Christopher W. Schadt mostly deals with Ecology, Microbial population biology, Botany, Soil water and Fungal genetics. His research integrates issues of Microbiome and Pyrosequencing in his study of Ecology. His Microbial population biology research incorporates themes from Relative species abundance, Ecology, Gene chip analysis, DNA microarray and Microbial ecology.
As part of his studies on Botany, Christopher W. Schadt often connects relevant subjects like Host. His studies deal with areas such as Biomass, Agronomy and Abundance as well as Soil water. In his research on the topic of Rhizosphere, Desert climate is strongly related with Soil microbiology.
Christopher W. Schadt spends much of his time researching Ecology, Botany, Environmental chemistry, Microbial population biology and Soil water. In his study, Ecological niche is inextricably linked to Microbiome, which falls within the broad field of Ecology. The Botany study combines topics in areas such as Rhizosphere, Soil microbiology, Bacteria and Genome.
His work in the fields of Environmental chemistry, such as Microcosm, overlaps with other areas such as Uranium. His Microbial population biology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Carbon dioxide, Microbial ecology and Bioremediation. His research investigates the connection between Soil water and topics such as Agronomy that intersect with issues in Soil texture.
Christopher W. Schadt mainly focuses on Ecosystem, Soil water, Ecology, Soil carbon and Rhizosphere. His Ecosystem research integrates issues from Methane emissions, Nutrient and Microbial population biology. His Soil water study combines topics in areas such as Community structure, Tillage, Agronomy and Abiotic component.
Christopher W. Schadt has included themes like Plant microbe and Gene in his Ecology study. His Rhizosphere research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Microbiome, Firmicutes, Botany, Populus trichocarpa and Phyllosphere. Christopher W. Schadt has researched Botany in several fields, including Strain, Whole genome sequencing, Genome and Bacteria.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Rhizosphere, Ecology, Ecosystem, Botany and Firmicutes. Christopher W. Schadt interconnects Microbiome, Rhizobiales, Pyrosequencing, Soil water and Eastern Cottonwood in the investigation of issues within Rhizosphere. Christopher W. Schadt combines subjects such as Genetic variation and Annual growth cycle of grapevines with his study of Ecology.
His studies in Ecosystem integrate themes in fields like Methane emissions, Atmospheric sciences and Biogeochemical cycle. His Botany study incorporates themes from Burkholderiales, Populus trichocarpa, Genotype, Plant defense against herbivory and Community structure. His work deals with themes such as Abundance, Relative species abundance, Temperate forest, Methanogen and Phyllosphere, which intersect with Firmicutes.
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Soil microbial community responses to multiple experimental climate change drivers
Hector F. Castro;Aimée T. Classen;Emily E. Austin;Richard J. Norby.
Applied and Environmental Microbiology (2010)
Seasonal dynamics of previously unknown fungal lineages in tundra soils.
Christopher W. Schadt;Andrew P. Martin;David A. Lipson;Steven K. Schmidt.
GeoChip: a comprehensive microarray for investigating biogeochemical, ecological and environmental processes
Zhili He;Terry J Gentry;Terry J Gentry;Christopher W Schadt;Liyou Wu;Liyou Wu.
The ISME Journal (2007)
Distinct Microbial Communities within the Endosphere and Rhizosphere of Populus deltoides Roots across Contrasting Soil Types
Neil R. Gottel;Hector F. Castro;Hector F. Castro;Marilyn Kerley;Zamin Yang.
Applied and Environmental Microbiology (2011)
Massively parallel rRNA gene sequencing exacerbates the potential for biased community diversity comparisons due to variable library sizes.
Thomas Gihring;Stefan Green;Christopher Warren Schadt.
Environmental Microbiology (2012)
Labile soil carbon inputs mediate the soil microbial community composition and plant residue decomposition rates
New Phytologist (2010)
Changes in Soil Microbial Community Structure and Function in an Alpine Dry Meadow Following Spring Snow Melt
Microbial Ecology (2002)
Microarray-Based Analysis of Subnanogram Quantities of Microbial Community DNAs by Using Whole-Community Genome Amplification
Liyou Wu;Xueduan Liu;Xueduan Liu;Xueduan Liu;Christopher W. Schadt;Jizhong Zhou.
Applied and Environmental Microbiology (2006)
The effects of chronic nitrogen fertilization on alpine tundra soil microbial communities: implications for carbon and nitrogen cycling
Diana R. Nemergut;Alan R. Townsend;Sarah R. Sattin;Kristen R. Freeman.
Environmental Microbiology (2008)
Fruit and soil quality of organic and conventional strawberry agroecosystems.
John P. Reganold;Preston K. Andrews;Jennifer R. Reeve;Lynne Carpenter-Boggs.
PLOS ONE (2010)
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