Publications

Peer-reviewed publications


19. Ramirez KS, CG Knight, M de Hollander, FQ Brearley, B Constantinides, A Cotton, S Creer, TW Crowther, J Davison, M Delgado-Baquerizo, E Dorrepaal, DR Elliott, G Fox, RI Griffiths, C Hale, K Hartman, A Houlden, DL Jones, EJ Krab, FT Maestre, KL McGuire, S Monteux, CH Orr, WH van der Putten, IS Roberts, DA Robinson, JD Rocca, J Rowntree, K Schlaeppi, M Shepherd, BK Singh, AL Straathof, JM Bhatnagar, C Thion, MGA van der Heijden, FT de Vries. 2017. Detecting macroecological patterns in bacterial communities across independent studies of global soils. Nature Microbiology 113: 285-293.

18. Siletti C, CA Zeiner, and JM Bhatnagar. 2017. Distributions of fungal melanin across species and soil. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 113: 285-293.

17. Rosenthal L, S Branco, J Chung, S Glassman, H-L Liao, KG Peay, DP Smith, JM Talbot, JW Taylor, E Vellinga, R Vilgalys, TD Bruns. 2017. Survey of athelioid corticoid fungi in North American pinaceous forests reveals hyperdiversity, underpopulated sequence databases, and species that are potentially ectomycorrhizal. Mycologia: 1-13.

16. Peay KG, PG Kennedy, JM Talbot. 2016. Dimensions of biodiversity in the Earth mycobiome. Nature Reviews Microbiology 14: 434-447.

15. Sinsabaugh RL, BL Turner, JM Talbot, BG Waring, JS Powers, CR Kuske, DL Moorhead, JJ Folstad Shah. 2016. Stoichiometry of microbial carbon use efficiency in soils. Ecological monographs 86(2): 172-189.

14. Talbot JM, F. Martin, A. Kohler, B. Henrissat, KG Peay. 2015. Functional guild predicts the role of fungi in fast and slow soil biogeochemical cycles. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 88: 441-456.

13. Glassman, S, KG Peay, JM Talbot, DP Smith, Judy Chung, JT Taylor, R Vilgalys, TD Bruns. 2015. A continental view of pine-associated ectomycorrhizal spore banks:  a quiescent functional guild with a strong biogeographic pattern. New Phytologist 205: 1619-1631.

12. Liao H-L, Y Chen, TD Bruns, KG Peay, JW Taylor, S Branco, JM Talbot, and R Vilgalys. 2014. Metatranscriptomic analysis of ectomycorrhizal roots reveals genes associated with Piloderma-Pinus symbiosis: improved methodologies for assessing gene expression in situ. Environmental Microbiology 16: 3730-3742.

11. Huggins JA, JM Talbot, M Gardes, and PG Kennedy. 2014. Unlocking the environmental keys to host specificity: differential tolerance of acidity and nitrate by Alnus-associated ectomycorrhizal fungi. Fungal Ecology 12: 53-61.

10. Talbot JM, TD Bruns, JW Taylor, DP Smith, S Branco, SI Glassman, S Erlandson, R Vilgalys, H-L Liao, ME Smith, and KG Peay. 2014. Endemism and functional convergence across the North American soil mycobiome. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 111: 6341-6346.

9. Talbot JM, S Erlandson, D Smith, S Glassman, R Vilgalys, T Bruns, J Taylor, M Smith, KG Peay. 2013. Independent roles of ectomycorrhizal and saprotrophic fungi in soil organic matter decay. Soil Biology and Biochemistry. 57: 282-291.

8. Talbot JM, KK Treseder. 2012. Interactions between lignin, cellulose, and N drive litter chemistry-decay relationships. Ecology. 93: 345-354 (Featured on journal cover).

7. Todd-Brown KEO, FM Hopkins, SN Kivlin, JM Talbot, SD Allison. 2012. A framework for representing microbial decomposition in coupled climate models. Biogeochemistry 109: 19-33.

6. Talbot JM, DJ Yelle, JS Nowick, KK Treseder. 2012. Litter decay rates are determined by lignin chemistry. Biogeochemistry 108: 279-295.

5. Talbot JM, KK Treseder. 2010. Controls over mycorrhizal uptake of organic N. Pedobiologia 53: 169-179.

4. Gallet-Budynek A, E Brzostek, VL Rodgers, JM Talbot, S Hyzy, AC Finzi. 2009. Intact amino acid uptake by northern hardwood and conifer trees. Oecologia 160: 129-138.

3. Talbot JM, SD Allison, KK Treseder. 2008. Decomposers in disguise: Mycorrhizal fungi as regulators of soil carbon dynamics in ecosystems under global change. Functional Ecology 22: 955-963.

2. Talbot JM, AC Finzi. 2008. Differential effects of sugar maple, red oak, and hemlock tannins on carbon and nitrogen cycling in temperate forest soils. Oecologia 155: 583–592.

1. Talbot JM, KD Kroger, A Rago, MC Allen, and MA Charette. 2003. Nitrogen Flux and Speciation Through the Subterranean Estuary of Waquoit Bay, Massachusetts. Biol. Bull. 205: 244-245.

Other publications


5. Talbot JM. 2017. “Fungal Communities and Climate Change”. The fungal community: its organization and role in the ecosystem. Boca Raton: CRC.

4. Søgaard Jørgensen, P, F Barraquand, V Bonhomme, TJ Curran, E Cieraad, T Ezard, L Gherardi, RA Hayes, T Poisot, R Salguero-Gómez, L DeSoto, B Swartz, JM Talbot, B Wee, N Zimmerman. 2015. Connecting people and ideas from around the world: global innovation platforms for next-generation ecology and beyond. Ecosphere 6: 1-11.

3. Talbot JM, KK Treseder. 2011. Dishing the dirt on carbon cycling. Nature Climate Change 1: 144-146.

2. Salguero-Gomez R, M Whiteside, JM Talbot. 2009. After “eco” comes “service”. Guest editorial in: Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 7: 277-278.

1. Talbot JM, A Miller-Rushing. 2008. An era of opportunity for students. Guest editorial in: Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 6: 59-59

Recent Posts

  1. Fungal melanin paper published in SBB Leave a reply
  2. Aine to work at Center for Human Genetics Leave a reply
  3. Reagan wins best poster presentation prize at BU Microbiome Day! Leave a reply