Syrie M. Hermans
Syrie M. Hermans
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Bacteria as emerging indicators of soil condition
SM Hermans, HL Buckley, BS Case, F Curran-Cournane, M Taylor, ...
Applied and environmental microbiology 83 (1), e02826-16, 2017
Using soil bacterial communities to predict physico-chemical variables and soil quality
SM Hermans, HL Buckley, BS Case, F Curran-Cournane, M Taylor, ...
Microbiome 8 (1), 79, 2020
Methods for the extraction, storage, amplification and sequencing of DNA from environmental samples
G Lear, I Dickie, J Banks, S Boyer, HL Buckley, TR Buckley, ...
New Zealand Journal of Ecology 42 (1), 10-50A, 2018
Optimal extraction methods for the simultaneous analysis of DNA from diverse organisms and sample types
SM Hermans, HL Buckley, G Lear
Molecular ecology resources 18 (3), 557-569, 2018
Microbial assemblages and bioindicators as proxies for ecosystem health status: potential and limitations
C Astudillo-García, SM Hermans, B Stevenson, HL Buckley, G Lear
Applied microbiology and biotechnology 103, 6407-6421, 2019
A systematic review of sources of variability and uncertainty in eDNA data for environmental monitoring
C Mathieu, SM Hermans, G Lear, TR Buckley, KC Lee, HL Buckley
Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 8, 135, 2020
Groundwater bacterial communities evolve over time in response to recharge
L Yan, SM Hermans, KU Totsche, R Lehmann, M Herrmann, K Küsel
Water research 201, 117290, 2021
Phospholipid fatty acid (PLFA) analysis as a tool to estimate absolute abundances from compositional 16S rRNA bacterial metabarcoding data
N Lewe, S Hermans, G Lear, LT Kelly, G Thomson-Laing, B Weisbrod, ...
Journal of Microbiological Methods 188, 106271, 2021
Connecting through space and time: catchment‐scale distributions of bacteria in soil, stream water and sediment
SM Hermans, HL Buckley, BS Case, G Lear
Environmental microbiology 22 (3), 1000-1010, 2020
From pine to pasture: land use history has long-term impacts on soil bacterial community composition and functional potential
SM Hermans, M Taylor, G Grelet, F Curran-Cournane, HL Buckley, ...
FEMS Microbiology Ecology 96 (4), fiaa041, 2020
The soil microbiome: An essential, but neglected, component of regenerative agroecosystems
SM Hermans, G Lear, BS Case, HL Buckley
Iscience 26 (2), 2023
Perspectives on the impact of sampling design and intensity on soil microbial diversity estimates
SM Hermans, HL Buckley, G Lear
Frontiers in Microbiology 10, 446998, 2019
Environmental DNA sampling detects between-habitat variation in soil arthropod communities, but is a poor indicator of fine-scale spatial and seasonal variation
SM Hermans, G Lear, TR Buckley, HL Buckley
Ecological Indicators 140, 109040, 2022
Land use modification causes slow, but predictable, change in soil microbial community composition and functional potential
Z Louisson, SM Hermans, HL Buckley, BS Case, M Taylor, ...
Environmental Microbiome 18 (1), 30, 2023
High dietary niche overlap between non-native and native ant species in natural ecosystems
AF Probert, DF Ward, JR Beggs, SJ Bury, SM Hermans, G Lear, ...
Environmental Entomology 50 (1), 86-96, 2021
Temporal variation in soil bacterial communities can be confounded with spatial variation
SM Hermans, HL Buckley, F Curran-Cournane, M Taylor, G Lear
FEMS Microbiology Ecology 96 (12), fiaa192, 2020
What is the role of biodiversity in mediating the effects of climate change on New Zealand’s future agroecosystems?
B Case, D Hall, N Day, S Hermans, H Buckley
New Zealand Economic Papers 57 (2), 139-143, 2023
Natural and anthropogenic factors influencing the biogeography of soil bacteria
S Hermans
Masters Thesis-University of Auckland, 2015
Soil conditions are a more important determinant of microbial community composition and functional potential than neighbouring plant diversity
Z Louisson, MJ Gutiérrez-Ginés, M Taylor, HL Buckley, SM Hermans, ...
iScience, 2024
Monitoring the effects of anthropogenic activity on soil bacterial communities
S Hermans, M Taylor, F Curran-Cournane, GK Lear
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