Recent Publications

Network News Winter 1992, Vol. 12 No. 1

Aber, J.D., J.M. Melillo, K.J. Nadelhoffer, J. Pastor and R. Boone. 1991. Factors controlling nitrogen cycling and nitrogen saturation in northern temperate forest ecosystems. Ecol. Appl. 1:303-315.

Allison, T.D. 1992. The influence of deer browsing on the reproductive biology of Canada yew (Taxus canadensis Marsh.). III. Sex expression. Oecologia 39:223-228.

Bainbridge, D.A. and R.A. Virginia. 1992. Desert soils and soil biota. In J. Latting (ed.). The California Desert: Natural Resources and Man’s Impact. Latting Press, Riverside, CA.

Bowman, W.D. 1992. Inputs and storage of nitrogen in winter snowpack in an alpine ecosystem. Arctic and Alpine Research 24:211-215.

Brazel, Al., A.J. Arnfield, D.E. Greenland, and C.J. Willmott. 1991. Physical and boundary-layer climatology. Physical Geography 12:189-206.

Brokaw, N.V.L. and J.S. Grear. 1991. Forest structure before and after Hurricane Hugo at three elevations in the Luquillo Mountains, Puerto Rico. Biotropica 23(4a): 386-392.

Caine, N. 1992. Modulation of the diurnal streamflow response by the seasonal snow cover of an alpine basin. Journal of Hydrology 137:246-260.

Caine, N. 1992. Spatial patterns of geochemical denudation in a Colorado alpine environment. Pages 63-88 in Dixon, J.C., and AD. Abrahams (eds.). Periglacial Geomorphology. Chichester: Wiley & Sons, Ltd.

Cermak, J., E. Cienciala, J. Kucera, A. Lindroth, and J-E. Hallgren. 1992. Radial velocity profiles of water flow in stems of spruce and oak and response of spruce tree to severing. Tree Physiol. 10:367-380.

Cohen, W.B., D.O. Wallin, M.E. Harmon, P. Sollins, C. Daley, and W.K. Ferrell. 1992. Modeling the effect of land use on carbon storage in the forests of the Pacific Northwest. IGARSS 92. Volume 11:1023-1026.

Conley, W., and J.W. Brunt. 1991. An institute for theoretical ecology. Part V: Practical data management for cross- site analysis and synthesis of ecological information. Coenoses 6:173-180.

Cornelius, J.M. and J.F. Reynolds. 1991. On determining the statistical significance of discontinuities within ordered ecological data. Ecology 72:2057-2070.

Elias, S.A., and J.C. Halfpenny. 1991. Fox scat evidence of heavy predation on beetles on the alpine tundra, Front Range, Colorado. The Coleopterists Bulletin 45:189-190.

Foster, DR. and B. Boose. 1992. Patterns of forest damage resulting from catastrophic wind in central New England, USA.J. Ecol. 80:79-99.

Foster, DR. and D.R. Smith. 1992. Abstracts from the 3rd Annual Harvard Forest Ecology Symposium. Harvard Forest, Harvard University, Petersham, Massachusetts.

Frangi, J.L. and A.E. Lugo. 1991. Hurricane damage to a flood plain forest in the Luquillo Mountains of Puerto Rico. Biotropica 23(4a) -324-325.

Franklin, J. and D.L. Turner. 1992. The application of a geometric optical canopy reflectance model to semiarid shrub vegetation. IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing 30:293-301.

Gosz, J.R. Ecological functions in a biome transition zone: Translating local responses to broad-scale dynamics. 1991. Pages 56-75 in: diCastri, F. and A. Hausen (eds.). Landscape Boundaries: Consequences for Biotic Diversity and Ecological Flows. Volume 92. Springer-Verlag.

Gosz, J.R. Fundamental Ecological Characteristics of Landscape Boundaries. 1992. In: Holland, M.M., PG. Risser, R. J. Naiman (eds.). Ecotones: The Role of Landscape Boundaries in the Management and Restoration of Changing Environments. Chapman and Hall, NY.

Gosz, J.R. Gradient Analysis of Ecological Change in Time and Space: Implications for Forest Management. 1992. Ecological Applications 2:248-261.

Greenland, D. 1991. Surface energy budgets over alpine tundra in summer. Mountain Research and Development 11:339-35 1.

Greenland, D., and LW. Swift, Jr. 1991. Climate variability and ecosystem response: Opportunities for the LTER Network. Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America 72: 118-126.

Halfpenny, J.C. 1992. Environmental impacts of powder- tracking using fluorescent pigments. Journal of Mammalogy 73:680-682.

Halfpenny, J.C., and M. Heffernan. 1992. Nutrient input to an alpine tundra: An aeolian insect component. The Southwestern Naturalist 37:247-25 1.

Harmon, M.E. and H. Chen. 1991. A comparison of coarse woody debris dynamics in two old-growth forest ecosystems: Chanbai Mountain, PRC and H.J. Andrews Experimental Forest, USA. BioScience 41:604-610.

Johnson, AR., J.A. Wiens, B.T. Milne, and T.O. Crist. Animal movements and population dynamics in heterogeneous landscapes. 1992. Landscape Ecology 7:63-75.

Kemp, P.R., J.M. Cornelius and IF. Reynolds. 1992. A simple method for predicting soil temperatures in desert ecosystems. Soil Science 153:280-297.

Killingbeck, K.T. 1992. Inefficient nitrogen resorption in a population of ocotillo (Fouguieria splendens), a drought- deciduous desert shrub. Southwestern Naturalist 37:35-42.

Knapp, L. and T. Kittel. 1992. Scientific visualization within a GIS: a task analysis approach. Annual Meeting, Assoc. of American Geographers, San Diego, CA, April 1992.

Knapp, A.K. and J.B. Yavitt. 1992. Evaluation of a closed-chamber method for estimating methane emissions from aquatic plants. Tellus 44B:63-71.

Litaor, M.I. 1992. Aluminum mobility along a geochemical catena in an alpine watershed, Front Range, Colorado. Catena 19:1-16.Litaor, MI., and R. Keigley. 1991. Geochemical equilibria of iron in sediments of the Roaring River alluvial fan, Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 16:533-546.

Marion, G.M., W.H. Schlesinger and P.J. Fonteyn. 1992. Alkalinity measurements in water extracts of calcareous soils. Soil Science Society of America Journal 56:598-600.

Martinez-Ramos, and A. Soto-Castro. 1992. Seed rain and advanced regeneration in a tropical rain forest. In: T.H. Fleming and A. Estrada (eds.). Frugivory and Seed Dispersal: Ecological and Evolutionary Aspects. Kiuwer Academic Publishers, The Netherlands.

Milne, B.T. Spatial aggregation and neutral models in fractal landscapes. 1992. American Naturalist 139:32-57.

Milne, Bruce T., Monica G. Turner, John A. Wiens, and Alan R. Johnson. Interactions between the Fractal Geometry of Landscapes and Allometric Herbivory. 1992. Theoretical Population Biology 41:337-353.

Molles, M.C., Jr., C.N. Dahm and M.T. Crocker. Climate variability and streams and rivers in semi-arid regions. 1992. In: R. Robards and M. Bothwell (eds.). Aquatic Ecosystems in Semi-Arid Regions. National Hydrology Research Institute, Saskatoon, Canada.

Parrotta, J.A. and D.J. Lodge. 1991. Fine root dynamics in a subtropical wet forest following hurricane disturbance in Puerto Rico. Biotropica 23(4a):343-347.

Perry, D.A., J.G. Borchers, D.P Turner, S.V. Gregory, C.R. Perry, R.K. Dixon, S.C. Hart, B. Kauffman, R.P. Neilson, and P. Sollins. 1991. Biological feedbacks to climate change: terrestrial ecosystems as sinks and sources of carbon and nitrogen. NW Environ. J. 7:203-232.

Peterjohn, W.T. and W.H. Schlesinger. 1991. Factors controlling denitrification in a Chihuahuan desert ecosystem. Soil Science Society ofAmerica 55:1694-1701.

Scatena, F.N. and M.C. Larsen. 1991. Physical aspects of Hurricane Hugo in Puerto Rico. Biotropica 23(4a):317-323.

Schlesinger, W.H. and W.T. Peterjohn. 1991. Processes controlling ammonia volatilization in Chihuahuan desert soils. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 23:637-642.

Schoonmaker, P.K. 1992. Long-term vegetation dynamics in southwestern New Hampshire. PhD. Thesis, Harvard University, Cambridge.

Scribailo, R.W. and P.B. Tomlinson. 1992. Shoot and floral development in Calla palustris (Araceae-Calloideae). mt. J. Plant Sci. 153:1-13.

Silverstein, M.C., and D. Greenland. 1991. Wet acid deposition in Colorado in the 1985 hydrologic year. Physical Geography 12:55-71.

Soibrig, O.T. 1992. From genes to ecosystems: a research agenda for biodiversity. Report of a IUBS-SCOPEUNESCO Workshop at Harvard Forest. International Union of Biological Sciences, Cambridge, MA.

Spies, T.A., W.J. Ripple and G.A. Bradshaw. (Submitted.) Dynamics and pattern of a managed coniferous forest landscape. Ecological Applications.

Stafford, R. 1992. Heterogeneity in forest structure, composition and dynamics following catastrophic wind disturbance in southwestern New Hampshire. MS Thesis, Harvard University.

Takaso, T. and P.B. Tomlinson. 1992. Seed cone and ovule ontogeny in Metasequoia, Sequoia and Sequoiadendron. Bot. J. Linn. Soc. 108:15-37.

Toetz, D., M. Muoneke, and J. Windell. 1991. Age, growth, and condition of brook trout (Salvelinusfontinalis) from an unexploited alpine lake. Northwest Science 65:89-92. Tomlinson, P.B. 1992. Deforestation provides a renewable resource. Conservation Biol. 6:306-307.

Velasquez Martinez, A., D.A. Perry, T. Bell. (In press.) Response of aboveground biomass increment, growth efficiency, and foliar nutrients to thinning, fertilization, and pruning in Douglas-fir plantations in the central Oregon Cascades. Can. Jour. For. Res.

Waide, RB. 1991.The effect of Hurricane Hugo on bird populations in the Luquillo Experimental Forest, Puerto Rico. Biotropica 23(4a):475-480.

Walker, D.A., and M.D. Walker. 1991. History and pattern of disturbance in Alaskan arctic terrestrial ecosystems: A hierarchical approach to analysing landscape change. Journal of Applied Ecology 28:244-276.

Walker, L.W., J. Voltzow, J.D. Ackerman, D.S. Fernandez and N. Fetcher. 1992. Immediate impact of Hurricane Hugo on a Puerto Rican rain forest. Ecol. 73:691-694.

Wayne, P.M. 1992. Effects of the daily timecourse of light availability on the sun-shade responses and regeneration of birch seedlings. PhD Thesis, Harvard University.

Whitford, W.G. 1992. Biogeochemical consequences of desertification. Pages 352-359 in D,A. Dunnette and R.J. O’Brien (eds.). The Science of Global Change: The Impact on the Environment. American Chemical Society. Washington, D.C.

Whitford, W.G. 1992. Effects of climate change on soil biotic communities and soil processes. Pages 124-136 in R.L. Peters and T.E. Lovejoy (eds.). Global Warming and Biological Diversity. Yale University Press, New Haven.

Wierenga, P.J., R.G. Hills and D.B. Hudson. 1991. The Las Cruces trench site: Characterization, experimental results, and one-dimensional flow predictions. Water Resources Research 27:2695-2705.