Here’s a list of published papers, pdfs are provided for personal use only:
Pei, Z., Eichenberg, D., Bruelheide, H., Kröber, W., Kühn, P., Li, Y., von Oheimb, G., Purschke, O., Scholten, T., Buscot, F., and Gutknecht, J.L.M. 2016. Soil and tree species traits both shape soil microbial communities during early growth of Chinese subtropical forests. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 96:180-190.
Docherty, K.M., Borton, H., Espinosa, N., Gebhardt, M., Gil-Loaiza, J., Gutknecht, J.L.M., Maes, P.W., Mott, B.M., Parnell, J., Purdy, G., Rodrigues, P.A., Stanish, L., Walser, O., and Gallery, R.E. 2015. Key edaphic properties largely explain temporal and geographic variation in soil microbial communities across four biomes. PLoS One.10:e0135352
Zhang, N, S Wan, J Guo, G Han, JLM Gutknecht, B Schmid, L Yu, W Liu, J Bi, Z Wang, and K Ma (2015) Precipitation modifies the effects of warming and nitrogen addition on soil microbial communities in northern Chinese grasslands. Soil Biology and Biochemistry. 89: 12-23.
Liang, C, JLM Gutknecht, and TC Balser (2015) Microbial lipid and amino sugar responses to long-term simulated global environmental changes in a California annual grassland. Frontiers in Microbiology 6: 385.
Schmidt, J, E Schulz, B Michalzik, F Buscot, and JLM Gutknecht (2015) Carbon input and crop-related changes in microbial biomarker levels strongly affect the turnover and composition of soil organic carbon. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 85: 39-50.
Bierbaß, P, JLM Gutknecht, and B Michalzik (2015). Nest-mounds of the yellow meadow ant (Lasius flavus) at the “Alter Gleisberg”, Central Germany: Hot or cold spots in nutrient cycling? Soil Biology and Biochemistry. 80: 209-217.
Purahong, W, M Schloter, MJ Pecyna, D Kapturska, V Daumlich, S Mital, F Buscot, M Hofrichter, JL Gutknecht, and D Kruger (2014). Uncoupling of microbial community structure and function in decomposing litter across beech forest ecosystems in Central Europe. Scientific Reports. 4: 7014.
Nadrowski, K, K Pietsch, M Baruffol, S Both, J Gutknecht, H Bruelheide, H Heklau, A Kahl, T Kahl, P Niklaus, W Krober, X Liu, X Mi, S Michalski, G von Oheimb, O Purschke, B Schmid, T Fang, E Welk, and C Wirth (2014). Tree Species Traits but Not Diversity Mitigate Stem Breakage in a Subtropical Forest following a Rare and Extreme Ice Storm. PLOS One. 9: e96022.
Fichtner A, C Wilken, W Härdtle, G von Oheimb, and JLM Gutknecht (2014). Effects of anthropogenic disturbances on soil microbial communities in oak forests persist for more than 100 years. Soil Biology and Biochemistry. 70: 79-87.
Harold N, I Schöning, J Gutknecht, T Wubet, F Alt, S Boch, Y Olemann, and M Schrumpf (2014). Soil property and management effects on grassland microbial communities across a latitudinal gradient in Germany. Applied Soil Ecology. 73: 41-50.
Bruelheide H, T Assmann, J Bauhus, S Both, F Buscot, X Chen, BY Ding, W Durka, A Erfmeier, M Fischer, JLM Gutknecht, D Guo, LD Guo, W Härdtle, JS He, A Klein, P Kühn, S Michalski, K Nadrowski, P Niklaus, K Pei, M Scherer-Lorenzen, X Shi, T Scholten, A Schuldt, G Seidler, G von Oheimb, E Welk, C Wirth, T Wubet, X Yang, M Yu, S Zhang, H Zhou, K Ma, B Schmid. (2014). Designing forest biodiversity experiments: general considerations illustrated by a new large experiment in subtropical China. Methods in Ecology and Evolution. 5: 74-89. doi: 10.1111/2041-210X.12126
Zhang N, W Liu , H Yang, X Yu, JLM Gutknecht, Z Zhang, S Wan, K Ma (2013). Soil microbial responses to warming and increased precipitation and their implications for ecosystem C cycling. Oecologia. 173: 1125-1142.
Wu, Y, JLM Gutknecht, K Nadrowski, C Geißler, P Kühn, T Scholten, S Both, A Erfmeier, M Böhnke, H Bruelheide, T Wubet, and F Buscot (2012). Exploring the relationships between soil microbial and plant communities, and soil characteristics in Chinese subtropical forests. Ecosystems. 15: 624-636.
Birkhofer K, I Schöning, F Alt, N Herold, B Klarner, S Marhan, Y Oelmann, T Wubet, K Barto, D Berner, M Bonkowski, F Buscot, A Chatzinotas, R Daniel, T Diekötter, H L. Drake, R Ehnes, G Erdmann, F Faßhauer, A Focks, T Friedl, K Glaser, J Groh1, J Gutknecht, L Hodac, E Kandeler, S Kolb, R Koller, C Lang, G Lohaus, M Maraun, M Maraun, A Meyer, JC Munch, H Nacke, J Overmann, A Polle, M Rillig, S Scheu, M Schloter, E-D Schulze, W Schulze, F Seiffert, J Weinert, C Will, V Wolters, S Wurst, A Yurkov, M Schrumpf (2012). General Relationships between Abiotic Soil Properties and Soil Biota across Spatial Scales and Different Land-Use Types. PLOS One. 7: e43292.
Balser, TC, JLM Gutknecht, and C Liang (2010). How will climate change impact soil microbial communities? In: Soil Microbiology and Sustainable Crop Production, G R Dixon and Emma Tilston, eds. University of Reading Press, Reading, UK. Pp 373-397.
Brown, V, J Gutknecht, L Harden, C Harrison, D Hively, C Jogensen, T Levi, B Pflugeisen, P Rovengno, J Wiedenman, Y Yang, and M Mangel (2010). Understanding and engaging values in policy relevant science. British Ecological Society Bulletin. 41(1): 46-58.
Gutknecht JLM, HAL Henry, and TC Balser (2010). Annual variations in soil extra-cellular enzyme activity in response to simulated climate change, nitrogen deposition, elevated CO2, and burn disturbance, Pedobiologia. 53: 283-293.
Will C, A Thürmer, A Wollherr, H Nacke, N Herold, M Schrumpf, J Gutknecht, T Wubet, F Buscot, and R Daniel (2010). Horizon-specific bacterial community composition of German grassland soils as revealed by pyrosequencing-based analysis of 16S rRNA genes. Applied and Environmental Microbiology. 76: 6751-6759.
Mentzer* JL, RM Goodman, and TC Balser (2006). Microbial response over time to hydrologic and fertilization treatments in a simulated wet prairie. Plant and Soil. 284: 85-100. (Surname changed from Mentzer to Gutknecht in fall of 2006)