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*Pressler, Y., Moore, J.C., Cotrufo, M.F. (2019). Belowground community responses to fire: meta-analysis reveals contrasting responses of soil microorganisms and mesofauna. Oikos. *Editor’s Choice

Pressler, Y., Hunter-Laszlo, M., Bucko, S., Covitt, B.A., Urban, S., Benton, C., Bartholomew, M., Morrison, A.J.*, Foster, E.J., Parker, S.D., Cotrufo, M.F., Moore, J.C. (2019). Teaching authentic soil and plant science in middle school classrooms with a biochar case study. The American Biology Teacher.

Jin, H., van Rijn, P., Moore, J.C., Bauer, M.I., Pressler, Y., Yestness, N. (2019). A validation framework for science learning progression research. International Journal of Science Education.

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2018

Koltz, A. M., Burkle, L. A., Pressler, Y., Dell, J. E., Vidal, M. A., Richards, L. A. & Murphy, S. M. (2018). Global change and the importance of fire for the ecology and evolution of insects. Current Opinions in Insect Science, 29, 110-116.

Koltz, A. M., Asmus, A., Gough, L., Pressler, Y., & Moore, J. C. (2018). The detritus-based microbial-invertebrate food web contributes disproportionately to carbon and nitrogen cycling in the ArcticPolar Biology, 1-15.

Monroe, J. G., Markman, D. W., Beck, W. S., Felton, A. J., Vahsen, M. L., & Pressler, Y. (2018). Ecoevolutionary Dynamics of Carbon Cycling in the AnthropoceneTrends in ecology & evolution33(3), 213-225.


2017

Pressler, Y., Foster, E. J., Moore, J. C., & Cotrufo, M. F. (2017). Coupled biochar amendment and limited irrigation strategies do not affect a degraded soil food web in a maize agroecosystem, compared to the native grasslandGlobal Change Biology Bioenergy9(8), 1344-1355.