ECM Conference paper out

In May 2018, the Zak lab (with financial support from the Beyond Carbon Neutral Seminar Series at SEAS) hosted a two-day symposium on ectomycorrhizal fungi and carbon storage, a rapidly developing research field in terrestrial ecosystem ecology. The goal for this was to gather researchers known for work on ECM and nutrient cycling together to present and discuss ideas with a potential to understand the processes that may underlie the observations of mycorrhizal-mediated plant access to nitrogen and soil carbon across ecosystems. This gathering lead to the Viewpoint article “Exploring the role of ectomycorrhizal fungi in soil carbon dynamics” in New Phytologist. It is now online and can be found here.

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