Her primary areas of investigation include Ecology, Litter, Forest floor, Decomposition and Nutrient. Her study connects Microbial population biology and Ecology. Her Litter study combines topics in areas such as Forestry, Pinus contorta and Plant litter.
Her biological study deals with issues like Botany, which deal with fields such as Biomass. Her studies in Forest floor integrate themes in fields like Soil biology, Western Hemlock, Agronomy, Tsuga and Clearcutting. Her Decomposition study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Litter, Animal science and Lignin.
Ecology, Agronomy, Forest floor, Nutrient and Forestry are her primary areas of study. Ecology is closely attributed to Microbial population biology in her study. Her study explores the link between Agronomy and topics such as Botany that cross with problems in Biomass.
Her studies deal with areas such as Soil biology, Humus, Mineralization, Forest ecology and Litter as well as Forest floor. Her work in Nutrient addresses issues such as Animal science, which are connected to fields such as Decomposition. Her study in Forestry is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Woody plant and Nitrogen cycle.
Cindy E. Prescott spends much of her time researching Agronomy, Soil water, Forest ecology, Nutrient and Ecosystem. Her Agronomy research includes themes of Forest floor, Forest management and Thinning. Her Forest floor research incorporates elements of Soil organic matter, Biomass, Terrestrial ecosystem and Deciduous.
Her Soil water research focuses on subjects like Reforestation, which are linked to Forest restoration. Her work on Plant litter as part of general Nutrient research is frequently linked to Moisture, thereby connecting diverse disciplines of science. Plant community is a subfield of Ecology that Cindy E. Prescott tackles.
Her scientific interests lie mostly in Ecosystem, Forest management, Agronomy, Soil water and Production. The subject of her Ecosystem research is within the realm of Ecology. The study incorporates disciplines such as Climate change, Tree species and Environmental resource management in addition to Forest management.
Her research in Agronomy intersects with topics in Forest floor, Forest ecology, Terrestrial ecosystem and Topsoil. The Soil water study combines topics in areas such as Denitrification, Denitrifying bacteria, Microbial population biology, Nitrogen cycle and Nutrient cycle. Her Production study spans across into subjects like Photosynthesis, Microorganism and Nutrient.
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Litter decomposition: what controls it and how can we alter it to sequester more carbon in forest soils?
Soil moisture is the major factor influencing microbial community structure and enzyme activities across seven biogeoclimatic zones in western Canada
Beth F.T. Brockett;Cindy E. Prescott;Sue J. Grayston.
Soil Biology & Biochemistry (2012)
The influence of the forest canopy on nutrient cycling.
Tree Physiology (2002)
Microbial functional genes involved in nitrogen fixation, nitrification and denitrification in forest ecosystems
David J. Levy-Booth;Cindy E. Prescott;Susan J. Grayston.
Soil Biology & Biochemistry (2014)
Tree species influence on microbial communities in litter and soil: Current knowledge and research needs
Cindy E. Prescott;Sue J. Grayston.
Forest Ecology and Management (2013)
Decay and nutrient dynamics of coarse woody debris in northern coniferous forests: a synthesis
Canadian Journal of Forest Research (2004)
Decomposition of broadleaf and needle litter in forests of British Columbia: influences of litter type, forest type, and litter mixtures
Canadian Journal of Forest Research (2000)
Rates of litter decomposition over 6 years in Canadian forests: influence of litter quality and climate
J A Trofymow;T R Moore;B Titus;C Prescott.
Canadian Journal of Forest Research (2002)
Humus in northern forests: friend or foe?
Forest Ecology and Management (2000)
Litter decomposition rates in Canadian forests
T. R. Moore;J. A. Trofymow;B. Taylor;C. Prescott.
Global Change Biology (1999)
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