My publications

Kaisermann, A., F.T. de Vries, R.I. Griffiths, and R.D. Bardgett (2017). Legacy effects of drought on plant-soil feedbacks and plant-plant interactions. New Phytologist 215:1413-1424.

De Vries, F.T. and M.D. Wallenstein (2017) Below-ground connections underlying above-ground food production: a framework for optimising ecological connections in the rhizosphere. Journal of Ecology 105:913-920.

Key, G., M.G. Whitfield, J. Cooper, F.T de Vries, M. Collison, T. Dedousis, R. Heathcote, B. Roth, S. Mohammed, A. Molyneux, W.H. van der Putten, L.V. Dicks, W.J. Sutherland, R.D. Bardgett (2016) Knowledge needs, available actions and future challenges in agricultural soils. SOIL 2:511-521.

De Vries, F.T. and T. Caruso (2016) Eating from the same plate? Revisiting the role of labile carbon inputs in the soil food web. Soil Biology & Biochemistry 102:4-9.

De Vries, F. T., C. Brown, and C.J. Stevens (2016) Grassland species root response to drought: consequences for soil carbon and nitrogen availability. Plant and Soil 409:297-312.

Thion, C., J. Poirel, T. Cornulier, F.T. De Vries, R.D. Bardgett and J.I. Prosser (2016) Plant nitrogen-use strategy as a driver of rhizosphere archaeal and bacterial ammonia oxidiser abundance. FEMS Microbiology Ecology .

Griffiths, B.S, J. Römbke, R. Schmelz, A. Scheffczyk, J. Faber, J. Bloem, G. Pérès, D. Cluzeau, A. Chabbi, M. Suhadolc, P. Sousa, P. Martins da Silva, F. Carvalho, S. Mendes, P. Morais, R. Francisco, C. Pereira, M. Bonkowski, S. Geisen, R. Bardgett, F.T. de Vries, T. Bolger, T. Dirilgen, O. Schmidt, A. Winding, N. Hendriksen, A. Johansen, L. Philippot, P. Plassart, D. Bru, B. Thompson, R. Griffiths, A. Keith, M. Rutgers, C. Mulder, E. Hannula, R. Creamer, D. Stone (2016) Selecting cost effective and policy-relevant biological indicators for European monitoring of soil biodiversity and ecosystem function. Ecological Indicators 69:213-223.

De Vries, F.T. and R.D. Bardgett (2016) Plant community controls on short-term ecosystem nitrogen retention. New Phytologist 210:861-874.

De Vries, F.T. (2016) Soil organisms and climate change. What are the impacts? Biological Sciences Review 29(1):22-26.

Bardgett, R.D., F.T. de Vries, and W.H. van der Putten (2016) Soil biodiversity and ecosystem functioning. In: Microbial Biomass – A paradigm shift in terrestrial biogeochemistry. K. Tate (Ed.): 199-140.

 De Vries, F.T. and R.D. Bardgett (2015) Climate change effects on soil biota in the UK. Terrestrial Biodiversity Climate change Impacts Report Card Technical paper. Bodsey Ecology Limited, Huntingdon, UK. Source paper for Biodiversity Climate Change Impacts Report Card 2015.

Ramirez, K.S., M. Döring, N. Eisenhauer, C. Gardi, J. Ladau, J.W. Leff, G. Lentendu, Z. Lindo, M.C. Rillig, D. Russell, S. Scheu, M.G. St. John, F.T. de Vries, T. Wubet, W.H. van der Putten, and D.H Wall (2015) Towards a global platform for linking soil biodiversity data. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 3:91.

Manning, P., F.T. de Vries, J.R.B. Tallowin, S.R. Mortimer, E.S. Pilgrim, K.A. Harrison, D.G. Wright, H. Quirk, J. Benson, B. Shipley, J.H.C. Cornelissen, J. Kattge, G. Bönisch, C. Wirth, and R.D. Bardgett (2015) Simple measures of climate, soil properties and plant traits predict national scale grassland soil carbon stocks. Journal of Applied Ecology 52:1188-1196.

De Vries, F.T., H. Bracht Jørgensen, K. Hedlund, and R.D. Bardgett (2015) Disentangling plant and soil microbial controls on carbon and nitrogen loss in grassland mesocosms. Journal of Ecology, 103:629-640.

Tsiafouli, M., E. Thébault, S. Sgardelis, P. de Ruiter, W.H. van der Putten, K. Birkhofer, L. Hemerik, F.T. de Vries, R. Bardgett, M. Brady, L. Bjørnlund, H. Jørgensen, S. Christensen, T. D’Hertefeldt, S. Hotes, W.H.G. Hol, J. Frouz, M. Liiri, S. Mortimer, H. Setala, J. Tzanopoulos, K. Uteseny, Karoline, V. Pižl, J. Stary, V. Wolters, K. Hedlund (2015) Intensive agriculture reduces soil biodiversity across EuropeGlobal Change Biology 21:973-985.

Bardgett, R.D., L. Mommer, and F.T. de Vries (2014) Going underground: root traits as drivers of ecosystem processesTrends in Ecology and Evolution 29:692-699.

Setälä, H., R. D. Bardgett, K. Birkhofer, M. Brady, L. Byrne, P. C. de Ruiter, F.T. de Vries, C. Gardi, K. Hedlund, L. Hemerik, S. Hotes, M. Liiri, S. R. Mortimer, M. Pavao-Zuckerman, R. Pouyat, M. Tsiafouli, W.H. van der Putten (2014) Urban and agricultural soils: conflicts and trade-offs in the optimization of ecosystem services. Urban Ecosystems 17:239-253.

De Vries, F.T. and A. Shade (2013) Controls on soil microbial community stability under climate change. Frontiers in Microbiology 4:265.

De Vries, F.T., E. Thébault, M. Liiri, K. Birkhofer, M.A. Tsiafouli, L. Bjørnlund, H. Bracht Jørgensen, M.V. Brady, S. Christensen, P.C. de Ruiter, T. d’Hertefeldt, J. Frouzk, K. Hedlund, L. Hemerik, W.H.G. Hol, S. Hotes, S.R. Mortimer, H. Setälä, S.P. Sgardelis, K. Uteseny, W.H. van der Putten, V. Wolters, and R.D. Bardgett (2013) Soil food web properties explain ecosystem services across European land use systems. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 110:14296-14301. Faculty of 1000 Recommended Web of Science Highly Cited Paper.

De Vries, F.T. (2013) A short history of aboveground-belowground interactions. BES Bulletin 44(2): 46-47.

Bardgett, R.D., P. Manning, E. Morriën, and F.T. de Vries (2013) Hierarchical responses of plant-soil interactions to climate change: consequences for the global carbon cycle. Journal of Ecology 101:334-343.

De Vries, F.T., J. Bloem, H. Quirk, C.J. Stevens, R. Bol, and R.D. Bardgett (2012) Extensive management promotes plant and microbial nitrogen retention in temperate grassland. PLoS ONE 7:e51201. Faculty of 1000 Recommended

De Vries, F.T., P. Manning, J. Tallowin, S.R. Mortimer, E. Pilgrim, K. Harrison, P. Hobbs, H. Quirk, B. Shipley, H.J.C. Cornelissen, J. Kattge, and R.D. Bardgett (2012) Abiotic drivers and plant traits explain landscape-scale patterns in soil microbial communities. Ecology Letters 15:1230-1239.

De Vries, F.T. and R.D. Bardgett (2012) Plant-microbial linkages and ecosystem N retention: lessons for sustainable agriculture. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 10:425-432.

De Vries, F.T., M. Liiri, L. Bjørnlund, H. Setälä, S. Christensen, and R.D. Bardgett (2012) Legacy effects of drought on plant growth and the soil food web. Oecologia 170:821-833.

Thiele-Bruhn, S., J. Bloem, F.T. De Vries, K. Kalbitz, C. Wagg (2012) Linking soil biodiversity and agricultural management. Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability 4:523-528.

De Vries, F.T., M. Liiri, L. Bjørnlund, M. Bowker, S. Christensen, H. Setälä, and R.D. Bardgett (2012) Land use alters the resistance and resilience of soil food webs to drought. Nature Climate Change 2:276-280. Web of Science Highly Cited Paper.

De Vries, F.T. and R.D. Bardgett (2012) Soil Ecology. In Oxford Bibliographies Online: Ecology. Ed. D. Gibson. New York: Oxford University Press.

De Vries, F.T. (2012) Hard Core Glacier Sampling. BES Bulletin 43(4):48-50.

Ramirez, K.S., R.D. Bardgett, B. Fricks, L. Montanarella, J. Six, W.H. van der Putten, D.H. Wall, N. Ameloot, F. Ayuke, S.A. Banwart, D.E. Bignell, H. Black, D. Bossio, V.J. Bruckman, L. Brussaard, C. Campbell, K. Campbell, T. Soares de Carvalho, J.M. Cooper, H.L. Coutinho, K.W.T. Goulding, R.I. Griffiths, J. Harris, D.W. Hopkins, B. Houskova, W. Jehne, P. Lemanceau, Z. Lindo, P. Murray, A. Muscolo, A. Ogram, K. Ritz, J. Rombke, K. Scow, F.T de Vries, and V. Wolters (2012) White Paper on the First Open Meeting of the Global Soil Biodiversity Initiative (GSBI) Held in London, England, 30 March 2012. 

De Vries, F.T. (2011) A peek behind the curtains of the BES mentoring scheme for women in ecology. BES Bulletin 42(3):19

De Vries, F.T., J.W. van Groenigen, E. Hoffland, and J. Bloem (2011) Nitrogen losses from two grassland soils with different fungal biomass. Soil Biology & Biochemistry 43:997-1005.

Bardgett, R. D., J.N. Quinton, and F.T. de Vries (2011) Managing soils for ecosystem services. Public Service Review: UK Science & Technology 1:14-15.

De Vries, F.T., E. Bååth, T.W. Kuyper, and J. Bloem (2009) High turnover of fungal hyphae in incubation experiments. FEMS Microbiology Ecology 67:389-396.

De Vries, F.T. (2009) Soil fungi and nitrogen cycling: causes and consequences of changing fungal biomass in grasslands. PhD thesis, Wageningen University.

Van Eekeren, N., D. van Liere, F.T. de Vries, M. Rutgers, R. de Goede, and L. Brussaard (2009) A mixture of grass and clover combines the positive effects of both plant species on selected soil biota. Applied Soil Ecology 42:254-263.

De Vries, F.T., J. Bloem, N. van Eekeren, L. Brussaard, and E. Hoffland (2007) Fungal biomass in pastures increases with age and reduced N input. Soil Biology & Biochemistry 39:1620-1630.

Wijnhoven, S., R. Leuven, G. van der Velde, G. Jungheim, E.I. Koelemij, F.T. de Vries, H.P.J. Eijsackers, and A.J.M. Smits (2007) Heavy-metal concentrations in small mammals from a diffusely polluted floodplain: Importance of species- and location-specific characteristics. Archives of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology 52:603-613.

De Vries, F.T., E. Hoffland, N. van Eekeren, L. Brussaard, and J. Bloem (2006) Fungal/bacterial ratios in grasslands with contrasting nitrogen management. Soil Biology & Biochemistry 38:2092-2103. Web of Science Highly Cited Paper.

Postma-Blaauw, M.B., F.T. de Vries, R.G.M. de Goede, J. Bloem, J.H. Faber, and L. Brussaard (2005) Within trophic group interactions of bacterivorous nematode species and their effects on the bacterial community and nitrogen mineralization. Oecologia 142:428-439.

De Vries, F.T. (2003) Practical use of a hydrological model for peatlands in Borneo. Modeling the Sungai Sebangau catchment in Central Kalimantan, Indonesia. Wageningen, Alterra, Green World Research. Alterra report 797. 87pp.


One comment on “My publications

  1. Deano says:

    Hi Franciska
    Are either of your two papers on soil/ sustainable agriculture available to non-academics.
    I’m currently experimenting with grain plycultures and waiting to go to Uni as an elderly student.

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