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All abstracts by David J Beerling in conference series: Goldschmidt

(2018) Enhanced Rock Weathering in Agroecosystem Field Trials, Illinois, USA
Andrews G, Pearce C, James R, Masters M, Kantola I, DeLucia E & Beerling D

(2017) Experimental Evidence for the Role of Land Plant Evolutuion in the Intensification of Mineral Weathering
Quirk J, Leake J & Beerling D

(2016) Orbital Forcing of Wetland Methane Feedbacks during Paleogene Greenhouse Climates
Badger M, Valdes P, Rohrssen M, Wilton D, Beerling D & Pancost R

(2016) Photosynthate Carbon-Energy Flux to the Rhizosphere as a Unifying Concept for Understanding Biological Mineral Weathering
Quirk J, Beerling D, Taylor L, Thorley R, Morris J & Leake J

(2015) Coupled Model-Data Approach to Terrestrial Methane Cycling during Paleogene Greenhouse Climates
Badger M, Rohrssen M, Inglis G, Naafs BD, Pancost R, Valdes P, Wilton D, Beerling D, Collinson M, Kennedy E, Singh P & Singh M

(2015) Artificially Retuning the Global Weathering Thermostat to Cool the Planet over the 21st Century
Beerling D

(2015) The Role of Forest Trees and their Mycorrhizal Fungi in Carbonate Weathering and Phosphorus Biogeochemical Cycling
Thorley R, Beerling D, Leake J & Banwart S

(2014) Evolutionary Advances in Land Plants and Fungal Symbioses: Effects on Global Biogeochemical Cycles
Leake J, Quirk J, Thorley R, Morris J, Stein W, Berry C, Marshall J, Mannolini F, Banwart S & Beerling D

(2014) Evolutionary Advances in Tree-Fungal Partnerships Accelerate Carbonate Mineral Weathering
Thorley R, Leake J, Banwart S & Beerling D

(2013) Atmospheric CO2 Starvation of Trees Arrests Mycorrhizal-Driven Silicate Weathering
Beerling D, Quirk J, Taylor L, Banwart S & Leake J

(2012) Laboratory Mesocosm Experiments to Quantify Effects of Elevated CO2, Plant Evolution, and Mycorrhizal Status on Carbon Flux and Weathering
Andrews M, Leake J, Kakonyi G, Romero-Gonzalez M, Banwart S & Beerling D

(2011) Integrating Multi-Scale Experiments and Modeling to Couple Biotic Weathering at Nano and Global Scales
Bridge J, Taylor L, Banwart S, Leake J, Beerling D, McMaster T & Benning L

(2011) Mycorrhizal Weathering Through Space and Time: Implications for the Long-Term Carbon Cycle
Taylor L, Banwart S, Leake J & Beerling D

(2011) Insight into Effects of Elevated CO2 and Soil Nutrient Levels on Biological Weathering at the Mesocosm Scale
Andrews MY, Leake JR, Banwart SA & Beerling DJ

(2011) Methane and the PETM: All Good Things Must Come to An End?
Pagani M, DeConto R, Galeotti S & Beerling D

(2010) Mycorrhizal Weathering and the Long-Term Carbon Cycle
Taylor L, Banwart S & Beerling D

(2010) Constraining Global-Scale Weathering Models Through Nano-Scale Ectomycorrhiza-Mineral Interactions
Bridge J, Bonneville S, Saccone L, Schmalenberger A, Duran A, Andrews M, Hardy K, Taylor L, Beerling D, Benning L, Leake J, McMaster T & Banwart S

(2010) Mesocosm-Scale Experimental Quantification of Plant Root-Fungal Associations on Carbon Fluxes and Mineral Weathering
Andrews M, Palmer B, Leake J, Banwart S & Beerling D

(2010) Co-evolution of Land Plants and Mycorrhizal Fungi as Biotic Feedbacks on the Long-Term Carbon Cycle
Beerling D, Andrews M, Quirk J, Palmer B, Banwart S & Leake J

(2010) Insights from Modelling Holocene and Glacial Cycle Atmospheric Methane
Singarayer J, Valdes P, Friedlingstein P, Beerling D & Nelson S

(2010) Elevated Concentrations of Trace Greenhouse Gases during Ancient ‘Greenhouse’ Climates
Beerling D, Fox A, Stevenson D & Valdes P

(2009) Modelling the Impact of Biota and Increasing Atmospheric CO2 on Silicate Mineral Weathering Processes
Banwart S, Taylor L, Leake J & Beerling D

(2009) Arbuscular Mycorrhiza: Mineral-Specific Fungal Interactions
Quirk J, Leake JR & Beerling DJ

(2009) Mycorrhizal Evolution, Biological Weathering and the Long-Term Carbon Cycle
Taylor LL, Leake JR, Quirk J, Hardy K, Banwart SA & Beerling DJ

(2009) Atmospheric Methane over the Past 400 Million Years
Berner R, Beerling D, Mackenzie F, Harfoot M & Pyle J

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