Found 748 results
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Peters DPC, Laney C.M., Lugo A.E., Collins SL, Driscoll C.T., Groffman P.M., Grove J.M., Knapp AK, Kratz TK, Ohman M.D. et al..  2013.  Long-term trends in production, abundance, and richness of plants and animals. Long-term trends in ecological systems: A basis for understanding responses to global change.
Kutvirt SG.  2013.  The Microbial Link in Ecosystem Processing in East Fork of the Jemez River: Extracellular Enzyme Response to Habitat, Seasonal Fluctuations, and Wildfire Disturbance. Water Resources Program. Master of Water Resources: Hydroscience Concentration:31.
Shafer B..  2013.  Multi-year Measurement of Whole-stream Metabolism in a Snowmelt-dominated Montane Ecosystem. Water Resources Program. Master of Water Resources:48.
Apfel A.  2013.  Opposites attract: The place where edges meet. 45(1)
Munson SM.  2013.  Plant responses, climate pivot points, and trade-offs in water-limited ecosystems. Ecosphere. 4(9)
Abramson G, Giuggioli L, Parmenter RR, Kenkre V.M.  2013.  Quasi-one-dimensional waves in rodent populations in heterogeneous habitats: A consequence of elevational gradients on spatio-temporal dynamics. Journal of Theoretical Biology. 319:96-101.
Plaut JA, W. Wadsworth D, Pangle RE, Yepez EA, McDowell NG, Pockman WT.  2013.  Reduced transpiration response to precipitation pulses precedes mortality in a piñon-juniper woodland subject to prolonged drought. New Phytologist. 200(2)
Gutzler DS.  2013.  Regional climatic considerations for borderlands sustainability. Ecosphere. 40(1):1-12.
Munson SM, Muldavin EH, Belnap J, Peters DPC, Anderson JP, M. Reiser H, Gallo K, Melgoza-Castillo A, Herrick JE, Christianson TA.  2013.  Regional signatures of plant response to drought and elevated temperature across a desert ecosystem. Ecology. 94(9)
Limousin JMarc, Bickford CP, Dickman LT, Pangle RE, Hudson PJ, Boutz AL, Gehres N, Osuna JL, Pockman WT, McDowell NG.  2013.  Regulation and acclimation of leaf gas exchange in a piñon–juniper woodland exposed to three different precipitation regimes. Plant, Cell and Environment. 36:1812-1825.
Plaut JA.  2013.  Regulation of Hydraulic Function and Consequences for Drought-related Mortality in Mature Woody Plants. Department of Biology. Ph.D:222.
Gilman CA, Candelaria G, Gershman B, Norenberg JP, Wolf BO.  2013.  Respiratory Biology during Gravidity in Crotaphytus collaris and Gambelia wislizenii. Journal of Herpetology. 47(2)
Friggens MM, Bagne KE, Finch DM, Falk D, Triepke J, Lynch A.  2013.  Review and Recommendations for Climate Change Vulnerability Assessment Approaches With Examples From the Southwest. :1-118.
Robinson TMP, La Pierre KJ, Vadeboncoeur MA, Byrne KM, Thomey ML, Colby SE.  2013.  Seasonal, not annual precipitation drives community productivity across ecosystems. Oikos. 122(5)
Cleland EE, Collins SL, Dickson TL, Farrer EC, Gross KL, Gherardi LA, Hallett LM, Hobbs RJ, Hsu JS, Turnbull L et al..  2013.  Sensitivity of grassland plant community composition to spatial vs. temporal variation in precipitation. Ecology. 94(8)
Perdrial JN, McIntyre JL, Harpold A, Brooks PD, Zapata-Rios X, Ray J, Meixner T, Kanduc T, Litvak ME, Troch PA et al..  2013.  Stream water carbon controls in seasonally snow-covered mountain catchments: impact of inter-annual variability of water fluxes, catchment aspect and seasonal processes. Biogeochemistry. :1-18.
Ernest SKMorgan.  2013.  Using size distributions to understand the role of body size in mammalian community assembly. Animal Body Size: Linking pattern and process across space, time, and taxonomy. :147-167.
Puttock AKeith.  2013.  Vegetation Change and Water, Sediment and Carbon Dynamics in Semi-Arid Environments. Department of Geography. Ph.D:290.
D’Odorico P, He Y, Collins SL, DeWekker SFJ, Engel V, Fuentes JD.  2013.  Vegetation–microclimate feedbacks in woodland–grassland ecotones. Global Ecology and Biogeography. 22:364–379.
Friggens MM, Finch DM, Bagne KE, Coe SJ, Hawksworth DL.  2013.  Vulnerability of Species to Climate Change in the Southwest: Terrestrial Species of the Middle Rio Grande. :1-201.