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Can dormancy affect the evolution of post-germination traits? The case of Lesquerella fendleri Ecology. 76:344-356.. 1995.
Rodents, plants, and precipitation: spatial and temporal dynamics of consumers and resources. Oikos. 88:470-482.. 2000.
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.. 2013.
Resistance of creosotebush to mammalian herbivory: Temporal consistency and browsing-induced changes. Ecology. 75:1684-1692.. 1994.
Body size, energy use, and community structure of small mammals. Ecology. 86:1407-1413.. 2005.
Modeling relationships between climate and the frequency of human plague cases in the Southwestern United States, 1960-1997. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene. 66:186-196.. 2002.
The use of tunable diode laser absorption spectroscopy for rapid measurements of the delta C-13 of animal breath for physiological and ecological studies. Rapid Communications in Mass Spectrometry. 23:1281-1286.. 2009.
Broadband, red-edge information from satellites improves early stress detection in conifer forests. Remote Sensing and Environment. 115(12):3640-3646.. 2011.
Endo- and ectomycorrhizae in Quercus agrifolia Nee. (Fagaceae): Patterns of root colonization and effects on seedling growth. Mycorrhiza. 11:283-290.. 2001.
Mycorrhizal fungal communities: Their organization, role and conservation in ecosystems under elevated atmospheric CO2 and anthropogenic nitrogen deposition. Microorganisms in Plant Conservation and Biodiversity. :19-43.. 2002.
Positive interactions between desert granivores: localized facilitation of harvester ants by kangaroo rats. PLoS ONE. 7(2):1-9.. 2012.
Dispersal, Facilitation, and burrow architecture in banner-tailed kangaroo rats. Department of Biology. Ph. D.:107.. 2010.
Sex specific effects of size and condition on timing of natal dispersal in kangaroo rats. Behavioral Ecology. :776-783.. 2011.
Kangaroo Rats Remodel Burrows in Response to Seasonal Changes in Environmental Conditions. Ethology. 117:430-439.. 2011.