Publications

King, J.Y., L.A. Brandt, L.A., and E.C. Adair. 2012. Shedding light on plant litter decomposition: advances, implications and new directions in understanding the role of photodegradation. Biogeochemistry doi:10.1007/s10533-012-9737-9.

Fissore, C., S.E. Hobbie, J.Y. King, J.P. McFadden, K.C. Nelson, and L.A. Baker. 2012. The residential landscape: fluxes of elements and the role of household decisions. Urban Ecosystems 15: 1-18, doi:10.1007/s11252-011-0189-0

Van Vleck, H.E. and J.Y. King. 2011. Root-derived contributions to soil respiration as influenced by agricultural management systems. Soil Science Society of America Journal 75: 1839-1850, doi:10.2136/sssaj2010.0428

Dalzell, B.J., J.Y. King, D.J. Mulla, J.C. Finlay, and G.R. Sands. 2011. Influence of subsurface drainage on quantity and quality of dissolved organic matter export from agricultural landscapes. Journal of Geophysical Research - Biogeosciences 116: G02023, doi:10.1029/2010JG001540

Fissore, C., L.A. Baker, S.E. Hobbie, J.Y. King, J.P. McFadden, K.C. Nelson, and I. Jakobsdottir. 2011. Carbon, nitrogen, and phosphorus fluxes in household ecosystems in the Minneapolis-Saint Paul, Minnesota, urban region. Ecological Applications 21: 619-639, doi:10.1890/10-0386.1

Brandt, L.A., J.Y. King, S.E. Hobbie, D.G. Milchunas, and R.L. Sinsabaugh. 2010. The role of photodegradation in surface litter decomposition across a grassland ecosystem precipitation gradient. Ecosystems 13: 765-781, doi: 10.1007/s10021-010-9353-2.

Brandt, L.A., C. Bohnet, and J.Y. King. 2009. Photochemically induced carbon dioxide production as a mechanism for carbon loss from plant litter in arid ecosystems. Journal of Geophysical Research - Biogeosciences 114: G02004, doi:10.1029/2008JG000772.

Weishampel, P., R. Kolka, and J.Y. King. 2009. Carbon pools and productivity in a 1-km2 heterogeneous forest and peatland mosaic in Minnesota, USA. Forest Ecology and Management 257:747-754.

Riveros-Iregui, D.A. and J.Y. King. 2008. Isotopic evidence of methane oxidation across the surface water - ground water interface. Wetlands 28: 928-937.

Dijkstra, F.A., E. Pendall, A.R. Mosier, J.Y. King, D.G. Milchunas, and J.A. Morgan. 2008. Long-term enhancement of N availability and plant growth under elevated CO2 in a semi-arid grassland. Functional Ecology 22: 975-982.

Kandeler, E., A. Mosier, J. Morgan, D. Milchunas, J. King, S. Rudolph, and D. Tscherko. 2008. Transient elevation of carbon dioxide modifies the microbial community composition in a semi-arid grassland. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 40:162-171, doi: 10.1016/j.soilbio.2007.07.018.

Brandt, L.A., J.Y. King, and D.G. Milchunas. 2007. Effects of ultraviolet radiation on litter decomposition depend on precipitation and litter chemistry in a shortgrass steppe ecosystem. Global Change Biology 13: 2193-2205, doi: 10.1111/j.1365-2486.2007.01428.x.

Spokas, K., J. King, D. Wang, S. Papiernik. 2007. Effects of soil fumigants on methanotrophic activity. Atmospheric Environment 41: 8150-8162, doi: 10.1016/j.atmosenv.2007.06.028.

Pendall, E. and J.Y. King. 2007. Soil organic matter dynamics in grassland soils under elevated CO2: Insights from long-term incubations and stable isotopes. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 39: 26282639, doi: 10.1016/j.soilbio.2007.05.016.

Baker, L.A., P.M. Hartzheim, S.E. Hobbie, J.Y. King, and K.C. Nelson. 2007. Effect of consumption choices on fluxes of carbon, nitrogen and phosphorus through households. Urban Ecosystems 10: 97-117, doi: 10.1007/s11252-006-0014-3.

Parton, W.J., W.L. Silver, I. Burke, L. Grassens, M.E. Harmon, W. Currie, J.Y. King, E.C. Adair, L.A. Brandt, S.C. Hart, and B. Fasth. 2007. Global-scale similarities in nitrogen release patterns during long-term decomposition. Science 315: 361-364.

Kandeler, E., A. Mosier, J. Morgan, D. Milchunas, J. King, S. Rudolph, and D. Tscherko. 2006. Response of soil microbial biomass and enzyme activities to the transient elevation of carbon dioxide in a semi-arid grassland. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 38: 2448-2460.

Zhang, Z.J., J. Zhu, J.Y. King, and W.H. Li. 2006. A Two Step Fed SBR for Treating Swine Manure. Process Biochemistry 41(4): 892-900.

Griffis, T.J., X. Lee, J. Baker, S. Sargent, and J. King. 2005. Feasibility of quantifying ecosystem-atmosphere C18O16O exchange using laser spectroscopy and the flux-gradient method. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 135: 44-60.

Milchunas, D.G., A.R. Mosier, J.A. Morgan, D.R. LeCain, J.Y. King, and J.A. Nelson. 2005. Root production and tissue quality in a shortgrass steppe exposed to elevated CO2, using a new ingrowth method. Plant and Soil 268: 111-122.

Pendall, E., J.Y. King, A.R. Mosier, J. Morgan, and D. Milchunas. 2005. Stable isotope constraints on net ecosystem production under elevated CO2. In L. Flanagan, J. Ehleringer, D. Pataki, and H. Mooney, (eds.) Stable Isotopes and Biosphere-Atmosphere Interactions: Processes and Biological Controls. Elsevier.

King, J.Y., A.R. Mosier, J.A. Morgan, D.R. LeCain, D.G. Milchunas, and W.J. Parton. 2004. Changes in aboveground plant nitrogen in shortgrass steppe following growth under elevated atmospheric CO2. Ecosystems 7: 147-160. DOI:10.1007/s10021-003-0201-5.

Milchunas, D.G., J.Y. King, A.R. Mosier, J.C. Moore, J.A. Morgan, M.H. Quirk, and J.R. Slusser. 2004. UV radiation effects on plant growth and forage quality in a shortgrass steppe ecosystem. Photochemistry and Photobiology 79(5): 404-410.

Mosier, A., R. Wassmann, L. Verchot, J. King, and C. Palm. 2004. Methane and nitrogen oxide fluxes in tropical agricultural soils: Sources, sinks and mechanisms. Environment, Development and Sustainability 6: 11-49.

King, J.Y., D.G. Milchunas, A.R. Mosier, J.C. Moore, M.H. Quirk, J.A. Morgan, and J.R. Slusser. 2003. Initial impacts of altered UVB radiation on plant growth and decomposition in shortgrass steppe. Proceedings of SPIE Vol. 5156 Ultraviolet Ground- and Space-based Measurements, Models, and Effects III (Ed. J.R. Slusser, J.R. Herman, W. Gao) SPIE, Bellingham, WA, 384-395.

Pendall, E.; Del Grosso, S.; King, J. Y.; LeCain, D. R.; Milchunas, D. G.; Morgan, J. A.; Mosier, A. R.; Ojima, D. S.; Parton, W. A.; Tans, P. P.; White, J. W. C. 2003. Elevated atmospheric CO2 effects and soil water feedbacks on soil respiration components in a Colorado grassland. Global Biogeochemical Cycles Vol. 17 No. 2, doi: 10.1029/2001GB001821.

King, J. Y. and W. S. Reeburgh. 2002. A pulse-labeling experiment to determine the contribution of recent plant photosynthates to net methane emission in arctic wet sedge tundra. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 34(2):173-180.

King, J. Y., W. S. Reeburgh, K. K. Thieler, G. W. Kling, W. M. Loya, L. C. Johnson, and K. J. Nadelhoffer. 2002. Pulse-labeling studies of carbon cycling in Arctic tundra ecosystems: The contribution of photosynthates to methane emission. Global Biogeochemical Cycles 16(4): 1062, doi: 10.1029/2001GB001456.

Loya, W., L. Johnson, G. Kling,J. King, W. Reeburgh, and K. Nadelhoffer. 2002. Pulse-labeling studies of carbon cycling in arctic tundra ecosystems: The contribution of photosynthates to soil organic matter. Global Biogeochemical Cycles 16 (4), 1101, doi: 10.1029/2001GB001464.

Mosier, A.R., J.A. Morgan, J.Y. King, D.R. LeCain, and D.G. Milchunas. 2002. Soil-atmosphere exchange of CH4, CO2, NOx, and N2O in the Colorado shortgrass steppe under elevated CO2. Plant and Soil 240: 201-211.

King, J. Y., W. S. Reeburgh, and S. K. Regli. 1998. Methane emission and transport by arctic sedges in Alaska: Results of a vegetation removal experiment. Journal of Geophysical Research-Atmospheres 103: 29,083- 29,092.

Reeburgh, W. S., J. Y. King, S. K. Regli, G. W. Kling, N. A. Auerbach, and D. A. Walker. 1998. A CH4 emission estimate for the Kuparuk River basin, Alaska. Journal of Geophysical Research-Atmospheres 103: 29,005-29,013.

Walker, D. A., N. A. Auerbach, J. G. Bockheim, F. S. Chapin III, W. Eugster, J. Y. King, J. P. McFadden, G. J. Michaelson, F. E. Nelson, W. C. Oechel, C. L. Ping, W. S. Reeburgh, S. Regli, N. I. Shiklomanov, and G. L. Vourlitis. 1998. Energy and trace-gas fluxes across a soil pH boundary in the Arctic. Nature 394: 469-472.