Tiemann, L. K., Grandy, A. S., Marin-Spiotta, E., Atkinson, E. E., and M. D. McDaniel. (2015) Crop rotational diversity enhances belowground communities and functions in an agroecosystem. Ecology Letters 18, 761-771.
Billings, S. A., Tiemann, L. K., Ballantyne IV, F., Lehmeier, C., & K. Min. (2015) Investigating microbial transformations of soil organic matter: synthesizing knowledge from disparate fields to guide new experimentation. SOIL 1, 313-330.
Tiemann, L. K. and A. S. Grandy. (2015). Mechanisms of soil carbon accrual and storage in bioenergy cropping systems. GCB Bioenergy. 7, 161-174, DOI:¬†10.1111/gcbb.12126.
McDaniel, M. D, Grandy, A. S., Tiemann, L. K. and M. N. Weintraub. 2014. Crop rotation complexity regulates the decomposition of high and low quality residues. Soil Biology & Biochemistry 78: 243-254.
Billings, S. A. and L. K. Tiemann. 2014. Warming-induced enhancement of soil N2O efflux linked to distinct response times of genes driving N2O production and consumption. Biogeochemistry 119: 371-386.
McDaniel, M. D, Tiemann, L. K. and A. S. Grandy. 2013. Does agricultural crop diversity enhance soil microbial biomass and organic matter dynamics? a meta-analysis. Ecological Applications 24: 560-570 (http://dx.doi.org/10.1890/13-0616.
Tiemann, L. K. and S. A. Billings. 2012. Tracking C and N flows through microbial biomass with increased soil moisture variability. Soil Biology and Biogeochemistry, 49: 11-22, (DOI:10.1016/j.soilbio.2012.01.030).
Tiemann, L. K. and S. A. Billings. 2011. Changes in variability of soil moisture alter microbial community C and N resource use. Soil Biology and Biochemistry, 43: 1837-1847, DOI:10.1016/j.soilbio.2011.04.020.
Tiemann, L. K. and S. A. Billings. 2011. Indirect effects of nitrogen amendments on organic substrate quality increase enzymatic activity driving decomposition in a mesic grassland. Ecosystems 14: 234-247, DOI: 10.1007/s10021-010-9406-6.
Tiemann, L. K. and S. A. Billings. 2008. Carbon controls on nitrous oxide production with changes in substrate availability in a North American grassland. Soil Science 173: 332-341, DOI: 10.1097/SS.0b013e31816d1ea9.
Tiemann, L. K. and T. R. Seastedt. 2006. Study shows introduced thistle may facilitate growth of some native grasses (Colorado). Ecological Restoration 24: 58-59.