Steven Mamet
Steven Mamet
Director of Science, Environmental Material Science
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Reviews and syntheses: Changing ecosystem influences on soil thermal regimes in northern high-latitude permafrost regions
MM Loranty, BW Abbott, D Blok, TA Douglas, HE Epstein, BC Forbes, ...
Biogeosciences 15 (17), 5287-5313, 2018
The changing water cycle: the Boreal Plains ecozone of Western Canada
AM Ireson, AG Barr, JF Johnstone, SD Mamet, G van der Kamp, ...
WIREs Water, 2015
Is subarctic forest advance able to keep pace with climate change?
WG Rees, A Hofgaard, S Boudreau, DM Cairns, K Harper, S Mamet, ...
Global Change Biology 26 (7), 3965-3977, 2020
Shifting global Larix distributions: northern expansion and southern retraction as species respond to changing climate
SD Mamet, CD Brown, AJ Trant, CP Laroque
Journal of Biogeography, 2018
Subarctic and alpine tree line dynamics during the last 400 years in north‐western and central Canada
SD Mamet, GP Kershaw
Journal of Biogeography 39 (5), 855–868, 2012
Structural equation modeling of a winnowed soil microbiome identifies how invasive plants re-structure microbial networks
SD Mamet, E Redlick, M Brabant, EG Lamb, BL Helgason, K Stanley, ...
The ISME Journal, 2019
Global hotspots for soil nature conservation
CA Guerra, M Berdugo, DJ Eldridge, N Eisenhauer, BK Singh, H Cui, ...
Nature 610 (7933), 693-698, 2022
Archaea and bacteria mediate the effects of native species root loss on fungi during plant invasion
SD Mamet, EG Lamb, CL Piper, T Winsley, SD Siciliano
The ISME Journal, 2017
Shallow soils are warmer under trees and tall shrubs across Arctic and Boreal ecosystems
H Kropp, MM Loranty, SM Natali, AL Kholodov, AV Rocha, I Myers-Smith, ...
Environmental research letters 16 (1), 015001, 2020
Recent increases in permafrost thaw rates and areal loss of palsas in the western Northwest Territories, Canada
SD Mamet, KP Chun, GGL Kershaw, MM Loranty, GP Kershaw
Permafrost and Periglacial Processes, 2017
Core and Differentially Abundant Bacterial Taxa in the Rhizosphere of Field Grown Brassica napus Genotypes: Implications for Canola Breeding
ZM Taye1, BL Helgason, JK Bell, CE Norris, S Vail, SJ Robinson, ...
Frontiers in Microbiology - Terrestrial Microbiology 10 (Article 3007 …, 2020
Biotic and abiotic drivers of tree seedling recruitment across an alpine treeline ecotone
ER Frei, E Bianchi, G Bernareggi, P Bebi, MA Dawes, CD Brown, AJ Trant, ...
Scientific Reports 8 (1), 10894, 2018
Reproduction as a bottleneck to treeline advance across the circumarctic forest tundra ecotone
CD Brown, GD Tremblay, RG Jameson, SD Mamet, AJ Trant, XJ Walker, ...
Ecography, 2018
Tree rings provide early warning signals of jack pine mortality across a moisture gradient in the southern boreal forest
SD Mamet, KP Chun, JM Metsaranta, AG Barr, JF Johnstone
Environmental Research Letters, 2015
Multi-scale analysis of environmental conditions and conifer seedling distribution across the treeline ecotone of northern Manitoba, Canada
SD Mamet, GP Kershaw
Ecosystems 16 (2), 295-309, 2013
Age-dependency, climate, and environmental controls of recent tree growth trends at subarctic and alpine treelines
SD Mamet, GP Kershaw
Dendrochronologia 31 (2), 75–87, 2013
Tree cover response to climate change in the forest-tundra of north-central Canada: fire-driven decline, not northward advance
KP Timoney, SD Mamet, R Cheng, P Lee, AL Robinson, D Downing, ...
Ecoscience 26 (2), 133-148, 2019
Radial-growth response of forest-tundra trees to climate in the western Hudson Bay Lowlands
SD Mamet, GP Kershaw
Arctic 64 (4), 446–458, 2011
The global distribution and environmental drivers of the soil antibiotic resistome
M Delgado-Baquerizo, HW Hu, FT Maestre, CA Guerra, N Eisenhauer, ...
Microbiome 10 (1), 1-14, 2022
The global contribution of soil mosses to ecosystem services
DJ Eldridge, E Guirado, PB Reich, R Ochoa-Hueso, M Berdugo, ...
Nature Geoscience, 1-9, 2023
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