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Edward A. D. MITCHELL – Publications

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117. Qin Y, Man B, Kosakyan A, Lara E, Heger TJ, Gu Y, Wang H, Mitchell EAD. 2016. Description of Nebela jiuhuensis nov.sp. (Amoebozoa; Arcellinida; Hyalospheniidae; Nebela ansata-hippocrepis-saccifera clade) from Sphagnum peatlands in south central China. Journal of Eukaryotic Microbiology Xx: xxx-xxx. Doi: 10.1111/jeu.12300

116. Payne RJ, Babeshko K, van Bellen S, Blackford JJ, Booth RK, Charman DJ, Ellershaw MR, Gilbert D, Hughes PDM, Jassey VEJ, Lamentowicz Ł, Lamentowicz M, Malysheva EA, Mauquoy D, Mazei Y, Mitchell EAD, Swindles GT, Tsyganov AN, Turner TE, Telford RJ. 2016. Significance testing testate amoeba water table reconstructions. Quaternary Science Reviews 138: 131-135. Doi: 10.1016/j.quascirev.2016.01.030

115. Heger TJ, Derungs N, Theurillat J-P, Mitchell EAD. 2016. Testate amoebae like it hot: species richness decreases along a subalpine-alpine altitudinal gradient in both natural Calluna vulgaris litter and transplanted Minuartia sedoides cushions. Microbial Ecology 71(3): 725-734. Doi: 10.1007/s00248-015-0687-3

114. Seppey CVW, Fournier B, Szelecz I, Singer D, Mitchell EAD, Lara E. 2016. Response of forest soil euglyphid testate amoebae (Rhizaria: Cercozoa) to pig cadavers assessed by high-throughput sequencing. International Journal of Legal Medicine 130(2), 551-562. Doi: 10.1007/s00414-015-1149-7

113. Amossé J, Dózsa-Farkas K, Boros G, Rochat G, Sandoz G, Fournier B, Mitchell EAD, Le Bayon R-C. 2016. Comparative patterns of earthworm, enchytraeid and nematode diversity and community structure in urban soils of different ages. European Journal of Soil Biology 73: 46-58. Doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.ejsobi.2016.01.004

112. Fournier B, Coffey EED, van der Knaap WO, Fernández LD, Bobrov A, Mitchell EAD. 2016. A legacy of human-induced ecosystem changes: Spatial processes drive the taxonomic and functional diversities of testate amoebae in Sphagnum peatlands of the Galápagos. Journal of Biogeography 43(3): 533-543. Doi: 10.1111/jbi.12655

111. Lara E, Roussel-Delif L, Fournier B, Mitchell EAD. 2016. Soil microorganisms behave like macroscopic organisms: patterns in the global distribution of soil euglyphid testate amoeba. Journal of Biogeography 43(3): 520-532. Doi: 10.1111/jbi.12660

110. Jassey VEJ, Signarbieux C, Hättenschwiler S, Bragazza L, Buttler A, Delarue F, Fournier B, Gilbert D, Laggoun-Défarge F, Lara E, Mills RTE, Mitchell EAD, Payne R, Robroek BJM. 2015. An unexpected role for mixotrophs in the response of peatland carbon cycling to climate warming. Scientific Reports 5:16931. Doi: 10.1038/srep16931

109. Fournier B, Gillet F, Le Bayon R-C, Mitchell EAD, Moretti M. 2015 Functional responses of multitaxa communities to disturbance and stress gradients in a restored floodplain. Journal of Applied Ecology 52(5): 1364-1373. Doi: 10.1111/1365-2664.12493

108. Mulot M, Villard A, Varidel D, Mitchell EAD. 2015. A mesocosm approach to study the response of Sphagnum peatlands to hydrological changes: setup, optimization and performances. Mires and Peat 16, 09, 1–12.

107. Lahr DJG, Bosak T, Lara E, Mitchell EAD. 2015. The Phanerozoic diversification of silica-cycling testate amoebae and its possible links to changes in terrestrial ecosystems. PeerJ 3:e1234. Doi: 10.7717/peerj.1234

106. Fernández LD, Lara E, Mitchell EAD. 2015. Checklist, diversity and distribution of testate amoebae in Chile. European Journal of Protistology 51: 409-424. Doi: 10.1016/j.ejop.2015.07.001

105. Fournier B, Lara E, Jassey VEJ, Mitchell EAD. 2015. Functional traits of testate amoebae inform on past community assembly processes and consequences for ecosystem functioning. The Holocene 25(9): 1375-1383. Doi: 10.1177/0959683615585842

104. Buttler A, Robroek BJM, Laggoun-Défarge F, Jassey VEJ, Pochelon C, Bernard G, Delarue F, Gogo S, Mariotte P, Mitchell EAD, Bragazza L. 2015. Experimental warming interacts with soil moisture to discriminate plant responses in an ombrotrophic peatland. Journal of Vegetation Science 26(5): 964–974. Doi: 10.1111/jvs.12296

103. Kosakyan A, Mulot M, Mitchell EAD, Lara E. 2015. Environmental DNA COI barcoding for quantitative analysis of protists communities: A test using the Nebela collaris complex (Amoebozoa; Arcellinida; Hyalospheniidae). European Journal of Protistology 51 (4): 311-302. Doi: 10.1016/j.ejop.2015.06.005

102. Koenig I, Feldmeyer-Christe E, Mitchell EAD. 2015. Comparative ecology of vascular plant, bryophyte and testate amoeba communities in four Sphagnum peatlands along an altitudinal gradient in Switzerland Ecological Indicators 54: 48-59. Doi: 10.1016/j.ecolind.2015.01.043

101. Bragazza L, Rardgett R, Mitchell EAD, Buttler A. 2015. Linking soil microbial communities to vascular plant abundance along a climate gradient. New Phytologist 205(3): 1175-1182. Doi: 10.1111/nph.13116

100. Gomaa F, Yang J, Mitchell EAD, Zhang W-J, Yu Z, Lara E. 2015. Recent diversification in the Asian Endemic Difflugia morphospecies (Amoebozoa: Arcellinida). Protist 166: 122-130. Doi:10.1016/j.protis.2014.11.004

99. Singer D, Kosakyan A, Pillonel A, Mitchell EAD, Lara E. 2015. Eight species in the Nebela collaris complex: Nebela gimlii (Arcellinida, Hyalospheniidae), a new species described from a Swiss raised bog. European Journal of Protistology 51: 79-85. Doi:10.1016/j.ejop.2014.11.004

98. Tsyganov AN, Komarov AA, Mitchell EAD, Shimano S, Smirnova O, Aleynikov A, Mazei Y. 2015. Soil testate amoeba diversity is determined primarily by vegetation and habitat type in pristine taiga. European Journal of Protistology 51: 42-54. Doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.ejop.2014.11.003

97. van der Sluijs JP, Amaral-Rogers V, Belzunces LP, Bijleveld van Lexmond MFIJ, Bonmatin J-M, Chagnon M, Downs CA, Furlan L, Gibbons DW, Giorio C, Girolami V, Goulson D, Kreutzweiser DP, Krupke C, Liess M, Long E, McField M, Mineau P, Mitchell EAD, Morrissey CA, Noome DA, Pisa L, Settele J, Simon-Delso N, Stark JD, Tapparo A, Van Dyck H, van Praagh J, Whitehorn PR, Wiemers M. 2015. Conclusions of the Worldwide Integrated Assessment on the risks of neonicotinoids and fipronil to biodiversity and ecosystem functioning. Environmental Science and Pollution Research. 22: 148-154. DOI 10.1007/s11356-014-3229-5

96. Chagnon M, Kreutzweiser D, Mitchell EAD, Morrissey CA, Noome DA, Van der Sluijs JP. 2015. Risks of large scale use of systemic insecticides to ecosystem functioning and services. Environmental Science and Pollution Research. 22: 119-134. Doi: 10.1007/s11356-014-3277-x

95. Bonmatin J-M, Giorio C, Girolami V, Goulson D, Kreutzweiser D, Krupke C, Liess M, Long E, Marzaro M, Mitchell E, Noome D, Simon-Delso N, Tapparo A. 2015. Environmental fate and exposure; neonicotinoids and fipronil. Environmental Science and Pollution Research. 22: 35-67. doi:10.1007/s11356-014-3220-1

94. Simon-Delso N, Amaral-Rogers V, Belzunces LP, Bonmatin J-M, Chagnon M, Downs C, Furlan L, Gibbons DW, Giorio C, Girolami V, Goulson D, Kreutzweiser DP, Krupke CH, Liess M, Long E, McField M, Mineau P, Mitchell EAD, Morrissey CAD, Noome D, Pisa LW, Settele J, Stark JD, Tapparo A, Van Dyck H, Van Praagh J, Van der Sluijs JP, Whitehorn PR, Wiemers M. 2015. Systemic insecticides (neonicotinoids and fipronil): trends, uses, mode of action and metabolites. Environmental Science and Pollution Research. 22: 5-34. Doi: 10.1007/s11356-014-3470-y.

93. Siegenthaler A, Buttler A, Grosvernier P, Gobat J-M, Mitchell EAD. 2014. Discrepancies in growth measurement methods of mosses: an example from two keystone species grown under increased CO2 and N supply in a restored peatland. American Journal of Plant Sciences. 5: 2354-2371. doi: 10.4236/ajps.2014.515249

92. Schirmer M, Luster J, Linde N, Perona P, Mitchell EAD, Barry DA, Hollender J, Cirpka OA, Schneider P, Vogt T, Radny D, Durisch-Kaiser E. 2014. Morphological, hydrological, biogeochemical and ecological changes and challenges in river restoration – the Thur River case study. Hydrology and Earth System Science. 18: 2449–2462 doi: 10.5194/hess-18-2449-2014

91. Mitchell EAD, Lamentowicz M, Payne RJ, Mazei Y. 2014. Effect of taxonomic resolution on ecological and palaeoecological inference – a test using testate amoeba water table depth transfer functions. Quaternary Science Reviews. 91: 62-69. doi: 10.1016/j.quascirev.2014.03.006

90. Gomaa F, Kosakyan A, Heger TJ, Corsaro D, Mitchell EAD, Lara E. 2014. One Alga to Rule them All: Unrelated Mixotrophic Testate Amoebae (Amoebozoa, Rhizaria and Stramenopiles) Share the Same Symbiont (Trebouxiophyceae). Protist 165(2): 161-176. doi: /10.1016/j.protis.2014.01.002

89. Marcisz K, Fournier B, Gilbert D, Lamentowicz M, Mitchell EAD. 2014. Response of Sphagnum peatland testate amoebae to a 1-year transplantation experiment along an artificial hydrological gradient. Microbial Ecology 67: 810-818. doi: 10.1007/s00248-014-0367-8

88. Trivellone V, Schönenberger N, Bellosi B, Jermini M, de Bello F, Mitchell EAD, Moretti M. 2014. Indicators for taxonomic and functional aspects of biodiversity in vineyard agro-ecosystem of Southern Switzerland. Biological Conservation 170:103-109. doi: 10.1016/j.biocon.2013.12.008

87. Szelecz I, Fournier B, Seppey C, Amendt J, Mitchell E. 2014. Can soil testate amoebae be used for estimating the time since death? A field experiment in a deciduous forest. Forensic Science International 236: 90–98. doi: 10.1016/j.forsciint.2013.12.030

86. Fournier B, Guenat C, Bullinger-Weber G, Mitchell EAD. 2013. Spatio-temporal heterogeneity of riparian soil morphology in a restored floodplain. Hydrology and Earth System Science, 17: 4031-4042. doi: 10.5194/hess-17-4031-2013

85. Lamentowicz M, Bragazza L, Buttler A, Jassey VEJ, Mitchell EAD. 2013. Seasonal patterns of testate amoeba diversity, community structure and species-environment relationships in four Sphagnum-dominated peatlands along a 1300 m elevation gradient in Switzerland – functional implications for C cycling. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 67: 1-11. doi: 10.1016/j.soilbio.2013.08.002

84. Heger TJ, Mitchell EAD, Leander BS. 2013. Holarctic phylogeography of the testate amoeba Hyalosphenia papilio (Amoebozoa: Arcellinida) reveals extensive genetic diversity explained more by environmental than dispersal limitation. Molecular Ecology 22, 5172–5184. doi: 10.1111/mec.12449

83. Jassey VEJ, Meyer C, Dupuy C, Bernard N, Mitchell EAD, Toussaint M-L, Metian M, Chatelain AP, Gilbert D. 2013. To what extent do food preferences explain the trophic position of heterotrophic and mixotrophic testate amoebae in a Sphagnum-peatland? Microbial Ecology 66:571–580. doi: 10.1007/s00248-013-0262-8

82. Qin Y, Fournier B, Lara E, Gua Y, Wang H, Cui Y, Zhang X, Mitchell EAD. 2013. Relationships between testate amoeba communities and water quality in Lake Donghu, a large alkaline lake in Wuhan, China. Frontiers of Earth Science 7(2): 182-190. doi: 10.1007/s11707-013-0352-4

81. Qin Y, Mitchell EAD, Lamentowicz M, Payne RJ, Lara E, Gu Y, Huang X, Wang H. 2013. Ecology of testate amoebae in peatlands of Central China and developing a transfer function for palaeohydrological reconstruction. Journal of Paleolimnology 50:319–330. doi: 10.1007/s10933-013-9726-6

80. Kosakyan A, Gomaa F, Mitchell EAD, Heger TJ, Lara E. 2013. Using DNA-barcoding for sorting out protist species complexes - a case study of the Nebela tincta-collaris-bohemica group (Amoebozoa; Arcellinida, Hyalospheniidae). European Journal of Protistology 49: 222-237. doi: 10.1016/j.ejop.2012.08.006

79. Jassey VEJ, Chiapusio G, Binet P, Buttler A, Laggoun-Défarge F, Delarue F, Bernard N, Mitchell EAD, Tousaint M-L, Francez A-J, Gilbert D. 2013. Above- and belowground linkages in Sphagnum peatland: climate warming affects plant-microbial interactions. Global Change Biology 19: 811-823. doi: 10.1111/gcb.12075

78. Siegenthaler A, Buttler A, Grosvernier P, Gobat J-M, Nilsson M, Mitchell EAD. 2013. Factors modulating cottongrass seedling growth stimulation to enhanced nitrogen and carbon dioxide: compensatory tradeoffs in leaf dynamics and allocation to meet potassium-limited growth. Oecologia 171:557-570. doi. 10.1007/s00442-012-2415-8

77. Gomaa F, Mitchell EAD, Lara E. 2013 Amphitremida (Poche, 1913) is a new major, ubiquitous labyrinthulomycete clade. PLoS ONE 8(1): e53046. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0053046

76. Mitchell EAD, Payne RJ, van der Knaap WO, Lamentowicz Ł, Gąbka M, Lamentowicz M. 2013. The performance of single- and multi-proxy transfer functions (testate amoebae, bryophytes, vascular plants) for reconstructing mire surface wetness and pH. Quaternary Research 79: 6-23. doi. 10.1016/j.yqres.2012.08.004.

75. Pawlowski J, Audic S, Adl S, Bass D, Belbahri L, Berney C, Bowser SS, Cepicka I, Decelle J, Dunthorn M, Fiore-Donno AM, Gile G, Holzmann M, Jahn R, Jirků M, Keeling PJ, Kostka M, Kudryavtsev A, Lara E, Lukeš J, Mann GD, Mitchell EAD, Nitsche F, Romeralo M, Saunders GW, Simpson AGB, Smirnov AV, Spouge J, Stern R, Stoeck T, Zimmermann J, Schindel D, de Vargas C. 2012. CBOL Protist Working Group: Barcoding eukaryotic richness beyond the animal, plant and fungal kingdoms PloS Biology 10(11): e1001419.

74. Lahr DJG, Lara E, Mitchell EAD. 2012. Time to regulate microbial eukaryote nomenclature. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 107, 469–476.

73. Payne RJ, Mitchell EAD, Nguyen-Viet H, Gilbert D. 2012. Can pollution bias peatland palaeoclimate reconstruction? Quaternary Research. 78: 170–173. doi: 10.1016/j.yqres.2012.05.004

72. Adl SM, Simpson AGB, Lane CE, Lukeš J, Bass D, Bowser SS, Brown MW, Burki F, Dunthorn M, Hampl V, Heiss A, Hoppenrath M, Lara E, le Gall L, Lynn DH, McManus H, Mitchell EAD, Mozley-Stanridge SE, Parfrey LW, Pawlowski J, Rueckert S, Shadwick L, Schoch CL, Smirnov A, Spiegel FW. 2012. The Revised Classification of Eukaryotes. Journal of Eukaryotic Microbiology 59: 429-514. doi: 10.1111/j.1550-7408.2012.00644.x

71. Fournier B, Samaritani E, Shrestha J, Mitchell EAD. Le Bayon R-C. 2012. Patterns of earthworm communities and species traits in relation to the perturbation gradient of a restored floodplain. Applied Soil Ecology 59: 87-95. doi: 10.1016/j.apsoil.2012.03.015.

70. Limpens J, Granath G, Aerts R, Heijmans MMPD, Sheppard LJ, Bragazza L, Williams BL, Rydin H, Bubier J, Moore T, Rochefort L, Mitchell EAD, Buttler A, van den Berg LJL, Gunnarsson U, Francez A-J, Gerdol R, Thormann M, Grosvernier P, Wiedermann MM, Nilsson MB, Hoosbeek MR, Bayley S, Nordbakken J-F, Paulissen MPCP, Hotes S, Breeuwer A, Ilomets M, Tomassen HBM, Leith I, Xu B. 2012. Greenhouse versus field experiments: do they yield ecologically similar results for assessing N impacts on peat mosses? New Phytologist 195(2): 408-418. doi: 10.1111/j.1469-8137.2012.04157.x

69. Payne RJ, Telford RJ, Blackford JJ, Blundell A, Booth RK, Charman DJ, Lamentowicz Ł, Lamentowicz M, Mitchell EAD, Potts G, Swindles GT, Warner BG, Woodland WA. 2012. Testing peatland testate amoeba transfer functions: appropriate methods for clustered training-sets. The Holocene. 22(7): 819-825. doi: 10.1177/0959683611430412

68. Gomaa F, Todorov M, Heger TJ, Mitchell EAD, Lara E. 2012. SSU rRNA phylogeny of Arcellinida (Amoebozoa) reveals that the largest Arcellinida genus, Difflugia Leclerc 1815, is not monophyletic. Protist. 163: 389-399. doi:10.1016/j.protis.2011.12.001

67. Kosakyan A, Heger TJ, Leander BS, Todorov M, Mitchell EAD, Lara E. 2012. COI Barcoding of Nebelid Testate Amoebae (Amoebozoa: Arcellinida): Extensive Cryptic Diversity and Redefinition of Family Hyalospheniidae Schultze. Protist. 163: 415-434. doi: 10.1016/j.protis.2011.10.003

66. Payne R, Lamentowicz M, van der Knaap WO, van Leeuwen J, Mitchell EAD, Mazei Y. 2012. Testate amoebae in pollen slides. Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology. 173 68–79. doi:10.1016/j.revpalbo.2011.09.006

65. Heger TJ, Imfeld G, Mitchell EAD. 2012. Special issue on “Bioindication in soil ecosystems”: Editorial note. European Journal of Soil Biology. 49: 1-4. doi:10.1016/j.ejsobi.2012.02.001

64. Heger TJ, Straub F, Mitchell EAD. 2012. Impact of farming practices on soil diatoms and testate amoebae: A pilot study in the DOK-Trial at Therwil, Switzerland. European Journal of Soil Biology. 49: 31-36. doi: doi:10.1016/j.ejsobi.2011.08.007

63. Fournier B, Malysheva E, Mazei Y, Moretti M, Mitchell EAD. 2012. Toward the use of testate amoeba functional traits as indicator of floodplain restoration success. European Journal of Soil Biology. 49: 85-91. doi:10.1016/j.ejsobi.2011.05.008

62. Wilkinson D, Koumoutsaris S, Mitchell EAD, Bey I. 2012. Modelling the effect of size on the aerial dispersal of microorganisms. Journal of Biogeography. 39: 89–97. doi:10.1111/j.1365-2699.2011.02569.x

61. van der Knaap WO, Lamentowicz M, van Leeuwen JFN, Hangartner S, Leuenberger M, Mauquoy D, Goslar T, Mitchell EAD, Lamentowicz Ł, Kamenik C. 2011. A multi-proxy, high-resolution record of peatland development and its drivers during the last millennium from the subalpine Swiss Alps. Quaternary Science Reviews. 30: 3467-3480. doi:10.1016/j.quascirev.2011.06.017

60. Heger TJ, Booth RK, Sullivan ME, Wilkinson D, Warner BG, Asada, T, Mazei Y, Meisterfeld R, Mitchell EAD. 2011. Rediscovery of Nebela ansata (Amoebozoa: Arcellinida) in eastern North America: biogeographical implications. Journal of Biogeography 38: 1896-1906. doi. 10.1111/j.1365-2699.2011.02528.x

59. Bernasconi SM, Bauder A, Bourdon B, Brunner I, Bünemann E, Christl I, Derungs N, Edwards P, Farinotti D, Frey B, Frossard E, Furrer G, Gierga M, Göransson H, Gülland K, Hagedorn F, Hajdas I, Hindshaw R, Ivy-Ochs S, Jansa J, Jonas T, Kiczka M, Kretzschmar R, Lemarchand E, Luster J, Magnusson J, Mitchell EAD, Olde Venterink H, Plötze M, Reynolds B, Smittenberg R, Stähli M, Tamburini F, Tipper ET, Wacker L, Welc M, Wiederhold JG, Zeyer J, Zimmermann S, Zumsteg A. 2011. Chemical and biological gradients along the Damma Glacier soil chronosequence (Switzerland). Vadose Zone Journal 10: 867–883. doi:10.2136/vzj2010.0129

58. Samaritani E, Siegenthaler A, Yli-Petäys M, Buttler A, Christin P-A, Mitchell EAD. 2011. Seasonal net ecosystem carbon exchange of a regenerating cutaway bog: how long does it take to restore the C-sequestration function? Restoration Ecology 19(4): 480-489. doi: 10.1111/j.1526-100X.2010.00662.x

57. Limpens J, Granath G, Gunnarsson U, Aerts, R, Bayley S. Bragazza L, Breewer A, Bubier J, Buttler A, van den Berg L, Francez A-J, Gerdol R, Grosvernier P, Heijmans MMPD, Hoosbeek M, Hotes S, Illomets M, Leith I, Mitchell EAD, Moore T, Nilsson MB, Nordbakken J-F, Rochefort L, Rydin H, Sheppard L, Thormann M, Wiedermann MM, Williams B, Xu B. 2011. Climatic modifiers of the response to nitrogen deposition in peat-forming Sphagnum mosses: a meta-analysis. New Phytologist 191(2): 496-507. doi. 10.1111/j.1469-8137.2011.03680.x

56. Lahr DJG, Wegener Parfrey L, Mitchell EAD, Katz LA, Lara E. 2011. The chastity of amoebae: re-evaluating evidence for sex in amoeboid organisms. Proceeding of the Royal Society B- Biological Sciences 278(1715): 2081-2090. doi:10.1098/rspb.2011.0289

55. Samaritani E, Shrestha J, Fournier B, Frossard E, Gillet F, Guenat C, Niklaus PA, Pasquale N, Tockner K, Mitchell EAD, Luster J. 2011. Heterogeneity of soil carbon pools and fluxes in a channelized and a restored floodplain section (Thur River, Switzerland). Hydrology and Earth System Science 15, 1757–1769. doi. 10.5194/hess-15-1757-2011

54. Lara E, Heger TJ, Scheihing R, Mitchell EAD. 2011. Cytochrome c oxidase subunit I gene and ecological data suggest size-dependent high dispersal and low intra-specific diversity in free-living terrestrial protists (Euglyphida: Assulina). Journal of Biogeography 68: 640-650. doi:10.1111/j.1365-2699.2010.02426.x

53. Jassey VEJ, Chapuiso G, Mitchell EAD, Binet P, Toussaint M-L, Gilbert D. 2011. Fine-scale horizontal and vertical micro-distribution patterns of testate amoebae along a narrow fen/bog gradient. Microbial Ecology 61:374–385 doi: 10.1007/s00248-010-9756-9

52. Payne RJ, Lamentowicz M, Mitchell EAD. 2011. The perils of taxonomic inconsistency in quantitative palaeoecology: experiments with testate amoeba data. Boreas 40: 15–27. doi: 10.1111/j.1502-3885.2010.00174.x

51. Heger TJ. Pawlowski J, Golemanski V, Todorov M, Lara E, Mitchell EAD. 2011. Comparing potential COI and SSU rDNA barcodes for assessing the diversity and phylogenetic relationships of cyphoderiid testate amoebae (Rhizaria: Euglyphida). Protist 162(1) 131-141. doi: 10.1016/j.protis.2010.05.002

50. Lara, E, Mitchell EAD, Moreira D, López García P. 2011. Highly diverse and temporally changing protist community in a pristine peat bog. Protist 162(1) 14-32 doi:10.1016/j.protis.2010.05.003

49. Burdíková Z, Čapek M, Ostašov P, Mitchell EAD, Machač J, Kubínová L. 2010. Testate amoeba cell and shell structures revealed by new confocal and two photon microscopy approaches combined with SEM and ESEM. Microscopy and Microanalysis 16 (6) 735-746. doi: 10.1017/S1431927610094031

48. Wilkinson D, Mitchell EAD. 2010. Testate amoebae and nutrient cycling; with particular reference to soil. Geomicrobiology Journal 27: 520-533 doi: 10.1080/01490451003702925

47. Wall A, Magny M, Mitchell EAD, Vannière B, Gilbert D. 2010. Response of testate amoeba assemblages to environmental and climatic changes during the Lateglacial–Holocene transition at Lake Lautrey (Jura Mountains, eastern France). Journal of Quaternary Science 25(6) 945-956. doi: 10.1002/jqs.1377

46. Carlson ML, Flagstad L, Gillet F, Mitchell EAD. 2010. Community development along a proglacial chronosequence: are aboveground and belowground community structure controlled more by biotic than abiotic factors? Journal of Ecology 98, 1084-1095. doi. 10.1111/j.1365-2745.2010.01699.x

45. Thébault A, Frey B, Mitchell EAD, Buttler A. 2010. Species-specific effects of polyploidisation and plant traits of Centaurea maculosa and Senecio inaequidens on rhizosphere microorganisms. Oecologia 163:1011–1020. Doi: 10.1007/s00442-010-1598-0

44. Siegenthaler, A, Bragazza L, Buttler A, van der Heijden E, Grosvernier P, Gobat J-M, Mitchell EAD. 2010. Litter- and ecosystem-driven decomposition under elevated CO2 and enhanced N deposition in a Sphagnum peatland. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 42: 968-977. doi: 10.1016/j.soilbio.2010.02.016

43. Wehrli M, Mitchell EAD, van der Knaap WO, Ammann B, Tinner W. 2010. Effects of climatic change and bog development on tufa formation in the Lorze Valley (central Switzerland). The Holocene 20(3): 325-336. doi: 10.1177/0959683609351901

42. Lamentowicz M, Lamentowicz Ł, van der Knaap WO, Gąbka M, Mitchell EAD. 2010. Contrasting species—environment relationships in communities of testate amoebae, bryophytes and vascular plants along the fen–bog gradient. Microbial Ecology 59: 499–510. doi: 10.1007/s00248-009-9617-6

41. Wall A, Gilbert D, Magny M, Mitchell EAD. 2010. Testate amoeba analysis of lake sediments: impact of filter size and total count on estimates of density, diversity and community structure. Journal of Paleolimnology 43: 689–704. doi: 10.1007/s10933-009-9360-5

40. Heger TJ, Mitchell EAD, Todorov M, Golemansky V, Lara E, Pawlowski J. 2010. Molecular phylogeny of euglyphid testate amoebae (Cercozoa: Euglyphida) suggest transitions between marine supralittoral and freshwater/terrestrial environments are infrequent. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 55: 113-122. doi: 10.1016/j.ympev.2009.11.023

39. Lamentowicz M, van der Knaap WO, Lamentowicz Ł, van Leeuwen JFN, Mitchell EAD, Goslar T, Kamenik C. 2010. A near-annual palaeohydrological study based on testate amoebae from an Alpine mire: surface wetness and the role of climate during the instrumental period Journal of Quaternary Science 25(2): 190-202. doi: 10.1002/jqs.1295

38. Payne R, Mitchell EAD. 2009. How many is enough? Determining optimal count totals for ecological and palaeoecological studies of testate amoebae. Journal of Paleolimnology 42(4): 483-495. doi: 10.1007/s10933-008-9299-y

37. Heger TJ, Mitchell EAD, Ledeganck P, Vincke S, Van De Vijver B, Beyens L. 2009. The curse of taxonomic uncertainty in biogeographical studies of free-living terrestrial protists: A case study of testate amoebae from Amsterdam Island Journal of Biogeography 36: 1551-1560. doi:10.1111/j.1365-2699.2009.02094.x

36. Todorov M, Golemanski V, Mitchell EAD, Heger TJ. 2009. Morphology, Biometry, and Taxonomy of Freshwater and Marine Interstitial Cyphoderia (Cercozoa: Euglyphida). Journal of Eukaryotic Microbiology 56(3): 279-289. doi: 10.1111/j.1550-7408.2009.00394.x

35. Bernasconi BS, Christl I, Hajdas I, Zimmermann S, Hagedorn F, Smittenberg RH, Furrer G, Zeyer J, Brunner I, Frey B, Plötze M, Lapanje A, Edwards P, Olde Venterink H, Göransson H, Frossard E, Bünemann E, Jansa J, Tamburini F, Welc M, Mitchell E, Bourdon B, Kretzschmar R, Reynolds B, Lemarchand E, Wiederhold J, Tipper E, Kiczka M, Hindshaw R, Stähli M, Jonas T, Magnusson J , Bauder A, Farinotti D, Huss M, Wacker L, Abbaspour K. 2008 Weathering, soil formation and initial ecosystem evolution on a glacier forefield: a case study from the Damma Glacier, Switzerland. Mineralogical Magazine 72(1): 19–22. doi: 10.1180/minmag.2008.072.1.192008.

34. Artz RRE, Chapman SJ, Siegenthaler A, Mitchell EAD, Buttler A, Bortoluzzi E, Gilbert D, Yli-Petays M, Vasander H, Francez A-J. 2008 Functional microbial diversity in cutover peatlands responds to vegetation succession and is partly directed by labile plant carbon. Journal of Applied Ecology 45: 1799-1809. doi: 10.1111/j.1365-2664.2008.01573.x

33. Lamentowicz M, Cedro A, Gałka M, Goslar T, Miotk-Szpiganowicz G, Mitchell EAD, Pawlyta J. 2008. Last millennium palaeoenvironmental changes from a Baltic bog (Poland) inferred from stable isotopes, pollen, plant macrofossils and testate amoebae. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 265: 93-106. doi: 10.1016/j.palaeo.2008.04.023

32. Mitchell EAD, Payne RJ, Lamentowicz M. 2008. Potential implications of differential preservation of testate amoebae shells for paleoenvironmental reconstruction in peatlands. Journal of Paleolimnology 40: 603-618. doi: 10.1007/s10933-007-9185-z

31. Mitchell EAD, Charman DJ, Warner BG. 2008. Testate amoebae analysis in ecological and paleoecological studies of wetlands: past, present and future. Biodiversity and Conservation 17: 2115-2137. doi: 10.1007/s10531-007-9221-3

30. Lamentowicz, M, Obremska, M, Mitchell EAD. 2008. Autogenic succession, land-use change, and climatic influences on the Holocene development of a kettle hole mire in Northern Poland. Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology 151 (1-2): 21-40. doi: 10.1016/j.revpalbo.2008.01.009

29. Lara E, Heger TJ, Ekelund F, Lamentowicz M, Mitchell EAD. 2008. Ribosomal RNA Genes Challenge the Monophyly of the Hyalospheniidae (Amoebozoa: Arcellinida). Protist 159(2): 165-176. doi: 10.1016/j.protis.2007.09.003

28. Laggoun-Defarge F, Mitchell EAD, Gilbert D, Disnar, J-R, Comont L, Warner BG & Buttler A. 2008. Cutover peatland regeneration assessment using organic matter and microbial indicators (bacteria and testate amoebae). Journal of Applied Ecology 45: 717-727. doi: 10.1111/j.1365-2664.2007.01436.x

27. Nguyen-Viet H, Bernard N, Mitchell EAD, Badot P-M, Gilbert D. 2008. Effect of lead pollution on testate amoebae communities living in Sphagnum fallax: an experimental study. Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety 69(1): 130-138. doi:10.1016/j.ecoenv.2007.02.007

26. Lamentowicz M, Tobolski K, Mitchell EAD. 2007. Palaeoecological evidence for anthropogenic acidification of a kettle-hole peatland in northern Poland. The Holocene 17(8): 1185-1196.

25. Nguyen-Viet H, Bernard N, Mitchell EAD, Badot P-M, Gilbert D. 2007. Effects of experimental lead pollution on the microbial communities associated to Sphagnum fallax (Bryophyta). Microbial Ecology. 54: 232-241. doi: 10.1007/s00248-006-9192-z

24. Lara E, Heger TJ, Mitchell EAD, Meisterfeld R, Ekelund F. 2007. SSU rRNA reveals a sequential increase in shell complexity among the Euglyphid testate amoebae (Rhizaria: Euglyphida). Protist 158: 229-237. doi:10.1016/j.protis.2006.11.006

23. Payne RJ, Mitchell EAD. 2007. Testate amoebae-environment relationships and a hydrological transfer function from mires in the Central Rhodope Mountains, Greece. Protist 158: 159-171. doi:10.1016/j.protis.2006.11.003

22. Nguyen-Viet H, Bernard N, Mitchell EAD, Cortet J, Badot P-M, Gilbert D. 2007. Relationship between testate amoeba (Protist) communities and atmospheric heavy metals accumulated in Barbula indica (Bryophyta) in Vietnam. Microbial Ecology, 53: 53-65. doi:10.1007/s00248-006-9108-y

21. Charrière F, Pavillon N, Colomb T, Depeursinge C, Heger TJ, Mitchell EAD, Marquet P, Parrpaz, B. 2006. Living specimen tomography by digital holographic microscopy: morphometry of testate amoeba. Optics Express, 14(16): 7005-7013.

20. Payne R, Kishaba K, Blackford J, Mitchell EAD. 2006. The ecology of testate amoebae (Protists) in South-Central Alaska peatlands: building transfer function models for paleoenvironmental studies. The Holocene, 16(3): 403-414.

19. Mitchell EAD. 2005 Bacteria and Island Biogeography. Science, 309: 1997-1998.

18. Lamentowicz M & Mitchell EAD. 2005. The ecology of testate amoebae (Protists) in Sphagnum in north-west Poland in relation to peatland ecology. Microbial Ecology, 50(1): 48-63.

17. Mitchell EAD, Meisterfeld R. 2005. Taxonomic confusion blurs the debate on cosmopolitanism versus local endemism of free-living protists. Protist 156(3): 263-267.

16. Nikolaev SI, Mitchell EAD, Petrov NB, Berney C, Fahrni J, Pawlowski J, 2005. The testate lobose amoebae (order Arcellinida Kent, 1880) finally find their home within Amoebozoa. Protist, 156(2): 191-202.

15. Kishaba K & Mitchell EAD. 2005. Changes in testate amoebae (Protists) communities in a small raised bog. A 40-year study Acta Protozoologica, 44:1-12.

14. Mitchell EAD, Bragazza L, Gerdol R. 2004. Testate amoebae (Protista) communities in Hylocomium splendens (Hedw.) B.S.G. (Bryophyta): Relationships with altitude, and moss elemental chemistry. Protist, 155(4): 423-436.

13. Mitchell EAD, Gilbert D. 2004. Vertical micro-distribution and response to nitrogen deposition of testate amoebae in Sphagnum, Journal of Eukaryotic Microbiology, 51(4): 485-495.

12. Nguyen H, Gilbert D, Bernard N, Mitchell EAD, Badot P-M 2004. Relationship between atmospheric pollution characterized by NO2 concentrations and testate amoebae density and diversity. Acta Protozoologica, 43:233-239.

11. Mitchell EAD 2004. Response of testate amoebae (Protozoa) to N and P fertilization in an Arctic wet sedge tundra. Arctic Antarctic and Alpine Research, 36(1): 77-82.

10. Chapman S *, Buttler A, Francez A-J, Laggoun-Défarge F, Vasander H, Schloter M, Combe J, Grosvernier P, Harms H, Epron D, Gilbert D, Mitchell E *. 2003. Exploitation of peatlands and maintenance of biodiversity - A conflict between economy and ecology. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment, 1(10), 525-532. (*: corresponding authors)

9. Silvola J, Saarnio S, Foot J, Sundh I, Greenup A. Heijmans M, Joabsson A, Mitchell EAD, Van Breemen N. 2003. Effects of elevated CO2 and N deposition on CH4 emissions from European mires. Global Biogeochemical Cycles, 17(2), 1068, doi: 10.1029-2002GBC001886, 2003.

8. Mitchell EAD, Gilbert D, Buttler A, Grosvernier P, Amblard C, Gobat J-M. 2003. Structure of microbial communities in Sphagnum peatlands and effect of atmospheric carbon dioxide enrichment. Microbial Ecology 46(2): 187-199.

7. Gilbert D, Mitchell EAD, Amblard C, Bourdier G, Francez A-J. 2003. Population dynamics and food preferences of the testate amoeba Nebela tincta major-bohemica-collaris complex (Protozoa) in a Sphagnum peatland. Acta Protozoologica, 42: 99-104

6. Mitchell EAD, Buttler A, Grosvernier P, Rydin H., Siegenthaler A, Gobat J-M. 2002. Contrasted effects of increased N and CO2 levels on two keystone species in peatland restoration and implications for global change. Journal of Ecology, 90: 529-533.

5. Berendse F, Rydin H, van Breemen N, Buttler A, Heijmans M, Hoosbeek M, Lee J, Mitchell E, Saarnio S, Vasander H, Wallen B. 2001. Raised atmospheric CO2 levels and increased N deposition cause shifts in plant species composition and production in Sphagnum bogs. Global Change Biology 7: 591-598.

4. Mitchell EAD, van der Knaap W, van Leeuwen J, Buttler A, Warner B, Gobat J-M. 2001: The Palaeoecological History of the Praz-Rodet bog (Swiss Jura) based on Pollen, Plant Macrofossils, and Testate Amoebae (Protozoa). The Holocene 11: 65-80.

3. Mitchell EAD, Borcard D, Buttler A, Grosvernier P, Gilbert D, Gobat J-M. 2000: Horizontal distribution patterns of testate amoebae (Protozoa) in a Sphagnum magellanicum carpet. Microbial Ecology 39: 290-300.

2. Mitchell EAD, Buttler A, Grosvernier P, Rydin H, Albinsson C, Greenup A, Heijmans M, Hoosbeek M & Saarinen T. 2000: Relationships among testate amoebae (Protozoa), vegetation and water chemistry in five Sphagnum-dominated peatlands in Europe. New Phytologist 145: 95-106.

1. Mitchell EAD, Buttler A, Warner B, Gobat J-M. 1999: Ecology of testate amoebae (Protozoa: Rhizopoda) in Sphagnum peatlands in the Jura Mountains, Switzerland and France. Ecoscience 6: 565-576.

Edited special issues of ISI journals

1. Heger TJ, Imfeld G, Mitchell EAD. 2012. Special issue on “Bioindication in soil ecosystems”. European Journal of Soil Biology. 49: 1-118.

Publications In Peer-Reviewed Journals (Not ISI)

Submitted, published and in press

10. Mitchell EAD, Arnet T, Chatelain A, Derungs N, Lara E. 2013. Thécamoebiens muscicoles des murs de la collégiale de Neuchâtel – Les protistes constituent-is une partie négligeable de la biodiversité ou plutôt une “majorité silencieuse”? Bulletin de la Société Neuchâteloise de Sciences Naturelles. 133 : 77-85

9. Amossé J, Jelmini J-P, Havlicek E, Mitchell EAD, Le Bayon R-C, Gobat J-M. 2014 Mille ans d’extension urbaine à Neuchâtel : évolution des paysages et des sols. Bulletin de la Société Neuchâteloise de Sciences Naturelles. 133: 05-26.

8. Mitchell EAD, Belbahri L, Job D, Pawlowski D, Lara E. 2011. Exploring the Terra incognita of unknown eukaryotic diversity in Soils – A major challenge we now have the tools to tackle! Bulletin de la Société Suisse de Pédologie In: Bodenkundliche Gesellschaft der Schweiz Bulletin 32, Jahrestagung vom 10. und 11. Februar 2011 in Frauenfeld. Knappe Resource Boden, eine Herausforderung. Referate, Texte zu den Postern. Zollikofen: Elvadata AG, S. 57-62. 57-62.

7. Qin Y, Zhang W, Li H, Mitchell EAD, Lara E, Zhang Q, Zhu R, Gu Y. 2011. Note on the taxonomy of testate amoebae and their applications in ecology and palaeoecology of China, with reference to genus Argynnia Vucetich, 1974. Quaternary Sciences 31(6) 1060-1066. doi: 10.3969/j.issn.10017410.2011.06.13

6. Fournier B, Bullinger-Weber G, Mitchell EAD, Guenat C. 2011. La morphologie du sol: un outil pour l’évaluation de projets de revitalisation de zones alluviales? Concept general. Bulletin de la Société Suisse de Pédologie 31: 17-21

5. Li HK, Wang SZ, Bu ZJ, Zhao HY, An ZS, Mitchell EAD, Ma YY. 2010. The testate amoebae in Sphagnum peatlands in Changbai Mountains. Wetland Science 8: 249-255.

4. Lamentowicz M, van der Knaap WO, van Leeuwen JFN, Hangartner S, Mitchell EAD, Goslar T, Tinner W, Kamenik C. 2010. A novel multi-proxy high-resolution approach to reconstruct past environmental change from an Alpine peat archive. PAGES News 18(1): 13-15.

3. Lamentowicz M, Obremska M, Mitchell EAD. 2006. Developmental history of two kettle-hole mires in Tuchola Pinewoods - Historia rozwoju dwóch torfowisk mszarnych w Borach Tucholskich. (Proceeding of the Polish Geological Institute Palaeobotanical Conference in Okuninka, Poland, 10-13 May 2005.). Przegląd Geologiczny. 54 (1): 76-80

2. Lamentowicz M & Mitchell EAD. 2005. Testate amoebae (Protists) as palaeoenvironmental indicators in peatlands. Polish Geological Institute Special Papers, 16: 58-64.

1. Gilbert D, Amblard C, Bourdier G, Francez A-J & Mitchell EAD. 2000: Le régime alimentaire des thécamoebiens. L'année Biologique 39: 1-12.

Non-Peer-Reviewed Publications

5. van der Knaap WO, Mitchell EAD. 2008. Programm der Wiederherstellung einheimischer Vegetation durch die Rekonstruktion ihrer ökologischen Geschichte und ihrer ursprünglichen Pflanzenwelt. Galapagos Intern – Information der Freunde der Galapagos Inseln (Schweitz). Winter 2007/2008: 1-2

4. Mitchell EAD, Wildi O. 2008. Testate Amöben: Geheimnisvolle Lebewesen dienen der Umweltforschung. WSL Informationsblatt Landschaft 71: 1-4.

3. Buttler A, Mitchell EAD. 2007. Wie reagieren Torfmoore auf die globalen Veränderunger? Klimawandel könnte Moorregenerationen eschweren. Hotspot 15: 18-19

2. Buttler A, Mitchell EAD. 2007. Comment réagissent les tourbières aux changements planétaires? Le réchauffement climatique, obstacles à la regeneration. Hotspot 15: 18-19

1. Gilbert D, Mitchell EAD. 2005. L’analyse des micro-organismes, un outil de gestion des tourbières. Espaces Naturels, 11: 14.

Peer-Reviewed Book Chapters

6. Havlicek E, Mitchell EAD. 2014 Soils supporting biodiversity. In Dighton J, Krumins JA (Eds.) Interactions in Soil: Promoting Plant Growth. Springer.

5. Mitchell EAD. 2013. Separating Natural and Anthropogenic Influences on Past Ecosystems: The Testate Amoebae and Quantitative Paleoenvironmental Reconstruction. In: Maximilian O. Baldia, Timothy K. Perttula, and Douglas S. Frink (Eds.). Comparative Archaeology and Paleoclimatology Socio-cultural responses to a changing world. British Archaeological Reports (Archaeopress Ltd). ISBN 978 1 4073 1064 0

4. Heger TJ, Lara E, Mitchell EAD. 2011. Arcellinida testate amoebae (Arcellinida: Amoebozoa): model of organisms for assessing microbial biogeography. In: Fontaneto D. (Ed.) Biogeography of Microscopic Organisms - Is Everything Small Everywhere? Cambridge University Press. pp. 111-129.

3. de Jong R, Blaauw M, Chambers FM, Christensen TR, de Vleeschouwer F, Finsinger W, Fronzek S, Johansson M, Kokfelt U, Lamentowicz M, Le Roux G, Mauquoy D, Mitchell EAD, Nichols JE, Samaritani E, van Geel B. 2010. Climate and Peatlands. In Dodson J. Ed. “Changing Climates, Earth Systems and Society”. Springer pp. 85-121.

2. Bragazza L, Buttler A, Siegenthaler A, Mitchell EAD. 2009. Plant Litter Decomposition and Nutrient Release in Peatlands. In: AJ Baird, LR Belyea, X Comas, AS Reeve & LD Slater (Eds.) Carbon Cycling in Northern Peatlands. American Geophysical Union. pp. 99-110

1. Gilbert D, Mitchell EAD. 2006. Microbial diversity in Sphagnum peatlands. In: Martini IP, Matinez Cortizas A, & Chesworth W. (Eds.). Peatlands: basin evolution and depository of records on global environmental and climatic changes. Developments in Earth Surface Processes series. Elsevier (Amsterdam). pp. 287-318.

Peer-Reviewed Conference Proceedings

11. Szelecz I, Sorge F, Feddern N, Seppey C, Mulot M, Amendt J, Mitchell EAD. 2014. Invertebrates: Above ground, below ground and in court? Antenna, 115-116.

10. Laggoun-Défarge F, Gilbert D, Buttler A, Epron D, Francez A-J, Grasset L, Guimbaud C, Mitchell EAD, Roy J-C. 2008. Effects of experimental warming on carbon sink function of a temperate pristine mire: the peatwarm project. In After Wise Use – The Future of Peatlands - 13th International Peat Congress (eds C. Farrell & J. Feehan), pp. 599-602. IPS (Finland), Tullamore, Ireland, 8-13 June 2008.

9. Lamentowicz M, Mitchell EAD. 2007. Testate amoebae as ecological and paleohydrological indicators in peatlands – the Polish experience. In: Wetlands: modelling, monitoring, management. Proceedings of the International Conference W3M “Wetlands: monitoring, modelling, management“, 22-25 September 2005, Wierzba, Poland Editors: Tomasz Okruszko, Edward Maltby Jan Szatyłowicz, Dorota Świątek, Wiktor Kotowski. 85-90.

8. Siegenthaler A, Gilbert D, Mitchell EAD, Gauthier E, Steinmann P, Artz R, Yli-Petays M, Francez A-J, Comont L, Lagoun-Defarge F, Buttler A. 2006. Surface microbial community structure along regenerating peatlands across Europe. In: Abstracts & Proceedings: Catchments to Coast. The Society of Wetland Scientists 27th International Conference and the Australian Marine Sciences Association 44th Annual Meeting, 9-14 July 2006, Cairns, Autralia.

7. Samaritani E, Siegenthaler A, Yli-Petays M, Buttler A, Christin P-A, Mitchell EAD. 2006. Is vegetation a good indicator of carbon dynamics in cutover peatlands? In: Abstracts & Proceedings: Catchments to Coast. The Society of Wetland Scientists 27th International Conference and the Australian Marine Sciences Association 44th Annual Meeting, 9-14 July 2006, Cairns, Autralia.

6. Siegenthaler A, Mitchell EAD, Francez A-J, Gattinger A, Gilbert D, Buttler A. 2006. Do water levels and specific litters affect the greenhouse gases production from the peat at various depths? In: Abstracts & Proceedings: Catchments to Coast. The Society of Wetland Scientists 27th International Conference and the Australian Marine Sciences Association 44th Annual Meeting, 9-14 July 2006, Cairns, Autralia.

5. Buttler A, Mitchell EAD, Freléchoux F, van der Knaap WO, van Leeuwen JFN, Warner BG, Gobat J-M & Schweingruber F. 2002. Repeated disruptions in a small raised bog : climate and hydrological changes, vegetation succession and human impact. In: Richard, H and Vignot A (dir.) Equilibres et ruptures dans les écosystèmes durant les 20 derniers millénaires en Europe de l'Ouest. Presses Universitaires Franc-Comptoises; 831, Besançon. (Annales littéraires; 730. Série «Environnement, sociétés et archéologie»; 3). pp. 331-344.

4. Grosvernier P, Mitchell EAD, Siegenthaler A, Buttler A & Gobat J-M. 2001. Effect of elevated CO2 and nitrogen deposition on natural regeneration processes of cut-over ombrotrophic peat bogs in the Swiss Jura mountains. In: Visconti G, Beniston M, Iannorelli ED & Barba D (Eds.) Global change and protected areas. Advances in global change research Vol. 9. Kluwer Academic Publishers. pp. 347-356.

3. Mitchell EAD, Gilbert D, Buttler A, Grosvernier P, Albinsson C, Rydin H, Heijmans MMPD, Hoosbeek MR, Greenup A, Foot J, Saarinen T, Vasander H & Gobat J-M. 2001. Can testate amoebae (Protozoa) and other micro-organisms help to overcome biogeographic bias in large scale global change research? In: Visconti G, Beniston M, Iannorelli ED & Barba D (Eds.) Global change and protected areas. Advances in global change research Vol. 9. Kluwer Academic Publishers. pp.301-310.

2. Siegenthaler A, van der Heijden E, Mitchell EAD, Buttler A, Grosvernier P & Gobat J-M. 2001. Effects of elevated atmospheric CO2 and mineral nitrogen deposition on litter decomposition in a peatland in the Swiss Jura mountains. In: Visconti G, Beniston M, Iannorelli ED & Barba D (Eds.) Global change and protected areas. Advances in global change research Vol. 9. Kluwer Academic Publishers. pp. 311-321.

1. Van der Heijden E, Jauhiainen J, Matero J, Eekhof M & Mitchell EAD. 1998: Effects of elevated atmospheric CO2 and nitrogen deposition on Sphagnum species. In: De Kok LJ & Stulen I (Editors) Responses of plant metabolism to air pollution. Backhuys Publishers, Leiden, The Netherlands. pp. 475-478.

Meeting reports

1. Mitchell EAD, Gilbert D. 2010. Meeting Report: 5th International Symposium on Testate Amoebae (ISTA-5), Montbéliard, France 14-17 September 2009 - Present status of testate amoeba research, knowledge gaps and research priorities. Protist 161: 337–341. doi: 10.1016/j.protis.2010.03.002

Online comments

1. Mitchell EAD, Belbahri L, Heger TJ, Lara E. 2010. No genome left behind: time for a more balanced effort. Science 22 January 2010. http://www.sciencemag.org/cgi/eletters/326/5954/794#12961

Others WWW & Multimedia Documents

2. Meisterfeld R, Mitchell EAD. 2008. Arcellinida. Tree of Life web project. http://tolweb.org/Arcellinida/124471.

1. Gilbert D, Coste M, Amblard C, Bourdier G, Francez A-J, Mitchell EAD & Sime-Ngano T. 1998: Les communautés microbiennes à la surface des tourbières (12' film). Selected for the 3rd CNRS festival of scientific films, Nancy, France (March 1998).

Theses

2. Mitchell EAD. 1999. Testate amoebae and other micro-organisms in Sphagnum peatlands: ecology, paleoecology and impact of carbon dioxide enrichment. Ph.D. thesis, University of Neuchâtel, Switzerland.

1. Mitchell EAD. 1995. The postglacial developmental history of the Praz-Rodet bog (vallée de Joux, Swiss Jura). Diploma (M.Sc.) thesis, University of Neuchâtel, Switzerland.