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Abramson G., Giuggioli L., Kenkre V.M, Dragoo J.W, Parmenter RR, Parmenter CA, Yates TL.  2006.  Diffusion and home range parameters for rodents: Peromyscus maniculatus in New Mexico. Ecological Complexity. 3:64-70.
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.
Abramson G., Kenkre V.M, Yates TL, Parmenter RR.  2003.  Traveling waves of infection in the hantavirus epidemics. Bulletin of Mathematical Biology. 65:519-534.
Acuna V., Datry T., Marshall J., Barcelo D., Dahm C.N., Ginebreda A., McGregor G., Sabater S., Tockner K., Palmer M.A..  2014.  Why Should We Care About Temporary Waterways? Science. 343(6175):1080-1081.
Adler PB, Seabloom EW, Borer ET, Hillebrand H, Hautier Y, Hector A, W. Harpole S, O'Halloran LR, Grace JB.  2011.  Productivity is a poor predictor of plant species diversity. Science. 333:1750-1752.
Aguilar R, Loftin SR, Ward TJ, Stevens KA, Gosz JR.  1994.  Sewage sludge application in semiarid grasslands: Effects on vegetation and water quality.
Allen AP, Pockman WT, Restrepo C., Milne BT.  2008.  Allometry, growth, and population regulation of the desert shrub Larrea tridentata. Functional Ecology. 22:197-204.
Allen EB, Brown JS, Allen MF.  2001.  Restoration of animal, plant, and microbial diversity. Encyclopedia of Biodiversity. 5:185-202.
Allen MF, Swenson W, Querejeta JI, Egerton-Warburton LM, Treseder KK.  2003.  Ecology of mycorrhizae: A conceptual framework for complex interactions among plants and fungi. Annual Review of Phytopathology. 41:271-303.
Allen MF.  2002.  Mycorrhizae: Arbuscular mycorrhizae.. Encyclopedia of Environmental Microbiology. :2120-2124.
Allen MF, Jasper D.A., Zak J.C..  2002.  Micro-organisms. Handbook of Ecological Restoration. 1:257-278.
Allen MF.  2001.  Modeling arbuscular mycorrhizal infection: is % infection an appropriate variable? Mycorrhiza. 10:255-258.
Allen MF, Lansing J.L., Allen EB.  2002.  The role of mycorrhizal fungi in composition and dynamics of plant communities: A scaling issue. Progress in Botany. 63:344-367.
Allen MF.  2006.  Water dynamics of mycorrhizas in arid soils. Fungi in Biogeochemical Cycles. :74-97.
Allen AP, Li B-L, Charnov EL.  2001.  Population fluctuations, power laws and mixtures of lognormal distributions. Ecology Letters. 4:1-3.
Allen MF, Allen EB, Lansing JL, Pregitzer KS, Hendrick RL, Ruess RW, Collins SL.  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.
Anand M., Li B-L.  2001.  Spatiotemporal dynamics in a transition zone: Patchiness, scale, and an emergent property. Community Ecology. 2:161-169.
Anand M., Li B-L.  2002.  On emergent properties, mathematical artifacts and power laws. Community Ecology. 3(2):249-251.
Anderson CB, Celis-Diez JL, Bond BJ, Guillermo MPastur, Little C, Armesto JJ, Ghersa C, Austin A, Schlichter T, Lara A et al..  2012.  Progress in creating a joint research agenda for networked long-term socio-ecological research in Southern Latin America -- addressing crucial technological and human capacity gaps limiting its application in Chile and Argentina. Austral Ecology.
Andreas EL, Hill RJ, Gosz JR, Moore DI, Otto WD, Sarma AD.  1998.  Statistics of surface-layer turbulence over terrain with metre-scale heterogeneity. Boundary-Layer Meteorology. 86:379-408.
Andreas EL, Hill RJ, Gosz JR, Moore DI, Otto WD, Sarma AD.  1998.  Stability dependence of the eddy-accumulation coefficients for momentum and scalars. Boundary-Layer Meteorology. 86:409-420.
Apfel A.  2013.  Opposites attract: The place where edges meet. 45(1)
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.
Ayarbe J.P, Kieft TL.  2000.  Mammal mounds stimulate microbial activities in a semiarid shrubland. Ecology. 81:1150-1154.

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