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Publications

  • Lipson, D. 2015. complex relationship between microbial growth rate and yield and its implications for ecosystem processes. Frontiers in Microbiology 6: 615-619.

  • Miller, K., C. Lai, E. Friedman, L. Angenent and D. Lipson. 2015. Methane suppression by iron and humic acids in soils of the Arctic Coastal Plain. Soil Biology & Biochemistry 83: 176-183.

  • Lipson, D., T. Raab, M. Parker, S. Kelley, C. Brislawn and J. Jansson. 2015. Changes in microbial communities along redox gradients in polygonized Arctic wet tundra soils. Environmental Microbiology Reports 7: 649-657.

  • Zona, D., D. Lipson, J. Richards, G. Phoenix, A. Liljedahl, M. Ueyama, C. Sturtevant and W. Oechel. 2014. Delayed responses of an Arctic ecosystem to an extreme summer. Biogeosciences 11: 5877-5888.

  • Mauritz, M., E. Cleland, M. Merkley and D. Lipson. 2014. Influence of Altered Rainfall Regimes on Early Season N Partitioning Among Early Phenology Annual Plants, a Late Phenology Shrub, and Microbes in a Semi-arid Ecosystem. Ecosystems 17: 1354-1370.

  • Lipson, D., C. Kuske, L. Gallegos‐Graves and W. Oechel. 2014. Elevated atmospheric CO2 stimulates soil fungal diversity through increased fine root production in a semiarid shrubland ecosystem. Global Change Biology 20: 2555-2565.

  • Mauritz, M. and D. Lipson. 2013. Altered phenology and temperature sensitivity of invasive annual grasses and forbs changes autotrophic and heterotrophic respiration rates in a semi-arid shrub community. Biogeosciences Discussions 10: 6335-6375.

  • Lipson, D., J. Haggerty, A. Srinivas, T. Raab, S. Sathe and E. Dinsdale. 2013. Metagenomic Insights into Anaerobic Metabolism along an Arctic Peat Soil Profile. PLOS ONE 8: e64659-e64610.

  • Friedman, E., K. Miller, D. Lipson and L. Angenent. 2013. Potentiostatically Poised Electrodes Mimic Iron Oxide and Interact with Soil Microbial Communities to Alter the Biogeochemistry of Arctic Peat Soils. MINERALS 3: 318-336.

  • Lipson, D., T. Raab, D. Goria and J. Zlamal. 2013. contribution of Fe(III) and humic acid reduction to ecosystem respiration in drained thaw lake basins of the Arctic Coastal Plain. Global Biogeochemical Cycles 27: 399-409.

  • Bozzolo, F. and D. Lipson. 2013. Differential responses of native and exotic coastal sage scrub plant species to N additions and the soil microbial community. Plant and Soil 371: 37-51.

  • Lipson, D., D. Zona, T. Raab, F. Bozzolo, M. Mauritz and W. Oechel. 2012. Water-table height and microtopography control biogeochemical cycling in an Arctic coastal tundra ecosystem. Biogeosciences 9: 577-591.

  • Zona, D., D. Lipson, K. Paw, S. Oberbauer, P. Olivas, B. Gioli and W. Oechel. 2012. Increased CO2 loss from vegetated drained lake tundra ecosystems due to flooding. Global Biogeochemical Cycles 26.

  • Friedman, E., M. Rosenbaum, A. Lee, D. Lipson, B. Land and L. Angenent. 2012. cost-effective and field-ready potentiostat that poises subsurface electrodes to monitor bacterial respiration. Biosensors & Bioelectronics 32: 309-313.

  • Benson, C., R. Bizzoco, D. Lipson and S. Kelley. 2011. Microbial diversity in nonsulfur, sulfur and iron geothermal steam vents. FEMS Microbiology Ecology 76: 74-88.

  • Beardmore, R., I. Gudelj, D. Lipson and L. Hurst. 2011. Metabolic trade-offs and the maintenance of the fittest and the flattest. NATURE 472: 342-346.

  • Rodriguez-Brito, B., L. Li, L. Wegley, M. Furlan, F. Angly, M. Breitbart, J. Buchanan, C. Desnues, E. Dinsdale and R. Edwards. 2010. Viral and microbial community dynamics in four aquatic environments. The ISME Journal 4: 739-751.

  • Allen, B., D. Willner, W. Oechel and D. Lipson. 2010. Top-down control of microbial activity and biomass in an Arctic soil ecosystem. Environmental Microbiology 12: 642-648.

  • Raab, T. and D. Lipson. 2010. Rhizosphere. Developments in Soil Science 34: 171-198.

  • Wolkovich, E., D. Lipson, R. Virginia, K. Cottingham and D. Bolger. 2010. Grass invasion causes rapid increases in ecosystem carbon and nitrogen storage in a semiarid shrubland. Global Change Biology 16: 1351-1365.

  • Lipson, D., M. Jha, T. Raab and W. Oechel. 2010. Reduction of iron (III) and humic substances plays a major role in anaerobic respiration in an Arctic peat soil. Journal of Geophysical Research-biogeosciences 115.

  • Lipson, D., R. Monson, S. Schmidt and M. Weintraub. 2009. Trade-off between Growth Rate and Yield in Microbial Communities and the Consequences for Under-Snow Soil Respiration in a High Elevation Coniferous Forest. Biogeochemistry 95: 23-35.

  • Lipson, D. 2007. Introduction and Overview. Manual of Environmental Microbiology, Third Edition: 595-596.

  • Mathur, J., R. Bizzoco, D. Ellis, D. Lipson, A. Poole, R. Levine and S. Kelley. 2007. Effects of Abiotic Factors on the Phylogenetic Diversity of Bacterial Communities in Acidic Thermal Springs. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 73: 2612-2623.

  • Lipson, D. 2007. Relationships between temperature responses and bacterial community structure along seasonal and altitudinal gradients. FEMS Microbiology Ecology 59: 418-427.

  • Monson, R., D. Lipson, S. Burns, A. Turnipseed, A. Delany, M. Williams and S. Schmidt. 2006. Winter forest soil respiration controlled by climate and microbial community composition. Nature 439: 711-714.

  • Monson, R., S. Burns, M. Williams, A. Delany, M. Weintraub and D. Lipson. 2006. contribution of beneath-snow soil respiration to total ecosystem respiration in a high-elevation, subalpine forest. Global Biogeochemical Cycles 20.

  • Monson, R., T. Rosenstiel, T. Forbis, D. Lipson and C. Jaeger. 2006. Nitrogen and Carbon Storage in Alpine Plants. Integrative and Comparative Biology 46: 35-48.

  • Monson, R., S. Burns, M. Williams, A. Delany, M. Weintraub and D. Lipson. 2006. contribution of beneath-snow soil respiration to total ecosystem respiration in a high-elevation, subalpine forest. Global Biogeochemical Cycles 20: GB3030-GB3012.

  • Lipson, D., M. Blair, G. Barron-Gafford, K. Grieve and R. Murthy. 2006. Relationships between Microbial Community Structure and Soil Processes under Elevated Atmospheric Carbon Dioxide. Microbial Ecology 51: 302-314.

  • Barron‐Gafford, G., D. Martens, K. Grieve, K. Biel, V. Kudeyarov, J. McLain, D. Lipson and R. Murthy. 2005. Growth of Eastern Cottonwoods (Populus deltoides) in elevated [CO2] stimulates stand‐level respiration and rhizodeposition of carbohydrates, accelerates soil nutrient depletion, yet stimulates above‐ and belowground biomass production. Global Change Biology 11: 1220-1233.

  • Lipson, D., R. Wilson and W. Oechel. 2005. Effects of Elevated Atmospheric CO2 on Soil Microbial Biomass, Activity, and Diversity in a Chaparral Ecosystem. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 71: 8573-8580.

  • Barron-Gafford, G., D. Martens, K. Grieve, L. McLain, D. Lipson and R. Murthy. 2005. Growth of Eastern Cottonwoods (Populus deltoides) in elevated CO2 stimulates stand-level respiration and rhizodeposition of carbohydrates, accelerates soil nutrient depletion, yet stimulates above and belowground biomass production. Global Change Biology 11: 1220-1233.

  • Lipson, D. and S. Schmidt. 2004. Seasonal Changes in an Alpine Soil Bacterial Community in the Colorado Rocky Mountains. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 70: 2867-2879.

  • Schmidt, S. and D. Lipson. 2004. Microbial growth under the snow: Implications for nutrient and allelochemical availability in temperate soils. Plant and Soil 259: 1-7.

  • Meyer, A., D. Lipson, A. Martin, C. Schadt and S. Schmidt. 2004. Molecular and Metabolic Characterization of Cold Tolerant, Alpine Soil Pseudomonas, sensu stricto. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 70: 483-489.

  • Schmidt, S., D. Lipson, R. Ley, M. Fisk and A. West. 2004. Impacts of chronic nitrogen additions vary seasonally and by microbial functional group in tundra soils. Biogeochemistry 69: 1-17.

  • Schadt, C., A. Martin, D. Lipson and S. Schmidt. 2003. Seasonal Dynamics of Previously Unknown Fungal Lineages in Tundra Soils. Science 301: 1359-1361.

  • Lipson, D. and S. Schmidt. 2002. Kinetics of Microbial Processes and Population Growth in Soil. Encyclopedia of Environmental Microbiology: 1748-1757.

  • Lipson, D. and T. Näsholm. 2001. Unexpected Versatility of Plants. Oecologia 128: 305-316.

  • Ley, R., D. Lipson and S. Schmidt. 2001. Microbial Biomass Levels in Barren and Vegetated High Altitude Talus Soils. Soil Science Society of America Journal 65: 111.

  • Lipson, D., S. Schmidt and R. Monson. 2000. Carbon availability and temperature control the post-snowmelt decline in alpine soil microbial biomass. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 32: 441-448.

  • Lipson, D., S. Schmidt and R. Monson. 1999. Links between Microbial Population Dynamics and Nitrogen Availability in an Alpine Ecosystem. Ecology 80: 1623-1631.

  • Lipson, D., C. Schadt, S. Schmidt and R. Monson. 1999. Ectomycorrhizal Transfer of Amino Acid-Nitrogen to the Alpine Sedge Kobresia myosuroides. New Phytologist 142: 163-167.

  • Raab, T., D. Lipson and R. Monson. 1999. Soil Amino Acid Utilization among Species of the Cyperaceae. Ecology 80: 2408-2419.

  • Lipson, D. and R. Monson. 1998. Plant-Microbe Competition for Soil Amino Acids in the Alpine Tundra. Oecologia 113: 406-414.

  • Lipson, D., T. Raab and R. Monson. 1996. δ-Acetylornithine as a major nitrogen storage compound in Bistorta bistortoides. Phytochemistry 41: 29-30.

  • Lipson, D., W. Bowman and R. Monson. 1996. Luxury uptake and storage of nitrogen in the rhizomatous alpine herb, Bistorta bistortoides. Ecology 77: 1277.

  • Raab, T., D. Lipson and R. Monson. 1996. Non-Mycorrhizal Uptake of Amino Acids by Roots of the Alpine Sedge Kobresia myosuroides. Oecologia 108: 488-494.

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Educational Background

  • 1998 – Ph.D, University of Colorado ()

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