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Matthew Bowker

  • PhD
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Research Interests

biological soil crusts aridland ecology deserts soil ecology plant ecology

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Biological crusts as a model system for examining the biodiversity–ecosystem function relationship in soils

  • Bowker M
  • Maestre F
  • Escolar C
Soil Biology and Biochemistry (2010)
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Competition increases with abiotic stress and regulates the diversity of biological soil crusts

  • Bowker M
  • Soliveres S
  • Maestre F
Journal of Ecology (2010)
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Do biotic interactions modulate ecosystem functioning along stress gradients? Insights from semi-arid plant and biological soil crust communities.

  • Maestre F
  • Bowker M
  • Escolar C
  • Puche M
  • Soliveres S
  • Maltez-Mouro S
  • García-Palacios P
  • Castillo-Monroy A
  • Martínez I
  • Escudero A
Philosophical transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Biological sciences (2010)
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Stand-structural effects on Heterobasidion abietinum-related mortality following drought events in Abies pinsapo.

  • Linares J
  • Camarero J
  • Bowker M
  • Ochoa V
  • Carreira J
Oecologia (2010)
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Biological Soil Crust Rehabilitation in Theory and Practice: An Underexploited Opportunity

  • Bowker M
Restoration Ecology (2007)
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