Ember Morrissey
Ember Morrissey
Associate Professor, West Virginia University
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Salinity affects microbial activity and soil organic matter content in tidal wetlands
EM Morrissey, JL Gillespie, JC Morina, RB Franklin
Global change biology 20 (4), 1351-1362, 2014
Quantitative microbial ecology through stable isotope probing
BA Hungate, RL Mau, E Schwartz, JG Caporaso, P Dijkstra, N van Gestel, ...
Applied and environmental microbiology 81 (21), 7570-7581, 2015
Large‐scale importance of microbial carbon use efficiency and necromass to soil organic carbon
C Wang, L Qu, L Yang, D Liu, E Morrissey, R Miao, Z Liu, Q Wang, Y Fang, ...
Global Change Biology 27 (10), 2039-2048, 2021
Bacterial carbon use plasticity, phylogenetic diversity and the priming of soil organic matter
EM Morrissey, RL Mau, E Schwartz, TA McHugh, P Dijkstra, BJ Koch, ...
The ISME journal 11 (8), 1890-1899, 2017
Phylogenetic organization of bacterial activity
EM Morrissey, RL Mau, E Schwartz, JG Caporaso, P Dijkstra, ...
The ISME journal 10 (9), 2336-2340, 2016
Water from air: an overlooked source of moisture in arid and semiarid regions
TA McHugh, EM Morrissey, SC Reed, BA Hungate, E Schwartz
Scientific Reports 5 (1), 13767, 2015
Using microbial communities and extracellular enzymes to link soil organic matter characteristics to greenhouse gas production in a tidal freshwater wetland
EM Morrissey, DJ Berrier, SC Neubauer, RB Franklin
Biogeochemistry 117, 473-490, 2014
Estimating taxon‐specific population dynamics in diverse microbial communities
BJ Koch, TA McHugh, M Hayer, E Schwartz, SJ Blazewicz, P Dijkstra, ...
Ecosphere 9 (1), e02090, 2018
The temperature sensitivity of soil: microbial biodiversity, growth, and carbon mineralization
C Wang, EM Morrissey, RL Mau, M Hayer, J Piņeiro, MC Mack, JC Marks, ...
The ISME Journal 15 (9), 2738-2747, 2021
Dynamics of extracellular DNA decomposition and bacterial community composition in soil
EM Morrissey, TA McHugh, L Preteska, M Hayer, P Dijkstra, BA Hungate, ...
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 86, 42-49, 2015
Taxon-specific microbial growth and mortality patterns reveal distinct temporal population responses to rewetting in a California grassland soil
SJ Blazewicz, BA Hungate, BJ Koch, EE Nuccio, E Morrissey, EL Brodie, ...
The ISME journal 14 (6), 1520-1532, 2020
Evolutionary history constrains microbial traits across environmental variation
EM Morrissey, RL Mau, M Hayer, XJA Liu, E Schwartz, P Dijkstra, BJ Koch, ...
Nature Ecology & Evolution 3 (7), 1064-1069, 2019
Nutrients cause consolidation of soil carbon flux to small proportion of bacterial community
BW Stone, J Li, BJ Koch, SJ Blazewicz, P Dijkstra, M Hayer, ...
Nature communications 12 (1), 3381, 2021
Evolutionary history influences the salinity preference of bacterial taxa in wetland soils
EM Morrissey, RB Franklin
Frontiers in Microbiology 6, 152919, 2015
Predictive genomic traits for bacterial growth in culture versus actual growth in soil
J Li, RL Mau, P Dijkstra, BJ Koch, E Schwartz, XJA Liu, EM Morrissey, ...
The ISME journal 13 (9), 2162-2172, 2019
Novel microbial community composition and carbon biogeochemistry emerge over time following saltwater intrusion in wetlands
C Dang, EM Morrissey, SC Neubauer, RB Franklin
Global change biology 25 (2), 549-561, 2019
Changes in abundance and community structure of nitrate-reducing bacteria along a salinity gradient in tidal wetlands
RB Franklin, EM Morrissey, JC Morina
Pedobiologia 60, 21-26, 2017
The functional significance of bacterial predators
BA Hungate, JC Marks, ME Power, E Schwartz, KJ van Groenigen, ...
Mbio 12 (2), 10.1128/mbio. 00466-21, 2021
Bacterial, fungal, and plant communities exhibit no biomass or compositional response to two years of simulated nitrogen deposition in a semiarid grassland
TA McHugh, EM Morrissey, RC Mueller, LV Gallegos‐Graves, CR Kuske, ...
Environmental Microbiology 19 (4), 1600-1611, 2017
Co-occurring mangroves and salt marshes differ in microbial community composition
CR Barreto, EM Morrissey, DD Wykoff, SK Chapman
Wetlands 38, 497-508, 2018
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