Linda van Diepen
My research interests lie in the field of ecosystem science with a focus on the role of the microbial community in biogeochemical processes such as nutrient and carbon cycling. I am interested in understanding the responses of an ecosystem to various disturbances and how soil processes and plant-microbe interactions mutually control these ecosystem responses.
Received grant from JGI Community Sequencing Program of DOE to support research on sequencing microbial community composition and gene expression in response to climate change. This research takes place at Harvard Forest LTER in three long-term soil warming experiments.
Van Diepen, L.T.A., W.K. Thomas, and S.D. Frey, 2014. Soil metatranscriptomics of a temperate forest under increased nitrogen deposition and soil warming. In prep.
Van Diepen, L.T.A., C.M. Sthultz, S.D. Frey and A. Pringle, 2014. Exposure to chronic elevated nitrogen deposition causes physiological changes of individual fungal species. In prep.
Sthultz, C.M., L.T.A. van Diepen, E.W. Morrison, S.D. Frey and A. Pringle, 2014. Changes in fungal biodiversity alter litter decomposition in response to elevated soil warming and nitrogen. In prep.
Andrew, C.J., L.T.A. van Diepen, R.M. Miller, E.A. Lilleskov, 2014. Quantifying aspen-associated mycorrhizal fungal production and respiration as a function of changing CO2, O3, and climatic variables. Accepted by Fungal Ecology
Hobbie, E.A., K.S. Hofmockel, L.T.A. van Diepen, E.A. Lilleskov, A.P. Ouimette, and A.C. Finzi, 2013. Fungal functioning in a pine forest: evidence from a 15N-labeled global change experiment. New Phytologist, doi: 10.1111/nph.12578.
Van Diepen, L.T.A., Å. Olson, K. Ihrmark, J. Stenlid, and T. Y. James, 2013. Extensive trans-specific polymorphism and positive selection at the mating type locus of the root decay fungus Heterobasidion. Molecular Biology and Evolution 30: 2286-2301.
Nave, L.E., K.J. Nadelhoffer, J.M. Le Moine, L.T.A. van Diepen, J.K. Cooch, and N.J. van Dyke, 2013. Nitrogen uptake by trees and mycorrhizal fungi in a successional northern temperate forest: insights from multiple isotopic methods. Ecosystems 16: 590-603.
Van Diepen, L.T.A., D.R. Zak, E.M. Entwistle, 2013. Chronic nitrogen deposition and the composition of active arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi. Applied Soil Ecology 72: 62-68.
Olson, Å., A. Aerts, F. Asiegbu, L. Belbahri, O. Bouzid, A. Broberg, B. Canbäck, P.M. Coutinho, D. Cullen, K. Dalman, G. Deflorio, L.T.A. van Diepen, C. Dunand, S. Duplessis, M. Durling, P. Gonthier, J. Grimwood, C.G. Fossdal, D. Hansson, B. Henrissat, A. Hietala, K. Himmelstrand, D. Hoffmeister, N. Högberg, T.Y. James, M. Karlsson, A. Kohler, U. Kües, Y-H. Lee, Y-C. Lin, M. Lind, E. Lindquist, V. Lombard, S. Lucas, K. Lundén, E. Morin, C. Murat, J. Park, T. Raffaello, P. Rouzé, A. Salamov, J. Schmutz, H. Solheim, J. Ståhlberg, H. Vélëz, R.P. de Vries, A. Wiebenga, S. Woodward, I. Yakovlev, M. Garbelotto, F. Martin, I.V. Grigoriev, J. Stenlid, 2012. Insight into trade-off between wood decay and parasitism from the genome of a fungal forest pathogen. New Phytologist 194 : 1001-1013.
Van Diepen, L.T.A., E.A. Lilleskov, K.S. Pregitzer, 2011. Simulated nitrogen deposition affects community structure of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi in northern hardwood forests. Molecular Ecology 20: 799–811.
James, T. Y., M. Lee, L.T.A. van Diepen, 2011. A Single Mating-Type Locus Composed of Homeodomain Genes Promotes Nuclear Migration and Heterokaryosis in the White-Rot Fungus Phanerochaete chrysosporium. Eukaryotic Cell 10: 249-261.
Van Diepen, L.T.A., E.A. Lilleskov, K.S. Pregitzer and R.M. Miller, 2010. Simulated nitrogen deposition causes a decline of intra- and extraradical abundance of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi and changes in microbial community composition in northern hardwood forests. Ecosystems 13: 683-695.
Van Diepen, L.T.A., E.A. Lilleskov, K.S. Pregitzer, and R.M. Miller. 2007. Decline of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi in northern hardwood forests exposed to chronic nitrogen additions. New Phytologist 176: 175-183.
Van Diepen, L.T.A., van Groenigen, J.W., Eadie, J.M., van Kessel, C., 2004. Isotopic evidence for changes in residue decomposition and N-cycling in winter flooded rice fields by foraging waterfowl. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment 102: 41-47.