Sheel Bansal
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Linking vegetation change, carbon sequestration and biodiversity: insights from island ecosystems in a long‐term natural experiment
DA Wardle, M Jonsson, S Bansal, RD Bardgett, MJ Gundale, DB Metcalfe
Journal of Ecology 100 (1), 16-30, 2012
1622012
Carbon balance of conifer seedlings at timberline: relative changes in uptake, storage, and utilization
S Bansal, MJ Germino
Oecologia 158 (2), 217, 2008
762008
The interactive effects of temperature and light on biological nitrogen fixation in boreal forests
MJ Gundale, M Nilsson, S Bansal, A Jäderlund
New Phytologist 194 (2), 453-463, 2012
742012
Climate‐related genetic variation in drought‐resistance of Douglas‐fir (Pseudotsuga menziesii)
S Bansal, CA Harrington, PJ Gould, JB St. Clair
Global Change Biology 21 (2), 947-958, 2015
712015
Synergistic, additive and antagonistic impacts of drought and herbivory on Pinus sylvestris: leaf, tissue and whole-plant responses and recovery
S Bansal, G Hallsby, MO Löfvenius, MC Nilsson
Tree physiology 33 (5), 451-463, 2013
582013
Temporal variation of nonstructural carbohydrates in montane conifers: similarities and differences among developmental stages, species and environmental conditions
S Bansal, MJ Germino
Tree Physiology 29 (4), 559-568, 2009
502009
Linking carbon balance to establishment patterns: comparison of whitebark pine and Engelmann spruce seedlings along an herb cover exposure gradient at treeline
S Bansal, K Reinhardt, MJ Germino
Plant Ecology 212 (2), 219-228, 2011
392011
Annual grass invasion in sagebrush steppe: the relative importance of climate, soil properties and biotic interactions
S Bansal, RL Sheley
Oecologia 181 (2), 543-557, 2016
382016
Will changes in phenology track climate change? A study of growth initiation timing in coast Douglas‐fir
KR Ford, CA Harrington, S Bansal, PJ Gould, JB St. Clair
Global Change Biology 22 (11), 3712-3723, 2016
362016
Direct and indirect drivers of moss community structure, function, and associated microfauna across a successional gradient
M Jonsson, P Kardol, MJ Gundale, S Bansal, MC Nilsson, DB Metcalfe, ...
Ecosystems 18 (1), 154-169, 2015
312015
The effects of precipitation and soil type on three invasive annual grasses in the western United States
S Bansal, JJ James, RL Sheley
Journal of Arid Environments 104, 38-42, 2014
302014
Plant litter effects on soil nutrient availability and vegetation dynamics: changes that occur when annual grasses invade shrub-steppe communities
S Bansal, RL Sheley, B Blank, EA Vasquez
Plant ecology 215 (3), 367-378, 2014
302014
Abundant carbon substrates drive extremely high sulfate reduction rates and methane fluxes in prairie pothole wetlands
P Dalcin Martins, DW Hoyt, S Bansal, CT Mills, M Tfaily, BA Tangen, ...
Global change biology 23 (8), 3107-3120, 2017
292017
Tolerance to multiple climate stressors: A case study of Douglas‐fir drought and cold hardiness
S Bansal, CA Harrington, JB St. Clair
Ecology and evolution 6 (7), 2074-2083, 2016
262016
Impact of climate change on cold hardiness of Douglas‐fir (Pseudotsuga menziesii): environmental and genetic considerations
S Bansal, JB St. Clair, CA Harrington, PJ Gould
Global change biology 21 (10), 3814-3826, 2015
262015
Variation in ecophysiological properties among conifers at an ecotonal boundary: comparison of establishing seedlings and established adults at timberline
S Bansal, MJ Germino
Journal of Vegetation Science 21 (1), 133-142, 2010
252010
Temperature and hydrology affect methane emissions from prairie pothole wetlands
S Bansal, B Tangen, R Finocchiaro
Wetlands 36 (2), 371-381, 2016
192016
Unique responses of respiration, growth, and non-structural carbohydrate storage in sink tissue of conifer seedlings to an elevation gradient at timberline
S Bansal, MJ Germino
Environmental and Experimental Botany 69 (3), 313-319, 2010
172010
Response of photosynthetic carbon gain to ecosystem retrogression of vascular plants and mosses in the boreal forest
S Bansal, MC Nilsson, DA Wardle
Oecologia 169 (3), 661-672, 2012
162012
Typha (Cattail) Invasion in North American Wetlands: Biology, Regional Problems, Impacts, Ecosystem Services, and Management
S Bansal, SC Lishawa, S Newman, BA Tangen, D Wilcox, D Albert, ...
Wetlands 39 (4), 645-684, 2019
142019
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