Found 748 results
Author Title Type [ Year(Desc)]
Paruelo JM, Epstein HE, Lauenroth WK, Burke IC.  1997.  ANPP estimates from NDVI for the central grassland region of the United States. Ecology. 78:953-958.
White CS, Loftin SR, Aquilar R..  1997.  Application of biosolids to degraded semiarid rangeland: Nine-year responses. Journal of Environmental Quality. 26:1663-1671.
Milne BT.  1997.  Applications of fractal geometry in wildlife biology. Wildlife and Landscape Ecology: Effects of Pattern on Scale. :32-69.
Tilman D, Naeem S, Knops J, Reich PB, Siemann E, Wedin D, Ritchie M, Lawton J, Wardle DA, Zackrisson O et al..  1997.  Biodiversity and ecosystem properties. Science. 278:1866-1869.
Mehlman DW.  1997.  Change in avian abundance across the geographic range in response to environmental change. Ecological Applications. 7:614-624.
Hraber PT, Milne BT.  1997.  Community assembly in a model ecosystem. Ecological Modelling. 103:267-285.
Ashby PD.  1997.  Conservation of mass-specific metabolic rate among high- and low-elevation populations of the acridid grasshopper Xanthippus corallipes. Physiological Zoology. 70:701-711.
Keitt TH, Urban DL, Milne BT.  1997.  Detecting critical scales in fragmented landscapes. Conservation Ecology [online]1(1):4..
Cabin RJ, Evans AS, Mitchell RJ.  1997.  Do plants derived from seeds that readily germinate differ from plants derived from seeds that require forcing to germinate? A case study of the desert mustard Lesquerella fendleri The American Midland Naturalist. 138:121-133.
Mitchell RJ.  1997.  Effects of pollen quantity on progeny vigor: Evidence from the desert mustard Lesquerella fendleri. Evolution. 51:1427-1434.
Mitchell RJ.  1997.  Effects of pollination intensity on Lesquerella fendleri seed set: Variation among plants. Oecologia. 109:382-388.
Hill RJ, Otto WD, Wilson JJ, Andreas EL, Sarma AD, Gosz JR, Moore DI.  1997.  An evaluation of the scintillation method for obtaining fluxes of momentum and heat.
Cabin RJ, Evans AS, Mitchell RJ.  1997.  Genetic effects of germination timing and environment: An experimental investigation. Evolution. 51:1427-1434.
Stuever MC, Crawford CS, Jr. MCMolles, White CS, Muldavin EH.  1997.  Initial Assessment of the Role of Fire in the Middle Rio Grande Bosque. Proceedings: First Conference on Endangered Species and Habitats. :275-283.
Yates TL.  1997.  Life among the muses: Papers in honor of James S. Findley.
Frey TC, Curtin CG.  1997.  A low-tech technique for aerial photograph analysis. Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America. 78:203-204.
Wilber PG, Patrick MJ.  1997.  Mark-recapture vs. simulated removal trapping for assessing temporal patterns in ecological communities: An example using coccidian parasites of two species of rodent. American Midland Naturalist. 137:112-123.
Michener WK, Brunt JW, Helly JJ, Kirchner TB, Stafford SG.  1997.  Nongeospatial metadata for the ecological sciences. Ecological Applications. 7:330-342.
Wilson WD, Hnida JA, Duszynski DW.  1997.  Parasites of mammals on the Sevilleta National Wildlife Refuge, Socorro, New Mexico: Cuterebra austeni and C. neomexicana (Diptera: Oestridae) from Neotoma and Peromyscus (Rodentia: Muridae), 1991-1994. Journal of Medical Entomology. 34:359-367.
Mills JN, Ksiazek TG, Ellis B.A, Rollin PE, Nichol ST, Yates TL, Gannon WL, Levy CE, Engelthaler DM, Davis T. et al..  1997.  Patterns of association with host and habitat: Antibody reactive with Sin Nombre Virus in small mammals in the major biotic communities of the southwestern United States. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene. 56:273-284.
Herrera J, Kramer CL, Reichman O.J..  1997.  Patterns of fungal communities that inhabit rodent food stores: Effect of substrate and infection time. Mycologia. 89:846-857.
Nieuwolt-Dacanay PM.  1997.  Reproduction in the western box turtle, Terrapene ornata luteola. Copeia. 1997:819-826.
Roll J, Mitchell RJ, Cabin RJ, Marshall DL.  1997.  Reproductive success increases with local density of conspecifics in a desert mustard (Lesquerella fendleri). Conservation Biology. 11:738-746.
Brantley SL.  1997.  Surface-active arthropods at the Sevilleta LTER, New Mexico: spatial and temporal patterns in an ENSO-influenced system.