Refereed Publications

17. Buchkowski, R.W. and Lindo, Z. early view. Stoichiometric and structural uncertainty in soil food web models. Functional Ecology.

16. Buchkowski, R. W., Morris, D. W., Halliday, W. D., Dupuch, A., Morrissette-Boileau, C., and Boudreau, S. 2020. Warmer temperatures promote shrub radial growth but not cover in the central Canadian Arctic. Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research, 52: 582–595.

15. Guiliano, S.*, Karr, C.*, Sommer, N.*, and Buchkowski, R.W. 2020. Woodlice change the habitat use of spiders in a different food chain. Peer J, 8:e9184

14. Donihue, C.M., Kowaleski, A., Algar, A., Baeckens, S., Buchkowski, R.W., Fabre, A.-C., Frank, H.K., Geneva, A.J., Mahler, D.L., Reynolds, R.G., Stroud, J.T., Velasco, J.A., Kolbe, J.J., Losos, J.B., Herrel, A. 2020. Hurricane effects on neotropical lizards span geographic and phylogenetic scales. PNAS,177, 10429-10434.

13. Buchkowski, R.W., Shaw, A.N., Sihi, D., Smith, G.R., and Keiser, A.D. 2019. Constraining carbon and nutrient flows in soil with ecological stoichiometry.Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution, 7, 382.

12. Benedek, K., Bálint, J., Máthé, I., Mara, G., Felföldi, T., Szabó, A., Fazakas, C., Albert,C., Buchkowski, R.W., Schmitz, O.J., and Balog, A. 2019. Linking intraspecific variation in plant chemical defence with arthropod and soil bacterial community structure and N allocation. Plant and Soil, 444, 383–397.

11. Buchkowski, R.W., Leroux, S.J., and Schmitz, O.J. 2019. Microbial and animal nutrient limitation change the distribution of nitrogen within coupled green and brown food chains. Ecology,100, e02674.

10. Buchkowski, R.W., Schmitz, O.J., and Bradford, M.A. 2019. Herbivore and detritivore effects on nitrogen recycling: implications for plant nitrogen uptake and growth. Journal of Ecology, 107, 963-976.

9. Schmitz, O.J., Buchkowski, R.W., Smith, J.R., Telthorst, M., and Rosenblatt, A.E. 2017. Predator community composition is linked to soil carbon retention across a human land use gradient. Ecology, 98, 1256-1265.

8. Buchkowski, R.W., Bradford, M.A., Grandy, A.S., Schmitz, O.J. and Wieder, W.R. 2017. Applying population and community ecology theory to advance understanding of belowground biogeochemistry. Ecology Letters, 20: 231-245.

7. Buchkowski, R.W. 2016. Top-down consumptive and trait-mediated control do affect soil food webs: It’s time for a new model. Soil Biology and Biochemistry, 102: 29-32.

6. Mendelsohn, R., Prentice, I.C., Schmitz, O.J., Stocker, B., Buchkowski, R.W., and Dawson, B. 2016. The ecosystem impacts of severe warming. The American Economic Review, 106: 612-614.

5. Buchkowski, R. W., C. J. Williams, J. Kelly, J. G. Veinot, and M. A. Xenopoulos. 2015. Nanosilver and nano zero-valent iron exposure affects nutrient exchange across the sediment–water interface. Bulletin of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology, 1-7.

4. Buchkowski, R. W., and Schmitz, O. J. 2015. Detritivores ameliorate the enhancing effect of plant-based trophic cascades on nitrogen cycling in an old-field system. Biology Letters 11.

3. Buchkowski, R. W., Schmitz, O. J., and Bradford, M. A. 2015. Microbial stoichiometry overrides biomass as a regulator of soil carbon and nitrogen cycling. Ecology 96, 1139-1149.

2. Schmitz, O. J., Buchkowski, R. W., Burghardt, K. T., and Donihue, C. M. 2015. Functional traits and trait-mediated interactions: connecting community-level interactions with ecosystem functioning. Advances in Ecological Research, 53, 319-343.

1. Dashtban, M., Buchkowski, R.W., and Qin, W. 2011. Effect of different carbon sources on cellulase production by Hypocrea jecorina (Trichoderma reesei) strains. International Journal of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology 2, 274-286.

Non-refereed Publications/ White Papers

1. Connecticut Academy of Science and Engineering. 2014. Methods to measure phosphorus and make future projections. Reported to the Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection.