Seeta Sistla
Seeta Sistla
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Quantifying global soil carbon losses in response to warming
T Crowther, et al.
Nature 540 (doi:10.1038/nature20150), 104–108, 2016
4182016
Long-term warming restructures Arctic tundra without changing net soil carbon storage
SA Sistla, JC Moore, RT Simpson, L Gough, GR Shaver, JP Schimel
Nature 497 (7451), 615, 2013
2652013
Stoichiometric flexibility as a regulator of carbon and nutrient cycling in terrestrial ecosystems under change
SA Sistla, JP Schimel
New Phytologist 196 (1), 68-78, 2012
1822012
Eco-label conveys reliable information on fish stock health to seafood consumers
NL Gutiérrez, SR Valencia, TA Branch, DJ Agnew, JK Baum, PL Bianchi, ...
PloS one 7 (8), e43765, 2012
1482012
How the turtle forms its shell: a paracrine hypothesis of carapace formation.
J Cebra-Thomas, F Tan, S Sistla, E Estes, G Bender, C Kim, P Riccio, ...
Journal of Experimental Zoology Part B Molecular and Developmental Evolution …, 2005
992005
Detecting microbial N-limitation in tussock tundra soil: implications for Arctic soil organic carbon cycling
SA Sistla, S Asao, JP Schimel
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 55, 78-84, 2012
902012
Competition–defense tradeoffs and the maintenance of plant diversity
DV Viola, EA Mordecai, AG Jaramillo, SA Sistla, LK Albertson, JS Gosnell, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 107 (40), 17217-17222, 2010
622010
Seasonal patterns of microbial extracellular enzyme activities in an arctic tundra soil: Identifying direct and indirect effects of long-term summer warming
SA Sistla, JP Schimel
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 66, 119-129, 2013
572013
Responses of a tundra system to warming using SCAMPS: a stoichiometrically coupled, acclimating microbe-plant-soil model
SA Sistla, EB Rastetter, JP Schimel
Ecological Monographs 84 (1), 151-170, 2014
452014
Stoichiometric flexibility in response to fertilization along gradients of environmental and organismal nutrient richness
SA Sistla, AP Appling, AM Lewandowska, BN Taylor, AA Wolf
Oikos 124 (7), 949-959, 2015
412015
Hierarchical responses of plant stoichiometry to nitrogen deposition and mowing in a temperate steppe
X Han, SA Sistla, YH Zhang, XT Lü, XG Han
Plant and Soil, 2014
372014
Scaling up the diversity-resilience relationship with trait databases and remote sensing data: the recovery of productivity after wildfire
M Spasojevic, C Bahlai, B Bradley, B Butterfield, MN Tuanmu, S Sistla, ...
Global Change Biology, 2016
292016
Agroforestry Practices Promote Biodiversity and Natural Resource Diversity in Atlantic Nicaragua.
SA Sistla, AB Roddy, NE Williams, DB Kramer, K Stevens, SD Allison
PLoS ONE 11 (9), e016252, 2016
162016
Carbon and nitrogen contents in particle--size fractions of topsoil along a 3000 km aridity gradient in grasslands of northern China
XGH Xiao-Guang Wang, Seeta A. Sistla, Xiao-Bo Wang, Xiao-Tao Lü
Biogeosciences 13 (12), 3635, 2016
132016
Long-term mowing did not alter the impacts of nitrogen deposition on litter quality in a temperate steppe
H Shuang-Li, JX Yin, S Sistla, JJ Yang, Y Sun, YY Li, XT Lü
Ecological Engineering 102 (http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.ecoleng.2017), 404–410, 2017
52017
Tracking microhabitat temperature variation with iButton data loggers
S Fawcett, S Sistla, M Dacosta‐Calheiros, A Kahraman, AA Reznicek, ...
Applications in Plant Sciences 4 (e1237), 1 - 12, 2019
32019
Coastal livelihood transitions under globalization with implications for trans-ecosystem interactions
DB Kramer, K Stevens, NE Williams, S Sistla, GR Urquhart
PlOS ONE 12 (10), e0186683, 2017
32017
Legacy effects of nitrogen deposition on plant nutrient stoichiometry in a temperate grassland
YY Hu, S Sistla, HW Wei, ZW Zhang, SL Hou, JJ Yang, ZW Wang, ...
Plant and Soil, 1-11, 2019
22019
The Evolutionary ecology and genertics of stress resistance syndrome (SRS) traits: Revisiting Chapin, Autumn and Pugnaire (1993)
EJB von Wettberg, J Ray-Mukherjee, N D’Adesky, D Nesbeth, S Sistla
Plant Ecology and Evolution in Harsh Environments, 201-226, 2014
22014
What is a “normal” phenotype?
M Cho, M Cohen, S Sistla
Bioethics for developmental biologists, 0
2
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