Akihiro Koyama
Akihiro Koyama
Assistant Professor, Michigan State University
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Soil bacterial community composition altered by increased nutrient availability in Arctic tundra soils
A Koyama, MD Wallenstein, RT Simpson, JC Moore
Frontiers in microbiology 5, 100481, 2014
Greater ecosystem carbon in the Mojave Desert after ten years exposure to elevated CO2
RD Evans, A Koyama, DL Sonderegger, TN Charlet, BA Newingham, ...
Nature Climate Change 4 (5), 394-397, 2014
Plant communities mediate the interactive effects of invasion and drought on soil microbial communities
C Fahey, A Koyama, PM Antunes, K Dunfield, SL Flory
The ISME Journal 14 (6), 1396-1409, 2020
Plant traits, stoichiometry and microbes as drivers of decomposition in the rhizosphere in a temperate grassland
Y Carrillo, C Bell, A Koyama, A Canarini, CM Boot, M Wallenstein, ...
Journal of Ecology 105 (6), 1750-1765, 2017
Soil bacterial community responses to altered precipitation and temperature regimes in an old field grassland are mediated by plants
A Koyama, JM Steinweg, ML Haddix, JS Dukes, MD Wallenstein
FEMS microbiology ecology 94 (1), fix156, 2018
Ectomycorrhizal colonization and growth of the hybrid larch F1 under elevated CO2 and O3
X Wang, L Qu, Q Mao, M Watanabe, Y Hoshika, A Koyama, K Kawaguchi, ...
Environmental Pollution 197, 116-126, 2015
Temperature sensitivity of soil microbial communities: An application of macromolecular rate theory to microbial respiration
CJ Alster, A Koyama, NG Johnson, MD Wallenstein, JC von Fischer
Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences 121 (6), 1420-1433, 2016
Carbon-degrading enzyme activities stimulated by increased nutrient availability in arctic tundra soils
A Koyama, MD Wallenstein, RT Simpson, JC Moore
Plos one 8 (10), e77212, 2013
Wildfire effects on soil gross nitrogen transformation rates in coniferous forests of central Idaho, USA
A Koyama, KL Kavanagh, K Stephan
Ecosystems 13, 1112-1126, 2010
Marine nitrogen in central Idaho riparian forests: evidence from stable isotopes
A Koyama, K Kavanagh, A Robinson
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 62 (3), 518-526, 2005
Elevated [CO2] changes soil organic matter composition and substrate diversity in an arid ecosystem
MM Tfaily, NJ Hess, A Koyama, RD Evans
Geoderma 330, 1-8, 2018
Plant geographic origin and phylogeny as potential drivers of community structure in root‐inhabiting fungi
A Koyama, H Maherali, PM Antunes
Journal of Ecology 107 (4), 1720-1736, 2019
Effects of spring prescribed burning and wildfires on watershed nitrogen dynamics of central Idaho headwater areas
K Stephan, KL Kavanagh, A Koyama
Forest Ecology and Management 263, 240-252, 2012
Fire effects on gross inorganic N transformation in riparian soils in coniferous forests of central Idaho, USA: wildfires v. prescribed fires
A Koyama, K Stephan, KL Kavanagh
International Journal of Wildland Fire 21 (1), 69-78, 2011
Mycorrhizas as nutrient and energy pumps of soil food webs: Multitrophic interactions and feedbacks
PM Antunes, A Koyama
Mycorrhizal mediation of soil, 149-173, 2017
Co-variation in methanotroph community composition and activity in three temperate grassland soils
CR Judd, A Koyama, MP Simmons, P Brewer, JC von Fischer
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 95, 78-86, 2016
Effects of simulated nitrogen deposition on ectomycorrhizae community structure in hybrid larch and its parents grown in volcanic ash soil: The role of phosphorous
X Wang, E Agathokleous, L Qu, S Fujita, M Watanabe, Y Tamai, Q Mao, ...
Science of the total environment 618, 905-915, 2018
Plant and microbial biomarkers suggest mechanisms of soil organic carbon accumulation in a Mojave Desert ecosystem under elevated CO2
A Koyama, B Harlow, CR Kuske, J Belnap, RD Evans
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 120, 48-57, 2018
Comparing the Influence of Wildfire and Prescribed Burns on Watershed Nitrogen Biogeochemistry Using 15N Natural Abundance in Terrestrial and Aquatic …
K Stephan, KL Kavanagh, A Koyama
PLoS One 10 (4), e0119560, 2015
Wildfire effects on physiological properties in conifers of central Idaho forests, USA
MTC Thompson, A Koyama, KL Kavanagh
Trees 31, 545-555, 2017
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