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Center for Conservation Biology



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2014

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  • Garland, T., Jr. 2014. Locomotion. 129-136 in A. M. Castilla, D.J. Al-Kubaisi, C. Davies, A. Mushtak, W.J. Al-Marri, S. Al-Naimi, E.A. Al-Obaidli, A. Valdeón, E.O.H. Saifelnasr, M. Al-Yafei, A.J. Alkuwari, and A. A. M. Al-Hemaidi. The lizards living in Qatar. Ministry of Environment (Qatar), Doha, Qatar.
  • Bledsoe, C. S., M. F. Allen, and D. Southworth. 2014. Beyond Mutualism: Complex Mycorrhizal Interactions. Pages 311–334 in U. Luttge, W. Beyschlag, and J. Cushman, editors. Progress in Botany 75. Springer-Verlag Berlin, Berlin.
  • Hernandez, R. R., S. B. Easter, M. L. Murphy-Mariscal, F. T. Maestre, M. Tavassoli, E. B. Allen, C. W. Barrows, J. Belnap, R. Ochoa-Hueso, S. Ravi, and M. F. Allen. 2014. Environmental impacts of utility-scale solar energy. Renewable & Sustainable Energy Reviews 29:766–779.

2013

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  • Allen, M. F., and K. Kitajima. 2013. In situ high-frequency observations of mycorrhizas. New Phytologist 200:222–228.
  • Barrows, C. W., H. Gadsden, M. Fisher, C. Garcia-De la Pena, G. Castaneda, and H. Lopez-Corrujedo. 2013. Patterns of lizard species richness within National Parks and Biosphere Reserves across North America’s deserts. Journal of Arid Environments 95:41–48.
  • Clow, D. W., H. Forrester, B. Miller, H. Roop, J. O. Sickman, H. Ryu, and J. S. Domingo. 2013. Effects of Stock Use and Backpackers on Water Quality in Wilderness in Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks, USA. Environmental Management 52:1400–1414.
  • Dickens, S. J. M., E. B. Allen, L. S. Santiago, and D. Crowley. 2013. Exotic annuals reduce soil heterogeneity in coastal sage scrub soil chemical and biological characteristics. Soil Biology & Biochemistry 58:70–81.
  • Ellstrand NC, Meirmans P, Rong J, Bartsch D, Ghosh A, de Jong T, Haccou P, Lu BR, Snow AA, Stewart Jr. CN, Strasburg JL, van Tienderen PH, Vrieling K, Hooftman D. 2013. Introgression of crop alleles into wild or weedy populations. Annual Review of Ecology, Evolution, and Systematics 44: 325-346.
  • Estrada-Medina, H., R. C. Graham, M. F. Allen, J. Jose Jimenez-Osornio, and S. Robles-Casolco. 2013a. The importance of limestone bedrock and dissolution karst features on tree root distribution in northern Yucatan, Mexico. Plant and Soil 362:37–50.
  • Estrada-Medina, H., L. S. Santiago, R. C. Graham, M. F. Allen, and J. Jose Jimenez-Osornio. 2013b. Source water, phenology and growth of two tropical dry forest tree species growing on shallow karst soils. Trees-Structure and Function 27:1297–1307.
  • Garcia-Verdugo, C., E. Friar, and L. S. Santiago. 2013. Ecological Role of Hybridization in Adaptive Radiations: A Case Study in the Dubautia Arborea-Dubautia Ciliolata (asteraceae) Complex. International Journal of Plant Sciences 174:749–759.
  • Hernandez, R. R., and M. F. Allen. 2013. Diurnal patterns of productivity of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi revealed with the Soil Ecosystem Observatory. New Phytologist 200:547–557.
  • Holt JS, Welles SR, Silvera K, Heap IM, Heredia SM, Martinez-Berdeja A, Palenscar KT, Sweet LC, Ellstrand NC. 2013. Taxonomic and life history bias in herbicide resistant weeds: implications for deployment of resistant crops. PLoS ONE 8(9): e71916.
  • Hufford MB, Lubinsky P, Pyhäjärvi T, Devengenzo MT, Ellstrand NC, Ross-Ibarra J. 2013. The genomic signature of crop-wild introgression in maize. PLoS Genetics 9(5): e1003477
  • Leak-Garcia, J., J. S. Holt, S.-C. Kim, L. Mu, J. A. Mejias, and N. C. Ellstrand. 2013a. More than multiple introductions: Multiple taxa contribute to the genesis of the invasive California’s wild artichoke thistle. Journal of Systematics and Evolution 51:295–307.
  • Leak-Garcia, J., J. S. Holt, S.-C. Kim, L. Mu, J. A. Mejias, and N. C. Ellstrand. 2013b. More than multiple introductions: Multiple taxa contribute to the genesis of the invasive California’s wild artichoke thistle (vol 51, pg 295, 2013). Journal of Systematics and Evolution 51:639–639.
  • Molina-Martinez, A., J. Leonel Leon-Cortes, and H. M. Regan. 2013. Climatic and geometric constraints as driving factors of butterfly species richness along a Neotropical elevational gradient. Journal of Insect Conservation 17:1169–1180.
  • Pietrasiak, N., J. U. Regus, J. R. Johansen, D. Lam, J. L. Sachs, and L. S. Santiago. 2013. Biological soil crust community types differ in key ecological functions. Soil Biology & Biochemistry 65:168–171.
  • Prentice, T. R., and R. A. Redak. 2013. A new species of the spider genus Eridantes Crosby & Bishop from the southwestern United States and mainland Mexico with a revised diagnosis of the genus (Araneae, Linyphiidae, Erigoninae). Zootaxa 3616:357–366.
  • Robinson, M. D., and C. W. Barrows. 2013. Namibian and North American sand-diving lizards. Journal of Arid Environments 93:116–125.
  • Santiago, L. S., and S. M. Furiam Dias. 2013. Matrix of sustainability indicatorsfor the urban solid waste management. Engenharia Sanitaria E Ambiental 17:203–212.
  • Shen, Y., L. S. Santiago, L. Ma, G.-J. Lin, J.-Y. Lian, H.-L. Cao, and W.-H. Ye. 2013. Forest dynamics of a subtropical monsoon forest in Dinghushan, China: recruitment, mortality and the pace of community change. Journal of Tropical Ecology 29:131–145.
  • Sickman, J. O., D. M. Bennett, D. M. Lucero, T. J. Whitmore, and W. F. Kenney. 2013. Diatom-inference models for acid neutralizing capacity and nitrate based on 41 calibration lakes in the Sierra Nevada, California, USA. Journal of Paleolimnology 50:159–174.
  • Syphard, A. D., H. M. Regan, J. Franklin, R. M. Swab, and T. C. Bonebrake. 2013. Does functional type vulnerability to multiple threats depend on spatial context in Mediterranean-climate regions? Diversity and Distributions 19:1263–1274.

2012

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  • Albertin, A. R., J. O. Sickman, A. Pinowska, and R. J. Stevenson. 2012. Identification of nitrogen sources and transformations within karst springs using isotope tracers of nitrogen. Biogeochemistry 108:219–232.
  • Barrows, C. W. 2012. Temporal Patterns of Abundance of Arthropods on Sand Dunes. Southwestern Naturalist 57:262–266.
  • Barrows, C.W. and M.L. Murphy-Mariscal. 2012. Modeling impacts of climate change on Joshua trees at their southern boundary: How scale impacts predictions. Journal of Biological Conservation. 152: 29-36.
  • Chavez NB, Flores JJ, Martin J, Ellstrand NC, Guadagnuolo R, Heredia S, Welles S. 2012. Maize x teosinte hybrid cobs do not prevent crop gene introgression. 2012. Economic Botany 66:132-137.
  • Conlisk, E., D. Lawson, A. D. Syphard, J. Franklin, L. Flint, A. Flint, and H. M. Regan. 2012. The Roles of Dispersal, Fecundity, and Predation in the Population Persistence of an Oak (Quercus engelmannii) under Global Change. Plos One 7:e36391.
  • Dempewolf H, Hodgins KA, Rummell SE, Ellstrand NC, Rieseberg LH. 2012. Reproductive isolation during domestication. The Plant Cell 24 7:2710-2717.
  • Ellstrand NC. 2012. Over a decade of crop transgenes out-of-place. In Regulation of Agricultural Biotechnology: the United States and Canada. ed CA Wozniak, A McHughen, pp. 123-135.
  • Estrada-Medina, H., R.C. Graham, M.F. Allen, J.J. Jiménez-Osornio, and S. Robles-Casolco. 2012 In press. The importance of limestone bedrock and dissolution karst features on tree root distribution in northern Yucatán, México. Plant and Soil DOI 10.1007/s11104- 012-1175-x
  • Hernandez, R. R., M. S. Mayernik, M. L. Murphy-Mariscal, and M. F. Allen. 2012. Advanced Technologies and Data Management Practices in Environmental Science: Lessons from Academia. Bioscience 62:1067–1076.
  • Holt, J. S. 2012. Landscapes and townscapes of North Craven: insights from the archives. Agricultural History Review 60:136–136.
  • Ignacio Querejeta, J., L. M. Egerton-Warburton, I. Prieto, R. Vargas, and M. F. Allen. 2012. Changes in soil hyphal abundance and viability can alter the patterns of hydraulic redistribution by plant roots. Plant and Soil 355:63–73.
  • Iverson, C.M., M.T. Murphy, M.F. Allen, J. Childs, D.M. Eissenstadt, E.A. Lilleskov, T.M. Sarjala, V.L. Sloan and P.E. Sullivan. 2012. Advancing the use of minirhizotrons in wetlands. Plant and Soil 352: 23-39.
  • Jepsen, S. M., N. P. Molotch, M. W. Williams, K. E. Rittger, and J. O. Sickman. 2012a. Interannual variability of snowmelt in the Sierra Nevada and Rocky Mountains, United States: Examples from two alpine watersheds. Water Resources Research 48:W02529.
  • Jepsen, S. M., N. P. Molotch, M. W. Williams, K. E. Rittger, and J. O. Sickman. 2012b. Interannual variability of snowmelt in the Sierra Nevada and Rocky Mountains, United States: Examples from two alpine watersheds (vol 48, W02529, 2012). Water Resources Research 48:W05901.
  • Ladwig, L.M., S.L. Collins, A.L. Swann, Y. Xia, M.F. Allen and E.B. Allen. 2012. Above- and belowground responses to nitrogen addition in a Chihuahuan desert grassland. Oecologia 169: 177-185.
  • Latif, Q. S., K. D. Fleming, C. Barrows, and J. T. Rotenberry. 2012. Modeling seasonal detection patterns for burrowing owl surveys. Wildlife Society Bulletin 36:155–160. .
  • Lawson, D. M., H. M. Regan, P. H. Zedler, and J. Franklin. 2012. Cumulative effects of land use, altered fire regime and climate change on persistence of Ceanothus verrucosus, a rare, fire-dependent plant species (vol 16, pg 25187, 2010). Global Change Biology 18:2980–2980.
  • Leak-Garcia JA, Holt JS, Kim S-C, Mu L, Mejías JA, Ellstrand NC. 2012. More than multiple introductions: Multiple taxa contribute to the genesis of the invasive California's wild artichoke thistle. Journal of Systematics and Evolution 51: 295-307.
  • Martinez-Abrain, A., G. Tavecchia, H. M. Regan, J. Jimenez, M. Surroca, and D. Oro. 2012. Effects of wind farms and food scarcity on a large scavenging bird species following an epidemic of bovine spongiform encephalopathy. Journal of Applied Ecology 49:109–117.
  • Marushia, R. G., M. L. Brooks, and J. S. Holt. 2012. Phenology, Growth, and Fecundity as Determinants of Distribution in Closely Related Nonnative Taxa. Invasive Plant Science and Management 5:217–229.
  • Pasquini, S. C., and L. S. Santiago. 2012. Nutrients limit photosynthesis in seedlings of a lowland tropical forest tree species. Oecologia 168:311–319.
  • Prentice, T. R., and R. A. Redak. 2012. Esophyllas, a new genus of erigonine spiders from southern California (Araneae: Linyphiidae: Erigoninae). Zootaxa:1–21.
  • Preston, K. L., R. A. Redak, M. F. Allen, and J. T. Rotenberry. 2012. Changing distribution patterns of an endangered butterfly: Linking local extinction patterns and variable habitat relationships. Biological Conservation 152:280–290.
  • Querejeta, J.I., L.M. Egerton-Warburton, I. Prieto, R. Vargas, and M.F. Allen. 2012. Changes in soil hyphal abundance and viability can alter the patterns of hydraulic redistribution by plant roots. Plant and Soil 355: 63-73.
  • Regan, H. M., A. D. Syphard, J. Franklin, R. M. Swab, L. Markovchick, A. L. Flint, L. E. Flint, and P. H. Zedler. 2012. Evaluation of assisted colonization strategies under global change for a rare, fire-dependent plant. Global Change Biology 18:936–947.
  • Santiago, L. S., S. J. Wright, K. E. Harms, J. B. Yavitt, C. Korine, M. N. Garcia, and B. L. Turner. 2012. Tropical tree seedling growth responses to nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium addition. Journal of Ecology 100:309–316.
  • Swab, R. M., H. M. Regan, D. A. Keith, T. J. Regan, and M. K. J. Ooi. 2012. Niche models tell half the story: spatial context and life-history traits influence species responses to global change. Journal of Biogeography 39:1266–1277.
  • Waterworth, R. A., R. A. Redak, and J. G. Millar. 2012. Probable Site of Sex Pheromone Emission in Female Vine and Obscure Mealybugs (Hemiptera: Pseudococcidae). Journal of Insect Behavior 25:287–296.
  • Wollwage, L., S. Fedick, S. Sedov, and E. Solleiro-Rebolledo. 2012. The Deposition and Chronology of Cenote T’isil: A Multiproxy Study of Human/Environment Interaction in the Northern Maya Lowlands of Southeast Mexico. Geoarchaeology-an International Journal 27:441–456.
  • Zhu YQ, Ellstrand NC, Lu BR. 2012. Sequence polymorphisms in wild, weedy, and cultivated rice suggest seed-shattering locus sh4 played a minor role in Asian rice domestication. Ecology and Evolution 9:2106-2113.

2011

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  • Allen, Michael F., McHughen, Alan: Solar Power in the Desert: Are the current large-scale solar developments really improving California’s environment? 2011.
  • Allen, E.B., R.J. Steers, et al.(2011). "Impacts of Fire and Invasive Species on Desert Soil Ecology." Rangeland Ecology & Management 64(5): 450-462.
  • Allen, M.F. (2011). "Linking water and nutrients through the vadose zone: a fungal interace between the soil and plant systems." Journal of Arid Land 3(3): 155-163.
  • Barrows, C.W. (2011). "Sensitivity to climate change for two reptiles at the Mojave-Sonoran Desert interfact
  • Barrows, C.W., K.D. Fleming, et al. (2011). "Identifying Habitat Linkages to Maintain Connectivity for Corridor Dwellers in a Fragmented Landscape." Journal of Wildlife Management 75(3): 682-691.
  • Colyvan, M., J. Justus, and H. M. Regan. 2011. The conservation game. Biological Conservation 144:1246–1253.
  • Cox, R.D. and E.B. Allen (2011). "The roles of exotic grasses and forbs when restoring native species to highly invaded southern California annual grassland." Plant Ecology 212(10): 1699-1707.
  • Flores-Delgadillo, L., S. L. Fedick, E. Solleiro-Rebolledo, S. Palacios-Mayorga, P. Ortega-Larrocea, S. Sedov, and E. Osuna-Ceja. 2011. A sustainable system of a traditional precision agriculture in a Maya homegarden: Soil quality aspects. Soil & Tillage Research 113:112–120.
  • Franklin, J., H. M. Regan, L. A. Hierl, D. H. Deutschman, B. S. Johnson, and C. S. Winchell. 2011. Planning, Implementing, and Monitoring Multiple-Species Habitat Conservation Plans. American Journal of Botany 98:559–571.
  • Hargrove, L. and J.T. Rotenberry (2011). "Spatial structure and dynamics of breeding bird populations at a distribution margin, southern California." Journal of Biogeography 38(9): 1708-1716.
  • Hasselquist, N.J., G.W. Douhan, et al. (2011). "First report of the ectomycorrhizal status of boletes on the Northern Yucatan Peninsual, Mexico determined using isotopic methods." Mychorrhiza 21(6): 465-471.
  • Holt, J. S. 2011. Liming and agriculture in the central Pennines. The use of lime in land improvement from the late thirteenth century to c.1900. Agricultural History Review 59:332–333.
  • Lambrecht, S. C., L. S. Santiago, C. M. DeVan, J. Carlos Cervera, C. M. Stripe, L. A. Buckingham, and S. C. Pasquini. 2011. Plant Water Status and Hydraulic Conductance During Flowering in the Southern California Coastal Sage Shrub Salvia Mellifera (lamiaceae). American Journal of Botany 98:1286–1292.
  • Li, J., J. Ban, and L. S. Santiago. 2011. Nonparametric Tests for Homogeneity of Species Assemblages: A Data Depth Approach. Biometrics 67:1481–1488.
  • Lopez-Medellin, X., E. Ezcurra, C. Gonzalez-Abraham, J. Hak, L. S. Santiago, and J. O. Sickman. 2011. Oceanographic anomalies and sea-level rise drive mangroves inland in the Pacific coast of Mexico. Journal of Vegetation Science 22:143–151.
  • Martinez-Abrain, A., H. M. Regan, C. Viedma, E. Villuendas, M. Angel Bartolome, J. Antonio Gomez, and D. Oro. 2011. Cost-Effectiveness of Translocation Options for a Threatened Waterbird. Conservation Biology 25:726–735.
  • Marushia, R.G. and E.B. Allen (2011). "Control of Exotic Annual Grasses to Restore Native Forbs in Abandoned Agricultural Land." Resotration Ecology 19(1): 45-54.
  • Mizerek, T., H. M. Regan, and K. A. Hovel. 2011. Seagrass habitat loss and fragmentation influence management strategies for a blue crab Callinectes sapidus fishery. Marine Ecology Progress Series 427:247–257.
  • Ochoa-Hueso, R., R.R. Hernandez, et al. (2011). "Spatial distribution and physiology of biological soil crusts from semi-arid central Spain are related to soil chemistry and shrub cover." Soil Biology & Biochemistry 43(9): 1894-1901.
  • Onoda, Y., M. Westoby, P. B. Adler, A. M. F. Choong, F. J. Clissold, J. H. C. Cornelissen, S. Diaz, N. J. Dominy, A. Elgart, L. Enrico, P. V. A. Fine, J. J. Howard, A. Jalili, K. Kitajima, H. Kurokawa, C. McArthur, P. W. Lucas, L. Markesteijn, N. Perez-Harguindeguy, L. Poorter, L. Richards, L. S. Santiago, E. E. Sosinski, S. A. Van Bael, D. I. Warton, I. J. Wright, S. J. Wright, and N. Yamashita. 2011. Global patterns of leaf mechanical properties. Ecology Letters 14:301–312.
  • Prentice, T.R., R.A. Redak, et al. (2011). "Survey methodology and distribution of a cryptic Jerusalem cricket species, Stenopehnatus cahuilaensis Tinkham (Orthoptera: Stenopelmatidae: Stenopelmatinae)." Pan-Pacific Entomologist 87(1): 1-14.
  • Rao, L.E., R.J. Steers, et al. (2011). "Effects of natural and anthropogenic gradients on native and exotic winter annuals in a southern California Desert." Plant Ecology 212(7): 1079-1089.
  • Regan, H. M., D. A. Keith, T. J. Regan, M. G. Tozer, and N. Tootell. 2011. Fire management to combat disease: turning interactions between threats into conservation management. Oecologia 167:873–882.
  • Solleiro-Rebolledo, E., H. V. Cabadas-Baez, P. T. Pi, A. Gonzalez, S. L. Fedick, J. A. Chmilar, and D. Leonard. 2011. Genesis of hydromorphic Calcisols in wetlands of the northeast Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico. Geomorphology 135:322–331.
  • Steers, R.J. (2011). "Rock Outcrops Harbor Native Perennials in Type-Converted Coastal Scrub." Western North American Naturalist 70(4): 516-525.
  • Steers, R.J., J.L. Funk, et al.(2011). "Can resource-use traits predict native vs. exotic plant success in carbon amended soils?" Ecological Applications 21(4): 1211-1224.
  • Stemke, J. A., and L. S. Santiago. 2011. Consequences of light absorptance in calculating electron transport rate of desert and succulent plants. Photosynthetica 49:195–200.
  • Syphard, A. D., K. C. Clarke, J. Franklin, H. M. Regan, and M. Mcginnis. 2011. Forecasts of habitat loss and fragmentation due to urban growth are sensitive to source of input data. Journal of Environmental Management 92:1882–1893.
  • Vicars, W. C., and J. O. Sickman. 2011. Mineral dust transport to the Sierra Nevada, California: Loading rates and potential source areas. Journal of Geophysical Research-Biogeosciences 116:G01018.
  • Waterworth, R. A., R. A. Redak, and J. G. Millar. 2011. Pheromone-Baited Traps for Assessment of Seasonal Activity and Population Densities of Mealybug Species (Hemiptera: Pseudococcidae) in Nurseries Producing Ornamental Plants. Journal of Economic Entomology 104:555–565.
  • Wright, S. J., J. B. Yavitt, N. Wurzburger, B. L. Turner, E. V. J. Tanner, E. J. Sayer, L. S. Santiago, M. Kaspari, L. O. Hedin, K. E. Harms, M. N. Garcia, and M. D. Corre. 2011. Potassium, phosphorus, or nitrogen limit root allocation, tree growth, or litter production in a lowland tropical forest. Ecology 92:1616–1625.
  • Xia, H.-B., H. Xia, N. C. Ellstrand, C. Yang, and B.-R. Lu. 2011. Rapid evolutionary divergence and ecotypic diversification of germination behavior in weedy rice populations. New Phytologist 191:1119–1127.

2010

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  • Allen, M. F., E. B. Allen, J. L. Lansing, K. S. Pregitzer, R. L. Hendrick, R. W. Ruess, and S. L. Collins. 2010. Responses to chronic N fertilization of ectomycorrhizal pinon but not arbuscular mycorrhizal juniper in a pinon-juniper woodland. Journal of Arid Environments 74:1170–1176.
  • Barrows, C. W. and M. F. Allen. 2010. Patterns of occurrence of reptiles across a sand dune landscape. Journal of Arid Environments 74:186-192.
  • Barrows, C. W., J. T. Rotenberry, and M. F. Allen. 2010. Assessing sensitivity to climate change and drought variability of a sand dune endemic lizard. Biological Conservation 143:731–736.
  • Baucom, R. S., and J. S. Holt. 2010. Weeds of agricultural important: bridging the gap between evolutionary ecology and crop and weed science (vol 184, pg 741, 2009). New Phytologist 185:589–589.
  • Chen, X., B.-L. Li, and M. F. Allen. 2010. Characterizing urbanization, and agricultural and conservation land-use change in Riverside County, California, USA. Pages E164–E176 in B. L. Li, editor. Ecological Complexity and Sustainability. Wiley-Blackwell, Malden.
  • Colyvan, M., J. Justus, and H. M. Regan. 2010. The natural environment is valuable but not infinitely valuable. Conservation Letters 3:224–228.
  • Ellstrand, N. C., D. Biggs, A. Kaus, P. Lubinsky, L. A. McDade, K. Preston, L. M. Prince, H. M. Regan, V. Rorive, O. A. Ryder, and K. A. Schierenbeck. 2010a. Got Hybridization? A Multidisciplinary Approach for Informing Science Policy. Bioscience 60:384–388.
  • Ellstrand, N. C., S. M. Heredia, J. A. Leak-Garcia, J. M. Heraty, J. C. Burger, L. Yao, S. Nohzadeh-Malakshah, and C. E. Ridley. 2010b. Crops gone wild: evolution of weeds and invasives from domesticated ancestors. Evolutionary Applications 3:494–504.
  • Estrada-Median, H., Tuttle, W., Graham, R.C., Allen, M.F., Jimenez-Osornio, J.J. Identification of Underground Karst Features using Ground-Penetrating Radar in Northern Yucatan, Mexico. 2010. Vadese Zone Journal. 9: 653-661.
  • Fedick, S. L. 2010. The Maya Forest: Destroyed or cultivated by the ancient Maya? Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 107:953–954.
  • Fernanda Ricalde, M., J. Luis Andrade, R. Duran, J. Manuel Dupuy, J. Luis Sima, R. Us-Santamaria, and L. S. Santiago. 2010. Environmental regulation of carbon isotope composition and crassulacean acid metabolism in three plant communities along a water availability gradient. Oecologia 164:871–880.
  • Foley, M. M., B. S. Halpern, F. Micheli, M. H. Armsby, M. R. Caldwell, C. M. Crain, E. Prahler, N. Rohr, D. Sivas, M. W. Beck, M. H. Carr, L. B. Crowder, J. E. Duffy, S. D. Hacker, K. L. McLeod, S. R. Palumbi, C. H. Peterson, H. M. Regan, M. H. Ruckelshaus, P. A. Sandifer, and R. S. Steneck. 2010. Guiding ecological principles for marine spatial planning. Marine Policy 34:955–966.
  • Garcia-De la Pena, C., R. Paredes-Leon, B. O’Connor, H. Gadsden-Esparza, and C. W. Barrows. 2010. Acomatacarus Arizonensis (acari: Leeuwenhoekiidae): New Records from Three Species of Lizards in the Mexican Chihuahuan Desert. Southwestern Naturalist 55:278–279.
  • Goode, L. K., E. B. Erhardt, L. S. Santiago, and M. F. Allen. 2010. Carbon stable isotopic composition of soluble sugars in Tillandsia epiphytes varies in response to shifts in habitat. Oecologia 163:583–590.
  • Hasselquist, N. J., M. F. Allen, and L. S. Santiago. 2010a. Water relations of evergreen and drought-deciduous trees along a seasonally dry tropical forest chronosequence. Oecologia 164:881–890.
  • Hasselquist, N. J., L. S. Santiago, and M. F. Allen. 2010b. Belowground nitrogen dynamics in relation to hurricane damage along a tropical dry forest chronosequence. Biogeochemistry 98:89–100.
  • Hasselquist, N. J., R. Vargas, and M. F. Allen. 2010c. Using soil sensing technology to examine interactions and controls between ectomycorrhizal growth and environmental factors on soil CO2 dynamics. Plant and Soil 331:17–29.
  • Hokanson, K. E., N. C. Ellstrand, J. T. Ouedraogo, P. A. Olweny, B. A. Schaal, and A. F. Raybould. 2010. Biofortified sorghum in Africa: using problem formulation to inform risk assessment. Nature Biotechnology 28:900–903.
  • Holt, J. S. 2010. Structural characterization of the Brooker’s merocyanine/beta-cyclodextrin complex using NMR spectroscopy and molecular modeling. Journal of Molecular Structure 965:31–38.
  • Jones, T. J., C. D. Luton, L. S. Santiago, and G. Goldstein. 2010. Hydraulic constraints on photosynthesis in subtropical evergreen broad leaf forest and pine woodland trees of the Florida Everglades. Trees-Structure and Function 24:471–478.
  • Kitajima, K., K. E. Anderson, and M. F. Allen. 2010. Effect of soil temperature and soil water content on fine root turnover rate in a California mixed conifer ecosystem. Journal of Geophysical Research-Biogeosciences 115:G04032.
  • Lawson, D. M., H. M. Regan, P. H. Zedler, and A. Franklin. 2010. Cumulative effects of land use, altered fire regime and climate change on persistence of Ceanothus verrucosus, a rare, fire-dependent plant species. Global Change Biology 16:2518–2529.
  • Li, X., A. E. Miller, T. Meixner, J. P. Schimel, J. M. Melack, and J. O. Sickman. 2010. Adding an empirical factor to better represent the rewetting pulse mechanism in a soil biogeochemical model. Geoderma 159:440–451.
  • Marushia, R. G., M. W. Cadotte, and J. S. Holt. 2010. Phenology as a basis for management of exotic annual plants in desert invasions. Journal of Applied Ecology 47:1290–1299.
  • McFarland, J. W., R. W. Ruess, K. Kielland, K. Pregitzer, R. Hendrick, and M. Allen. 2010. Cross-Ecosystem Comparisons of In Situ Plant Uptake of Amino Acid-N and NH4 (+). Ecosystems 13:177–193.
  • Regan, H. M., J. B. Crookston, R. Swab, J. Franklin, and D. M. Lawson. 2010. Habitat fragmentation and altered fire regime create trade-offs for an obligate seeding shrub. Ecology 91:1114–1123.
  • Ridley, C. E., and N. C. Ellstrand. 2010. Rapid evolution of morphology and adaptive life history in the invasive California wild radish (Raphanus sativus) and the implications for management. Evolutionary Applications 3:64–76.
  • Sack, L., W. K. Cornwell, L. S. Santiago, M. M. Barbour, B. Choat, J. R. Evans, R. Munns, and A. Nicotra. 2010. A unique web resource for physiology, ecology and the environmental sciences: PrometheusWiki. Functional Plant Biology 37:687–693.
  • Salomon Ballina-Gomez, H., S. Iriarte-Vivar, R. Orellana, and L. S. Santiago. 2010. Compensatory growth responses to defoliation and light availability in two native Mexican woody plant species. Journal of Tropical Ecology 26:163–171.
  • Santiago, L. S. 2010. Can Growth Form Classification Predict Litter Nutrient Dynamics and Decomposition Rates in Lowland Wet Forest? Biotropica 42:72–79.
  • Sickman, J. O., C. L. DiGiorgio, M. L. Davisson, D. M. Lucero, and B. Bergamaschi. 2010. Identifying sources of dissolved organic carbon in agriculturally dominated rivers using radiocarbon age dating: Sacramento-San Joaquin River Basin, California. Biogeochemistry 99:79–96.
  • Silvera, K., L. S. Santiago, J. C. Cushman, and K. Winter. 2010. The incidence of crassulacean acid metabolism in Orchidaceae derived from carbon isotope ratios: a checklist of the flora of Panama and Costa Rica. Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society 163:194–222.
  • Sorensen, M. A., J. A. Bethke, and R. A. Redak. 2010. Potential Host Plants of Trirhabda geminata (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae): Impacts on Survival, Development, and Feeding. Environmental Entomology 39:159–163.
  • Vargas, R., D. D. Baldocchi, M. F. Allen, M. Bahn, T. A. Black, S. L. Collins, J. C. Yuste, T. Hirano, R. S. Jassal, J. Pumpanen, and J. Tang. 2010a. Looking deeper into the soil: biophysical controls and seasonal lags of soil CO2 production and efflux. Ecological Applications 20:1569–1582.
  • Vargas, R., D. D. Baldocchi, J. I. Querejeta, P. S. Curtis, N. J. Hasselquist, I. A. Janssens, M. F. Allen, and L. Montagnani. 2010b. Ecosystem CO2 fluxes of arbuscular and ectomycorrhizal dominated vegetation types are differentially influenced by precipitation and temperature. New Phytologist 185:226–236.
  • Vargas, R., M. Detto, D. D. Baldocchi, and M. F. Allen. 2010c. Multiscale analysis of temporal variability of soil CO2 production as influenced by weather and vegetation. Global Change Biology 16:1589–1605.
  • Vargas, R., N. Hasselquist, E. B. Allen, and M. F. Allen. 2010d. Effects of a Hurricane Disturbance on Aboveground Forest Structure, Arbuscular Mycorrhizae and Belowground Carbon in a Restored Tropical Forest. Ecosystems 13:118–128.
  • Vasques, G. M., S. Grunwald, N. B. Comerford, and J. O. Sickman. 2010a. Regional modelling of soil carbon at multiple depths within a subtropical watershed. Geoderma 156:326–336.
  • Vasques, G. M., S. Grunwald, J. O. Sickman, and N. B. Comerford. 2010b. Upscaling of Dynamic Soil Organic Carbon Pools in a North-Central Florida Watershed. Soil Science Society of America Journal 74:870–879.
  • Vicars, W. C., J. O. Sickman, and P. J. Ziemann. 2010. Atmospheric phosphorus deposition at a montane site: Size distribution, effects of wildfire, and ecological implications. Atmospheric Environment 44:2813–2821.

2009

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  • Ahn, M.-Y., A. R. Zimmerman, N. B. Comerford, J. O. Sickman, and S. Grunwald. 2009. Carbon Mineralization and Labile Organic Carbon Pools in the Sandy Soils of a North Florida Watershed. Ecosystems 12:672–685.
  • Allen, Michael F. “Bidirectional Water Flows through the Soil-Fungal-Plant Mycorrhizal Continuum.” New Phytologist 182, no. 2 (2009): 290–293.
  • Allen, Michael F., N. Hasselquist, M. Taggart, K. Kitajima, R. Vargas, and E. Mayzlish-Gati. “Workshop: Integrating Soil Observing and Sensor Networks in Soil Ecological Studies.” Journal of Nematology 41, no. 4 (December 2009): 301–301.
  • Ayres, D., K. Schierenbeck, and N. Ellstrand. 2009. Introduction to “Ecological and Evolutionary Consequences after Invaders Hybridize”. Biological Invasions 11:1087–1088.
  • Barrows, C. W., and M. F. Allen. 2009a. Conservation Implications of Fragmentation in Deserts. (R. H. Webb, L. F. Fenstermaker, J. S. Heaton, D. L. Hughson, E. V. McDonald, and D. M. Miller, Eds.). Univ Nevada Press, Reno.
  • Barrows, C. W., and M. F. Allen. 2009b. Conserving Species in Fragmented Habitats: Population Dynamics of the Flat-Tailed Horned Lizard, Phrynosoma Mcallii. Southwestern Naturalist 54:307–316.
  • Barrows, C. W., E. B. Allen, M. L. Brooks, and M. F. Allen. 2009. Effects of an invasive plant on a desert sand dune landscape. Biological Invasions 11:673-686.
  • Barrows, C. W. and M. Fisher. 2009. Coachella Fringe-toed lizard. In Jones, Lawrence L. C., and Robert E. Lovich, eds. Lizards of the American Southwest: A Photographic Field Guide. Rio Nuevo Publishers, Tucson, Arizona.
  • Baucom, R. S., and J. S. Holt. 2009. Weeds of agricultural importance: bridging the gap between evolutionary ecology and crop and weed science. New Phytologist 184:741–743.
  • Celis-Murillo, A., J. L. Deppe, and M. F. Allen. 2009. Using soundscape recordings to estimate bird species abundance, richness, and composition. Journal of Field Ornithology 80:64–78.
  • Cernusak, L. A., G. Tcherkez, C. Keitel, W. K. Cornwell, L. S. Santiago, A. Knohl, M. M. Barbour, D. G. Williams, P. B. Reich, D. S. Ellsworth, T. E. Dawson, H. G. Griffiths, G. D. Farquhar, and I. J. Wright. 2009. Viewpoint: Why are non-photosynthetic tissues generally C-13 enriched compared with leaves in C-3 plants? Review and synthesis of current hypotheses. Functional Plant Biology 36:199–213.
  • Chappell, M. A., N. W. Bailey, R. A. Redak, M. Antolin, and M. Zuk. 2009. Metabolic Similarity Despite Striking Behavioral Divergence: Aerobic Performance in Low- and High-Density Forms of the Mormon Cricket. Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 82:405–418.
  • Dickens, S. J. M., E. B. Allen, and L. S. Santiago. 2009. Soil Responses Following Exotic Plant Invasion and Restoration of Coastal Sage Scrub of Southern California. Journal of Nematology 41:324–325.
  • Ellstrand, N. C. 2009. Evolution of invasiveness in plants following hybridization. Biological Invasions 11:1089–1091.
  • Fenn, M. E., J. O. Sickman, A. Bytnerowicz, D. W. Clow, N. P. Molotch, J. E. Pleim, G. S. Tonnesen, K. C. Weathers, P. E. Padgett, and D. H. Campbell. 2009. Methods for Measuring Atmospheric Nitrogen Deposition Inputs in Arid and Montane Ecosystems of Western North America. Air Quality and Ecological Impacts: Relating Sources to Effects 9:179–228.
  • Goode, L.K., Allen, M.F. 2009. Seed germination conditions and implications for establishment of an epiphyte, Aechmea bracteata (Bromeliaceae). Plant Ecol 204: 179-188.
  • Hasselquist, N. J., and M. F. Allen. 2009. Increasing Demands on Limited Water Resources: Consequences for Two Endangered Plants in Amargosa Valley, Usa. American Journal of Botany 96:620–626.
  • Martin, M. R., P. W. Tipping, and J. O. Sickman. 2009. Invasion by an exotic tree alters above and belowground ecosystem components. Biological Invasions 11:1883–1894.
  • May, M. R., M. C. Provance, A. C. Sanders, N. C. Ellstrand, and J. Ross-Ibarra. 2009. A Pleistocene Clone of Palmer’s Oak Persisting in Southern California. Plos One 4:e8346.
  • Miller, A. E., J. P. Schimel, J. O. Sickman, K. Skeen, T. Meixner, and J. M. Melack. 2009. Seasonal variation in nitrogen uptake and turnover in two high-elevation soils: mineralization responses are site-dependent. Biogeochemistry 93:253–270.
  • Prentice, T. R., and R. A. Redak. 2009. A new species of Ceraticelus Simon from southern California and a redescription of Ceraticelus phylax Ivie & Barrows, its probable sister species (Araneae: Linyphiidae). Zootaxa:39–56.
  • Querejeta, J. I., L. M. Egerton-Warburton, and M. F. Allen. 2009. Topographic position modulates the mycorrhizal response of oak trees to interannual rainfall variability. Ecology 90:649–662.
  • Quinn, L. D., and J. S. Holt. 2009. Restoration for Resistance to Invasion by Giant Reed (Arundo donax). Invasive Plant Science and Management 2:279–291.
  • Ridley, C. E., and N. C. Ellstrand. 2009. Evolution of enhanced reproduction in the hybrid-derived invasive, California wild radish (Raphanus sativus). Biological Invasions 11:2251–2264.
  • Rundel, P. W., E. A. Graham, M. F. Allen, J. C. Fisher, and T. C. Harmon. 2009. Environmental sensor networks in ecological research. New Phytologist 182:589–607.
  • Santiago, L. S., and S.-C. Kim. 2009. Correlated Evolution of Leaf Shape and Physiology in the Woody Sonchus Alliance (asteraceae: Sonchinae) in Macaronesia. International Journal of Plant Sciences 170:83–92.
  • Schuur, E. A. G., J. G. Vogel, K. G. Crummer, H. Lee, J. O. Sickman, and T. E. Osterkamp. 2009. The effect of permafrost thaw on old carbon release and net carbon exchange from tundra. Nature 459:556–559.
  • Schierenbeck, K. A., and N. C. Ellstrand. 2009. Hybridization and the evolution of invasiveness in plants and other organisms. Biological Invasions 11:1093–1105.
  • Sickman, James O., A. Albertin, M. W. Anderson, A. Pinowska, and R. J. Stevenson. “A Comparison of Internal and External Supply of Nutrients to Algal Mats in Two First Magnitude Springs in Florida.” Journal of Aquatic Plant Management 47 (July 2009): 135–144.
  • Silvera, K., L. S. Santiago, J. C. Cushman, and K. Winter. 2009. Crassulacean Acid Metabolism and Epiphytism Linked to Adaptive Radiations in the Orchidaceae. Plant Physiology 149:1838–1847.
  • Simonin, K. A., L. S. Santiago, and T. E. Dawson. 2009. Fog interception by Sequoia sempervirens (D. Don) crowns decouples physiology from soil water deficit. Plant Cell and Environment 32:882–892.
  • Vargas, R., E. B. Allen, and M. F. Allen. 2009a. Effects of Vegetation Thinning on Above- and Belowground Carbon in a Seasonally Dry Tropical Forest in Mexico. Biotropica 41:302–311.
  • Vargas, R., Trumbore, S.E., Allen, MF. 2009. Evidence of old carbon used to grow new fine roots in a tropical forest. New Phytologist. 182: 710-718.
  • Vasques, G. M., S. Grunwald, and J. O. Sickman. 2009. Modeling of Soil Organic Carbon Fractions Using Visible-Near-Infrared Spectroscopy. Soil Science Society of America Journal 73:176–184.

2008

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  • Allen, M.F. 2008. Water relations in the mycorrhizosphere. Progress in Botany, 70:257-276.
  • Ballina-Gomez, H. S., S. Iriarte-Vivar, R. Orellana, and L. S. Santiago. 2008. Growth, survival and herbivory of seedlings in Brosimum alicastrum (Moraceae), a species from the Neotropical undergrowth. Revista De Biologia Tropical 56:2055–2067.
  • Barrows, C.W., E.B. Allen, M.L. Brooks and M.F. Allen. On-Line. Effects of an invasive plant on a desert sand dune landscape. Biological Invasions (2008) doi 10.1007/s10530-008-9282-6.
  • Barrows, C.W., K.L. Preston, J.T. Rotenberry, M.F. Allen. 2008. Using occurrence records to model historic distributions and estimate habitat losses for two psammophilic lizards. Biological Conservation 141: 1885-1893.
  • Cornwell, W. K., J. H. C. Cornelissen, K. Amatangelo, E. Dorrepaal, V. T. Eviner, O. Godoy, S. E. Hobbie, B. Hoorens, H. Kurokawa, N. Perez-Harguindeguy, H. M. Quested, L. S. Santiago, D. A. Wardle, I. J. Wright, R. Aerts, S. D. Allison, P. van Bodegom, V. Brovkin, A. Chatain, T. V. Callaghan, S. Diaz, E. Garnier, D. E. Gurvich, E. Kazakou, J. A. Klein, J. Read, P. B. Reich, N. A. Soudzilovskaia, M. Victoria Vaieretti, and M. Westoby. 2008. Plant species traits are the predominant control on litter decomposition rates within biomes worldwide. Ecology Letters 11:1065–1071.
  • Cox, R.D. and E.B. Allen. 2008. Composition of soil seed banks in sofuthern California coastal sage scrub and adjacent exotic grassland. Plant Ecology, 198: 37-46.
  • Cox, R.D., E.B. Allen. 2008. Stability of exotic annual grasses following restoration efforts in southern California coastal sage scrub. Journal of Applied Ecology, 45:495-504.
  • Cross, W. F., A. Ramirez, A. Santana, and L. S. Santiago. 2008. Toward quantifying the relative importance of invertebrate consumption and bioturbation in Puerto Rican streams. Biotropica 40:477–484.
  • Deppe, J.L. & J.T. Rotenberry. 2008. Scale-dependent habitat use by fall migratory birds: Vegetation structure, floristics, and geography. Ecological Monographs, 78: 461-487.
  • Egerton-Warburton, L.M., J.I. Querejeta, and M.F. Allen. 2008. Efflux of hydraulically lifted water from mycorrhizal fungal hyphae during imposed drought. Plant Signaling and Behavior 3: 68-71.
  • Engle, D. L., J. O. Sickman, C. M. Moore, A. M. Esperanza, J. M. Melack, and J. E. Keeley. 2008. Biogeochemical legacy of prescribed fire in a giant sequoia-mixed conifer forest: A 16-year record of watershed balances. Journal of Geophysical Research-Biogeosciences 113:G01014.
  • Flores-Delgadilllo, L., E. Solleiro-Rebolledo, S. Sedov, S. Palacios-Mayorga, and S. Fedick. 2008. Agroforestry soil of the Quintana Roo, Mexico. (A. P. Rincon and R. O. Dominguez, Eds.). Real Soc Espanola Hist Natural, Madrid.
  • Goforth, B.R., R.A. Minnich. 2008. Densification, stand- replacement wildfire, and extirpation of mixed conifer forest in Cuyamaca Rancho State Park, southern California. Forest Ecology and Management, 256:36-45.
  • Goode, L. K., and M. F. Allen. 2008. The impacts of Hurricane Wilma on the epiphytes of El Eden Ecological Reserve, Quintana Roo, Mexico. Journal of the Torrey Botanical Society 135:377–387.
  • Halama, K.J., A.J. Malisch, M. Aspell, J.T. Rotenberry, M.F. Allen. 2008. Modeling the landscape niche characteristics of red diamond rattlesnakes ( Crotalus rubber): Implications for biology and conservation. In W.K. Hayes, K.R. Beaman, M.D. Cardwell and S.P. Bush (eds), The Biology of Rattlesnakes, pp. 463-472,. Loma Linda, CA: Loma Linda University Press.
  • Hasselquist, Niles J., and Michael F. Allen. “Increasing Demands on Limited Water Resources: Consequences for Two Endangered Plants in Amargosa Valley, USA.” American Journal of Botany 96, no. 3 (March 1, 2009): 620–626. doi:10.3732/ajb.0800181.
  • Hierl, L. A., J. Franklin, D. H. Deutschman, H. M. Regan, and B. S. Johnson. 2008. Assessing and prioritizing ecological communities for monitoring in a regional habitat conservation plan. Environmental Management 42:165–179.
  • Hovel, K. A., and H. M. Regan. 2008. Using an individual-based model to examine the roles of habitat fragmentation and behavior on predator-prey relationships in seagrass landscapes. Landscape Ecology 23:75–89.
  • Jenerette, G.D., R.L. Scott, T.E. Huxman. 2008. Whole ecosystem metabolic puleses following precipitation events. Functional ecology, 22:924-930.
  • Johnson, N.C., D.L. Rowland, L. Corkidi, et al. 2008. Plant winners and losers during grassland N-eutrophication differ in biomass allocation and mychorrhizas. Ecology, 89: 2868-2878.
  • Keith, D. A., H. R. Akcakaya, W. Thuiller, G. F. Midgley, R. G. Pearson, S. J. Phillips, H. M. Regan, M. B. Araujo, and T. G. Rebelo. 2008. Predicting extinction risks under climate change: coupling stochastic population models with dynamic bioclimatic habitat models. Biology Letters 4:560–563.
  • Knick, S.T., J.T. Rotenberry, M. Leu. 2008. Habitat, topographical, and geographical components structuring shrubsteppe bird communities. Ecography, 31:389-400.
  • Markovchick-Nicholls, L., H.M. Regan, D.H. Deutschman, et al. 2008. Relationships between human disturbance and wildlife land use in urban habitat fragments. Conservation Biology, 22: 99- 109.
  • Marushia, R. G., and J. S. Holt. 2008. Reproductive strategy of an invasive thistle: effects of adults on seedling survival. Biological Invasions 10:913–924.
  • Marvier, M., Y. Carriere, N. Ellstrand, P. Gepts, P. Kareiva, E. Rosi-Marshall, B. E. Tabashnik, and L. L. Wolfenbarger. 2008. Ecology - Harvesting data from genetically engineered crops. Science 320:452–453.
  • Oneal, A.S. & J.T. Rotenberry. 2008. Riparian plant composition in an urbanizing landscape in southern California, USA. Landscape Ecology, 23(5): 553-567.
  • Padgett, P.E., R.A. Minnich. 2008. Wet deposition of nitrogenouse pollutants and the effect of storm duration and wind direction: A case study from inland southern California. Water, Air and Soil Pollution, 187:337-341.
  • Peluc, S.I., T.S. Sillett, J.T. Rotenberry. 2008. Adaptive phenotypic plasticity in an island songbird exposed to a novel predation risk. Behavioral Ecology, 19: 830-835.
  • Preston, K.L., J.T. Rotenberry, R.A. Redak, and M.F. Allen. 2008. Habitat shifts of endangered species under altered climate conditions: Importance of biotic interactions. Global Change Biology 14:2501-2515.
  • Quinn, L. D., and J. S. Holt. 2008. Ecological correlates of invasion by Arundo donax in three southern California riparian habitats. Biological Invasions 10:591–601.
  • Regan, H.M., L.A. Hierl, J. Franklin, et al. 2008. Species prioritization for monitoring and management in regional multiple species conservation plans. Diversity and Distributions, 14:462-471.
  • Ridley, C.E., Kim, S., Ellstrand, N.C. 2008. Bidirectional history of hybridization in California wild radish, Raphanus Sativus (Brassicaceae), as revealed by chloroplast DNA. American Journal of Botany 95: 1437-1442.
  • Schwabe, K.A., P.W. Schuhmann, K.A. Baerenklau, et al. 2008. Fundamentals of estimating the net benefits of ecosystem preservation: the case of the Salton Sea. Hydrobiologia, 604: 181-195.
  • Shen, W.J., G.D. Jenerette, D.F. Hi, et al. 2008. Effects of changing precipitation regimes on dryland soil respiration and C pool dynamics at rainfall event, seasonal and internnual scales. Journal of Geophysical Research- Biogeosciences, 113:Art #G03024.
  • Sickman, J. O., M. J. Zanoli, and H. L. Mann. 2008. Effects of urbanization on organic carbon loads in the Sacramento River, California (vol 43, art no W11422, 2008). Water Resources Research 44:W05701.
  • Thompson, S. N., and R. A. Redak. 2008. Parasitism of an insect Manduca sexta L. alters feeding behaviour and nutrient utilization to influence developmental success of a parasitoid. Journal of Comparative Physiology B-Biochemical Systemic and Environmental Physiology 178:515–527.
  • Vargas, R., M.F. Allen. 2008. Diel patterns of soil respiration in a tropical forest after Hurricane Wilma. Journal of Geophysical Research 11 G03021.
  • Vargas, R., M.F. Allen. 2008. Dynamics of fine root, fungal rhizomorphs and soil respiration in a mixed temperate forest: Integrating sensors and observations. Vadose Zone Journal 7: 1055-1064.
  • Vargas, R., M.F. Allen. 2008. Environmental controls and the influence of vegetation type, fine roots and rhizomorphs on diel and seasonal variation in soil respiration. New Phytologist 179: 460-471.
  • Vargas, R., M.F. Allen, E.B. Allen. 2008. Biomass and carbon accumulation in a fire chronosequence of a seasonally dry tropical forest. Global Change Biology 14: 109-124.
  • Vargas, R., S.E. Trumbore, M.F. Allen. 2008. In press. Evidence of old carbon used to grow new fine roots in a tropical forest. New Phytologist.
  • Vargas, R., and M. F. Allen. 2008c. Diel patterns of soil respiration in a tropical forest after Hurricane Wilma. Journal of Geophysical Research-Biogeosciences 113:G03021.
  • Vasques, G. M., S. Grunwald, and J. O. Sickman. 2008. Comparison of multivariate methods for inferential modeling of soil carbon using visible/near-infrared spectra. Geoderma 146:14–25.

2007

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  • Allen, E.B., P.J. Temple, A. Bytnerowicz, et al. 2007. Patterns of understory diversity in mixed coniferous forests of southern California impacted by air pollution. The Scientific World Journal, 7: 247-263.
  • Allen, M.F. 2007. Mycorrhizal fungi: highways for water and nutrients in arid soils. Vadose Zone Journal 6: 291-297.
  • Allen, M.F., R. Vargas, E. Graham, W. Swenson, M. Hamilton, M. Taggart, T.C. Harmon, A. Rat'ko, P. Rundel, B. Fulkerson, and D. Estrin. 2007. Soil sensor technology: Life within a pixel. BioScience 57: 859-867.
  • Barrows, C.W. and M.F. Allen. 2007. Biological monitoring and bridging the gap between land management and science. Natural Areas Journal 27: 194-197.
  • Barrows, C.W. and M.F. Allen. 2007. Community complexity: stratifying monitoring schemes within a desert sand dune landscape. Journal of Arid Environments 69: 315-330.
  • Barrows, C.W. and M.F. Allen. 2007. Conservation implications of fragmentation in desert ecosystems. In R. H. Webb (ed.) The Mohave Desert Science Symposium.
  • Barrows, C.W. and M.F. Allen. 2007. Persistence and local extinctions of endangered lizard Uma inornata on isolated habitat patches. Endangered Species Research 3: 61- 88.
  • Burger, J.C., Holt, J.M., Ellstrand, N.C. 2007. Rapid Phenotypic Divergence of Feral Rye from Domesticated Cereal Rye. Weed Science. 55: 204-211.
  • Cuevas-Glory, L. F., J. A. Pino, L. S. Santiago, and E. Sauri-Duch. 2007. A review of volatile analytical methods for determining the botanical origin of honey. Food Chemistry 103:1032–1043.
  • Dawson, T. E., S. S. O. Burgess, K. P. Tu, R. S. Oliveira, L. S. Santiago, J. B. Fisher, K. A. Simonin, and A. R. Ambrose. 2007. Nighttime transpiration in woody plants from contrasting ecosystems. Tree Physiology 27:561–575.
  • Egerton-Warburton, L. M., J. I. Querejeta, and M. F. Allen. 2007. Common mycorrhizal networks provide a potential pathway for the transfer of hydraulically lifted water between plants (vol 58, pg 1473, 2007). Journal of Experimental Botany 58:3484–3484.
  • Egerton-Warburton, L.M., N.C. Johnson, E.B. Allen. 2007. Mycorrhizal community dynamics following nitrogen fertilization: A cross-site test in five grasslands. Ecological Monographs, 77:527-544.
  • Elam, D.R., Ridley, C.E., Goodell, K., Ellstrand, N.C. 2007. Population size and relatedness affect fitness of a self-incompatible invasive plant. PNAS. 2: 549-552.
  • Ellstrand, N.C., Garner, L.C., Hedge, S., Guadagnuolo, R., Blancas, L. 2007. Spontaneous Hybridization between Maize and Teosinte. Journal of Heredity. 98: 183-187.
  • Ellstrand, N. C., L. C. Garner, S. Hegde, R. Guadagnuolo, and L. Blancas. 2007b. Spontaneous hybridization between maize and teosinte (vol 98, pg 183, 2007). Journal of Heredity 98.
  • Fedick, S. L. 2007. Ancient Maya: The rise and fall of a rainforest civilization. Latin American Antiquity 18:223–225.
  • Goforth, B.R., R.A. Minnich. 2007. Evidence, exaggeration, and error in historical accounts of chaparral wildfires in California. Ecological Applications, 17:779-790.
  • Hamilton, M., E.A. Graham, P.W. Rundel, M.F. Allen, W. Kaiser, M.H. Hansen, and D.L. Estrin. 2007. New approaches in embedded networked sensing for terrestrial ecological observatories. Environmental Engineering Science 24: 192-204.
  • Hayes, K. R., H. M. Regan, and M. A. Burgman. “Introduction to the Concepts and Methods of Uncertainty Analysis.” Edited by A. R. Kapuscinski, K. R. Hayes, S. Li, and G. Dana. Environmental Risk Assessment of Genetically Modified Organisms, Vol 3: Methodologies for Transgenic Fish 3 (2007): 188–208.
  • Keith, D. A., M. G. Tozer, T. J. Regan, and H. M. Regan. 2007. The persistence niche: what makes it and what breaks it for two fire-prone plant species. Australian Journal of Botany 55:273–279.
  • Koenig, W.D., L. Marcus, T.A. Scott, et al. 2007. West Nile virus and California breeding bird declines. EcoHealth, 4:18- 24.
  • Miller, A. E., J. P. Schimel, J. O. Sickman, T. Meixner, A. P. Doyle, and J. M. Melack. 2007. Mineralization responses at near-zero temperatures in three alpine soils. Biogeochemistry 84:233–245.
  • Querejeta, J.I. M.F. Allen, M.M. Alguacil, and A. Roldan. 2007. Plant isotopic composition provides insight into mechanisms underlying growth stimulation by AM fungi in a semiarid environment. Functional Plant Biology 34: 683-691.
  • Querejeta, J.I., L.M. Egerton-Warburton, and M.F. Allen. 2007. Hydraulic lift may buffer rhizosphere hyphae against the negative effects of severe soil drying in a California oak savanna. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 39: 409-417.
  • Querejeta, J.I., H. Estrada-Medina, M.F. Allen, and J.J. Jimenez-Osornio. 2007. Water source partitioning among trees growing on shallow karst soils in a seasonally dry tropical climate. Oecologia 152: 26-36.
  • Quinn, L. D., M. A. Rauterkus, and J. S. Holt. 2007. Effects of nitrogen enrichment and competition on growth and spread of giant reed (Arundo donax). Weed Science 55:319–326.
  • Radosevich, S. R., J. S. Holt, and C. M. Chersa. 2007a. Ecology of Weeds and Invasive Plants: Relationship to Agriculture and Natural Resource Management, 3rd Edition. Blackwell Science Publ, Oxford.
  • Radosevich, S. R., J. S. Holt, and C. M. Ghersa. 2007b. ECOLOGY OF WEEDS AND INVASIVE PLANTS RELATIONSHIP TO AGRICULTURE AND NATURAL RESOURCE MANAGEMENT Third Edition INTRODUCTION. Blackwell Science Publ, Oxford.
  • Radosevich, S. R., J. S. Holt, and C. M. Ghersa. 2007c. ECOLOGY OF WEEDS AND INVASIVE PLANTS RELATIONSHIP TO AGRICULTURE AND NATURAL RESOURCE MANAGEMENT Third Edition PREFACE. Blackwell Science Publ, Oxford.
  • Radosevich, S. R., J. S. Holt, and C. M. Ghersa. 2007d. Evolution of Weeds and Invasive Plants. Blackwell Science Publ, Oxford.
  • Radosevich, S. R., J. S. Holt, and C. M. Ghersa. 2007e. Herbicides. Blackwell Science Publ, Oxford.
  • Radosevich, S. R., J. S. Holt, and C. M. Ghersa. 2007f. Invasibility of Agricultural and Natural Ecosystems. Blackwell Science Publ, Oxford.
  • Radosevich, S. R., J. S. Holt, and C. M. Ghersa. 2007g. Plant-Plant Associations. Blackwell Science Publ, Oxford.
  • Radosevich, S. R., J. S. Holt, and C. M. Ghersa. 2007h. Principles. Blackwell Science Publ, Oxford.
  • Radosevich, S. R., J. S. Holt, and C. M. Ghersa. 2007i. Systems Approaches for Weed and Invasive Plant Management. Blackwell Science Publ, Oxford.
  • Radosevich, S. R., J. S. Holt, and C. M. Ghersa. 2007j. Weed and Invasive Plant Management Approaches, Methods, and Tools. Blackwell Science Publ, Oxford.
  • Radosevich, S. R., J. S. Holt, and C. M. Ghersa. 2007k. Weed Demography and Population Dynamics. Blackwell Science Publ, Oxford.
  • Radosevich, S. R., J. S. Holt, and C. M. Ghersa. 2007l. Weeds and Invasive Plants. Ecology of Weeds and Invasive Plants: Relationship to Agriculture and Natural Resource Management, 3rd Edition:3–33.
  • Regan, H. M., F. W. Davis, S. J. Andelman, A. Widyanata, and M. Freese. 2007. Comprehensive criteria for biodiversity evaluation in conservation planning. Biodiversity and Conservation 16:2715–2728.
  • Santiago, L.S. 2007. Extending the leaf economics spectrum to decomposition: Evidence from a tropical forest. Ecology, 88:1126-1131.
  • Santiago, L. S., and S. J. Wright. 2007. Leaf functional traits of tropical forest plants in relation to growth form. Functional Ecology 21:19–27.
  • Schierenbeck, K.A., Ellstrand, N.C., Blosser, G. 2007. Madroño 54: 105-116.
  • Sheldon, C., and J. S. Holt. 2007. Insertion of merocyanine dyes into Silicalite-1 hosts. Abstracts of Papers of the American Chemical Society 233:947–947.
  • Sickman, J. O., M. J. Zanoli, and H. L. Mann. 2007. Effects of urbanization on organic carbon loads in the Sacramento River, California. Water Resources Research 43:W11422.
  • Sirulnik, A.G., E.B. Allen, T. Meixner, and M.F. Allen. 2007. Impacts of anthropogenic N additions on nitrogen mineralization from plant ltiter in exotic annual grasslands. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 39: 24-32.
  • Sirulnik, A.G., E.B. Allen, T. Meixner, M.E. Fenn, and M.F. Allen. 2007. Changes in N cycling and microbial N with elevated N in exotic annual grasslands of southern California. Applied Soil Ecology 36: 1-9.
  • Thompson, S. N., and R. A. Redak. 2007. Nicotine moderates the effects of macronutrient balance on nutrient intake by parasitized Manduca sexta L. Journal of Comparative Physiology B-Biochemical Systemic and Environmental Physiology 177:375–391.
  • Wood, Y.A., M. Fenn, T. Meixner, et al. 2007. Smog nitrogen and the rapid acification of forest soil, San Bernardino Mountains, southern California. The Scientific World Journal, 7: 175-180.
  • Zimmer, K., M.A. Hynson, G. Gebauer, E.B. Allen, M.F. Allen, and D.J. Read. 2007. Wide geographic and ecological distribution of nitrogen and carbon gains from fungi in pyroloids and monotropoids (Ericaceae) in orchids. New Phytologist 175: 166-175.

2006

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  • Allen, M.F. and Kristine L. Preston (October 27, 2006) Core 2 Refinement Workshop Report.
  • Allen, M.F. 2006. Water dynamics of mycorrhizas in arid soils. In: Fungi in biogeochemical cycles. G.M. Gadd, editor, pp74-97. Cambridge University Press.
  • Barrows, C.W. 2006. Population dynamics of a threatened sand dune lizard. Southwestern Naturalist, 51:514- 523.
  • Barrows, C.W., M.F. Allen and J.T. Rotenberry. 2006. Boundary processes between a desert sand dune community and an encroaching suburban landscape. Biological Conservation 131: 486-494.
  • Burger, J.C., S. Lee, N.C. Ellstrand. 2006. Origina and genetic structure of feral rye in the western United States. Molecular Ecology, 15(9):2527-2539.
  • Chen, X., C.W. Barrows, B.-L. Li. 2006. Phase coupling and spatial synchrony of subpopulations of an endangered dune lizard. Landscape Ecology, 21:1185-1193.
  • Chen, X., C.W. Barrows, B.-L. Li. 2006. Is the Coachella Valley fringe-toed lizard ( Uma inornata) on the edge of extinction at Thousand Palms Preserve in California? Southwestern Naturalist, 51:28-34.
  • Chen, X., B.-L. Li, T. Scott, and M.F. Allen. 2006. Tolerance analysis of habitat loss for multispecies conservation in western Riverside County, California, USA. International Journal of Biodiversity Science and Management 2: 87-96.
  • Coviella, C. E., J. F. Garcia, D. R. Jeske, R. A. Redak, and R. F. Luck. 2006. Feasibility of tracking within-field movements of Homalodisca coagulata (Hemiptera : Cicadellidae) and estimating its densities using fluorescent dusts in mark-release-recapture experiments. Journal of Economic Entomology 99:1051–1057.
  • Ellstrand, N. C. 2006. Perspective: Lessons from the elephant that is biotechnology. Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Education 34:155–156.
  • Ellstrand, N. C., and K. A. Schierenbeck. 2006. Hybridization as a stimulus for the evolution of invasiveness in plants? Euphytica 148:35–46.
  • Fathe, K., J. S. Holt, S. P. Oxley, and C. J. Pursell. 2006. Infrared spectroscopy of solid hydrogen sulfide and deuterium sulfide. Journal of Physical Chemistry A 110:10793–10798.
  • Gillespie, I.G., E.B. Allen. 2006. Effects of soil and mycorrhizae from native and invaded vegetation on a rare California forb. Applied Soil Ecology, 32: 6-12.
  • Guadagnuolo, R., J. Clegg, N.C. Ellstrand. 2006. Relative fitness of transgenic vs. non-transgenic maize x teosinte hybrids: A field evaluation. Ecological Applications, 16: 1967- 1974.
  • Gutierrez, M. V., and L. S. Santiago. 2006. A comparison of sap flow measurements and potometry in two tropical lowland tree species with contrasting wood properties. Revista De Biologia Tropical 54:73–81.
  • Halpern, B. S., H. M. Regan, H. P. Possingham, and M. A. McCarthy. “Accounting for Uncertainty in Marine Reserve Design.” Ecology Letters 9, no. 1 (January 2006): 2–11.
  • Halpern, B. S., H. M. Regan, H. P. Possingham, and N. M. A. McCarthy. 2006b. Rejoinder: Uncertainty and decision making. Ecology Letters 9:13–14.
  • Hedge, S.G., J.D. Nason, J.M. Clegg, et al. 2006. The evolution of California's wild radish has resulted in the extinction of its progenitors. Evolution, 60:1187-1197.
  • Ignacio Querejeta, Jose, Hector Estrada-Medina, Michael F. Allen, Juan J. Jimenez-Osornio, and Rocio Ruenes. “Utilization of Bedrock Water by Brosimum Alicastrum Trees Growing on Shallow Soil atop Limestone in a Dry Tropical Climate.” Plant and Soil 287, no. 1–2 (September 2006): 187–197.
  • Leblond, J. D., M. R. Sengco, J. O. Sickman, J. L. Dahmen, and D. M. Anderson. 2006. Sterols of the syndinian dinoflagellate Amoebophrya sp., a parasite of the dinoflagellate Alexandrium tamarense (Dinophyceae). Journal of Eukaryotic Microbiology 53:211–216.
  • Li, X. Y., T. Meixner, J. O. Sickman, A. E. Miller, J. P. Schimel, and J. M. Melack. 2006. Decadal-scale dynamics of water, carbon and nitrogen in a California chaparral ecosystem: DAYCENT modeling results. Biogeochemistry 77:217–245.
  • MacIntyre, S., J. O. Sickman, S. A. Goldthwait, and G. W. Kling. 2006. Physical Pathways of Nutrient Supply in a Small, Ultraoligotrophic Arctic Lake during Summer Stratification. Limnology and Oceanography 51, no. 2: 1107–1124.
  • Marushia, R. G., and J. S. Holt. 2006. The effects of habitat on dispersal patterns of an invasive thistle, Cynara cardunculus. Biological Invasions 8:577–593.
  • Preston, K.L. & J.T. Rotenberry. 2006. The role of food, nest predation, and climate in timing of Wrentit reproductive activities. Condor, 108: 832-841.
  • Preston, K.L. & J.T. Rotenberry. 2006. Independent effects of food and predator-mediated processes on annual fecundity in a songbird. Ecology, 87:160-168.
  • Querejeta, J.I. H. Estrada-Medina, M.F. Allen, J.J. Jimenez-Osornio, and R. Ruenes. 2006. Utilization of bedrock water by Brosimum alicastrum trees growing on shallow soil atop limestone in a dry tropical climate. Plant and Soil 287: 187- 197.
  • Querejeta, J.I., M.F. Allen, F. Caravaca, and A. Roldan. 2006. Differential modulation of host plant d 13 C and d 18 O by native and non-native arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi in a semiarid environment. New Phytologist 169: 379-387.
  • Regan, H. M., M. Colyvan, and L. Markovchick-Nicholls. 2006. A formal model for consensus and negotiation in environmental management. Journal of Environmental Management 80:167–176.
  • Rotenberry, J.T., K.L. Preston, S.T. Knick. 2006. GIS-based niche modeling for mapping species' habitat. Ecology, 87(6): 1458-1464.
  • Scott, T.A., L. Fernandez, and M.F. Allen. 2006. Land use planning and the Endangered Species Act, p. 318-332, in Goble, D.D., Scott, J.M., and Davis, F.W. (eds), The Endangered Species Act at Thirty: Renewing the Conservation Promise, Volume II. Island Press, Washington, DC.
  • Siguenza, C., D.E. Crowley, E.B. Allen. 2006. Soil microorganisms of a native shrub and exotic grasses along a nitrogen deposition gradient in southern California. Applied Soil Ecology, 32: 13-26.
  • Siguenza, C., L. Corkidi, E.B. Allen. 2006. Feedbacks of soil inoculums of mycorrhizal fungi altered by N deposition on the growth of a native shru and an invasive annual grass. Plant and Soil, 286-153-165.

2005

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  • Allen, E.B., R.D. Cox, T.Tennant, et al. 2005. Landscape restoration in southern California forblands: Response of abandoned farmland to invasive annual grass control. Israel Journal of Plant Sciences, 53: 237-245.
  • Allen, M.F., John T. Rotenberry, Cameron W. Barrows, Veronique M. Rorive, Robert D. Cox, Lori Hargrove, Darrell Hutchinson, and Kathleen Fleming (September 1, 2005) Coachella Valley Multiple Species Habitat Conservation Plan Monitoring Program: 2002-2005 Progress Report.
  • Allen, M.F., John T. Rotenberry, Kristine L. Preston, Ken J. Halama, Tracy Tennant, Cameron W. Barrows, Vanessa Rivera del Rio, Antonio Celis Murrillo, Xiongwen Chen, and Veronique M. Rorive (June 1, 2005) CCB 2005: Towards developing a monitoring framework for Multiple Species Habitat Conservation Plans. Part I.
  • Allen, M.F., J.N. Klironomos, K.K. Treseder. 2005. Responses of soil biota to elevated CO2 in a chaparral ecosystem. Ecological Applications, 15(5): 1701-1711.
  • Allen, M.F., E.B. Allen, A. Gómez-Pompa. 2005. Effects of mycorrhizae and nontarget organisms on restoration of a seasonal tropical forest in Quintana Roo, Mexico: Factors limiting tree establishment. Restoration Ecology, 13(2): 325- 333.
  • Baerenklau, K.A. 2005. Cost-effectiveness of the conservation reserve program: Discussion. American Journal of Agricultural Economics, 87:1256-1257.
  • Barrows, C.W., M.B. Swartz, W.L. Hodges, et al. 2005. A framework for monitoring multiple-species conservation plan. Journal of Wildlife Management, 69(4): 1333-1345.
  • Blua, M. J., K. Campbell, D. J. W. Morgan, and R. A. Redak. 2005. Impact of a screen barrier on dispersion behavior of Homalodisca coagulata (Hemiptera : Cicadellidae). Journal of Economic Entomology 98:1664–1668.
  • Bornyasz, M. A., R. C. Graham, and M. F. Allen. “Ectomycorrhizae in a Soil-Weathered Granitic Bedrock Regolith: Linking Matrix Resources to Plants.” Geoderma 126, no. 1–2 (May 2005): 141–160. doi:10.1016/j.geoderma.2004.11.023.
  • Burger, J. C., and N. C. Ellstrand. 2005. Feral rye - Evolutionary origins of a weed. (J. Gressel, Ed.). Crc Press-Taylor & Francis Group, Boca Raton.
  • Chen, X.W., B.-L. Li, T.A. Scott, et al. 2005. Spatial structure of multispecies distributions in southern California, USA. Biological Conservation, 124(2): 169-175.
  • Decruyenaere, J. G., and J. S. Holt. 2005. Ramet demography of a clonal invader, Arundo donax (Poaceae), in Southern California. Plant and Soil 277:41–52.
  • Deppe, J.L. & J.T. Rotenberry. 2005. Temporal patterns in fall migrant communities in Yucatan, Mexico. Condor, 107:228-243.
  • Klironomos, J. N., M. F. Allen, M. C. Rillig, J. Piotrowski, S. Makvandi-Nejad, B. E. Wolfe, and J. R. Powell. “Abrupt Rise in Atmospheric CO2 Overestimates Community Response in a Model Plant-Soil System.” Nature 433, no. 7026 (February 10, 2005): 621–624. doi:10.1038/nature03268.
  • Lee, P.Y.; J.T. Rotenberry. 2005. Relationships between bird species and tree species assemblages in forested habitats of eastern North America. Journal of Biogeography, 32(7): 1139- 1150.
  • Miller, A. E., J. P. Schimel, T. Meixner, J. O. Sickman, and J. M. Melack. 2005. Episodic rewetting enhances carbon and nitrogen release from chaparral soils. Soil Biology & Biochemistry 37:2195–2204.
  • Regan, H. M., Y. Ben-Haim, B. Langford, W. G. Wilson, P. Lundberg, S. J. Andelman, and M. A. Burgman. 2005. Robust decision-making under severe uncertainty for conservation management. Ecological Applications 15:1471–1477.
  • Santiago, L. S., and S. S. Mulkey. 2005. Leaf productivity along a precipitation gradient in lowland Panama: patterns from leaf to ecosystem. Trees-Structure and Function 19:349–356.
  • Santiago, L. S., E. a. G. Schuur, and K. Silvera. 2005a. Nutrient cycling and plant-soil feedbacks along a precipitation gradient in lowland Panama. Journal of Tropical Ecology 21:461–470.
  • Santiago, L. S., K. Silvera, J. L. Andrade, and T. E. Dawson. 2005b. Use of stable isotopes in tropical biology. Interciencia 30:536–+.
  • Silvera, K., L. S. Santiago, and K. Winter. 2005. Distribution of crassulacean acid metabolism in orchids of Panama: evidence of selection for weak and strong modes. Functional Plant Biology 32:397–407.
  • Thompson, S. N., and R. A. Redak. 2005. Feeding behaviour and nutrient selection in an insect Manduca sexta L. and alterations induced by parasitism. Journal of Comparative Physiology a-Neuroethology Sensory Neural and Behavioral Physiology 191:909–923.
  • Thompson, S. N., R. A. Redak, and L. W. Wang. 2005a. Host nutrition determines blood nutrient composition and mediates parasite developmental success: Manduca sexta L. parasitized by Cotesia congregata (Say). Journal of Experimental Biology 208:625–635.
  • Thompson, S. N., R. A. Redak, and L. W. Wang. 2005b. Nutrition interacts with parasitism to influence growth and physiology of the insect Manduca sexta L. Journal of Experimental Biology 208:611–623.
  • Treseder, K. K., M. F. Allen, R. W. Ruess, K. S. Pregitzer, and R. L. Hendrick. “Lifespans of Fungal Rhizomorphs under Nitrogen Fertilization in a Pinyon-Juniper Woodland.” Plant and Soil 270, no. 1–2 (March 2005): 249–255. doi:10.1007/s11104-004-1559-7.
  • White, V. A., and J. S. Holt. 2005. Competition of artichoke thistle (Cynara cardunculus) with native and exotic grassland species. Weed Science 53:826–833.

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  • Andelman, S. J., C. Groves, and H. M. Regan. 2004. A review of protocols for selecting species at risk in the context of US Forest Service viability assessments. Acta Oecologica-International Journal of Ecology 26:75–83.
  • Burks, R. A., and R. A. Redak. 2004. New species of Pteromalidae and Torymidae (Hymenoptera : Chalcidoidea) from California, with taxonomic notes. Zootaxa:1–20.
  • Fedick, S.L., B.A. Morrison. 2004. Ancient use and manipulation of landscape in the Yalahau region of the northern Maya lowlands. Agriculture and Human Values, 21:207- 219.
  • Gillespie, I.G., E.B. Allen. 2004. Fire and competition in a southern California grassland: impacts on the rare forb Erodium macrophyllum. Journal of Applied Ecology, 41: 643-652.
  • Gómez-Pompa, A. 2004. The role of biodiversity scientists in a troubled world. BioScience, 54:217-225.
  • Hamill, A. S., J. S. Holt, and C. A. Mallory-Smith. 2004. Contributions of weed science to weed control and management. Weed Technology 18:1563–1565.
  • Holt, J. S. 2004. Principles of weed management in agroecosystems and wildlands? Weed Technology 18:1559–1562.
  • Huth, A. K., A. Leydecker, J. O. Sickman, and R. C. Bales. 2004. A two-component hydrograph separation for three high-elevation catchments in the Sierra Nevada, California. Hydrological Processes 18:1721–1733.
  • John, H., V. Karicheti, P. Ge, C. Maake, S. Eliasof, A. Siso, L. Ezquerra, B. Franklin, D. M. Schmid, T. Lehmann, D. Hauri, and L. S. Santiago. 2004. Gene expression pattern defines distinct clinical bladder dysfunction. Journal of Urology 171:133–133.
  • Khudamrongsawat, J., R. Tayyar, and J. S. Holt. 2004. Genetic diversity of giant reed (Arundo donax) in the Santa Ana River, California. Weed Science 52:395–405.
  • Redak, R. A., A. H. Purcell, J. R. S. Lopes, M. J. Blua, R. F. Mizell, and P. C. Andersen. 2004. The biology of xylem fluid-feeding insect vectors of Xylella fastidiosa and their relation to disease epidemiology. Annual Review of Entomology 49:243–270.
  • Redeker, K.R., K.K. Treseder, M.F. Allen. 2004. Ectomycorrhizal fungi: A new source of atmospheric methyl halides? Global Change Biology, 10: 1009-1016.
  • Regan, H. M., S. Ferson, and D. Berleant. 2004. Equivalence of methods for uncertainty propagation of real-valued random variables. International Journal of Approximate Reasoning 36:1–30.
  • Santiago, L. S., G. Goldstein, F. C. Meinzer, J. B. Fisher, K. Machado, D. Woodruff, and T. Jones. 2004a. Leaf photosynthetic traits scale with hydraulic conductivity and wood density in Panamanian forest canopy trees. Oecologia 140:543–550.
  • Santiago, L. S., K. Kitajima, S. J. Wright, and S. S. Mulkey. 2004b. Coordinated changes in photosynthesis, water relations and leaf nutritional traits of canopy trees along a precipitation gradient in lowland tropical forest. Oecologia 139:495–502.
  • Treseder, K.K., C.A. Masiello, J.L. Lansing. 2004. Species-specific measurements of ectomycorrhizal turnover under N-fertilization: combining isotopic and genetic approaches. Oecologia, 138: 419-425.
  • Yoshida, L.C., E.B. Allen, 2004. N-15 uptake by mycorrhizal native and invasive plants from a N-eutrophied shrubland: A greenhouse experiment. Biology and Fertility of Soils, 39: 243- 248.

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  • Allen, E.B., M.F. Allen, L. Egerton-Warburton. 2003. Impacts of early- and late-seral mycorrhizae during restoration in seasonal tropical forest, Mexico. Ecological Applications, 13: 1701-1717.
  • Allen, M. F., A. Gomez-Pompa, S. L. Fedick, and J. J. Jimenez-Osornio. 2003. The Maya lowlands: A case study for the future? Conclusions. (A. GomezPompa, M. F. Allen, S. L. Fedick, and J. J. JimenezOsornio, Eds.). Food Products Press, Binghamton.
  • Allen, M.F., Thomas A. Scott, Edith B. Allen, Steve Boyd, Richard Minnich, James Malcolm, Leonard Nunney, Richard Redak, and David Reznick (April 17, 2003) Scientific Review Panel Review of: Final Draft Western Riverside County MSHCP Document.
  • Barrett, S. C. H., S. Linington, A. G. Stephenson, L. Comai, and N. C. Ellstrand. 2003. Current knowledge of gene flow in plants: implications for transgene flow - Discussion. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London Series B-Biological Sciences 358:1170–1170.
  • Burger, J.C., R.A. Redak, E.B. Allen, J.T. Rotenberry. 2003. Restoring arthropod communities in coastal sage scrub. Conservation Biology, 17(2): 460-467.
  • Burks, R. A., and R. A. Redak. 2003. The identity and reinstatement of Homalodisca liturata Ball and Phera lacerta Fowler (Hemiptera : Cicadellidae). Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington 105:674–678.
  • Clow, D. W., J. O. Sickman, R. G. Striegl, D. P. Krabbenhoft, J. G. Elliott, M. Dornblaser, D. A. Roth, and D. H. Campbell. 2003. Changes in the chemistry of lakes and precipitation in high-elevation national parks in the western United States, 1985-1999. Water Resources Research 39:1171.
  • Dunning, C. E., R. A. Redak, and T. D. Paine. 2003. Preference and performance of a generalist insect herbivore on Quercus agrifolia and Quercus engelmannii seedlings from a southern California oak woodland. Forest Ecology and Management 174:593–603.
  • Ellstrand, N. C. 2003a. Current knowledge of gene flow in plants: implications for transgene flow. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B-Biological Sciences 358:1163–1170.
  • Ellstrand, N. C. 2003b. Going to “great lengths” to prevent the escape of genes that produce specialty chemicals. Plant Physiology 132:1770–1774.
  • Fedick, S. L. 2003. Archaeological evidence for ancient and historic resource use associated with the El Eden wetland, Northern Quintana Roo, Mexico. (A. GomezPompa, M. F. Allen, S. L. Fedick, and J. J. JimenezOsornio, Eds.). Food Products Press, Binghamton.
  • Fenn, M. E., J. S. Baron, E. B. Allen, H. M. Rueth, K. R. Nydick, L. Geiser, W. D. Bowman, J. O. Sickman, T. Meixner, D. W. Johnson, and P. Neitlich. 2003a. Ecological effects of nitrogen deposition in the western United States. Bioscience 53:404–420.
  • Fenn, M. E., R. Haeuber, G. S. Tonnesen, J. S. Baron, S. Grossman-Clarke, D. Hope, D. A. Jaffe, S. Copeland, L. Geiser, H. M. Rueth, and J. O. Sickman. 2003b. Nitrogen emissions, deposition, and monitoring in the western United States. Bioscience 53:391–403.
  • Ellstrand, N.C. 2003. Current knowledge of gene flow in plants: implications for transgene flow. The Royal Society. 358: 1163-1170.
  • Fenn, M.E., J.S. Barton, E.B. Allen, et al. 2003. Ecological effects of nitrogen deposition in the western United States. BioScience, 53: 404-420.
  • Gómez-Pompa, A., M.F. Allen, S.L. Fedick, J.J. Jiménez- Osornio (Eds). 2003. The lowland Maya area: Three millennia at the human-wildland interface. New York: Haworth Press. 659pp.
  • Green, A. K., C. P. Horay, A. M. Lloyd, P. J. Abraham, T. F. Cox, J. S. Holt, and D. J. Savage. 2003. The effect of a 2% zinc citrate, 0.3% Triclosan dentifrice on plaque acid production following consumption of a snackfood. International Dental Journal 53:385–390.
  • Neel, M. C., and N. C. Ellstrand. 2003. Conservation of genetic diversity in the endangered plant Eriogonum ovalifolium var. vineum (Polygonaceae). Conservation Genetics 4:337–352.
  • Regan, H. M., H. R. Akcakaya, S. Ferson, K. V. Root, S. Carroll, and L. R. Ginzburg. 2003a. Treatments of uncertainty and variability in ecological risk assessment of single-species populations. Human and Ecological Risk Assessment 9:889–906.
  • Regan, H. M., T. D. Auld, D. A. Keith, and M. A. Burgman. 2003b. The effects of fire and predators on the long-term persistence of an endangered shrub, Grevillea caleyi. Biological Conservation 109:73–83.
  • Johnson, N.C., D.L. Rowland, L. Corkidi, et al. 2003. Nitrogen enrichment alters mycorrhizal allocation at five mesic to semiarid grasslands. Ecology, 84(7): 1895-1908.
  • Knick, S.T., D.S. Dobkin, J.R. Rotenberry, et al. 2003. Teeterin on the dge or too late? Conservation and research issues for avifauna of sagebrush habitats. Condor, 105: 611-634.
  • Neel, M.C., Ellstrand, N.C. 2003. Conservation of genetic diversity in the endangered plant Eriogonum ovalifolium var. vineum (Polygonaceae). Conservation Genetics. 4:337-352.
  • Nunney, L. 2003. The cost of natural selection revisited. Annales Zoologici Fennici, 40:185-194.
  • Querejeta, J.I., J.M. Barea, M.F. Allen, et al. 2003. Direct nocturnal water transfer from oaks to their mycorrhizal symbionts during severe soil drying. Oecologia, 134:55-64.
  • Querejeta, J.I., L.M. Egerton-Warburton, M.F. Allen. 2003. Direct nocturnal water transfer from oaks to their mycorrhizal symbionts during severe soil drying. Oecologia, 134: 55-64.
  • Ruess, R.W., R.L. Hendrick, A.J. Burton, et al. 2003. Coupling fine root dynamics with ecosystem crbon cycling in black spruce forests of interior Alaska. Ecological Monographs, 73: 643-662.
  • Santiago, L. S., and S. S. Mulkey. 2003. A test of gas exchange measurements on excised canopy branches of ten tropical tree species. Photosynthetica 41:343–347.
  • Sickman, J. O., A. Leydecker, C. C. Y. Chang, C. Kendall, J. M. Melack, D. M. Lucero, and J. Schimel. 2003a. Mechanisms underlying export of N from high-elevation catchments during seasonal transitions. Biogeochemistry 64:1–24.
  • Sickman, J. O., J. M. Melack, and D. W. Clow. 2003b. Evidence for nutrient enrichment of high-elevation lakes in the Sierra Nevada, California. Limnology and Oceanography 48:1885–1892.
  • Tayyar, R. I., J. H. T. Nguyen, and J. S. Holt. 2003. Genetic and morphological analysis of two novel nutsedge biotypes from California. Weed Science 51:731–739.
  • Treseder, K.K., L.M. Egerton-Warburton, M.F. Allen, et al. 2003. Alteration of soil carbon pools and communities of mycorrhizal fungi in chaparral exposed to elevated carbon dioxide. Ecosystems, 6: 786-796.

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  • Burton, A.J., K.S. Pregitzer, R.W. Ruess, R.L. Hendrick, M.F. Allen. 2002. Root respiration in North American forests: effects of nitrogen concentration and temperature across biomes. Oecologia, 131: 559-568.
  • Cione, N.K., P.E. Padgett, E.B. Allen. 2002. Restoration of a native shrubland impacted by exotic grasses, frequent fire, and nitrogen deposition in southern California. Restoration Ecology, 10: 376-384.
  • Corkidi, L., D.L. Rowland, N.C. Johnson, et al. 2002. Nitrogen fertilization alters the functioning of arbuscular mycorrhizas at two semiarid grasslands. Plant and Soil, 240:299-310.
  • Elith, J., M. A. Burgman, and H. M. Regan. 2002. Mapping epistemic uncertainties and vague concepts in predictions of species distribution. Ecological Modelling 157:313–329.
  • Housman, D. C., M. V. Price, and R. A. Redak. 2002. Architecture of coastal and desert Encelia farinosa (Asteraceae): Consequences of plastic and heritable variation in leaf characters. American Journal of Botany 89:1303–1310.
  • Nunney, L. The effective size of annual plant populations: The interaction of a seed bank with fluctuating population size in maintaining genetic variation. American Naturalist, 160:195- 204.
  • Pregitzer, K.S., J.L. DeForest, A.J. Burton, et al. 2002. Fine root architecture of nine North American trees. Ecological Monographs, 72: 293-309.
  • Regan, H. M., M. Colyvan, and M. A. Burgman. 2002a. A taxonomy and treatment of uncertainty for ecology and conservation biology. Ecological Applications 12:618–628.
  • Regan, H. M., B. Y. Hope, and S. Ferson. 2002b. Analysis and portrayal of uncertainty in a food-web exposure model. Human and Ecological Risk Assessment 8:1757–1777.
  • Regan, H. M., B. E. Sample, and S. Ferson. 2002c. Comparison of deterministic and probabilistic calculation of ecological soil screening levels. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 21:882–890.
  • Sickman, J. O., J. M. Melack, and J. L. Stoddard. 2002. Regional analysis of inorganic nitrogen yield and retention in high-elevation ecosystems of the Sierra Nevada and Rocky Mountains. Biogeochemistry 57:341–374.
  • Thompson, S. N., R. A. Redak, and D. B. Borchardt. 2002. The glucogenic response of a parasitized insect Manduca sexta L. is partially mediated by differential nutrient intake. Biochimica Et Biophysica Acta-General Subjects 1571:138–150.

2001

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  • Bartsch, D., Brand, U., Morak, C., Polh-Orf, M., Schuphan, I., Ellstrand, N.C. 2001. Biosafety of hybrids between transgenic virus-resistant sugar beet and swiss chard. Ecological Applications. 11: 142-147.
  • Bethke, J. A., M. J. Blua, and R. A. Redak. 2001a. Effect of selected insecticides on Homalodisca coagulata (Homoptera : Cicadellidae) and transmission of oleander leaf scorch in a greenhouse study. Journal of Economic Entomology 94:1031–1036.
  • Bethke, J. A., K. A. Campbell, M. J. Blua, R. A. Redak, and D. A. Yanega. 2001b. Range extension of Pseneo punctatus Fox and notes on predation of an introduced sharpshooter, Homalodisca coagulata (Say). Pan-Pacific Entomologist 77:54–56.
  • Blua, M. J., R. A. Redak, D. J. W. Morgan, and H. S. Costa. 2001. Seasonal flight activity of two Homalodisca species (Homoptera : Cicadellidae) that spread Xylella fastidiosa in southern California. Journal of Economic Entomology 94:1506–1510.
  • Burger, J.C., M.A. Patten, T.R. Prentice, et al. 2001. Evidence for spider community resilience to invasion by non-native spiders. Biological Conservation, 98:241-249.
  • Decruyenaere, J. G., and J. S. Holt. 2001. Seasonality of clonal propagation in giant reed. Weed Science 49:760–767.
  • Egerton-Warburton, L.M., R.C. Graham, E.B. Allen, et al. 2001. Reconstruction of the historical changes in mycorrhizal fungal communities under anthropogenic nitrogen deposition.
  • Egerton-Warburton, L. M., R. C. Graham, E. B. Allen, and M. F. Allen. 2001. Reconstruction of the historical changes in mycorrhizal fungal communities under anthropogenic nitrogen deposition. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences 268:2479–2484.
  • Ellstrand, N. C. 2001a. When transgenes wander, should we worry? Plant Physiology 125:1543–1545.
  • Ellstrand, N. C. 2001b. Crop transgenes in natural populations. Abstracts of Papers of the American Chemical Society 221:U24–U25.
  • Leydecker, A., J. O. Sickman, and J. M. Melack. 2001. Spatial scaling of hydrological and biogeochemical aspects of high-altitude catchments in the Sierra Nevada, California, USA. Arctic Antarctic and Alpine Research 33:391–396.
  • Luft, P. A., T. D. Paine, and R. A. Redak. 2001. Limiting the potential for intraspecific competition: regulation of Trioza eugeniae oviposition on unexpanded leaf tissue. Ecological Entomology 26:395–403.
  • Metcalf, A.E., L. Nunney, B.C. Hyman. 2001. Geographic patterns of genetic differentiation within the restricted range of the endangered Stephens' kangaroo rate Dipodomys stephensi.
  • Montalvo, A.M., Ellstrand, N.C. 2001. Nonlocal transplantation and outbreeding depression in the subshrub Lotus Scoparius (Fabaceae). American Journal of Beauty. 88: 258-269.
  • Neel, M.C., Ellstrand, N.C. 2001. Patterns of allozyme diversity in the threatened plant Erigeron Parishii (Asteraceae). American Journal of Botany. 88: 810-818.
  • Neel, M. C., J. Ross-Ibarra, and N. C. Ellstrand. 2001. Implications of mating patterns for conservation of the endangered plant Eriogonum ovalifolium var. vineum (Polygonaceae). American Journal of Botany 88:1214–1222.
  • Prentice, T. R., J. C. Burger, W. R. Icenogle, and R. A. Redak. 2001. Spiders from Riversidian coastal sage scrub with comparisons to Diegan scrub fauna (Arachnida : Araneae). Pan-Pacific Entomologist 77:90–122.
  • Regan, H. M., R. Lupia, A. N. Drinnan, and M. A. Burgman. 2001a. The currency and tempo of extinction. American Naturalist 157:1–10.
  • Regan, T. J., H. M. Regan, K. Bonham, R. J. Taylor, and M. A. Burgman. 2001b. Modelling the impact of timber harvesting on a rare carnivorous land snail (Tasmaphena lamproides) in northwest Tasmania, Australia. Ecological Modelling 139:253–264.
  • Sakai, A. K., F. W. Allendorf, J. S. Holt, D. M. Lodge, J. Molofsky, K. A. With, S. Baughman, R. J. Cabin, J. E. Cohen, N. C. Ellstrand, D. E. McCauley, P. O’Neil, I. M. Parker, J. N. Thompson, and S. G. Weller. 2001. The population biology of invasive species. Annual Review of Ecology and Systematics 32:305–332.
  • Scott, T.A., W. Wehtje, M. Wehtje. 2001. The need for strategic planning in passive restoration of wildlife populations. Restoration Ecology, 9:262-271.
  • Sickman, J. O., A. Leydecker, and J. M. Melack. 2001. Nitrogen mass balances and abiotic controls on N retention and yield in high-elevation catchments of the Sierra Nevada, California, United States. Water Resources Research 37:1445–1461.
  • Tennant, T., Michael F. Allen, and Fred Edwards (July 12, 2001) Perspectives in Conservation Biology in Southern California: I. Current Extinction Rates and Causes
  • Thompson, S. N., R. A. Redak, and L. W. Wang. 2001. Altered dietary nutrient intake maintains metabolic homeostasis in parasitized larvae of the insect Manduca sexta L. Journal of Experimental Biology 204:4065–4080.

2000

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  • Allen, M.F. & T. Tennant. (November 2, 2000) Evaluation of Critical Habitat for the California red-legged frog ( Rana aurora draytonii )
  • Barrows, C. W. 2000. Tenebrionid species richness and distribution in the Coachella Valley sand dunes (Coleoptera : Tenebrionidae). Southwestern Naturalist 45:306–312.
  • Chase, M.K., W.B. Kristan, A.J. Lynam, et al. 2000. Single species as indicators of species richness and composition in California coastal sage scrub birds and small mammals. Conservation Biology, 14:474-487.
  • Costa, H. S., M. S. Blua, J. A. Bethke, and R. A. Redak. 2000. Transmission of Xylella fastidiosa to oleander by the glassywinged sharpshooter, Homalodisca coagulata. Hortscience 35:1265–1267.
  • Ellstrand, N. 2000. The elephant that is biotechnology: Comments on “Genetically modified crops: Risks and promise” by Gordon Conway. Conservation Ecology 4:8.
  • Ellstrand, N.C., Schierenbeck, K.A. 2000. Hybridization as a stimulus for the evolution of invasiveness in plants? PNAS, 97:7043-7050.
  • Fedick, S. L. 2000. Archaeologies of landscape: Contemporary perspectives. Latin American Antiquity 11:214–215.
  • Fedick, S. L., B. A. Morrison, B. J. Andersen, S. Boucher, J. Ceja Acosta, and J. P. Mathews. 2000. Wetland manipulation in the Yalahau region of the northern Maya lowlands. Journal of Field Archaeology 27:131–152.
  • Holt, J. S., and A. B. Boose. 2000. Potential for spread of Abutilon theophrasti in California. Weed Science 48:43–52.
  • Kay, B. H., P. A. Ryan, B. M. Russell, J. S. Holt, S. A. Lyons, and P. N. Foley. 2000. The importance of subterranean mosquito habitat to arbovirus vector control strategies in north Queensland Australia. Journal of Medical Entomology 37:846–853.
  • Knick, S.T. & J.T. Rotenberry. 2000. Ghosts of habitats past: Contribution of landscape change to current habitats used by shrubland birds. Ecology, 81: 220-227.
  • Montalvo, A.M., N.C. Ellstrand. 2000. Transplantation of the subshrub Lotus scoparius : Testing the home-site advantage hypothesis. Conservation Biology, 14:1034- 1045.
  • Nunney, L. 2000. The limits to knowledge in conservation genetics: The value of effective population size. Evolutionary Biology, vol. 32: 179-194.
  • Osborne, K. H., and R. A. Redak. 2000. Microhabitat conditions associated with the distribution of postdiapause larvae of Euphydryas editha quino (Lepidoptera : Nymphalidae). Annals of the Entomological Society of America 93:110–114.
  • Padgett, P.E., S.N. Kee, E.B. Allen. 2000. The effects of irrigation on revegetation of semi-arid coastal sage scrub in southern California. Environmental Management, 26: 427 -435.
  • Redak, R. A. 2000. Arthropods and multispecies habitat conservation plans: Are we missing something? Environmental Management 26:S97–S107.
  • Regan, H. M., and M. Colyvan. 2000. Fuzzy sets and threatened species classification. Conservation Biology 14:1197–1199.
  • Regan, H. M., M. Colyvan, and M. A. Burgman. 2000. A proposal for fuzzy International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN) categories and criteria. Biological Conservation 92:101–108.
  • Santiago, L. S. 2000. Use of coarse woody debris by the plant community of a Hawaiian montane cloud forest. Biotropica 32:633–641.
  • Santiago, L. S., G. Goldstein, F. C. Meinzer, J. H. Fownes, and D. Mueller-Dombois. 2000a. Transpiration and forest structure in relation to soil waterlogging in a Hawaiian montane cloud forest. Tree Physiology 20:673–681.
  • Santiago, L. S., T. S. Lau, P. J. Melcher, O. C. Steele, and G. Goldstein. 2000b. Morphological and physiological responses of Hawaiian Hibiscus tiliaceus populations to light and salinity. International Journal of Plant Sciences 161:99–106.
  • Scott, T.A., J.E. Sullivan. 2000. The selection and design of multiple-species habitat preserves. Environmental Management, 26: S37-S53.
  • Steinmaus, S. J., T. S. Prather, and J. S. Holt. 2000. Estimation of base temperatures for nine weed species. Journal of Experimental Botany 51:275–286.
  • Thompson, S. N., and R. A. Redak. 2000. Interactions of dietary protein and carbohydrate determine blood sugar level and regulate nutrient selection in the insect Manduca sexta L. Biochimica Et Biophysica Acta-General Subjects 1523:91–102.

1999

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  • Allen, M.F., L.M. Egerton-Warburton, E.B. Allen, et al. 1999. Mycorrhizae in Adenostoma fasciculatum Hook & Arn.: A combination of unusual ecto- and endo-forms. Mycorrhiza, 8: 225-228.
  • Bartsch, D., and N. C. Ellstrand. 1999. Genetic evidence for the origin of Californian wild beets (genus Beta). Theoretical and Applied Genetics 99:1120–1130.
  • Bartsch, D., J. Clegg, and N. C. Ellstrand. 1999a. Origin of wild beet and gene flow between Beta vulgaris and B-macrocarpa in California. Pages 269–274 Gene Flow and Agriculture: Relevance for Transgenic Crops. British Crop Protection Council, Farnham.
  • Bartsch, D., M. Lehnen, J. Clegg, M. Pohl-Orf, I. Schuphan, and N. C. Ellstrand. 1999b. Impact of gene flow from cultivated beet on genetic diversity of wild sea beet populations. Molecular Ecology 8:1733–1741.
  • Bearlin, A. R., M. A. Burgman, and H. M. Regan. 1999. A stochastic model for seagrass (Zostera muelleri) in Port Phillip Bay, Victoria, Australia. Ecological Modelling 118:131–148.
  • Boose, A. B., and J. S. Holt. 1999. Environmental effects on asexual reproduction in Arundo donax. Weed Research 39:117–127.
  • Burger, J.C., M.A. Patten, J.T. Rotenberry, R.A. Redak. 1999. Foraging ecology of the California gnatcatcher deduced from fecal samples. Oecologia, 120: 304-310.
  • Cybulski, S. M., and J. S. Holt. 1999a. Ab initio potential energy surfaces for He-Cl-2, Ne-Cl-2, and Ar-Cl-2. Journal of Chemical Physics 110:7745–7755.
  • Cybulski, S. M., and J. S. Holt. 1999b. Ab initio potential energy surfaces for He-Cl-2, Ne-Cl-2, and Ar-Cl-2. Journal of Chemical Physics 110:7745–7755.
  • Ellstrand, N.C., H.C. Prentice, J.F. Hancock. 1999. Gene flow and introgression from domesticated plants into their wild relatives. Annual Review of Ecology and Systematics, 30:539-563.
  • Gómez-Pompa, A., A. Kaus. 1999. From pre-Hispanic to future conservation alternatives: Lessons from Mexico. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the USA, 96(11):5982-5986.
  • Hegde, S. G., and N. C. Ellstrand. 1999. Life history differences between rare and common flowering plant species of California and the British Isles. International Journal of Plant Sciences 160:1083–1091.
  • Leydecker, A., J. O. Sickman, and J. M. Melack. 1999. Episodic lake acidification in the Sierra Nevada, California. Water Resources Research 35:2793–2804.
  • Padgett, P.E., E.B. Allen. 1999. Differential responses to nitrogen fertilization in native shrubs and exotic annuals common to Mediterranean coastal sage scrub of California. Plant Ecology, 144: 93-101.
  • Padgett, P.E., E.B. Allen, A. Bytnerowicz, et al. 1999. Changes in soil inorganic nitrogen as related to atmospheric nitrogenous pollutants in southern California. Atmospheric Environment, 33 (5): 769-781.
  • Regan, H. M., M. Colyvan, and M. A. Burgman. 1999. Dealing with vagueness in threatened species classification. (R. N. Dave and T. Sudkamp, Eds.). Ieee, New York.
  • Rillig, M.S., C.B. Field, M.F. Allen. 1999. Soil biota responses to long-term atmospheric CO2 enrichment in two California annual grasslands. Oecologia, 119: 572-577.
  • Stylinski, C.D., E.B. Allen. 1999. Lack of native species recovery following severe exotic disturbance in southern California shrublands. Journal of Applied Ecology, 36: 544-554.

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