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Publications

Frossard, A., Hartmann, M., Frey, B., 2017. Tolerance of the forest soil microbiome to increasing mercury concentrations. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 105, 162-176.

Zablocki, O., Adriaenssens, E.M., Frossard, A., Seely, M., Ramond, J.-B., Cowan, D., 2017. Metaviromes of Extracellular Soil Viruses along a Namib Desert Aridity Gradient. Genome Announcements 5, e01470-01416.

Gunnigle, E., Frossard, A., Ramond, J.-B., Guerrero, L., Seely, M., Cowan, D.A., 2017. Diel-scale temporal dynamics recorded for bacterial groups in Namib Desert soil. Scientific reports 7, 40189.

Mendoza‐Lera, C., Frossard, A., Knie, M., Federlein, L.L., Gessner, M.O., Mutz, M., 2017. Importance of advective mass transfer and sediment surface area for streambed microbial communities. Freshwater Biology 62, 133-145.

Frossard, A., Hammes, F., Gessner, M.O., 2016. Flow cytometric assessment of bacterial abundance in soils, sediments and sludge. Frontiers in Microbiology 7.

de Scally, S., Makhalanyane, T., Frossard, A., Hogg, I., Cowan, D., 2016. Antarctic microbial communities are functionally redundant, adapted and resistant to short term temperature perturbations. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 103, 160-170.

Frossard, A., Ramond, J.-B., Seely, M., Cowan, D.A., 2015. Water regime history drives responses of soil Namib Desert microbial communities to wetting events. Scientific reports 5.

Makhalanyane, T.P., Valverde, A., Gunnigle, E., Frossard, A., Ramond, J.-B., Cowan, D.A., 2015. Microbial ecology of hot desert edaphic systems. FEMS microbiology reviews 39, 203-221.

Ronca, S., Frossard, A., Guerrero, L.D., Makhalanyane, T.P., Aislabie, J.M., Cowan, D.A., 2015. Draft genome sequence of Sphingomonas sp. strain Ant20, isolated from oil-contaminated soil on Ross Island, Antarctica. Genome Announcements 3, e01309-01314.

Gunnigle, E., Ramond, J.-B., Frossard, A., Seeley, M., Cowan, D., 2014. A sequential co-extraction method for DNA, RNA and protein recovery from soil for future system-based approaches. Journal of microbiological methods 103, 118-123.

Frossard, A., Gerull, L., Mutz, M., Gessner, M.O., 2013. Shifts in microbial community structure and function in stream sediments during experimentally simulated riparian succession. FEMS microbiology ecology 84, 398-410.

Frossard, A., Gerull, L., Mutz, M., Gessner, M.O., 2013. Litter supply as a driver of microbial activity and community structure on decomposing leaves: a test in experimental streams. Applied and environmental microbiology 79, 4965-4973.

Mutz, M., Gessner, M.O., Frossard, A., Gerull, L., 2013. C transformation and C accumulation during initial stream succession.

Frossard, A., Gerull, L., Mutz, M., Gessner, M.O., 2012. Disconnect of microbial structure and function: enzyme activities and bacterial communities in nascent stream corridors. The ISME journal 6, 680-691.

Frossard, A., Gerull, L., Mutz, M., Gessner, M.O., 2012. Fungal importance extends beyond litter decomposition in experimental early‐successional streams. Environmental microbiology 14, 2971-2983.

Gerull, L., Frossard, A., Gessner, M.O., Mutz, M., 2012. Effects of shallow and deep sediment disturbance on whole-stream metabolism in experimental sand-bed flumes. Hydrobiologia 683, 297-310.

Gerull, L., Frossard, A., Gessner, M.O., Mutz, M., 2011. Variability of heterotrophic metabolism in small stream corridors of an early successional watershed. Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences 116.

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Frossard, A.; Hartmann, M.; Frey, B., 2017:
Tolerance of the forest soil microbiome to increasing mercury concentrations. Soil Biol. Biochem. 105: 162-176.

Mendoza-Lera, C.; Frossard, A.; Knie, M.; Federlein, L.L.; Gessner, M.O.; Mutz, M., 2017:
Importance of advective mass transfer and sediment surface area for streambed microbial communities. Freshwater Biol. 62, 1: 133-145.

Scola, V.; Ramond, J.-B.; Frossard, A.; Zablocki, O.; Adriaenssens, E.M.; Johnson, R.M.; Seely, M.; Cowan, D.A., 2017:
Namib desert soil microbial community diversity, assembly, and function along a natural xeric gradient. Microb. Ecol. online first, 11 p.

De Scally, S.Z.; Makhalanyane, T.P.; Frossard, A.; Hogg, I.D.; Cowan, D.A., 2016:
Antarctic microbial communities are functionally redundant, adapted and resistant to short term temperature perturbations. Soil Biol. Biochem. 103: 160-170.

Frossard, A.; Hammes, F.; Gessner, M.O., 2016:
Flow Cytometric Assessment of Bacterial Abundance in Soils, Sediments and Sludge. Front. Microbiol. 7: Art. no. 903.

 

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