ASU recently organized an interview with Dr. Osvaldo Sala regarding ecosystem services, the sustainability of drylands & discussed a new publication on the effects of grazing. Read the full interview here.
Hungry for More: Dr. Ball contributes to a publication in SBB on linking Phosphorus to evolution traits in Nematodes
Dr. Becky Ball, GDC Committee member, recently published in Soil Biology and Biochemistry. Read the entire text here on the effects of phosphorous-dense environments vs. phosphorus-deficient on growth and development in free-living soil nematodes. Read the abstract below: “Ecological stoichiometry is a useful theoretical framework for understanding the sources and controls on nutrient availability that structure the composition and diversity…
ISME Communications publication explores biocrust research with GDC Committee Member, Dr. Garcia- Pichel
Feeling blue? So are these cyanobacteria! Dr. Ferran Garcia-Pichel recently published in ISME Communications, access the entire article here to explore his latest research on self-organizing microbial communities.
Article: Stronger fertilization effects on aboveground versus belowground plant properties across nine U.S. grasslands
Featured in an ESA publication, Scott Collins, along with several other contributors, takes a look at nutrient supply across several different ecosystems. Read the entire publication here.
Dr. David Eldridge, a Global Drylands Center affiliate, was awarded the 2022 Premier’s Prize for Innovation in NSW Public Sector Science and Engineering. The prize, awarded by the New South Wales Public Service Commission, reflects the cogent and long-standing impact of Eldridge’s work and continued impact. He continues to spread the passion for rangelands at UNSW Sydney. Congratulations, Dr. Eldridge!