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Pre-Publication Data Sets

Published Manuscripts

For published papers, links to data files are located next to the corresponding reference in the IEG publication list or below, under Non-IEG Studies.

Submitted/In Press

  • Tao Xu, Xuanyu Tao, et al. Functional and structural diversification of incomplete phosphotransferase system in cellulose-degrading clostridia. Submitted
    Microarray dataset: In-house protein database.
  • Yu Wang, Rui Zhang, Yunfeng Yang, Qichao Tu, Jizhong Zhou, Nianzhi Jiao*. Ocean acidification altered microbial functional potential in the Arctic Ocean. Submitted

Microarray dataset:

  • Yuan M*, Guo X*, Wu L*, Zhang Y*, Xiao N, Ning D, Shi Z, Zhou X, Wu L, Yang Y, Tiedje J, and Zhou J. Climate Warming Enhances Microbial Network Complexity and Stability. Submitted

Suppl Data: OTU table, representative sequences, and metadata (zip) | GeoChip data (zip) 

  • Buzzard V, ST Michaletz, Y Deng, et al. Continental scale structuring of forest and soil diversity via functional traits. Nature Ecol Evol. published.

            Suppl Data: Bact OTU Table (csv); Fungal OTU Table (csv); Raw microarray (xlsx)

  • Etchebehere, C et al. Functional redundancy of the microbial community revealed by DNA analyses coincides with functional robustness in a full-scale wastewater nitrogen removal reactor. 

             Microarray dataset: Excel file

  • Feng et al. Long-term warming in Alaska enlarges the diazotrophic community in deep soils. mBio. Submitted.

            Microarray dataset: Raw data (txt); Normalized data (txt)

  • Feng et al. Permafrost carbon loss accelerated by changes in microbial community via warming-induced permafrost thaw. ISME J. Submitted

             Microarray dataset: Raw data (txt); Normalized data (txt)

  • Feng et al. Warming accelerates grassland soil C degradation through enlarging and restructuring active bacterial communities. Submitted.
             Microarray dataset: Raw data (txt); Normalized data (xlsx)
  • Guo X et al. Lower Soil Carbon Loss Due to Persistent Microbial Adaptation to Climate Warming. Submitted

               Microarray dataset (zip)

  • Hale L, W Feng, H Yin, X Guo, X Zhou, R Bracho, E Pegoraro, CR Penton, L Wu, J Cole, KT Konstantinidis, Y Luo, JM Toedje, EAG Schuur, and J Zhou. Tundra Microbial Community Taxa and Traits Predict Decomposition Parameters of Stable, Old Soil Organic Carbon. Submitted.

             Microarray dataset:  zip file

  • He et al. Microbial gene abundances reveal consistent effects of elevated carbon dioxide on ecosystem functioning. Nature Microbiology. Submitted.

            Microarray dataset: Tab delimited file

  • Liang Y et al. Century long fertlization reduces stochasicity controlling grasslan microbial community succession. 

            Microarray Data: csv file

  • Ning et al. Functional gene analyses support the major role of denitrification in high N2O emission of a highly acidified forest. Environmental Microbiology Submitted.

            Microarray dataset: Excel sheet file

  • Qi Q et al. Quantifying microbial and plant determinants of soil carbon fluxes changes by climate drivers. 

            Microarray dataset: Raw data (xlsx); Normalized data (csv)

  • Tao X et al. Warming exacerbates decomposition of tundra stable organic carbon by Proteobacterial decomposers. Nature. Submitted

            Microarray dataset: Raw data (txt); Normalized data (txt)

  • Xia X, Y Wang, Y Yang, T Luo, JD Van Nostrand, J Zhou, N Jiao, and R Zhang. Ocean acidification regulates the activity, community structure and functional potential of heterotrophic bacterioplankton in an oligotrophic gyre.

              Microarray dataset: zip file

Non-IEG Studies