Network News Fall 1993, Vol. 14 No. 1

Carbon Dioxide Information Analysis Center (CDIAC) World Data Center Catalog of Numeric Data Packages and Computer Model Packages.
ORNI./DDIAC-62, ESD Pubn. No. 4008. Available free from the Carbon Dioxide Information Analysis Center, P.O. Box 2008, Oak Ridge, TN 37831-6335.

Ecological Modelling, Volume 67, No. 1.
Edited by Philip J. Bacon. Four articles by LTER modeling specialists, with an introduction by LTER Coordinating Committee Chairman Jerry F. Franklin. This special issue on long-term ecological research and regional prediction is a product of the 1990 LTER All Scientists Meeting.

Role of Salt- Affected Soils in Primary Succession on the Tanana River Floodplain, Interior Alaska. Edited by K. Van Cleve, L.A. Viereck, G.M. Marion, J. Yarie, and CT. Dyrness. Fourteen articles by Bonanza Creek LTER scientists. Pages 879- 1018 in the Canadian Journal of Forest Research, Volume 23, No.5.

Stream Research in the Long-Term Ecological Research Network— 1993.
LTER Publication No. 15. Edited by Judy Meyer, Coweeta LTER. A product of the 1990 LTER All Scientists Meeting, this catalog describes stream research presently being conducted at 11 LTER sites. Available in limited quantities from the LTER Network Office.

Ackerman, J.A. 1992. Extending the isotope based (disc) mass budget technique for lakes and comparison with solute based lake budgets. M.S.Thesis. University of Wisconsin- Madison.

Allen, T.F.H., and T.W. Hoekstra. 1992. Toward a Unfred Ecology. Columbia University Press, New York.

Anderson, M.P., and X. Cheng. 1993. Long and short term transience in a groundwater/lake system in Wisconsin, USA. Journal of Hydrology 145:1-18.

Asplund, T.R. 1993. Patterns and mechanisms of year-to-year variability in winter oxygen depletion rates in ice-covered lakes. M.S. Thesis. University of Wisconsin-Madison.

Benson, B.J., and J.J. Magnuson. 1992. Spatial heterogeneity of littoral fish assemblages in lakes: relation to species diversity and habitat structure. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 49:1493-1500.

Bowser, C.J. 1992. Groundwater pathways for chloride pollution of lakes. Pages 283-301 in F.M. D’Irri (ed). Chemical Deicers and the Environment. Lewis Publishers Inc., Chelsea, MI.

Bragg, W.K., AK. Knapp, and J.M. Briggs. 1993. Comparative water relations of seedling and adult Quercus species during gallery forest expansion in tallgrass prairie. Forest Ecology and Management 56:29-41.

Carpenter, SR., T.M. Frost, J.F. Kitchell, and T.K. Kratz. 1993. Species dynamics and global environmental change: a perspective from ecosystem experiments. Pages 267-279 in P.M. Kareiva, J.G. Kingsolver, and R.B. Huey (eds.). Biotic Interactions and Global Change. Sinauer, Sunderland, MA.

Cheng, X., and M.P. Anderson. 1992. Applications of MOD- FLOW with a lake package to simulate ground water/lake interaction. Pages 143-156 in Solving Ground-Water Problems with Models; Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on the Use of Models to Analyze and Find Working Solutions to Ground-Water Problems. National Ground Water Association, Columbus, OH.

Edler, C., and W.K. Dodds. 1992. Characterization of a ground-water community dominated by Asellus tridentata. Isopoda. Pages 91-99 in Proceedings of the 1st International Conference on Groundwater Ecology.

Fay, PA., D.C. Harrnett, and AK. Knapp. 1993. Increased photosynthesis and water potentials in Silphium integrifolium galled by cynipid wasps. Oecologia 93:114-120.

Frost, TM., SR. Carpenter, and T.K. Kratz. 1992. Choosing ecological indicators: Effects of taxonomic aggregation on sensitivity to stress and natural variability. Pages 215-227 in D.H. McKenzie, D.E. Hyatt, and V.J. McDonald (eds.). Ecological Indicators. Elsevier Applied Science Publishers, Essex, England.

Furbish, D.J. 1993. Flow structure in a bouldery mountain stream with complex bed topography. Water Resources Research 29: 2249-2263.

Gibson, D.J., T.R. Seastedt, and J.M. Briggs. 1993. Management practices in tallgrass prairie: Large- and small-scale experimental effects on species composition. Journal of Applied Ecology 30:247-255.

Gonzalez, M.J 1992 Effects of experimental acidification on zooplankton populations: A multiple-scale approach. Ph.D. Thesis. University of Wisconsin-Madison.

Gonzalez, M.J., and T.M. Frost. 1992. Food limitation and the seasonal population dynamics of rotifers. Oecologia 89:560-566.

Gray, L.J. 1993. Response of insectivorous birds to emerging aquatic insects in riparian habitats of a tallgrass prairie stream. American Midland Naturalist 129:288-300.

Greenland, D. 1993. Climate studies in the Long-Term Ecological Research Program. Pages 5-1 1 in: Redmond, K.T., and V.L. Tharp (eds.). Proceedings of the Ninth Annual Pacific Climate. PACLIM. Workshop. Technical Report 34 of the Interagency Ecological Studies Program for the Sacramento-San Joaquin Estuary, Sacramento: California Department of Water Resources. 194 pp.

Greenland, D. 1993. Spatial energy budgets in alpine tundra. Theoretical and Applied Climatology 46: 229-23 9.

Groffman, P.M., C.W. Rice, and J.M. Tiedje. 1993. Denitrification in a tallgrass prairie landscape. Ecology 74:855-862.

Kaufman, D.W., G.A. Kaufman, and E.J. Finck. 1993. Small mammals of wooded habitats of the Konza Prairie Research Natural Area, Kansas. The Prairie Naturalist 25 :35-40.

Kenoyer, G.J., and C.J. Bowser. 1992. Groundwater chemical evolution in a sandy silicate aquifer in northern Wisconsin; 1: Patterns and rates of change Water Resources Research 28:579-589.

Kenoyer, G.J., and C.J. Bowser. 1992 Groundwater chemical evolution in a sandy silicate aquifer in northern Wisconsin; 2: Reaction Modeling. Water Resources Research 28:591-600.

Knapp, A.K.. 1993. Gas exchange responses to variable sunlight in C3 and C4 grasses: consequences of differences in stomatal conductance. Ecology 74:113-123.

Knapp, AK., J.T. Fahnestock, S.P. Hamburg, L.J. Statland, T.R. Seastedt, and D.S. Schimel. 1993. Landscape patterns in soil-water relations, net photosynthesis and primary production in tallgrass prairie. Ecology 74:549-560.

Kratz, T.K., J.J. Magnuson, T.M. Frost, B.J. Benson, and S.R. Carpenter. In press. Landscape position, scaling, and the spatial and temporal variability of ecological parameters: considerations for biological monitoring. In S.L. Loeb, and A. Spacie (eds.). Biological Monitoring of Freshwater Ecosystems: Interpretation and Efficacy to Assess Environmental Quality. Societas Intetnationalis Limnologiae Workshop, Purdue University, November 29-December 1, 1990.

Macpherson, G.L. 1992. Ground-water chemistry under tallgrass prairie, Central Kansas, USA. Pages 809-812 in Y. K. Kharaka and A. S. Maest (eds.). Proceedings of the 7th International Symposium on Water-Rock Interaction Symposium.

Magnuson, J.J., and R. Lathrop. 1992. Historical changes in the fish community of Lake Mendota. Pages 195-231 in J.F. Kitchell, ed. Food Web Management: A Case Study of Lake Mendota. Springer-Verlag, New York.

McLaren, S.B. and J.K. Btaun. 1993. G1S Applications in Mammalogy Special Publication of the Oklahoma Museum of Natural History. 4lpp.

Monson, R.K., M.C. Grant, C.H. Jaeger, and A.W. Schoettle. 1992. Morphological causes for the retention of precipitation in the crowns of alpine plants. Environmental and Experimental Botany 32: 319—327.

Nellis, M.D., J. Bathgate, and J.M. Briggs. 1992. Geographic information systems for modeling bison impact on Konza Prairie, Kansas. GIS/LIS Proceedings 2:618-23.

Poistet, D. 1992. Nutrient sedimentation and recycling in three northern temperate lakes. M.S. Thesis. University of Wisconsin-Madison.

Post, D.M. 1992. Change in nutrient content of foods stored by eastern woodrats. Neotoma floridana). Journal of Mammalogy 73:835-839.

Post, D.M. 1993. Detection of differences in nutrient concentrations by eastern woodrats. Neotoma floridana). Journal of Mammalogy 74:493-497.

Post, D.M., and J. E. Urban. 1993. Changes in microbial populations from eastern woodrat caches. Southwestern Naturalist 38:30-35.

Reichman, O.J., J.H. Benedix, Jr., and T.R. Seastedt. 1993. Animal generated disturbances and size hierarchies in a tallgrass prairie community. Ecology 74:1281-1285.

Robertson, D.M., R.A. Ragotzkie, and J.J. Magnuson. 1992. Lake ice records used to detect historical and future climatic changes. Climatic Change 21:407-427.

Rudstam, L.G., Y. Allen, B.M. Johnson, C. Luecke, JR. Post, and M.J. Vanni. 1992. Food web structure of Lake Mendota. Pages 233-241 in J.F Kitchell (ed). Food Web Management: A Case Study of Lake Mendota. Springer-Verlag, New York.

Sagova, M. 1992. Aggregation of benthic animals in relationship to plant toots and changes of spatial scale. MS. Thesis. University of Wisconsin-Madison.

Seastedt, T.R., and AK. Knapp. 1993. Consequences of non- equilibrium resource availability across multiple time scales: the transient maxima hypothesis. American Naturalist 141:621-633.

Todd, T.C., S.W. James, and T.R. Seastedt. 1992. Soil invertebrate and plant responses to mowing and Carbofuran application in a North American tallgrass prairie. Plant and Soil 144:117-124.

Walker, D.A., J.C. Halfpenny, M.D. Walker, and C.A. Wessman. 1993. Long-term studies of snow-vegetation interactions. BioScience 43: 287-301.

Webster, K.E., T.M. Frost, C.J. Watras, W.A. Swenson, M. Gonzalez, and P.J. Garrison. 1992. Complex biological responses to the experimental acidification of Little Rock Lake, Wisconsin. Environmental Pollution 78:73-78.

Wynne, R.H., and T.M. Lillesand. 1993. Satellite observation of lake ice as a climate indicator: Initial results from statewide monitoring in Wisconsin. Photogrammetric Engineering and Remote Sensing 59:1023-1031

Zimmerman, J.L. 1993. The Birds of Konza: Avian Ecology of the Tallgrass Prairie. University Press of Kansas. l76pp.