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|Dr Benjamin Jackson|
Freschet G.T., Cornwell W.K., Wardle D.A., Elumeeva T.G., Liu W., Jackson B.G., Onipchenko V.G., Soudzilovskaia N.A., Tao J., Cornelissen J.H.C. (2013) Linking litter decomposition of above and belowground organs to plant-soil feedbacks worldwide. Journal of Ecology, in press.
Jackson, B.G., Nilsson, M.C., Wardle, D.A. The effects of the moss layer on the decomposition of intercepted vascular plant litter across a post-fire boreal forest chronosequence. Plant and Soil (In press doi:10.1007/s11104-012-1549-0)
Jackson, B.G., Peltzer, D.A., Wardle, D.A. Are functional traits and litter decomposability coordinated across leaf, twig and wood tissues? A test using temperate rainforest tree species. Oikos (In press doi:10.1111/j.1600-0706.2012.00056.x)
Jackson, B.G., Martin, P., Nilsson, M.C., Wardle, D.A. (2011) Response of feather moss associated N2 fixation and litter decomposition to variations in simulated rainfall intensity and frequency. Oikos 120(4): 570-581.
Staudt, M., Jackson, B.G., Hanane, E., Buatois, B. Lacroze, J.P., Poessel, J.L., Sauge, M.H. (2010) Volatile organic compound emissions induced by the aphid Myzus persicae differ among resistant and susceptible peach cultivars and a wild relative. Tree Physiology 30(10): 1320-1334.
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