List of Recent Publications from the LTER Community

Network News Spring 2005, Vol. 18 No. 1

H. J. Andrews  

Ashkenas, Linda R.; Johnson, Sherri L.; Gregory, Stan V.; Tank, Jennifer L.; Wollheim, Wilfred M. 2004. A stable isotope tracer study of nitrogen uptake and transformation in an old-growth forest stream. Ecology. 85(6): 1725-1739.

Forman, R. T. T., and others. 2003. Road ecology. Island Press. 481 p.

Garman, Steven L. 2004. Design and evaluation of a forest landscape change model for western Oregon. Ecological Modelling. 175: 319-337.

Harcombe, P. A.; Greene, S. E.; Kramer, M. G.; Acker, S. A.; Spies, T. A.; Valentine, T. 2004. The influence of fire and windthrow dynamics on a coastal spruce-hemlock forest in Oregon, USA, based on aerial photographs spanning 40 years. Forest Ecology and Management. 194: 71-82.

Harmon, Mark E.; Bible, Ken; Ryan, Michael G.; Shaw, David C.; Chen, H.; Klopatek, Jeffrey; Li, Xia. 2004. Production, respiration, and overall carbon balance in an old-growth Pseudotsuga-Tsuga forest ecosystem. Ecosystems. 7: 498-512.

Holub, Scott M.; Lajtha, Kate. 2004. The fate and retention of organic and inorganic 15N-nitrogen in an old-growth forest soil in western Oregon. Ecosystems. 7: 368-380.

Homann, P. S.; Remillard, S. M.; Harmon, M. E.; Bormann, B. T. 2004. Carbon storage in coarse and fine fractions of Pacific Northwest old-growth forest soils. Soil Science Society of America Journal. 68: 2023-2030.

Johnson, Sherri L. 2004. Factors influencing stream temperatures in small streams: substrate effects and a shading experiment. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences. 61: 913-923.

Johnston, Carol A.; Groffman, Peter; Breshears, David D.; Cardon, Zoe G.; Currie, William; Emanuel, William; Gaudinski, Julia; Jackson, Robert B.; Lajtha, Kate; Nadelhoffer, Knute; Nelson, David Jr.; Post, W. Mac; Retallack, Greg; Wielopski, Lucian. 2004. Carbon cycling in soil. Front Ecol. Environ. 2(10): 522-528.

Jones, Julia A.; Post, David A. 2004. Seasonal and successional streamflow response to forest cutting and regrowth in the northwest and eastern United States. Water Resources Research. 40: W05203, doi: 10.1029/2003WR002952.

Lindh, Briana; Muir, Patricia S. 2004. Understory vegetation in young Douglas-fir forests: Does thinning help restore old-growth composition? Forest Ecology and Management. 192: 285-296.

Lookingbill, Todd R.; Goldenberg, Neal E.; Williams, Brian H. 2004. Understory species as soil moisture indicators in Oregon's western Cascades old-growth forests. Northwest Science. 78(3): 214-224.

Moore, Georgianne W.; Bond, Barbara J.; Jones, Julia A.; Phillips, Nathan; Meinzer, Frederick C. 2004. Structural and compositional controls on transpiration in 40- and 450-year-old riparian forests in western Oregon, USA. Tree Physiology. 24: 481-491.

Pyle, Robert Michael. 2004. The long haul. Orion. September/October: 70-71.

Pypker, T. G.; Bond, B. J.; Unsworth, M. H. 2004. The role of epiphytes in the interception and evaporation of rainfall in old-growth Douglas-fir forests in the Pacific Northwest. In: The 26th conference on Agricultural and Forest Meteorology ; Vancouver, BC, Canada. Boston, MA: American Meteorological Society.

Unsworth, Michael H.; Bond, B. J.; Mix, A. C.; Pypker, T. G.; Mahrt, L. 2004. Nocturnal air drainage in forest canopies: A new way of studying physiological responses to the weather? In: The 26th conference on Agricultural and Forest Meteorology ; Vancouver, BC, Canada. Boston, MA: American Meteorological Society.

Weisberg, Peter J. 2004. Importance of non-stand-replacing fire for development of forest structure in the Pacific Northwest, USA. Forest Science. 50(2): 245-258.

Florida Coast Everglades

Borum, J., O. Pedersen, T. M. Greve, T. A. Frankovich, J. C. Zieman, J.W. Fourqurean and C. J. Madden. 2005. The potential role of plant oxygen and sulphide dynamics in die-off events of the tropical seagrass, Thalassia testudinum. Journal of Ecology 93(1): 148-158.

Daoust, R.J. and D.L.Childers, 2004. Ecological effects of low-level phosphorus additions on two plant communities in a neotropical freshwater wetland ecosystem. Oecologia 141:672-686.

Davis, S.E., J.E. Cable, D.L. Childers, C. Coronado-Molina, J.W. Day, C.D. Hittle, C.J. Madden, D. Rudnick, E. Reyes, F. Sklar, 2004. Importance of Episodic Storm Events in Controlling Ecosystem Structure and Function in a Gulf Coast Estuary. Journal of Coastal Research 20(4):1198-1208.

Ewe, S.M.L. and Sternberg L. da S.L. 2005. Growth and gas exchange patterns of the invasive exotic Schinus terebinthifolius contrasted with native species under controlled saline conditions. Trees. 19(2):119-128.

Mead, R.N., Y. Xu, J. Chong and R. Jaffé, 2005. Sedimentary organic matter source assessment in a sub-tropical wetland and estuarine environment using the molecular distribution and carbon isotopic composition of n-alkanes. Organic Geochemistry 36: 363-370.

Krauss, W.K, Doyle, Twilley, R. R., Smith T. J, Whelan K. R.T., Sullivan, J K. 2005. Woody Debris in the Mangrove Forests of South Florida. Biotropica 37(1): 9-15.

Maie, N., C.Y. Yang, T. Miyoshi, K. Parish, and R. Jaffé. 2005. Chemical characteristics of dissolved organic matter in an oligotrophic subtropical wetland/estuarine ecosystem. Limnology and Oceanography 50(1): 23-35.

Scully N.M., N. Maie, S. Dailey, J.N. Boyer, R.D. Jones and R. Jaffé, 2004. Photochemical and microbial transformation of plant derived dissolved organic matter in the Florida Everglades. Limnology & Oceanography 49(5): 1667-1678.

Stevenson, C. and D.L. Childers, 2004. Patterns of fish decomposition in an oligotrophic freshwater Everglades marsh. Wetlands 24(3): 529-537.

Georgia Coastal Ecosystem

Journal Articles

Cai, W.-J. and Dai, M., 2004. A Comment on "Enhanced open ocean storage of CO2 from shelf sea pumping". Science, 306: 1477c.

Cai, W.-J. et al., 2004. The biogeochemistry of inorganic carbon and nutrients in the Pearl River estuary and the adjacent Northern South China Sea. Continental Shelf Research, 24: 1301-1319.

Goranson, C.E., Ho, C.-K. and Pennings, S.C., 2004. Environmental gradients and herbivore feeding preferences in coastal salt marshes. 140: 591-600.

Magalhães, C.M., Joye, S.B., Moreira, R.M., Wiebe, W.J. and Bordalo, A.A., 2005. Salinity and inorganic nitrogen effects on nitrification and denitrification rates in intertidal sediments and rocky biofilms: Douro River estuary, Portugal. Water Research, in press.

Pennings, S.C. and Silliman, B.R., 2005. Linking biogeography and community ecology: latitudinal variation in plant-herbivore interaction strength. Ecology, in press.

Richards, C.L., Hamrick, J.L., Donovan, L.L. and Mauricio, R., 2004. Unexpectedly high clonal diversity of two salt marsh perennials across a severe environmental gradient. Ecology Letters, 2004(7): 1155-1162.

Richards, C.L., Pennings, S.C. and Donovan, L.A., 2004. Community-wide patterns of phenotypic variation in salt marsh plants. Plant Ecology, in press.

Salgado, C.S. and Pennings, S.C., 2005. Latitudinal variation in palatability of salt-marsh plants: are differences constitutive? Ecology, in press.

Snyder, M., Taillefert, M. and Ruppel, C.D., 2004. Redox zonation at the saline-influenced boundaries of a permeable surficial aquifer: effects of physical forcing on the biogeochemical cycling of iron and manganese. 296: 164-178.

Wang, Z. and Cai, W.-J., 2004. Carbon dioxide degassing and inorganic carbon export from a marsh dominated estuary (the Duplin River): A marsh CO2 pump. Limnology & Oceanography, 49(2): 341-352.

Zimmer, M., Pennings, S.C., Buck, T.L. and Carefoot, T.H., 2004. Salt Marsh Litter and Detritivores: A Closer Look at Redundancy. Estuaries, 27(5): 753-769.

Book Sections

Blanton, J.O., Andrade, F. and Adelaide Ferreira, M., 2005. The Relationship of Hydrodynamics and Morphology in Tidal-Creek and Salt-Marsh Systems in South Carolina and Georgia. In: G.S. Kleppel, M.R. DeVoe and M.V. Rawson (Editors), Implications of changing land use patterns to coastal ecosystems. Springer-Verlag, New York, NY.

Craft, C.B., 2005. Natural and constructed wetlands. In: M.G. Anderson (Editor), Encyclopedia of Hydrological Sciences. John Wiley and Sons, New York.

Kohlmeyer, J., Volkmann-Kohlmeyer, B. and Newell, S.Y., 2004. Marine and estuarine mycelial Eumycota and Oomycota. In: G.M. Mueller, G.F. Bills and M.S. Foster (Editors), Biodiversity of Fungi. Inventory and Monitoring Methods. Elsevier Academic Press, Amsterdam, pp. 533-545.

Newell, S.Y., Lyons, J.I. and Moran, M.A., 2005. A saltmarsh decomposition system and its ascomycetous laccase genes. In: G. Gadd, P. Dyer and S. Watkinson (Editors), Fungi in the Environment. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK.

Pennings, S.C. and Borneman, E.H., 2005. Indirect effects of interactions among species on coral reefs, Life and death of coral reefs. Chapman & Hall, London.

Pomeroy, L.R. and Cai, W.-J., 2005. Oxygen, carbon dioxide, and estuarine condition. In: G.S. Kleppel, M.R. DeVoe and M.V. Rawson (Editors). Springer-Verlag, New York.


Albers, G., 2004. Applications of Island Biogeography: Plant Diversity and Soil Characteristics Among Back-Barrier Islands Near Sapelo Island, Georgia. M.S. Thesis, University of Georgia, Athens, Georgia.

McFarlin, C.R., 2004. Impact of Fertilization on a Salt Marsh Food Web in Georgia. M.S. Thesis, University of Georgia, Athens, Georgia, 127pp. pp.

Ogburn, M., 2004. Investigations of salt marsh die-back in coastal Georgia. M.S. Thesis, University of Georgia, Athens, Georgia.

Richards, C.L., 2004. Evolution in closely adjacent salt marsh environments. Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Georgia, Athens, GA, 141pp. pp.

Salgado, C., 2004. Latitudinal variation in palatability of salt marsh plants: Constitutive or induced? M.S. Thesis, University of Houston, Houston, TX.

Thoresen, M., 2004. Temporal and spatial variation in seston available to oysters and the contribution of benthic diatoms to their diet in the Duplin River, Georgia. M.S. Thesis, University of Georgia, Athens, Georgia.

White, S.N., 2004. Spartina species zonation along an estuarine gradient in Georgia: Exploring mechanisms controlling distribution. M.S. Thesis, University of Georgia, Athens, Georgia.

Kellogg Biological Station

Holdaway-Dopp, H.A. 2003. Changes in microbial community responses to gradients of carbon, nitrogen, and wetting cycles in concentric layers of soil macro-aggregates. MS Theses, Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan, USA.

Morris, S. J., and G. P. Robertson. 2005. Linking function between scales of resolution. Pages 13-26 in J. Dighton, P. V. Oudemans, and J. F. White, eds. The Fungal Community, 3rd Ed. Marcel Dekker, New York, New York, USA.

Kosola, K. R., D. M. Durall, G. P. Robertson, D. I. Dickmann, D. Parry, C. A. Russell, and E. A. Paul. 2004. Resilience of mycorrhizal fungi on defoliated and fertilized hybrid poplars. Canadian Journal of Botany 82: 671-680.

Robertson, G. P., and S. M. Swinton. 2005. Reconciling agricultural productivity and environmental integrity: A grand challenge for agriculture. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 3: 38-46.

Russell, C. A., K. R. Kosola, E. A. Pa ul, and G. P. Robertson. 2004. Nitrogen cycling in poplar stands defoliated by insects. Biogeochemistry 68: 365-381.


Angulo-Sandoval, P., H. Fernandez-Marin, J. K. Zimmerman, and T. M. Aide. 2004. Changes in patterns of understory leaf phenology and herbivory following hurricane damage. Biotropica 36:60-67.

Bloch, C. P. 2004. Long-term responses of snail populations and communities to disturbance in the Luquillo Experimental Forest, Puerto Rico. Ph. D. Dissertation. Texas Tech University, Lubbock, Texas.

Brokaw, N., S. Fraver, J. S. Grear, J. Thompson, J. K. Zimmerman, R. B. Waide, E. M. E. III, S. P. Hubbell, R. Condit, and R. B. Foster. 2004. Disturbance and canopy structure in two tropical forests. in E. Losos and J. E. G. Leigh, editors. Tropical Forest Diversity and Dynamism: Results from a Long-Term Tropical Forest Network. The University of Chicago Press.

Cantrell, S. A. 2004. Sampling methods to study discomycetes diversity in a subtropical rain forest. Caribbean Journal of Science 40:8-16.

Cantrell, S. A., T. Iturriaga, and D. H. Pfister. 2004. An updated checklist of the discomycetes for the Dominican Republic and the Caribbean Region. Caribbean Journal of Science 40:139-144.

Chambers, J. Q., and W. L. Silver. 2004. Some ecophysiological and biogeochemical responses of tropical forests to atmospheric change. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society 359:463-476.

Covich, A.P., K.C. Ewel, R.O. Hall, P.G. Giller, D. M. Merritt, and W. Goedkoop. 2004. Ecosystem services provided by freshwater benthos. Chapter 3, pp.45-72, IN: D. H. Wall (ed.) Sustain ing Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services in Soils and Sediments. Island Press, Washington, D.C.

Covich, A.P., M.C. Austen, F. Barlocher, E. Chauvet, B.J. Cardinale, C.L. Biles, P. Inchausti, O. Dangles, M. Solan, M.O. Gessner, B. Statzner and B. Moss. 2004. The role of biodiversity in the functioning of freshwater and marine benthic ecosystems. BioScience 54: 767-775.

Dodds, W. K., E. Martí, J. L. Tank, J. Pontius, S. K. Hamilton, N. B. Grimm, W. B. Bowden, W. H. McDowell, B. J. Peterson, H. M. Valett, J. R. Webster, and S. Gregory. 2004. Carbon and nitrogen stoichiometry and nitrogen cycling rates in streams. Oecologia 140:458-467.

Erickson, H. E., and G. Ayala. 2004. Hurricane-induced nitrous oxide fluxes from a wet tropical forest. Global Change Biology 10:1155-1162.

Fernández-Marín, H., J. K. Zimmerman, and W. T. Wcislo. 2004. Ecological traits and evolutionary sequence of nest establishment in fungus-growing ants (Hymenoptera, Formicidae, Attini). Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 81:39-48.

Finical, L., J. Sharpe, and X. M. Zou. 2004. Understory fern responses to post-hurricane fertilization and debris removal in a Puerto Rican rain forest. Journal of Tropical Ecology 20:173-181.

Fonte, S. J., and T. D. Schowalter. 2004. Decomposition of Greenfall vs. Senescent Foliage in a tropical Forest ecosystem in Puerto Rico. Biotropica 36:474-482.

Grau, H. R., T. M. Aide, J. K. Zimmerman, and J. R. Thomlinson. 2004. Trends and scenarios of the carbon budget in post-agriculture Puerto Rico (1936-2060). Global Change Biology 10:1163-1179.

Halleck, L. F., J. M. Sharpe, and X. Zou. 2004. Understorey fern responses to post-hurricane fertilization and debris removal in a Puerto Rican rain forest. Journal of Tropical Ecology 20:173-181.

Lugo, A. E., W. L. Silver, and S. M. Colón. 2004. Biomass and nutrient dynamics of restored tropical forests. Water, Air and Soil Pollution 4:731-746.

McGroddy, M., W. L. Silver, and J. R. Cosme de Oliviera. 2004. The effect of phosphorus availability on decomposition dynamics in a seasonal lowland Amazonian forest. Ecosystems 7:172-179.

Ortiz-Zayas, J. R., and F. N. Scatena. 2004. Integrated water resources management in the Luquillo Mountains, Puerto Rico: An Evolving process. Journal of Water Resources Development. (HELP) 20:387-398.

Pascarella, J. B., T. M. Aide, and J. K. Zimmerman. 2004. Short-term response of secondary forests to hurricane disturbance in Puerto Rico, USA. Forest Ecology and Management 199:379-393.

Pringle, C. M. 2004. The need for a more predictive understanding of hydrologic connectivity. Aquatic Conservation 13:467-471.

Pringle, C. M. 2004. What is hydrologic connectivity and why is it ecologically important? Hydrological Processes 17:2685-2689.

Richardson, B. A. 2004. Tank Bromeliads: Faunal Ecology. Pages 195- 198 in M. D. Lowman and H. B. Rinker, editors. Forest Canopies - 2nd Edition. Elsevier Academic Press, Burlington MA.

Ruan, H. H., X. M. Zou, F. N. Scatena, and J. K. Zimmerman. 2004. Asynchronous fluctuation of soil microbial biomass and plant litterfall in a tropical wet forest. Plant and Soil 260:147-154.

Sánchez, Y., and X. M. Zou. 2004. Plant influences on native and exotic earthworms during secondary succession in old tropical pastures. 48:215-226.

Schellekens, J., F. N. Scatena, L. A. Bruijnzeel, A. I. J. M. v. Dijk, M. M. A. Groen, and R. J. P. v. Hoogezand. 2004. Stormflow generation in a small rain-forest catchment in the Luquillo Experimental Forest, Puerto Rico. Hydrological Processes 18:505-530.

Silver, W. L., L. Kueppers, A. E. Lugo, R. Ostertag, and V. Matzek. 2004. Carbon sequestration and plant community dynamics with reforestation of tropical pasture. Ecological Applications 14:1115-1127.

Silver, W. L., A. W. Thompson, M. E. McGroddy, R. K. Varner, J. R. Robertson, J. D. Dias, H. Silva, P. Crill, and M. Keller. 2005. Fine roots dynamics and trace gas fluxes in two lowland tropical forest soils. Global Change Biology 11:290-360.

Thompson, J., N. Brokaw, J. K. Zimmerman, R. B. Waide, E. M. E. III, and D. A. Schaefer. 2004. Luquillo Forest Dynamics Plot. Pages 540-550 in E. Losos and J. E. G. Leigh, editors. Tropical Forest Diversity and Dynamism: Findings from a Large Scale Plot Network. University of Chicago Press, Chicago, USA.

Uriarte, M., C. D. Canham, J. Thompson, and J. K. Zimmerman. 2004. A maximum-likelihood, spatially explicit analysis of tree growth and survival in a tropical forest. Ecological Monographs 74:591-614.

Uriarte, M., L. W. Rivera, J. K. Zimmerman, T. M. Aide, A. G. Power, and A. S. Flecker. 2004. Effects of land use history on hurricane damage and recovery in a neotropical forest. Plant Ecology 174:49-58.

Wang, H., and C. A. S. Hall. 2004. Modeling the effects of hurricane Hugo on spatial and temporal variation in primary productivity and soil carbon and nitrogen in the Luquillo Experimental Forest, Puerto Rico. Plant and Soil 263:69-84.

North Temperate Lakes

Bade, D.L., S.R. Carpenter, J.J. Cole, P.C. Hanson, and R.H. Hesslein. 2004. Controls of d13C-DIC in lakes: Geochemistry, lake metabolism, and morphometry. Limnology and Oceanography 49:1160-1172

Cabot, P.E., S.K. Bowen, and P. Nowak. 2004. Manure management in urbanizing settings. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation 59:235-243

Cardille, J., M.T. Coe, J.A. Vano. 2004. Impacts of Climate Variation and Catchment Area on Water Balance and Lake Hydrologic Type in Groundwater-Dominated Systems: A Generic Lake Model. Earth Interactions 8:1-24

Carpenter, S. R. and W. A. Brock. 2004. Spatial complexity, resilience and policy diversity: fishing on lake-rich landscapes. Ecology and Society 9:8

Folke, C., S. Carpenter, B. Walker, M. Scheffer, T. Elmqvist, L. Gunderson and C.S. Holling. 2004. Regime shifts, resilience and biodiversity in ecosystem management. Annual Review of Ecology Evolution and Systematics 35:557-581

Graham, J.M., A.D. Kent, A. C. Lauster, A.C. Yannarell, L.E. Graham, E.W. Triplett. 2004. Seasonal dynamics of phytoplankton and planktonic protozoan communities in a northern temperate humic lake: diversity in a dinoflagellate dominated system. Microbial Ecology 48:528-540

Haight,R.G., D.T. Cleland, R. B. Hammer, V. C. Radeloff and T.S. Rupp. 2004. Assessing fire risk in the wildand urban interface a landscape ecosystem approach. Journal of Forestry 102:41-48

Hammer, Roger B., Volker C. Radeloff, Susan I. Stewart, Richelle Winkler and Paul R. Voss. 2004. Characterizing spatial and temporal residential density patterns across the Midwest, 1940-1990. Landscape and Urban Planning 69:183-199

Hanson, P. C., A. Pollard, D. L. Bade, K. Predick, S.R. Carpenter, and J. Foley. 2004. A model of carbon evasion and sedimentation in temperate lakes. Global Change Biology 10:1285-1298

Johnson, P.T.J., D.R. Sutherland, J.M. Kinsella, K.B. Lunde. 2004. Review of the trematode genus Ribeiroia (Psilostomidae): Ecology, life history and pathogenesis with special emphasis on the amphibian malformation problem. Advances in Parasitology 57:191-253

Kent, A.D., Jones, S.E., Yannarell, A.C., Graham, J.M., Lauster, G.H., Kratz, T.K. and Triplett, E.W. 2004. Annual patterns in bacterioplankton community variability in a humic lake. Microbial Ecology 48:550-560

Kim, E., L. Wilcox, L. Graham, J. Graham. 2005. Genetically Distinct Populations of the Dinoflagellate Peridinium limbatum in Neighboring Northern Wisconsin Lakes. Microbial Ecology 48:521-527

Nowak, P. and P.E. Cabot. 2004. The human dimension of measuring the effectiveness of resource management programs. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation 59:128A-134A

Richmond, H.E., T. R. Hrabik and A. F.Mensinger. 2004. Foraging mechanisms of age-0 yellow perch (Perca flavescens). Journal of Fisheries Biology 65:195-205

Vander Zanden M.J., J.D. Olden, et al. 2004. Predicting occurences and impacts of smallmouth bass introductions in north temperate lakes. Ecological Applications 14:132-148

Walker, B., C. S. Holling, S. R. Carpenter, and A. Kinzig. 2004. Resilience, adaptability and transformability in social-ecological systems. Ecology and Society 9:5

Wilson, K.A., J.J. Magnuson, D.M. Lodge, A.M. Hill, T.K. Kratz, W.L. Perry, and T.V. Willis. 2004. A long-term rusty crayfish (Orconectes rusticus) invasion: dispersal patterns and community change in a north temperate lake. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 61:2255-2266

Yannarell, A.C. and E.W. Triplett. 2005. Geographic and environmental sources of variation in lake bacterial community composition. Applied & Environmental Microbiology 71:227-239

Yannarell, A.C., and E.W. Triplett. 2004. Within- and between-lake variability in the composition of bacterioplankton communities: investigations using multiple spatial scales. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 70:214-223

Yannarell, A.C., A.D. Kent, G.L. Lauster, T.K. Kratz, and E.W. Triplett. 2004. Temporal patterns in bacterial communities in three temperate lakes of different trophic status. Microbial Ecology 46:391-405

Yeates, P.S. and J. Imberger. 2004. Pseudo two-dimensional simulations of internal and boundary fluxes in stratified lakes and reservoirs. International Journal of River Basin Management 1:1-23

Yuan, H.L. and C.H. Wu. 2004. A two-dimensional vertical non-hydrostatic sigma model with an implicit method for free-surface flows. International Journal for Numerical Methods in Fluids 8:811-835

Yuan, H.L. and C.H. Wu. 2004. An implicit three-dimensional fully non-hydrostatic model for free-surface flows. International Journal for Numerical Methods in Fluids 7:709-733

Books / Book Chapters

Rasmussen, J.B. and M.J. Vander Zanden. 2004. The variation of lake food webs across the landscape and its effect on contaminant dynamics. In Food Webs at the Land scape Level. University of Chicago Press.

Vander Zanden M.J., K.A. Wilson et al. 2004. Species introductions and their impacts in North American shield lakes. In Boreal Shield Watersheds: Lake Trout Ecosystems in a Changing Environment. J.M. Gunn, R.A. Ryder and R.J. Steedman, CRC Press, p. 185-188.

Vander Zanden, M.J. and D.M. Sanzone. 2004. Food web subsidies at the land-water ecotone. In Food Webs at the Landscape Level. G.A. Polis, M.E. Power and G.R. Huxel, University of Chicago Press, p. 185-188.

Shortgrass Steppe

Journal Articles:

Lauenroth, W. K., H. E. Epstein, J. M. Paruelo, I. C. Burke, M.R. Aguiar, and O. E. Sala. 2004. Potential effects of climate change on the temperate zones of North and South America. Revista Chilena de Historia Natural 77 (3):439-453.

Loik, M.E., D.D. Breshears, W.K. Lauenroth, and J.Belnap. 2004. "A multi-scale perspective of water pulses in dryland ecosystems: climatology and ecohydrology of the western USA." Oecologia 141: 269 - 281.

Lowell, J.L., D.M. Wagner, B. Atshabar, M. Antolin, A.J. Vogler, P. Keim, M.C. Chu, and K.L. Gage. 2005. "Identifying sources of human exposure to plague." Journal of Clinical Microbiology 43:650-656.

Pepper, D.A., S.J. DelGrosso, R.E. McMurtrie, and W.J. Parton. 2005. "Simulated carbon sink response of shortgrass steppe, tallgrass prairie and forest ecosystems to rising [CO2], temperature and nitrogen input." Global Biogeochemical Cycles 19(1): GB1004, doi:10.1029/2004GB002226.

Rebollo, S., D.G. Milchunas, and I. Noy-Meir. 2005. "Refuge effects of a cactus in grazed shortgrass steppe under different productivity, grazing intensity and cactus clump structure." Journal of Vegetation Science 16:85-92.

Roberts, L.M., R.L. McCulley, I.C. Burke, and W.K. Lauenroth. 2004. "Indications of deep soil water usage by limber pine (Pinus flexilis) and skunkbush sumac (Rhus aromatica) in northeastern Colorado: An oxygen isotope study." American Midland Naturalist 152: 178 - 182.

Book Chapters:

Baron, J.S., S.J. Del Grosso, D.S. Ojima, D.M. Theobald, and W.J. Parton. 2004. "Nitrogen emissions along the Colorado Front Range: Response to population growth, land and water use change, and agriculture." In: DeFries, R. and Asner, G. (Eds), Ecosystem Interactions with Land Use Change, American Geophysical Union, Washington D.C., p. 117-128.

Kelly E.F., and C.M. Yonker. 2004. "Soil Forming Factors/Time." In: D. Hillel, (Ed.) The Encyclopedia Soils in the Environment., Elsevier Ltd., Oxford, U.K. V1:536-539.

Morgan, J.A. 2005. "Rising atmospheric CO2 and global climate change: management implications for grazing lands.". In: S.G. Reynolds and J. Frame (Eds), Grasslands: Developments Opportunities Perspectives. FAO and Science Pub. Inc., p. 245-272

Pendall, E., J.Y. King, A.R. Mosier, J.A. Morgan, and D.G. Milchunas. 2005. "Stable isotope constraints on net ecosystem production under elevated CO2." In: L.B. Flanagan, J.R. Ehleringer, and D.E. Pataki. (Eds) Stable Isotopes and Biosphere-atmosphere Interactions: processes and biological controls. Elsevier, San Diego, p. 182-198.


Alfieri, JG, PD Blankman, J Morgan, D Smith, D LeCain, J Wolchansky, RL Grossman. 2005. A comparison of the bowen ratio energy balance and Eddy covariance methods for determining surface fluxes over Shortgrass Steppe.

Beltran-Przekurat, A, RA Pielke, Sr., JA Morgan, D LeCain and D Smith. 2005. Land-atmosphere interactions in semiarid areas: examples from Shortgrass Steppe and Jornada LTER sites.

Blecker, SW, SE Melzer-Drinnen, CM Yonker, and EF Kelly. 2005. The role of plants in regulating the biogeochemistry of silica in temperate grassland ecosystems of the mid-continent of North America.

Darden, SK and T Dabelsteen. 2005. Mediation of spatial organization in the Swift Fox: Preliminary observations.

Dye, JL and MR Banta. 2005. Historical and current trapping records for heteromyid rodents in northern Colorado.

Flynn, RL and NE Kaplan. 2005. GIS Data and tools available at the SGS-LTER.

Grant, DW, SJ Del Grosso, WJ Parton, JD Reeder, and JA Morgan. 2005. Drought and grazing interaction and recovery in Shortgrass Steppe: a DAYCENT modeling analysis.

Hanan, N, T Peterson, JA Morgan, JD Reeder, IC Burke, and K Paustian. 2005. Land-use impacts on carbon and water flux on the Shortgrass Steppe in eastern Colorado: Preliminary results.

Hardwicke, KB and JK Detling. 2005. Species interactions across three trophic levels: Cynomys ludovicianus colonies increase floral visitation by insects.

Heisler, JL and AK Knapp. 2005. Ecosystem response to climate change: sensitivity of grassland ecosystems across the Great Plains to variability in precipitation.

Kelly, EF, IC Burke, MF Antolin, WK Lauenroth, JC Moore, JA Morgan, JK Detling, DG Milchunas, AR Mosier, WJ Parton, KH Paustian, RA Pielke, and PA Stapp. 2005. Shortgrass Steppe Long Term Ecological Research.

Kelly, EF, NE Kaplan and CM Yonker. 2005. LTER: Long Term Ecological Research Network.

LeCain, D, JA Morgan, and F Miglietta. 2005. Gradient FACE: a new free air CO2 enrichment (FACE) system on native prairie.

Moore, J, L Reinswold, and R Wang. 2005. Environmental education and outreach for secondary Native American educators and students.

Munson, SM and WK Lauenroth. 2005. Long-term response of shortgrass steppe vegetation to removal of Bouteloua gracilis.

Morgan, NK, P Newman, and GN Wallace. 2005. Recreational shooting on the Pawnee National Grassland: A qualitative case study.

Quirk, MH, JC Moore, H Horton, R Simpson, D Swift, L Hartley, and C Seemueller. 2005. Colorado Front Range GK-12 connecting kids and ecology - teachers and researchers.

Rondeau, R. 2005. Longevity of Cow Fecal Pats.

Sherry, J, L Riedel, D D’Amico, A Armstrong, A Pelster, M Bowes, M Gershman, and H Swanson. 2005. Mapping grassland vegetation in the urban/wildland interface: Ecological information for integrating management goals.

Smith, DP, JA Morgan, DR LeCain, TG Gilmanov, NZ Saliendra, M Weltz, JD Reeder, and WJ Parton. 2005. Shortgrass Steppe ecosystem productivity.

Stapp, P, AL Benson, JA Holm, and CD Cannon. 2005. Patterns of small mammal abundance in prairie dog colonies in Shortgrass Steppe: effects of plague.

Wolchansky, J, PD Blanken, JA Morgan, D Smith, J Alfieri, and R Grossman. 2005. Effect of grazing on soil temperature and moisture on the Shortgrass Steppe.

Yackel Adams, AA, SK Skagenm and JA Savidge. 2005. Modeling post-fledgling survival of a grassland bird in response to drought.