Paul Kardol
Paul Kardol
Associate Professor / Researcher, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences
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Plant–soil feedbacks: the past, the present and future challenges
WH Van der Putten, RD Bardgett, JD Bever, TM Bezemer, BB Casper, ...
Journal of Ecology 101 (2), 265-276, 2013
7782013
Temporal variation in plant–soil feedback controls succession
P Kardol, T Martijn Bezemer, WH Van Der Putten
Ecology letters 9 (9), 1080-1088, 2006
5102006
Microbe-mediated plant-soil feedback causes historical contingency effects in plant community assembly
P Kardol, NJ Cornips, MML Van Kempen, JMT Bakx-Schotman, ...
Ecological monographs 77 (2), 147-162, 2007
3852007
How understanding aboveground–belowground linkages can assist restoration ecology
P Kardol, DA Wardle
Trends in ecology & evolution 25 (11), 670-679, 2010
3212010
Soil ecosystem functioning under climate change: plant species and community effects
P Kardol, MA Cregger, CE Campany, AT Classen
Ecology 91 (3), 767-781, 2010
2782010
Fungal biomass development in a chronosequence of land abandonment
A van der Wal, JA van Veen, W Smant, HTS Boschker, J Bloem, P Kardol, ...
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 38 (1), 51-60, 2006
2152006
Climate change effects on plant biomass alter dominance patterns and community evenness in an experimental old‐field ecosystem
P Kardol, CE Campany, L Souza, RJ Norby, JF Weltzin, AT Classen
Global Change Biology 16 (10), 2676-2687, 2010
199*2010
Climate change effects on soil microarthropod abundance and community structure
P Kardol, WN Reynolds, RJ Norby, AT Classen
Applied Soil Ecology 47 (1), 37-44, 2011
1882011
Plant-soil feedback and the maintenance of diversity in Mediterranean-climate shrublands
FP Teste, P Kardol, BL Turner, DA Wardle, G Zemunik, M Renton, ...
Science 355 (6321), 173-176, 2017
1532017
Soil food web structure during ecosystem development after land abandonment
R Holtkamp, P Kardol, A van der Wal, SC Dekker, WH van der Putten, ...
applied soil ecology 39 (1), 23-34, 2008
1402008
Nitrogen deposition weakens plant–microbe interactions in grassland ecosystems
C Wei, Q Yu, E Bai, X Lü, QI Li, J Xia, P Kardol, W Liang, Z Wang, X Han
Global change biology 19 (12), 3688-3697, 2013
1392013
Resource availability mediates the importance of priority effects in plant community assembly and ecosystem function
P Kardol, L Souza, AT Classen
Oikos 122 (1), 84-94, 2013
1232013
Biotic plant–soil feedbacks across temporal scales
P Kardol, GB De Deyn, E Laliberté, P Mariotte, CV Hawkes
Journal of Ecology 101 (2), 309-315, 2013
1192013
Successional trajectories of soil nematode and plant communities in a chronosequence of ex-arable lands
P Kardol, TM Bezemer, A van der Wal, WH Van der Putten
Biological Conservation 126 (3), 317-327, 2005
1092005
Global patterns and substrate‐based mechanisms of the terrestrial nitrogen cycle
S Niu, AT Classen, JS Dukes, P Kardol, L Liu, Y Luo, L Rustad, J Sun, ...
Ecology Letters 19 (6), 697-709, 2016
992016
Subordinate plant species enhance community resistance against drought in semi‐natural grasslands
P Mariotte, C Vandenberghe, P Kardol, F Hagedorn, A Buttler
Journal of Ecology 101 (3), 763-773, 2013
992013
Getting plant—soil feedbacks out of the greenhouse: experimental and conceptual approaches
A Kulmatiski, P Kardol
Progress in botany, 449-472, 2008
992008
Interactions with soil biota shift from negative to positive when a tree species is moved outside its native range
MJ Gundale, P Kardol, MC Nilsson, U Nilsson, RW Lucas, DA Wardle
New phytologist 202 (2), 415-421, 2014
892014
A test of the hierarchical model of litter decomposition
MA Bradford, GFC Veen, A Bonis, EM Bradford, AT Classen, ...
Nature ecology & evolution 1 (12), 1836-1845, 2017
852017
Modelling C and N mineralisation in soil food webs during secondary succession on ex-arable land
R Holtkamp, A Van der Wal, P Kardol, WH Van der Putten, PC De Ruiter, ...
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 43 (2), 251-260, 2011
792011
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