The road goes on forever and the writing never ends
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2017 and in review
Legume dominance across successional and rainfall gradients in the Neotropics Gei, M., et al., Science, In Review.
Ecological consequences of invasive plant species introduction to a deep tropical mountain lake Rejmankova, E., B.W. Sullivan, J. Aldana, J Snyder, J. Castle, F. Morales. Freshwater Biology, In Review.
Building flux capacity: Citizen scientists increase resolution of soil greenhouse gas fluxes Reed, C.C., J. Winters, S.C. Hart, R. Hutchinson, M. Chandler, G. Venicx, B.W. Sullivan. PLOS ONE, In Review
Tropical rainforest is biogeochemically resilient following disturbance Sullivan, B.W., R.L. Nifong, M.K. Nasto, S. Alvarez-Clare, F.Y. Ishida, J. Zaragoza-Castells, E.A. Davidson, C.C. Cleveland. Ecology Letters, In Review
Nutrient limitation of soil microbial activity during the earliest stages of ecosystem development Castle, S.C., B.W. Sullivan, J. Knelman, E. Hood, D.R. Nemergut, S.K. Schmidt, C.C. Cleveland. Oecologia, In Review
Dissolved organic carbon and nitrate concentrations as drivers of methane flux in stream ecosystems Wymore, A.S., B.W. Sullivan, J. Schade, W. McDowell. Biogeochemistry Letters, In Review