Publications

PEER-REVIEWED JOURNAL PUBLICATIONS

(* = undergraduate student, # = graduate student, ^ = postdoctoral associate or research associate, † = technician)

95) Fargione, J. E., S. Bassett, T. Boucher, S. Bridgham, R. T. Conant, S. C. Cook-Patton, P. W. Ellis, A. Falcucci, J. W. Fourqurean, T. Gopalakrishna, H. Gu, B. Henderson, M. D. Hurteau, K. D. Kroeger, T. Kroeger, T. J. Lark, S. M. Leavitt, G. Lomax, R. I. McDonald, J. P. Megonigal, D. A. Miteva, C. J. Richardson, J. Sanderman, D. Shoch, S. A. Spawn, J. W Veldman, C. A. Williams, P. B. Woodbury, C. Zganjar, M. Baranski, P. Elias, R. A. Houghton, E. Landis, E. McGlynn, W. H. Schlesinger, J. V. Siikamaki, A. E. Sutton-Grier, and B. W. Griscom. 2018. Natural climate solutions for the United States. Science Advances (in press).

94) Pfeifer-Meister^, L., L. G. Gayton*, B. A. Roy, B. R. Johnson, and S. D. Bridgham. 2018. Greenhouse gas emissions limited by low nitrogen and carbon availability in natural, restored, and agricultural Oregon seasonal wetlands. PeerJ 6:e5465, DOI 10.7717/peerj.5465

93) Zalman, C., J. K. Keller, M. Tfaily, M. Kolton^, L. Pfeifer-Meister^, R. M. Wilson^, X. Lin, J. Chanton, J. E. Kosta, A. Gill#, A. Finzi, A. M. Hopple#, B. J. M. Bohannan, and S. D. Bridgham. 2018. Small differences in ombrotrophy control regional-scale variation in methane cycling among Sphagnum-dominated peatlands. Biogeochemistry 139:155-177.

92) Reynolds#, L. L., K. Lajtha, R. D. Bowden, M. M. Tfaily, B. R. Johnson, and S. D. Bridgham. 2018. The path from litter to soil: Insights into soil C cycling from long-term input-manipulation and high-resolution mass spectrometry. Journal of Geophysical Research – Biogeosciences 123:1486-1497, DOI:org/10.1002/2017JG004076.

91) Zalman, C., N. Meade*, J. Chanton, J. E. Kostka, S. D. Bridgham, and J. K. Keller. 2018. Methylotrophic methanogenesis in Sphagnum­-dominated peatland soils. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 118:156-160, DOI:org/10.1016/j.soilbio.2017.11.025.

90) Crowther, T., M. Machmuller, J. Carey, S. D. Allison, J. Blair, S. Bridgham, A. Burton, F. Dijkstra, B. Elberling, M. Estiarte, K. Larsen, H. Laudon, M. Lupascu, S. Marhan, J. Mohan, S. Niu, J. J. Peñuelas, I. Schmidt, P. H. Templer, and M. A. Bradford. 2018. Crowther et al. reply, Nature 554:E7-E8. DOI:http://dx.doi.org/10.1038/nature25746.

89) Reynolds#, L. L., K. Lajtha, R. D. Bowden, B. R. Johnson, and S. D. Bridgham. 2017. The carbon quality-temperature hypothesis does not consistently predict temperature sensitivity of soil organic matter mineralization in soils from two manipulative ecosystem experiments Biogeochemistry 136:249-260.

88) Wilson^, R. M., M. M. Tfaily, V. I. Rich, J. K. Keller, S. D. Bridgham, C. Medvedeff^,  L. Meredith, P. J. Hanson, M. Hines, L. Pfeifer-Meister^, S. R. Saleska, P. Crill, W. T. Cooper, J. .P. Chanton, and J. E. Kostka.  2017. Hydrogenation of organic matter as a terminal electron sink sustains high CO2:CH4 production ratios during anaerobic decomposition. Organic Geochemistry 112:22-32, DOI: org/10.1016/j.orggeochem.2017.06.011.

87)  Bridgham, S. D. 2017. Permafrost: Methane origins (News and Views). Nature Climate Change 7:477-478, DOI:10.1038/nclimate3333.

86)  Carey, J. C., J. Tang, P. H. Templer, K. D. Kroeger, T. W. Crowther, A. Burton, J. S. Dukes, B. Emmett, S. Frey, M. Heskel, L. Jiang, M. Machmuller, J. E. Mohan, A. M. Panetta, P. B. Reich, S. Reinsch, X. Wang, S. D. Allison, C. Bamminger, S. D. Bridgham, S. L. Collins, G. de Dato, W. C. Eddy, B. J. Enquist, M. Estiarte, J. Harte,  A. Henderson, B. R. Johnson, K. S. Larsen, Y. Luo, S. Marhan, J. Melillo, J. Peñuelas, L. Pfeifer-Meister^, C. Poll, E. B. Rastetter, A. Reinmann, L. L. Reynolds#, I. K. Schmidt, G. R. Shaver, A. L. Strong, V. Suseela, and A. Tietema. 2016. Temperature response of soil respiration largely unaltered with experimental warming. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 113(48):13797-13802, DOI: 10.1073/pnas.1605365113.

85)  Crowther, T. W., K. E. O. Todd-Brown, C. W. Rowe, W. R. Wieder, J. C. Carey, M. B. Machmuller, L. B.Snoek, S.  Fang, G. Zhou, S. D. Allison, J. M. Blair, S. D. Bridgham, A. J. Burtonr, Y. Carrillo, P. B. Reich, J. S. Clark, A. T. Classen, F.A. Dijkstra, B. Elberling, B. Emmett, M. Estiarte, S.D. Frey, J. Guo, J. Harte, L. Jiang, B. R. Johnson, G. Kröel-Dulay, K. S. Larsen, H. Laudon, J. M. Lavallee, Y. Luo, M. Lupascu, L.N. Ma, S. Marhan, A. Michelsen, J. Mohan, S. Niu, E. Pendall, J. Peñuelas, L. Pfeifer-Meister^, C. Poll, S. Reinsch, L. L. Reynolds#, I. K. Schmidt, S. Sistla, N. W.  Sokol, P. H. Templer, K. K. Treseder, J. M.Welker, and M. A. Bradford. 2016. Quantifying global soil C losses in response to warming. Nature 540:104-108, DOI: 10.1038/nature20150.

84)  Wilson^, R. M., A. M. Hopple#*, M. M. Tfaily^, S. D. Sebestyen, C. W. Schadt, L. Pfeifer-Meister^, C. Medvedeff^, K.J. McFarlane, J. E. Kostka, M. Kolton, R. Kolka, L. A. Kluber, J. K. Keller, T. P. Guilderson, N. A. Griffiths, J. P. Chanton, S. D. Bridgham, and P. J. Hanson. 2016. Stability of peatland carbon to rising temperatures. Nature Communications 7:13723, DOI: 0.1038/NCOMMS13723. (*co-first author)

83)  Wang, S., Q. Zhuang, Z. Yu, S. Bridgham, and J. K. Keller. 2016. Quantifying peat carbon accumulation in Alaska using a process-based biogeochemistry model. Journal of Geophysical Research-Biogeosciences 121:2172-2185, DOI: 10.1002/2016JG003452.

82)  Wilson, H.#, B. R. Johnson, B. Bohannan, L. Pfeifer-Meister^, R. Mueller#, and S. D. Bridgham. 2016. Experimental warming decreases arbuscular mycorrhizal fungal colonization in prairie plants along a Mediterranean climate gradient. PeerJ 4:e2083, DOI 10.7717/peerj.2083.

81)  Ye, R.^, J. K. Keller, Q. Jin, B. J. M. Bohannan, and S. D. Bridgham.  2016.  Peatland types influence the inhibitory effects of a humic substance analog on methane production.  Geoderma 265:131-140.

80)  Pfeifer-Meister^, L., S. D. Bridgham, L. L. Reynolds#, M. E. Goklany#, H. E. Wilson#, C. J. Little†, A. Ferguson†, and B. R. Johnson.  2016.  Climate change alters plant biogeography in Mediterranean prairies along the West Coast, USA.  Global Change Biology 22:845-855, DOI: 10.1111/gcb.13052.

79)  Turnbull#, L. C. and S. D. Bridgham.  2015.  Do two Graminoids, the invasive Phalaris arundinacea and the native Scirpus microcarpus, have similar ecosystem effects in a wetland?  Soil Science Society of America Journal 79:957-967.

78)  Vandegrift#, R., B. A. Roy, L. Pfeifer-Meister^, B. R. Johnson, and S. D. Bridgham. 2015. The herbaceous landlord: Integrating the effect of symbiont consortia within a single host.  PeerJ 3:e1379, DOI: 10.7717/peerj.1379.

77)  Medvedeff^, C. A., S. D. Bridgham, L. Pfeifer-Meister^, and J. K. Keller.  2015.  Can Sphagnum leachate chemistry explain differences in anaerobic decomposition in peatlands?  Soil Biology and Biochemistry 86:34-41, DOI: 10.1016/j.soilbio.2015.03.016.

76)  Reynolds#, L. L, B. R. Johnson, L. Pfeifer-Meister^, and S. D. Bridgham. 2015.  Soil respiration response to climate change in Pacific Northwest prairies is mediated by a regional Mediterranean climate gradient. Global Change Biology 21: 487-500, DOI: 10.1111/gcb.12732.

75)  Blaisdell#, G. K., B. A. Roy, L. Pfeifer-Meister^, S. D. Bridgham.  2015.  An exploration of hypotheses that explain herbivore and pathogen attach in restored plant communities.  PLOS ONE: DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0116650.

74)  Yospin#, G. I., S. D. Bridgham, R. P. Neilson, J. P. Bolte, D. M. Bachelet, P. J. Gould, C. A. Harrington, J. K. Kertis, C. Evers†, and B. R. Johnson.  2015. A new model to simulate climate change impacts on forest succession for local land management.  Ecological Applications 25:226-242 DOI 10.1890/13-0906.1.

73)  Ye^, R., Q. Jin, B. Bohannan, J. K. Keller, and S. D. Bridgham. 2014.  Homoacetogenesis: A potentially underappreciated carbon pathway in peatlands.  Soil Biology and Biochemistry 68:385-391.

72)  Bridgham, S. D., T. R. Moore, C. J. Richardson, and N. T. Roulet. 2014. Errors in greenhouse forcing and soil carbon sequestration estimates in freshwater wetlands: A comment on Mitsch et al. (2013).  Landscape Ecology 29:1481-1485 DOI 10.1007/s10980-014-0067-2.

71)  Pfeifer-Meister^, L., S. D. Bridgham, T. Tomaszewski^, C. J. Little†, L. L. Reynolds#, M. E. Goklany#, and B. R. Johnson. 2013. Pushing the limit: Experiment evidence of climate effects on plant range distributions.  Ecology 94 (10):2131-2137, DOI: 10.1890/13-0284.1.

70)  Bridgham, S. D., H. Cadillo-Quiroz, J. K. Keller, and Q. Zhuang.  2013.  Methane emissions from wetlands: biogeochemical, microbial, and modeling perspectives from local to global scales.  Global Change Biology 19:1325-1346. (one of 20 most downloaded papers in Wiley Online Library in 2013, one of 25 most cited in journal in 2016)

69)  Pfeifer-Meister^, L., B. A. Roy, B. R. Johnson, J. Kruger, and S. D. Bridgham.  2012.  Dominance of native grasses leads to community convergence in wetland restoration.  Plant Ecology 213:637-647.

68)  Pfeifer-Meister^, L., B. R. Johnson, B. A. Roy, S. Carreño#, J. L. Stuart#, and S. D. Bridgham.  2012.  Restoring wetland prairies: tradeoffs among native plant cover, community composition, and ecosystem functioning.  Ecosphere 3(12): art 121 (http://dx.doi.org/10.1890/ES12-00261.1).

67)  Yospin#, G. I., S. D. Bridgham, J. Kertis, and B. R. Johnson.  2012.  Ecological correlates of fuel dynamics and potential fire behavior in former upland prairie and oak savanna.  Forest Ecology and Management 266:54-65.

66)  Ye, R.^, Q. Jin, B. Bohannan, J. K. Keller, S. A. McAllister#, and S. D. Bridgham.  2012.  pH controls over anaerobic carbon mineralization, the efficiency of methane production, and methanogenic pathways in peatlands across an ombrotrophic-minerotrophic gradient.  Soil Biology and Biochemistry 54:36-47.

65)  Bachelet, D., B. R. Johnson, S. D. Bridgham, P. V. Dunn, H. E. Anderson, and B. M. Rogers.  2011.  Climate change impacts on Western Pacific Northwest prairies and savannas.  Northwest Science 85:411-429.  (http://www.bioone.org/doi/full/10.3955/046.085.0224)

64)  Iversen#, C. M., S. D. Bridgham, and L. E. Kellogg#.  2010.  Scaling nitrogen use and uptake efficiencies in response to nutrient additions in peatlands.  Ecology 91:693-707.

63) D’Amore, D. V.,  N. Bonzey†, J. Berkowitz†, J. Rüegg#, and S. Bridgham.  2010.  Holocene soil-geomorphic surfaces influence the role of salmon-derived nutrients in the coastal temperate rainforest of southeast Alaska.  Geomorphology doi:10.1016/j.geomorph.2010.04.014.

62)  Pfeifer-Meister, L.#, E. Cole*, B. A. Roy, and S. D. Bridgham.  2008.  Abiotic constraints on the competitive ability of exotic and native grasses in a Pacific Northwest prairie.  Oecologia 155:357-366.

61)  White, J. R., R. D. Shannon, J. F. Weltzin^, J. Pastor, and S. D. Bridgham.  2008.  Effects of soil warming and drying on methane cycling in a northern peatland mesocosm study.  Journal of Geophysical Research—Biogeosciences, 113, G00A06, doi:10.1029/2007JG000609.

60)  Chen, J., S. Bridgham, J. Keller†, J. Pastor, A. Noormets^, and J. F. Weltzin^. 2008.  Temperature responses to infrared-loading and water table manipulations in peatland mesocosms.  Journal of Integrative Plant Biology 50:1484-1496.

59)  Johnston, C. A., B. A. Shmagin, P. C. Frost^, C. Cherrier†, J. H. Larson#, G. A. Lamberti, and S. D. Bridgham.  2008.  Wetland types and wetland maps differ in ability to predict dissolved organic carbon in streams.  Science of the Total Environment 404:326-334.

58)  Bridgham, S. D., J. Pastor, B. Dewey†, J. F. Weltzin^, and K. Updegraff†.  2008.  Rapid carbon response of peatlands to climate change.  Ecology 89:3041-3048.

57)  Frost, P. C.^, C. T. Cherrier†, J. H. Larson, S. Bridgham, and G. A. Lamberti.  2007  Effects of dissolved organic matter and ultraviolet radiation on the accrual, stoichiometry, and algal taxonomy of stream periphyton.  Freshwater Biology 52:319-330.

56)  Keller, J. K.# and S. D. Bridgham.  2007.  Pathways of anaerobic carbon cycling across an ombrotrophic-minerotrophic peatland gradient.  Limnology and Oceanography 52:96-107.

55)  Larson, J. H.#, P. C. Frost^, Z. Zheng, C. A. Johnston, S. D. Bridgham, D. M. Lodge, and G. A. Lamberti.  2007.  Effects of upstream lakes on dissolved organic matter in streams.  Limnology and Oceanography 52:60-69.

54)  Pfeifer-Meister#, L. and S. D. Bridgham.  2007.  Seasonal and spatial controls over nutrient cycling in a Pacific Northwest prairie.  Ecosystems 10:1250-1260.

53)  Bridgham, S. D., J. P. Megonigal, J. K. Keller^, N. B. Bliss, and C. Trettin.  2006.  The carbon balance of North American wetlands.  Wetlands 26:889-916.  (selected for Faculty of 1000 Biology and one of 30 papers chosen for 30-yr commemorative issue of the journal:  http://www.springer.com/life+sciences/ecology/journal/13157?detailsPage=press)

52)  Docherty, K. M.#, K. C. Young#, P. A. Maurice, and S. D. Bridgham. 2006. Dissolved organic matter concentration and quality influences upon structure and function of freshwater microbial communities.  Microbial Ecology 52:378-388.

51)  Frost, P. C.^, J. H. Larson#, C. A. Johnston, K. C. Young#, P. A. Maurice, G. A. Lamberti, and S. D. Bridgham.  2006.  Landscape predictors of stream dissolved organic matter concentration and physicochemistry in a Lake Superior river watershed.  Aquatic Sciences 68:40-51.

50)  Kellogg, L. E.#, S. D. Bridgham, and D. López-Hernández.  2006.  A comparison of four methods of measuring gross phosphorus mineralization.  Soil Science Society of America Journal 70:1349-1358.

49)  Keller, J. K.#, A. K. Bauers#, S. D. Bridgham, L. E. Kellogg#, and C. M. Iversen#.  2006.  Nutrient control of microbial carbon cycling along an ombrotrophic-minerotrophic peatland gradient.  Journal of Geophysical Research—Biogeosciences 111, G03006, doi:10.1029/2005JG000152.

48)  Frost, P. C.^, A. Mack*, J. H. Larson#, S. D. Bridgham, and G. A. Lamberti.  2006.  Environmental controls of UV radiation in forested streams of northern Michigan.  Photochemistry and Photobiology 82:781–786.

47)  Keller, J. K.#, S. D. Bridgham, C. T. Chapin#, and C. M. Iversen#.  2005.  Limited effects of six years of fertilization on carbon mineralization dynamics in a Minnesota fen.  Soil Biology and Biochemistry 37(6):1197-1204.

46)  Frost, P. C.^, J. H. Larson#, L. E. Kinsman*, G. A. Lamberti, and S. D. Bridgham.  2005.  Attenuation of ultraviolet radiation in streams of northern Michigan.  Journal of the North American Benthological Society 24(2):246-255.

45)  Weltzin, J. F.^, J. K. Keller#, S. D. Bridgham, J. Pastor, P. B. Allen#, and J. Chen.  2005.  Litter controls plant community composition in a northern fen.  Oikos 110:537-546.

44)  Young, K. C.# , K. M. Docherty#, P. A. Maurice, and S. D. Bridgham.  2005.  Degradation of surface-water dissolved organic matter:  influences of DOM chemical composition and microbial populations.  Hydrobiologia 539:1-11.

43)  Qualls, R. G. and S. D. Bridgham.  2005.  Mineralization rate of 14C labeled dissolved organic matter from leaf litter in soils from a weathering chronosequence.  Soil Biology and Biochemistry 37:905-916.

42)  Keller, J. K.#, J. R. White, S. D. Bridgham, and J. Pastor. 2004.  Climate change effects on carbon and nitrogen mineralization in peatlands through changes in soil quality.  Global Change Biology 10:1053-1064.

41)  Lilienfein, J.^, R. G. Qualls, S. M. Uselman#, and S. D. Bridgham.  2004.  Adsorption of dissolved organic and inorganic phosphorus in soils of a weathering chronosequence.  Soil Science Society of America Journal 68:620-628.

40)  Lilienfein, J.^, R. G. Qualls, S. M. Uselman#, and S. D. Bridgham.  2004.  Adsorption of dissolved organic carbon and nitrogen in soils of a weathering chronosequence.  Soil Science Society of America Journal 68:292-305.

39)  Chapin, C. T.#, S. D. Bridgham, and J. Pastor.  2004.  pH and nutrient effects on above-ground net primary production in a Minnesota, USA bog and fen.  Wetlands 24:186-201.

38)  Kellogg, C. H.#, and S. D. Bridgham.  2004.  Effects of disturbance, seed bank, and herbivory on dominance of an invasive grass.  Biological Invasions 6(3):319-329.

37)  Noormets, A.^, J. Chen, S. D. Bridgham, J. F. Weltzin^, J. Pastor, B. Dewey†, and J. LeMoine#.  2004.  The effects of infrared loading and water table on soil energy fluxes in northern peatlands.  Ecosystems 7:573-582.

36)  Pendall, E., S. Bridgham, P. J. Hanson, B. Hungate, D. W. Kicklighter, D. W. Johnson, B. E. Law, Y. Luo, J. P. Megonigal, M. Olsrud, M. G. Ryan,  and S. Wan. 2004.  Below-ground process responses to elevated CO2 and temperature: a discussion of observations, measurement methods, and models.  New Phytologist 162:311-322.

35)  Young, K. C.#, P. A. Maurice, K. M. Docherty#, and S. D. Bridgham.  2004.  Bacterial degradation of dissolved organic matter from two northern Michigan streams.  Geomicrobiology Journal 21:521-528.

34)  Weltzin, J. F.^, S. D. Bridgham, J. Pastor, J. Chen, and C. Harth†.  2003.  Potential effects of warming and drying on peatland plant community composition.  Global Change Biology 9:1-11.

33)  Pastor, J., J. Solin#, S. D. Bridgham, K. Updegraff†, C. Harth†, P. Weishampel†, and B. Dewey†.  2003.  Global warming and the export of dissolved organic carbon from boreal peatlands.  Oikos 100: 380-386.

32)  Kellogg, L. E.# and S. D. Bridgham.  2003.  Phosphorous retention and movement compared across an ombrotrophic-minerotrophic gradient in Michigan.  Biogeochemistry 63:299-315.

31)  Kellogg, C. H.#, S. D. Bridgham, and S. A. Leicht*.  2003.  Effects of water level, shade and time on germination and growth of freshwater marsh plants along a simulated successional gradient.  Journal of Ecology 91:274-282.

30)  Vile, M. A.#, S. D. Bridgham, R. K. Wieder, and M. Novák.  2003.  Atmospheric sulfur deposition alters pathways of gaseous carbon production in peatlands.  Global Biogeochemical Cycles 17:1058-1064.

29)  Vile, M. A.#, S. D. Bridgham, and R. K. Wieder. 2003.  Response of anaerobic carbon mineralization rates to sulfate amendments in a boreal peatland.  Ecological Applications 13:720-734.

28)  Bridgham, S. D., and C. J. Richardson.  2003.  Endogenous versus exogenous nutrient control over decomposition in North Carolina peatlands.  Biogeochemistry 65:151-178.

27)  Xenopoulos, M. A.^, D. M. Lodge, J. Frentress#, T. A. Kreps#,S. D.  Bridgham, E. Grossman*, and C. J. Jackson*.  2003.  Regional comparisons of watershed determinants of dissolved organic carbon in temperate lakes from the Upper Great Lakes region and selected regions globally.  Limnology and Oceanography 48:2321-2334.

26)  Chapin, C. T.#, S. D. Bridgham, J. Pastor, and K. Updegraff†.  2003.  Nitrogen, phosphorus, and carbon mineralization in response to nutrient and lime additions in peatlands.  Soil Science 168:409-420.

25)  Bauer, C. R.#,  C. H. Kellogg#, S. D. Bridgham, and G. A. Lamberti.  2003.  Mycorrhizal colonization across hydrologic gradients in restored and reference freshwater wetlands.  Wetlands 23:961-968.

24)  Lilienfein, J.^,  R. G. Qualls, S. M. Uselman#, and S. D. Bridgham.  2003.  Soil formation and organic matter accretion in a young andesitic chronosequence at Mt Shasta, California.  Geoderma 116:249-264.

23)  Kellogg, C. H.#, and S. D. Bridgham.  2002.  Colonization during early succession of restored freshwater marshes.  Canadian Journal of Botany 80: 176-185.

22)  Pastor, J., B. Peckham, S. Bridgham, J. Weltzin^, and J. Chen.  2002.  Plant dynamics, nutrient cycling, and multiple stable equilibria in peatlands.  American Naturalist 160:553-568.

21)  Bridgham, S. D.  2002.  Commentary: nitrogen, translocation, and Sphagnum mosses.  New Phytologist 156:140-141.

20)  Updegraff, K.†, S. D. Bridgham, J. Pastor, P. Weishampel†, and C. Harth†.  2001.  Response of CO2 and CH4 emissions in peatlands to warming and water-table manipulation.  Ecological Applications 11: 311-326.

19)  Bridgham, S. D., K. Updegraff†, and J. Pastor.  2001.  A comparison of nutrient availability indices along an ombrotrophic—minerotrophic gradient in Minnesota wetlands.  Soil Science Society of America 65:259-269.

18)  Johnston, C. A., S. D. Bridgham, and J. P. Schubauer-Berigan.  2001.  Nutrient dynamics in relation to geomorphology of riverine wetlands.  Soil Science Society of America Journal 65:557-577.

17)  Bridgham, S. D., C. A. Johnston, J. P. Schubauer-Berigan, and P. Weishampel†.  2001.  Phosphorus sorption dynamics in soils and coupling with surface and pore water in riverine wetlands.  Soil Science Society of America Journal 65: 577-588.

16)  Weltzin, J. F.^, C. Harth†, S. D. Bridgham, J. Pastor, and M. Vonderharr#.  2001.  Production and microtopography of bog bryophytes: response to warming and water-table manipulations.  Oecologia 128: 557-565.

15)  Rustad, L. E., J. L. Campbell, G. M. Marion, R. J. Norby, M. J.Mitchell, A. E. Hartley, J. H. C. Cornelissen, J. Gurevitch and GCTE-NEWS.  2001.  Meta-analysis of the response of soil respiration, net nitrogen mineralization, and aboveground plant growth to experimental ecosystem warming.  Oecologia 126:243-262  (I was part of the workshop, ‘GCTE-NEWS’, that formulated this paper, and am acknowledged as such on the paper.

14)  Weltzin, J. F.^, J. Pastor, C. Harth†, S. D. Bridgham, K. Updegraff†, and C. T. Chapin#.  2000.  Response of bog and fen plant communities to warming and water-table manipulations.  Ecology 81: 3464-3478.

13)  Pastor, J., and S. D. Bridgham.  1999.  Nutrient efficiency along nutrient availability gradients.  Oecologia 118:50-58.

12)  Bridgham, S. D., J. Pastor, K. Updegraff†, T. J. Malterer, K. Johnson†, C. Harth†, and J. Chen.  1999.  Ecosystem control over temperature and energy flux in northern peatlands.  Ecological Applications 9: 1345-1358.

11)  Bridgham, S. D., K. Updegraff†, and J. Pastor.  1998.  Carbon, nitrogen, and phosphorus mineralization in northern wetlands.  Ecology 79:1545-1561.

10)  Updegraff, K.†, S. D. Bridgham, J. Pastor, and P. Weishampel†.  1998.  Hysteresis in the temperature response of carbon dioxide and methane production in peat soils.  Biogeochemistry 43:253-272.

9)    Bridgham, S. D., J. Pastor, J. A. Janssens, C. Chapin#, and T. J. Malterer.  1996.  Multiple limiting gradients in peatlands:  A call for a new paradigm.  Wetlands 16:45-65. (One of 30 papers chosen for 30-yr commemorative issue of journal:  http://www.springer.com/life+sciences/ecology/journal/13157?detailsPage=press)

8)    Bridgham, S. D., C. A. Johnston, J. Pastor, and K. Updegraff†.  1995.  Potential feedbacks of northern wetlands on climate change.  BioScience 45:262-274.

7)    Bridgham, S. D., J. Pastor, C. A. McClaugherty, and C. J. Richardson.  1995.  Nutrient-use efficiency: a litterfall index, a model, and a test along a nutrient availability gradient in North Carolina peatlands.  American Naturalist 145:1-21.

6)    Updegraff, K.†, J. Pastor, S. D. Bridgham, and C. A. Johnston.  1995.  Environmental and substrate controls over carbon and nitrogen mineralization in northern wetlands.  Ecological Applications 5:151-163.

5)    Bridgham, S.D. and C. J. Richardson.  1993.  Hydrology and nutrient gradients in North Carolina peatlands.  Wetlands 13:207-218.

4)    Bridgham, S. D. and C. J. Richardson.  1992.  Mechanisms controlling soil respiration (CO2 and CH4) in southern peatlands.  Soil Biology and Biochemistry 24:1089-1099.

3)    Bridgham, S. D., C. J. Richardson, E. Maltby, and S. P. Faulkner#.  1991.  Cellulose decay in natural and disturbed peatlands in North Carolina, U.S.A.  Journal of Environmental Quality 20:695-701.

2)    Bridgham, S. D., S. P. Faulkner#, and C. J. Richardson.  1991.  Steel rod oxidation as a hydrologic indicator in wetland soils. Soil Science Society of America Journal 55:856-862.

1)    Bridgham, S. D.  1988.  Chronic effects of 2,2′-dichlorobiphenyl on reproduction, mortality, growth, and respiration of Daphnia pulicaria.  Archives of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology 17: 731-740.

 

PEER-REVIEWED BOOK CHAPTERS/PROCEEDINGS

(* = undergraduate student, # = graduate student, ^ = postdoctoral associate, † = technician)

17) Kolka, R., C. Trettin, W. Tang, K. Krauss, S. Bansal, J. Drexler, K. Wickland, R. Chimner, D. Hogan, E. Pindilli, B. Benscoter, B. Tangen, E. Kane, S. Bridgham, C. Richardson. 2018. Terrestrial wetlands. In The Second State of the Carbon Cycle Report (SOCCR-2): North American Carbon Budget and Implications for the Global Carbon Cycle.  A report by the U.S. Global Change Research Program, V. Bailey, L. Bruhwiler, D. Butman, W.-J. Cai, S. R. Cooley, G. Domke, K. Fennel, K. R. Gurney, D. J. Hayes, and G. Shrestha. In press.

16)  Kolka, R., S. D. Bridgham, and C.-L. Ping. 2016. Soils of peatlands: Histosols and Gelisols. Pages 277-309 in Wetland Soils: Genesis, Hydrology, Landscapes, and Classification, 2nd Edition, M. J. Vepraskas and C. Craft, eds., Lewis Publishers, Boca Raton, FL.

15)  Bridgham, S. D.  2014.  Carbon dynamics and ecosystem processes.  Pages 277-309 in Ecology of Freshwater and Estuarine Wetlands (edited text book), 2nd edition, eds. D. P. Batzer and R. R. Sharitz, University of California Press, Berkeley, CA.

14)  Bridgham, S. D. and R. Ye^.  2013.  Organic matter mineralization and decomposition.  Pages 253-274 in Methods in Biogeochemistry of Wetlands, eds. R. D. DeLaune, K. R. Reddy, C. J. Richardson, and J. P. Megonigal.  Soil Science Society of America, Madison, WI.

13)  Kerns, B. K., M. A. Hemstrom, D. Conklin, G. I. Yospin#, B. Johnson,, D. Bachelet, and S. Bridgham. 2012. Approaches to incorporating climate change effects in state and transition models of vegetation.  Pages 161-172 in Proceedings of the First Landscape State-and-Transition Simulation Modeling Conference, eds. B. K. Kerns, A. J. Shlisky, and C. J. Daniels, June 14-16,  2011, Portland, OR, Gen. Tech. Rep. PNW-GTR-869, U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station, Portland, OR.

12)  Dise, N., N. J. Shurpali, P. Weishampel, S. Verma, S. Verry, E. Gorham, P. Crill, R. Harriss, C. Kelly, J. Yavitt, K. Smemo, R. Kolka, K. Smith, J. Kim, R. Clement, T. Arkebauer, K. Bartlett, D. Billesbach, S. Bridgham, A. Elling, P. Flebbe, J. King, C. Martens, D. Sebacher, C. Williams, K. Wieder.  2011.  Carbon emissions in peatlands.  In Peatland Biogeochemistry and Watershed Hydrology at the Marcel Experimental Forest, eds. R. Kolka, S. Sebestyen, S. Verry, and K. Brooks.  Taylor and Francis Group, LLC, Oxford, United Kingdom.

11)  Bridgham, S. D. and G. A. Lamberti.  2009.  Decomposition in wetlands.  Pages 326 — 345 in The Wetlands Handbook, E. Maltby and T. Barker, eds., Wiley-Blackwell Publishing, Oxford, United Kingdom.

10)  Pacala, S., R. Birdsey, S. Bridgham, R. T. Conant, K. Davis, B. Hales, R. Houghton, J. C. Jenkins, M. Johnston, G. Marland, K. Paustian, and S. C. Wofsy.  2007.  The North America carbon budget past and present.  Pages 29 – 36 in The First State of the Carbon Cycle Report (SOCCR): North American Carbon Budget and Implications for the Global Carbon Cycle.  A report by the U.S. Climate Change Science Program and the Subcommittee on Global Change Research, A. W. King, L. Dilling. G. P. Zimmerman, D. M. Fairman, R. A. Houghton, G. H. Marland, A. Z. Rose, and T. J. Wilbanks, eds., National Climatic Data Center, Asheville, NC, 242 pp.

9)   Bridgham, S. D., J. P. Megonigal, J. K. Keller^, C. Trettin, and N. B. Bliss. 2007.  Wetlands. The North America carbon budget past and present.  Pages 139 – 148 in The First State of the Carbon Cycle Report (SOCCR): North American Carbon Budget and Implications for the Global Carbon Cycle.  A report by the U.S. Climate Change Science Program and the Subcommittee on Global Change Research, A. W. King, L. Dilling. G. P. Zimmerman, D. M. Fairman, R. A. Houghton, G. H. Marland, A. Z. Rose, and T. J. Wilbanks, eds., National Climatic Data Center, Asheville, NC, 242 pp.

8)    Ogram, A., S. Bridgham, R. Corstanje, H. Drake, K. Küsel, A. Mills, S. Newman, K. Portier, and R. Wetzel.  2006.  Linkages between microbial community composition and biogeochemical processes across scales.  Pages 239-270 in Wetlands and Natural Resource Management, J. T. A. Verhoeven, B. Beltman, R. Bobbink, and D. F. Whigham, eds., Springer, New York.

7)    Wu, K.^, C. Johnston, C. Cherrier†, S. Bridgham, and B. Shmagin.  2006.  Hydrologic calibration of the SWAT model in a Great Lakes coastal watershed.  Pages 15-28 in Coastal Hydrology and Processes, V.P. Singh and Y. Jun Xu, eds., Proceedings of the American Institute of Hydrology 25th Anniversary Meeting & International Conference, “Challenges in Coastal Hydrology and Water Management.” Water Resources Publications, Highlands Ranch, CO.

6)    Bridgham, S. D., C.-L. Ping , J. L. Richardson, and K. Updegraff†.  2001.  Soils of Northern Peatlands: Histosols and Gelisols.  Pages 343-370 in Wetland Soils: Genesis, Hydrology, Landscapes, and Classification, J. L. Richardson and M. J. Vepraskas, eds., Lewis Publishers, Boca Raton, FL.

5)    Johnston, C. A., J. P. Schubauer-Berigan and S. D. Bridgham.  1997.  The potential role of riverine wetlands as buffer zones.  Pages 155-170 in  Buffer Zones: Their Processes and Potential in Water Protection, N. E. Haycock, T.P. Burt, K.W.T. Goulding, and G. Pinay, eds.  Quest Environmental, Harpenden, UK.

4)    Updegraff, K.†, S. D. Bridgham, J. Pastor, and C. A. Johnston.  1994.  A method to determine long-term anaerobic carbon and nutrient mineralization in soils.  Pages 209-219 in Defining Soil Quality for a Sustainable Environment, J. Doran, D. Bezdicek, and D. Coleman, eds., Soil Science Society of America, Madison, WI.

3)    Johnston, C.A., K. Updegraff†, S. Bridgham, and J. Pastor.  1992.  Influence of beaver and bogs on greenhouse gases at Voyageurs National Park.  Pages 471-479 in  Managing Water Resources During Global Change, American Water Resources Association Conference & Symposia, November 1-5, 1992, Reno, NV, R. Herman, ed.

2)    McNaught, D. C., S. D. Bridgham, and C. Meadows†.  1988.  Effects of complex effluents from the River Raisin on zooplankton grazing in Lake Erie.  Pages 128-137 in Functional Testing of Aquatic Biota for Estimating Hazards of Chemicals, J. Cairns, Jr. and J. R. Pratt, eds.  American Society for Testing and Materials, Philadelphia, PA.

1)    Bridgham, S. D., D. C. McNaught, C. Meadows†.  1988.  Effects of complex effluents on photosynthesis in Lake Erie and Lake Huron. Pages 74-84 in Functional Testing of Aquatic Biota for Estimating Hazards of Chemicals, J. Cairns, Jr. and J. R. Pratt, eds.  American Society for Testing and Materials, Philadelphia, PA.

 

OTHER PUBLICATIONS

9)      Pfeifer-Meister, L. S. Bridgham, B. Roy, and B. Johnson.  2007.  Testing the effectiveness of site preparation techniques for wetland prairie restoration.  Final report to West Eugene Wetland Partnership (http://www.lcog.org/Site%20Prep%20Presentation_May%202007.pdf).

8)      Bridgham, S. D. 1999.  How nutrient cycles constrain carbon balances in boreal forests and arctic tundra.  GCTE (Global Change and Terrestrial Ecosystems) Newsletter.

7)      Bridgham, S. D.  1999.  Meeting review of “How nutrient cycles constrain carbon balances in boreal forests and arctic tundra.” A conference organized on behalf of the GCTE (Global Change and Terrestrial Ecosystems) core project of the IGBP (International Geosphere Biosphere Programme) in Abisko, Sweden on June 15-19, 1999.  Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America 80:244-245.

6)      Bridgham, S. D. 1998.  The role of agriculture in phosphorus eutrophication of surface water.  Review of Phosphorus Loss from Soil to Water,  H. Tunney, O. T. Carton, P. C. Brookes, and A. E. Johnston, eds., CAB International.  Ecology 79:2215-2216.

5)      Axler, R. P., J. Henneck†, S. Bridgham, C. Tikkanen†, D. Nordman†, A. Bamford†, and M. McDonald.  1996.  Constructed wetlands in northern Minnesota for treatment of aquacultural wastes.  In Proceedings from the Constructed Wetlands in Cold Climates, June 4-5, 1996, Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario, Canada.

4)      Bridgham, S. D.  1994.  Review of Wetlands:  Guide to Science, Law, and Technology,  M. S. Dennison and J. F. Berry, eds., Noyes Publications.  Journal of Environmental Quality 23:1119-1120.

3)      Bridgham, S. D. and C. J. Richardson.  1991.  Freshwater peatlands on the southeastern Coastal Plain of the USA:  Community description, nutrient dynamics, and disturbance.  Pages 1 – 15 in Proceedings of the International Peat Symposium, August 19-23, Duluth, MN, D.N. Grubich and T.J. Malterer, eds.

2)      Bridgham, S. D. 1991.  Mechanisms Controlling Soil Carbon Cycling in North Carolina Peatlands.  Ph.D. dissertation, Nicholas School of the Environment & Earth Sciences, Duke University, Durham, NC.

1)      Bridgham, S. D.  1986.  The Effects of PCBs on the Physiology of Daphnia pulicaria.  M.S. thesis, Department of Ecology, Evolution, and Behavior, University of Minnesota, St. Paul, MN.

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