Mathew Herring

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The MOx instrument was developed to characterize the reactive nature of the martian soil. The objectives of MOx were: (1) to measure the rate of degradation of organics in the martian environment; (2) to determine if the reactions seen by the Viking biology experiments were caused by a soil oxidant and measure the reactivity of the soil and atmosphere: (3)(More)
In response to our paper testing whether mistletoe represents a keystone resource [1], Thomsen & Wernberg (TW) [2] integrated our experiment with previous work and introduced a novel hypothesis to explain how structural complexity influences community composition. While we share their enthusiasm for unveiling generalized determinants of diversity, we(More)
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