Dr. Nathaly Rokssana Guerrero Ramírez
I am a biodiversity scientists fascinated by ecological puzzles. Specifically, I am interested in understanding the linkages between biodiversity causes and effects, context dependency in biodiversity and ecosystem functioning at the ecosystem level (from patterns to mechanisms), and a more holistic perspective of these questions that includes belowground biotic and abiotic components. To understand the complexity associated with biodiversity and its consequences for human livelihoods, I have been using experimental and synthesis approaches.
Guerrero-Ramírez N, Reich P, Ciobanu M, Wagg C, Eisenhauer N. Diversity-dependent plant soil feedbacks underlying long-term plant diversity effects on primary productivity. 2019. Ecosphere, 10:4
Siebert J, Suenneman M, Auge H, Berger S, Cesarz S, Ciobanu M, Guerrero-Ramírez N, Eisenhauer N. The effects of drought and nutrient addition on soil organism vary across taxonomic groups, but are constant across seasons. 2019. Scientific Reports, 9: 639
Guerrero-Ramírez N, Craven D, Reich P.B, Ewel J.J, Isbell F, Koricheva J, Parrotta J.A, Auge H, Erickson, H. E, Forrester D.I, Hector A, Joshi J, Montagnini F, Palmborg C, Piotto D, Potvin C, Roscher C, van Ruijven J, Tilman D, Wilsey B, Eisenhauer N. 2017. Diversity-dependent temporal divergence of ecosystem functioning in experimental ecosystems, Nature Ecology and Evolution, 1: 1639 – 1642
Guerrero-Ramírez N, Eisenhauer N. 2017. Trophic and non-trophic interactions influence the mechanisms underlying biodiversity-ecosystem functioning relationships under different abiotic conditions. Oikos, 126(12): 1748-1759
Guerrero-Ramírez N, Craven D, Messier C, Potvin C, Turner B.L, and Handa I.T. 2016. Root quality, but not tree species richness, drives decomposition in tropical forests. Plant & Soil, 404(1): 125 - 139
Thakur MP, Milcu A, Manning P, Niklaus PA, Roscher C, Power S, Reich PB, Scheu S, Tilman D, Ai F, Guo H, Ji R, Pierce S, Guerrero-Ramírez N, Richter AN, Steinauer K, Strecker T, Vogel A, Eisenhauer N. 2015. Plant diversity drives soil microbial biomass carbon in grasslands irrespective of global environmental change factors. Global Change Biology, 21(11): 4076-4085