List of Abstracts
|AAR-3-21-3||Assembly rules for dynamic habitats: Pitcher-plants and their associated inquiline communities.|
ELLISON, A.M.., GOTELLI, N.J..
|AAR-3-59-29||The effect of cultivation on soil organic C and N storage in India: A reanalysis of Jenny's 1960 data set .|
MILLER, A.J., AMUNDSON, R..
|ABD-3-89-17||Spatial scaling issues in hyperspectral remote sensing of grass and chaparral ecosystems.|
RAHMAN, A.F.., GAMON, J.A.., SIMS, D.A.., FUENTES, D.A.., QIU, H..
|ADA-3-34-24||Carbon sink activity and nitrogen nutrition of ectomycorrhizal roots in response to elevated CO2.|
LANGLEY, A.., HUNGATE, B.A..
|ADE-3-49-5||Chance favors the prepared dung beetle.|
MEGIAS, A.G.., PINERO, F.S..
|ADE-3-512-195||Finding the charismatic megafauna in your data.|
|ADL-3-58-35||What is the extent of niche diversity in soil protozoa?|
ADL, S.M.., COLEMAN, D.C..
|ADR-3-51-27||Temporal variability in the role of prey availability in the population dynamics of an orb-weaving spider, Tetragnatha versicolor.|
|ADR-3-63-29||The distribution of N in plants, soils and microbes following three years of free-air carbon dioxide enrichment (FACE).|
FINZI, A.C.., ALLEN, A.S.., DELUCIA, E.H.., SCHLESINGER, W.H..
|ADR-3-99-106||Spatial patterning of pigmentation in evergreen leaves in response to freezing stress.|
NICOTRA, A.B.., HOFMANN, M.., GILMORE, A.D.., BALL, M.C..
|AHM-3-51-3||Ecological studies on Monacha cantiana ( Montagu ) snails at Kafr El-Sheikh, Egypt.|
EL-KHODARY, A.S.., HELAL, R.R.., SHARSHIR, F.A.., SHAHAWY, W.A..
|ALA-3-37-5||The role of interspecific competition in the distribution of Aeschynomene virginica (Fabaceae).|
GRIFFITH, A.B.., FORSETH, I.N..
|ALA-3-82-6||Are marine reserves for fisheries and for biodiversity compatible?|
HASTINGS, A.., BOTSFORD, L.W..
|ALA-3-99-120||Biogeochemical patterns along gradients in soil type and land use history in southwestern Costa Rica: Comparisons to the central Amazon.|
TOWNSEND, A.R.., CLEVELAND, C.C.., LEFER, M.E.., ASNER, G.P.., CONSTANCE, B..
|ALB-3-69-37||Blowdown dynamics in oak-hickory forests of the Missouri Ozarks.|
MEIER, A.J.., REBERTUS, A.J..
|ALB-3-74-23||Effects of zooplankton on the development of a deep chlorophyll layer and nutrient transport: A 15N limnocorral experiment.|
PILATI, A.., WURTSBAUGH, W.A..
|ALE-3-16-4||Aquarium trade and success of the green tropical alga Caulerpa taxifolia invading the Mediterranean Sea.|
|ALE-3-30-28||Effects of elevated CO2, water supply and nitrogen nutrition on growth and photosynthesis in three C4 grasses.|
FRAVOLINI, A.., WILLIAMS, D.G..
|ALE-3-32-41||Trees on the edge: Water relations and leaf carbon isotope discrimination in a Chihuahuan Desert wash.|
TRAFTON, A.., HULTINE, K.R.., WILLIAMS, D.G..
|ALE-3-42-21||Nitrogen supply effects on compensatory growth and reproduction in response to herbivore damage: A test of the RGR trajectory hypothesis with Abutilon theophrasti.|
|ALE-3-42-35||The effect of water availability on growth, reproduction, and mortality in Plumeria alba: A field experiment in the dry forest of Puerto Rico.|
|ALE-3-73-19||Interactions between grazing fish and nutrients in a tropical stream ecosystem.|
FLECKER, A.S.., TAYLOR, B.W.., HOOD, J.P.., BERNHARDT, E.., CORNWELL, W.K.., CASSATT, S.R.., VANNI, M.J..
|ALE-3-84-15||Water quality studies on the Big Sunflower River and the Yazoo River, Mississippi.|
ACHOLONU, A.D.W.., CULLEY, G.., SHUMAKER, K.., GRANT, Y.., MORRIS*, K..
|ALI-3-23-7||Host plant heterogeneity and the spread of a viral disease in grasses.|
|ALI-3-28-30||Assessment of quantitative skills in introductory ecology labs.|
LINDAHL*, A.., HAEFNER, J.W..
|ALI-3-48-32||A positive link between resistance to herbivores and flowering phenology in Arabidopsis thaliana.|
ALBRIGHT, H.R.., BRODY, A.K..
|ALI-3-87-11||A Bayesian habitat model for the southern Green Frog (Rana clamitans).|
WILLIAMS, A.K.., BERKSON, J.M.., MITCHELL, J.C..
|ALI-3-89-1||New land cover dataset for supporting regional and national scale landscape analyses in the conterminous U.S.|
|ALL-3-330-185||High quality narratives that link humans and ecosystems: Why ecological orthodoxy tells a lower quality story.|
ALLEN, T.F.H.., PIRES, J.C..
|AMA-3-59-17||The effect of groundwater contamination by domestic sewage on dissolved inorganic nitrogen fluxes in a Bermudian mangrove bay.|
|AMA-3-62-4||Developing national nutrient criteria.|
PARKER, A.., CANTILLI, R.., FLEMER, D.., GIBSON, G.., HART, D.., PARKER, L..
|AMA-3-64-18||Assessment of floristic quality after 13 years of restoration at the Mount St. John/Bergamo Prairie.|
WISCHMEYER, A.L.., JABLONSKI, L.M.., CONOVER, D.R.., GEIGER, D.R..
|AMA-3-88-13||Dispersal, environmental variation, and spatial correlation: Effects on extinction risk of Snake River spring chinook.|
|AMI-3-74-18||Patterns of aquatic benthic invertebrate distribution in a series of lakes within a landscape continuum.|
POLLARD, A.I.., FROST, T.M.., MAGNUSON, J.J..
|AMY-3-33-17||Differential utilization of N by co-occurring alpine tundra species: Field and greenhouse evidence.|
MILLER, A.E.., BOWMAN, W.D..
|AMY-3-34-17||Will changing the amount of timing of precipitation affect plant species composition in sagebrush steppe?|
MORRIS, A.N.., ANDERSON, J.E..
|AMY-3-42-29||Does aphid herbivory on Senecio multilobatus (Asteraceae) affect seed maturity and pollinator visitation?|
PETRILLO, H.A.., WALTZ, A.E.M.., COVINGTON, W.W..
|AMY-3-46-5||Host switching: The roles of choice, performance, and host phenology.|
WHIPPLE, A.V.., BREMER, M.P.., ABRAHAMSON, W.G..
|AMY-3-514-203||Drought stress, plant water status and sex allocation in Epilobium angustifolium (Onagraceae).|
CARROLL, A.B.., GALEN, C..
|AMY-3-52-41||Species, functional groups, diversity and composition: What regulates ecosystem function and stability?|
|AMY-3-59-70||Disruption of nitrification affects carbon cycling in the Patagonian shrub-grass steppe.|
AUSTIN, A.T.., SALA, O.E.., JACKSON, R.B.., LOPEZ, N.., MENDEZ, B..
|AMY-3-62-6||The status of urban ecology in Australian cities.|
HAHS, A.K.., MCDONNELL, M.J..
|AMY-3-76-9||Landscape patterns in the distribution of riparian plant associations and ecosystem types in the California Sierra Nevada.|
MERRILL, A.G.., BENNING, T.L..
|ANA-3-39-8||Establishing the relationship between compact sand and dune populations of desert lily (Pancratium sikenbergeri) in Makhtesh Ramon using genetic analysis.|
LEVY, A.., SALTS, D.., MENDLINGER, S.., WARD, D..
|ANA-3-69-47||Comparative effects of Gunnison's prairie dogs and banner-tailed kangaroo rats on plants and grasshoppers in a semi-arid grassland.|
DAVIDSON, A.D.., LIGHTFOOT, D.C.., GOSZ, J.R..
|AND-3-13-1||Land use change and the future of agriculture and biodiversity.|
|AND-3-17-3||Biodiversity, climate, and land use: Current knowledge and future prospects.|
HANSEN, A.J.., DALE, V.., NEILSON, R.., IVERSON, L.., CURRIE, D.., SHAFER, S.., BARTLEIN, P..
|AND-3-29-17||Douglas fir seedling growth response to different light environments.|
SCHAUER, A.J.., BOND, B.J.., RADOSEVICH, S.., RITCHIE, G.A.., WOODRUFF, D..
|AND-3-32-31||Ecological optimality in semi-arid woodlands: Testing Eagleson's ecohydrological equilibrium.|
KERKHOFF, A.J.., MARTENS, S.N.., MILNE, B.T..
|AND-3-34-15||Spatial variability in 20th century tree growth at arctic and alpine treelines in Alaska.|
LLOYD, A.H.., FASTIE, C.L..
|AND-3-35-46||Sampling structure and diversity of old-growth forests in the Pacific Northwest: Effect of plot size.|
|AND-3-35-7||Radiocarbon studies of plant leaves and tree rings from Mammoth Mountain, CA: A long-term record of magmatic CO2 release.|
COOK, A.C.., HAINSWORTH, L.J.., SOREY, M.L.., EVANS, W.C.., SOUTHON, J.R..
|AND-3-39-4||Effects of habitat fragmentation on salinity and moisture tolerances and the genetic structure of a rare salt marsh plant.|
|AND-3-39-9||Predicting the impacts of harvesting using structured population models: An example based on tropical trees.|
WATKINSON, A.., FRECKLETON, R..
|AND-3-40-48||Predictive mapping of forest structure and species composition in western Oregon using Landsat TM imagery and forest inventory data.|
HUDAK, A.T.., OHMANN, J.L.., MOEUR, M.., LEFSKY, M.A.., COHEN, W.B..
|AND-3-43-10||Differences in the density of saltmarsh-inhabiting phytophagous insects along a natural salinity gradient.|
HUBERTY, A.F.., DENNO, R.F..
|AND-3-48-26||Host plant manipulation of arthropod communities: Acarodomatia mediate antagonistic interactions between beneficial mites.|
NORTON, A.P.., ENGLISH-LOEB, G..
|AND-3-51-17||Ontogenetic niche shifts, flexible behavior and size-structured population dynamics.|
DE ROOS, A.M.., LEONARDSSON, K.., PERSSON, L.., MITTELBACH, G..
|AND-3-53-8||Spatially scaled response of a Lazuli Bunting population to fire: Further evidence for hierarchical habitat selection in birds.|
LEIDOLF, A.., NUTTLE, T.., WOLFE, M.L..
|AND-3-55-7||Interactive effects of drought stress and infection by Xylella fastidiosa on the ecophysiology of a common liana.|
MCELRONE, A.J.., FORSETH, I.N..
|AND-3-59-26||Ecosystem level energy balance over a high-elevation subalpine forest.|
TURNIPSEED, A.A.., MONSON, R.K..
|AND-3-59-74||Field measurements of root respiration in sugar maple and red pine forests indicate no temperature acclimation.|
BURTON, A.J.., PREGITZER, K.S..
|AND-3-59-82||Carbon dioxide flux in Antarctic Dry Valley soils.|
PARSONS, A.N., BARRETT, J.E., VIRGINIA, R.A., WALL, D.H.
|AND-3-611-207||Biological diversity: Research successes in the 1990s and directions for the future .|
|AND-3-62-3||Development of a strategy for the plant-mediated remediation of mercury polluted soils and sediments.|
HEATON, A.., BIZILY, S.P.., LI, Y.J.., RUGH, C.L.., MEAGHER, R.B.., HAINES, B.L..
|AND-3-65-20||Semi-arid plant community response to drought and land use at the regional scale.|
ELMORE, A.J.., MUSTARD, J.F.., MANNING, S.J..
|AND-3-68-21||Arizona pine stand dynamics: Local and regional factors in a fire-prone Madrean gallery forest.|
BARTON, A.M.., SWETNAM, T.W.., BAISAN, C.H..
|AND-3-68-40||Effects of fire and simulated grazing on fine root dynamics and soil respiration in a mixed-grass prairie.|
HUBBARD, J.A.., ARCHER, S.R.., BOUTTON, T.., ANSLEY, R.J..
|AND-3-72-12||Density-dependent interactions among juvenile fish: Using partially-specified models to explore inter-cohort interactions .|
PAUL, A.J.., NELSON, W.A.., MCCAULEY, E.., POST, J.R..
|AND-3-75-1||Macrophyte succession in beaver ponds.|
RAY, A.M.., REBERTUS, A.J..
|AND-3-83-4||Can static habitat models recover process information?|
TYRE, A.J.., POSSINGHAM, H.P.., LINDENMAYER, D.B..
|AND-3-9-4||Land use in the New West: Ecological and socioeconomic causes and consequences |
HANSEN, A.J.., KNIGHT, R..
|AND-3-93-5||The effects of spatial pattern on diversity-productivity relationships in a northern mixed grass prairie.|
DAVIDSON, A.., CSILLAG, F.., KERTéSZ, M..
|ANG-3-63-25||Water diversion alters net primary productivity of a riparian ecosystem in the eastern Sierra Nevada mountains, Inyo County, California.|
DISALVO, A.., HART, S.C..
|ANN-3-10-5||Reclaiming industrial disturbances: effects of landscape processes|
|ANN-3-21-8||Life-history trade-offs, preformation, and dynamic resource allocation by a carnivorous herb, Pinguicula vulgaris (Lentibulariaceae).|
|ANN-3-29-9||Phenotypic plasticity in Smilacina stellata from three habitats: Responses to light manipulations from a developmental perspective.|
|ANN-3-32-42||Water transport in large northern Rocky Mountain conifers is not always limited.|
SALA, A.., CAREY, E.V.., CALLAWAY, R.M..
|ANN-3-34-52||Carbon storage and flux in a salt marsh exposed to elevated CO2 . |
MARSH, A.S.., MEGONIGAL, J.P.., DRAKE, B.G..
|ANN-3-37-8||Morphological variation of Pinus flexilis, a bird-dispersed pine, across a range of elevations.|
SCHOETTLE, A.W.., ROCHELLE, S.G..
|ANN-3-4-10||Landslide effects on seasonal cycles of particulate allochthonous inputs to montane Amazonian headwater streams.|
GLAUBER, A.J.., NAIMAN, R.J..
|ANN-3-42-19||Does light constrain seedling defense responses to herbivory?|
WALTON, A.B.., SCHAEFFER, T.M.., FONTENEAU, F.., SCHULTZ, J.C..
|ANN-3-42-41||Reindeer population density impact on forage biodiversity.|
MARIE ODASZ-ALBRIGTSEN, A..
|ANN-3-44-7||Effect of two introduced species on the pollinator activity on Epilobium angustifolium.|
|ANN-3-54-2||Winners never cheat; cheaters never win: Species' flexibility and the symmetry of benefit within a mutualism of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi and plants. |
PRINGLE, A.., BEVER, J.D.., ANTONOVICS, J..
|ANN-3-58-33||Seasonal patterns of denitrification controls in three vegetation types of southeastern Oklahoma.|
WEST, A.E.., JORGENSEN, E.E..
|ANN-3-59-30||The impact of nitrogen availability on ecosystem carbon storage in deciduous forests of the Great Lakes region.|
HARTLEY, A.E.., KICKLIGHTER, D.W.., MELILLO, J.M.., CURTIS, P.S..
|ANN-3-59-76||The effect of compost and crop diversity on nutrient availability and potential carbon sequestration.|
FORTUNA, A.., PAUL, E.., HARWOOD, R..
|ANN-3-69-31||Characterizing susceptibility to and effects of the January 1998 ice storm in the White Mountain National Forest, NH.|
RHOADS, A.G.., HAMBURG, S.P.., FAHEY, T.J.., SICCAMA, T.G.., HANE, E.N..
|ANT-3-68-41||Reconstructing attributes of pre-Euroamerican settlement fire at a watershed scale, Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks.|
|ANT-3-83-12||Factors affecting the permeability of wildlife passages in Banff National Park, Alberta, Canada.|
WALTHO, N.., CLEVENGER, A.P.., GUNSON, K.., CHRUSZCZ, B..
|ANU-3-2-6||Evolutionary ecology of species interactions: The importance of phenotypic plasticity.|
|ARN-3-33-24||Effect of CO2 on nitrate reduction and nitrite transport into the chloroplast.|
NGUYEN, D.T.., BLOOM, A.J.., SMART, D.R..
|ARN-3-34-29||Elevated carbon dioxide inhibits nitrate photoassimilation.|
BLOOM, A.J.., SMART, D.R..
|ART-3-63-42||Movement of salmon derived nitrogen and carbon into the great bear rainforest, British Columbia|
MORRIS, A.E.., GILBERT, B.K.., STARK, J.M..
|ASH-3-74-1||Plankton responses to simulated nutrient pulses: Effects of grazer community composition.|
BROWN, A.C.., COTTINGHAM, K.L.., GLAHOLT JR., S.P..
|AST-3-31-6||Age dependent respiration of fine apple roots.|
VOLDER, A.., EISSENSTAT, D.M..
|ATH-3-99-121||Euglossine bees as indicators of the conservation status of Atlantic Forest fragments in Rio de Janeiro State, Brazil.|
TONHASCA JR., A.., BLACKMER, J.L.., ALBUQUERQUE, G.S..
|AXE-3-82-13||Modelling climatic constraints of the diversity of plant species and lifeforms.|
KLEIDON, A.., MOONEY, H.A.
|AYA-3-34-62||Comparative analysis of biomass and nitrogen accumulation and partitioning responses to carbon dioxide enrichment in fast- and slow-growing species.|
ZERIHUN, A.., BASSIRIRAD, H..
|AYN-3-40-21||Vegetation dynamics in meadows of the Sierra Nevada, California.|
SHLISKY, A.J.., ALLEN-DIAZ, B..
|BAH-3-91-5||Use of response surface methodology and ANOVA in detecting air-pollution effects on net photosynthesis under varying temperature and light conditions.|
MOMEN, B.., ANDERSON, P.D.., HELMS, J.A..
|BAI-3-92-9||Fractals in ecology: Where is the ecology?|
|BAL-3-67-15||Evidence for increasing dependence on mycorrhizal fungi with successional stage within tallgrass prairie species: Response to soil community inoculations.|
BEVER, J.D.., CHAUDHARY, V.B.., SCHULTZ, P.A.., MILLER, R.M.., JASTROW, J.D..
|BAL-3-99-168||Using molecular techniques to ground ecological processes in physiological mechanisms.|
BALDWIN, I.T.., BERGELSON, J..
|BAR-3-19-4||Hydraulic constraints on productivity of old growth trees.|
BOND, B.J.., RYAN, M.G.., PHILLIPS, N.., MCDOWELL, N.G.., HUBBARD, R.M..
|BAR-3-28-18||Teaching students with diverse backgrounds: A case study.|
SCHRADER, B.A.., ZAHLER, D.A.., AVINA, K.A.., JENSEN, E.C..
|BAR-3-31-8||Photosynthetic characteristics of eastern dwarf mistletoe (Arceuthobium pusillum) and its effects on the needles of host white spruce (Picea glauca).|
HUHN, E.R.., LOGAN, B.A..
|BAR-3-32-10||Seasonal and radial variation in sapflow of riparian red alder.|
MCCARTHY, H.., VAN HORNE, M.., MCNULTY, S.., PHILLIPS, N.., BOND, B.J..
|BAR-3-41-23||Interpreting late Pleistocene and Holocene climatic records of Carolina bays on the southern Atlantic Coastal Plain.|
TAYLOR, B.E.., BROOKS, M.J.., GAISER, E.E..
|BAR-3-58-26||Effects of canopy herbivory on soil respiration.|
REYNOLDS, B.C.., HUNTER, M.D..
|BAR-3-99-131||A novel method to analyze respiration characteristics of convergent lady beetles, Hippodamia convergens, Coleoptera: Coccinellidae.|
DOGAN, E.B.., SMITH, B.N.., HANSEN, L.D.., BOOTH, G.M..
|BAZ-3-99-167||Directions in plant physiological ecology since the 1984 Asilomar meeting. |
BAZZAZ, F.A.., PEARCY, R.W..
|BEA-3-73-15||Partitioning of ecological variation amongst different levels of taxonomic resolution in Ohio fish assemblages.|
DEWAARD, V.B.., HAWKINS, C.P..
|BEA-3-74-3||Pelagic food web responses to temporal heterogeneity|
|BEC-3-29-22||Salinity and light effects on the salt balances of the mangroves Rhizophora mangle and Avicennia germinans.|
SHAFTEL, R.., HOFFMAN, L.., ANTEN, N..
|BEC-3-40-47||Examination of understory huckleberry species abundance in old-growth, thinned and unthinned Douglas-fir stands of western Oregon.|
KERNS, B.K.., BAILEY, J.D..
|BEC-3-59-87||A preliminary inter-comparison of micrometeorological and ecological estimates of carbon sequestration in Morgan-Monroe State Forest.|
BELMONT, J.M.., WAYSON, C.A.., EHMAN, J.L.., SCHMID, H.P.., GRIMMOND, C.S.B.., RANDOLPH, J.C..
|BEN-3-34-74||Plant tissue quality responses to climate change, elevated CO2, and nitrogen deposition in a California annual grassland.|
POULTER, B.., ZAVALETA, E.S.., FIELD, C.B.., MOONEY, H.A..
|BEN-3-41-18||Composition, structure, dynamics, biomass and climate of Eocene fossil forests, Canadian High Arctic.|
LEPAGE, B.A.., WILLIAMS, C.J.., JAHREN, A.H.., JOHNSON, A.H.., VANN, D.R..
|BEN-3-69-13||The effect of ice storm damage on drainage water chemistry at the Hubbard Brook Experimental Forest--Linking natural disturbance to nutrient loss and acidification of drainage water.|
HOULTON, B.Z.., DRISCOLL, C.T.., FAHEY, T.J..
|BER-3-16-5||Can a decrease in herbivore defense explain the increased competitive ability of invasive non-indigenous plants?|
BLOSSEY, B.., VASQUEZ, V.., MONTGOMERY, B..
|BER-3-40-2||Facilitation of dominant by subordinate species in herbaceous desert plant communities.|
BOEKEN, B.., SHACHAK, M..
|BER-3-82-25||Effects of experimental perturbations on biodiversity-ecosystem functioning relationships.|
SCHMID, B.., PFISTERER, A..
|BET-3-40-52||Ranking the components of ecological resistance to biological invaders in a southeastern riparian forest.|
VON HOLLE, B.., SIMBERLOFF, D..
|BET-3-42-39||Mycorrhizae determine compensatory responses of American and French Centaurea maculosa after clipping.|
NEWINGHAM, B.A.., ZABINSKI, C.A.., MICHALET, R.., CALLAWAY, R.M..
|BET-3-65-49||The classification of landscape patterns as interpreted by middle school students.|
JOHNSTON MARSHALL, B.., BIRDIN, V.E.., BUTLER, J..
|BET-3-81-13||Population viability of Puget Sound chinook salmon: The importance of knowing population structure.|
SANDERSON, B.., RUCKELSHAUS, M.., MCELHANY, P..
|BEV-3-67-1||Carbon storage and fluxes in ponderosa pine at different successional stages.|
LAW, B.E.., IRVINE, J.., VAN TUYL, S.., ANTHONI, P.M., THORNTON, P.., ANDERSEN, C.P..
|BIL-3-19-6||Soil drying and atmospheric stress can combine to affect shoot growth and functioning through chemical signalling.|
DAVIES, B.., WILKINSON, S..
|BIL-3-52-11||Competition and soil moisture influence the distribution of the endangered Coral Pink Sand Dunes Tiger Beetle (Cicindela limbata albissima).|
ROMEY, W.L.., KNISLEY, C.B..
|BIL-3-67-8||Vegetation change in the Gran Sabana, Venezuela, revealed by Δ13C of the soil organic matter.|
MENDEZ, C.L.., BILBAO, B..
|BIR-3-89-13||Mapping canopy closure using wide-footprint lidar.|
PETERSON, B.., PRINCE, S.., BLAIR, J.B.., KNOX, R.G.., HOFTON, M.., GILLESPIE, D.., DUBAYAH, R..
|BLA-3-57-4||Bacterial community differentiation due to location within soil aggregates.|
BLACKWOOD, C.B.., SMUCKER, A.., PAUL, E.A..
|BOB-3-329-179||Cattle and biodiversity in the southern wind river landscape.|
|BOB-3-59-56||Changes in the carbon and nitrogen budgets of Eastern US forest ecosystems|
BRASWELL, B.H.., HOLLAND, E.A.., NEFF, J.C..
|BOR-3-92-3||The general relationship between species-area curves, diversity indices and species abundance distributions: A multifractal analysis.|
BORDA-DE-ÁGUA, L.., HUBBELL, S.P.., MCALLISTER, M.K..
|BRA-3-32-34||Xylem cavitation and repair in two clones of black cottonwood with different stomatal behavior.|
PRATT, R.B.., BLACK, R.A..
|BRA-3-52-23||Linking species diversity to the functioning of ecosystems: On the importance of environmental context.|
|BRA-3-73-18||Linking species behavior and ecosystem processes: Organism activity drives patterns of organic matter transport in streams.|
TAYLOR, B.W.., FLECKER, A.S.., PECKARSKY, B.L.., MCINTOSH, A.R..
|BRA-3-82-5||The interaction of soil texture and vegetation as a determinant of ant diversity in semiarid landscapes.|
|BRE-3-26-7||Emergence of complex, realistic habitat selection patterns from fitness-based rules in a stream trout model.|
HARVEY, B.C.., RAILSBACK, S.F..
|BRE-3-31-12||Why is a grass blade like a tree ring? An isotopic model for recording environmental data in grass blades.|
HELLIKER, B.R., EHLERINGER, J.R.
|BRE-3-32-15||Hydraulic architecture of seasonally dry rainforest tree species of differing leaf phenology from North Queensland, Australia.|
CHOAT, B.., HOLTUM, J.A.M.., LULY, J.G.., BALL, M.C..
|BRE-3-35-8||Physiological ecology of juvenile oaks: Implications for forest expansion in grasslands.|
DANNER, B.T.., KNAPP, A.K..
|BRE-3-44-1||Temporal dioecism in a prairie species: The case of Eryngium yuccifolium Michx (Apiaceae).|
|BRE-3-65-12||Different metrics of connectivity respond differently to landscape structure.|
GOODWIN, B.J.., FAHRIG, L..
|BRE-3-65-3||A spatial time series: Dynamics of openings in oak scrub vegetation|
DUNCAN, B.W.., SCHMALZER, P.A.., DUNLEVY, C.A..
|BRI-3-12-7||Plant diversity and ecosystem functioning: The importance of species evenness.|
WILSEY, B.J.., STIRLING, G.., POLLEY, H.W..
|BRI-3-20-1||Measurement error in ecology: Problems and prospects.|
|BRI-3-20-4||Measurement error and density dependence models.|
|BRI-3-28-3||Dendropedagogy: Teaching basic ecological and biostatistical principles through tree-ring studies.|
MCCARTHY*, B.C.., RUBINO, D.L..
|BRI-3-28-31||The Researching amphibian numbers in Alberta (RANA) Project: Combining public education and amphibian monitoring.|
EATON, B.., PASZKOWSKI, C.., TAKATS, L..
|BRI-3-30-31||Modeling tree stem temperature to estimate wood respiration.|
KLOEPPEL, B.D.., FREEMAN, M.C.., BOLSTAD, P.V..
|BRI-3-34-54||Symbiotic N-fixer responses to simulated global change in a California grassland.|
|BRI-3-37-27||Tree seedling survival and growth in southern Appalachian forests: Effects of canopy gaps, understory removal, trenching and fertilization.|
BECKAGE, B.., CLARK, J..
|BRI-3-48-30||Aphids, galls, and fruit: Things are better when sinks pull together.|
REHILL, B.J.., SCHULTZ, J.C..
|BRI-3-51-24||When does migration matter in managing multiple populations?|
|BRI-3-56-3||Polyphagous hosts and the stability of host-parasitoid interactions.|
|BRI-3-58-17||Environmental controls on rhizosphere and non-rhizosphere respiration in a northern hardwood forest.|
BOVARD, B.D.., VOGEL, C.S.., CURTIS, P.S..
|BRI-3-59-44||Impact of five Carbon treatments on the labile nutrient Pools of historic Nitrogen and water manipulated plots.|
FORD, B.E., BARRETT, J.E., BURKE, I.C., LAUENROTH, W.K.
|BRI-3-67-11||Interrelationships among soil respiration, organic C:N ratio, biomass production, and soil temperature during old-field succession in the Blackland Prairie. |
MOORE, B.R., WHITE, J.D., SERA, W.E.
|BRI-3-72-14||The effects of habitat limitation on consumption rates of juvenile Atlantic salmon.|
KENNEDY, B.P.., NISLOW, K.H.., FOLT, C.L.., BLUM, J.D..
|BRI-3-89-10||Functional type classification of southern Califonian vegetation using spectral reflectance.|
ZUTTA, B.R., SIMS, D.., GAMON, J.A.
|BRI-3-91-6||Estimating self-thinning relations in plants with regression quantiles.|
|BRI-3-92-18||Energetic scaling of ontogenetic growth and allocation: Testing predictions of a general allometric model in vascular plants.|
ENQUIST, B.J.., WEST, G.B.., BROWN, J.H..
|BRU-3-28-14||Experiments to teach ecology (Volume 2): A new ESA-sponsored web site and CD-ROM for undergraduate ecological education.|
GRANT, B.W.., D'AVANZO, C.., MUSANTE, S..
|BRU-3-31-23||Effects of salinity and temperature on respiratory metabolism of Salicornia utahensis from a Great Basin playa.|
HARRIS, L.C.., KHAN, M.A.., SMITH, B.N.., HANSEN, L.D..
|BRU-3-330-187||Nature, science, humans...how to find our way: An epistemological perspective.|
|BRU-3-40-49||An analysis of changes in landscape structure and vegetation between the years 1871 and 1897 in the Arbuckle Mountains, Murray County, Oklahoma, USA.|
HOAGLAND, B.., WATKINS, B..
|BRU-3-59-65||The effects of elevated CO2 on nitrogen cycling in a scrub oak ecosystem: An integrated study using a long-term 15N tracer.|
HUNGATE, B.A.., DIJKSTRA, P.., HYMUS, G.., LANGLEY, J.A.., JOHNSON, D.W.., DRAKE, B.G..
|BRU-3-65-46||Research towards sustainable land use and biodiversity in a mosaic of agriculture and tropical forest in Costa Rica.|
HAINES, B.L.., PETERSON, C..
|BRU-3-69-33||Responses to severe wind disturbance in an old-growth floodplain forest.|
ALLEN, B.P.., SHARITZ, R.R..
|BRU-3-81-10||Individual variability reduces demographic stochasticity.|
KENDALL, B.E.., FOX, G.A..
|BRU-3-92-1||A model for automatic species keying.|
|BRU-3-93-3||Links between rocky intertidal communities and nearshore oceanic conditions in upwelling vs. non-upwelling ecosystems in New Zealand.|
MENGE, B.A.., LUBCHENCO, J.., FREIDENBURG, T.., BRACKEN, M.., FOLEY, M.., HUDSON, G.., KRENZ, C.., LESLIE, H.., RUSSELL, R..
|BRY-3-52-60||Habitat-specific variation in species interactions in a neotropical stream: The roles of predation and prey settlement rates.|
DALEY, B.A.., FLECKER, A.S..
|BRY-3-54-3||Mutualistic associations of branchiobdellids and their crayfish hosts: Evidence of a freshwater cleaning symbiosis.|
BROWN, B.L.., DOBSON, W.E.., CREED, R.P..
|BRY-3-64-19||Effects of soil nutrient depletion and enrichment on plant biodiversity and restoration in a Kansas grassland.|
SCHRAG, A.M.., SMITH, V.H.., FOSTER, B.L.., PETERSON, V.L..
|BRY-3-78-4||A fine scale view of mussel recruitment patterns.|
CHESNEY, W.B.., ROBLES, C.D..
|BRY-3-83-10||Vegetation response to late-glacial and early Holocene climate change in New England.|
SHUMAN, B.N.., NEWBY, P.C.., WEBB III, T..
|BUS-3-83-14||Ecological characteristics and long-term wood production in Douglas-fir forests.|
BUSING, R.T.., GARMAN, S.L..
|CAM-3-45-6||Seed dispersal determines local seedling species richness in Bornean rain forest.|
WEBB, C.O.., PEART, D.R..
|CAN-3-36-8||Down the tube: Predators, pollinators and the evolution of flower shape in Polemonium viscosum (Polemoniaceae).|
CUBA, J.., GALEN, C..
|CAN-3-99-158||Rooting of Eastern gamagrass.|
WILLIAMS, C.O.., RHODEN, E..
|CAR-3-28-12||Imprint of the past: Ecological history of New Bedford Harbor.|
PESCH, C.E.., VOYER, R.A.., GARBER, J..
|CAR-3-28-16||Historical analysis of ecological effects: A useful educational tool.|
PESCH, C.E.., VOYER, R.A..
|CAR-3-29-5||Seasonal variation in maximum photosynthetic rates of Alliaria petiolata.|
MYERS, C.V.., ANDERSON, R.C..
|CAR-3-329-180||Cattle and trees at home on the range: The Mortenson Ranch (South Dakota) story.|
|CAR-3-34-35||Impact of solar UV-B on DNA integrity in Gunnera magellanica, a native plant of Tierra del Fuego, southern Argentina.|
GIORDANO, C.V.., ZIMA, A.M.., HERRERA, M.V.., ROUSSEAUX, M.C.., SCOPEL, A.L.., BALLARé, C.L.., CALDWELL, M.M..
|CAR-3-34-9||Effect of elevated CO2 on plant allocation to antiherbivory secondary compounds.|
COVIELLA, C.E.., TRUMBLE, J.T..
|CAR-3-37-12||Plant community regeneration response to seasonal variation in flooding and vegetation structure in a non-tidal wetland.|
|CAR-3-38-4||Effects of competition and nitrogen pulses on growth and nitrogen uptake by Bromus tectorum.|
YODER, C.K.., CALDWELL, M.M..
|CAR-3-40-38||Survey of the abiotic and biotic changes in a deciduous forest after the removal of an invasive shrub, Lonicera maackii. |
KEIFFER, C.H.., FRANZ, C..
|CAR-3-48-31||Anti-herbivore responses in the field: Interactions between wound- and UV-B induced defenses.|
MAZZA, C.A.., BALLARé, C.L.., STRATMANN, J.W.., RYAN, C.A.., ZAVALA, J..
|CAR-3-48-5||Effects of Neotoma micropus Dens on Prosopis glandulosa.|
KINNE, C.D.., POST, D.M..
|CAR-3-51-32||Weather-driven resource availability controls butterfly population dynamics.|
BOGGS, C.L.., INOUYE, D.W..
|CAR-3-512-193||Why the research you think should be in the news isn't and the news you think shouldn't be in the news is.|
|CAR-3-52-42||Blowing in the wind: The passive overland dispersal of freshwater zooplankton.|
CáCERES, C.E.., SOLUK, D.A..
|CAR-3-58-31||Spatial patterns of soil respiration and other soil properties in relation to blue oak (Quercus douglasii) distribution in a northern California woodland.|
ISHIKAWA, C.., BLEDSOE, C..
|CAR-3-58-38||Respiration responses to temperature in six arctic tundra soils.|
MIKAN, C.J.., SCHIMEL, J.P..
|CAR-3-612-211||Rapid PCR based tests to determine species identity: An aid to the management and conservation of threatened sympatric salmonids.|
GREIG, C.., ROBERTSON, J.M.., BANKS, M.A..
|CAR-3-76-5||The influence of nitrogen availability on the establishment of Fremont cottonwood seedlings along the Yampa River.|
ADAIR, E.C.., BINKLEY, D..
|CAR-3-82-21||West Coast rocky intertidal diversity: Invertebrates, algae, anchors, a gun and three spark plugs.|
SCHOCH, G.C.., ALLISON, G.., ETCHEMENDY, S.., WOOD, S.., MENGE, B.., LUBCHENCO, J..
|CAR-3-88-1||Population dynamics of species with haploid-diploid life cycles.|
THORNBER, C.S.., GAINES, S.D..
|CAR-3-91-7||Statistical thinking and eoclogical release: More on the weight of evidence.|
TUCKFIELD, R.C.., BELK, M.C..
|CAR-3-99-123||Effects of species and functional diversity of plants on ecosystem functioning: Preliminary results of a removal experiment.|
URCELAY, C.R.., GURVICH, D.E.., DíAZ, S.M.., CUEVAS, E.., CHAPIN III, F.S..
|CAT-3-28-26||Can an "energy approach" to introductory college physics benefit ecology students?|
MILLIKIN ISHIKAWA, C..
|CAT-3-40-35||Effects of microenvironment and tree characteristics on canopy vascular epiphyte distribution.|
|CAT-3-51-8||Patterns of individual variation and its implications for population models.|
|CAT-3-54-5||Growth responses to mycorrhizal colonization of rainforest seedlings vary with light intensity and plant species.|
|CAT-3-64-11||Developing indicators of salt marsh condition.|
WIGAND, C.., MCKINNEY, R.., CHARPENTIER, M..
|CAT-3-69-20||Direct and indirect effects of disturbance and nutrients on stream communities of the Midwestern U.S.: Covariance structure analysis.|
RISENG, C.M.., WILEY, M.J.., STEVENSON, R.J.., HOLOMUZKI, J.R..
|CAT-3-73-7||Cumulative impacts of two superfund sites and urban development upon a small watershed's streams.|
ROGERS, C.E.., BARBOUR, M.T.., PETER, A.., HEMOND, H.F..
|CEC-3-34-12|| Plant growth responses to enhancement or reduction in the ultraviolet-B radiation in morphologically contrasting agricultural species, Avena sativa and Lactuca sativa .|
ROUSSEAUX, M.C.., FLINT, S.D.., SEARLES, P.S.., CALDWELL, M.M..
|CEC-3-47-5||Phenotypic variation and fitness among U.S. and European populations of Bromus tectorum (cheatgrass).|
LYNN KINTER, C.., MACK, R.N..
|CEC-3-63-13||Ecosystem and physical control of tree growth in two Chilean temperate forests.|
PEREZ, C.., ARMESTO, J.J.., ARAVENA, J.C.., CARMONA, M..
|CEL-3-28-36||The tolerance of a marine oligochaete to low levels of dissolved oxygen.|
LEONARD, C.N.., HOLLAND, A.F.., BARANS, C.A.., GILLET, D..
|CES-3-99-134||Indirect plant defenses are induced by methyl jasmonate in two cotton varieties.|
RODRIGUEZ-SAONA, C.., CRAFTS-BRANDNER, S..
|CHA-3-28-5||ESA sponsors a web site and CD-ROM that integrates student-active teaching with topical issues for big and small ecology courses|
D'AVANZO, C.., GRANT, B.., MUSANTE, S..
|CHA-3-35-35||Microclimate affects stress protein expression.|
KNIGHT, C.A.., ACKERLY, D.D..
|CHA-3-40-22||Montane and subalpine meadows of the Three Sisters Wilderness Area/Biosphere Reserve, Oregon: A community classification and gradient analysis.|
|CHA-3-41-10||Reconstruction of whole-lake phosphorus loading related to land-use history based on analysis of sediment-phosphorous for Lake Volney, Le Sueur Co., Minnesota.|
UMBANHOWAR JR., C.E.., ENGSTROM, D.R.., BERGMAN, E.J..
|CHA-3-46-4||Selective seed abortion increases offspring survival in Cynoglossum officinale (Boraginaceae).|
MELSER, C.., KLINKHAMER, P.G.L..
|CHA-3-47-3||Ecological determinants of small-scale genetic structure in plants.|
|CHA-3-59-101||Effects of experimentally excluding foliar fungal plant disease on a grassland ecosystem: linking belowground production and allocation to leaf longevity and photosynthetic capacity. |
|CHA-3-6-5||Peering into the rhizosphere using genetically engineered bacteria as microscopic sensors.|
JAEGER III, C.H..
|CHA-3-65-38||The effects of dispersal and competition on the population dynamics of two dominant California coastal sage scrub species; California buckwheat and White sage.|
CHALEKIAN, J.S.., DEUTSCHMAN, D.H..
|CHA-3-66-31||Carbon dioxide as a selective agent for stomatal density.|
REID, C.D.., JACKSON, R..
|CHA-3-69-38||Interspecific variation in susceptibility to windthrow as a function of tree size and storm severity for northern temperate tree species.|
CANHAM, C.D.., PAPAIK, M.J.., LATTY, E.F..
|CHA-3-73-12||Response of stream invertebrate assemblages to perturbation: Persistence of structure in the face of marked changes in species composition.|
|CHA-3-84-3||Restoring crayfish populations in stressed wetlands of Everglades National Park.|
COSTA, C.A.., PERRY, S.A..
|CHA-3-99-140||Disturbance history and stand dynamics along a topographic gradient in old-growth hemlock-northern hardwood forests of the Allegheny Plateau, USA.|
RUFFNER, C.M.., ABRAMS, M.D..
|CHE-3-10-2||The influence of landscape processes on an endangered butterfly population: deciding where to restore habitat for the Fender's blue |
SCHULTZ, C.B.., CRONE, E.E.., HOLL, K.D..
|CHE-3-34-6||Climatic responses of old-growth Pinus elliottii var. densa in mesic pine flatwoods Florida, USA. |
FORD, C.R.., BROOKS, J.R..
|CHE-3-51-28||The influence of seasonality on parasitoid coexistence and host abundance.|
BRIGGS, C.J.., LATTO, J..
|CHE-3-75-18||Tolerance to soil moisture and light conditions of an invasive exotic Lepidium latifolium and two competing native species. |
CHEN, H.., QUALLS, R.G.., BLANK, R.R.., HAWKINS, A.., HUEY, H.., MATUSZAK, J.., TORRES, G..
|CHI-3-57-1||Dynamics of soil microbial biomass C and N of sub-alpine forest and grassland ecosystems in central Taiwan.|
CHIU, C.., CHIU, Y.., CHEN, J..
|CHI-3-99-102||College science teacher beliefs and influence on helping preservice biology teachers to do science.|
YEN, C.F.., HUANG, S.C..
|CHR-3-1-4||Hierarchical thinking and quality: Can ecological science and humanities exchange ideas and styles?|
PIRES, J.C.., ALLEN, T.F.H..
|CHR-3-18-4||The ecosystem consequences of deforestation for pasture in Rondonia.|
NEILL, C.., CERRI, C.C.., DEEGAN, L.A.., FEIGL, B.J.., GARCIA-MONTIEL, D.., KRUSCHE, A.., MELILLO, J.M.., PICCOLO, M.C.., STEUDLER, P.A.., VICTORIA, R.L..
|CHR-3-26-9||Artificial Life approaches to ecological modeling.|
|CHR-3-28-2||Involving the public in long-term research: An educational solution to the problem of funding open-ended studies in population biology.|
|CHR-3-29-14||Tree canopy asymmetry at forest gap edges.|
MUTH, C.C.., BAZZAZ, F.A..
|CHR-3-29-2||Survival and growth of seedlings of 12 Chilean temperate rainforest trees in contrasting light environments: gas exchange and allocational correlates.|
LUSK, C.., DEPOZO, A.L..
|CHR-3-30-18||Stand respiration and carbon balance in mid-rotation loblolly pine plantations in response to enhanced soil resource availability.|
MAIER, C.A.., ALBAUGH, T.J.., ALLEN, H.L..
|CHR-3-30-43||Plant gas exchange in urban and suburban landscapes.|
MARTIN, C.A.., STABLER, L..
|CHR-3-31-21||Effects of fertilization on patterns of carbon allocation and gross primary production in a tropical plantation forest.|
GIARDINA, C.P.., RYAN, M.G.., BINKLEY, D.., FOWNES, J.H..
|CHR-3-33-4||Sapling stem-nitrogen dynamics in a southern New England forest.|
|CHR-3-33-8||Differences in nitrogen uptake modified by microbiotic soil crusts and AM fungi for herbs in a xeric Florida shrubland.|
|CHR-3-35-42||Insecticide treatment increases fine root longevity in peach (Prunus persica).|
WELLS, C.., EISSENSTAT, D.., GLENN, D.M..
|CHR-3-36-2||Phenotypic selection on floral traits of Lobelia cardinalis and Lobelia siphilitica: Interspecific and interpopulation variation.|
|CHR-3-37-22||Morphological variation in twelve salt marsh plant species on Sapelo Island, GA.|
RICHARDS, C.L.., PENNINGS, S.C.., DONOVAN, L.A..
|CHR-3-38-1||Disease resistance in Arabidopsis increases the probability of long-term ecological success.|
DAMGAARD, C.., JENSEN, B.D..
|CHR-3-40-33||Spatial and depth variations in the soil seed bank of an inland salt marsh.|
COTEFF, C.., VAN AUKEN, O.W..
|CHR-3-40-4||Influence of site quality and disturbance in central Appalachian deciduous forests.|
SMALL, C.J.., MCCARTHY, B.C..
|CHR-3-41-6||Structure and biomass of a polar-latitude Eocene forest from the Canadian Arctic.|
WILLIAMS, C.J.., JOHNSON, A.H.., LEPAGE, B.A.., VANN, D.R.., SWEDA, T..
|CHR-3-42-40||Reproductive compensation by wild carrot, Daucus carota: The interaction of plant competition and mammalian herbivory.|
SACCHI, C.F.., DOOLEY, J.L..
|CHR-3-50-10||Vigilance, feeding efficiency, and optimal group size of northern bobwhite coveys.|
WILLIAMS, C.K.., LUTZ, R.S.., APPLEGATE, R.D..
|CHR-3-51-22||Source-sink population dynamics of a Rocky Mountain mayfly: Estimating patch quality and dispersal.|
CAUDILL, C.C.., PECKARSKY, B.L..
|CHR-3-56-10||The effects of prey heterogeneity and consumer identity on the limitation of trophic-level biomass.|
|CHR-3-56-13||Cyclomorphosis in Daphnia cucullata - An adaptation against multipredator environments.|
LAFORSCH, C.., TOLLRIAN, R..
|CHR-3-56-15||Non-lethal effects of predators on anuran oviposition site selection: Implications for aquatic community structure .|
BINCKLEY, C.A.., RESETARITS JR., W.J..
|CHR-3-58-16||Fine root dynamics of a developing forest in response to nitrogen.|
BENO, C.C.., COLEMAN, M.D.., FRIEND, A.L..
|CHR-3-58-23||Characterization of the ectomycorrhizal fungi associated with the alpine sedge (Kobresia myosuroides).|
SCHADT, C.W.., SCHMIDT, S.K..
|CHR-3-59-13||Assessing the impact of prairie restoration and agricultural land use on soil carbon dynamics in southern Wisconsin.|
|CHR-3-59-96||Seasonal and interannual variations in the isotopic composition of carbon fluxes in a tallgrass prairie ecosystem.|
STILL, C.., BERRY, J.., RIBAS-CARBO, M.., HELLIKER, B.., VERMA, S..
|CHR-3-65-18||Soil patchiness and spatial patterns of tree patch development in a subtropical savanna.|
STOKES, C.., ARCHER, S..
|CHR-3-66-30||Carbon uptake in forests of Eurasia and North America.|
GOODALE, C.L.., , MEMBERSOFTHENCEASCARBONWORKINGGROUP.
|CHR-3-69-30||Wind damage and revegetation across 10 years in a hemlock-white pine forest remnant: The importance of severity and pre-disturbance vegetation characteristics.|
|CHR-3-69-5||Resource allocation and survival of Paulownia tomentosa seedlings in a managed forest landscape.|
WILLIAMS, A.C.., MCCARTHY, B.C..
|CHR-3-73-6||The influence of habitat heterogeneity on the rates of ecological processes: An experimental assessment in a stream ecosystem.|
SWAN, C.M.., PALMER, M.A.., CARDINALE, B.., BROOKS, S..
|CHR-3-78-2||The use of a matrix model to study indirect effects in a hermit crab-hydroid symbiosis.|
|CHR-3-78-3||Recruitment, density thresholds, and interannual variability in interaction strength.|
|CHR-3-81-1||A simple metapopulation model based on relationships between local demographic rates and regional density.|
RAY, C.., PEACOCK, M.., DUNHAM, J..
|CHR-3-82-17||Effects of disturbance on relationships between species richness and ecosystem processes: Using bryophyte communities as model systems.|
MULDER, C.P.H.., DOAK, D.F..
|CHR-3-87-17||The effects of spatial resolution of plant-soil heterogeneity on the dynamics of nitrogen transformation in two model forest systems .|
TONITTO, C.., POWELL, T.M..
|CHR-3-9-9||Using nitrogen stable isotopes to assess linkages between land use activities and water quality in western US watersheds.|
LUECKE, C.., THOMPSON, B.., MESNER, N..
|CHU-3-5-2||Conservation through development of traditional informal institutions in Mongolia|
CHULUUN, T.., ENHBAT, A.., SHURENTUYA, B..
|CIN-3-48-6||Impacts of invading European earthworms on understory plant communities in previously worm-free hardwood forests of Minnesota.|
HALE, C.M.., FRELICH, L.E.., REICH, P.B..
|CLA-3-38-5||Do clonally integrated plants avoid self-competition? A test with Fragaria chiloensis (beach strawberry).|
HOLZAPFEL, C.., ALPERT, P.., KREIN, S..
|CLA-3-42-43||Herbivore damages to floral structures in three species of Vellozia (Velloziaceae) in SE Brazil.|
JACOBI, C.M.., BARBOSA, A.C..
|CLA-3-42-9||Talking ramets: Induction of defense against herbivory in ramets by attack on connected ramets in the clonal plant Fragaria chiloensis .|
GOLDSTEIN, B.., ALPERT, P.., HOLZAPFEL, C.., MAFFUCCIO, A.L.., PARAG, H.A..
|CLI-3-23-3||Plant resource heterogeneity: When is it signal and when is it noise?|
|COD-3-68-14||Prescribed burning and overstory reduction as tools for restoration of ponderosa pine forests.|
WIENK, C.L.., SIEG, C.H.., MCPHERSON, G.R..
|COE-3-66-16||Constructing standing carbon budgets for individual forests: Can forest inventory and analysis data provide a shortcut?|
HOOVER, C.M.., BIRDSEY, R.A.., HEATH, L.S..
|COL-3-23-1||A functional model for predicting patterns of within-plant resource heterogeneity and its consequences to herbivores.|
ORIANS, C.M.., JONES, C.G..
|COL-3-34-40||Aboveground production of C3 and C4 species in a Chesapeake Bay salt marsh as a result of salinity, flooding, CO2, and CO2 interactions.|
SAUNDERS, C.J.., MARSH, A.S.., DRAKE, B.G..
|COL-3-34-55||Stomatal response to elevated CO2 changes with seasonal water availability in pinyon pine and juniper.|
EDGAR, C.W.., KOCH, G.W..
|COL-3-512-198||Black is green: A baseline study of environmental programs at historically Black colleges and universities.|
|COL-3-76-22||The role of riparian habitats and stream networks in facilitating the spread of invasive species.|
|CON-3-36-4||Sucrose accumulation as a response to desiccation in Quercus alba L. acorns: A natural glycoprotectant.|
CONNOR, K.F.., SOWA, S..
|CON-3-48-36||Preference and performance of a generalist herbivore on Q. agrifolia and Q. engelmannii seedlings from a southern California oak woodland.|
DUNNING, C.E.., PAINE, T.D.., REDAK, R.A..
|CON-3-58-12||Soil microorganisms and fatty acid methyl ester profiles along a nitrogen deposition gradient.|
SIGUENZA, C.., ALLEN, E.B.., ALLEN, M.F.., CROWLEY, D.E..
|COR-3-63-39||Linkages between the soil microbial community and biogeochemical cycling in a tropical rainforest forest of Costa Rica: The effects of soil type and land use history.|
CLEVELAND, C.C.., TOWNSEND, A.R.., LEFER, M.E.., CONSTANCE, B..
|COR-3-99-144||Effects of nutrient limitation, light limitation, and invertebrate grazers on phytoplankton living in deep chlorophyll layers.|
LEW SAWATZKY, C.., WURTSBAUGH, W.A.., LUECKE, C..
|COU-3-52-49||Can functional redundancy in primary producer assemblages and variability in consumer populations buffer communities from multiple stressors?|
RICHMOND, C.E.., BREITBURG, D.L.., ROSE, K.A..
|CRA-3-49-1||The effect of feeding frequency on growth: Has the physiology of intermittent feeders co-evolved with an infrequent feeding strategy?|
WILMHOFF, C.D.., GUTZKE, W.H.N..
|CRA-3-65-45||Dynamic microtopography in a rapidly eroding landscape: Ecological implications.|
WILCOX, B.P.., ALLEN, C.D.., BRESHEARS, D.D..
|CRA-3-65-47||Regional conservation planning in Australian rangelands|
JAMES, C.D.., FISHER, A.., SMITH, M.S.., LONGWORTH, J.., MACONOCHIE, J.., TYNAN, R.., LANDSBERG, J..
|CRA-3-66-37||A solar-cycle model for holocene climates.|
|CRA-3-67-9||Community self-organization and the introduction success of a bioremediative soil microorganism.|
ZIMMERMANN, C.R.., FUKAMI, T.., SAYLER, G.S.., DRAKE, J.A..
|CRA-3-68-45||The relative roles of lightning and aboriginal ignitions in pre-1900 fire regimes, southwestern USA.|
|CRA-3-74-9||UV radiation and zooplankton distribution across vertical habitat gradients in three glacial lakes of differing transparency.|
WILLIAMSON, C.E.., LEECH, D.M..
|CRA-3-79-3||Density-dependence in reef fish: A quantitative synthesis.|
OSENBERG, C.W.., HOLBROOK, S.J.., SCHMITT, R.J.., STMARY, C.M.., WILSON, J.A..
|CRE-3-59-89||Soil respiration and total belowground carbon allocation in developing Pinus contorta forests, Yellowstone National Park.|
LITTON, C.M.., RYAN, M.G.., TINKER, D.B.., KNIGHT, D.H..
|CRE-3-69-8||The effects of clearcutting and wildfire on ground-dwelling beetles.|
|CRI-3-59-37||The effect of windthrow disturbance and salvage logging on nitrogen cycling in a coniferous forest ecosystem.|
RUMBAITIS-DEL RIO, C.., WESSMAN, C.A..
|CRI-3-59-86||Parent material controls over carbon and nitrogen storage in California.|
CASTANHA, C.., AMUNDSON, R..
|CUR-3-47-1||Shifts in allele and genotype frequencies in zebra mussels, Dreissena polymorpha, along the latitudinal gradient formed by the Mississippi River.|
ELDERKIN, C.L.., KLERKS, P.L..
|CUR-3-81-7||Desert tortoise reproduction: The influence of female size and abiotic factors on fecundity.|
BJURLIN, C.D.., BISSONETTE, J.A..
|CYN-3-46-13||Responses to ambient UV radiation and R:FR vary between sun and shade populations of Impatiens capensis.|
WEINIG, C.., SCHMITT, J..
|CYN-3-51-25||A pond experiment investigating the effects of small-bodied fishes on growth and survivorship of wood frog larvae.|
PASZKOWSKI, C.., EATON, B.., GARTNER, T.., GINGRAS, B..
|CYN-3-64-14||Effects of straw mulch, nitrogen fertilizer and compost on establishment of California native perennial grasses .|
BROWN, C.S.., RICE, K.J..
|CYN-3-68-6||Experimental studies of fire temperature on oak ( Quercus) seed germination in Appalachian mixed-oak litter.|
RICCARDI, C.L.., MCCARTHY, B.C..
|DAF-3-30-22||A search for a simple but predictive model of net ecosystem productivity from eddy-covariance data.|
HUI, D.., LUO, Y.., KATUL, G..
|DAL-3-30-13||Impact of forest expansion (Juniperus virginiana) on surface fluxes of CO2 in the Great Plains.|
BREMER, D.J.., HAM, J.M.., JOHNSON, L.C.., OWENSBY, C.E..
|DAL-3-60-5||Effects of elevated CO2 on nutrient cycling in a sweetgum plantation.|
JOHNSON, D.W.., NORBY, R.J.., CHENG, W.., JOSLIN, J.D.., TODD, D.E.., EDWARDS, N.T.., O'NEILL, E.G..
|DAL-3-63-41||Spatial heterogeneity during the early stages of secondary succession in a slash-pine forest.|
GUO, D.., MOU, P.., JONES, R.J..
|DAL-3-68-46||Restoring fire as an ecological process in shortgrass prairie ecosystems.|
|DAN-3-30-2||Timing and mechanism of impact of the Swiss needle cast fungus, Phaeocryptopus gaeumannii, on Douglas-fir needle gas exchange and rubisco activation.|
MANTER, D.., BOND, B.., KAVANAGH, K.., ROSSO, P.., FILIP, G..
|DAN-3-32-39||Effects of soil moisture substrate characteristics on mesquite water relations and leaf carbon isotope ratios in semi-desert grasslands.|
KOEPKE, D.F.., WILLIAMS, D.G.., FRAVOLINI, A..
|DAN-3-34-14||Effect of growth at low atmospheric CO2 on plant photosynthetic tolerance of high temperatures.|
TAUB, D.R.., SEEMANN, J.., COLEMAN, J.S..
|DAN-3-34-61||The responses of fine roots on patches of water and nitrogen in two dominant Mojave Desert shrubs.|
OBRIST, D.., ARNONE, J.A..
|DAN-3-35-6||A single-tree approach to age-related decline in stand growth.|
BINKLEY, D.., RYAN, M.G.., BARNARD, H..
|DAN-3-38-25||Resource competition between the exotic invasive, purple loosestrife, and native broad-leaved cattail: Evidence from field observations.|
BUNKER, D.E.., CARSON, W.P..
|DAN-3-39-12||Population biology of native and alien thistles: Relative importance of competition and herbivory as a function of soil fertility.|
|DAN-3-40-10||Dynamics of exotic species and their establishment in the Pawnee National Grassland, CO USA.|
BETZ, D.., LAUENROTH, W.K..
|DAN-3-48-9||Sarmentosin sequestration by apollo butterflies in the Colorado alpine.|
|DAN-3-49-2||The allometry of nutrient storage in the desert carpenter ant, Camponotus festinatus.|
HAHN, D.A.., WHEELER, D.E..
|DAN-3-5-6||Conservation, harvest and human behavior in Lake Victoria fisheries.|
SCHINDLER, D.E.., OGUTU-OHWAYO, R.., KITCHELL, J.F..
|DAN-3-50-2||Effects of tidal inundation on the distribution of wolf spiders in an intertidal salt marsh.|
LEWIS, D.., DENNO, R.F..
|DAN-3-68-19||Jack pine in the absence of fire on Great Wass Island, ME: Bog and outcrop populations.|
GRENIER, D.J.., BARTON, A.M..
|DAN-3-68-35||Predicting patterns of lodgepole pine serotiny across the Yellowstone landscape.|
TINKER, D.B.., TURNER, M.G.., ROMME, W.H..
|DAN-3-69-23||Long term development of stand structure following catastrophic fire in Yellowstone National Park: Do landscape legacies persist?|
KASHIAN, D.M.., TURNER, M.G.., ROMME, W.H..
|DAN-3-76-19||The role of large woody debris in riparian forest regeneration in western Oregon.|
SARR, D.A.., MOMSEN, R.E.., HIBBS, D.E..
|DAN-3-80-7||Alteration of microbial community composition and decomposition by an invasive intertidal eelgrass, Zostera japonica, in a Washington estuary.|
|DAN-3-89-6||Estimating leaf photosynthetic rates using hyperspectral reflectance at leaf and canopy scales.|
SIMS, D.A.., GAMON, J.A..
|DAN-3-9-6||Taking the pulse of mountains: research and monitoring networks|
|DAN-3-93-10||Spatial structure and predictive mapping of chlorophyll in a large estuarine system.|
FISCUS, D.A.., BOYNTON, W.R.., GARDNER, R.H..
|DAR-3-32-35||Variation in water availability and plant physiological characteristics among species occupying a substrate and rainfall matrix in Hawaii.|
|DAR-3-40-9||Dendrochronological analysis of white oak (Quercus alba L.) growing across a topographic moisture gradient in southern Ohio.|
RUBINO, D.L.., MCCARTHY, B.C..
|DAR-3-63-35||Nitrogen limitation and ecosystem self-organization: The effects of spatial heterogeneity.|
JENERETTE, G.D.., WU, J.., GRIMM, N.B..
|DAR-3-69-41||A modeled analysis of N and P limitation in disturbed tropical forests.|
HERBERT, D.A.., WILLIAMS, M.., RASTETTER, E.B..
|DAR-3-88-9||Carbon fluxes within the pelagic food web of an Antarctic lake: Even slower than expected.|
MOORHEAD, D.., ROBERTS, E.., LAYBOURN-PARRY, J.., SCHMELING, J..
|DAV-3-12-5||Conserving regional biodiversity in New England by integrating historical and biogeographical perspectives.|
|DAV-3-17-2||Changes in patterns of plant and animal species richness in response to climate change.|
|DAV-3-18-6||The dynamic New England landscape: Understanding the present and anticipating future change in a land conditioned by history.|
|DAV-3-29-1||Phenology of Aesculus glabra in relation to temporal patterns of resource availability in a northern Indiana forest.|
|DAV-3-30-30||Light and temperature effects on the photosynthetic characteristics of boreal C4 and C3 grasses.|
KUBIEN, D.S.., SAGE, R.F..
|DAV-3-30-34||The effects of stand density on the canopy boundary layer conductance and microclimate of young conifer forests.|
WOODRUFF, D.R.., BOND, B.J.., RITCHIE, G.A.., WATRUD, E.., COATE, J.., PHILLIPS, N..
|DAV-3-34-10||Effects of elevated CO2 and supplemental nitrogen on photosynthesis and productivity of the Mojave Desert annual, Camissonia claviformis. |
HOUSMAN, D.C.., RAMOS, A.., SMITH, S.D..
|DAV-3-34-16||Leaf respiration in sweetgum: Direct and indirect effects of elevated CO2.|
TISSUE, D.T.., LEWIS, J.D.., GRIFFIN, K.L.., ANDERSON, O.R..
|DAV-3-34-34||Photosynthetic responses of three vine species to elevated CO2 in a piedmont North Carolina forest understory.|
MYERS, D.A.., THOMAS, R.B..
|DAV-3-34-38||Elevated CO2 alters amino acid profiles in wheat leaves.|
SMART, D.R.., NGUYEN, D.., TRINH, N.., BLOOM, A.J..
|DAV-3-34-53||The effects of late spring frosts on the diversity and abundance of flowering in sub-alpine meadows.|
|DAV-3-34-59||CO2 responses in fifteen species across four free-air CO2 enrichment (FACE) experiments: Is leaf Ci/Ca maintained?|
ELLSWORTH, D.S.., KOCH, G.W.., REICH, P.B.., KATUL, G.G..
|DAV-3-34-67||Stable isotope composition of water vapor and CO2 of air in mesquite-C4 grass vegetation.|
WILLIAMS, D.G.., LIN, G.., BRUNEL, J..
|DAV-3-34-78||Reproductive response of Delphinium nelsonii (Ranunculaceae) to a subalpine climate warming experiment .|
SAAVEDRA, F.., INOUYE, D.W..
|DAV-3-34-81||Allometric relationship between tree diameter and total aboveground biomass may be more species independent than previously thought.|
CHOJNACKY*, D.C.., JENKINS, J.C..
|DAV-3-35-18||Long-term studies of a Shetland serpentine site.|
|DAV-3-35-27||Ecophysiology and phenology of chaparral shrubs: A multivariate, comparative study.|
ACKERLY, D.D.., STARMER, K.P..
|DAV-3-35-33||Analysis of relative growth rate in ecological experiments.|
|DAV-3-38-22||Growth and competition along environmental gradients in New Zealand mountain beech forest.|
COOMES, D.., ALLEN, R..
|DAV-3-38-23||Alternative yield-density models for the study of plant competition. |
HUMPHREY, L.D.., SCHUPP, E.W..
|DAV-3-39-6||The role of Pseudotsuga menziesii as a long-lived pioneer is determined by its processes of foliage regeneration.|
ISHII, H.., FORD, E.D..
|DAV-3-40-45||Plant species richness on the Shoshone National Forest, Wyoming: The continuum and the cosmic pear.|
ROBERTS, D.W.., WEIDNER, M.R.., MCCLOSKEY, K.J.., HOUSTON, K.E..
|DAV-3-40-54||Effects of diversity on the invasibility of plant communities in California serpentine grassland.|
HOOPER, D.U.., DUKES, J.S.., VERVILLE, J..
|DAV-3-44-5||How do so many Clarkia coexist? The influence of population size and sympatric Clarkia species on pollinator availability and reproductive success in Clarkia xantiana.|
|DAV-3-48-11||Herbivory of vine maple,Acer circinatum(Pursh) in an old-growth Douglas-fir/western hemlock forest.|
BRAUN, D.M.., RUNCHENG, B.., SHAW, D.C.., VANSCOY, M..
|DAV-3-48-35||Grasshopper population dynamics and vegetation patterns: An experimental analysis.|
|DAV-3-51-10||Mouse population eruptions in New Zealand forests: The role of population density and seedfall.|
CHOQUENOT, D.., RUSCOE, W..
|DAV-3-52-17||Terrestrial trophic cascades: How much do they trickle?|
WISE, D.H.., HALAJ, J..
|DAV-3-52-24||Population consequences of intermediate disturbance: Recruitment, browsing, predation, and geochemistry.|
WETHEY, D.S.., LINDSAY, S.M.., WOODIN, S.A.., MARINELLI, R.L..
|DAV-3-52-25||Impact of spider predation on densities of forest-floor Collembola.|
CHEN, B.., LAWRENCE, K.L.., WISE, D.H..
|DAV-3-52-30||Design and outcome in ecological experiments: An analysis of tadpole density manipulations.|
SKELLY, D.K.., KIESECKER, J.M..
|DAV-3-52-36||Understanding the ecological determinants of food-chain length: Recent advances.|
|DAV-3-52-5||Positive effects of clearcutting on deer mouse demography leads to increased trillium seed predation.|
TALLMON, D.A.., RADKE, N.., MILLS, L.S.., JULES, E.S..
|DAV-3-53-3||Vertical organization of the small bird community in an old-growth Douglas-fir/western hemlock forest.|
SHAW, D.C.., FREEMAN, E.., FLICK, C..
|DAV-3-53-6||Effects of grassland-invasive Juniperus virginiana on avian communities.|
ENGLE, D.M.., CHAPMAN, R.N.., MASTERS, R.E.., LESLIE, JR., D.M..
|DAV-3-56-19||Effect of prey movement response on local predator impact.|
|DAV-3-56-25||Food preferences of keystone predators: Does a keystone predator prefer prey species with high relative abundances?|
CHALCRAFT, D.R.., RESETARITS, JR., W.J..
|DAV-3-56-28||Predation gradients in intertidal communities: The interactive roles of habitat and elevation.|
BRUCE LEWIS, D.., EBY, L.A..
|DAV-3-56-40||Giant cannibals emerge from size-structured population dynamics.|
CLAESSEN, D.., DE ROOS, A.., PERSSON, L..
|DAV-3-57-6||Changes in alpine soil microbial function and species composition during spring snowmelt|
LIPSON, D.A.., MONSON, R.K.., SCHMIDT, S.K..
|DAV-3-57-7||Distribution and diversity of soil Crenarchaeota in the front range of the Rocky Mountains.|
|DAV-3-59-12||Immobilization of nitrate and nitrite in temperate forest soils: Microbial and abiotic processes and potential interaction.|
DAIL, D.B.., DAVIDSON, E.A.., CHOROVER, J..
|DAV-3-59-95||Carbon balance of long-term experimental pine forests in the Nebraska Sandhills: A tradeoff between net carbon storage and soil carbon losses.|
WEDIN, D.A.., BULLERMAN, M.., MINNICK, T.J..
|DAV-3-6-2||Soil rhizosphere foodwebs in agroecosystems: Impacts of herbivory and tillage management.|
COLEMAN, D.C.., FU, S..
|DAV-3-6-3||Root foraging in nutrient-rich patches: Interactions with rhizosphere organisms.|
EISSENSTAT, D.M.., WANG, L..
|DAV-3-61-4||Primary production of summer-fallow winter wheat and native grasslands in the shortgrass steppe.|
SMITH, D.P.., LAUENROTH, W.K.., BURKE, I.C..
|DAV-3-63-12||Heterogeneity in tropical rain forest structure and dynamics across a terra firme nutrient and topographic gradient.|
CLARK, D.B.., CLARK, D.A.., OBERBAUER, S.F.., VELDKAMP, E..
|DAV-3-63-17||Interpreting indicators of rangeland health.|
PYKE, D.A.., SHAVER, P.., PELLANT, M.., HERRICK, J.E..
|DAV-3-63-19||Ecosystem response to hemlock decline from hemlock woolly adelgid in southern New England.|
ORWIG, D.A.., COBB, R.C.., KIZLINSKI, M.L.., CURRIE, S.J.., FOSTER, D.R..
|DAV-3-64-16||Herbivory of Ceanothus fendleri: Implications for forest restoration.|
HUFFMAN, D.W.., MOORE, M.M..
|DAV-3-64-6||Evaluating ecosystem restoration in the Kissimmee River with metrics based on different reference conditions.|
|DAV-3-65-40||Island remnant patterns of forest fires in boreal forests: Far from random.|
|DAV-3-66-2||Carbon storage in the US 1895-1993.|
TIAN, H.., TIAN, H.., RUNNING, S.., MELILLO, J.., NEILSON, R.., PARTON, W.., OJIMA, D.., KITTEL, T.., SYKES, M.., MCGUIRE, A.D..
|DAV-3-66-28||Implications of changes in hibernation behavior by three high-altitude mammal species, and correlations with climate change.|
ARMITAGE, K.B.., INOUYE, D.W.., BARR, B..
|DAV-3-67-12||Landslide revegetation revisited: A test of the space-for-time substitution.|
BRYANT, D.M.., ZARIN, D.J.., INNES, J.C.., DUCEY, M.J..
|DAV-3-68-30||Response of boreal forest soil CO2 efflux to experimental wildfire (Frostfire) in an interior Alaska watershed.|
VALENTINE, D.W.., BOONE, R.D..
|DAV-3-69-11||Constraints on forest regrowth following 19th century clearcutting and fire.|
|DAV-3-69-42||Disturbance in mixed-conifer forests of Yosemite Valley, California.|
RIZZO, D.M.., SLAUGHTER, G.W..
|DAV-3-69-43||The effects of livestock grazing and climate variation on vegetation and grasshoppers in the northern Chihuahuan Desert.|
LIGHTFOOT, D.C.., HUENNEKE, L.F..
|DAV-3-71-1||Dynamics of bivalve species replacement during the zebra mussel invasion of the Hudson River.|
STRAYER, D.L.., MALCOM, H.M..
|DAV-3-74-2||Competition for food between zebra mussels and larval bluegill.|
|DAV-3-82-15||A simple model of species viability in stochastic landscapes.|
|DAV-3-83-13||Population-level effects of defoliation in the tropical understory palm Chamaedorea elegans.|
ANTEN, N.P.R.., MARTINEZ-RAMOS, M.., ACKERLY, D.D..
|DAV-3-87-5||The role of fire disturbance, climate, and atmospheric CO2 in the response of historical carbon dynamics in Alaska from 1950 to 1995.|
MCGUIRE, A.D.., MEIER, R.A.., ZHUANG, Q.., MACANDER, M.., RUPP, T.S.., KASISCHKE, E.., VERBYLA, D.., KICKLIGHTER, D.W.., MELILLO, J.M..
|DAV-3-89-3||Spatial heterogeneity in vegetation light use efficiency over an agricultural landscape in central Illinois.|
TURNER, D.P.., GOWER, S.T.., COHEN, W.B.., GREGORY, M.., MAIERSPERGER, T.K..
|DAV-3-9-1||Taking the pulse of mountains: stress and ecosystem change in the 20th century|
|DAV-3-90-1||Documenting the impacts of changing land use and land holding trends on vegetation patterns in the California Sierra Nevada using a geographic information system (GIS).|
SAAH, D.., BENNING, T.., FORTMANN, L..
|DAV-3-93-8||Linking patch-scale heterogeneity to hillslope runoff in semaird ecosystems.|
BRESHEARS, D.D.., MARTENS, S.N.., BEESON, P.C..
|DAV-3-99-108||Communicating ideas in ecology - why is it difficult?|
|DAW-3-99-169||Evolutionary perspectives in plant ecophysiology.|
DAWSON, T.E.., ACKERLY, D.., LECHOWICZ, M..
|DEB-3-16-7||Reciprocal hybridization and the threat of invasive hybrid Spartina to salt marshes in California. |
AYRES, D.., STRONG, D..
|DEB-3-2-9||What can ecology contribute to a people-dominated world?|
|DEB-3-39-14||Density dependence in per-capita rates of population growth.|
OVERATH, R.D.., FOWLER, N.L.., PEASE, C.M..
|DEB-3-43-9||Cattle use of prairie dog towns on the shortgrass steppe of Colorado.|
GUENTHER, D.A.., DETLING, J.K..
|DEB-3-512-197||The environmental television documentary as endangered species.|
|DEB-3-59-36||Assessing the spatial and temporal variation in belowground carbon allocation in an old-growth neotropical rain forest.|
CLARK, D.A.., VELDKAMP, E.., SCHWENDENMANN, L.., BRENES, T.., MACKENSEN, J.., OBERBAUER, S.F..
|DEB-3-61-6||Potential ecological effects of Bt transgenes in wild plants.|
|DEB-3-66-7||Comparison of nematode communities in soils exposed to ambient or elevated CO2 concentrations.|
NEHER, D.A.., WEICHT, T.R..
|DEB-3-69-45||Plant species dominance and disturbance at a grassland-shrubland ecotone.|
|DEN-3-30-21||Seasonal pattern and influence of water stress on photosynthesis and 2-methyl-3-buten-2-ol emission from ponderosa pine.|
GRAY, D.W.., LERDAU, M.T.., GOLDSTEIN, A.H..
|DEN-3-32-24||Effects of early summer frosts on the hydraulic and stomatal conductance of a deciduous arctic species (Salix pulchra).|
GORSUCH, D.M.., OBERBAUER, S.F.., FISHER, J.B..
|DEN-3-35-37||Video imagery: A communication tool for ecological studies.|
MCCRUMB, A.D.., COUGHENOUR, M.B.., OJIMA, D.S.., STOHLGREN, T.J.., WOODMANSEE, R.G..
|DEN-3-46-22||Impacts of combined leaf damage and Plasmodiophora brassicae root infection on Brassica rapa.|
FRANKE, D.M.., WEIS, A.E..
|DEN-3-52-54||Food web complexity and the response of aquatic systems to stress.|
BREITBURG, D.L.., RICHMOND, C.E.., BARTELL, S.M..
|DEN-3-66-10||Simulated climate change impacts on key ecosystem properties of potential compared to current land cover for the conterminous United States. |
OJIMA, D.S.., PARTON, W.J.., KITTEL, T.G.F.., KELLY, R.., HARTMAN, M..
|DER-3-12-4||Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Project: Aiming for adaptive management.|
DARROW, DERETHA(DEECEE)., KABRICK, J.M.., GRABNER, J.., JENSEN, R..
|DER-3-51-13||Patch size-dependent migration and semi-synchronous extinction in a beetle metapopulation.|
|DES-3-42-20||Impact of the last spruce budworm outbreak in Quebec and Ontario in relation to the balsam fir relative proportion in a stand.|
DESJARDINS, O.., MORIN, H.., BERGERON, Y..
|DES-3-59-85||Root effects on soil carbon and nitrogen cycling in a Pinus radiata plantation.|
ROSS, D.J.., SCOTT, N.A.., TATE, K.R.., RODDA, N.J.., TOWNSEND, J.A..
|DES-3-99-132||Factors influencing invasion of southern Californian grasslands by the herbaceous perennial mediterranean climate exotic, Cynara cardunculus.|
|DIA-3-13-2||Soil biodiversity and agricultural productivity.|
|DIA-3-28-13||Faculty institutes reforming science teaching through field stations (IRST): A model for faculty professional development.|
EBERT-MAY, D.., HODDER, J.., MARSHALL, B..
|DIA-3-40-34||An ecological description and comparison of the Chihuahuan Desert upland communities of the Diamond Y Springs Preserve of west Texas.|
HART, A.D.., VAN AUKEN, O.W..
|DIA-3-59-57||Seasonal patterns of NO and N2O emissions in forest and pastures in the southwestern Brazilian Amazon.|
GARCIA-MONTIEL, D.C.., STEUDLER, P.A.., MELILLO, J.., NEILL, C.., PICCOLO, M.., CERRI, C..
|DIA-3-64-2||Changes in nitrogen cycling across a 25-year chronosequence of tallgrass prairie restoration sites.|
LANE, D.R.., BASSIRIRAD, H..
|DIA-3-71-13||Aquatic macroinvertebrate assemblages of small headwater streams: Effects of adjacent landuse.|
HALL, D.L.., BERGTHOLD, B.S.., SITES, R.W.., LINIT, M.J..
|DIE-3-40-23||Forest types in Southern Yucatan, Mexico.|
PEREZ-SALICRUP, D.R.., FOSTER, D.R..
|DIL-3-52-20||Galls as habitats: The inquiline communities of insect galls.|
SANVER, D.., HAWKINS, B.A..
|DIN-3-74-8|| Daphnia migrations in the presence and absence of UV radiation: Which way do they go?|
LEECH, D.M.., WILLIAMSON, C.E..
|DIR-3-48-27||Plant-insect interactions between bear oak and some of its insect pests.|
VANDERKLEIN, D.., WILKENS, R.., CERRA, T.., LEMKE, R..
|DIX-3-59-34||Changes in carbon cycling as forests expand into tallgrass prairie: Discovering mechanisms driving low soil respiration rates in Juniper forests.|
SMITH, D.L.., JOHNSON PH.D., L.C.D.., WALKER, D.A..
|DOM-3-41-1||Fire frequency and tree species abundance in a stand of boreal forest during the last 5000 years.|
ARSENEAULT, D.., SIROIS, L..
|DOM-3-66-23||Potential impacts of global warming on western coniferous forests.|
BACHELET, D.., NEILSON, R.P.., LENIHAN, J.M.., DRAPEK, R.J..
|DON-3-4-7||Landscape-level patterns of microbial community composition and substrate use in upland forest ecosystems.|
ZAK, D.R.., MYERS, R.T..
|DON-3-42-7||Environmental, developmental, and genetic constraints on the induction of trypsin inhibitor activity in Brassica species.|
CIPOLLINI, D.., BERGELSON, J..
|DON-3-52-12||Detritivory, trophic shunt and the apparent trophic cascade hypothesis.|
|DON-3-52-46||Species-area relationships for tropical microcosms: Seasonal and geographic comparisons.|
YEE, D.A.., RICHARDSON, B.A.., WILLIG, M.R..
|DON-3-64-5||Regeneration from seed in artificial treefall gaps: Replacing plantation pine with native forest in New Zealand.|
DRAKE, D.R.., MCALPINE, K.G..
|DON-3-66-1||Recent growth in conifer species of western North America: Assessing regional and continental patterns.|
MCKENZIE, D.., HESSL, A.E.., PETERSON, D.L..
|DON-3-87-2||Modeling the ecological consequences of an alternative management regime for northern hardwoods.|
BRAGG, D.C.., ROBERTS, D.W.., CROW, T.R..
|DON-3-91-1||Uncertainty in source partitioning using stable isotopes.|
PHILLIPS, D.L.., GREGG, J.W..
|DOR-3-31-2||Calorimetric studies of cryptogamic crust metabolism.|
STRADLING, D.A.., SMITH, B.N.., HANSEN, L.D.., CRIDDLE, R.S.., PENDLETON, R..
|DOR-3-58-9||How stable are nematode populations in the Antarctic Dry Valley soil ecosystem? |
PORAZINSKA, D.L.., WALL, D.H.., VIRGINIA, R.A..
|DOR-3-75-10||Water lily (Nymphaea sp.) as a structuring agent of microhabitats in a shallow marsh.|
BOORSE, D.F.., WOLFE, T.., LINDSAY, C.
|DOR-3-99-130||Comparing restoration methods using similarity metrics in Florida longleaf pine sandhills.|
GORDON, D.R.., PROVENCHER, L.., LITT, A.R.., TANNER, G.W.., BRENNAN, L.A.., HARDESTY, J.L..
|DOU-3-28-35||Increasing minority involvment in ecology.|
HILEMAN, D.R.., ANKUMAH, R.O.., DAY, K.C.., HISHAW, J.S.., MOORE, I.N.., PREVOST, L.B.., QADIMÆASIL, Y.B.., WILLIAMS, C.O..
|DOU-3-31-20||When branch autonomy fails: Size does matter.|
|DOU-3-34-69||Nitrogen availability affects ozone-induced accelerated leaf senescence.|
BIELENBERG, D.G.., LYNCH, J.P.., PELL, E.J..
|DOU-3-4-1||The response to and control of spatial heterogeneity by large herbivores in Yellowstone National Park.|
FRANK, D.A.., AUGUSTINE, D.J.., HAMILTON, E.W..
|DOU-3-65-34||Microbial activity and nitrogen dynamics in a California annual grassland, coastal sage scrub and mixed oak woodland community.|
DORNELLES, D.S.., SCHIMEL, J.P..
|DOU-3-73-14||Longitudinal variation in riverine trophic structure: Linkage between flow, sediment and biota.|
OSMUNDSON, D.B.., RYEL, R.J.., LAMARRA, V.., PITLICK, J..
|DOU-3-76-6||Impacts of livestock herbivory on woody species in a central Arizona riparian area.|
GREEN, D.., FENNER, P.., WILLARD, T..
|DOU-3-91-8||Challenges in survey design and data analysis of a long-term study: Lessons from a 17-year study of Bowhead Whales in the Alaskan Beaufort Sea.|
DEUTSCHMAN, D.H.., DIFFENDORFER, J..
|DOU-3-92-15||Population persistence in rivers.|
SPEIRS, D.C.., GURNEY, W.S.C..
|DOV-3-82-8||Exotic species increase biodiversity of islands.|
SAX, D.F.., BROWN, J.H.., GAINES, S.D..
|DOW-3-58-15||Effects of aspect and leaf litter on seasonal variation of soil respiration at a temperate hardwood forest.|
LEE, D.., KANG, S.., OH, S.., DOH, S..
|DOW-3-65-19||Estimating foliar biomass in a forested watershed based on remote sensing data.|
KIM, S.., KANG, S.., LEE, D..
|DOW-3-87-8||Topographic consideration on evapotranspiration, primary production, and soil respiration: An integrated spatially explicit ecosystem model.|
KANG, S.., KIM, S.., LEE, D..
|DUA-3-69-10||Responses of a low-diversity grassland to six years of experimental soil disturbance and nitrogen addition.|
PELTZER, D.A.., WILSON, S.D.., HAGER, H.A..
|DUK-3-328-178||Species composition, species richness, and soil disturbance affect grassland susceptibility and response to invasion.|
|DUN-3-38-17||Causes of Juniperus ashei seedling growth suppression.|
MCKINLEY, D.., VAN AUKEN, O.W..
|DWA-3-84-2||Effect of bison trampling on aquatic invertebrates in streams on Antelope Island, Utah.|
|DYL-3-68-36||Flammability as niche construction: Canopy architecture’s effect on the flammability of a chaparral species.|
|EDI-3-611-208||Repairing ecosystems: Advances in ecological restoration in the 1990s.|
|EDI-3-64-32||Mycorrhizae and restoration in seasonal tropical forests in Mexico.|
ALLEN, E.B.., ALLEN, M.F.., CORKIDI, L.., EGERTON-WARBURTON, L.., GOMEZ-POMPA, A..
|EDW-3-16-1||Increased body size and reduced genetic diversity in invading populations of the European green crab.|
GROSHOLZ, E.., RUIZ, G.., GELLER, J.., BAGLEY, M.., THRESHER, R..
|EDW-3-41-20||Pollen-stratigraphic evidence of human activity at Dieng, Central Java.|
CUSHING, E.J.., PUDJOARINTO, A..
|EDW-3-57-11||Accessing the relationships between biodiversity, function, and decomposition in soil fungal assemblages.|
SOBEK, E.A.., COX, S.., DOBRANIC, J.., ZAK, J..
|EDW-3-59-32||A theoretical examination of symbiotic N fixation.|
RASTETTER, E.B.., VITOUSEK, P.., FIELD, C.., SHAVER, G.., HERBERT, D..
|EDW-3-59-78||Microbial communities on a precipitation gradient: Links to soil redox and carbon cycling.|
SCHUUR, E.AG., SCHWARTZ, E.., SCOW, K.M., MATSON, P.M.
|EDW-3-75-3||The Indiana Wetlands Rapid Assessment Protocol: Development and testing.|
SQUIERS, E.R.., ROTHOCK, P.., REBER, R.., GRIZZLE, R..
|EDW-3-88-3||Sediment modeling and fish assemblages in the upper Little Tennessee River basin: Assessing the legacy.|
GARDINER, E.P.., MEYER, J.L.., MCLARNEY, W.O.., BOLSTAD, P.V..
|EHL-3-99-174||Scaling physiological ecology in the future.|
EHLERINGER, J.R.J.R.., CALDWELL, M.M..
|EHM-3-28-8||Ecological Lessons From Martha Stewart.|
|ELA-3-40-46||Factors affecting natural regeneration of native woody species in abandoned Panamanian pastures.|
HOOPER, E.R.., LEGENDRE, P.., CONDIT, R..
|ELA-3-68-33||Wound characteristics in common Central Hardwoods trees after prescribed burning.|
KENNEDY SUTHERLAND, E.., SMITH, K.T..
|ELI-3-27-1||Ecological contributions to global change research .|
|ELI-3-34-1||How will invasive and less-invasive plant species perform in a high-CO2 world? Projections from ecophysiological data on four grass species.|
|ELI-3-51-12||Larval competition between two parasitoids in the California red scale system: Implications for coexistence and biological control.|
|ELI-3-59-35||Isotopic equilibrium between soil CO2 and soil water.|
SULZMAN, E.W.., KELLY, E.F.., SCHIMEL, D.S.., PENDALL, E.., BRAND, W.A..
|ELI-3-69-18||The interactions of multiple disturbances: Effects on northern hardwood forest community structure.|
|ELI-3-82-20||Abundance and frequency of Lycopodium species under various forest management regimes in northern hardwood forests.|
NAUERTZ, E.A.., GALE, M.R.., ZASADA, J.C.., CROW, T.R..
|ELK-3-29-12||Daily carbon gain of red maple and tulip-poplar growing in ambient and elevated CO2 in a forest understory environment.|
NAUMBURG, E.., ELLSWORTH, D.S.., PEARCY, R.W..
|ELL-3-39-10||Interpopulation variation in between-year seed dormancy: Environmental, maternal environmental, and genetic effects.|
SIMMS, E.L.., KITTELSON, P.., MARON, J.L..
|ELO-3-30-38||Physiological plasticity and climbing rates in Lianas differing in climbing mode and vertical distribution.|
|ELS-3-50-7||The nocturnal and crepuscular ecology of a diurnal monkey, Colobus guereza, in the Kakamega forest, Kenya.|
CLELAND, E.E.., VON HIPPEL, F..
|EMI-3-37-1||Forest fragmentation and the population dynamics of an Amazonian herb.|
|EMI-3-4-13||Denitrification in soils of the Wisconsin River floodplain: The search for landscape-scale trends.|
STANLEY, E.H.., WEST, J.L.., KANG, H..
|EMI-3-63-23||Instream nitrification: Can it explain [NO3] in streams of the Hubbard Brook Experimental Forest?|
BERNHARDT, E.S.., HALL, JR., R.O.., LIKENS, G.E..
|ERI-3-25-5||Patterns of variability in purple needlegrass: Do genetic markers and quantitative traits tell the same story?|
KNAPP, E.., RICE, K..
|ERI-3-30-3||The relationship between mesophyll conductance and photosynthetic acclimation to elevated CO2.|
SINGSAAS, E.L.., ORT, D.R.., DELUCIA, E.H..
|ERI-3-34-65||Global changes influence woody invasion of a California annual grassland.|
SIMONE ZAVALETA, E.., THOMAS, B.., FIELD, C.B.., MOONEY, H.A..
|ERI-3-38-20||Belowground bullies? Root competition and nutrient foraging as an indication of interspecific competition.|
O'BRIEN, E.E.., BROWN, J.S.., GERSANI, M..
|ERI-3-43-12||Population-level variation in herbivore performance on a toxic seaweed: A mechanistic and phylogenetic approach.|
SOTKA, E.., HAY, M.E..
|ERI-3-46-12||Niche differentiation between diploid and tetraploid snow buttercups (Ranunculus adoneus).|
|ERI-3-48-7||Emission of volatile compounds by seeds under different environmental conditions.|
|ERI-3-50-6||The effect of hillslope angle on pocket gopher (Thomomys bottae).|
SEABLOOM, E.W.., REICHMAN, O.J.., GABET, E.J..
|ERI-3-54-11||Spatial effects of retention forestry on ectomycorrhizal diversity of Douglas-fir seedlings.|
|ERI-3-55-10||Decaying reservoir competence and lyme disease ecology.|
SCHAUBER, E.M.., OSTFELD, R.S..
|ERI-3-59-71||Comparing estimates of soil respiration using chamber-based and tower-based methods.|
DAVIDSON, E.A.., SAVAGE, K..
|ERI-3-59-79||Effects of introduced trees on soils in a Hawaiian montane rainforest.|
LEVY, E.T.., VITOUSEK, P.M..
|ERI-3-64-21||Changes in semi-desert grassland plant communities 10 years following cessation of grazing and reintroduction of fire.|
GEIGER, E.L.., MCPHERSON, G.R..
|ERI-3-65-2||Biogeographical patterns of butterfly species richness.|
PORTER, E.., HAWKINS, B..
|ERI-3-65-25||Remote sensing of riparian corridors in the savanna landscape of Kruger National Park, South Africa.|
BOHENSKY, E.L.., BENNING, T.L.., SAAH, D.S..
|ERI-3-69-29||Catastrophic disturbance and population viability of coho salmon (Oncorhynchus kisutch) in central California.|
KAPLAN, I.C.., BJORKSTEDT, E.P..
|ERI-3-75-6||The extent of invasion and eradication of the non-native, invasive estuarine plant, Spartina anglica, in Puget Sound, WA, USA.|
HELLQUIST, C.E.., HACKER, S.D.., DETHIER, M.N..
|ERI-3-76-3||Controls on conifer regeneration in managed riparian forests: Effects of seed source, substrate, and vegetation.|
BEACH, E.W.., HALPERN, C.B.
|ERI-3-90-2||Identifying optimal habitat for multiple species with a combination of kernel estimation and odds ratio statistics.|
|ERI-3-92-13||Intrametapopulation competition: Implications for population and metapopulation persistence.|
|ERI-3-93-6||Carbon cycling on the edge.|
HOFFA, E.A.., HARMON, M.E..
|ERK-3-23-8||Birch leaves as moving targets for herbivores.|
|ERL-3-59-43||Long-term changes in nitrogen loading across Chinese village landscapes.|
|EST-3-63-30||Distribution and abundance of phosphorus fractions in northern hardwood forest soils invaded by exotic earthworms.|
SUáREZ, E.., FISK, M.., FAHEY, T..
|EST-3-76-10||Growth and production of dominant riparian trees in the Pacific Northwest coastal rainforest.|
BALIAN, E.V.., NAIMAN, R.J..
|ETH-3-92-16||Global distribution of urban ecosystems.|
DECKER, E.H.., MILNE, B.T.., SMITH, F.A.., ELLIOTT, S.M..
|EUG-3-20-3||How can improving accuracy make a difference in understanding ecology? Some answers from finding animals in observation and experiment.|
|EUG-3-41-22|| Holocene paleoecology of Southern California: Methods, results, and testing of climate model simulations.|
|EUG-3-59-27||Soil respiration at dominant patch types within a managed landscape in northern Wisconsin.|
EUSKIRCHEN, E.., CHEN, J.., GUSTAFSON, E.J..
|EVA-3-8-5||Managing trophic cascades: too many, too little - too late?|
COOCH, E.., JEFFERIES, R.., ROCKWELL, R..
|EVA-3-99-147||Does lack of herbivory and disease explain the success of an alien plant species: Experimental tests.|
SIEMANN, E.., ROGERS, W.E..
|EVI-3-99-171||Linking suites of plant physiological traits to ecosystem dynamics and feedbacks.|
EVINER, V.T.., CHAPIN III, F.S..
|FAB-3-61-5||Weed community dynamics in response to different agricultural management practices.|
MENALLED, F.D.., GROSS, K.L.., HAMMOND, M..
|FAI-3-32-22||Size-dependent separation of two co-dominant woody species along an environmental gradient as related to differences in depth of water acquisition.|
BARNES, F.J.., MARTENS, S.N.., BRESHEARS, D.D..
|FAN-3-66-15||Influences of inter- and intra-annual climatic variations on green-up of the inner Mongolian grasslands of China.|
YU, F.., PRICE, K.P.., LEE, R.., ELLIS, J.., SHI, P..
|FAW-3-89-9||Historical vegetation mapping using unsupervised classification of Landsat imagery and ancillary data.|
GADALLAH, FAWZIAH(ZUZU)., CSILLAG, F.., BROOK, R.K..
|FED-3-30-42||Acclimation of coniferous tree structure to the environment under hydraulic constraints.|
MAGNANI, F.., GRACE, J.., BORGHETTI, M..
|FEI-3-60-12||Calcium uptake from different soil depths explains chemical differences between surface soils under sugar maple or ash and under hemlock.|
|FEL-3-1-1||Facilitating scientific thinking: The role of ecology in the epistemological development of college students.|
|FEN-3-32-43||Seasonal water relations of juvenile and adult sagebrush (Artemisia tridentata ) in the Columbia Basin, Washington.|
KHAN, F.., DOWNS, J.L..
|FEN-3-41-14||Geomorphic and climatic controls over Holocene soil development in the arctic foothills of Alaska.|
SHENG HU, F.., OSWALD, W.W.., BRUBAKER, L.B.., KLING, G.W..
|FER-3-82-29||Monitoring the invasion of woody exotic species in the "El Palmar" National Park (Argentina) using remote sensing.|
SELMO, F.E.R.., FERNANDA MENVIELLE, M.., SCOPEL, A.L.., MINOTTI, P..
|FIE-3-99-173||Physiological ecology and biosphere/atmosphere interactions.|
FIELD, C.B., GOULDEN, M.L..
|FIS-3-39-18||Genetic Allee-effects in the rare clonal plant, Ranunculus reptans: Plant performance, plasticity, and developmental instability.|
FISCHER, M.., VAN KLEUNEN, M.., SCHMID, B..
|FLI-3-59-3||Ecosystem-level impacts of mesquite (Prosopis glandulosa) encroachment on C and N pools of herbaceous vegetation and soils in a temperate savanna.|
HUGHES, R.F.., MCMURTRY, C.R.., ASNER, G.P.., ARCHER, S.R.., WESSMAN, C.A..
|FRA-3-15-5||Subsidies make strange partners: The effects of seabirds on terrestrial detritivores.|
SANCHEZ PINERO, F..
|FRA-3-38-27||Changes in plant interactions along a gradient of environmental stress.|
PUGNAIRE, F.I.., LUQUE, M.T..
|FRA-3-42-4||Trade-offs between plant growth and defense: A test using big sagebrush.|
MESSINA*, F.J.., RICHARDS, J.H.., MCARTHUR, E.D..
|FRA-3-59-15||Effects of harvesting on soil nitrogen dynamics in a nitrogen-saturated hardwood forest.|
GILLIAM, F.S.., ADAMS, M.B..
|FRA-3-66-34||The Role of Coral Reefs in the Possible Upcoming Green House Effect.|
|FRE-3-19-1||Ecophysiology of plant water use: Convergence from leaf to tree.|
MEINZER, F.C.., GOLDSTEIN, G..
|FRE-3-51-15||Ontogeny of microhabitat use in the Wood Frog (Rana sylvatica).|
|FRE-3-56-21||Scared stable: Host behavioral response and biological control.|
|FRI-3-35-38||Time lags in plant invasions in heterogeneous habitats.|
|GAB-3-74-17||Survival and reproduction in the presence of UV radiation: A matter of repair?|
DEE, G.., WILLIAMSON, C.E.., KARAPELOU, D..
|GAB-3-76-11||Delayed effects of flood control on a flood-dependent riparian forest.|
KATZ, G.L.., FRIEDMAN, J.M..
|GAI-3-65-33||Detecting change across broad scales: An inferential design for intertidal monitoring at Glacier Bay National Park, Alaska.|
|GAL-3-71-11||Dispersal dynamics of zooplankton in pond communities.|
COHEN, G.., SHURIN, J.., LEIBOLD, M..
|GAM-3-61-2||Insect species in Egyptian clover and alfalfa as related to crop system at Kafr El-Sheikh, Egypt and Sebha, Libya .|
GAMAL EL-MEZAYYEN, DRA..
|GAR-3-15-4||Effects of ocean to land trophic interconnections on the dynamics and stability of populations and food webs.|
POLIS, G.A.., STAPP*, P.., ROSE, M.D..
|GAR-3-28-17||Public education and forestry practices in the Northern Hardwood Forest.|
WADE, G.L.., TWERY, M.J.., RECHLIN, M.., STORY, M.J..
|GAR-3-55-11||Inference from the spatial pattern of disease: Evidence for spore showers of Phytophthora infestans in the highland tropics.|
GARRETT, K.A.., FORBES, G.A.., SMITH, A.M.., MUNDT, C.C.., MADDEN, L.V.., NELSON, R.J..
|GAR-3-59-58||Effect of tree species on nitrogen cycling in the Catskill Mountains, NY: Fertilization studies.|
LOVETT, G.M.., WEATHERS, K.C.., ARTHUR, M.A..
|GAR-3-71-4||Tradeoff between competitive ability and antipredator adaptation in a freshwater amphipod species complex.|
|GAR-3-81-16||Reliability of time series/diffusion model approaches to PVA?|
BELOVSKY, G.E.., CROWL, T.A..
|GAR-3-99-135||Exotic herbivores facilitate the near extinction of an insular mesopredator.|
ROEMER, G.W.., GARCELON, D.K.., COONAN, T.J..
|GEE-3-16-3||Invasion and evolution.|
|GEN-3-82-11||Biodiversity: Aspen has the lead, but will non-native species take over?|
CHONG, G.W.., STOHLGREN, T.J.., SIMONSON, S..
|GEO-3-28-22||The development of environmental and ecological programs at Howard University.|
MIDDENDORF, G.., POSTON, M.., MCKENNA, M..
|GEO-3-32-40||Water potential, gas exchange, and carbon isotope discrimination in very tall coast redwoods, Sequoia sempervirens: Support for the hydraulic limitation hypothesis.|
KOCH, G.W.., SILLETT, S.C..
|GEO-3-74-22||Investigating the utilization of benthic versus pelagic primary production in Lake Roosevelt, WA: A stable isotope analysis.|
BARLOW, G.W.., BLACK, A.R..
|GER-3-41-2||Prehistoric hurricane disturbance and forest regeneration in Nicaragua.|
|GER-3-63-9||Control of fine root dynamics in a northern hardwood forest.|
TIERNEY, G.., FAHEY, T..
|GER-3-82-18||Mapping of species richness and endemism on the continental to global scale using new methodological approaches.|
KIER, G.., MUTKE, J.., BARTHLOTT, W..
|GID-3-55-1||The epizootiology of cutaneous leishmaniasis in the Negev and the Arava, Israel: The role of human activity.|
|GIL-3-54-15||Evidence of host preferences in natural communities of VAM fungi from the Kalahari desert.|
BOHRER, G.., WARD, D.., KAGAN-ZUR, V..
|GIL-3-56-2||Direct and indirect effects of the predatory dragonfly nymph Anax imperator on green toad Bufo viridis tadpoles.|
STAV, G.., KOTLER, B.P.., BLAUSTEIN, L..
|GIL-3-83-6||Modeling the management program of the Mountain Gazelle population in the Golan Heights, Israel.|
BEN-NATAN, G.., TSURIM, I.., LEVY, A..
|GIN-3-52-43||Keystone species and community structure: Interactions among herbivores determine patterns of arthropod biodiversity.|
WIMP, G.M.., WHITHAM, T.G..
|GIN-3-52-53||Species interactions of Microtus pennsylvanicus, M. ochrogaster, and Peromyscus leucopus at a prairie restoration|
|GLE-3-26-5||Software engineering in agent-based ecological modeling.|
|GLE-3-34-11||Nitrogen deposition and NPP in temperate forests: The role of leaf physiology, foliage turnover and canopy structure.|
BERNTSON, G.., BAUER, G.., MINOCHA, R..
|GLE-3-34-68||An elevated soil temperature and water table manipulation experiment in the Arctic tundra ecosystem at Barrow, Alaska.|
KINOSHITA, G.Y.., OECHEL, W.C.., ZULUETA, R.C.., HASTINGS, S.J..
|GLE-3-37-16||Demography of Trachymene: Experimental seed cages.|
|GLE-3-512-194||A San Francisco Bay window onto ecology in the daily newspaper.|
|GLE-3-63-5||The impacts of soil moisture and temperature on longleaf pine (Pinus palustris) fine root dynamics.|
STEVENS, G.N.., JONES, R.H.., MITCHELL, R.J.., HURST, S.L.., PECOT, S.D..
|GLE-3-83-7||Incorporating regional-historical perspectives into conservation of uncommon plant communities: A study of the northeastern Coastal Region.|
MOTZKIN, G.., FOSTER, D.R.., HALL, B.., HARROD, J.., PARSHALL, T..
|GOR-3-1-5||Evolutionary ecology: Dealing with ghosts of interactions past.|
|GOR-3-68-25||Effects of fire frequency on tree demography and community composition.|
MINOR, E.., FOX, G.A..
|GOR-3-68-9||Causes of spatial pattern in post-fire pine recruitment.|
BLAIR, S.D.., FOX, G.A..
|GRA-3-56-17||A multi-taxa assessment of the effectiveness of caterpillar defenses against parastioids|
GENTRY*, G.., DYER, L..
|GRA-3-58-37||Diversity and consistency of fungal fruiting over three years along clearcut center to forest interior transects in western Washington.|
SPARKS, G.B.., AMMIRATI, J.A.., EDMONDS, R.L..
|GRA-3-63-26||Good agreement between open top chamber and eddy covariance measurements of net ecosystem CO2 exchange, in a Florida scrub-oak ecosystem.|
DORE, S.., HYMUS, G.., JOHNSON, D.., DIJKSTRA, P.., HINKLE, C.R.., VALENTINI, R.., DRAKE, B..
|GRA-3-88-8||Fishing in streams for ideas: Towards greater spatial competency in habitat models.|
|GRE-3-10-4||Prioritizing wetland restoration and monitoring in coastal Louisiana.|
STEYER, G.D.., REYNOLDS, L.A.., STEWART JR., R.E.., JOHNSTON, J.B..
|GRE-3-11-1||Potential for using cattle grazing to restore annual forbs to California coastal prairie.|
|GRE-3-30-23||Photosynthetic activity of arctic evergreens under the snow: Implications in the ecosystem carbon budget.|
STARR, G.., OBERBAUER, S.F..
|GRE-3-30-25||The influence of photosynthetic capacity and leaf area on growth differences associated with fertilization and competition control in Pinus taeda L. stands.|
MUNGER, G.T.., WILL, R.E..
|GRE-3-33-6||Foliar nutrient contents and concentrations and their relation to stem volume growth in Pinus taeda L. and Pinus elliottii Engelm. stands of differing densities.|
BARRON, G.A.., WILL, R.E.., TESKEY, R.O..
|GRE-3-34-30||Dendroecology of Pinus ponderosa in the Okanogan National Forest, WA.|
KUSNIERCYZK, E.., ETTL, G..
|GRE-3-40-41||Uncoupling the relationship between oak trees and patch fertility in Midwestern savannas.|
HOUSEMAN, G.R.., GROSS, K.L..
|GRE-3-46-18||Maintaining diversity in aquatic systems: The causes and consequences of pigment variation.|
GERRISH, G.A.., CáCERES, C.E..
|GRE-3-46-21||The importance of allelopathy in mediating competition between naturally co-occurring bacterial strains.|
KRUKONIS, G.P.., COHAN, F.M..
|GRE-3-52-55||The influence of edaphic factors and plant diversity on detritivore community composition: Termites and decomposition in semi-arid grasslands and woodlands of the Okavango Delta, Africa.|
|GRE-3-56-14||Unraveling the bifurcation structure of a live predator-prey system.|
FUSSMANN, G.F.., ELLNER, S.., HAIRSTON JR., N.G..
|GRE-3-57-3||Plasticity and constraint in growth and protease production of ectomycorrhizal fungi in a nitrogen enrichment scenario.|
EATON, G.K.., AYRES, M.P..
|GRE-3-59-103||Nutrient export from two high mountain lakes to outflow streams: The importance of inflow hydrodynamics and in-lake processes. |
BURKART, G.., WURTSBAUGH, W.., FLEENOR, B.., LUECKE, C..
|GRE-3-59-106||Nitrogen mineralization in soils of northern hardwoods and oak pine stands.|
BONITO, G.., HAINES, B..
|GRE-3-59-11||Dissolved organic carbon and nutrient modeling in terrestrial ecosystems: Integrating plant-soil physics and biogeochemistry.|
ASNER, G.P.., NEFF, J.C.., RILEY, W.., MATSON, P.A..
|GRE-3-88-11||Test of the applicability of a simulation model for predicting radiocesium contamination in fish and water of two warm temperate cooling reservoirs.|
LEWIS, G.P.., TAYLOR, B.E..
|GRI-3-58-25||Microbial biomass and soil fauna: Comparisons between tropical and subalpine forests.|
GONZALEZ, G.., LEY, R.E.., SCHMIDT, S.K.., ZOU, X..
|GUN-3-34-79||Longterm effects of N deposition and elevated CO2 on resource competition of temperate forest seedlings: A community response experiment using open top chambers.|
BAUER*, G.A.., BERNTSON , G.M.., BAZZAZ, F.A..
|GWE-3-40-42||A classification of riparian wetland plant associations of Colorado.|
KITTEL, G.M.., RONDEAU, R.J..
|HAF-3-34-8||Photosynthetic and stomatal acclimation to sub-ambient and elevated CO2 concentrations in a C3-C4 grassland.|
MAHERALI, H.., ANDERSON, L.J.., JOHNSON, H.B.., POLLEY, H.W.., JACKSON, R.B..
|HAL-3-38-14||The influence of competition, diversity, and survival in the 50-hectare research plot at the Barro Colorado Island.|
|HAL-3-39-19||Matrix models for annual organisms: The missing link between phenology and demography.|
|HAN-3-42-42||Rodent effects on synthetic tallgrass assemblages.|
|HAN-3-50-4||Sound transmission in tropical forests: Bird song convergence through habitat exploitation.|
SLABBEKOORN, H.., ELLERS, J.., SMITH, T..
|HAN-3-59-91||Terrestrial carbon dynamics in North America from 1860 to 1992: Quantifying mechanisms responsible for carbon sink.|
TIAN, H.., MELILLO, J.M.., KICKLIGHTER, D.W.., MCGUIRE, A.D.., MOORE III, B..
|HAR-3-611-209||Ecology and sustainability at the beginning of the 21st Century: Next steps in the international community.|
|HAZ-3-40-6||The CalVeg Geobook: A visual tool for describing vegetation information derived from remotely sensed data.|
GORDON, H.J.., SCHWIND, B..
|HEA-3-34-4||Impacts of nitrogen deposition on plant growth and insect herbivory.|
THROOP, H.., LERDAU, M..
|HEA-3-35-13||N source diversity promotes plant community diversity under N-limiting conditions. |
REYNOLDS, H.L.., FOSTER, B.L..
|HEA-3-51-7||The effect of marsh edge on early life stage abundances of brown shrimp: Implications of an individual-based simulation model.|
HAAS, H.L., ROSE, K.A., SHAW, R.F.
|HEA-3-59-23||Simulated effects of elevated nitrogen deposition on Colorado Englemann spruce forests.|
RUETH, H.M.., PARTON, W.J..
|HEA-3-59-92||Soil N turnover, N fixation and Ceanothus cordulatus patches in a mixed-conifer forest.|
|HEA-3-68-38||Effects of prescribed burns on abundance and habitat selection of wintering cavity-nesting birds.|
BATEMAN, H.L.., O'CONNELL, M.A..
|HEA-3-75-13||Relationship between Lythrum salicaria (purple loosestrife) abundance and vegetation characteristics in southeastern Minnesota wetlands.|
|HEI-3-42-17||True-blue, or blue and untrue? Use and misuse of Folin assays of polyphenols in ecological studies.|
APPEL, H.M.., GOVENOR, H.L.., D'ASCENZO, M.., SISKA, E.., SCHULTZ, J.C..
|HEL-3-40-13||Modeling spatial autocorrelation in plant species composition with the community variogram.|
WAGNER, H.H.., BOSSENBROEK, J.M.., HAWKS, M.M.., VAN HORNE, B.., WIENS, J.A..
|HEL-3-99-153||Light environment controls of native and exotic vine growth.|
THOMPSON*, H.C.., PICKETT, S.T.A.., WHIGHAM, D..
|HEN-3-66-17||ENSO effects on bulk precipitation and temperature, and their potential consequences for productivity in wet tropical ecosystems of Central America.|
LOESCHER, H.W., OBERBAUER, S.F.
|HER-3-83-11||Integrated soil and vegetation monitoring for grassland, shrubland and savanna ecosystems.|
HERRICK, J.E.., VAN ZEE, J.., MELGOZA, A.., HAVSTAD, K.M.., WHITFORD, W.G..
|HER-3-99-148||Atmospheric nitrogen loading at a Rocky Mountain conifer forest: Perturbation of the natural nitrogen cycle and potential carbon storage enhancement. |
SIEVERING, H.S.., KELLY, T.., MCCONVILLE, G.., TURNIPSEED, A..
|HIL-3-46-16||Complex plasticity in complex environments: Early spring flowering in Arabidopsis thaliana.|
CALLAHAN, H.., KURASHIGE, N.., ANCELL, C.., PIGLIUCCI, M..
|HOJ-3-63-20||Do levees affect soil microbial activity in a large river floodplain ecosystem?|
KANG, H.., STANLEY, E.H..
|HOL-3-2-5||Do not forecast the future-Create it.|
|HOL-3-41-8||The influence of substrate on long-term ecosystem development and its paleoecological record.|
|HOO-3-39-7||Effects of isolation on demographical behavior and growth of dominant plant species in wet calcareous grasslands in Switzerland.|
HOOFTMAN, DANNYA.P.., BILLETER, R.., DIEMER, M..
|HOR-3-33-23||Species-specific responses of tall-grass prairie legumes to nitrogen addition. |
BASSIRIRAD, H.., NYBERG, D..
|HOU-3-18-2||Land-use change and the global carbon cycle.|
|HOW-3-32-21||Hydraulic properties of Galax urceolata, an evergreen, understory herb of the southern Appalachians.|
SOBIERAJ II, J.H.., MCCARRON III, J.K.., NEUFELD, H.S..
|HOW-3-42-11||Grazing influences on species diversity and net primary production in a southern Appalachian wet meadow.|
GEISSINGER, K.E.., NEUFELD, H.S..
|HOW-3-51-33||Holly-leafminers on two continents: What makes an outbreak species?|
EBER, S.., SMITH, H.P.., DIDHAM, R.K.., CORNELL, H.V..
|HOW-3-93-9||Simulating tundra vegetation at varying levels of aggregation: An analysis of functional groupings.|
EPSTEIN, H.E.., CHAPIN III, F.S.., WALKER, M.D.., STARFIELD, A.M..
|HSI-3-45-1||Fate of fruits and seeds of Formosan sassafras.|
YUAN, H.., TSAI, J..
|HUA-3-58-21||Woody root decomposition in coniferous forests of the Pacific Northwest: A time series approach.|
CHEN, H.., HARMON, M.E.., SEXTON, J.., FASTH, B..
|HUG-3-82-2||Ungrazed roadside verges in a grazed landscape: Interactive effects of grazing, invasion, and substrate on grassland diversity.|
SAFFORD, H.D.., HARRISON, S.P..
|HUN-3-10-7||How heterogeneity at different spatial scales controls community composition and dynamics in restored estuarine habitats.|
|HYE-3-36-7||Temporal change in cone sex ratio in Pinus densiflora. |
|HYU-3-7-2||Carbon flows and the role of greenspace in urban ecosystem for Chuncheon, Korea|
|IAN-3-54-1||The importance of ant-tending to maternal care in the treehopper species, Publilia modesta.|
BILLICK, I.., WEIDMANN, M.., REITHEL, J..
|IAN-3-58-5||Chestnut oak (Quercus prinus L.) and red maple (Acer rubrum L.) stump sprouts, ectomycorrhiza, and red oak (Quercus rubra L.) seedlings.|
DICKIE, I.A.., STEINER, K.C.., KOIDE, R.T..
|IAN-3-65-48||Extreme variation in body size along a relatively narrow altitude gradient in the alpine tree weta Hemideina maori (Orthoptera: Stenopelmatidae).|
JAMIESON, I.G.., ROCK, J..
|IGG-3-91-10||Spatial analysis of selected soil attributes across an alpine topographic/snow gradient.|
LITAOR, M.I.., SEASTEDT, T.R.., WALKER, D.A..
|IGN-3-56-34||Costs of anti-predator behavior in a forest caterpillar.|
CASTELLANOS, I.., KRALJEVIK, A.., BARBOSA, P..
|INE-3-45-7||Effects of seed rain and fecundity variability on the successional dynamics of neighboring communities.|
IBANEZ, I.., CLARK, J.S.., LADEAU, S..
|ING-3-59-81||Agriculture in the Great Plains: Net carbon consequences of dryland and irrigated cultivation. |
BURKE, I.C.., LAUENROTH, W.K.., BENNETT, C.W.., BRADFORD, J.., MORGAN, J..
|IRE-3-62-1||Do southern California harvest refugia enhance target fish populations?|
|ISA-3-25-2||Gene flow and local adaptation: Effect of spatial scale on the usefulness of genetic markers for measuring the evolutionary potential of endangered species.|
PETIT, C.., FRéVILLE, H.., MIGNOT, A.., COLAS, B.., RIBA, M.., IMBERT, E.., HURTREZ-BOUSSèS, S.., VIREVAIRE, M.., OLIVIERI, I..
|JAC-3-15-8||Use and limits of natural abundance stable isotope measurements to understand watershed-river exchange.|
FINLAY*, J.., CABANA, G.., RAINEY, W.., POWER, M..
|JAC-3-28-27||The campus ecosystem: Temperatures.|
JACK HAYES, D..
|JAC-3-30-29||Carbon dioxide fluxes on the Colorado shortgrass steppe and Wyoming northern mixed prairie.|
MORGAN, J.A.., SCHUMAN, G.E.., GILMANOV, T.G..
|JAC-3-33-11||Redistribution of carbon and nitrogen across arctic landscapes during winter: The ecological significance of litter redistribution by wind and snow.|
FAHNESTOCK, J.., WELKER, J..
|JAC-3-34-13||Elevated CO2 concentrations enhance frost damage to eucalypt seedlings under field conditions.|
EGERTON, J.J.G.., HOLLY, C.J.., PIPPEN, W.E.., BALL, M.C..
|JAC-3-38-7||Increasing the suppression of weeds by cereal crops.|
WEINER, J.., GRIEPENTROG, H.., KRISTENSEN, L..
|JAC-3-42-16||Variable biochemical responses by oaks to diverse environmental stimuli.|
SCHULTZ, J.C.., ALLISON, S.D.., SCHAEFFER, T..
|JAC-3-46-3||Local adaptation in Colias butterflies along an elevational gradient: Consequences for reproductive isolation.|
ELLERS, J.., BOGGS, C.L..
|JAC-3-48-14||Common deciduous tree seed characteristics influence seed removal by lab-reared Peromyscus maniculatus.|
|JAC-3-67-19||Will rising CO2 affect forest succession?|
MOHAN, J.E.., CLARK, J.S.., SCHLESINGER, W.H..
|JAC-3-69-22||When is net ecosystem productivity positive?|
JANISCH, J.E.., HARMON, M.E..
|JAC-3-99-172||Physiological ecology and global change: Adding mechanism to the madness of predicting the future.|
JACKSON, R.B.., MONSON, R.K..
|JAL-3-81-4||Pond selection and use by migrating trumpeter swans in Southern Alberta.|
|JAM-3-15-9||Land-water linkages in the coastal temperate rainforest: A riparian perspective.|
HELFIELD*, J.M.., NAIMAN, R.J..
|JAM-3-21-1||The effects of prey and top-predator addition on the inquiline community of the pitcher plant, Sarracenia purpurea.|
KNEITEL, J.M.., MILLER, T.E..
|JAM-3-26-8||Using individual-based simulations to parameterize large-scale management models.|
ANDERSON, J.., BEER, N..
|JAM-3-28-33||Simulating and modeling island biogeography theory in an undergraduate field ecology course.|
ROWAN, D.E.., HAEFNER, J.W.., LINDAHL, A.M..
|JAM-3-32-27||Evapotranspiration from Middle Rio Grande (New Mexico) riparian ecosystems: The roles of flooding and community composition.|
CLEVERLY, J.R.., THIBAULT, J.R.., PEARCE, J.., DAHM, C.N..
|JAM-3-35-36||C3 woody plant invasion in a C4 grassland: Are grasses and shrubs functionally equivalent?|
MCCARRON, J.K.., KNAPP, A.K..
|JAM-3-36-13||The effect of stress on inbreeding depression in Cucurbita texana.|
HAYES, N.., WINSOR, J.A.., STEPHENSON, A.G..
|JAM-3-38-21||Coexistence of competitors: Evidence of a critical role of soil community dynamics.|
BEVER, J.D.., WESTOVER, K.M..
|JAM-3-38-3||Interactions between root and shoot competition vary among species and with fertilization.|
CAHILL, JR., J.F..
|JAM-3-43-15||Gregarious feeding by a specialist insect herbivore increases host plant susceptibility.|
|JAM-3-48-2||Nutrient limitation reduces food quality for zooplankton in nature: Responses of Daphnia growth to short-term amendment of phosphorus under field conditions.|
ELSER, J.., HAYAKAWA, K.., URABE, J..
|JAM-3-49-3||Induced versus constitutive ethanol tolerance in larvae of Drosophila melanogaster .|
FRY, J.D.., GRIGGS, M..
|JAM-3-512-196||Interacting with the media: Turning pain into pleasure.|
MAC MAHON, J.A..
|JAM-3-52-6||Spatial organization of communities: A unified null model methodology.|
|JAM-3-53-5||Habitat and host selection by sympatric avian brood parasites in southeastern Arizona.|
|JAM-3-59-18||Contrasting soil respiration in young and old ponderosa pine stands.|
IRVINE, J.., LAW, B.E.
|JAM-3-59-59||Canopy type effects on nitrogen flow in southwestern ponderosa pine forests.|
ROBERTS, J.M.., HART, S.C..
|JAM-3-59-77||A global compilation of litter production, pools, and nutrient content.|
SULZMAN, J.M.., STAUFER, R.., HOLLAND, E.A.., POST, W.A.., MATTHEWS, E.., KRANKINA, O..
|JAM-3-63-40||Fertility and light control canopy dynamics in a fast-growing tropical forest.|
FOWNES, J.H.., RYAN, M.G.., GIARDINA, C.., SENOCK, R.S.., BINKLEY, D..
|JAM-3-66-29||Global soil respiration in a warmer world.|
RAICH, J.W.., POTTER, C.S.., BHAGAWATI, D..
|JAM-3-66-3||Seasonal patterns of photosynthetic response and acclimation to elevated CO2 in strawberry.|
|JAM-3-66-8||Drought cycles and prairie responses with past aridity in the northern Plains.|
CLARK, J.S.., GRIMM, E.., DONOVAN, J.., FRITZ, S.., ENGSTROM, D..
|JAM-3-68-44||Fuel consumption, fire temperature, and tree mortality following different seasons of burning in subtropical pine forest.|
SNYDER, J.R.., BELLES, H.A.., BURCH, J.N..
|JAM-3-68-8||Effect of prescribed burning on amphibians in the Francis Marion National Forest, SC.|
|JAM-3-69-44||The effect of human disturbance on plant assemblages and soil crusts of the shrub steppe in southeastern Washington.|
HAWKE*, M.A.., KARR, J.R..
|JAM-3-72-5||Model of fish movement to assess fish collection efficiency in a louvered channel.|
HAEFNER, J.W.., BOWEN, M.D..
|JAM-3-8-4||Using estimates of species richness to test ecological theory .|
NICHOLS, J.D.., SAUER, J.R.., CAM, E.., HINES, J.E..
|JAM-3-80-2||Density-dependent growth and survival of juvenile spot, an estuarine-dependent fish.|
RICE, J.A.., CROWDER, L.B..
|JAM-3-81-5||Decline in stature of American Ginseng plants over two centuries.|
|JAM-3-82-19||Human settlement and avian communities in lowland riparian areas.|
MILLER, J.R.., WIENS, J.A.., HOBBS, N.T..
|JAM-3-82-40||Pollinator guild composition shifts with 70 years of habitat fragmentation: The bees of Larrea.|
CANE, J.H.., MINCKLEY, R.., KERVIN, L.., ROULSTON, T'AI.
|JAM-3-84-7||Using short-term measurements to predict long-term impact of exotic species on native species.|
|JAM-3-88-7||Carbon flow dynamics in benthic microbial mats of Lake Hoare, Antarctica.|
SCHMELING, J.D.., MOORHEAD, D.L..
|JAM-3-92-21||Stoichiometry, herbivory, and competition for nutrients.|
|JAM-3-99-126||Ectomycorrhizal diversity alters host tree performance in experimental host-symbiont culture conditions.|
BAXTER, J.W.., DIGHTON, J..
|JAM-3-99-157||The impact of parasitoids and plant spacing on the spread of insect outbreaks.|
UMBANHOWAR, J.., HASTINGS, A..
|JAN-3-35-4||Factors affecting successful control of French and Scotch broom and restoration of native communities in coastal California grasslands.|
ALEXANDER, J.M.F.., D'ANTONIO, C.M.., HAUBENSAK, K.A..
|JAN-3-37-7||Disentangling the effects of dispersal, distance- and density-dependent mortality on distributions of trees.|
HILLERISLAMBERS, J.., CLARK, J.S..
|JAN-3-40-25||Predicting the distribution of vegetation communities from environmental variables in the Mojave Desert Ecoregion.|
|JAN-3-40-28||Predictive mapping of forest composition and structure using direct gradient analysis and nearest neighbor imputation.|
OHMANN, J.L.., GREGORY, M.J..
|JAN-3-611-205||The origins of the Sustainable Biosphere Initiative: Debates, discussions, and visions. |
|JAN-3-66-4||Climate change or changing climate variability: Which is worse for crop growth in the midwestern region of the United States?|
SOUTHWORTH, J.., RANDOLPH, J.C.., DOERING, O.C.., HABECK, M.., PFEIFER, R.A.., MAZZOCCO, M.A..
|JAN-3-69-19||Historical relationships between terrain, land-use and vegetation pattern in a grassland-forest ecotone in the Rocky Mountains foothills of southwestern Alberta.|
SIMONSON, J.T., JOHNSON, E.A.
|JAN-3-69-34||Distribution of bark beetles in a harvested landscape.|
|JAN-3-80-8||Spartina alterniflora: Tracking and predicting the spread of an intertidal invasive in Willapa Bay.|
|JAN-3-84-11||Applications of stable isotopes for understanding anthropogenic effects of aquatic food webs in Cuatro Cienegas, Mexico.|
MARKS, J.., HUNGATE, B.., HENDRICKSON, D..
|JAN-3-92-12||Inferring process from pattern: Negative frequency-dependence and the importance of spatial scale.|
MOLOFSKY, J.., BEVER, J.D.., ANTONOVICS, J..
|JAR-3-68-10||Effects of fire intensity on shrub resprouting in pine savanna.|
THAXTON, J.M.., PLATT, W.J..
|JAS-3-34-5||Insect herbivory in an intact forest understory under experimental CO2 enrichment. |
HAMILTON, J.G.., ZANGERL, A.R.., BERENBAUM, M.R.., DELUCIA, E.H..
|JAS-3-41-3||Holocene migration patterns of eastern North American trees: Evidence from molecular markers.|
MCLACHLAN, J.S.., MANOS, P.S.., CLARK, J.S..
|JAS-3-56-22||A general model of selectivity for fish feeding: A rank proportion algorithm.|
LINK, J.S.., WHIPPLE, S.J..
|JAS-3-56-26||Predation of European corn borer eggs by Coleomegilla maculata DeGeer in the presence of alternative foods.|
HARMON, J.P.., ANDOW, D.A..
|JAS-3-56-30||How tadpoles balance the twin threats of pond drying and predators.|
|JAS-3-59-6||Organic nitrogen deposition; Is it time to reconsider the measurement of N in precipitation?|
NEFF, J.., HOLLAND, E.., DENTENER, F.., RUSSELL, K.., MCDOWELL, W..
|JAS-3-59-80||The divergent effects of understory species assemblages on nitrogen cycling in longleaf pine (Pinus palustris) savannas.|
WEST, J.B.., DONOVAN, L.A..
|JAS-3-60-8||Carbon disulfide (CS2) and carbonyl sulfide (OCS) production in the subfamily Mimosoideae (Leguminosae).|
PILUK, J.., HARTEL, P.., HAINES, B..
|JAS-3-66-32||Observations on the role of tree line in controlling atmospheric circulations.|
BERINGER, J.., CHAPIN III, FS., MCHUGH, I.., TAPPER, N.J.
|JAS-3-89-16||Examining landscape scale variability in tropical forest aboveground biomass using lidar.|
DRAKE, J.B.., CLARK, D.B.., KNOX, R.G.., BLAIR, J.B.., DUBAYAH, R..
|JAV-3-33-25||Tree species of the southeastern US sandhills differ in root proliferation responses to resource availability.|
ESPELETA, J.F.., DONOVAN, L.A..
|JAV-3-42-2||Effects of solar UV-B radiation on two trophic levels: Ecotypic variability in Arabidopsis thaliana.|
BOTTO, J.F.., ZAVALA, J.A..
|JAV-3-99-125||Understorey palm stemflow and throughfall in a Mexican Rainforest.|
ALVAREZ-SáNCHEZ, J.., LEóN-RICO, R..
|JAY-3-35-29||Endophytic fungi in Elymus canadensis (Canada wild rye): What, where, and why?|
HORNING, J.L.., SCHMITT, R.A.., ANN VINTON, M..
|JAY-3-63-2||What makes the desert bloom? The contribution of dust and crusts to soil fertility on the Colorado Plateau.|
BELNAP, J.., REYNOLDS, R.L.., REHEIS, M.., PHILLIPS, S.L..
|JAY-3-64-39||The effects of burning and grazing on a California grassland plant community.|
|JEA-3-32-8||Hydraulic properties and freeze-thaw induced embolism in 17 sympatric species of oaks (Quercus.)|
CAVENDER-BARES, J.., HOLBROOK, N.M..
|JEA-3-42-1||Eat green but not any green! Consequences of ungulate introduction on an long-lived tree species.|
VOURC'H, G.., VILA, B.., GILLON, D.., CLAUSEN, T.P.., ESCARRé, J.., MARTIN, J..
|JEA-3-64-10||Restoring dry meadow ecosystems using threshold and alternative state concepts: Environmental and seedling response.|
CHAMBERS, J.C.., LINNEROOTH, A.R.., MEBINE, P.S..
|JEA-3-92-20||Allee effects can promote species coexistence in a spatial model.|
FERDY, J.., MOLOFSKY, J..
|JEA-3-99-118||Nitrifying bacteria in exotic earthworm casts and in rural and urban oak forest soil.|
SCOTT, J.., CARREIRO, M..
|JED-3-30-11||Uptake of nitrogen dioxide (NO2) in tropical tree leaves: Implications for tropospheric photochemistry?|
SPARKS, J.P.., MONSON, R.K..
|JEF-3-34-36||Late season photosynthesis, chemistry and phenology of sun and shade leaves of sweetgum (Liquidambar styraciflua L.) trees after two years of CO2 enrichment. |
HERRICK, J.D.., THOMAS, R.B..
|JEF-3-38-11||Radial dispersion of neighbors and the small-scale competitive impact of two annual grasses on a native perennial grass.|
FEHMI, J.S.., LACA, E.A.., RICE, K.J.., BARTELL, D..
|JEF-3-38-26||Species composition, species richness, and soil disturbance affect grassland susceptibility and response to invasion|
|JEF-3-40-27||A comparison of aboveground structure and litter production of Atlantic white cedar swamps in northeastern North Carolina.|
DEBERRY, J.W.., BELCHER, R.T.., LOOMIS, D.T.., ATKINSON, R.B..
|JEF-3-51-19||Relationships among breeding latitude, timing of migration, and wintering latitude in Wilson's Warblers as revealed by hydrogen stable-isotope ratios.|
KELLY, J.F.., ATUDOREI, V.A.., SHARP, Z.D.., FINCH, D.M..
|JEF-3-51-2||Population regulation without density dependence? Decoupling density- and number-dependent sources of mortality for a coral reef fish.|
|JEF-3-53-7||Raptor population trends discerned from 23 years of migration monitoring in Nevada, Utah, and New Mexico.|
|JEF-3-58-32||Arbuscular mycorrhizal specificity, compatibility, and feedback between co-occurring species in a tallgrass prairie.|
|JEF-3-59-39||Response of foliar N and P to excessive N deposition in a mid-Appalachian hardwood forest.|
MAY, J.D.., BURDETTE, S.B.., GILLIAM, F.S.., ADAMS, M.B..
|JEF-3-59-84||Belowground processes in successional Douglas-fir stands.|
|JEF-3-64-20||Sawdust addition reduces soil ammonium levels and promotes native grass growth in competition with exotic grasses.|
CORBIN, J.D.., D'ANTONIO, C.M..
|JEF-3-65-31||Robust monitoring for landscape experiments: Linking science and values with Bayesian decision analysis.|
BORCHERS, J.G.., BRADSHAW, G.A..
|JEF-3-73-4||Modeling restoration of Michigan tributaries and its effect on salmonid populations.|
TYLER, J.A.., RUTHERFORD, E.S..
|JEF-3-74-4||Long-term effects of a short-term lake food web manipulation: Tuesday Lake 12 years later.|
HOUSER, J.N.., SCHEELE, C.E.H.., ESSINGTON, T.E.., CARPENTER, S.R.., KITCHELL, J.F..
|JEF-3-81-3||Area requirements of Gopher Tortoises (Gopherus polyphemus): Re-evaluating guidelines for estimating reserve size.|
OTT, J.A.., HOLLISTER, J.W.., GUYER, C.., MICHENER, W.K..
|JEN-3-33-28||Comparison of N inputs among forested ecosystems by two Alnus spp. within adjacent upland and floodplain landscapes of interior Alaska.|
MITCHELL, J.S.., RUESS, R.W.., ULIASSI, D.D..
|JEN-3-33-7||The effects of nutrient heterogeneity on root allocation in Pisum sativum: A split root experiment.|
DOHERTY, J.H.., CASPER, B.B..
|JEN-3-34-26||Diurnal patterns of isoprene emission and the potential role of substrate regulation.|
FUNK, J.L.., FULLER, H.M.., BAKER, C.., JONES, C.G.., LERDAU, M.T..
|JEN-3-34-60||Geographic variation in soil organic carbon dynamics following land-use change in Costa Rica.|
|JEN-3-35-16||Variation in biomass increase of understory saplings exposed in situ to elevated CO2,|
HARTZ-RUBIN, J.S.., DELUCIA, E.H..
|JEN-3-37-9||Local scale effects of growing season length on the population structure of scarlet monkeyflower, Mimulus cardinalis.|
WILLIAMS, J.L.., LEVINE, J.M..
|JEN-3-40-40||Environmental gradient effects on plant community composition in a halophytic habitat.|
JOHNSON, J.E.., WALLACE, L.L..
|JEN-3-42-14||Associational susceptibility of cottonwood to a box elder herbivore.|
WHITE, J.A.., WHITHAM, T.G..
|JEN-3-43-14||Clearance rate of plant toxins: A mechanism for dietary specialization in mammalian herbivores.|
SORENSEN, J.S.., DEARING, M.D..
|JEN-3-43-2||Jasmonate-mediated indirect plant defense against herbivores.|
|JEN-3-44-10||Advantage to long-distance pollination in Leuhea seemannii, a tropical pioneer tree.|
|JEN-3-46-23||Regulation of diversity: Maintenance of species richness in changing environments.|
BROWN, J.H.., ERNEST, S.K.MORGAN., PARODY, J.M.., HASKELL, J.P..
|JEN-3-47-4||Age, size, and genetic structure of Chesapeake Bay eelgrass (Zostera marina L.) demes.|
RHODE, J.M.., DUFFY, J.E..
|JEN-3-48-21||The importance of shade to community structure: Positive interactions in the low rocky intertidal zone.|
|JEN-3-48-39||Mechanisms underlying increased seed production of Gossypium thurberi (Malvaceae) in the presence of ants.|
|JEN-3-53-12||Effects of landscape structure on avian community compostion and probability of occurrence in fire-dominated Mediterranean ecosystems.|
RECHEL, J.L.., FREEMAN, D.M.., LARSON, D.A..
|JEN-3-54-7||The role of ant nutrition in mediating a lycaenid-ant mutualism.|
|JEN-3-58-34||Ectomycorrhizal fungal communities in four North American ecosystems: Biodiversity, spatial distribution, and effects of nitrogen fertilization.|
LANSING, J.L., ALLEN, M.F.
|JEN-3-63-21||Construction cost and plant invasibility: Comparing Purple Loosestrife (Lythrum salicaria) with its non-invasive neighbors along disturbed ponds.|
NAGEL, J.M.., GRIFFIN, K.L..
|JEN-3-73-9||Nitrogen cycling in a subarctic stream in Iceland: Results from a 15N tracer addition.|
TANK, J.L.., SANZONE, D.M..
|JEN-3-74-6||Interactions between bacteria and phytoplankton affect algal response to nutrients and dissolved organic matter.|
|JEN-3-84-9||Feeding preferences of invasive vs. noninvasive Gambusia species.|
REHAGE, J.., SIH, A.., BARNETT, B.., MAURER, E..
|JEN-3-89-23||Determination of fire return intervals for the tropical savanna of central Brazil|
RIGGAN, P.J.., RECHEL, J.L.., WOLDEN, L.G.., TISSELL, R.G..
|JEN-3-99-145||Superior fitness of hybrid cottonwoods along a western stream: Ecological and conservation implications.|
|JER-3-12-2||Emerging issues facing ecologists and managers dealing wth biological diversity.|
|JER-3-52-2||Testing simple models of keystone predation.|
|JER-3-76-12||Snag and large woody debris dynamics in riparian forests.|
BARKER, J.R.., RINGOLD, P.L.., BOLLMAN, M..
|JER-3-82-23||Functional redundancy among aquatic grazers: Ecological context determines functional similarity.|
WOJDAK, J.M.., MITTELBACH, G.G..
|JER-3-99-159||A phenological model of global C3 and C4 grass distribution with application for climatic change under a VEMAP elevated CO2 scenario.|
WINSLOW, J.C.., HUNT, JR., E.R.., PIPER, S.C..
|JES-3-40-5||Interactions of land use and invasibility.|
MCPHERSON, J.., LOWE, P.., LAUENROTH, W.K..
|JES-3-48-28||Is timing everything? The temporal interation between an insect and its host plants.|
|JES-3-52-29||Patch isolation and priority effects and the structure of arthropod communities inhabiting creosote bush (Larrea tridentata) in central Arizona.|
|JES-3-64-29||Restoration of tropical wet forest in the Ebano Verde Scientific Reserve, Dominican Republic.|
SLOCUM, M.., ZIMMERMAN, J.K.., AIDE, T.M..
|JES-3-75-17||Primary productivity and nutrient dynamics in the Upper Colorado River Basin: Implications for floodplain restoration.|
GOURLEY, J.L.., CROWL, T.A.., TOWNSEND, M.J..
|JES-3-99-161||Three questions for ecology.|
|JIA-3-34-83||Are native plants exposed to elevated atmospheric CO2 in situations more tolerant of drought than those exposed to present levels of CO2?|
LI, J.., HUNGATE, B.A.., DIJKSTRA, P.., WHEELER, R.M.., HINKLE, C.R.., DRAKE, B.G..
|JIA-3-59-67||Mass and decomposition of litterfall in three tropical forest ecosystems in Xishuangbanna, Southwestern of China.|
TANG, J.., CAO, M..
|JIL-3-33-22||N-deposition does not explain increased cottonwood growth in urban compared to rural environments in the vicinity of NYC.|
GREGG, J.W.., LOVETT, G.M..
|JIL-3-37-13||Intimate links between environmental gradients and distribution of genotypes in a Louisiana Iris hybrid swarm.|
JOHNSTON, J.A.., WESSELINGH, R.A.., BOUCK, A.C.., DONOVAN, L.A.., ARNOLD, M.L..
|JIL-3-63-3||A geomorphological approach to reptile habitat relationships in the California Mojave Desert: The LizLand model.|
HEATON, J.S.., KIESTER, A.R.., CABLK, M.E.., MOUAT, D.A..
|JIM-3-45-8||Phenology and physical traits of bird-dispersed fruits in middle Georgia.|
|JIM-3-68-26||CO2 flux in burned and unburned Prosopis savanna: Comparing Bowen ratio and leaf chamber photosynthesis.|
ANSLEY, R.J.., DUGAS, W.A.., KRAMP, B.A..
|JIM-3-73-13||Role of nutrient regeneration by fish in a neotropical stream.|
HOOD, J.M.., VANNI, M.J.., FLECKER, A.S..
|JIN-3-40-26||Woody canopy influences on understory plants during old field succession.|
YAO, J.., RICH, P.M..
|JIO-3-89-7||Seasonal patterns of NOAA-AVHRR derived NDVI in Arctic tundra vegetations of the North Slope of Alaska|
JIA, J.., EPSTEIN, H.E.., WALKER, D.A..
|JIQ-3-66-25||Energy flows in peatlands and their responses to heat and water loading.|
CHEN, J.., BRIGHAM, S.., PASTOR, J.., WELTZIN, J.., WANG, X.., HARTH, C.., DEWEY, B.., KELLER, J.., UPDEGRAFF, K..
|JOA-3-330-183||Ecological knowledge and human social categories. |
|JOA-3-55-5||Parasitic fungus mediates vegetation change in nitrogen exposed boreal forest.|
STRENGBOM, J.., NORDIN, A.., NäSHOLM, T.., ERICSON, L..
|JOA-3-81-15||Consequences of road construction: The threat of increasing hybridization to a rare plant species.|
BAGGS, J.E.., MASCHINSKI, J..
|JOC-3-7-3||Comprehensive mapping of habitats in the city of Mainz, Germany - an example of communicating ecology in Central Europe.|
|JOD-3-52-52||Mechanisms of coexistence in Philippine bats.|
|JOD-3-69-26||Fire suppression, tree encroachment, and the spread of exotic species threaten the persistence of two endangered plants in California.|
|JOE-3-34-41||The influence of UV-B radiation on phenolic composition and deposition patterns in three eastern deciduous tree species.|
SULLIVAN, J.H.., GITZ, D.C..
|JOE-3-56-36||Ecology of fear: Foraging games between owls and gerbils .|
BROWN, J.S.., KOTLER, B.P.., BOUSKILA, A..
|JOH-3-15-1||Movement of organic matter and nutrients from stream to riparian zone: A reversal of fortune.|
SCHADE*, J.D.., WELTER, J.R.., GRIMM, N.B.., FISHER, S.G..
|JOH-3-16-2||Invasion and subsequent biological control of St. John's Wort (Hypericum perforatum): rapid evolution of herbivore tolerance?|
MARON, J.., LUKE, C..
|JOH-3-19-3||Hydraulic architecture and stomatal action.|
SPERRY, J.S.., OREN, R.., COMSTOCK, J.P..
|JOH-3-20-5||Quantifying bias in estimates from wildlife surveys.|
SAUER, J.R.., LINK, W.A..
|JOH-3-22-1||Ecology in court to serve environmental justice.|
|JOH-3-25-3||Conserving important genetic variation in the rare Sapphire Rockcress, Arabis fecunda (Brassicaceae).|
MCKAY, J.K.., MITCHELL-OLDS, T..
|JOH-3-28-34||The Great Salt Lake: An ecosystem services perspective.|
MULL, J.F.., HATCH, J.., LINDAHL, A..
|JOH-3-29-11||Modeling the light interception and carbon gain of individual fluttering leaves.|
|JOH-3-30-26||The basis for co-variation in leaf lifespan and photosynthetic capacity: What is known and what is not.|
SKILLMAN, J.B.., GRIFFIN, K.., EARLL, S..
|JOH-3-34-37||Seasonal changes in the photosynthetic response of an 11-year-old sweetgum stand in the second year of CO2 enrichment at a FACE site in the southeastern United States.|
SHOLTIS, J.D.., GUNDERSON, C.A.., TISSUE, D.T..
|JOH-3-34-47||Response of growth and nitrate reductase activity in trees to elevated CO2 varies with mycorrhizal status.|
CONSTABLE, J.V.H.., BASSIRIRAD, H..
|JOH-3-34-77||Seasonal changes of UV-absorbing compounds in the leaves of two Southern Hemisphere temperate tree species.|
HUNT, J.., MCSEVENY, T..
|JOH-3-35-2||Woody species phenology, 1990-1999, at Harvard Forest, Petersham, MA.|
O'KEEFE, J.F.., JOHNSON, S.A..
|JOH-3-35-3||Metapopulation dynamics of cobble beach plants: Effects of patch quality and isolation on community composition and richness.|
|JOH-3-40-31||Fossil pollen records and AVHRR: Complementary sensors of the vegetation.|
WILLIAMS, J.W., JACKSON, S.T.
|JOH-3-40-50||Positive interactions under nurse-plants: Spatial scale, stress gradients and benefactor size.|
LLOYD, J.D.., TEWKSBURY, J.J..
|JOH-3-41-9||The latitudinal gradient of diversity through the Holocene as recorded by fossil pollen in Europe.|
|JOH-3-42-6||Effects of summer grazing by reindeer on composition of vegetation, productivity and nitrogen cycling.|
OLOFSSON, J.., KITTI, H.., RAUTIAINEN, P.., STARK, S.., OKSANEN, L..
|JOH-3-43-3||Ecosystem engineering by leaftying caterpillars|
LILL, J.T.., MARQUIS, R.J..
|JOH-3-43-6||Herbivore community dynamics in wet and dry tropical forests.|
|JOH-3-46-11||Genetic constraints and diffuse selection on resistance to deer herbivory in the Ivyleaf morning glory, Ipomoea hederacea.|
STINCHCOMBE, J.R.., RAUSHER, M.D..
|JOH-3-52-14||In search of keystone predators: An experimental test of a field method. |
|JOH-3-55-4||Host-parasite interactions in the Mountain Spiny Lizard Sceloporus jarrovi.|
|JOH-3-56-33||The community ecology of tachinid-host interactions.|
STIREMAN III, J.O..
|JOH-3-56-7||Elk and bison: Foraging in the landscape of fear of Yellowstone National Park .|
LAUNDRé, J.W.., HERNáNDEZ, L..
|JOH-3-58-1||Hydrologic response to reduced vegetative cover and soil removal in a sagebrush steppe community.|
GIORDANENGO, J.H.., FRASIER, G.., TRLICA, M.J.., REDENTE, E.F..
|JOH-3-59-33||Greenhouse gas emissions from drainage waters in an intensively farmed, subtropical valley.|
HARRISON, J.A.., MATSON, P.A..
|JOH-3-59-4||Comparison and standardization of four soil CO2 evolution measurement techniques under laboratory and field conditions.|
|JOH-3-59-48||Does St. Augustine grass lose more nitrogen via runoff and leaching than a lower-maintenance mixed-species landscape? |
ERICKSON, J.E.., VOLIN, J.C.., CISAR, J.L.., SNYDER, G.H..
|JOH-3-59-54||Effect of afforestation on aggregation and particulate organic matter carbon.|
SIX, J.., MORRIS, S.J.., PAUSTIAN, K.., PAUL, E.A..
|JOH-3-59-61||Do pines fix nitrogen?|
MH KNOPS, J..
|JOH-3-6-4|| NPP and biodiversity: Contrasting traditional community ecological approaches with those developed from soils.|
|JOH-3-60-10||Effects of drawdown on phosphorus dynamics of a subtropical wetland.|
WHITE, J.R.., REDDY, K.R.., CALZADA-BUJAK, I..
|JOH-3-63-18||Controls of ecosystem nutrient use efficiency: Bottom-up or top-down? |
HIREMATH, A.J.., EWEL, J.J..
|JOH-3-63-32||Land-use history and carbon storage in forest ecosystems.|
CASPERSEN, J.., PACALA, S..
|JOH-3-64-26||The change in forested wetland canopy coverage after forty years of desiccation compared to seven years of rehydration.|
VOLIN, J.C.., OWEN, D.., DUNSON, W.A.., AUSTIN, D.F..
|JOH-3-66-26||In situ dynamics of fine root populations in a native temperate calcareous grassland: Effects of elevated atmospheric CO2.|
ARNONE III, J.A.., ZALLER, J.G.., SPEHN, E.M.., NIKLAUS, P.A.., WELLS, C.E.., KöRNER, C..
|JOH-3-75-8||Trophic interactions of large-piscivorous and small-omnivorous fishes in freshwater marshes of the Florida Everglades.|
CHICK, J.H.., TREXLER, J.C..
|JOH-3-80-3||Evidence of anthropogenic-derived sediments in mangrove estuaries.|
POLSENBERG, J.F.., NOTT, W.L.., FIELD, C.B..
|JOH-3-82-14||Non-indigenous Hemiptera: Heteroptera (Insecta) in Oregon: An analysis of occurrence and habitat.|
|JOH-3-82-39||Biodiversity and species invasions in marine invertebrate communities.|
STACHOWICZ, J.J.., WHITLATCH, R.B..
|JOH-3-83-3||Regeneration of slash-and-burn agricultural fields in relation to landscape structure in the Orange Walk District, Belize.|
WEBBEKING, A.., KUPFER, J.A.., FRANKLIN, S.B..
|JOH-3-89-14||A web-based educational module illustrating ecological applications of hyperspectral remote sensing .|
|JOH-3-89-4||Effects of climate, landuse, and soils on NDVI dynamics in the U.S. Great Plains. |
BRADFORD, J.., PARUELO, J.., BURKE, I.., LAUENROTH, B..
|JOH-3-91-4||Spatial pattern analysis in ecology based on the K-function: Testing the assumptions of stationarity and isotropy.|
BATTLES, J.., BIGING, G.., NEWBURN, D..
|JOH-3-92-19||Modeling commnunity assembly: A synthesis of approaches.|
|JOH-3-99-115||Effects of ultraviolet-B radiation on biomass allocation in a Carex fen ecosystem in Tierra del Fuego, Argentina.|
ZALLER, J.G.., FLINT, S.., SEARLES, P.S.., CALDWELL, M.M.., ROUSSEAUX, C.M.., BALLAR, C.L.., SCOPEL, A.L.., SALA, O.E..
|JOH-3-99-117||Timing of nutrient pulses in a sagebrush-bunchgrass ecosystem.|
|JOH-3-99-141||Trophic links between rivers and riparian lizards: Indirect effects of aquatic insect subsidies on terrestrial resources.|
SABO*, J.L.., POWER, M.E..
|JON-3-12-1||Conservation of biological diversity across mixed ownership landscapes.|
|JON-3-34-46||Influence of precipitation timing on sagebrush steppe vegetation.|
BATES, J.., SVEJCAR, T.., ANGELL, R.., MILLER, R..
|JON-3-46-20||Dispersal, speciation, and the fate of founders: The Hawaiian biota as a model for linking phylogenetic processes with large-scale diversity patterns.|
|JON-3-52-3||Interactive effects of dispersal and predation on pond zooplankton communities .|
|JON-3-56-12||Predator functional response: Discriminating between handling and digesting prey.|
JESCHKE, J.M.., KOPP, M.., TOLLRIAN, R..
|JON-3-58-20||Local-scale population variation in Cenococcum geophilum on serpentine and non-serpentine soils|
CUMMING, J.R.., MILLER, S.P.., SHEETS, N.L.., PANACCIONE, D.G..
|JON-3-58-30||Effects of aluminum on mycorrhizal and non-mycorrhizal broomsedge.|
NING, J.., CUMMING, J.R..
|JON-3-58-4||Soil resource heterogeneity in the Mojave Desert.|
TITUS, J.H.., NOWAK, R.S.., SMITH, S.D..
|JON-3-59-109||Impacts of increased nitrogen deposition on nitrogen cycling and leaching losses of dissolved nitrogen from lodgepole pine and trembling aspen stands.|
CARRASCO, J.J.., WESSMAN, C.A..
|JON-3-59-110||Effects of atmospheric pollutants and deposition on forested ecosystems as assessed with stable isotopic composition|
COMSTOCK, J.., SY, M.., PAUSCH, R..
|JON-3-63-8||Urban carbon: Sources, sinks, and people in Baltimore.|
SMITH, J.., PICKETT, S.TA., GROFFMAN, P.M.
|JON-3-65-22||Spatial dependence of arboreal beetles in beech-maple and mixed mesophytic forest associations of Ohio.|
GERING, J.C.., CRIST, T.O..
|JON-3-76-16||Depth to ground water affects riparian tree water uptake and physiological condition.|
HORTON, J.L.., HART, S.C.., KOLB, T.E..
|JON-3-82-9||Species diversity and biological invasions: Relating local process to community pattern.|
|JON-3-88-2||Contingency and predictability in wetland communities: Effects of environment, history, and spatial scale.|
|JON-3-99-175||The forest vegetation of Cape Cod: A regional-historical analysis.|
HARROD, J.., HALL, B.., FOSTER, D.R.., MOTZKIN, G.., EBERHARDT, R.W..
|JOR-3-34-2||Solar utraviolet-B radiation affects resin content and biomass production in Grindelia chiloensis (Asteraceae), a woody perennial of Patagonia, Argentina.|
ZAVALA, J.A.., RAVETTA, D.A..
|JOR-3-82-41||Detecting population decline in widespread butterfly species.|
LEON CORTES, J.L.., COWLEY, M.J.R.., THOMAS, C.D..
|JOS-3-29-10||The relationship between leaf nitrogen and radiation absorption in New Zealand indigenous forests.|
WHITE, J.D.., SCOTT, N.A..
|JOS-3-29-13||Limiting factors to regeneration of large-seeded hardwoods in the Upper Coastal Plain of South Carolina.|
RILEY, J.M.., JONES, R.H..
|JOS-3-30-9||Individual responses to water deficit in the riparian tree Populus fremontii.|
|JOS-3-32-18||Physiological response of tropical rainforest canopy trees to climate.|
O'BRIEN, J.J.., OBERBAUER, S.F..
|JOS-3-33-3||Nutrient allocation in species from contrasting habitats following changes in nitrogen, phosphorous and CO2 .|
ARENAS, J.M.., GONI, A.., TERESA SEBASTIA, M..
|JOS-3-33-5||Beyond Weaver: The relationship between the structure of root systems and resource utilization|
CRAINE, J.M.., WEDIN, D.A.., CHAPINIII, F.S.., REICH, P.B.., , .
|JOS-3-38-18||Plant invasions are reduced by abundance of native perennial bunchgrass.|
FARGIONE, J.., TILMAN, D..
|JOS-3-38-6||Effects of shrubs on annual plant communities in temperate arid lands of Australia.|
FACELLI, J.M.., TEMBY, A.M..
|JOS-3-48-25||Induced resistance in Catalpa bignoniodes (Bignoniaceae): The rallying of a biotic defense.|
NESS, J.H.., CARROLL, C.R.., PULLIAM, H.R..
|JOS-3-48-43||The interaction of fire intensity and elk herbivory on aspen regeneration and arthropod biodiversity: An intermediate burn hypothesis.|
BAILEY, J.K.., WHITHAM, T.G..
|JOS-3-52-34||Parasitism and the distribution of pond breeding amphibians.|
|JOS-3-66-18||The effects of CO2 and landuse change using synchronously coupled meteorological and plant models.|
EASTMAN, J.L., WAIDE, R.B., COUGHENOUR, M.B., PIELKE, R.A.
|JOS-3-68-17||Composition changes following fire and tree removal from shale glades. |
ELY, J.S.., GIBSON, D.J..
|JOS-3-69-39||What prevents revegetation on Blue Mountain Ridge?|
COLOSI, J.C., ROYA HAMADANI, M..
|JOY-3-32-33||Gender-specific responses of boxelder to water availability during a decade of growth in a common garden.|
WARD, J.K.., DAWSON, T.E.., PIERCE, D.L.., EHLERINGER, J.R..
|JOY-3-59-7||The role of nitrogen dynamics in modeling historical and projected carbon balance of mature black spruce ecosystems across North America: Comparisons with CO2 fluxes measured in the Boreal Ecosystem Atmosphere Study (BOREAS).|
CLEIN, J.., MCGUIRE, ADAVE., ZHANG, X.., KICKLIGHTER, D.., MELILLO, J.., WOFSY, S.., JARVIS, P..
|JOY-3-69-24||Using prescribed fire and nitrogen manipulation to control Melilotus officinalis and M. alba: Rocky Mountain National Park,|
WOLF, J.J.., BEATTY, S.W.., SEASTEDT, T.R..
|JOY-3-81-9||Implications for reintroduction of an endangered limestone endemic: Lessons from field and greenhouse germination tests.|
MASCHINSKI, J.., BAGGS, J.E.., SACCHI, C.F..
|JUA-3-30-17||Variation of root respiration rate with root diameter and nitrogen concentration.|
LORETI, J.., JACKSON, R.B..
|JUA-3-63-14||Nitrogen mineralization in epiphytic soil in old-growth Fitzroya cupressoides forest, southern Chile. |
ARMESTO, J.J.., PEREZ, C.., CARMONA, M.., GUEVARA, R..
|JUA-3-65-23||Scaling-up movements in heterogeneous landscapes: Importance of behavior|
MANUEL MORALES, J..
|JUL-3-30-35||The isotopic composition of ecosystem respiratory fluxes.|
FESSENDEN, J.E.., EHLERINGER, J.R..
|JUL-3-30-40||Carbon exchange of an old growth eastern hemlock forest: Model predictions versus eddy covariance measurements.|
|JUL-3-32-1||Ephemeral plant responses to El Niño Current in a semiarid ecosystem of northcentral Chile.|
GUTIERREZ, J.R.., MESERVE, P.L..
|JUL-3-33-18||The effect of litter quality on neighbor growth is dependent on nitrogen availability: Evidence from a greenhouse experiment with two alpine co-dominants.|
LARSON, J.R.., SUDING, K.N.., BOWMAN, W.D..
|JUL-3-34-58||Will plants be able to evolve in response to climate change? A case study from the Great Plains.|
|JUL-3-34-71||Biological N-fixation in California annual grassland: Responses to elevated CO2 and effects on community productivity.|
VERVILLE, J.H.., FIELD, C.B..
|JUL-3-35-30||The effect of ultraviolet-B radiation on photosynthesis and stress tolerance for douglas-fir (Psuedotsuga menziesii) seedlings.|
KONVALINKA, J.M.., DONAHUE, R.A.., POULSON, M.E..
|JUL-3-35-40||Natural resistance to cheatgrass invasion: The role of limiting resources.|
BECKSTEAD, J.., AUGSPURGER, C.K..
|JUL-3-36-5||Seed dynamics of Juniperus virginiana L. in western Nebraska.|
HUDDLE*, J.A.., STUBBENDIECK, J.., BROLLIER, J..
|JUL-3-48-29||Gull-plant interactions: The pitter-patter of big feet.|
|JUL-3-6-7||Soil aggregation in the rhizosphere: optimal conditions for multiple mechanisms.|
JASTROW, J.D.., MILLER, R.M..
|JUL-3-60-1||Contrasting and comparing the species effects of a nitrogen fixing species, Ceanothus velutinus, and a non-nitrogen-fixing species, Psuedotsuga meziesii, Douglas-fir, on soil phosphorus and nitrogen properties in the Oregon Cascades .|
SPEARS, J.D.H.., LAJTHA, K.., PENNINGTON, S.B.., CALDWELL, B.A.., VANDERBILT, K..
|JUL-3-63-11||The variability of nutrients and the effects on a pond food web.|
BUTZLER, J.M.., CHASE, J..
|JUL-3-64-24||The role of the soil seed bank in understory Ponderosa Pine restoration.|
KORB, J.E.., COVINGTON, W.W.., FULE, P.Z..
|JUL-3-65-37||Documentation of land cover history of secondary forests of northeastern Costa Rica using time-series remote sensing data.|
READ, J.M.., DENSLOW, J.S.., GUZMAN, S.M..
|JUL-3-88-12||Hydrologic regimes, disturbance history, and environmental gradients at four forested long-term ecological research sites : Andrews, Coweeta, Hubbard Brook, and Luquillo.|
JONES, J.A.., POST, D.A..
|JUL-3-92-7||When can genetic differentiation be used as a quantitative measure of inter-population movement?|
BRENNAN, J.M.., FAHRIG, L..
|JUN-3-34-22||Field studies on the effects of UV-B radiation on leaf anatomy and morphology of Liquidambar styraciflua and Pinus taeda .|
TIAN, J.., SULLIVAN, J..
|JUR-3-52-22||Testing the multichannel omnivory model: Impact of detrital subsidies on top-down control in a terrestrial grazing food web.|
HALAJ, J.., WISE, D.H..
|JUS-3-29-3||Light distribution in mesic grasslands: Spatial patterns and temporal dynamics.|
WU*, X.B.., DERNER, J.D..
|JUS-3-29-4||Concurrence of light availability and root interference in mesic grasslands.|
DERNER, J.D.., POLLEY, H.W.., JOHNSON, H.B.., TISCHLER, C.R..
|JUS-3-67-7||Historical versus hyrdologic controls on early successional dynamics in beaver meadows.|
WRIGHT, J.P., JONES, C.G., FLECKER, A.S.
|JUT-3-68-16||Patterns and processes of arthropod community succession after a fire.|
BURGER, J.C.., PATTEN, M.A.., ROTENBERRY, J.T.., REDAK, R.A..
|KAO-3-31-22||Effects of ontogeny and shading on carbon allocation to storage in seedlings of Ardisia crenata, a shade tolerant non-native shrub. |
KITAJIMA, K.., DOOLEY, M..
|KAR-3-32-25||Water use and stomatal conductance of Pinus taeda L. and Liquidambar styraciflua under ambient and elevated CO 2.|
SCHAFER, K.V.R.., OREN, R.., LAI, C.., KATUL, G..
|KAR-3-32-32||Differences in leaf gas exchange and water relations among riparian woody species along a diverted mountain stream in the eastern Sierra Nevada.|
ALSTAD, K.P.., HART, S.C..
|KAR-3-420-189||Dialect differences in the alarm calls of the golden-mantled ground squirrels (Spermophilus lateralis) in Big Bear, California.|
EILER, K.C.., BANACK, S.A..
|KAR-3-48-23||Do bottom-up factors drive variation in herbivore effects? A study of upwelling and herbivory along the central Chilean coast. |
|KAR-3-51-16||Long-distance fish migration: More than a matter of getting from here to there.|
|KAR-3-51-5||Habitat selection patterns based on enhanced and limited growth and survival of juvenile fishes in an estuarine nursery.|
|KAR-3-59-83||Carbon budgets and net ecosystem productivity of two contrasting boreal black spruce ecosystems in central Saskatchewan.|
BISBEE, K.., GOWER, T.., NORMAN, J..
|KAR-3-64-30||The role of soil amendments in the restoration of wetland diversity and function.|
ROWLEY, K.., WOLTERS, J.., FRIESE, C.., ROBINSON, J.., AMON, J..
|KAR-3-64-38||Addition of sawdust to soils to enhance native grass persistence following removal of introduced nitrogen-fixing shrub.|
HAUBENSAK, K.A.., D'ANTONIO, C.M..
|KAR-3-74-14||Response of aquatic macrophyte communities to rusty crayfish (Orconectes rusticus) invasion: Contrasting results from long-term vs. multiple lake data.|
WILSON, K.A.., MAGNUSON, J.J..
|KAR-3-82-27||Trophic and taxonomic patterns of impact of invasive species: A meta-analysis.|
GOODELL, K.., WONHAM, M.J.., VON HOLLE, B.., PARKER, I.M..
|KAT-3-2-2||To boldly go: Research frontiers in ecology.|
|KAT-3-28-19||Ecological restoration and GIS: Curriculum for the Montana Natural History Center|
WARNER, K.E.., BREWER, C.A..
|KAT-3-31-15||Clonal foraging by introduced and native congeneric honeysuckle vines.|
|KAT-3-35-21||Competitive effects of an introduced species, Hieracium aurantiacum, on a native congener.|
|KAT-3-35-39||Species richness does not always enhance productivity: Priority effects and competition for space in wetland plant communities.|
ENGELHARDT, K.A.M.., RITCHIE, M.E.., KADLEC, J.A..
|KAT-3-37-3||Life history models for the invasive species Carduus nutans (nodding thistle) in Australia.|
SHEA, K.., WOODBURN, T.., SHEPPARD, A..
|KAT-3-38-13||Fugitive species are not always competitively inferior: Evidence for a shift in competitive hierarchy following soil disturbance in a grassland plant community.|
NASH SUDING, K.., GOLDBERG, D.E..
|KAT-3-40-3||Vegetation response to large scale disturbance in a southern Appalachian forest: Hurricane Opal and salvage logging.|
ELLIOTT, K.J.., HITCHCOCK, S.L.., KRUEGER, L.M..
|KAT-3-43-1||The effect of fire spatial scale on bison grazing intensity.|
|KAT-3-5-1||Community based conservation: does it work?|
|KAT-3-55-2||Population dynamics and reproductive strategies in Arisaema triphyllum: Influence of a systemic rust pathogen, Uromyces ari-triphylli.|
KAMPF, K.M.., JAROSZ, A.M..
|KAT-3-59-24||Interactions of soil hydrologic and biotic processes in regulating nitrate retention in wet tropical forests: Comparisons using isotope tracers.|
LOHSE, K.A.., FARRINGTON, H.., MOEN, J.., MATSON, P.., ASNER, G..
|KAT-3-59-63||A nitrogen budget for Olmsted County, Minnesota.|
BRADLEY, K.L.., CRAWFORD, K.., KNOPS, J.M.H..
|KAT-3-59-66||Alteration of soil carbon by communities of mycorrhizal fungi in a chaparral ecosystem exposed to elevated CO2.|
TRESEDER, K.K.., EGERTON-WARBURTON, L.M.., ALLEN, M.F..
|KAT-3-63-16||Cloudwater nitrogen chemistry from remote, southern Chile: Whence come the nutrients?|
WEATHERS, K.C.., LOVETT, G.M.., LIKENS, G.E.., CARACO, N.F.M..
|KAT-3-64-25||Early growth patterns of trees in a maple-basswood forest restoration.|
VARRO, E.A.., ROSENTHAL, C.A.., SHEA, K.L..
|KAT-3-71-8||Stable isotopes provide evidence of dispersal by an acid-tolerant stonefly (Plecoptera) .|
MACNEALE, K.H.., PECKARSKY, B.L.., LIKENS, G.E..
|KAT-3-76-18||Identifying links between riparian water conditions and diverse terrestrial communities.|
|KAT-3-76-23||Seasonal relations between hydrology and subsurface carbon inputs from a riparian meadow to a second-order stream.|
DWIRE, K.A.., KAUFFMAN, J.B.., BROOKSHIRE, J..
|KAT-3-9-5||Air pollution: a chronic stressor in Western mountains|
|KEI-3-32-38||Transpiration, root architecture, and biomass allocation in cottonwood (Populus fremontii) and mesquite (Prosopis velutina): Responses to experimental manipulations.|
SNYDER, K.A.., WILLIAMS, D.G..
|KEI-3-32-9||Turgor changes in the epidermis of Vicia faba leaves are consistent with hydraulic coupling among stomata.|
MOTT, K.A.., FRANKS, P.J..
|KEI-3-33-2||Nutrient resorption in shrubs growing by design, and by default along a Chihuahuan Desert arroyo.|
KILLINGBECK, K.T.., WHITFORD, W.G..
|KEI-3-52-18||Effects of experimental habitat fragmentation on habitat use by butterflies and skippers.|
SUMMERVILLE, K.S.., CRIST, T.O..
|KEL-3-39-20||Investigations in relative abundance: a comparison of size distributions of co-occurring, congeneric Mexican trees.|
|KEL-3-58-3||Potential effects of elevated CO2 and O3 on soil microbiota in ponderosa pine mesocosms.|
DONEGAN, K.K.., WATRUD, L.L.., MAGGARD, S.., SHIROYAMA, T.., PORTEOUS, L.A.., SEIDLER, R.J..
|KEL-3-59-46||Decomposition and nitrogen release from leaves of three Chilean Nothofagus species.|
DECKER, K.., BOERNER, R.E.J..
|KEN-3-37-26||Separating dispersal and environmental effects in an eastern deciduous forest.|
PIERCE JR., K.B.., URBAN, D..
|KEN-3-41-19||Forest clearance and plant cultivation by prehistoric people in southwestern Ohio.|
|KEN-3-52-15||Differential responses of forest-floor arthropod predators and prey to long-term detrital subsidy.|
LAWRENCE, K.L.., WISE, D.H..
|KEN-3-52-33||Experimental removal of strong and weak predators: Mice and chipmunks preying on songbird nests.|
SCHMIDT, K.A.., GOHEEN, J.R.., NAUMANN, R.., OSTFELD, R.S..
|KEN-3-59-51||Partitioning carbon fluxes during ecosystem develoment following a disturbance.|
CLARK, K.L.., GHOLZ, H.L.., CASTRO, M..
|KEN-3-63-1||The response of fine roots to nutrient additions in disturbed black spruce ecosystems. |
SMITH, C.K.., MUNSON, A.D.., COYEA, M.R..
|KEN-3-64-3||Diagnostic tools and reclamation technology for mitigating impacts of DoD/DOE activities on arid areas.|
KENT OSTLER, DRW.., DENNIS HANSEN, DRJ.., DAVID ANDERSON, DRC..
|KEN-3-68-4||Influence of severe wildfires on density and composition of tree layer on flatwoods sites of southeastern coastal plain, USA.|
|KEN-3-71-2||Does a predator transition maintain the crayfish distributions in the South Fork of the New River, NC?|
FORTINO, K.., CREED JR., R.P..
|KEN-3-80-1||The influence of seed predation and site factors on the establishment of Xylocarpus granatum, a high-value mangrove species in Micronesia.|
KRAUSS, K.W.., ALLEN, J.A.., HAUFF, R.G..
|KER-3-37-20||Bush encroachment as an integral part of savanna dynamics.|
WIEGAND, K.., WARD, D.., SALTZ, D..
|KER-3-40-30||Impact of nonnative plants on native tree diversity and composition in Madagascar.|
|KER-3-42-5||Effects of deer browse in old-growth hemlock-northern hardwood forest.|
WOODS, K.D.., SILBERSTEIN, G..
|KER-3-57-5||The relationship between land use history, soil characteristics and microbial community structure along a gradient of increasing intensity of disturbance.|
STEENWERTH, K.L.., CALDERóN, F.J.., JACKSON, L.E.., SCOW, K.M.., STROMBERG, M.R..
|KER-3-99-160||Effects of body size and behavior on the interactions between intraguild predators and their prey.|
|KEV-3-37-25||Factors in the control of parasite population that has abundant hosts: Cuscuta salina in the salt marsh.|
CUMMINS, K.., DEUTSCHMAN, D.H..
|KEV-3-68-43||A cellular automata model of chaparral age mosaics.|
CUMMINS, K.., DEUTSCHMAN, D.H.
|KEV-3-76-24||Patterns of tree species in early succession along point bars of southeastern USA rivers.|
ROBERTSON, K.M.., AUGSPURGER, C.K..
|KEV-3-78-5||Differential settlement of the mussels Mytilus californianus and M. trossulus in sheltered on exposed and sheltered rocky shores..|
ROBLES, C.D.., JOHNSON, K.B.., MARTEL, A..
|KEV-3-84-13||Effects of the invasive seaweed Sargassum muticum in a native algal community.|
|KEV-3-87-9||Characterizing ecosystem stability of northern China steppes using onset of green-up derived from time-series AVHRR NDVI data.|
PRICE, K.P.., YU, F.., LEE, R.., ELLIS, J.., SHI, P..
|KEV-3-91-9||A Bayesian approach to estimating demographic matrices.|
GROSS, K.., CRAIG, B.A..
|KIM-3-12-6||Modelling effects of broad-scale forest management on understory vegetation.|
BROSOFSKE, K.D.., CHEN, J.., GUSTAFSON, E.J..
|KIM-3-29-21||Leaf area distribution and canopy clumping in an old-growth mixed-species podocarp New Zealand rainforest.|
BROWN, K.J.., GRIFFIN, K.., SCHUSTER, W.., TISSUE, D.., TURNBULL, M.., WHITEHEAD, D..
|KIM-3-49-7||Allometric scaling exponents: A test with invertebrates.|
CUDDINGTON, K.., VASSEUR, D.., CURRIE, W.., YODZIS, P..
|KIM-3-52-45||Threshold effects of landscape structure on biological control in agroecosystems.|
WITH, K.A.., PAVUK, D.M..
|KIM-3-53-11||A comparison of age ratios, site fidelity, and spatial arrangement of a shrub-nesting songbird in heavily deer-browsed and less-browsed habitats.|
|KIM-3-53-4||Effects of thermal loading on the nest microclimate of ground-nesting birds.|
SUEDKAMP, K.M., GUTHERY, F.S., FUHLENDORF, S.D.
|KIM-3-64-34||Interactions between Centaurea solstitialis and Nassella pulchra in deep and shallow soils.|
|KIM-3-78-6||Ecological relationships of Scylla serrata in the Federated States of Micronesia: Modeling strategies for mangrove resource management.|
BONINE, K.M.., EWEL, K.C.., NAYLOR, R.L.., HAUFF, R.D..
|KIM-3-82-7||A spatial analysis of multiple indices with implications for conservation management.|
KARISH, K.S.., EDWARDS, JR., T.C.., DENORMANDIE, J.., STEVENSON, M.R..
|KIM-3-89-18||The optics, pigments and phenology of water lily leaves.|
WHITMAN, K.J.., SCHALLES, J.F..
|KIO-3-30-20||Physiological responses of the desert shrub Larrea tridentata to short-term variation in summer rainfall.|
OGLE, K.., FERNANDEZ, R.J.., BAUER, S.L.., REYNOLDS, J.F..
|KIR-3-37-6||Moss mediation of site occupation in two monkeyflowers.|
KIRKPATRICK, H.E.., BARNES, J.W.S..
|KIR-3-40-11||Vegetation dynamics of an oak-juniper savanna on the Edwards Plateau of Texas: An isotopic assessment.|
JESSUP, K.E.., BARKER, K.D.., BARNES, P.W.., BOUTTON, T.W..
|KIR-3-52-58||Factors limiting the red imported fire ant, Solenopsis wagneri in its native range in Brazil.|
WACKFORD, K.M.., FEENER, JR., D.H..
|KLA-3-42-22||Patterns of growth compensation of eastern white pine (Pinus strobus L.): The influence of herbivory intensity and competitive environments.|
PUETTMANN, K.J.., SAUNDERS, M..
|KRI-3-33-15||Effects of spatial nutrient heterogeneity on competitive outcomes in four early successional plant species.|
BLISS, K.M.., JONES, R.H.., MOU, P.P.., MITCHELL, R.J.., PECOT, S.D..
|KRI-3-39-1||Local adaptation vs. source-sink dynamics in marginal populations of Potentilla species.|
STINSON, K.A.., STRATTON , D.A.., BAZZAZ, F.A..
|KRI-3-50-3||Hummingbird foraging behavior in different patch types: Simulation of alternative foraging strategies.|
BAUM, K.A.., GRANT, W.E..
|KRI-3-54-4||Nurse plant associations cause shifts in the ectomycorrhizal fungal communities associated with pinyon pine (Pinus edulis).|
|KRI-3-59-38||Production and transport of dissolved carbon in arctic tundra microcosms: The roles of vegetation and water flow.|
JUDD, K.E.., KLING, G.W..
|KRI-3-73-3||Changing communities, changing scales: Context really IS everything.|
WRIGHT, K.K.., LI, J.L..
|KRI-3-99-163||Ecologists and ethical expertise: Thinking like a citizen.|
|KUR-3-56-32||Antipredator behavior of the cave cricket (Hadenoecus subterraneus) in response to predation risk by white-footed mice (Peromyscus leucopus).|
LEWIS HELF*, K.., SCHMIDT, K.., POULSON, T.L..
|KUR-3-64-7||Forest understory restoration following the removal of an invasive shrub, Amur honeysuckle (Lonicera maackii).|
HARTMAN, K.M.., MCCARTHY, B.C..
|KUR-3-88-10||Modeling the effects of spatial heterogeneity of resource subsidies on stream food webs.|
ANDERSON, K.E.., NISBET, R.M.., COOPER, S.D..
|KUR-3-99-137||Does dense sugar maple regeneration in gaps reduce herbaceous understory species richness in western Great Lakes conifer-hardwood forests?|
SCHULZ, K.., ZASADA, J.., KAHL, K.., NAUERTZ, E.., BUCKLEY, D..
|KUR-3-99-138||Flower and fruit production of eastern leatherwood (Dirca palustris) understory shrub of northern conifer-hardwood forests.|
ZASADA, J.., SCHULZ, K.., KAHL, K.., NAUERTZ, E.., MATTSON, W..
|KYL-3-40-1||Habitat associations of tropical trees and shrubs within a 50-ha forest plot in Panama.|
|KYL-3-82-3||The effects of habitat quality and heterogeneity on community invasibility and species diversity in juvenile salmonids.|
|KYU-3-59-72||Soil carbon storage vs. erosion rates along two Australian toposequences.|
YOO, K.., AMUNDSON, R.., HEIMSATH, A.M..
|LAR-3-30-12||Interannual variation in ecosystem carbon exchange in a northern grassland.|
FLANAGAN, L.B.., CARLSON, P.J.., WEVER, L.A..
|LAR-3-30-14||Seasonal and interannual variation in water vapor flux and energy balance in a northern grassland.|
WEVER, L.A.., CARLSON, P.J.., FLANAGAN, L.B..
|LAU-3-29-18||The effects of light availability and salinity levels on mangrove seedling growth.|
HOFFMAN, L.L.., ANTEN, N.P.R.., ACKERLY, D.D..
|LAU-3-31-11||Influences of canopy size, soil moisture and root characteristics on root demography in Concord grape vines.|
ANDERSON, L.J.., COMAS, L.H.., YOUNG, H.A.., EISSENSTAT, D.M..
|LAU-3-32-17||The effects of soil moisture and mycorrhiza on two species of goldenrod.|
YOUNG, L.M.., WHIPPLE, A.V.., ABRAHAMSON, W.G..
|LAU-3-42-12||Contrasting effects of mammalian herbivore guilds on plant community structure.|
BEEBEE, M.D.., FOX, L.R..
|LAU-3-508-191||Ecology in its culture: An anthropological inquiry into knowledge, boundaries, and privilege.|
|LAU-3-56-31||Understanding the interaction of crayfish and the Hine's Emerald Dragonfly larvae coexisting in crayfish burrows.|
PINTOR, L.M.., SOLUK, D.A..
|LAU-3-57-10||The role of plant species in the structure and function of soil microbial communities: An experimental evaluation.|
BROUGHTON, L.C.., GROSS, K.L..
|LAU-3-69-49||Effects of plant removals on soil surface erosion in a Chihuahuan Desert shrubland.|
HUENNEKE, L.F.., BUONOPANE, M.., BOTHERN, L.., HERRICK, J.E..
|LAU-3-82-26||Spatial dispersion of migratory shorebirds at the continental scale: Implications for conservation.|
PAYNE, L.X.., HARRINGTON, B.A.., TEMPLE, S.A..
|LAU-3-84-10||Biodiversity lost and found: The resurgence of indigenous fishes in the Lake Victoria region.|
CHAPMAN, L.J.., CHAPMAN, C.A.., OLOWO, J.P.., SCHOFIELD, P.J.., KAUFMAN, L.S..
|LAU-3-88-6||Dynamics of the deep chlorophyll maximum in lakes of the McMurdo Dry Valleys, Antarctica.|
BURNETT, L.L.., MOORHEAD, D.L..
|LAW-3-2-3||Proclaiming a new subdiscipline of ecology.|
|LAW-3-51-21||Population consequences of, and selection for, early egg hatch in a praying mantid.|
|LAW-3-67-10||Colonization dynamics and impacts of a nitrogen-fixing shrub in post-volcanic primary succession in New Zealand.|
WALKER, L.R.., CLARKSON, B.D.., SILVESTER, W.., CLARKSON, B.R..
|LEA-3-28-6||Restoration ecology service learning for non-majors: Experiencing science and scientists in action.|
JABLONSKI, L.., GUGGENBILLER, M..
|LEA-3-34-48||A meta-analysis of reproductive responses to elevated CO2 in native and crop species.|
JABLONSKI, L.M.., JONES, M.H.., WANG, X.., CURTIS, P.S..
|LEE-3-40-7||Alternate states and hierarchical organization of forests.|
FRELICH, L.E.., REICH, P.B.., DAVIS, M.B.., AUGUSTINE, D.J..
|LEE-3-48-22||Trophic cascades in tropical versus temperate systems.|
|LEI-3-90-4||Using an atlas of vascular plants to determine patterns of biodiversity in Utah.|
SHULTZ, L.M.., RAMSEY, R.D.., TERLETZKY, P..
|LEL-3-20-2||Composite likelihood based inference for measurement error problems in population dynamics.|
|LEN-3-74-11||Community resistance to an invasion attempt by Daphnia lumholtzi.|
LENNON, J.T.., SMITH, V.H.., DZIALOWSKI, A..
|LEN-3-8-1||Effect of habitat fragmentation on the extinction threshold: a synthesis.|
|LEO-3-39-17||Safety in numbers: Evidence for Allee effects in rare and common species of Silene.|
MOYLE, L.C.., ANTONOVICS, J..
|LES-3-34-73||Plant-plant interactions in a Mojave Desert plant community exposed to elevated atmospheric CO2 during a year with above-average precipitation.|
DEFALCO, L.A.., NOWAK, R.S..
|LEW-3-34-57||Developmental and physiological constraints on the CO2 response of a developmentally-determinant plant.|
LEWIS, J.D.., WANG, X.Z.., GRIFFIN, K.L.., TISSUE, D.T..
|LIA-3-21-6||Weaving a tangled web: Complex interactions and metacommunity dynamics in Sarracenia purpurea pitchers.|
|LIA-3-59-52||A modeling study of mineralization in Duke Forest soils under ambient and elevated CO2.|
WU, L.., LUO, Y..
|LID-3-28-9||A pilot program for engaging students in ecological research: Studies of succession in urban environments.|
YOSHIDA, L.C.., BEVER, J.D..
|LID-3-33-13||Short term 15 N additions to mycorrhizal Bromus madritensis ssp. rubens and neighboring Artemisia californica.|
YOSHIDA, L.C.., ALLEN, E.B..
|LID-3-510-192||The interaction of forest management and deer browsing on the vascular plant richness and cover in sugar maple dominated forests of the Winegar Moraine, Upper Michigan.|
SZABO, L.., CROW, T.R.., BUCKLEY, D.S.., NAUERTZ, E.A..
|LIN-3-42-23||Root and/or shoot competition: Critical mechanisms for survival in a grazed environment.|
|LIN-3-48-4||Relationships among porcupines, pinyon pines, and bark beetles in the pinyon-juniper woodlands of the Edwards Plateau in Texas.|
ILSE, L.M.., HELLGREN, E.C..
|LIN-3-63-22||A conceptual clarification of complexity and its application in small aquatic systems.|
PUTH, L.M.., ALLEN, T.F.H..
|LIN-3-74-15||Effects of lake size and moose grazing on species richness.|
QVARNEMARK, L.M.., SHELDON, S.P..
|LIN-3-80-5||Native species response to invasion: Effects of green crabs on soft-shell clam behavior and morphology.|
|LIN-3-87-1||Modeling the effects of livestock densities with the Savanna ecosystem model.|
CHRISTENSEN, L.., COUGHENOUR, M.B.., ELLIS, J.E..
|LIN-3-99-105||Seasonal patterns of plant water status and gas exchange in two Sonoran Desert landscapes.|
STABLER, L.B.., MARTIN, C.A..
|LIS-3-19-7||Disequilibrium between predawn plant and soil water potentials.|
DONOVAN, L.A.., LINTON, M.J.., RICHARDS, J.H..
|LIS-3-35-5||Genetic variation of Lepidium latifolium, an invasive plant species, across two spatial scales.|
PRINTZ, L.., HOELZER, G.., TAYLOR, G..
|LIS-3-49-8||Climate change and its effect on the range shift of Atalopedes campestris, the sachem skipper butterfly: Experimental evidence for a climatic range limiting factor.|
|LIS-3-58-18||Climate change effects on enchytraeid worms (Oligochaeta) and C release in tundra soils.|
COLE, L.., BARDGETT, R.D.., INESON, P..
|LIS-3-76-1||Riparian and upland breeding bird and small mammal communities of sub-boreal spruce forests in the central interior of British Columbia.|
MAHON, C.L.., TODD, M.., GRAINGER, K..
|LIS-3-80-6||Responses of an estuarine fish community to small frequent versus large infrequent disturbances.|
EBY, L.A.., CROWDER, L.B..
|LIS-3-9-2||1000 years of climate change and ecological response in Western montane forests.|
|LOR-3-34-82||Climate variation and the dynamics of altitudinal treelines in the southern Andes|
DANIELS, L.D.., VEBLEN, T.T..
|LOR-3-59-111||Species' constraints limit ecosystem response to nutrients on an ombrotrophic peat bog.|
JOHNSON, L.C.., COLES, J.., DAMMAN, W.H..
|LOR-3-67-2||Fifteen years of old-field succession and reestablishment of a wetland forest.|
BATTAGLIA, L.., MINCHIN, P.R.., PRITCHETT, D.W..
|LOR-3-84-4||Have shell, will travel: Food preference and reproductive plasiticity in an invasive invertebrate.|
LACH, L.., BRITTON, D.K.., RUNDELL, R.J.., COWIE, R.H..
|LOU-3-17-4||Potential changes in tree species and forest communities with climate change in the Eastern U.S.|
IVERSON, L.R.., PRASAD, A.M.., SCHWARTZ, M.W..
|LOU-3-31-16||Fine root tissue composition and morphology among fast- and slow-growing tree species of the Northeastern United States.|
COMAS, L.H.., TROAST, L.P.., REED, S.., EISSENSTAT, D.M..
|LOU-3-54-12||Inter- and intraspecific differences in aggressiveness among colonies of Azteca ants contribute to variation in diversity and impact of herbivores on Cecropia trees .|
|LOU-3-58-39||Feedbacks between plant and soil commmunities.|
INNES, L.., BARDGETT, R.D.
|LOU-3-64-23|| Some lessons from the ATLSS project: modeling and Everglades restoration.|
GROSS, L.J.., DEANGELIS, D.L..
|LOU-3-8-12||Theory of marine reserves.|
BOTSFORD, L.W.., HASTINGS, A..
|LUC-3-34-45||Biogeography of red brome (Bromus madritensis subsp. rubens) in the Sonoran Desert.|
SALO, L.F.., MCPHERSON, G.R.., WILLIAMS, D.G..
|LUC-3-39-13||Jack Pine (Pinus banksiana Lamb.) population dynamics at its eastern distribution limit in Quebec.|
BABEAU, M.., SIROIS, L..
|LUC-3-52-4||Changes in rodent community structure in the Chihuahuan Desert, Mexico: Comparison between two habitats.|
HERNáNDEZ, L.., GONZáLEZ, A.., LIGHTFOOT, D..
|LUC-3-56-8||Predation risk and food quantity in the selection of habitat by black tailed jack rabbit (Lepus californicus): An optimal foraging approach.|
MARIN, A.., HERNáNDEZ, L.., LAUNDRé, J.W..
|LUC-3-68-29||Dynamics and distribution of tree species across a fire frequency gradient in the James Bay sector of Quebec.|
PARISIEN, M.., SIROIS, L..
|LUI-3-59-20||Soil CO2 efflux and soil CO2 profile concentrations under old-growth tropical rain forest|
SCHWENDENMANN, L.., VELDKAMP, E.., BRENES, T.., MACKENSEN, J.., CLARK, D.A.., CLARK, D.B.., OBERBAUER, S.F..
|LYD-3-60-7||Can liquid chloroform be used for microbial biomass N and P assays?|
OLANDER, L.P.., VITOUSEK, P.M..
|LYN-3-55-8||Maternal effects and heritability of host preference in a hemiparasitic plant.|
ADLER, L.S.., YODER, J.I..
|LYN-3-59-21||The fate of nitrogen in gypsy moth frass deposited to an oak forest floor.|
CHRISTENSON, L.M.., LOVETT, G.M.., MITCHELL, M.J.., GROFFMAN, P.M..
|LYN-3-59-60||Contrasting effects of burrowing herbivores on soil carbon and nitrogen dynamics above and belowground.|
BRANCH, L.C.., CLARK, K.L.., HIERRO, J.L.., VILLARREAL, D..
|LYN-3-65-27||California grassland productivity and nutrient availability at the hillslope scale.|
ALTHOUSE, L.., CHAMRAN, F.., SCHIMEL, J.P.., LACAPRA, V..
|LYN-3-99-113||The influence of Bromus tectorum invasion on nitrogen dynamics in an arid grassland.|
SPERRY, L.J.., EVANS, R.D..
|MAA-3-30-27||The effects of leaf wetness on photosynthesis of and ozone deposition to Poplar leaves.|
SCHREUDER, M.D.J.., VAN HOVE, L.W.A.., BREWER, C.A..
|MAC-3-73-17||Linking groundwater carbon flow to hyporheic and benthic productivity in headwater streams in northern Wisconsin.|
STRAND, M.., HUNT, R.J.., SCHINDLER, J.E.., AYRES, M.P.., KRABBENHOFT, D.P.., WALKER, J.F..
|MAD-3-99-107||Genetic diversity and water stress in isolated Negev desert populations of Acacia raddiana.|
SHRESTHA, M.K.., WARD, D.., GOLAN-GOLDHIRSH, A..
|MAI-3-51-14||Consequences of habitat size on the trophic structure and predator composition of an assemblage of arthropods in a sensitive salt marsh habitat.|
MILLER, M.E.., DENNO, R.., GRATTON, C..
|MAI-3-83-9||Response of avian assemblages to fragmentation in a tropical rain forest in Kenya.|
MAINAGITOGO, G.., JACKSON, W.M..
|MAN-3-34-64||The effect of snowpack on the timing and abundance of flowering in the montane plant, Delphinium barbeyi.|
MORALES, M.A.., INOUYE, D.W..
|MAN-3-48-18||Leaf toughness and nitrogen content: Common currencies determining decomposition rate and performance of terrestrial detritivores?|
MOLLES, JR., M.C.., GRACA, M.A.S..
|MAN-3-67-3||Riparian vegetation succession along the Cosumnes River, California.|
|MAR-3-15-6||Responses of terrestrial consumers to emergent aquatic insects in a forested Northern California watershed.|
POWER*, M.E.., RAINEY, W.E..
|MAR-3-20-6||The estimation of sightability error in replicated counts.|
|MAR-3-23-4||Effects of plant heterogeneity on herbivore population dynamics: Density-dependent, density-independent, and inverse density-dependent effects.|
|MAR-3-28-25||Non-indigenous, invasive species: Education and control using volunteers.|
KRASNY, M.E.., LEE, S..
|MAR-3-28-7||Communicating ecology through the humanities.|
STARK, M.V.., JOHNSON, S.R..
|MAR-3-29-20||Light response and drought tolerance in two South Florida Psychotria species.|
|MAR-3-29-8||Spatial patterns in freeze-induced photoinhibition of field-grown Eucalyptus pauciflora.|
BALL, M.C.., GILMORE, A.M.., NICOTRA, A.B.., HOFMANN, M..
|MAR-3-30-16||Effects of elevated CO2 concentrations during growth on isoprene emissions from velvet beans (Mucuna sp.).|
POTOSNAK, M.J.., GRIFFIN, K.L..
|MAR-3-31-18||Carbon acquisition, allocation and partitioning strategies of slow- and fast-growing families of loblolly pine.|
TOPA, M.A.., YANG, W.., KING, P.S.., PHILLIPS, R.P..
|MAR-3-32-14||Effects of added water on monoculture performance and competitive relations of Bromus tectorum and Stipa hymenoides in southeastern Utah.|
MILLER, M.E.., BELNAP, J.., BEATTY, S.W..
|MAR-3-33-26||Variation in nitrate assimilation and growth responses of tree seedlings to nitrate loading.|
RUDY, M.R.., BASSIRIRAD, H..
|MAR-3-330-184||Human beings and animals in the field: Theoretical and practical problems in species reintroduction and restoration.|
|MAR-3-34-51||Genetic vs. environmental control of respiration in jack pine in contrasting climates.|
TJOELKER, M.G.., OLEKSYN, J.., REICH, P.B..
|MAR-3-34-75||Changes in plant community patterns under elements of global change.|
SEBASTIA, M.., GRACIA, V.., DUAIGUES, S..
|MAR-3-35-48||Environmental conditions affect chamise, Adenostoma fasciculatum, leaf structure.|
|MAR-3-37-18||Size and growth rate as predictors of mortality in some east Texas trees.|
FULTON, M.., HARCOMBE, P..
|MAR-3-39-15||The role of low quality habitat in perennial plant population dynamics.|
|MAR-3-40-15||Germination dynamics and survival in two subalpine grassland communities with differentiated microenvironments.|
MOLA, B.., SEBASTIA, M..
|MAR-3-40-16||Changes in arctic plant community composition under natural and experimental warming. |
WALKER, M.., GOULD, W.., BORNER, A..
|MAR-3-40-36||Understory plant communities of naturally and artificially regenerated forests, southern New Brunswick, Canada.|
RAMOVS, B.V.., ROBERTS, M.R..
|MAR-3-40-55||Germination responses modulated by thermic factors and original habitat in subalpine herbs.|
PALACIOS, M.., SEBASTIA, M..
|MAR-3-40-8||Population dynamics of Tamarack (Larix laricina (Du Roi) K. Koch) growing in wetlands from the southwestern Quebec boreal forest.|
GIRARDIN, M.P.., TARDIF, J.., BERGERON, Y..
|MAR-3-41-25||The role of dispersal, climate, and topography in the Holocene migration of Utah juniper, Juniperus osteosperma, into Wyoming and southern Montana.|
LYFORD, M.E.., BETANCOURT, J.L.., JACKSON, S.T..
|MAR-3-42-24||Herbivore tolerance and competitive ability in two goldenrod (Solidago altissima, L) populations with different history of herbivory.|
URIARTE, M.., ROOT, R.B..
|MAR-3-43-7||Host plant selection in a guild of cactus-specialist bees: Pollen preferences of females foraging for larval provisions.|
|MAR-3-44-3||Pollination biology of saw palmetto (Serenoa repens: Palmae) in southwestern Florida.|
CARRINGTON, M.E.., GOTTFRIED, T.D.., MULLAHEY, J.J..
|MAR-3-46-1||Counter-gradient variation for growth and Bergmann's rule in ectotherms: A test using freshwater fishes.|
BELK, M.C.., HOUSTON, D.D..
|MAR-3-46-9||Costs of plasticity in foraging characteristics of the clonal plant Ranunculus reptans.|
VAN KLEUNEN, M.., FISCHER, M.., SCHMID, B..
|MAR-3-47-6||Genetic constraints on population success in Clarkia concinna .|
GROOM, M.., PREUNINGER, T..
|MAR-3-48-3||The effects of soil nitrogen on amino acid composition of floral nectar.|
GARDENER, M.C.., GILLMAN, M.P.., SILVERTOWN, J..
|MAR-3-48-34||Belowground overcompensation in response to floral predation in a clonal perennial.|
TOBLER, M.., VAN ZANDT, P.A.., MOPPER, S..
|MAR-3-50-1||Depletion of seed patches by Merriam's kangaroo rats: Are GUD assumptions met?|
PRICE, M.V.., CORRELL, R.A..
|MAR-3-51-20||Migration, nutrient transport, and dynamics in source-sink metapopulations.|
HOLYOAK, M.., DONAHUE, M.J..
|MAR-3-52-48||Temporal and environmental components associated with the community structure of neotropical wetlands insects.|
GRILLET, M.E.., LEGENDRE, P.., BORCARD, D..
|MAR-3-52-7||Scaling of resource heterogeneity and the coexistence of species.|
RITCHIE, M.E.., OLFF, H.., HADDAD, N..
|MAR-3-56-16||Temporal variability in physical-chemical coupling to algal quality and zooplankton production dynamics.|
|MAR-3-56-29||Predator-prey ratios: Multiple tests of the invariance rule.|
VINSON, M.R.., CROWL, T.A..
|MAR-3-57-2||Changes in microbial community composition and carbon substrate utilization due to land use change in a tropical soil. |
WALDROP, M.P.., FIRESTONE, M.K.., BALSER, T.C..
|MAR-3-58-13||Soil characteristics along an urban-rural gradient: What are the most telling soil indicators of urban activity?|
ANN VINTON, M.., HOUSE, R.., ELSON, M..
|MAR-3-58-14||Differing microbial enzyme and biomass responses to leaf litter of exotic Norway maple and native sugar maple and their effects on litter decay and nutrient release.|
CARREIRO, M.M.., REPERT, D.A.., REICHERT, J..
|MAR-3-58-6||Fine-root production, turnover and soil CO2 efflux in pine and poplar plantations.|
COLEMAN, M.D.., DICKSON, R.E.., ISEBRANDS, J.G..
|MAR-3-59-107||Nitrogen fluxes in annual and perennial vegetation stands of a northern Utah shrub-steppe ecosystem.|
BOOTH, M.S.., STARK, J.M.., CALDWELL, M.M..
|MAR-3-59-41||Decomposition of the third kind: Results from the LIDET project.|
|MAR-3-59-47||Ecosystem consequences of land cover change in eastern Kansas.|
NORRIS, M.D.., BLAIR, J.M.., JOHNSON, L.C..
|MAR-3-6-6||Plant C meets microbial N-tranformations in rhizosphere soil. |
|MAR-3-60-4||Changes in soil phosphorus pools along substrate gradients at Niwot Ridge, Colorado: Methods and results.|
LEFER, M.E.., TOWNSEND, A.R.., CONSTANCE, B..
|MAR-3-60-6||Litterfall mass and nutrient dynamics in a northern hardwood forest successional sequence.|
ARTHUR, M.A.., YANAI, R.D.., SICCAMA, T.G..
|MAR-3-63-38||The hydrochemical consequence of catastrophic windthrow in a coastal temperate rainforest, High Island, southeast Alaska.|
KRAMER, M.G.., BORMANN, B.T.., NAY, S.M.., SOLLINS, P..
|MAR-3-64-12||Control of weedy annual plant species on disturbed soils by manipulation of soil nitrogen availability.|
PASCHKE, M.W.., REDENTE, E.F.., MCLENDON, T..
|MAR-3-65-14||Scale dependance of habitat preference in desert rodents.|
|MAR-3-65-32||The effects of habitat destruction in finite-patch landscapes: A chain-binomial metapopulation model.|
HILL, M.., CASWELL, H..
|MAR-3-65-7||Linking biogeochemical function and community dynamics on forest edges.|
CADENASSO, M.L.., PICKETT, S.T.A.., WEATHERS, K.C..
|MAR-3-67-22||Edaphic factors in succession: Interactions between Bidens polylepis and Oenothera biennis.|
MCKENNA, M.A.., ABRAHAM, J.., COLLINS, T..
|MAR-3-68-20||Conceptual fire ecology model for the Long lsland, NY pine barrens.|
JORDAN, M.J.., PATTERSON III, W.A.., WINDISCH, A..
|MAR-3-69-16||Measure of simultaneous tree sways and estimation of crown interactions among a group of trees.|
RUDNICKI, M.., SILINS, U.., LIEFFERS, V.J.., JOSI, G..
|MAR-3-69-17||Four-year response of the herbaceous layer to harvesting in a mixed coniferous-deciduous forest.|
|MAR-3-69-35||Temporal variation in abundance and composition of pioneer seedling cohorts of riparian trees: Influence of river flow variation.|
DIXON, M.D.., TURNER, M.G..
|MAR-3-69-51||Effects of a fluctuating disturbance regime on a riparian wetland seed bank.|
HOWE, M.M.., KEARSLEY, M.J.C..
|MAR-3-70-2||The influence of ultraviolet radiation on phytoplankton growth rates and elemental composition.|
XENOPOULOS, M.A.., FROST, P.C.., SCHINDLER, D.W.., ELSER, J.J..
|MAR-3-72-1||Foraging ecology of kokanee salmon (Oncorhynchus nerka): Effects of prey density and light.|
KOSKI, M.L.., JOHNSON, B.M..
|MAR-3-72-4||Habitat partitioning in size-structured fish populations.|
OLSON, M.H.., YOUNG, B.P..
|MAR-3-72-7||A conceptual model for land-use effects on streams: Theory and application in the southern Blue Ridge.|
SCOTT, M.C.., HELFMAN, G.S..
|MAR-3-8-3||A critique of biogeographic approaches to estimating extinction rates.|
|MAR-3-81-2||Effect of extended inundation on Sidalcea nelsoniana, a threatened wetland prairie perennial.|
BARTELS, M.R.., WILSON, M.V..
|MAR-3-82-10||Predicting rarity in vascular plants: The roles of phylogeny and biogeography.|
SCHWARTZ, M.W.., BRIGHAM, C.A.., LYONS, K.G..
|MAR-3-82-22||Current consequences of an ancient introduction: Rats, island characteristics and colonial nesting birds in the Mediterranean.|
MARTIN, J.., THIBAULT, J.., BRETAGNOLLE, V..
|MAR-3-82-24||Ecological and geographic patterns of impact in invaded communities: A meta-analysis.|
WONHAM, M.J.., GOODELL, K.., VON HOLLE, B.., PARKER, I.M..
|MAR-3-83-5||Naturalized floras are largely the products of deliberate introductions: Assessment of temperate and subtropical floras.|
MACK, R.N.., ERNEBERG, M..
|MAR-3-84-8||From people to pathogens: Are parasites responding to anthropogenic disturbance?|
|MAR-3-87-10||Distinguishing ecologically significant patterns from model artifacts: A spatially-explicit method to identify and represent model uncertainty.|
BRUGNACH, M.., BRADSHAW, G.A.., BOLTE, J.., NIELSON, R..
|MAR-3-87-12||Modeling nitrogen and carbon dynamics during organic matter decomposition: Incorporating nonsymbiotic N2-fixation and wet deposition of inorganic nitrogen. |
CARMONA, M.R.., PÉREZ, C.., ARMESTO, J.J..
|MAR-3-92-14||Relationships between diversity and stability depend on the cause of variation in diversity.|
HENRY STEVENS, M.H.., PETCHEY, O.L..
|MAR-3-99-104||Ecological divergence between a homoploid hybrid species, Helianthus paradoxus, and its parental species.|
WELCH, M.E.., RIESEBERG, L.H..
|MAR-3-99-156||Using evolutionary computation to assess process models.|
TURLEY, M.C.., FORD, E.D..
|MAS-3-84-6||Causes of declining trend in the survival rate of the North Atlantic right whale.|
FUJIWARA, M.., CASWELL, H..
|MAT-3-32-28||Evidence of soil moisture stress in an Amazonian rain forest and implications for carbon uptake.|
WILLIAMS, M.., SHIMABOKURO, Y.., HERBERT, D.A., PARDI LACRUZ, S.., RENNO, C.., RASTETTER, E.B.
|MAT-3-32-6||Disequilibrium between plant and soil water potential at predawn: The contribution of nighttime transpiration.|
LINTON, M.J.., DONOVAN, L.A..
|MAT-3-37-10||Importance of plant form and microsite to the avoidance of low-temperature photoinhibition in different life stages of conifers in the alpine treeline.|
GERMINO, M.J.., SMITH, W.K..
|MAT-3-40-44||Replacement of eastern Hemlock (Tsuga canadensis) in the Black Rock in the Hudson Highlands of New York.|
MATES-MUCHIN, J.T.., LEWIS, J.D.., SCHUSTER, W..
|MAT-3-41-12||Quantitative analyses of late Cretaceous benthic marine communities: Spatial and temporal variation.|
|MAT-3-48-13||Effects of grazers on the correlations between plant traits and habitat variables in ponds.|
LEIBOLD, M.A.., PINCA, S.., SMITH, V.H..
|MAT-3-52-13||Community interactions and the population ecology of Dendroctonus frontalis.|
AYRES, M.P.., LOMBARDERO, F.., HOFSTETTER, R.., KLEPZIG, K.., MOSER, J..
|MAT-3-53-10||The effects of resource-imposed nesting aggregations on nesting success in Loggerhead Shrikes in Southwest Oklahoma.|
|MAT-3-58-40||Production of the arbuscular mycorrhizal fungal protein glomalin: The role of host plant species.|
RILLIG, M.C.., WRIGHT, S.F.., EVINER, V..
|MAT-3-59-5||Effects of biodiversity manipulation on soil nutrient availability in the Jornada Basin, New Mexico.|
WALLENSTEIN, M.D.., SCHLESINGER, W.H..
|MAT-3-65-15||The effect of landscape structure on peatland dragonflies and damselflies.|
HOLDER, M.L.., TAYLOR, P.D..
|MAT-3-65-30||Effects of biotic feedback on the rate and pattern of edge migration.|
BEKKER, M.F.., ALFTINE, K.J.., MALANSON, G.P..
|MAT-3-66-14||How long do roots live? A 13C tracer technique for assessing fine root longevity in a North Carolina pine forest.|
MATAMALA, R.., GONZALEZ-MELER, M.A.., SCHLESINGER, W.H..
|MAT-3-68-11||The role of topography in determining re-burned areas in two large Rocky Mountain wilderness areas .|
ROLLINS, M.G.., SWETNAM, T.W.., MORGAN, P..
|MAT-3-68-13||Interactions between fire and bark beetles in an old growth pine forest.|
SANTORO, A.E.., LOMBARDERO, M.J.., AYRES, M.P.., AYRES, B.D..
|MAT-3-68-24||Effects of deciduous and conifer fuels on predicted fire extinction in the mixedwood boreal forest.|
DICKINSON, M.B.., JOHNSON, E.A..
|MAT-3-71-6||Patterns of abundance of a potential facilitator in container insect communities.|
DAUGHERTY, M.P.., VANRHEIN, S.L.., GRAVEL, M.E.., JULIANO, S.A..
|MAT-3-75-16||The potential effects of floodplain restoration on habitat availability and ecosystem structure and function in the upper Colorado River basin.|
TOWNSEND, M.J.., CROWL, T.A.., GOURLEY, J.L.., PHILLIPS, R.H..
|MAU-3-69-9||Tree regeneration responses in a lowland Nothofagus-dominated forest after bamboo dieback in South-Central Chile.|
|MEG-3-35-12||The role of salt spray in maintaining coastal sandplain heathland plant communities.|
GRIFFITHS, M.E.., ORIANS, C.M..
|MEG-3-51-31||Is scale transition theory a useful tool for understanding spatial dynamics?|
DONAHUE, M.J.., HOLYOAK, M..
|MEG-3-57-8||Interactions between mycorrhizal fungi and fungal pathogens and their impact on asexual propagules of Allium vineale.|
RONSHEIM, M.L.., MOSES, W..
|MEL-3-35-10||Specialization and species distribution in orchid-fungal symbioses.|
MCCORMICK, M.K.., O'MALLEY, K.L.., WHIGHAM, D.F.., O'NEILL, J.P..
|MEL-3-61-7||Impacts of different farm management practices on nitrogen pollution of ground and surface water in Central California: Evaluation and application of BGC ecosystem model.|
MULITSCH, M.J.., PIERCE, L.L.., WATSON, F.G.., NEWMAN, W.B..
|MEL-3-63-27||Earthworms, fine roots, and soil microorganisms in a northern hardwood forest.|
FISK, M.C., STRASSNER, K.., GROFFMAN, P.M., FAHEY, T.J., BOHLEN, P.J.
|MEL-3-81-8||Effects of natural variation in local density on ginseng.|
SPENCER, S.M.., HACKNEY, E.E.., MCGRAW, J.B..
|MEL-3-92-4||Multiple mechanism effects on the shape of patch-occupancy frequency distributions: Implications for their use as community descriptors.|
|MEN-3-68-39||Forest litter densities under different canopy species in the mixed conifer forest of the southern Sierra Nevada-a factor affecting ground fire spread?|
MENNING, K.M.., BATTLES, J.J.., BENNING, T.L.., STEPHENSON, N.L..
|MIC-3-1-2||Saving biodiversity: Can ecosystem function justify species conservation?|
HUSTON, M.A.., WARDLE, D.A.., GRIME, J.P..
|MIC-3-11-2||Managing for cattle and wildlife on Deseret Ranch.|
WOLFE, M.L.., RITCHIE, M.E.., DANVIR, R..
|MIC-3-19-2||Embolism repair: Can we exorcize Maxwell's demon?|
HOLBROOK, N.M.., ZWIENIECKI, M.A.., MELCHER, P.J..
|MIC-3-28-10||Monarch larval monitoring: A North American citizen science project.|
PRYSBY, M.D.., OBERHAUSER, K.S..
|MIC-3-29-7||The effect of overstory structure and sky condition on light transmittance in a Longleaf Pine (Pinus palustris) forest.|
BATTAGLIA, M.A.., MITCHELL, R.J.., PU, M..
|MIC-3-33-21||Physiological and demographic response of the desert perennial, Cryptantha flava, to simulated Mule deer excretions.|
PEEK, M.S., FORSETH, I.N.
|MIC-3-34-21||Chlorophyll fluorescence for Mojave Desert plants exposed to elevated CO2 in wet and dry years.|
LOIK, M.E.., HUXMAN, T.E.., HOUSMAN, D.C.., SMITH, S.D..
|MIC-3-35-11||Whole tree conductance and leaf gas exchange in Eucalyptus saligna trees of different heights.|
BARNARD, H.R.., RYAN, M.G..
|MIC-3-35-31||Respiratory potential in sapwood of old versus young coniferous trees.|
PRUYN, M.L.., GARTNER, B.L.., HARMON, M.E..
|MIC-3-35-41||Site factors and black ash regeneration in northern Minnesota.|
BENEDICT, M.A.., FRELICH, L.F..
|MIC-3-35-9||Long-term maturational changes in foliar morphology and physiology in red spruce in relation to declining net primary productivity with tree age.|
DAY, M.E.., GREENWOOD, M.S.., WHITE, A.S..
|MIC-3-37-19||Population variation in the germination of the facultative winter annual Thlaspi arvens.|
HENDRICKSON, A.., FARRIS*, M.A..
|MIC-3-47-2||Genetic variation in and gene flow between San Joaquin kit fox Populations.|
SCHWARTZ, M.K.., RALLS, K.., WILLIAMS, D.F.., PILGRIM, K.., FLEISCHER, R.C..
|MIC-3-48-40||Highly skewed sex ratios of tephritid flies reared from two high-altitude Erigeron (Asteraceae) species: Why do female flies predominate?|
LEIGH, M.J.., INOUYE, D.W..
|MIC-3-49-4||Endurance capacity and acclimation in high elevation lizards.|
|MIC-3-49-6||The effect of water supplementation on hatchling growth in the sagebrush lizard (Sceloporus graciosus).|
SEARS, M.W.., ANGILLETTA, M.J..
|MIC-3-5-5||Integrated assessments and spatial-dynamic ecosystem modeling to assess development-biodiversity interactions in east Africa|
COUGHENOUR, M.B.., BOONE, R.B..
|MIC-3-51-23||Evidence for benefits to occupants of sink habitats.|
KREUZER, JR., M.., HUNTLY, N.J..
|MIC-3-52-51||The phenology of a neotropical ant assemblage--Testing for segregation in time.|
KASPARI, M.., PICKERING, J.., WINDSOR, D..
|MIC-3-56-20||Prey-induced size polymorphism in a ciliate predator.|
KOPP, M.., TOLLRIAN, R..
|MIC-3-56-9||Differential antipredatory responses of two similar species of fish to introduced brown trout.|
NANNINI, M.A.., BELK, M.C..
|MIC-3-58-19||Mycorrhizal fungi in Coast Live Oak: Diversity and scaling.|
ALLEN, M.F.., ZINK, T.., EGERTON-WARBURTON, L.., KAREN, O..
|MIC-3-58-22||Dynamics of biologically available C and N in tundra communities.|
WEINTRAUB, M.N.., SCHIMEL, J.P..
|MIC-3-58-29||Snow pack coverage and influence on soils of a polar desert.|
GOOSEFF, M.N.., BARRETT, J.E.., DORAN, P.T..
|MIC-3-59-62||Carbon in semiarid pinyon-juniper woodlands: Implications of patch-scale estimates.|
EBINGER, M.H.., BRESHEARS, D.D.., KAMMERDIENER, S.R..
|MIC-3-59-64||Decomposition and nutrient cycling in a changing environment: Is genetic diversity redundant to ecosystem function?|
MADRITCH, M.D.., HUNTER, M.D..
|MIC-3-59-94||Effects of soil organic matter quality and microclimate on soil nitrogen transformations in arctic treeline ecosystems.|
MACK, M.., BERINGER, J.., COPASS, C.., CHAPINIII, F.S..
|MIC-3-64-28||Using the spatial and age structure of natural ponderosa pine forests as a model for restoration.|
|MIC-3-64-36||Relationships between edaphic factors and vegetation in a chronosequence of abandoned agricultural fields: A case study along the San Pedro River, Arizona .|
OLEKSYSZYN, M.M.., STROMBERG, J.C.., GREEN, D.M..
|MIC-3-64-4||Return to Walhalla: 25 years of forest growth and its effects on Kaibab squirrels.|
KEARSLEY, M.J.C.., HALL, J.G..
|MIC-3-64-9||Restoring dry meadow ecosystems using threshold and alternative state concepts: Aboveground vegetation response.|
WRIGHT, J.M.., CHAMBERS, J.C..
|MIC-3-65-11||Examining current forest patterns in the context of historical dynamics: An example from the Pacific Northwest.|
WIMBERLY, M.C.., SPIES, T.A..
|MIC-3-65-42||Species-specific and scale-dependent responses to landscape configuration: A simulation model based on correlation matrices.|
WILLIG, M.R.., GORRESEN, M.., STRAUSS, R.E..
|MIC-3-71-9||Linking shallow groundwater invertebrate assemblages with stream ecosystem processes in Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming.|
MARSHALL, M.C.., HALL, R.O.., TANK, J.L..
|MIC-3-73-8||Hydrologic variability, organic matter supply, and denitrification in the Garonne River ecosystem.|
BAKER, M.A.., VERVIER, P.., ROQUES, L..
|MIC-3-75-9||An alternative method for estimating above-ground production in mangrove communities of Biscayne National Park, Florida.|
ROSS, M.S.., RUIZ, P.L..
|MIC-3-80-4||Stimulatory cues for molting of fiddler crab megalopae are specific to salt marshes.|
JUDGE, M.L.., O'CONNOR, N.J..
|MIC-3-81-14||Risk assessment for twelve salmonid evolutionarily significant units in the Columbia River basin.|
MCCLURE, M.., SANDERSON, B..
|MIC-3-83-1||Effects of nitrogen deposition and ozone on three major plant species of the San Bernardino Mountains.|
EATOUGH, M.., PAINE, T.D..
|MIC-3-84-12||Hatchery or wild: Effects of habitat enrichment on brain structures in rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss).|
MARCHETTI*, M.P.., NEVITT, G.A..
|MIC-3-87-13||Human and natural impacts on the water resources of the Lake Chad Basin.|
COE, M.T.., FOLEY, J.A..
|MIC-3-92-11||The effects of environmental variation on ecological invasions.|
NEUBERT, M.., KOT, M.., LEWIS, M..
|MIC-3-99-124||Aspen persistence in the southern greater Yellowstone ecosystem and Rocky Mountain National Park.|
BARNETT, D.T.., LEE, M.., KAYE, M.., STOHLGREN, T.J.., BOSSENBROEK, J..
|MIC-3-99-139||Relative influences on foraging: The gerbil's perspective.|
ABRAMSKY, Z.., ROSENZWEIG, M.L..
|MIC-3-99-154||The University of Montana EOS Natural Resource Project: Regional applications in land resources of NASA's EOS data.|
THORNTON, M.., RUNNING, S.W..
|MIK-3-30-32||Low leaf-specific conductivity reduces stomatal conductance and photosynthesis in older, taller mountain beech trees.|
RYAN, M.G.., WHITEHEAD, D..
|MIK-3-52-1||Apparent competition in heterogeneous environments.|
BONSALL, M.., HASSELL, M..
|MIQ-3-31-17||Can trees grown in the shade benefit from low respiration rates at elevated CO2?|
GONZàLEZ-MELER, M.A.., NAUMBURG, E.., ELLSWORTH, D.., SIEDOW, J.N.., SCHLESINGER, W.H..
|MIR-3-89-8||Characterizing stand age of California chaparral using multi-scale remote sensing.|
SCHMIDTS, M.J.., KOHN, D.., SIMS, D.A.., QIU, H.., GAMON, J.A..
|MOA-3-30-5||Photosynthetic response of canopy species in a forest area in eastern Brazilian Amazonia.|
DIAS-FILHO, M.B.., GUERRERO, J.B.M.., NEPSTAD, D.C..
|MOH-3-61-1||Effect of pruning and ammonium nitrate fertilizer on the populations of soil Acarina and Collembola in Jasmine grandiflorum, L. cultivations, in Kafr El-Sheikh, Egypt.|
TADROS, M.S.., SHARSHIR, F.A..
|MOH-3-65-10||Landscape-scale assessment of plant diversity: Integration of spatial information and spatial statistics.|
KALKHAN, M.A.., STOHLGREN, T.J.., CHONG, G.W..
|MON-3-28-4||Urban ecology and urban schools: A model for encouraging long-term research with school children and teachers.|
ELSER, M.M.., WILLIAMS, S.L..
|MON-3-35-14||A comparison of the effects of salinity levels and light levels on the growth of Helianthus paradoxus and Helianthus annuus.|
MENDEZ, M.O.., VAN AUKEN, O.W..
|MON-3-4-12||Effects of a fire-created landscape mosaic on ecosystem processes in Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming.|
TURNER, M.G.., ROMME, W.H.., TINKER, D.B.., KASHIAN, D.M.., KNIGHT, D.H..
|MON-3-48-44||Yield, secondary chemistry and digestibility of Sericea lespedeza exposed to ground-level ozone.|
POWELL, M.C.., HAINZE-GALLIHER, M.., MUNTIFERING, R.B.., LIN, J.., CHAPPELKA, A.H..
|MON-3-99-149||Vegetation management in Galapagos and Hawaii Archipelagos.|
SORIA, M.C.., GARDENER, M.R..
|MOO-3-99-166||Where are we, how did we get here and where are we going in plant physiological ecology?|
|MOR-3-7-6||The Baltimore long term ecosystem study: A patch dynamics approach to the study of urban ecosystems.|
GROVE, J.M.., PICKETT, S.T.A.., BURCH, JR., W.R..
|MOS-3-65-16||The effect of edge on white-footed mice (Peromyscus leucopus) in eastern deciduous woodlands. |
WOLF, M.., BATZLI, G..
|MUS-3-79-1||Threatened and endangered marine fishes in North America.|
|MUZ-3-69-1||Gap dynamics in late-successional shortleaf pine forests in the Missouri Ozarks.|
STAMBAUGH, M.C.., MUZIKA, R.M..
|NAN-3-48-8||Selective herbivory by the desert woodrat (Neotoma lepida) on joshua trees (Yucca brevifolia) .|
SANFORD, M.P.., HUNTLY, N..
|NAN-3-63-31||Urban sprawl in Colorado's front range: Consequences for carbon storage and productivity.|
GOLUBIEWSKI, N.E.., WESSMAN, C.A..
|NAN-3-7-7||Multiple-scale analyses of ecosystem function and human-ecological interaction in an urban setting, the central Arizona-Phoenix ecosystem.|
GRIMM, N.B.., LUCK, M.A.., JENERETTE, G.D..
|NAT-3-32-12||Hydraulic capacitance and resistance as a function of tree size.|
PHILLIPS, N.., BOND, B.J.., HINCKLEY, T.., MCDOWELL, N.., RYAN, M.G.., SCHAUER, A..
|NAT-3-32-30||Relationships between tree size, soil water content and predawn plant water potential in an oak woodland in Oregon .|
GEHRES, N.T.., PHILLIPS, N.., SCHAUER, A.., MCDOWELL, N.G.., BOND, B.J.., RYAN, M.G..
|NAT-3-32-36||Evidence of hydraulic limitation and compensation in large, old Douglas-fir trees.|
MCDOWELL, N.G.., PHILLIPS, N.., SCHAUER, A.., BOND, B.J.., RYAN, M.G..
|NAT-3-52-19||Contingent community structure: How resource-dependent interactions influence desert ant communities.|
SANDERS, N.J.., GORDON, D.M..
|NAT-3-52-39||Distribution and coexistence of two terrestrial salamander species: A difference in desiccation physiology.|
MURPHY, N.., NELSON, C.E..
|NAT-3-53-1||Riparian vegetation associations of non-game birds in the Hells Canyon Reach of the Snake River, Idaho-Oregon.|
SUNDERMAN TURLEY, N.J.., HOLTHUIJZEN, A.M.A..
|NAT-3-74-5||Effects of crayfish on fish recruitment and invertebrate size-structure in ponds.|
DORN, N.J.., MITTELBACH, G.G..
|NAT-3-9-3||Altered disturbance regimes: fire, fuels, and forest structure|
STEPHENSON, N.L.., SWETNAM, T.W.., VEBLEN, T.T..
|NEA-3-48-10||Nectar requirements affect pollen foraging of a solitary bee: Exploration using linear-programming models.|
|NEA-3-66-21||Factors controlling carbon accumulation in New Zealand secondary scrublands: Implications for the national carbon budget.|
SCOTT, N.A.., WHITE, J.D.., TROTTER, C.M.., WHITEHEAD, D.., TOWNSEND, J.A..
|NED-3-30-24||Carbon gain in seedlings and sprouts of northern hardwood forest after deer removal.|
FETCHER, N.., CAUCCI, M.., TOWNSEND, D..
|NEI-3-93-1||Modifying the national hierarchial framework of ecological units for Utah's West Desert .|
WEST, N.E.., DOUGHER, F.L.., MANIS, G.S.., RAMSEY, R.D..
|NIC-3-13-6||Agroecology of mutualisms between plants and mycorrhizal fungi.|
|NIC-3-21-2||Demographic models for carnivorous plants.|
GOTELLI, N.J.., ELLISON, A.M..
|NIC-3-31-10||The contribution of herb layer vegetation to the carbon budget of a temperate deciduous forest.|
TURRILL WELCH, N.., BELMONT, J.M.., WAYSON, C.A.., RANDOLPH, J.C..
|NIC-3-44-4||Pollination success and plant population size: How strong are the links?|
WASER, N.M.., PRICE, M.V.., BRODY, A.K.., CAMPBELL, D.R..
|NIC-3-46-2||The evolution of dispersal in populations and communities: A direct test.|
|NIC-3-52-9||Contrasting effects of plant diversity and composition on insect abundances.|
HADDAD, N.., TILMAN, D.., HAARSTAD, J.., RITCHIE, M.., KNOPS, J..
|NIC-3-58-36||Abiotic and biotic controls on the abundance and distribution of entomopathogenic nematodes in tallgrass prairie.|
DECRAPPEO, N.M., WALL, D.H.
|NIC-3-59-104||Carbon pulse-chase into soil biota: An in situ stable isotope approach.|
OSTLE, N.., INESON, P.., FITTER, A..
|NIC-3-71-5||Community structure in bison wallows and intermittent streams in tallgrass prairie.|
GERLANC, N.M.., BERNOT, R.J.., DODDS, W.K..
|NIK-3-40-32||Forest decline assessment of northern hardwood forests in the southern Appalachians.|
NICHOLAS, N.S.., HUBER, C.., JACKSON, W..
|NIN-3-34-80||13C discrimination during biospheric-atmospheric CO2 exchange: Sources of variation in field studies and models.|
BUCHMANN, N.., KAPLAN, J..
|NIN-3-65-1||Colonization potentials of tree species in fragmented forests.|
HEWITT, N.., KELLMAN, M..
|NOA-3-58-2||The influence of drying-rewetting events and stress history on soil microbial processes.|
FIERER, N.G.., SCHIMEL, J.P..
|NOR-3-23-9||Diversity in plant quality, herbivore movement, and herbivore population dynamics.|
|ODU-3-514-199||Importance of long-term ecological studies: Lessons from Horseshoe Bend.|
|OME-3-33-12||Root navigation by self-inhibition.|
FALIK, O.., GERSANI, M.., NOVOPLANSKY, A..
|ORI-3-93-11||Acid deposition effects on soil biodiversity and decomposition processes in Ohio Valley broadleaved forests.|
LOUCKS, O.L.., SUGG, P.M.., KUPERMAN, R.G..
|ORN-3-37-23||The recolonization of abandoned fields by the clonal shrub Sarcopoterium spinosum L. evidenced from archive aerial photos, wood rings and field observations.|
REISMAN-BERMAN*, O.., KADMON, R.., SHACHAK, M..
|OSV-3-63-28||Spatial patterns of decomposition in the Patagonian steppe.|
SALA, O.E.., OESTERHELD, M.., VRSALOVIC, J.., AUSTIN, A.T.., BURKE, I.C.., LAUENROTH, W.K..
|OTT-3-92-10||Stochastic age-structured dynamics: Cycles and trends.|
|OUI-3-62-5||Patterns of drinking water quality violations: A broad-scale indicator of changes in aquatic ecosystems in the southeastern U.S.|
|OWE-3-30-10||Does the temperature sensitive of plant respiration vary among contrasting species and environmental conditions?|
ATKIN, O.K.., BYRNE, B.R.., COVEY-CRUMP, E.., SCHEURWATER, I..
|OWE-3-51-6||Influence of cold weather on the abundance of pinyon pine sawflies.|
|OWE-3-52-8||Effects of species diversity and environmental variability on community and ecosystem properties in an aquatic microcosm experiment.|
PETCHEY, O.., CASEY, T.., JIANG, L.., JOHNSON, J.., KATO, Y.., MCPHEARSON, T..
|PAB-3-83-8||The status of four endemic pine rockland herbs in the Florida Keys: Implication for long term management.|
RUIZ, P.L.., ROSS, M.S..
|PAD-3-99-122||Impact of out-door-ecological education on students at Oakwood College.|
ONWERE, C.., TADI-UPPALA, P.P.., BYFIELD, M.., DAVID, J..
|PAI-3-25-6||Gene flow and local adaptation in Scots pine.|
HURME, P.., SAVOLAINEN, O..
|PAI-3-53-9||Patterns of song variation in different seasons in the bronzed cowbird support different evolutionary hypotheses.|
|PAM-3-13-3||Biogeochemical processes in agricultural ecosystems: Discoveries of fundamental significance from agricultural settings.|
MATSON, P.A.., ROBERTSON, G.P..
|PAM-3-46-6||High levels of gene flow and genetically-based differentiation in life-history traits between local subpopulations of the perennial yellow bush lupine, Lupinus arboreus.|
KITTELSON, P.M.., MARON, J.L..
|PAM-3-59-10||Effect of tree species on nitrogen retention in the Catskill Mountains, NY: 15N Studies.|
TEMPLER, P.., LOVETT, G.., WEATHERS, K.., FINDLAY, S.., DAWSON, T..
|PAT-3-42-18||Effects of aphid feeding on expression of multiple defense response pathways in A. thaliana, and the role of mutants in resistance.|
MORAN, P.J.., THOMPSON, G.A..
|PAT-3-55-6||Incidence and spread of white pine blister rust: Implications for disease dynamics.|
MALONEY, P.E.., RIZZO, D.M..
|PAT-3-56-18||Behavioral interactions between intraguild predators: Implications for risk reduction and risk enhancement.|
|PAT-3-59-22||Belowground respiration rates in forests can be determined at whole-catchment scales using stream CO2 measurements.|
MULHOLLAND, P.J.., JONES, J.B.., SULLIVAN, A.B.., WILSON, K.B..
|PAT-3-59-97||Nitrogen and phosphorus cycling in relation to grazing and land use in subtropical rangelands.|
|PAT-3-61-3||The impact of spiders and carabid beetles on the abundance of insect pests and potato yield.|
VICHITBANDHA, P.., WISE, D.H..
|PAT-3-73-2||Lead contamination and fluctuating asymmetry in Ozark stream fish.|
HERMAN, P.A.., BRUNKOW, P.E..
|PAT-3-82-31||Using a knowledge-based system for selection of regional conservation networks as a communication tool.|
BOURGERON, P.S.., HUMPHRIES, H.C.., REYNOLDS, K.M..
|PAT-3-83-15||Assessing representation of terrestrial ecological diversity among current and potential conservation lands in the Mojave Desert Ecoregion|
COMER, P.J.., DORFMAN, D.., CHOLVIN, B..
|PAU-3-13-4||Landscape ecology and its challenges to modern agriculture.|
|PAU-3-29-19||Growth in high light vs. survival in low light as a key tradeoff that determines shade tolerance: A test in a mesic forest in southeast Texas.|
LIN, J.., HARCOMBE, P.A.., HALL, R.W.., FULTON, M.R..
|PAU-3-30-6||Acclimation in respiration in white oak (Quercus Alba).|
BOLSTAD, P.V.., REICH, P.B..
|PAU-3-32-11||Partitioning of soil water among tree species in a Brazilian Cerrado ecosystem.|
JACKSON, P.C.., MEINZER, F.C.., BUSTAMANTE, M.., GOLDSTEIN, G.., FRANCO, A.., RUNDEL, P.W.., CALDAS, L.., IGLER, E.., CAUSIN, F..
|PAU-3-329-181|| "...Absent Western ranching, what?"|
|PAU-3-33-19||Modeling plant competition for soil nutrients.|
|PAU-3-38-19||The role of sub-surface fissures on the establishment of an invasive woody shrub (Prosopis glandulosa) in grasslands.|
JURENA, P.N.., ARCHER, S..
|PAU-3-38-8||Landscape variation in overstory-understory relationships in a subtropical savanna/woodland ecosystem.|
BARNES, P.W.., ARCHER, S..
|PAU-3-4-6||Landuse impacts on Southern Appalachian ecosystems.|
BOLSTAD, P.V.., BENFIELD, E.F.., GRAGSON, T..
|PAU-3-40-37||Dynamics of spatial distribution of regenerating vegetation in a South Carolina pine forest ecosystem after disturbance.|
SELIN, S.J.., MOU, P.., JONES, R.H.., MITCHELL, R.J..
|PAU-3-46-14||Population genetic parameters vary latitudinally within species: Implications for variation in speciation and extinction rates.|
MARTIN, P.R.., MCKAY, J.K..
|PAU-3-48-33||Effects of exogenous N addition, mammalian exclusion, and detritivore diversity on decomposition in old fields.|
MAYER, P.., JORGENSEN, E.., WEST, A..
|PAU-3-61-9||Ecological and resource recovery approaches to reduce the environmental impact of aquaculture production.|
|PAU-3-62-2||Soils of Kennedy Space Center, Merritt Island, Florida: Baseline chemical and physical characteristics. |
SCHMALZER, P.A.., HENSLEY, M.A.., DUNLEVY, C.A..
|PAU-3-65-6||Topoclimatic models for complex terrain in the Rocky Mountains of Colorado.|
FU, P.., RICH, P..
|PAU-3-68-18||Seasonal effects of fire on microbiotic crusts in shortgrass steppe.|
FORD, P.L.., JOHNSON, G.V..
|PAU-3-68-37||Effects of fire and post-burn treatments on native and exotic vascular plant richness and cryptobiotic soils in Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument, Utah.|
EVANGELISTA, P.H.., OTSUKI, Y.., STOHLGREN, T.J..
|PAU-3-69-36||Effects of fire, grazing, and the presence of shrubs on desert grassland species of southern New Mexico.|
DREWA, P.B.., HAVSTAD, K.M..
|PAU-3-74-12||Effects of benthic grazers on epilithon C:P stoichiometry in boreal lakes. |
FROST, P.C.., ELSER, J.J.., TURNER, M.A..
|PAU-3-76-17||An indicator of potential stream wood contribution for riparian forests.|
RINGOLD*, P.L.., BOLLMAN, M.., VAN SICKLE, J.., BARKER, J.., WELTY, J..
|PAU-3-81-6||Arroyo toad terrestrial habitat preferences vary by sex and scale of analysis.|
GRIFFIN, P.C.., CASE, T.J..
|PAU-3-82-30||Maximum species richness extrapolated from samples: An accuracy assessment of current estimators.|
KLAWINSKI, P.., ZIMMERMAN, J.., THOMPSON, J..
|PAU-3-84-5||Effects of flooding on salamanders in southern Illinois.|
BRUNKOW, P.E.., BADASCH, J.L.., HERMAN, P.A..
|PAU-3-89-5||Relations between normalized difference vegetation index and productivity in the central Great Plains.|
WANG, J.., RICH, P.M..
|PED-3-56-27||Host selection among parasitoids of macrolepidoptera: A matter of host taxa, susceptibility or availability?|
BARBOSA, P.., CALDAS, A..
|PEG-3-54-8||Evidence of a mycorrhizal mechanism for the adaptation of Andropogon gerardii to high and low-nutrient prairies.|
SCHULTZ, P.A.., MILLER, R.M.., JASROW, J.D.., RIVETTA, C.V.., BEVER, J.D..
|PEN-3-59-31||Effects of irrigation and cultivation on soil carbon and nitrogen in northeastern Colorado.|
SINTON, P.J.., BURKE, I.C.., LAUENROTH, W.K..
|PER-3-91-3||Fitting population models with process noise and observation error.|
DE VALPINE, P.., HASTINGS, A..
|PET-3-13-5||Droughts, lakes and crop insurance: Ecological risk assessment using mud and math.|
LEAVITT, P.R.., RUSAK, J.A.., OLSON, O.G.., WUNSAM, S.., CHEN, G.., CHEN, M.., YOU, J.., ZHANG, L.., CUMMING, B..
|PET-3-32-19||Xylem cavitation thresholds and embolism repair in Hibiscus rosa assessed with independent techniques.|
MELCHER, P.J., MEINZER, F.C., GOLDSTEIN, G..
|PET-3-33-1||Hormonal control of resource sharing in the clonal plant, Fragaria chiloensis.|
ALPERT, P.., HOLZAPFEL, C.., BENSON, J.M..
|PET-3-33-9||Effects of a nitrogen and competition gradient on the growth of an exotic invasive annual and a slow-growing native perennial.|
LOWE, P.N.., LAUENROTH, W.K.., BURKE, I.C..
|PET-3-34-56||Comparison of biometric and eddy-covariance based estimates of annual Net Ecosystem Production in a northern hardwood forest ecosystem.|
CURTIS, P.S.., VOGEL, C.S.., PETER SCHMID, H.., SU, H.., BOVARD, B.D.., HARTLEY, A.E..
|PET-3-37-4||The influence of salinity and maternal environment on germination in Iris Hexagona.|
VAN ZANDT, P.A.., MOPPER, S..
|PET-3-4-15||Causes and consequences of variation in forest productivity and N cycling: From patch to region and seedling to ecosystem|
REICH, P.., TOBIN, M.., MACHADO, J.L.., WALTERS, M.., OLLINGER, S.., WYTHERS, K.., WEDIN, D..
|PET-3-46-17||Are male and female frogs equally choosy when selecting reproductive sites?--Experiments show females override calling males based on risks to offspring.|
|PET-3-48-1||Effects of grazing on the spatial heterogeneity of vegetation.|
ADLER, P.B.., RAFF, D.A.., LAUENROTH, W.K..
|PET-3-60-9||Erosion and the regeneration of nutrient supply on an old tropical landscape.|
VITOUSEK, P.M.., CHADWICK, O.A.., DERRY, L.., MATSON, P.A.., MECKING, E.., MONASTRA, V.M..
|PET-3-79-4||The importance of coupled variable recruitment and density dependence in the coexistence of coral reef fishes.|
CHESSON, P.., BYRNE, B.A..
|PET-3-8-11||Empirically based theory for ungulate conservation.|
|PET-3-87-14||Relationship between decadal anomalies in climate and model-estimated AET, NPP, total carbon, and net ecosystem carbon exchange, 1895-1993: Results from VEMAP Phase 2.|
THORNTON, P.E.., RUNNING, S.W.., MEMBERS, V..
|PET-3-92-17||Effects of mortality on competitive coexistence and coevolution.|
|PET-3-99-146||Microbial populations in Sphagnum and Carex peatlands under different levels of solar UV-B in southern South America.|
SEARLES, P.S.., KROPP, B.R.., FLINT, S.D.., CALDWELL, M.M..
|PHI-3-34-18||Initial plant productivity and species composition responses to lengthened inter-rainfall intervals in a grassland: Possible consequences of altered rainfall patterns.|
FAY, P.A.., BLAIR, J.M.., CARLISLE, J.D.., KNAPP, A.K.., LETT, M.S..
|PHI-3-34-19||Grassland responses to altered rainfall regimes: Mechanisms for productivity and species composition responses to increased inter-rainfall intervals.|
CARLISLE, J.D.., FAY, P.A.., KNAPP, A.K.., BLAIR, J.M..
|PHI-3-59-1||Changes in short- and long-term carbon storage following permafrost thaw in the boreal peatlands of Manitoba, Canada.|
CAMILL, P.., LYNCH, J.A.., CLARK, J.S.., ADAMS, J.B..
|PHI-3-66-13||Nitrous oxide production, methane oxidation, and soil carbon sequestration in intensive agriculture: Composite effects on the atmosphere's global warming potential.|
ROBERTSON, G.P.., PAUL, E.A.., HARWOOD, R.R..
|PHI-3-68-3||Cambial heat resistance in understory trees in Californian mixed conifer forests .|
VAN MANTGEM, P.., SCHWARTZ, M.W..
|PHY-3-67-4||Disturbance and succession in interior Alaskan white spruce forests .|
ADAMS, P.C.., VIERECK, L.A..
|PRE-3-48-24||Implications of within-host carbon uptake patterns on the distribution and performance of a cynipid gall-former.|
GALUSKY, P.., OTT, J.R..
|PRO-3-99-110||Known facts about the ecology of Myzus species in Iran in comparison to recent world investigations.|
|QIA-3-87-3||Modeling permafrost and carbon dynamics in an old black spruce ecosystem.|
ZHUANG, Q.., ROMANOVSKY, V.E.., CLEIN-CURLEY, J.S.., MCGUIRE, A.D.., MELILLO, J.M.., KICKLIGHTER, D.W.., WOFSY, S..
|RAC-3-64-35||Restoring habitat value of productive ricelands: Silver lining on the agricultural cloud, or the greenwashing of wetland destruction?|
|RAC-3-67-14||The role of fire, deer herbivory and canopy gaps on tree species composition in eastern deciduous forests: Implications for succession theory.|
COLLINS, R.J.., CARSON, W.P..
|RAF-3-67-21||Successional changes in a Mexican montane cloud forest (soil, vascular plants, non-vascular epiphytes and small mammals): Implications for management and conservation.|
DECASTILLO, R.F.., CRUZ, B.A.., MACíAS, A.B.., BRIONES, M.A.., CORDOVA, J.S.., HERNáNDEZ, V., VELáQUEZ, P.A.., RIVERA, R..
|RAG-3-38-15||Co-evolution in plant communities: Invaders interact differently with new neighbors than with old ones. |
CALLAWAY, R.M.., ASCHEHOUG, E.T..
|RAL-3-56-11||Morphological defenses against fish predation - A key factor for the success of an invading species? |
|RAL-3-89-20||Initialization and validation of global terrestrial ecosystem models using lidar remote sensing.|
DUBAYAH*, R.., HURTT, G.., DRAKE, J..
|RAM-3-19-9||Controls on ecosystem water use.|
OREN, R.., SCHäFER, K.V.R.., KATUL, G.G.., LIU, K.., SPERRY, J.S..
|RAM-3-90-3||Developing a biospheric forecast system.|
NEMANI, R.., RUNNING, S.., ROADS, J.., THORNTON, P.., WEISS, A.., VOTAVA, P..
|RAN-3-40-14||Understanding California annual grassland structure using a state-transition approach.|
JACKSON, R.D.., BARTOLOME, J.W..
|RAN-3-68-47||Modeling the spatial patterns of forest fuels in the Los Alamos region.|
BALICE, R.G.., KOCH, S.W.., YOOL, S.R..
|RAN-3-74-13||Spatial and temporal dynamics of zooplankton in a Kansas reservoir.|
BERNOT, R.J.., QUIST, M.C.., DODDS, W.K..
|RAP-3-51-18||The abundant center pattern of species' distributions: Dimension matters.|
SAGARIN, R.D.., GAINES, S.D..
|RAU-3-56-6||Comparisons among the arthropod community found at the leaf litter, aerial space under the canopy and on box elder Acer negundo saplings in a hardwood forest in Maryland.|
MEDINA, R.F.., BARBOSA, P..
|RAU-3-76-2||Long-term dynamics of riparian willow on the elk winter range of Rocky Mountain National Park (Colorado).|
PEINETTI, R.., COUGHENOUR, M.B.
|RAY-3-87-18||MC1 LAI and vegetation carbon output compared with its progenitor models and with new satellite LAI estimates.|
DRAPEK, R.J.., NEILSON, R.P.., BACHELET, D.., LENIHAN, J.M.., MEMBERS, V..
|REB-3-28-1||The Mock EIS: A problem-based learning activity.|
|REB-3-29-23||Leaf-level and whole-plant assimilation as predictors of tree seedling growth across a broad light gradient.|
|REB-3-35-22||Trends in community structure along the immigration-extinction gradient.|
|REB-3-39-16||Evaluation of extinction risk factors in American ginseng (Panax quinquefolium).|
ANDERSON, M.R.., LOEW, S.S..
|REB-3-44-2||The effects of nectar-robbing bumblebees on hummingbird-foraging behavior and pollen flow in Lpomopsis aggregata.|
|REB-3-65-43||Changes in the distribution and amount of late successional/old growth, hardwood and shrub cover types in the coast range of Oregon, 1939-1993.|
HESS, R.S.., SPIES, T.A..
|REB-3-66-27||The effects of global change on belowground carbon storage: Under elevated CO2, increased N-deposition does not lead to increased C storage in a California grassland.|
SHAW, M.R.., TORN, M.S.., FIELD, C.B.., RILLIG, M.., MOONEY, H.A..
|REB-3-66-6||Influence of atmospheric CO2 enrichment on soil methane consumption in a coniferous forest.|
PHILLIPS, R.L.., WHALEN, S.C.., SCHLESINGER, W.H..
|REB-3-69-6||Temporal dynamics of litter carbon and nutrients after hurricane disturbance in three tropical forests.|
OSTERTAG, R.., SCATENA, F.N.., SILVER, W.L..
|REB-3-82-4||Marine and estuarine habitat classification.|
REBECCA ALLEE, DRJ.., DAIL BROWN, D.., TOM HOURIGAN, D..
|REE-3-24-1||The promises and limitations of scientific approaches to conservation.|
|REG-3-21-7||Variability vs. convergence in the carnivorous plant-animal interface: Ecological and evolutionary consequences.|
|REI-3-2-1||The technology and sociology of information use in ecology.|
|REN-3-35-23||The effects of transient reductions in functional leaf area on stomatal conductance: Branch level experiments on young and old trees. |
BROOKS, J.R., BOND, B.J.., COULOMBE, R.., DOMEC, J.C.., HINCKLEY, T.M.., MCDOWEL, N.., PHILLIPS, N.., SCHULTE, P.J..
|REN-3-82-16||Monitoring and evaluation of natural protected areas in Mexico.|
|REU-3-74-20||Nearshore ecological properties associated with shoreline erosion processes in selected Great Lakes ecosystems.|
GOFORTH, R.R.., MEADOWS, G.A.., MICKELSON, D.M.., EDIL, T.B.., MACKEY, S.D.., GUY, JR., D.E..
|REY-3-35-44||Interaction balance in shrub clusters in a Mediterranean semi-arid ecosystem.|
LUQUE, M.T.., TIRADO, R.., PUGNAIRE, F.I..
|RIC-3-10-3||Genetic and evolutionary issues in large scale restoration efforts.|
|RIC-3-10-6||Restoring floodplain forest and annual grasslands by incorporating natural disturbance regimes at two sites in California. |
|RIC-3-23-6||Testing the moving target model of plant resistance.|
KARBAN, R.., THALER, J.S.., AGRAWAL, A.A..
|RIC-3-31-3||Global patterns of root turnover evaluated for vegetation, climatic, and physiological variables.|
GILL, R.A.., LORETI, J.., JACKSON, R.B..
|RIC-3-34-42||Interactive effects of temperature and atmospheric CO2 on nodulation and N2 fixation of black locust (Robinia pseudoacacia) and red alder (Alnus rubra) seedlings.|
|RIC-3-37-2||Estimating dormancy and survival of a rare herbaceous perennial using mark-recapture models.|
SHEFFERSON, R.P.., SANDERCOCK, B.K.., PROPER, J.., BEISSINGER, S.R..
|RIC-3-39-21||Growth rate as a function of diameter in tropical trees: Data from the BCI large forest plot.|
|RIC-3-39-5||Comparative ramet dynamics for clonal red seaweeds.|
|RIC-3-4-5||Lessons learned in applying a satellite-driven model (3-PGS) to map forest growth capacity across southwestern Oregon|
WARING, R.H.., COOPS, N.C.., LANDSBERG, J.J..
|RIC-3-40-18||Choosing the best similarity index when performing fuzzy set ordination on binary data.|
|RIC-3-41-5||Water level changes at Sun Lake in the upper peninsula of Michigan during the Holocene.|
BRUGAM, R.B.., CALLIS, M.S.., MORRIS, J..
|RIC-3-42-8||Insect herbivory alters competitive interactions in meadows in the French Alps.|
CORCKET, E.., CALLAWAY, R.M.., MICHALET, R..
|RIC-3-43-8||Consequences of enriched CO2 and O3 for forest insects.|
LINDROTH, R.L.., KOPPER, B.J.., AWMACK, C.S..
|RIC-3-48-19||The role of parasitoids in determining gall size and success of a host-specific cynipid.|
REYNOLDS, R.J.., OTT, J.R..
|RIC-3-51-26||Larval anti-predator response to fish in the salamander Desmognathus quadramaculatus.|
MILLER, J.R.., STIVEN, A.E..
|RIC-3-51-9||Impact of plant defenses on the population dynamics of Dendroctonus frontalis.|
HOFSTETTER, R.W.., LOMBARDERO, M.J.., AYRES, M.P.., LORIO, P.L..
|RIC-3-59-53||Soil C supply restricts soil N cycling in a 17 year old whole tree harvest|
COBB, R.C., MCLAUGHLIN, J.W.
|RIC-3-59-88||Overgrazing in grassland ecosystems: Effects on soil organic matter.|
CONANT, R.T.., PAUSTIAN, K..
|RIC-3-66-33||Intercomparison of global scale ecological models and field data.|
OLSON, R.J.., HIBBARD, K.., SCURLOCK, J.M.O.., JOHNSON, K.J..
|RIC-3-67-13||Patterns of below-ground microbial community development in primary succession: A study of recently deglaciated terrain in Alaska and New Zealand.|
BARDGETT, R.D.., WARDLE, D.A.., WALKER, L..
|RIC-3-69-3||Effects of treefalls and topography on species composition and diversity at different spatial scales in a NW Argentina neotropical montane forest.|
RICARDO GRAU, H..
|RIC-3-73-10||Nutrient dynamics in SW Alaskan Sockeye streams: What role do fish play? |
EDWARDS, R.., O'KEEFE, T..
|RIC-3-89-2||Accuracy of a computer-based tree canopy delineation.|
LANDENBERGER, R.E.., MCGRAW, J.B.., WARNER, T.A..
|RIC-3-99-111||Spatial models as an emerging foundation of road system ecology and a handle for transportation planning.|
|RIC-3-99-133||Nutrient fluxes model in a Mexican rain forest.|
LEóN-RICO, R.., PEREZ-CASTILLO, C.., ALVAREZ SANCHEZ, J..
|ROB-3-2-7||"La plus ca change..." Integrating ecology and evolutionary biology|
|ROB-3-23-5||Host plant heterogeneity, habitat persistence, and the evolution of phytophagous insect life-histories.|
|ROB-3-25-1||Genetic divergence and ecological specialization: Genes, markers and traits.|
|ROB-3-25-4||Ecological traits, allozymes and population size in Clarkia dudleyana.|
|ROB-3-29-26||Effects of light and nitrogen availability on the growth, photosynthetic performance and resource use of regenerating tree species in New England forest ecosystems.|
HARRINGTON, R.A.., FOWNES, J.H..
|ROB-3-30-33||Stomatal conductance and photosynthesis are directly related to stem hydraulic conductivity in ponderosa pine seedlings.|
HUBBARD, R.M.., STILLER, V.., SPERRY, J.S.., RYAN, M.G..
|ROB-3-31-1||Demographic plasticity of plant roots in high- and low-fertility soil environments.|
CAIN, R.O.., BLISS, K.M.., JONES, R.H..
|ROB-3-31-14||A carbon model of Atlantic white cedar swamps.|
|ROB-3-32-5||Seasonal trends in predawn xylem water potential of two co-occurring species on the Southern Edwards Plateau.|
WAYNE, E.R.., VAN AUKEN, O.W..
|ROB-3-38-16||Differentiation in 15N uptake and the organization of an arctic tundra plant community.|
MCKANE, R.., JOHNSON, L.., SHAVER, G.., NADELHOFFER, K.., RASTETTER, E.., GIBLIN, A.., FRY, B.., KIELLAND, K..
|ROB-3-38-28||Detecting and measuring plant competition: An analytical perspective.|
FRECKLETON, R.., WATKINSON, A.R.
|ROB-3-40-19||Relationships among woodland vegetation and land-use history, Cape Cod National Seashore, MA.|
EBERHARDT, R.W.., FOSTER, D.R.., MOTZKIN, G.., HARROD, J.., HALL, B..
|ROB-3-41-17||Testate amoebae as wetland paleoenvironmental indicators: A modern study of testate amoeba assemblages in Lake Superior coastal wetlands.|
BOOTH, R.K.., SCHOLL, S.J.., JACKSON, S.T..
|ROB-3-43-13||Resistance of F2 and backcross willow hybrids to herbivores.|
FRITZ, R.S.., HOCHWENDER, C.G..
|ROB-3-48-16||The role of spatial autocorrelation in the detection and interpretation of patterns of tree seed and seedling predation by rodents in old-fields.|
|ROB-3-48-38||Relating organic matter flow with experimentally measured interaction strength between two benthic grazers and algae.|
|ROB-3-5-3||Can biodiversity be conserved through human development?|
|ROB-3-51-11||Spatial patterns of population regulation and population viability in sage grouse (Centrocercus urophasianus spp.).|
IRVINE, R.L.., LAMONTAGNE, J.M.., LOGAN, T.B.., MA, B.O.., ELKIN, C.M.., CRONE, E.E..
|ROB-3-51-30||Expansion of breeding Bewick's Wrens into riparian forests of the middle Rio Grande: The role of forest succession.|
|ROB-3-56-4||A test of elemental defense at the third trophic level.|
BOYD, R.S.., WALL, M.A..
|ROB-3-59-49||Separation of soil respiration using natural 13C composition and native C3 and C4 plants in a longleaf pine-wiregrass ecosystem.|
MITCHELL, R.J.., WILLIAMS, D.., WILSON, C.A..
|ROB-3-59-99||Adsorption of soluble organic nutrients along a primary successional chronosequence in the Mt. Shasta mudflows. |
QUALLS, R.G.., BRIDGHAM, S.D.., TYLER, S.W.., MILLER, W.W.., USELMAN, S.M..
|ROB-3-611-204||EPA's role in environmental justice.|
|ROB-3-63-4||Pine and non-pine root responses to a gradient of aboveground gap sizes in a pine savanna.|
JONES, R.H.., STEVENS, G.L.., PECOT, S.D.., MITCHELL, R.J..
|ROB-3-64-37||Restoration of Hawaiian dry forests.|
CABIN, R.J., WELLER, S.G., LORENCE, D.H., CORDELL, S.., HADWAY, L.J.
|ROB-3-65-17||A habitat specialist in a naturally fragmented landscape: Thresholds and constraints.|
SCHOOLEY, R.L.., WIENS, J.A..
|ROB-3-65-29||How does a sagebrush steppe landscape's composition and pattern respond to grazing, fire, and climate change?|
WASHINGTON-ALLEN, R.A.., WEST, N.E.., RAMSEY, R.D.., HUNSAKER, C.T..
|ROB-3-65-8||Forest understory spatial patterning in old-growth and managed northern hardwood forests in Wisconsin and Michigan.|
SCHELLER, R.M.., MLADENOFF, D.J..
|ROB-3-66-11||Global change impacts on northern U.S. forests.|
MICKLER, R.A.., BIRDSEY, R.A.., HOM, J..
|ROB-3-68-22||Influence of prescribed fire on spider and carabid beetle communities in southwestern Oregon.|
PECK, R.W.., NIWA, C.G..
|ROB-3-69-55||Sugar maple mortality on the Allegheny National Forest from 1990-1999 in relation to management and defoliation.|
LONG, R.P.., OMER, J.., WHITE, R..
|ROB-3-72-10||Fish communities and human disturbance in the Albemarle-Pamlico basin of North Carolina and Virginia.|
|ROB-3-72-13||Individuality in habitat selection by stream-resident cutthroat trout.|
HILDERBRAND, R.H.., KERSHNER, J.L..
|ROB-3-75-12||The role of seasonal hydrology in the dynamics of fish communities inhabiting karstic wetlands of the florida everglades.|
KOBZA, R.M.., TREXLER, J.C..
|ROB-3-75-4||Estimating mangrove harvest rates.|
HAUFF, R.D.., EWEL, K.C..
|ROB-3-80-9||Controls on macrophyte production and abundance in estuaries: Interaction between physical stress and resource competition.|
DAOUST, R.J.., MORRIS, J.T.., NIETCH, C.T..
|ROB-3-82-34||Rates of species accumulation of mobile organisms: An adaptive procedure for directing allocation of sampling effort.|
FERNAU, R.F.., WILLITS, N.H..
|ROB-3-85-1||A global survey of tropical biological field stations.|
LILIEHOLM, R.J.., WHITESELL, S.., SHARIK, T.L..
|ROB-3-89-15||Primary and secondary controls on measurements of forest height using large-footprint lidar at the Hubbard Brook LTER.|
KNOX, R.G.., BAIR, J.B.., SCHWARZ, P.A.., HOFTON, M.A.., DUBAYAH, R..
|ROB-3-99-128||Does the biosphere's history show phases of a lengthening food chain?|
|ROD-3-18-9||Land use patterns in tropical ecosystems and consequences for biodiversity, ecosystem structure and function.|
|ROG-3-42-15||Impact of white-tailed deer foraging on prairie forbs.|
NELSON, D.L.., ANDERSON, R.C..
|ROG-3-64-41||Late summer irrigation effects on recovery of native sagebrush steppe vegetation and establishment of a crested wheatgrass seeding in areas burned by wildfire.|
|ROL-3-26-6||Predictive, state-based dynamic modeling as an approach for decision making in individual-based models.|
|ROM-3-92-2||On the shape of species richness xurves: Area, latitude, disturbance, and productivity.|
|RON-3-17-1||Potential impacts of global warming on U.S. ecosystems.|
NEILSON, R.P.., BACHELET, D.., LENIHAN, J.M.., DRAPEK, R.J..
|RON-3-19-5||Hydraulic lift and uptake of water and nutrients.|
RYEL, R.J.., CALDWELL, M.M..
|RON-3-30-7||Physiological adaptations of nine coniferous species of the northern Rocky Mountains to environmental change.|
|RON-3-32-44||Water source use of a riparian tallgrass, big sacaton (Sporobolus wrightii), along a gradient of depth to groundwater and rainfall regime in southeastern Arizona USA.|
TILLER, R.L.., SNYDER, K.A.., WILLIAMS, D.G.., STROMBERG, J.C..
|RON-3-42-44||Seedling establishment in a tropical maritime forest: The relative role of crab herbivory on seedling growth and survival.|
LINDQUIST, E.S.., CARROLL, C.R..
|RON-3-59-75||Global patterns of the isotopic composition of soil nitrogen.|
AMUNDSON, R.., BRENNER, D.., BAISDEN, W.T.., MILLER, A.., KENDALL, C..
|RON-3-99-114||Quantitative movement kinetics of workers and food among mounds of polygyne fire ants: Solenopsis invicta (Hymenoptera: Formicidae).|
WEEKS, JR., R.D.., WILSON, L.T.., VINSON, S.B.., JOHNSTON, J.S.., WU, X..
|ROS-3-54-14||Variation in the response of Lewis flax to arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi.|
PENDLETON, R.L.., PENDLETON, B.K.., WARREN, S.D.., HOWARD, G.L..
|ROS-3-59-108||Nitrogen dynamics of gopher mounds and intermounds in a California annual grassland.|
CANALS, R.M.., HERMAN, D.J.., FIRESTONE, M.K..
|ROS-3-71-10||The potamoplankton conundrum: Searching for regulatory factors in an advective reservoir.|
BLACK, A.R.., COOPER, M.R..
|ROW-3-99-143||Microsite characteristics of the C4 grass, Muhlenbergia richardsonis, in the alpine zone of the White Mountains, California.|
SAGE, R.F.., SAGE, T.L..
|ROZ-3-18-5||Trajectories of agricultural intensification and consequences for non-agricultural ecosystems in Sonora, Mexico.|
NAYLOR, R.., BENNING, T.., MATSON, P.., ASNER, G.., ORTIZ-MONASTERIO, I..
|RUI-3-69-40||Soil responses to land-use change on Citlaltepetl Volcano, Mexico.|
RUIZ-FONT, A.., VILLERS-RUIZ, L.., ROJAS-VILORIA, M.A..
|RUS-3-59-14||Controls over carbon sequestration patterns in a high-elevation subalpine forest.|
MONSON, R.K.., TURNIPSEED, A.A.., SPARKS, J.P.., SCOTT DENTON, L.., HARLEY, P.C..
|RUS-3-7-9||Old tradition and new transition: urban ecology in China.|
WANG, R.S.., OUYANG, Z.Y.., HU, D..
|RUT-3-18-1||Effects of coarse scale land use change on primary production and climate.|
|RUT-3-58-24||Seasonal trends in microbial biomass and the microclimate of high elevation (3750m) unvegetated talus soils. |
LEY, R.E.., SCHMIDT, S.K..
|RUT-3-63-6||Distinguishing the effects of environmental stress and forest succession on changes in the forest floor.|
YANAI, R.D.., ARTHUR, M.A..
|RYA-3-64-42||Nitrogen immobilization for the restoration of cheatgrass, Bromus tectorum, infested rangelands.|
LUSTER, R.A.., SCHUPP, E.W..
|SAA-3-29-16||Effects of light and fertilizer addition on the invasive shrub Clidemia hirta (Melastomataceae).|
DEWALT, S.J.., ICKES, K..
|SAC-3-35-15||Seed dormancy/germination traits of Polygonum species and their implication in soil seed bank strategy.|
ARAKI*, S.., WASHITANI, I..
|SAL-3-324-176||Patterns of plant species abundance and physical conditions in salt marshes and mud flats invaded by the non-native cordgrass, Spartina anglica, in Puget Sound, WA, USA.|
HACKER, S.D.., HELLQUIST, C.E.., DETHIER, M.N..
|SAL-3-43-5||Host plant influence on movement patterns and the subsequent distribution of Lygus rugulipennis (Heteroptera: Miridae) nymphs.|
HANNUNEN, S.., EKBOM, B..
|SAL-3-82-33||Patterns of fluctuating asymmetry and genetic diversity across the distribution range: A focus on ecotones.|
KARK, S.., SAFRIEL, U.N.., NOY-MEIR, I.., RANDI, E..
|SAM-3-33-27||Mechanisms and implications of herbivory-induced decrease in litter C/N ratio in pinyon pine. |
CHAPMAN, S.K.., KOCH, G.W.., COBB, N.S..
|SAM-3-78-1||Assessing the individual and population level effects of a disturbance using a dynamic state variable model.|
|SAN-3-15-7||Nitrogen transfer from stream to riparian foodwebs: Results from eight 15N tracer experiments.|
SANZONE*, D.M.., MEYER, J.L.., TANK, J.L.., MULHOLLAND, P.J.., GRIMM, N.B.., GREGORY, S.V.., MCDOWELL, W.H.., BOWDEN, W.B.., DODDS, W.K..
|SAN-3-4-9||Mediterranean landscape dynamics under alternative land use change scenarios.|
LAVOREL, S.., DAVIES, I.D.., NOBLE, I.R..
|SAN-3-419-188||Fish, mammals, or light?: Disperser-limited versus resource limited distribution of a riparian fig tree in a Costa Rican tropical rainforest.|
BANACK, S.A.., HORN, M.., GAWLICKA, A..
|SAN-3-56-37||The effect of starvation, predator presence and time of day on aggregation and other risky behaviors in a Chironomid midge.|
WARREN, C.T.., ADAMS, N.., NICHOLAS, E.., WOOSTER, D.E.., DEBANO, S.J..
|SAN-3-56-38||The influence of hunger level and fish cues on microhabitat Selection and tube-building by larval midges.|
MARTINEZ, L.., TINNEY, D.N.., WOOSTER, D.E.., DEBANO, S.J..
|SAN-3-68-15||Duff moisture dynamics and duff consumption by fire in the Canadian boreal forest.|
VO, S.T.K.., MIYANISHI, K.., JOHNSON, E.A..
|SAN-3-74-19||Seston food quality and zooplankton dynamics in Lake Berryessa, a large reservoir in California.|
PARK, S.., BRETT, M.T.., MUELLER-NAVARRA, D.C.., CHANDRA, S.., MUELLER-SOLGER, A.., GOLDMAN, C.R..
|SAR-3-17-5||Potential changes in the distributions of tree and shrub taxa in western North America under future climate scenarios.|
SHAFER, S.L.., BARTLEIN, P.J.., THOMPSON, R.S..
|SAR-3-28-32||The plants and animals like us: Anthropomorphism as a tool for communicating ecological ideas.|
|SAR-3-33-20||Seasonal differences in plant organic nitrogen uptake in a boreal peat bog.|
GLASER, S.., JOHNSON, L.C.., DAMMAN, A.W.H.., STORK, B..
|SAR-3-39-22||Image analysis in neighborhood studies of plant competition over time: Test of methods in populations of a small winter annual, Draba (Erophila)verna L.|
EMERY, S.M.., MULROY, J.C..
|SAR-3-44-11||Exotic plant species and native pollinators: Implications for native biodiversity.|
SIMONSON, S.., CHONG, G.W.., STOHLGREN, T.J..
|SAR-3-46-10||Functional-morphological trade-offs in an African Cyprinid: Implications for faunal diversification.|
SCHAACK, S.., CHAPMAN, L.J..
|SAR-3-54-13||Effect of native mycorrhizal fungi on ecophysiology of an invasive shrub, Ardisia crenata..|
BRAY, S.R.., KITAJIMA, K.., SYLVIA, D.M..
|SAR-3-59-19||The relative role of water and nitrogen in regulating productivity in tallgrass prairie.|
BEHRENS, S.L.., HARPER, S.., JOHNSON, L.., KOELLIKER, J.., BENNETT, T.., KNAPP, A..
|SAR-3-64-1|| Experimental removal of invasive Acer platanoides seedlings and canopy trees: Responses of native Acer saccharum and invasive Acer platanoides seedling banks. |
PENDERGAST IV, T.H.., DWYER, M.E.., PASSAFARO, S.R.., WEBB, S.L..
|SAR-3-65-26||Reconaissance satellite photos show the recent history of shrub recruitment and survival in desert grasslands.|
GOSLEE, S.., PETERS, D.., HAVSTAD, K.., SCHLESINGER, W..
|SAU-3-83-2||Depressed pollination in habitat fragments causes low fruit set.|
|SCH-3-32-37||Determinants of rooting depth in water-limited ecosystems of the temperate zone.|
SCHENK, H.J.., JACKSON, R.B..
|SCH-3-99-170||Microevolution of physiological traits in natural populations.|
SCHMITT, J.., GEBER, M.A..
|SCO-3-16-6||Predicting and interpreting post-invasion evolution.|
CARROLL, S.., DINGLE, H..
|SCO-3-35-28||Family effects on leaf area predictive equations for Pinus taeda.|
ROBERTS, S.D.., DEAN, T.J..
|SCO-3-4-3||Modeling the response of regional fire regimes to a warming climate in Alaska: Towards an understanding of the affects of vegetation pattern and land use.|
RUPP, T.S.., STARFIELD, A.M.., CHAPINIII, F.S..
|SCO-3-52-61||Positive effect of predators on prey via induced reduction in prey foraging rate.|
|SCO-3-60-2||A reanalysis of nutrient dynamics in coarse woody debris.|
HOLUB, S.M.., SPEARS, J.D.H..
|SCO-3-612-212||How to know when you know you don't know: Survey reliability when observability varies.|
FIELD, S.A.., TYRE, A.J.., POSSINGHAM, H.P..
|SCO-3-65-44||Landscape patterns of overland flow in a semi-arid biome transition zone.|
|SCO-3-67-20||Spatial- temporal factors and their influence on subsequent tree species recruitment in secondary terre firme forests of Central Amazonia.|
BERGEN, S.., HONZAK, M.., BRADSHAW, G..
|SCO-3-67-23||Exotic species invasions over forty years of old field succession.|
MEINERS, S.J.., CADENASSO, M.L.., PICKETT, S.T.A..
|SCO-3-75-7||Channelization effects on floodplain nutrient levels.|
FRANKLIN, S.B.., PEZESHKI, S.R.., VAN GESTEL, N.C.G.., ELCAN, M.., KUPFER, J.A..
|SCO-3-93-2||Effects of canopy removal on local and regional patterns of distribution and abundance.|
COLLINS, S.L.., GLENN, S.M..
|SEA-3-59-16||Nitrogen dynamics in arid ecosystems in response to carbon and nitrogen addition.|
SCHAEFFER, S.M.., BILLINGS, S.A.., EVANS, R.D..
|SEA-3-64-13||The effects of donor soil and organic amendments on microbial community dynamics in wetland mitigation at the Fernald Environmental Management Project, Hamilton County, Ohio.|
SNYDER, S.R.., BOYLE, S.I.., FRIESE, C.F..
|SEA-3-75-2||Plant-soil interactions and redox processes in a Micronesian mangrove forest.|
GLEASON, S.M.., EWEL, K.C.., HUE, N.V..
|SEB-3-34-44||Nitrogen deposition influences regeneration of coniferous and broad-leaved tree species in contrasting stand types.|
CATOVSKY, S.., BAZZAZ, F.A..
|SEB-3-35-24||Seasonal variations in LAI, NDVI, and biomass on four tundra vegetation types at Ivotuk, Alaska.|
RIEDEL, S.M.., EPSTEIN, H.E.., WALKER, D.A.., RICHARDSON, D.L.., CALEF, M.P..
|SEB-3-514-202||Effects of enrichment on a 3-level food chain with omnivory.|
DIEHL, S.., FEISSEL, M..
|SER-3-39-2||Differences in life history and local adaptation in populations of Hordeum spontaneum.|
VOLIS, S.., MENDLINGER, S.., WARD, D..
|SER-3-59-100||Fungal translocation as a mechanism of external nitrogen inputs to decomposing surface residues in a no-tillage agroecosystem.|
FREY, S.D.., SIX, J.., ELLIOTT, E.T.., PAUSTIAN, K..
|SER-3-92-8||Dynamics of diversification in a metapopulation.|
|SET-3-37-21||Influence of soil properties on growth of saplings in upland oak-maple-beech forest in NW Connecticut.|
BIGELOW, S.W.., CANHAM, C.D..
|SET-3-69-48||The impact and persistence of sediment pollution from construction sites on stream community structure.|
|SHA-3-21-9||Resource allocation by carnivorous plants.|
|SHA-3-28-23||Using environmental stewardship to foster interdisciplinary student collaboration in ecology.|
|SHA-3-32-45||Water-use patterns of the invasive exotic Schinus terebinthifolius contrasted with native plant species in Everglades National Park.|
EWE, S.M.L.., DA STERNBERG, L.S.L..
|SHA-3-34-20||Reproductive response of Pinus taeda in a Free-Air Carbon Dioxide Enrichment experiment.|
LADEAU, S.L.., CLARK, J.S.., IBANEZ, I..
|SHA-3-36-3||Recalcitrant behavior of cherrybark oak seed.|
SOWA, S.., CONNOR, K.F..
|SHA-3-40-56||Differences in carbon isotope values between above and belowground plant material for 15 semidesert grassland species.|
BIEDENBENDER, S.H.., MCCLARAN, M.P.., QUADE, J.., WELTZ, M.A..
|SHA-3-42-10||The roles of herbivory and other environmental factors on a flower color polymorphism.|
|SHA-3-42-30|| Grass-shrub competition, water and grubs: How important is root herbivory on the nether world of competition?|
BRUMBAUGH, M.S.., JACKSON, R.B..
|SHA-3-44-9||Pollination of Bombax ceiba by bats, birds and bees.|
|SHA-3-51-4||Influence of life history strategies on bird population responses to stress.|
SABLE, S.E.., ROSE, K.A.., AUGUSTINE, J.E..
|SHA-3-52-21||Effects of straw management and winter flooding on aquatic food web structure in a rice agroecosystem.|
LAWLER, S.P.., DRITZ, D.A..
|SHA-3-59-102||Humification rate of decomposing litter grown under ambient and elevated CO2 conditions.|
USELMAN, S.M.., QUALLS, R.G..
|SHA-3-59-105||Response of soil nitrogen dynamics to elevated CO2 in a Mojave Desert ecosystem.|
BILLINGS, S.A.., SCHAEFFER, S.M.., EVANS, R.D..
|SHA-3-76-4||Riparian zone seedling establishment, dynamics, and the influence of Rhododendron maximum.|
TAYLOR, S.F.., KLOEPPEL, B.D.., COLEMAN, D.C.., BECKAGE, B.., YEAKLEY, J.A..
|SHA-3-92-5||Adaptive feeding across environmental gradients.|
RICHARDS, S.A.., WILSON, W.G..
|SHE-3-15-2||Terrestrial-aquatic linkages in a Pacific Northwest old-growth forest: Results from an aquatic 15N tracer study.|
JOHNSON*, S.L.., ASHKENAS, L.R.., GREGORY, S.V..
|SHE-3-41-21||A high-resolution record of ENSO variability, vegetation, and fire history over the past millennium in a monsoon forest, East Java.|
|SHE-3-44-6||California mainland vs. Channel Island pollination of Nicotiana glauca (Solanaceae): An invasive hummingbird-pollinated plant .|
|SHE-3-59-42||SOM dynamics and afforestation: Species affects and implications for global change. |
MORRIS, S.J.., HAILE-MARIAM, S.., BOHM, S.., SIX, J.., PAUSTIAN, K.., ELLIOTT, E.T.., GREGORICH, E.., PAUL, E.A..
|SHI-3-34-43||Warming and clipping effects on tallgrass prairie: A preliminary study and its implication for global change.|
WAN, S.., LUO, Y.., WALLACE, L.L.., FARBER, L.., KORES, P.., KRUMHOLZ, L.R.., HOEFNAGELS, M..
|SIG-3-59-45||Nitrogen-fixing tropical trees sequester soil carbon.|
RESH, S.C.., BINKLEY, D..
|SIM-3-52-28||Local and regional scale determinants of lizard species diversity patterns.|
|SIY-3-58-28||Soil respiration rate (SRR) among patches of a heterogeneous mixed-conifer forest in a Mediterranean climate.|
MA, S.., CHEN, J.., NORTH, M.., JURGENSEN, M..
|SKO-3-514-201||Measurement accuracies for continental scale and multi-date remote sensing of land use and cover change.|
SKOLE, D.L.., CHOMENTOWSKI, W.H.., SALAS, W.A..
|SOB-3-99-101||Relation of water transport to leaf gas exchange properties in three mangrove species|
|SON-3-68-1||Fire behavior and impact of fire on tree juvenile growth and mortality in a dry deciduous forest of central India.|
|SPE-3-52-16||Stoichiometric gradients influence community composition of consumers.|
|STA-3-54-6||Mutualism gone awry? Asexual endophytic fungi in native grasses.|
FAETH, S.H.., SULLIVAN, T.J..
|STA-3-64-22||Evaluation of surface mine reforestation in south-central West Virginia . |
|STE-3-18-3||Woody encroachment in grasslands and savannas: Ecosystem consequences.|
ARCHER, S.R.., BOUTTON, T.W.., HIBBARD, K.A..
|STE-3-21-5||Why be a carnivorous plant?: The importance of life history and plasticity in changing environments.|
|STE-3-26-1||Concepts from complex adaptive systems as a framework for individual-based modeling.|
|STE-3-26-2||Modeling movement, perception, and memory of cowbirds at the landscape scale.|
HARPER, S.J.., WESTERVELT, J.D.., SHAPIRO, A..
|STE-3-28-28||K-12 environmental science education on the US-Mexican Border.|
BESTELMEYER, S.., HYDER, P.., FREDRICKSON, E.., HAVSTAD, K.., HERRICK, J.., HUENNEKE, L.., ATCHLEY, J..
|STE-3-29-25||Plants grown in shade are sensitive to even low levels of ultraviolet-B radiation.|
FLINT, S.D.., CALDWELL, M.M..
|STE-3-32-26||Leaf dynamics of longleaf pine (Pinus palustris) stands across an environmental gradient.|
MCCONVILLE, D.J.., SHEFFIELD, M.P.., JACK, S.B.., MITCHELL, R.J..
|STE-3-34-70||A field test of the effect of climate change on Poa sandbergii.|
LINK, S.O.., BOLTON, JR., H.., SMITH, J.L..
|STE-3-34-72||Litter accumulation beneath Mojave Desert shrubs exposed to predicted 21st century atmospheric CO2 levels using Free Air CO2 Enrichment (FACE).|
STEPHEN, Z.F.., COLEMAN, J.., NOWAK, R.., SEEMANN, J., SMITH, S.D..
|STE-3-35-17||Do annual brome grasses impact plant biomass in a mixed grass prairie ecosystem?|
OGLE, S.M.., REINERS, W.A..
|STE-3-35-32||Do lianas mask the effects of treefall gaps in a tropical forest: An experimental test.|
SCHNITZER, S.A.., CARSON, W.P..
|STE-3-35-34||Host tree specificity of epiphytic bromeliads on trees in tropical experimental plots, La Selva, Costa Rica.|
RENTMEESTER, S.., NADKARNI, N.., EWEL, J..
|STE-3-37-15||Rates and dynamics of Utah Juniper (Juniperus osteosperma) invasion in arid shrublands.|
GRAY, S.T.., JACKSON, S.., BETANCOURT, J..
|STE-3-4-8||Evaluating heterogeneity of ecosystem processes at global scales.|
|STE-3-40-24||Effects of site preparation and vegetation control on the plant community and successional dynamics of a managed pine plantation.|
JEFFRIES, S.B.., WENTWORTH, T.R.., ALLEN, H.L..
|STE-3-40-53||The extent and composition of conifer invasion of aspen dominated sites on the San Francisco Peaks of Arizona in relation to variations in slope, elevation, and aspect.|
WATHEN, S.., MEMBERS OF ECOLOGY GRADUATE GROUP, .
|STE-3-41-16||Late Quaternary vegetation history of the Flaming Gorge region, Utah/Wyoming.|
JACKSON, S.T.., BETANCOURT, J.L.., LYFORD, M.E.., GRAY, S.T..
|STE-3-43-11||Effects of soil nutrient and water interactions on the growth and chemistry of the silky willow (Salix sericea), and performance of a leaf beetle herbivore (Plagiodera versicolora).|
LOWER, S.S.., ORIANS, C.M..
|STE-3-45-2||Coastal dune perennials facilitate seed accumulation: Results of a seedbank study.|
FRANKS, S.J.., PETERSON, C.J..
|STE-3-48-12||Turning the tides: Gall-insects benefit from plant defense biochemistry.|
ALLISON, S.D.., SCHULTZ, J.C..
|STE-3-48-15||What is the role of herbivores in relationships between plant population size and reproduction?|
HENDRIX, S.D.., LEWIS, C.K..
|STE-3-50-8||The effect of habitat and behavior on burrow structure of two species of pocket gopher.|
ROMAñACH, S.., SEABLOOM, E.., REICHMAN, O.J..
|STE-3-51-29||Sex-biased dispersal affects source-sink dynamics of a parrot metapopulation.|
BEISSINGER, S.R.., SANDERCOCK, B.K..
|STE-3-52-37||Indirect effects of competition: Increased vulnerability to predators.|
KOHLER, S.L.., HINZ, JR., L.C.., WILEY, M.J..
|STE-3-57-9||Microbial functional diversity in an arid ecosystem: Patterns and controls.|
COX, S.B.., SOBEK, E.., ZAK, J.C.., DOBRANIC, J..
|STE-3-58-8||Simulation of the response of soil biota, carbon and nitrogen to regeneration treatments in temperate forest ecosystems.|
MADSON, S.L.., CABRERA, M.L.., COLEMAN, D.C..
|STE-3-59-112|| Net carbon exchange from a tropical wet forest.|
OBERBAUER, S.F.., LOESCHER, H.W.., CLARK, D.B.., CLARK, D.A..
|STE-3-60-11||Biotic control of calcium decline in forest soils.|
HAMBURG, S.P.., YANAI, R.D.., ARTHUR, M.A..
|STE-3-63-24||The regulation of nitrate loss from unpolluted, old-growth temperate forests: Region-wide patterns from southern Chile.|
PERAKIS, S.S.., HEDIN, L.O..
|STE-3-63-34||Ecological restoration alters decomposition and nutrient release from ponderosa pine needle litter.|
|STE-3-65-28||Topographic distribution of forest litter invertebrate biomass.|
SEAGLE, S.W.., STURTEVANT, B.R.., WINNER, S..
|STE-3-68-2||Effects of above- and below-ground fire on soil properties and cattail growth potential in a northern Everglades marsh.|
SMITH, S.M.., NEWMAN, S.., LEEDS, J.A.., GARRETT, P.B..
|STE-3-68-32||Effects of fire practices on neotropical migrant, forest-obligate bird species in Holly Springs National Forest, MS USA.|
AQUILANI, S.M.., BREWER, J.S..
|STE-3-69-4||Effects of omnivorous fish on the stability of aquatic food webs.|
VANNI, M.J.., HARPER, S.J..
|STE-3-71-3||Invasion biology of Asian tiger mosquito, Aedes albopictus: Competitive effects on a resident species at multiple sites in Florida.|
JULIANO, S.A.., LOUNIBOS, L.P.., O'MEARA, G.F..
|STE-3-71-7||Revelations on the structure of Bosmina populations in Lake Kinneret, Israel.|
SCHWARTZ, S.S.., HAMBRIGHT, K.D..
|STE-3-76-13||River regulation influences beaver herbivory.|
BRECK, S.W.., WILSON, K.R.., ANDERSEN, D.C..
|STE-3-76-15||Spatial and temporal aspects of water use across the riparian-upalnd gradient in a southern African savanna landscape.|
INNIS, S.A.., ROGERS, K.H.., NAIMAN, R.J..
|STE-3-87-6||The invasion of the solanaceous fruit fly on the island of Maui: An example of an invasion cascade.|
|STE-3-89-22||The relationship between seasonal changes in canopy reflectance and phenology in two tropical forests in Panama.|
BOHLMAN, S.., WEEKS, R.., SMITH, M..
|STE-3-99-142||Effects of changes in land-use/land-cover and moisture levels on connectivity: Modeling characteristic habitat scales from the perspective of the organism.|
|STO-3-99-150||Biogeochemistry of a treeline watershed.|
|STU-3-1-3||Creative thinking in ecology.|
|STU-3-4-4||Effects of landscape structure and heterogeneity on terrestrial feedbacks to regional climate.|
CHAPINIII, F.S.., CHAMBERS, S.., BERINGER, J.., DISSING, D.., VERBYLA, D.., LYNCH, A.., MCGUIRE, A.D..
|STU-3-56-23||Relationship between consumption and growth in selected fishes of the NW Atlantic: Insight from a long-term bottom-trawl database.|
WHIPPLE, S.J.., LINK, J.S.., GARRISON, L.P..
|SUJ-3-59-90||Dynamics of organic carbon and nitrogen in streams draining undisturbed watersheds in the Colorado Rockies.|
KAUSHAL, S.., LEWIS, JR., W.M..
|SUM-3-44-8||Pollination ecology of claret-cup cactus across a latitude gradient: Effects of pollinator variation on floral characters.|
SCOBELL, S.A.., SCOTT, P.E.., LANGE, R.S..
|SUN-3-7-4||Traditional principles of land use as a basis of the urban landscape ecology and planning in Korea.|
SUN-KEE, H.., IN-JU, S..
|SUS-3-28-15||Chilipeppers, climate change, and Cobb Douglas functions: Innovations in ecological education.|
ALEXANDER, S.E.., DALTON, M.G..
|SUS-3-28-20||A digital site of pedagogical and interactive information to teach ecology developed through the ESA.|
MUSANTE, S.., D'AVANZO, C.., GRANT, B..
|SUS-3-32-2||Adaptations of desert plants to dynamic soil moisture conditions: An optimization result. |
SCHWINNING, S.., EHLERINGER, J.R..
|SUS-3-35-20||Influence of soil factors on old-field vegetation.|
MULLINS, S.J.., ENGLE, D.M.., JORGENSEN, E..
|SUS-3-36-12||Potential physiological efficiency of reproduction in native and alien plant species.|
|SUS-3-40-17||Disturbance "legacy" in forest communities.|
|SUS-3-46-7||Alligators, deer, and the evolutionary ecology of a native Louisiana iris.|
MOPPER, S.., CRINER, C.J.., HASENSTEIN, K.H.., MOUTON, E.., TOBLER, M.A.., WANG, Y.., VAN ZANDT, P.A..
|SUS-3-50-9||The effect of nectar variability and abundance on Broad-billed hummingbird foraging patterns.|
|SUS-3-61-8||Comparing microarthropod and soil quality indices in three agricultural watersheds.|
ANDREWS, S.S.., HANSEN, R.., KARLEN, D.L.., CAMBARDELLA, C.A.., MOORMAN, T..
|SUS-3-64-33||Comparative physiological ecology of native and alien dry forest seedlings: The effects of light, water and weeding.|
CORDELL, S.., CABIN, R.J.., WELLER, S.G.., LORENCE, D.H.., HADWAY, L.J..
|SUS-3-69-14||The northern pocket gopher (Thomomys talpoides) as an organizer of alpine ecosystem and plant community structure.|
SHERROD, S.K.., SEASTEDT, T.R..
|SUS-3-69-50||A new technique evaluating host suitability in Ophraella communa, an exotic natural enemy of hogweed.|
|SUS-3-73-5||Effects of streamflow variability on population and community dynamics of benthic invertebrates in Upper Bear Creek, Oak Ridge, Tennessee.|
HARRELL, S.M.., SMITH, J.G.., HUSTON, M.A..
|SUS-3-76-14||Linking avian communities, riparian vegetation, and geomorphology along a prairie river, USA.|
SKAGEN, S.K.., SCOTT, M.L.., MERIGLIANO, M.F..
|SUZ-3-37-17||Distribution and abundance of two wild, harvested species in the central Appalachians.|
SANDERS, S.M.., MCGRAW, J.B..
|SYN-3-63-33||Species and functional types affect ecosystem response to fertilization in arctic tundra.|
BRET-HARTE, M.S.., CHAPINIII, F.S.., WHORLEY, J.R.., GARCIA, E.A.., SACRE, V..
|TAD-3-45-5||Seed, cache and seedling shadows of an Australian tropical rainforest tree dispersed by white-tailed rats.|
|TAD-3-67-6||An experimentally-derived community assembly map.|
FUKAMI, T.., ZIMMERMANN, C.R.., MUTH, N.Z.., DRAKE, J.A..
|TAL-3-30-4||Within and among population variation in acclimation to light in white spruce.|
AWADA, T.., REDMANN, R.E..
|TAL-3-34-50||Contrasting response of an N-fixing and a non-fixing forb to elevated CO2 and nitrogen: Implications for grassland community response to rising CO2.|
LEE, T.D.., TJOELKER, M.G.., REICH, P.B..
|TAL-3-42-26||Climatic sensitivity of pinyon pine as a predictor of resistance to insect herbivory: An integration of dendrochronology and a long-term insect removal experiment.|
TROTTER III, R.T.., COBB, N.S.., WHITHAM, T.G..
|TAM-3-42-38||Above and below ground herbivory in purple loosestrife: Using gas exchange and biomass allocation to assess plant compensation and susceptibility to herbivores.|
HUNT, T.., BLOSSEY, B..
|TAM-3-64-27||Spotted knapweed impacts on soil water status and selected soil physical properties.|
SPERBER, T.D.., WRAITH, J.M..
|TAM-3-66-12||Functional response of rhizosphere microbial communities at the Duke and Oak Ridge FACE experiments.|
LONG, T.M.., SINSABAUGH, R.L..
|TAM-3-69-52||The influence of kangaroo rat mounds on species diversity and abundance in two grassland types at a semi-arid ecotone.|
KROEL-DULAY, G.., HOCHSTRASSER, T.., PETERS, D.P.C..
|TAM-3-69-53||Effects of shrubs and disturbances on pattern and process in Chihuahuan desert grasslands.|
HOCHSTRASSER, T.., PETERS, D.P.C..
|TAM-3-76-20||Riparian vegetation and stream habitat condition in a tropical agriculture and secondary forest mosaic .|
HEARTSILL-SCALLEY, T.., AIDE, T.M..
|TAM-3-93-7||Functional groupings of plants in florida scrub.|
FOSTER, T.E.., BROOKS, J.R..
|TAN-3-63-37||Complexity in ecosystem thermodynamics: Evidence from experiments on a small-scale vegetative system.|
HAVLICEK, T.D.., ALLEN, T.F.H.., NORMAN, J.M..
|TAN-3-69-27||The effects of fire frequency on initial successional patterns in Yellowstone National Park.|
SCHOENNAGEL, T.., TURNER, M.G.., ROMME, W.H..
|TAR-3-38-9||Effects of aboveground and belowground competition on diversity along a productivity gradient.|
RAJANIEMI, T.K.., ALLISON, V..
|TAR-3-65-13||A spatially realistic distributed model of fragmentation resulting from human disturbance in the mixedwood boreal forest of Saskatchewan.|
TCHIR, T.L.., JOHNSON, E.A..
|TAR-3-74-10||The relative importance of resource limitation and predator limitation on benthic algal communities in three lakes of varying productivity.|
|TAT-3-42-25||Herbivore mediated apparent competition between two host plants in a New England salt marsh.|
|TAY-3-65-5||The matrix matters: Effective isolation in fragmented landscapes.|
|TED-3-33-16||SIR microscopic visualization of legume root responses to low-phosphorus.|
RAAB, T.K.., MARTIN, M.C..
|TEN-3-69-32||Typhoon disturbance and dynamics of undercanopy light environments at a subtropical rain forest in Taiwan.|
LIN, T.., HAMBURG, S.P.., KING, H..
|TER-3-33-10||The role of soil amino acids in the structure and functioning of upland grassland swards in Great Britain.|
NETTLETON, T.K.., DAVIES, W.D.., RODWELL, J.S..
|TER-3-38-12||Vertical N distribution and light interception as a mechanism for direct competition between sedges and grasses.|
BROWN, T.N.., BOURDAGHS, M.., DEWEY, B.W.., JOHNSTON, C.A.., PASTOR, J..
|TER-3-38-2||Plant competition intensity along a soil depth gradient in an old field.|
KEOGH, T.M., KEDDY, P.A.
|TER-3-48-20||The recovery of species interactions during secondary succession.|
LOMáSCOLO, T.., MITCHELL AIDE, T..
|TER-3-69-7||Quantifying relative impacts from vehicles and other trampling vectors.|
|TER-3-99-119||Variation in nitrogen mineralization across forb and graminoid zones of a New England salt marsh.|
THEODOSE, T.A.., MARTIN, J.L..
|TER-3-99-152||Genetic variation of Neotyphodium in Arizona fescue.|
SULLIVAN, T.J.., FAETH, S.H..
|TES-3-93-4||El Niño impacts on rocky intertidal algae: A nutrient hypothesis.|
FREIDENBURG, T.L.., ALLISON, G.W.., MENGE, B.A..
|THE-3-66-22||The effects of elevated CO2 on insects at the Nevada Desert FACE Facility.|
CHARLET, T.N.., ZITZER, S.F.., SMITH, W.E.., SMITH, S.D..
|THE-3-73-16||The impacts of exotic salt cedar (Tamarix ramosissima) on organic matter dynamics in a desert spring stream.|
|THE-3-78-7||Community structure of southern African sandy beaches.|
DONN, JR., T.E.., MCLACHLAN, A.., DUTOIT, P.H..
|THO-3-12-3||The struggle to integrate science and policy at regional scales: Lessons from the Pacific Northwest.|
|THO-3-21-4||Evidence of evolution in bacterial populations from the pitcher plant Sarracenia purpurea: Is competition an important evolutionary force?|
MILLER, T.E.., KNEITEL, J.M..
|THO-3-29-15||Contrasting shade avoidance responses in two perennial grasses: A comparative field investigation in simulated sparse and dense canopies.|
MONACO, T.A.., BRISKE, D.D..
|THO-3-33-14||Simultaneous optimization of canopy nitrogen and water use.|
BUCKLEY, T.N.., MILLER, J.M.., FARQUHAR, G.D..
|THO-3-330-186||World view matters: Does the practice of science kill life?|
|THO-3-34-7||Physiological and morphological responses of three Nothofagus species to UV-B radiation resulting from Antarctic ozone depletion in Tierra del Fuego, southern South America.|
ROBSON, T.M.., CALDWELL, M.M.., ZALLER, J.G.., BALLARé, C.L.., SALA, O.E.., SCOPEL, A.L..
|THO-3-43-4||Interaction between fungal endophytes and environmental stressors influences plant resistance to insects.|
BULTMAN, T.L.., BELL, G.D..
|THO-3-46-8||Evolutionary consequences of skewed distributions of body size.|
|THO-3-52-10||The role of small mammal predation on nesting success of grassland nesting birds.|
|THO-3-52-44||Community persistence at different temporal intervals independent of spatial location.|
|THO-3-64-15||Effects of seeding depth and mowing on plant diversity and floristic quality in new tallgrass prairie reconstructions.|
MOELLER, S.H.., JURIK, T.W..
|THO-3-65-36||Assessing the impacts of landscape change on mobile animals.|
SISK, T.D.., NOON, B.R.., HAMPTON, H.M..
|THO-3-69-15||The role of remnant trees in regeneration of cyclone damaged rain forest.|
ELMQVIST, T.., WALL, M..
|THO-3-74-16||Variability in species richness among four taxonomic groups in north temperate lakes with varying chemical characteristics and stream connectivity.|
HRABIK, T.R.., GREENFIELD, B.K.., KRATZ, T.K.., LEWIS, DAVIDB.., POLLARD, A.I.., WILSON, K.A..
|THO-3-74-7||Hysteresis during recovery following a whole-lake acidification experiment: Biology lags substantially behind chemistry. |
FROST, T.M.., MONTZ, P.K.., KRATZ, T.K.., IVES, A.R..
|THO-3-8-2||Ten years after: A retrospective overview of contributions of the Gap Analysis Program to theoretical ecology.|
EDWARDS JR, T.C.
|THO-3-9-8||Exotic species and biodiversity in mountain forests.|
STOHLGREN, T.J.., KEELEY, J.E.., GRABER, D.M..
|TIF-3-42-33||Persistence or extinction: A demographic analysis of elevated herbivore pressure in an herbaceous understory community.|
KNIGHT, T.., KALISZ, S.., SMITH, L.., DAVIS, J..
|TIM-3-35-26||The differential influence of site and soil characteristics on invasibility of forest communities.|
HOWARD, T.G.., GUREVITCH, J.K.., BROWN, K.., FANG, W.., MISRA, R..
|TIM-3-41-15||Paleoecological history of vegetation, fire and land use on Cape Cod, MA.|
PARSHALL, T.., FOSTER, D.R.., MOTZKIN, G..
|TIM-3-5-4||Integrating conservation into rural development: perspectives from a community-based approach in Latin America|
|TIM-3-52-40||Exploring mechanisms behind species diversity differences: Comparing Markov models of mussel beds and coral reefs.|
|TIM-3-52-57||Seasonal and disturbance-induced variation in canopy arthropod communities in neotropical rain forests|
|TIM-3-54-9||Food web structure controls stability of communities with embedded mutualisms.|
MCPHEARSON, P.T.., JIANG, L..
|TIM-3-59-98||Nitrous oxide mole ratio during denitrification in soil: Evidence for an interaction of ecosystem and recent moisture history.|
BERGSMA, T.T.., OSTROM, N.E.., ROBERTSON, G.P..
|TIM-3-66-24||Once and future climates of the conterminous United States: Spatial-temporal variability in the VEMAP2 historical and scenario bioclimate dataset.|
KITTEL, T.G.F.., NYCHKA, D.., ROSENBLOOM, N.., AULENBACH, S.., KAUFMAN, C.., YATES, D.., SCHIMEL, D.., OJIMA, D.., DALY, C.., ROYLE, J.A.., VEMAP MEMBERS, .
|TIM-3-72-2||Habitat complexity, predator-prey interactions and the spatial distribution of largemouth bass and its prey.|
ESSINGTON, T.E.., KITCHELL, J.F.., HODGSON, J.R..
|TIM-3-87-22||Modeling restoration processes in a bottomland forest-agricultural landscape.|
NUTTLE, T.., HAEFNER, J.W..
|TJE-3-33-29||Root system topology and diameter distribution of species from habitats differing in inundation frequency.|
BOUMA, T.J.., NIELSEN, K.L.., VAN HAL, J.., KOUTSTAAL, B..
|TOB-3-59-93||Forest ecosystem carbon and nitrogen storage after agricultural abandonment.|
HOOKER, T.D.., COMPTON, J.E..
|TOC-3-99-151||Mechanisms regulating C and N transformations, Olympic National Park.|
TOCZYDLOWSKI, D.., STOTTLEMYER, R..
|TOD-3-40-43||Spatial distribution of vernal herb in Great Smoky Mountain National Park.|
JOBE, R.T.., MEIER, A.J.., BRATTON, S.P..
|TOD-3-42-27||Long-term induction, soil nutrient availability and plant genotype: Quaking aspen growth, foliar chemistry and effects on a generalist herbivore.|
OSIER, T.L.., LINDROTH, R.L..
|TOD-3-48-42||Effects of pre-dispersal predation by insects on recruitment of the grey mangrove Avicennia marina.|
MINCHINTON, T.E.., DALBY-BALL, M..
|TOD-3-68-12||Prescribed fire and understory vegetation dynamics in Ohio Quercus forests.|
HUTCHINSON, T.F.., SUTHERLAND, S.., KENNEDY SUTHERLAND, E..
|TOD-3-68-42||Seed bank responses to experimental fires in a Mojave Desert scrub community.|
ESQUE, T.C.., YOUNG, J.A.., TRACY, C.R..
|TOD-3-73-1||Context dependent species interactions and community organization: Incorporating environmental variation into ecological experiments. |
WELLNITZ, T.., POFF, N.L..
|TOD-3-75-15||Restoring connectivity in a large river system: Flood plain restoration in the upper Colorado River basin.|
CROWL, T.A.., GOURLEY, J.L.., TOWNSEND, M.J.., LEWIS, B..
|TOM-3-19-8||Water movement in plants: Tension among the ranks.|
HINCKLEY, T.M.., ROMBOLD, J..
|TOM-3-37-14||Size-based demography of long-lived organisms.|
|TOM-3-42-13||Induced poplar leaves call upon imported carbon resources to support the production of chemical defenses: Do source-sink dynamics constrain foliar responses to herbivores?|
ARNOLD, T.M.., SCHULTZ, J.C..
|TOM-3-52-50||Plant ontogeny affects community structure and biodiversity.|
WHITHAM, T.G.., POTTS, B.M.., LAWRENCE, R.., KEARSLEY, M.L.., MARTIN WALTZ, A.., MINCHIN, P.R..
|TON-3-31-7||Supply-side economics of phenolic induction in plants: DAHPS and PAL coordinate the production pipeline.|
SCHAEFFER, T.M., WALTON, A.B., SCHULTZ, J.C.
|TON-3-31-9||Microcalometric studies on metabolism and germination in response to temperatire for three populations of winterfat (Eurota lanata).|
THYGERSON, T.., BOOTH, D.T.., HARRIS, J.M.., HANSEN, L.D.., SMITH, B.N..
|TON-3-611-206||National perspectives on the Sustainable Biosphere Program: Influence and response in the US Government and beyond.|
|TOU-3-53-2||Importance of rice fields for waterbirds in the Camargue wetland complex, southern France.|
TOURENQ, C.., BENNETTS, R.E.., MESLéARD, F.., MARTIN, J..
|TRA-3-34-28||Photosynthesis and growth in perennial shrubs at elevated CO2 during contrasting wet and dry years at the Nevada Desert FACE Facility.|
HUXMAN, T.E.., SMITH, S.D.., LOIK, M.E.., HOUSMAN, D.., SEEMANN, J.R..
|TRA-3-36-11||Seed banks of Iliamna longisepala (Malvaceae), a rare, fire dependent plant from Washington State.|
FUENTES, T.L.., STROMBERG, J.C..
|TRA-3-4-14||Landscape diversity and ecosystem development: What we can learn from the Hawaiian Islands|
|TRI-3-39-3||An alternative to clearcutting in the boreal forest: A twenty-seven-year trial of shelterwood harvesting in Alaska.|
WURTZ, T.L.., ZASADA, J.C..
|TRI-3-45-9||Dispersal limitation influences spatial dispersion in rainforest tree populations.|
SEIDLER, T.G.., ASHTON, P.S..
|TRO-3-59-68||Using radiocarbon to estimate rates of nutrient turnover in a California grassland soil chronosequence.|
BAISDEN, W.T.., AMUNDSON, R.., BRENNER, D.L.., HARDEN, J.., COOK, A.C..
|TUR-3-18-8||Understanding of land dynamics: The southern Yucatan peninsular region project.|
TURNER II, B.L..
|UTA-3-26-3||The field of neighborhood (FON) approach for modeling plant community dynamics.|
|UWE-3-32-13||Wood density and drought resistance of plant xylem.|
HACKE, U.G.., SPERRY, J.S.., DAVIS, S.D.., POCKMAN, W.T..
|UWE-3-66-9||Modeling autotrophic respiration for the DUKE forest: What the CO2-induced alterations implicate.|
GRUETERS, U.., KATTGE, J.., LUO, Y..
|VAL-3-2-4||Changing the role of ecology to address a rapidly changing world.|
|VAN-3-38-24||Are changes in belowground competition the cause of alteration in composition of semi-arid grasslands?|
VAN AUKEN, O.W..
|VAN-3-56-39||Resource partitioning by natural enemies in a willow-gall community: Does size matter?|
VAN HEZEWIJK, B.H., ROLAND, J..
|VAN-3-68-27||Prescribed burning to restore mixed-oak communities in southern Ohio: Effects on breeding bird populations.|
ARTMAN, V.L.., DOWNHOWER, J.F..
|VAU-3-70-3||Bacterial information length as a predictor of stream health.|
MCARTHUR, JVAUN., TUCKFIELD, R.C..
|VER-3-34-23||Effects of long term exposure to elevated UV-B on a shrub-ecosystem in Tierra del Fuego, Argentina.|
PANCOTTO, V.A.., SALA, O.E.., BALLARé, C.L.., CALDWELL, M.M.., SCOPEL, A.L.., ROUSSEAUX, C..
|VIC-3-35-25||Influence of environment on timing and amount of Utah juniper twig growth.|
SMITH-LONGOZO, V.L.., NOWAK, R.S.., TAUSCH, R.J..
|VIC-3-40-51||Mycorrhizal fungi influence plant community composition by changing competitive hierarchies.|
ALLISON, V.J., RAJANIEMI, T.K.
|VIC-3-60-3||Aerosol concentration trends compared to regional and local emissions at a rural site in southeastern New York, USA.|
KELLY, V.R.., LOVETT, G.M.., WEATHERS, K.C..
|VIC-3-87-7||Regulation of watershed hydrology by plant-water relations and topographic controls.|
ENGEL, V.., STEIGLITZ, M.., WILLIAMS, M..
|VIN-3-30-1||Combining the Ball-Berry and ABA models of stomatal control: Experiments, computational models, and some implications for mechanisms.|
GUTSCHICK, V.P.., TARDIEU, F.., SIMONNEAU, T..
|VIN-3-36-6||Evolutionary ecology of a petal-spot polymorphism in Clarkia xantiana ssp. xantiana (Onagraceae): Floral landmarks affect herbivore resistance, not pollinator visitation.|
ECKHART, V.M.., HANSEN, J.D.., LA GRANGE, C.M.., TWIEG, E.N..
|VIR-3-17-7||Assessing global change effects on North American forests.|
DALE, V.., JOYCE, L.., ABER, J.., HANSEN, A., IRLAND, L.., MCNULTY, S.., NEILSON, R.., SKOG, K..
|VIR-3-41-11||Reconstructing the historic ecosystems of Swede Hollow, Minnesota: An investigation in urban paleoecology.|
|VIR-3-45-4||The role of dispersal in the establishment of tree species in upland and lowland old fields 60 years after abandonment.|
MCDANIEL, V.L.., MEIER, A.J..
|VLA-3-76-21||Spatial clonal pattern of Salix laevigata in varying riparian environments.|
|VOL-3-26-4||Individual-based modelling: The thing we need is a plan.|
|VOL-3-32-7||Drought-induced xylem weakening and its repair in intact plants.|
STILLER, V.., SPERRY, J.S..
|WAL-3-31-5||Respiration and growth characteristics in subpopulations of Great Basin cheatgrass have adapted to local microclimates.|
MCCARLIE, V.W.., SMITH, B.N.., HANSEN, L.D.., MEYER, S.E..
|WAL-3-42-31||Do ground-dwelling mammals promote high tropical tree diversity: Testing Janzen-Connell at the community level.|
CARSON, W.P.., SCHNITZER, S.., STEVENS, H..
|WAL-3-42-32||Preliminary evidence that insect herbivory can control grassland composition and productivity: Are goldenrods better competitors than grasses in the abscence of insects?|
CRONIN, J.P.., CARSON, W.P..
|WAL-3-42-34||The influence of removing ground-dwelling mammals on the diversity and abundance of tropical forest herbs.|
ROYO, A.., CARSON, W.P..
|WAL-3-514-200||"The Bonehunters' Revenge" and other cautionary tales of sensational ecology in the media.|
|WAY-3-34-3||Leaf traits of dominant grassland perennials along a subambient to superambient gradient in atmospheric carbon dioxide concentration.|
POLLEY, H.W.., JOHNSON, H.B.., DERNER, J.D..
|WAY-3-42-36||Propagule predation dependent on canopy disturbance controls regeneration of a Caribbean mangrove.|
|WAY-3-7-5||Ecosystem management in urban landscapes: Is it possible?|
|WAY-3-72-6||Fish-mediated nutrient transfer in lakes: Is it important for phytoplankton?|
GALLO, K.., WURTSBAUGH, W.A..
|WEI-3-31-19||Fine root turnover and mycorrhizal morphotypes in loblolly pine.|
YANG, W.., DUNBAR-WALLIS, A.K.., TOPA, M.A..
|WEI-3-59-2||The scale dependency of the relationship between litter quantity and nitrogen mineralization in forest ecosystems and landscapes.|
FAN, W.., CHEN, J.., BROSOFSKE, K.D..
|WEI-3-6-1||Elevated CO2 and rhizosphere carbon fluxes: Controversies of concepts and numbers.|
|WEI-3-82-1||Assessing the impact of the invasive tree Acer platanoides on forest communities.|
|WEI-3-99-165||Carbon and nitrogen cycling in urban remnant patches: The effect of fossil fuel combustion.|
ZHU, W.., GRIMM, N.B..
|WEN-3-15-3||Boundary permeability at land-water interfaces: The influence of 3-D structure.|
|WEN-3-69-2||Effects of landscape-level disturbance on amphibian and reptile communities in Missouri Ozark forests.|
GRAM, W.K.., RENKEN, R.B..
|WEN-3-89-19||Modeling lidar waveforms using a geometric and optical radiative tranfer model for discontinuous plant canopies.|
NI, W.., DUBAYAH, R.., BLAIR, J.B..
|WHE-3-59-40||Rates of aboveground biomass gain, and soil carbon accumulation and loss 60 years following tropical reforestation.|
SILVER, W.L.., LUGO, A.E.., KUEPPERS, L.M.., MATZEK, V..
|WIL-3-18-7||Spatial patterns, rates, and trends of urban land use change.|
ACEVEDO, W.., RICHARDS, L.R..
|WIL-3-2-8||Pressing questions for ecosystem science to 2100 A.D.|
|WIL-3-23-2||Why strong induced resistance might NOT drive herbivore fluctuations: Intrinsic and extrinsic sources of spatial and temporal heterogeneity. |
|WIL-3-28-21||Arctic Field Ecology: A model for integrating teaching, research, and Inuit ecological knowledge.|
|WIL-3-29-6||Physiological and morphological limitations to growth: A study of three Asters.|
PFITSCH, W.A.., BUDIHARDJO, P.., EVANS, J.A..
|WIL-3-30-15||In situ gas-exchange in snow algae.|
WILLIAMS, W.E.., VOGELMANN, T.C.., MORGAN, P.B..
|WIL-3-32-20||The contribution of deep root functioning to water relations and xylem transport in Juniperus ashei.|
POCKMAN, W.T.., MARTíNEZ-VILALTA, J.., JACKSON, R.B..
|WIL-3-329-182||Cattle, conservation, and cooperation-building the radical center.|
|WIL-3-37-24||Demographic parameters of grassland plants.|
COLEMAN, M.B.., LAUENROTH, W.K.., LAITURI, M.J..
|WIL-3-4-2||Transport of energy, matter and information in landscapes.|
REINERS, W.A.., POLZER, P.L..
|WIL-3-46-19||You CAN take it with you: Colonization success and population structure of female- and pair- founded populations of Gambusia affinis.|
RESETARITS, JR., W.J..
|WIL-3-48-37||Fitness effects of seed caching by desert rodents on a native and an introduced grass species.|
|WIL-3-52-59||Ground beetle community responses to experimental fire frequency.|
COOK, W.M.., HOLT, R.D.., ASHE, J.S..
|WIL-3-56-24||The influence of genetic diversity and temperature on the dynamics of freshwater predator-prey systems.|
NELSON, W.A.., MCCAULEY, E.., WRONA, F.J..
|WIL-3-58-7||Root decomposition and nutrient budgets in roots from an oak-hickory forest in southern Ohio: Influence of landscape position and fire regime. |
DRESS, W.J.., BOERNER, R.E.J..
|WIL-3-612-210||Highway impacts on animal populations and a way to reduce mortality and fragmentation.|
BOARMAN, W.I.., SAZAKI, M..
|WIL-3-63-7||Fluxes of bioavailable energy released during decomposition in the temperate forest floor.|
|WIL-3-68-5||Indians and fire in the U.S. Rocky Mountains.|
|WIL-3-68-7||Climate variability and forest fires in the Pacific Northwest.|
KEETON, W.S.., FRANKLIN, J.F..
|WIL-3-92-6||Consuming and grouping.|
|WIL-3-99-136||Interactive effects of resources and herbivory on tree growth: Experimental tests using a native and an invasive exotic species.|
ROGERS, W.E.., SIEMANN, E..
|WIL-3-99-155||Winterkill cascade: Top-down effects of fish on littoral fauna in boreal lakes.|
LANGLOIS, P.W.., TONN*, W.M.., PREPAS, E.E.., PASZKOWSKI, C.A..
|WIM-3-99-162||Urban Ecology in the Netherlands: The making of urban nature.|
|WIN-3-28-11||Kids on nature: Children's knowledge of ecological issues in Greater Yellowstone.|
HANSEN, W.D.., HANSEN, A.J..
|WYA-3-41-13||Climatic and geomorphic controls on Holocene vegetational changes in the arctic foothills of Alaska.|
OSWALD, W.W.., SHENG HU, F.., BRUBAKER, L.B.., KLING, G.W..
|XIA-3-34-49||Elevated CO2 effects on plant respiration: Empirical and meta-analytical results.|
WANG, X.., CURTIS, P.S..
|XIN-3-87-21||Modeling carbon balance of an old Black Spruce ecosystem in Northern Manitoba, Canada.|
ZHANG, X.., MCGUIRE, D.A., CURLEY, J..
|YAR-3-52-31||Body-size dependent species distribution of Israeli mammals on different ecological scales.|
ZIV, Y.., SHIMONI, O..
|YEO-3-99-103||Intraspecific competition within and between hatching cohorts of oophagous tadpoles of the Taiwanese tree frog, Chirixalus eiffingere.|
KAM, Y.., CHEN, Y.H.., SU, Y.S.., LIN, Y.S..
|YIQ-3-59-8||Progressive nitrogen limitation of plant and ecosystem responses to elevated CO2: A reexamination.|
|YON-3-91-2||Comparison of biological communities: The problem of sample representativeness.|
CAO, Y.., WILLIAMS, D.D.., LARSEN, D.P..
|YOR-3-52-38||The role of habitat productivity and plant structure in the determination of herbivore size and the number of trophic levels in terrestrial communities.|
|YOU-3-40-12||Development of herbaceous vegetation in an abandoned sand mine site in Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore.|
WILCOX, C.A.., CHOI, Y.D..
|YOU-3-75-5||Processes of wetland degradation in northwestern Indiana.|
|YUF-3-66-35||Ecosystem carbon flux under elevated CO2 by CO2 LT Chambers in southern California chaparral.|
CHENG, Y.., OECHEL, W.C.., MAJOR, J.., HASTINGS, S.., BRYANT, P.., IBANEZ, I.., VERFAILLIE, J..
|YUK-3-82-28||Exotic plant invasions in southern Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument, Utah.|
OTSUKI, Y.., STOHLGREN, T.J.., VILLA, C.A.., LEE, M.., BELNAP, J..
|ZAC-3-52-47||Priority effects determine the outcome of competition between species with similar competitive abilities.|
|ZED-3-10-1||Adaptive restoration: Large-scale experimentation to improve restoration.|
|ZHI-3-58-41||Earthworm influence on plant litter decomposition in tropical pasture and wet forest.|
LIU, Z.., ZOU, X..
|ZHO-3-42-28||Allozyme variation is associated with Douglas-fir phenotypic resistance to western spruce budworm defoliation.|
CHEN, Z.., KOLB, T.E., CLANCY, K.M., DEWALD, L.E., HIPKINS, V.D.
|ZWI-3-32-23||Bordered pit structure and vessel wall surface properties - Implications for embolism repair.|
ZWIENIECKI, M.A.., HOLBROOKMICHELE, N..