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She uses stable isotope techniques to investigate carbon storage in soils, water losses from plants, and nitrogen turnover by soil microbes. She works closely with postdocs and students to conduct basic and applied research on ecosystems in Australia and beyond. I'm interested in the metabolism of terrestrial ecosystems - the breathing of the Earth - and how it can mitigate climate change Key research questions investigate how climate change and ecological disturbances might impact carbon storage and water loss from these sensitive ecosystems.
Professor Elise Pendall (Theme Leader - Soil Biology and Genomics)
Elise has authored more than 80 refereed journal articles, including a highly cited synthesis of belowground process responses to climate change. Recently, she has shown that plant species mediate feedbacks to climate change by altering decomposition and nutrient cycling processes, and ecosystem respiration decreases with warming in a semiarid grassland, with important influences of prior soil moisture and temperature.
UNSP e Evidence from a lodgepole pine forest', Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, vol. Ogle K, Pendall E, 'Isotope partitioning of soil respiration: A Bayesian solution to accommodate multiple sources of variability', Journal of Geophysical Research-Biogeosciences, vol. Schwendenmann L, Pendall E, Sanchez-Bragado R, Kunert N, Holscher D, 'Tree water uptake in a tropical plantation varying in tree diversity: interspecific differences, seasonal shifts and complementarity', Ecohydrology, vol.