 1066-1075.

11. Henry, H.A.L, J.D. Juarez, C.B. Field & P.M. Vitousek. 2005. Interactive effects of elevated CO2, N deposition and climate change on extracellular enzyme activity and soil density fractionation in a California annual grassland. Global Change Biology 11: 1808-1815.

10. Henry, H.A.L., E.E. Cleland, C.B. Field & P.M. Vitousek. 2005. Interactive effects of elevated CO2, N deposition and climate change on plant litter quality in a California annual grassland. Oecologia 142: 465-473.

9. Jefferies, R.L., H.A.L. Henry & K.F. Abraham. 2004. Agricultural nutrient subsidies to migratory geese and ecological change to Arctic coastal habitats. In Food Webs at the Landscape Level (eds G.A. Polis, M.E. Power & G.R. Huxel), University of Chicago Press.

8. Henry, H.A.L. & R.L. Jefferies. 2003. Plant amino acid uptake, soluble N turnover and microbial N capture in soils of a grazed Arctic salt marsh. Journal of Ecology 91: 627-636.

7. Walker, N.A., H.A.L. Henry, D.J. Wilson & R.L. Jefferies. 2003. The dynamics of nitrogen movement in an Arctic salt marsh in response to goose herbivory: a parameterized model with alternate stable states. Journal of Ecology 91: 637-650.

6. Henry, H.A.L. & R.L. Jefferies. 2003. Interactions in the uptake of amino acids, ammonium and nitrate ions in the Arctic salt-marsh grass, Puccinellia phryganodes. Plant, Cell & Environment 26: 419- 428.

5. Henry, H.A.L. & S.C. Thomas. 2002. Interactive effects of lateral shade and wind on stem allometry, biomass allocation and mechanical stability in Abutilon theophrasti (MALVACEAE). American Journal of Botany 89: 1609-1615.

4. Henry, H.A.L. & R.L. Jefferies. 2002. Free amino acid, ammonium and nitrate concentrations in soil solutions of a grazed coastal marsh in relation to plant growth. Plant, Cell & Environment 25: 665-675.

3. Henry, H.A.L. & L.W. Aarssen. 2002. Inter- and intraspecific relationships between shade tolerance and shade avoidance in temperate trees. Oikos 93: 477-487.

2. Henry, H.A.L. & L.W. Aarssen. 1999. The interpretation of stem diameter-height allometry in trees: biomechanical constraints, neighbour effects, or biased regressions? Ecology Letters 2: 89-97.

1. Henry, H.A.L. & L.W. Aarssen. 1997. On the relationship between shade tolerance and shade avoidance in woodland plants. Oikos 80: 575-582.