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  • Research & Teaching Preserve

    Christian, N., Sullivan, C., Visser, N. D., & Clay, K. (2016). Plant Host and Geographic Location Drive Endophyte Community Composition in the Face of Perturbation. Microbial ecology, 72(3), 621-632.

    Rosling, A., Midgley, M. G., Cheeke, T., Urbina, H., Fransson, P., & Phillips, R. P. (2016). Phosphorus cycling in deciduous forest soil differs between stands dominated by ecto‐and arbuscular mycorrhizal trees. New Phytologist, 209(3), 1184-1195.

    Kraemer, S. A., Wielgoss, S., Fiegna, F., & Velicer, G. J. (2016). The biogeography of kin discrimination across microbial neighbourhoods. Molecular Ecology, 25(19), 4875-4888.

    Midgley, M. G., & Phillips, R. P. (2016). Resource stoichiometry and the biogeochemical consequences of nitrogen deposition in a mixed deciduous forest. Ecology.

    Brzostek, E. R., Dragoni, D., Brown, Z. A., & Phillips, R. P. (2015). Mycorrhizal type determines the magnitude and direction of root‐induced changes in decomposition in a temperate forest. New Phytologist, 206(4), 1274-1282.

    Smith, L. M., & Reynolds, H. L. (2015). Plant–soil feedbacks shift from negative to positive with decreasing light in forest understory species. Ecology, 96(9), 2523-2532.

    Johnson, D. J., Flory, S. L., Shelton, A., Huebner, C., & Clay, K. (2015). Interactive effects of a non‐native invasive grass Microstegium vimineum and herbivore exclusion on experimental tree regeneration under differing forest management. Journal of Applied Ecology, 52(1), 210-219.

    Shannon-Firestone, S., & Firestone, J. (2015). Allelopathic potential of invasive species is determined by plant and soil community context. Plant Ecology, 216(3), 491-502.

    Smith, L. M., & Reynolds, H. L. (2015). Euonymus fortunei dominance over native species may be facilitated by plant–soil feedback. Plant Ecology, 1-6.

    Smith, L. M. (2015). Garlic Mustard (Alliaria petiolata) Glucosinolate Content Varies Across a Natural Light Gradient. Journal of chemical ecology, 41(5), 486-492.

    Chung, Y. A., Miller, T. E., & Rudgers, J. A. (2015). Fungal symbionts maintain a rare plant population but demographic advantage drives the dominance of a common host. Journal of Ecology, 103(4), 967-977.

    Smith, L. M., & Reynolds, H. L. (2015). Extended leaf phenology, allelopathy, and inter-population variation influence invasion success of an understory forest herb. Biological Invasions, 17(8), 2299-2313.

    Wilson, C. H., Caughlin, T. T., Civitello, D. J., & Flory, S. L. (2015). Combining mesocosm and field experiments to predict invasive plant performance: a hierarchical Bayesian approach. Ecology, 96(4), 1084-1092.

    Shannon-Firestone, S., Reynolds, H. L., Phillips, R. P., Flory, S. L., & Yannarell, A. (2015). The role of ammonium oxidizing communities in mediating effects of an invasive plant on soil nitrification. Soil Biology and Biochemistry, 90, 266-274.

    Midgley, M. G., Brzostek, E., & Phillips, R. P. (2015). Decay rates of leaf litters from arbuscular mycorrhizal trees are more sensitive to soil effects than litters from ectomycorrhizal trees. Journal of Ecology, 103(6), 1454-1463.

    Oviedo Vargas, Diana (2015). Dissolved organic matter and coupled biogeochemical cycles in streams and rivers. (PhD Dissertation, Indiana University Bloomington)

    Midgley, Meghan G (2015). Nitrogen deposition impacts on soil carbon and nitrogen dynamics: The role of mycorrhizal associations in temperate forests. (PhD Dissertation, Indiana University Bloomington)

    Shelton, A. L., Henning, J. A., Schultz, P., & Clay, K. (2014). Effects of abundant white-tailed deer on vegetation, animals, mycorrhizal fungi, and soils. Forest Ecology and Management, 320, 39-49.

    Flory, S. L., & Bauer, J. T. (2014). Experimental evidence for indirect facilitation among invasive plants. Journal of Ecology, 102(1), 12-18.

    Landesman, W. J., Nelson, D. M., & Fitzpatrick, M. C. (2014). Soil properties and tree species drive ß-diversity of soil bacterial communities. Soil Biology and Biochemistry, 76, 201-209.

    Yin, H., Wheeler, E., & Phillips, R. P. (2014). Root-induced changes in nutrient cycling in forests depend on exudation rates. Soil Biology and Biochemistry, 78, 213-221.

    Mattingly, W. B., & Reynolds, H. L. (2014). Soil fertility alters the nature of plant–resource interactions in invaded grassland communities. Biological invasions, 16(11), 2465-2478.

    Shannon, S. M., Bauer, J. T., Anderson, W. E., & Reynolds, H. L. (2014). Plant-soil feedbacks between invasive shrubs and native forest understory species lead to shifts in the abundance of mycorrhizal fungi. Plant and Soil, 382(1-2), 317-328.

    Smith, Lauren M (2014). Leaf phenology and light availability influence plant invasion mechanisms within Eastern deciduous forests. (PhD Dissertation, Indiana University Bloomington)

    Phillips, R. P., Brzostek, E., & Midgley, M. G. (2013). The mycorrhizal‐associated nutrient economy: a new framework for predicting carbon–nutrient couplings in temperate forests. New Phytologist, 199(1), 41-51.

    Bashey, F., Hawlena, H., & Lively, C. M. (2013). Alternative paths to success in a parasite community: within‐host competition can favor higher virulence or direct interference. Evolution, 67(3), 900-907.

    Shannon Firestone, Sarah M (2013). A study of soil feedback and allelopathy in four invasive plant species. (PhD Dissertation, Indiana University Bloomington)

    Johnson, Daniel (2013). Patterns and mechanisms of tree recruitment in eastern United States forests. (PhD Dissertation, Indiana University Bloomington)

    Bauer, J. T., Shannon, S. M., Stoops, R. E., & Reynolds, H. L. (2012). Context dependency of the allelopathic effects of Lonicera maackii on seed germination. Plant Ecology, 213(12), 1907-1916.

    Hawlena, H., Bashey, F., & Lively, C. M. (2012). Bacteriocin‐mediated interactions within and between coexisting species. Ecology and evolution, 2(10), 2521-2526.

    Bashey, F., Young, S. K., Hawlena, H., & Lively, C. M. (2012). Spiteful interactions between sympatric natural isolates of Xenorhabdus bovienii benefit kin and reduce virulence. Journal of evolutionary biology, 25(3), 431-437.

    Lee, M. R., Flory, S. L., & Phillips, R. P. (2012). Positive feedbacks to growth of an invasive grass through alteration of nitrogen cycling. Oecologia, 170(2), 457-465.

    Rudgers, J. A., Miller, T. E., Ziegler, S. M., & Craven, K. D. (2012). There are many ways to be a mutualist: endophytic fungus reduces plant survival but increases population growth. Ecology, 93(3), 565-574.

    Flory, S. L., Kleczewski, N., & Clay, K. (2011). Ecological consequences of pathogen accumulation on an invasive grass. Ecosphere, 2(10), 1-12.

    Hawlena, H., Bashey, F., Mendes‐Soares, H., & Lively, C. M. (2010). Spiteful interactions in a natural population of the bacterium Xenorhabdus bovienii. The American Naturalist, 175(3), 374-381.

    Hawlena, H., Bashey, F., & Lively, C. M. (2010). The evolution of spite: population structure and bacteriocin‐mediated antagonism in two natural populations of Xenorhabdus bacteria. Evolution, 64(11), 3198-3204.

    Kleczewski, N. M., & Flory, S. L. (2010). Leaf Blight Disease on the Invasive Grass Microstegium vimineum Caused by a Bipolaris sp. Plant Disease, 94(7), 807-811.

    Reynolds, H. L. (2010). Teaching environmental literacy: across campus and across the curriculum. Bloomington: Indiana University Press.

    Koslow, J. M., & Clay, K. (2010). Spatial and Temporal Patterns of Rust Infection on Jewelweed (Impatiens capensis). International journal of plant sciences, 171(5), 529-537.

    Crawford, K. M., Land, J. M., & Rudgers, J. A. (2010). Fungal endophytes of native grasses decrease insect herbivore preference and performance. Oecologia, 164(2), 431-444.

    Rudgers, J. A., Afkhami, M. E., Rúa, M. A., Davitt, A. J., Hammer, S., & Huguet, V. M. (2009). A fungus among us: broad patterns of endophyte distribution in the grasses. Ecology, 90(6), 1531-1539.

    Rudgers, J. A., & Orr, S. (2009). Non‐native grass alters growth of native tree species via leaf and soil microbes. Journal of Ecology, 97(2), 247-255.

    Clay, K., Shelton, A. L., & Winkle, C. (2009). Effects of oviposition by periodical cicadas on tree growth. Canadian journal of forest research, 39(9), 1688-1697.

    Rudgers, J. A., & Swafford, A. L. (2009). Benefits of a fungal endophyte in Elymus virginicus decline under drought stress. Basic and Applied Ecology, 10(1), 43-51.

    Flory, S. Luke. (2008). Causes and consequences of exotic plant invasions in eastern deciduous forests. [Bloomington, Ind.]: Indiana University.

    Flory, S. L., Rudgers, J. A., & Clay, K. (2007). Experimental light treatments affect invasion success and the impact of Microstegium vimineum on the resident community. Natural Areas Journal, 27(2), 124-132.

    Linksvayer, T. A. (2005). Social evolution in ants: direct and indirect genetic effects. [Bloomington, Ind.]: Indiana University.

    Packer, A., & Clay, K. (2004). Development of negative feedback during successive growth cycles of black cherry. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B: Biological Sciences, 271(1536), 317-324.

    Reinhart, K. O. (2003). Mechanisms for invasion by non-native trees: Facilitation ecosytem engineering and escape from belowground enemies. Missoula: University of Montana.

  • Griffy Woods

    Shelton, A. L., Henning, J. A., Schultz, P., & Clay, K. (2014). Effects of abundant white-tailed deer on vegetation, animals, mycorrhizal fungi, and soils. Forest Ecology and Management, 320, 39-49.

    Blair, Albert P. (1941). Variation, isolating mechanisms, and hybridization in certain toads. Genetics, Vol 26(4), 398-417.  

  • MMSF Ameriflux Tower

    Sullivan, R. C., & Pryor, S. C. (2016). Dynamic and chemical controls on new particle formation occurrence and characteristics from in situ and satellite-based measurements. Atmospheric Environment, 127, 316-325.

    Sulman, B. N., Roman, D. T., Scanlon, T. M., Wang, L., & Novick, K. A. (2016). Comparing methods for partitioning a decade of carbon dioxide and water vapor fluxes in a temperate forest. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, 226, 229-245.

    Sulman, B. N., Roman, D. T., Yi, K., Wang, L., Phillips, R. P., & Novick, K. A. (2016). High atmospheric demand for water can limit forest carbon uptake and transpiration as severely as dry soil. Geophysical Research Letters, 43(18), 9686-9695.

    Melaas, E. K., Sulla-Menashe, D., Gray, J. M., Black, T. A., Morin, T. H., Richardson, A. D., & Friedl, M. A. (2016). Multisite analysis of land surface phenology in North American temperate and boreal deciduous forests from Landsat. Remote Sensing of Environment, 186, 452-464.

    Pryor, S. C., Joerger, V. M., & Sullivan, R. C. (2016). Empirical estimates of size-resolved precipitation scavenging coefficients for ultrafine particles. Atmospheric Environment, 143, 133-138.

    Jay, S., Potter, C., Crabtree, R., Genovese, V., Weiss, D. J., & Kraft, M. (2016). Evaluation of modelled net primary production using MODIS and landsat satellite data fusion. Carbon Balance and Management, 11(1), 1-13.

    Yang, Q., & Zhang, X. (2016). Improving SWAT for simulating water and carbon fluxes of forest ecosystems. Science of The Total Environment, 569, 1478-1488.

    Liu, S., Zhuang, Q., He, Y., Noormets, A., Chen, J., & Gu, L. (2016). Evaluating atmospheric CO 2 effects on gross primary productivity and net ecosystem exchanges of terrestrial ecosystems in the conterminous United States using the AmeriFlux data and an artificial neural network approach. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, 220, 38-49.

    Liu, X., Jacobs, E., Kumar, A., Biehl, L., Andresen, J., & Niyogi, D. (2016). The Purdue Agro-climatic (PAC) dataset for the US Corn Belt: Development and initial results. Climate Risk Management.

    Pryor, S. C., Joerger, V. M., & Sullivan, R. C. (2016). Empirical estimates of size-resolved precipitation scavenging coefficients for ultrafine particles. Atmospheric Environment, 143, 133-138.

    Yadav, V., Michalak, A. M., Ray, J., & Shiga, Y. P. (2016). A statistical approach for isolating fossil fuel emissions in atmospheric inverse problems. Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres.

    Novick, K. A., Ficklin, D. L., Stoy, P. C., Williams, C. A., Bohrer, G., Oishi, A. C., ... & Scott, R. L. (2016). The increasing importance of atmospheric demand for ecosystem water and carbon fluxes. Nature Climate Change.

    Cheng, S. J., Bohrer, G., Steiner, A. L., Hollinger, D. Y., Suyker, A., Phillips, R. P., & Nadelhoffer, K. J. (2015). Variations in the influence of diffuse light on gross primary productivity in temperate ecosystems. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, 201, 98-110.

    Yan, H., Wang, S. Q., Billesbach, D., Oechel, W., Bohrer, G., Meyers, T., ... & Yu, Q. (2015). Improved global simulations of gross primary product based on a new definition of water stress factor and a separate treatment of C3 and C4 plants. Ecological Modelling, 297, 42-59.

    Toomey, M., Friedl, M. A., Frolking, S., Hufkens, K., Klosterman, S., Sonnentag, O., ... & Brzostek, E. (2015). Greenness indices from digital cameras predict the timing and seasonal dynamics of canopy‐scale photosynthesis. Ecological Applications, 25(1), 99-115

    Williams, I. N., & Torn, M. S. (2015). Vegetation controls on surface heat flux partitioning, and land‐atmosphere coupling. Geophysical Research Letters, 42(21), 9416-9424.

    Wang, D., Liang, S., He, T., Yu, Y., Schaaf, C., & Wang, Z. (2015). Estimating daily mean land surface albedo from MODIS data. Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres, 120(10), 4825-4841.

    Bloom, A. A., & Williams, M. (2015). Constraining ecosystem carbon dynamics in a data-limited world: integrating ecological" common sense" in a model–data fusion framework. Biogeosciences, 12(5), 1299-1315.

    Hansen, K., Pryor, S. C., Bøgh, E., Hornsby, K. E., Jensen, B., & Sørensen, L. L. (2015). Background concentrations and fluxes of atmospheric ammonia over a deciduous forest. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, 214, 380-392.

    Roman, D. T., Novick, K. A., Brzostek, E. R., Dragoni, D., Rahman, F., & Phillips, R. P. (2015). The role of isohydric and anisohydric species in determining ecosystem-scale response to severe drought. Oecologia, 179(3), 641-654.

    Kim, Y., Moorcroft, P. R., Aleinov, I., Puma, M. J., & Kiang, N. Y. (2015). Variability of phenology and fluxes of water and carbon with observed and simulated soil moisture in the Ent Terrestrial Biosphere Model (Ent TBM version 1.0. 1.0. 0). Geoscientific Model Development, 8(12), 3837-3865.

    Quijano, J. C., & Kumar, P. (2015). Numerical simulations of hydraulic redistribution across climates: The role of the root hydraulic conductivities. Water Resources Research, 51(10), 8529-8550.

    Ishtiaq, K. S., & Abdul-Aziz, O. I. (2015). Relative Linkages of Canopy-Level CO2 Fluxes with the Climatic and Environmental Variables for US Deciduous Forests. Environmental management, 55(4), 943-960.

    Yue, X., Unger, N., Keenan, T. F., Zhang, X., & Vogel, C. S. (2015). Probing the past 30-year phenology trend of US deciduous forests. Biogeosciences, 12(15), 4693-4709.

    Ershadi, A., McCabe, M. F., Evans, J. P., & Wood, E. F. (2015). Impact of model structure and parameterization on Penman–Monteith type evaporation models. Journal of Hydrology, 525, 521-535.

    Savoy, P., & Mackay, D. S. (2015). Modeling the seasonal dynamics of leaf area index based on environmental constraints to canopy development. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, 200, 46-56.

    Migliavacca, M., Reichstein, M., Richardson, A. D., Mahecha, M. D., Cremonese, E., Delpierre, N., ... & Carvalhais, N. (2015). Influence of physiological phenology on the seasonal pattern of ecosystem respiration in deciduous forests. Global change biology, 21(1), 363-376.

    Fang, Y., & Michalak, A. M. (2015). Atmospheric observations inform CO2 flux responses to enviroclimatic drivers. Global Biogeochemical Cycles, 29(5), 555-566.

    D’Odorico, P., Gonsamo, A., Gough, C. M., Bohrer, G., Morison, J., Wilkinson, M., ... & Buchmann, N. (2015). The match and mismatch between photosynthesis and land surface phenology of deciduous forests. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, 214, 25-38.

    Matheny, A. M., Bohrer, G., Stoy, P. C., Baker, I. T., Black, A. T., Desai, A. R., ... & Novick, K. A. (2014). Characterizing the diurnal patterns of errors in the prediction of evapotranspiration by several land‐surface models: An NACP analysis. Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences, 119(7), 1458-1473.

    Pryor, S. C., Hornsby, K. E., & Novick, K. A. (2014). Forest canopy interactions with nucleation mode particles. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 14(21), 11985-11996.

    Brzostek, E. R., Dragoni, D., Schmid, H. P., Rahman, A. F., Sims, D., Wayson, C. A., ... & Phillips, R. P. (2014). Chronic water stress reduces tree growth and the carbon sink of deciduous hardwood forests. Global change biology, 20(8), 2531-2539.

    Sims, D. A., Brzostek, E. R., Rahman, A. F., Dragoni, D., & Phillips, R. P. (2014). An improved approach for remotely sensing water stress impacts on forest C uptake. Global change biology, 20(9), 2856-2866.

    Nicholay N. Bogoslovskiy ; Sergey I. Erin ; Irina A. Borodina and Lubov I. Kizhner. Comparison of ASCAT satellite soil moisture measurements data with in-situ measurements ", Proc. SPIE 9292, 20th International Symposium on Atmospheric and Ocean Optics: Atmospheric Physics, 92924P (November 25, 2014); doi:10.1117/12.2075184;

    Archibald, J. A., & Walter, M. T. (2014). Do Energy‐Based PET Models Require More Input Data than Temperature‐Based Models?—An Evaluation at Four Humid FluxNet Sites. JAWRA Journal of the American Water Resources Association, 50(2), 497-508.

    Kathilankal, J. C., O'Halloran, T. L., Schmidt, A., Hanson, C. V., and Law, B. E.: Development of a semi-parametric PAR (Photosynthetically Active Radiation) partitioning model for the United States, version 1.0, Geosci. Model Dev., 7, 2477-2484, doi:10.5194/gmd-7-2477-2014, 2014.

    Wu, C., Gonsamo, A., Gough, C. M., Chen, J. M., & Xu, S. (2014). Modeling growing season phenology in North American forests using seasonal mean vegetation indices from MODIS. Remote Sensing of Environment, 147, 79-88.

    Zhao, J. J., & Liu, L. Y. (2014). Linking satellite-based spring phenology to temperate deciduous broadleaf forest photosynthesis activity. International Journal of Digital Earth, 7(11), 881-896.

    Lu, H., Liu, T., Yang, Y., & Yao, D. (2014). A hybrid dual-source model of estimating evapotranspiration over different ecosystems and implications for satellite-based approaches. Remote Sensing, 6(9), 8359-8386.

    Cai, X., Yang, Z. L., David, C. H., Niu, G. Y., & Rodell, M. (2014). Hydrological evaluation of the Noah‐MP land surface model for the Mississippi River Basin. Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres, 119(1), 23-38.

    Bonan, G. B., Williams, M., Fisher, R. A., & Oleson, K. W. (2014). Modeling stomatal conductance in the earth system: linking leaf water-use efficiency and water transport along the soil–plant–atmosphere continuum. Geoscientific Model Development, 7(5), 2193-2222.

    Wu, C., Chen, J. M., Black, T. A., Price, D. T., Kurz, W. A., Desai, A. R., ... & Dragoni, D. (2013). Interannual variability of net ecosystem productivity in forests is explained by carbon flux phenology in autumn. Global Ecology and Biogeography, 22(8), 994-1006.

    Lu, Yaqiong (2013). Development and application of WRF3.3-CLM4crop to study of agriculture - climate interaction. (PhD Dissertation, University of California Merced)

    Sonnentag, O., Hufkens, K., Teshera-Sterne, C., Young, A. M., Friedl, M., Braswell, B. H., ... & Richardson, A. D. (2012). Digital repeat photography for phenological research in forest ecosystems. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, 152, 159-177.

    Tang, X., Wang, Z., Liu, D., Song, K., Jia, M., Dong, Z., ... & Desai, A. R. (2012). Estimating the net ecosystem exchange for the major forests in the northern United States by integrating MODIS and AmeriFlux data. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, 156, 75-84.

    Dai, Y., Baek, S. H., Garcia-Diaz, A., Yang, B., Tsui, K. L., & Zhuang, J. (2012). An enhanced engineering perspective of global climate systems and statistical formulation of terrestrial CO2 exchanges. Theoretical and Applied Climatology, 107(3-4), 347-359.

    Gonsamo, A., Chen, J. M., Wu, C., & Dragoni, D. (2012). Predicting deciduous forest carbon uptake phenology by upscaling FLUXNET measurements using remote sensing data. Agricultural and forest meteorology, 165, 127-135.

    Gonsamo, A., Chen, J. M., Price, D. T., Kurz, W. A., & Wu, C. (2012). Land surface phenology from optical satellite measurement and CO2 eddy covariance technique. Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences, 117(G3).

    Ogutu, Booker (2012) Modelling terrestrial ecosystem productivity using remote sensing data. University of Southampton, School of Geography, Doctoral Thesis , 235pp.

    Keenan, T. F., Baker, I., Barr, A., Ciais, P., Davis, K., Dietze, M., ... & Hufkens, K. (2012). Terrestrial biosphere model performance for inter‐annual variability of land‐atmosphere CO2 exchange. Global Change Biology, 18(6), 1971-1987.

    Richardson, A. D., Anderson, R. S., Arain, M. A., Barr, A. G., Bohrer, G., Chen, G., ... & Dietze, M. C. (2012). Terrestrial biosphere models need better representation of vegetation phenology: results from the North American Carbon Program Site Synthesis. Global Change Biology, 18(2), 566-584.

    Schaefer, K., Schwalm, C. R., Williams, C., Arain, M. A., Barr, A., Chen, J. M., ... & Humphreys, E. (2012). A model‐data comparison of gross primary productivity: Results from the North American Carbon Program site synthesis. Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences, 117(G3).

    Schmidt, A., Hanson, C., Kathilankal, J., & Law, B. E. (2011). Classification and assessment of turbulent fluxes above ecosystems in North-America with self-organizing feature map networks. Agricultural and forest meteorology, 151(4), 508-520.

    Kumar, S., & Merwade, V. (2011). Evaluation of NARR and CLM3. 5 outputs for surface water and energy budgets in the Mississippi River Basin. Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres, 116(D8).

    Ryu, Y., Baldocchi, D. D., Kobayashi, H., Ingen, C., Li, J., Black, T. A., ... & Roupsard, O. (2011). Integration of MODIS land and atmosphere products with a coupled‐process model to estimate gross primary productivity and evapotranspiration from 1 km to global scales. Global Biogeochemical Cycles, 25(4).

    Kumar, S. (2011). Land Use Land Cover Change and Atmospheric Feedback: Impact on Regional Water Resources. West Lafayette: Purdue University. Dissertation.

    Ricciuto, D. (2011). Diagnosing Uncertainty and Improving Predictions of Terrestrial Carbon Dioxide Fluxes at Multiple Scales Through Data Assimilation. State College: Pennsylvania State University. Dissertation.

    Oliphant, A. J., Dragoni, D., Deng, B., Grimmond, C. S. B., Schmid, H. P., & Scott, S. L. (2011). The role of sky conditions on gross primary production in a mixed deciduous forest. Agricultural and forest meteorology, 151(7), 781-791.

    Horn, Judith  (2011):  Development and Extrapolation of a General Light Use Efficiency Model for the Gross Primary Production.  Dissertation, LMU München: Faculty of Geosciences

    Horn, J. E., & Schulz, K. (2011). Identification of a general light use efficiency model for gross primary production. Biogeosciences, 8(4), 999-1021.

    Groenendijk, M., Dolman, A. J., Van der Molen, M. K., Leuning, R., Arneth, A., Delpierre, N., ... & Wohlfahrt, G. (2011). Assessing parameter variability in a photosynthesis model within and between plant functional types using global Fluxnet eddy covariance data. Agricultural and forest meteorology, 151(1), 22-38.

    Froelich, N. J., Grimmond, C. S. B., & Schmid, H. P. (2011). Nocturnal cooling below a forest canopy: Model and evaluation. Agricultural and forest meteorology, 151(7), 957-968.

    Horn, J. E., & Schulz, K. (2011). Spatial extrapolation of light use efficiency model parameters to predict gross primary production. Journal of Advances in Modeling Earth Systems, 3(4).

    Thompson, S. E., Harman, C. J., Konings, A. G., Sivapalan, M., Neal, A., & Troch, P. A. (2011). Comparative hydrology across AmeriFlux sites: The variable roles of climate, vegetation, and groundwater. Water Resources Research, 47(10).

    Shaw, S. B., & Riha, S. J. (2011). Assessing temperature‐based PET equations under a changing climate in temperate, deciduous forests. Hydrological Processes, 25(9), 1466-1478.

    Zhang, J., Wu, L., Huang, G., & Notaro, M. (2011). Relationships between large‐scale circulation patterns and carbon dioxide exchange by a deciduous forest. Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres, 116(D4).

    Jin, Y., Randerson, J. T., & Goulden, M. L. (2011). Continental-scale net radiation and evapotranspiration estimated using MODIS satellite observations. Remote Sensing of Environment, 115(9), 2302-2319.

    Blonquist, J. M., Montzka, S. A., Munger, J. W., Yakir, D., Desai, A. R., Dragoni, D., ... & Bowling, D. R. (2011). The potential of carbonyl sulfide as a proxy for gross primary production at flux tower sites. Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences, 116(G4).

    Stöckli, R., Rutishauser, T., Baker, I., Liniger, M. A., & Denning, A. S. (2011). A global reanalysis of vegetation phenology. Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences, 116(G3).

    Liang, L., Peng, S., Sun, J., Chen, L., & Cao, Y. (2010). Estimation of annual potential evapotranspiration at regional scale based on the effect of moisture on soil respiration. Ecological Modelling, 221(22), 2668-2674.

    Lu, X., & Zhuang, Q. (2010). Evaluating evapotranspiration and water-use efficiency of terrestrial ecosystems in the conterminous United States using MODIS and AmeriFlux data. Remote Sensing of Environment, 114(9), 1924-1939.

    Blyth, E., Gash, J., Lloyd, A., Pryor, M., Weedon, G. P., & Shuttleworth, J. (2010). Evaluating the JULES land surface model energy fluxes using FLUXNET data. Journal of Hydrometeorology, 11(2), 509-519.

    Schwartz, M. D., & Hanes, J. M. (2010). Intercomparing multiple measures of the onset of spring in eastern North America. International Journal of Climatology, 30(11), 1614-1626.

    Xiao, J., Zhuang, Q., Law, B. E., Chen, J., Baldocchi, D. D., Cook, D. R., ... & Martin, T. A. (2010). A continuous measure of gross primary production for the conterminous United States derived from MODIS and AmeriFlux data. Remote sensing of environment, 114(3), 576-591.

    McGrath, J. (2010). Measurements of OH reactivity using a chemical ionization mass spectrometry technique. Boulder: University of Colorado. Dissertation.

    Yang, W., Ni-Meister, W., Kiang, N. Y., Moorcroft, P. R., Strahler, A. H., & Oliphant, A. (2010). A clumped-foliage canopy radiative transfer model for a Global Dynamic Terrestrial Ecosystem Model II: Comparison to measurements. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, 150(7), 895-907.

    Decker, M. (2010). Improving the hydrological cycle in land surface climate models. Tucson: University of Arizona. Dissertation.

    Suzuki, T., & Ichii, K. (2010). Evaluation of a terrestrial carbon cycle submodel in an Earth system model using networks of eddy covariance observations. Tellus B, 62(5), 729-742.

    He, Y., Monahan, A. H., Jones, C. G., Dai, A., Biner, S., Caya, D., & Winger, K. (2010). Probability distributions of land surface wind speeds over North America. Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres, 115(D4).

    Decker, M., & Zeng, X. (2009). Impact of modified Richards equation on global soil moisture simulation in the Community Land Model (CLM3. 5). Journal of Advances in Modeling Earth Systems, 1(3).

    Flerchinger, G. N., Xaio, W., Marks, D., Sauer, T. J., & Yu, Q. (2009). Comparison of algorithms for incoming atmospheric long‐wave radiation. Water Resources Research, 45(3).

    Jahan, N., & Gan, T. Y. (2009). Modeling gross primary production of deciduous forest using remotely sensed radiation and ecosystem variables. Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences, 114(G4).

    Wang, W., Ichii, K., Hashimoto, H., Michaelis, A. R., Thornton, P. E., Law, B. E., & Nemani, R. R. (2009). A hierarchical analysis of terrestrial ecosystem model Biome-BGC: Equilibrium analysis and model calibration. Ecological Modelling, 220(17).

    Liang, L., & Schwartz, M. D. (2009). Landscape phenology: an integrative approach to seasonal vegetation dynamics. Landscape Ecology, 24(4), 465-472.

    Wang, K., & Liang, S. (2009). Global atmospheric downward longwave radiation over land surface under all‐sky conditions from 1973 to 2008. Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres, 114(D19).

    Xiao, J., Zhuang, Q., Baldocchi, D. D., Law, B. E., Richardson, A. D., Chen, J., ... & Verma, S. B. (2008). Estimation of net ecosystem carbon exchange for the conterminous United States by combining MODIS and AmeriFlux data. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, 148(11), 1827-1847.

    Smith, C. M. (2008). Carbon, nitrogen and phosphorus additions to a temperate hardwood forest: effects on below ground processes. [Bloomington, Ind.]: Indiana University.

    Garman, K. E., Wyss, P., Carlsen, M., Zimmerman, J. R., Stirm, B. H., Carney, T. Q., ... & Shepson, P. B. (2008). The contribution of variability of lift-induced upwash to the uncertainty in vertical winds determined from an aircraft platform. Boundary-layer meteorology, 126(3), 461-476.

    Stöckli, R., Rutishauser, T., Dragoni, D., O'keefe, J., Thornton, P. E., Jolly, M., ... & Denning, A. S. (2008). Remote sensing data assimilation for a prognostic phenology model. Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences, 113(G4).

    Stöckli, R., Lawrence, D. M., Niu, G. Y., Oleson, K. W., Thornton, P. E., Yang, Z. L., ... & Running, S. W. (2008). Use of FLUXNET in the Community Land Model development. Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences, 113(G1).

    Su, H. B., Schmid, H. P., Grimmond, C. S. B., Vogel, C. S., & Curtis, P. S. (2008). An assessment of observed vertical flux divergence in long-term eddy-covariance measurements over two Midwestern forest ecosystems. agricultural and forest meteorology, 148(2), 186-205.

    Yang, F., Zhu, A., Ichii, K., White, M. A., Hashimoto, H., & Nemani, R. R. (2008). Assessing the representativeness of the AmeriFlux network using MODIS and GOES data. Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences, 113(G4).

    Sims, D. A., Rahman, A. F., Cordova, V. D., El-Masri, B. Z., Baldocchi, D. D., Bolstad, P. V., ... & Monson, R. K. (2008). A new model of gross primary productivity for North American ecosystems based solely on the enhanced vegetation index and land surface temperature from MODIS. Remote Sensing of Environment, 112(4), 1633-1646.

    Mahadevan, P., Wofsy, S. C., Matross, D. M., Xiao, X., Dunn, A. L., Lin, J. C., ... & Gottlieb, E. W. (2008). A satellite‐based biosphere parameterization for net ecosystem CO2 exchange: Vegetation Photosynthesis and Respiration Model (VPRM). Global Biogeochemical Cycles, 22(2).

    Hill, K. (2007). Nitrogen cycling in a northern forest: Gases to clouds to rain. West Lafayette: Purdue University. Dissertation Baldocchi, D. D., Black, T. A., Curtis, P. S., Falge, E., Fuentes, J. D., Granier, A., ... & Valentini, R. (2005). Predicting the onset of net carbon uptake by deciduous forests with soil temperature and climate data: a synthesis of FLUXNET data. International Journal of Biometeorology, 49(6), 377-387.

    Fang, H., Liang, S., Kim, H. Y., Townshend, J. R., Schaaf, C. L., Strahler, A. H., & Dickinson, R. E. (2007). Developing a spatially continuous 1 km surface albedo data set over North America from Terra MODIS products. Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres, 112(D20).

    Dragoni, D., Schmid, H. P., Grimmond, C. S. B., & Loescher, H. W. (2007). Uncertainty of annual net ecosystem productivity estimated using eddy covariance flux measurements. Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres, 112(D17).

    Yang, F., Ichii, K., White, M. A., Hashimoto, H., Michaelis, A. R., Votava, P., ... & Nemani, R. R. (2007). Developing a continental-scale measure of gross primary production by combining MODIS and AmeriFlux data through Support Vector Machine approach. Remote Sensing of Environment, 110(1), 109-122.

    Pryor, S. C., & Barthelmie, R. J. (2007). Observations of Winter-time Nucleation and Particle Growth over/in a Forest. In Nucleation and Atmospheric Aerosols (pp. 933-937). Springer Netherlands.

    Yuan, W., Liu, S., Zhou, G., Zhou, G., Tieszen, L. L., Baldocchi, D., ... & Hollinger, D. Y. (2007). Deriving a light use efficiency model from eddy covariance flux data for predicting daily gross primary production across biomes. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, 143(3), 189-207.

    Welch, N. T., Belmont, J. M., & Randolph, J. C. (2007). Summer ground layer biomass and nutrient contribution to above-ground litter in an Indiana temperate deciduous forest. The American midland naturalist, 157(1), 11-26.

    Froelich, N. J., & Schmid, H. P. (2006). Flow divergence and density flows above and below a deciduous forest: Part II. Below-canopy thermotopographic flows. Agricultural and forest meteorology, 138(1), 29-43.

    Oliphant, A., Susan, C., Grimmond, B., Schmid, H. P., & Wayson, C. A. (2006). Local-scale heterogeneity of photosynthetically active radiation (PAR), absorbed PAR and net radiation as a function of topography, sky conditions and leaf area index. Remote Sensing of Environment, 103(3), 324-337.

    Sims, D. A., Rahman, A. F., Cordova, V. D., El‐Masri, B. Z., Baldocchi, D. D., Flanagan, L. B., ... & Oechel, W. C. (2006). On the use of MODIS EVI to assess gross primary productivity of North American ecosystems. Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences, 111(G4).

    Fisher, J. (2006). I. The land-atmosphere water flux across plant, ecosystem, global and social scales. II. GIS and spatial analysis for environmental justice and wildlife. Berkeley: University pf California, Berkeley. Dissertation.

    Sims, D. A., Rahman, A. F., Cordova, V. D., Baldocchi, D. D., Flanagan, L. B., Goldstein, A. H., ... & Wofsy, S. C. (2005). Midday values of gross CO 2 flux and light use efficiency during satellite overpasses can be used to directly estimate eight-day mean flux. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, 131(1), 1-12.

    Hill, K. A., Shepson, P. B., Galbavy, E. S., & Anastasio, C. (2005). Measurement of wet deposition of inorganic and organic nitrogen in a forest environment. Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences, 110(G2).

    Froelich, N. J., Schmid, H. P., Grimmond, C. S. B., Su, H. B., & Oliphant, A. J. (2005). Flow divergence and density flows above and below a deciduous forest: Part I. Non-zero mean vertical wind above canopy. Agricultural and forest meteorology, 133(1), 140-152.

    Rahman, A. F., Sims, D. A., Cordova, V. D., & El‐Masri, B. Z. (2005). Potential of MODIS EVI and surface temperature for directly estimating per‐pixel ecosystem C fluxes. Geophysical Research Letters, 32(19).

    Melesse, A. M., & Hanley, R. S. (2005). Artificial neural network application for multi-ecosystem carbon flux simulation. Ecological Modelling, 189(3), 305-314.

    Oliphant, A. J., Grimmond, C. S. B., Zutter, H. N., Schmid, H. P., Su, H. B., Scott, S. L., ... & Ehman, J. (2004). Heat storage and energy balance fluxes for a temperate deciduous forest. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, 126(3), 185-201.

    Su, H. B., Schmid, H. P., Grimmond, C. S. B., Vogel, C. S., & Oliphant, A. J. (2004). Spectral characteristics and correction of long-term eddy-covariance measurements over two mixed hardwood forests in non-flat terrain. Boundary-Layer Meteorology, 110(2), 213-253.

    Rahman, A. F., Cordova, V. D., Gamon, J. A., Schmid, H. P., & Sims, D. A. (2004). Potential of MODIS ocean bands for estimating CO2 flux from terrestrial vegetation: A novel approach. Geophysical Research Letters, 31(10).

    Sanderman, J., Amundson, R. G., & Baldocchi, D. D. (2003). Application of eddy covariance measurements to the temperature dependence of soil organic matter mean residence time. Global Biogeochemical Cycles, 17(2).

    Ehman, J. L., Schmid, H. P., Grimmond, C. S. B., Randolph, J. C., Hanson, P. J., Wayson, C. A., & Cropley, F. D. (2002). An initial intercomparison of micrometeorological and ecological inventory estimates of carbon exchange in a mid‐latitude deciduous forest. Global Change Biology, 8(6), 575-589.

    Curtis, P. S., Hanson, P. J., Bolstad, P., Barford, C., Randolph, J. C., Schmid, H. P., & Wilson, K. B. (2002). Biometric and eddy-covariance based estimates of annual carbon storage in five eastern North American deciduous forests. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, 113(1), 3-19.

    Davidson, E. A., Savage, K., Bolstad, P., Clark, D. A., Curtis, P. S., Ellsworth, D. S., ... & Randolph, J. C. (2002). Belowground carbon allocation in forests estimated from litterfall and IRGA-based soil respiration measurements. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, 113(1), 39-51.

    Schmid, H. P., Grimmond, C. S. B., Cropley, F., Offerle, B., & Su, H. B. (2000). Measurements of CO 2 and energy fluxes over a mixed hardwood forest in the mid-western United States. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, 103(4), 357-374.

  • Bayles Road

    Keane, B., Ross, S., Crist, T. O., & Solomon, N. G. (2015). Fine-scale spatial patterns of genetic relatedness among resident adult prairie voles. Journal of mammalogy, 96(6), 1194-1202.

    Keane, B., Parsons, S., Smucker, B. J., & Solomon, N. G. (2014). Length polymorphism at the avpr1a locus is correlated with male reproductive behavior in a natural population of prairie voles (Microtus ochrogaster). Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, 68(12), 1951-1964.

    Chesh, A. S., Mabry, K. E., Keane, B., Noe, D. A., & Solomon, N. G. (2012). Are body mass and parasite load related to social partnerships and mating in Microtus ochrogaster?. Journal of Mammalogy, 93(1), 229-238.

    Streatfeild, C. A., Mabry, K. E., Keane, B., Crist, T. O., & Solomon, N. G. (2011). Intraspecific variability in the social and genetic mating systems of prairie voles, Microtus ochrogaster. Animal Behaviour, 82(6), 1387-1398.

    Emery, S. M., Uwimbabazi, J., & Flory, S. L. (2011). Fire intensity effects on seed germination of native and invasive Eastern deciduous forest understory plants. Forest ecology and management, 261(8), 1401-1408.

    Afkhami, M. E., & Rudgers, J. A. (2009). Endophyte-mediated resistance to herbivores depends on herbivore identity in the wild grass Festuca subverticillata. Environmental entomology, 38(4), 1086-1095.

    Frey, F. M. (2007). Phenotypic integration and the potential for independent color evolution in a polymorphic spring ephemeral. American journal of botany, 94(3), 437-444.

    Finkes, L. K., Cady, A. B., Mulroy, J. C., Clay, K., & Rudgers, J. A. (2006). Plant–fungus mutualism affects spider composition in successional fields. Ecology Letters, 9(3), 347-356.

    Frey, F. M. (2004). Opposing natural selection from herbivores and pathogens may maintain floral‐color variation in Claytonia virginica (Portulacaceae). Evolution, 58(11), 2426-2437.

    Griffith, T. M. (2002). Range-limiting traits and their evolutionary potential in Cocklebur (Xanthium strumarium). Bloomington: Indiana University. Dissertation. 

  • Bradford Woods

    Ellett, K. M., & Naylor, S. (2016). Utility of geological and pedological models in the design of geothermal heat pump systems. Geological Society of America Special Papers, 519, SPE519-01.

    Naylor, S., Ellett, K. M., & Gustin, A. R. (2015). Spatiotemporal variability of ground thermal properties in glacial sediments and implications for horizontal ground heat exchanger design. Renewable Energy, 81, 21-30.

    Naylor, S., Letsinger, S. L., Ficklin, D. L., Ellett, K. M., & Olyphant, G. A. (2015). A hydropedological approach to quantifying groundwater recharge in various glacial settings of the mid‐continental USA. Hydrological Processes.

    Casebere, L. A., & Lodato, M. (2014, April). The Four-Toed Salamander (Hemidactylium Scutatum) in The Four-Toed Salamander (Hemidactylium Scutatum) in Indiana: Past and Present. In Proceedings of the Indiana Academy of Science (Vol. 119, No. 2, pp. 111-129).

    Montembeault, N. (2014). National Trail Surfaces Study. National Center on Accessibility.

    Ghosh, S. (2013). Utilization of different forms of nitrogen by heterotrophic bacteria under varying organic carbon concentrations: From isolates to communities (Doctoral dissertation, Kent State University).

    Oviedo-Vargas, D., T.V. Royer, and L.T. Johnson. 2013. Dissolved organic carbon manipulation reveals coupled cycling of carbon, nitrogen and phosphorus in a nitrogen-rich stream. Limnology and Oceanography 58:1196-1206.

    Baxter, A.J., L. Johnson, J. Edgerton, T. Royer, and L.G. Leff. 2012. Structure and function of denitrifying bacterial assemblages in low-order Indiana streams. Freshwater Science 31:304-317.

    Baxter, Alyssa. Relating spatial patterns of denitrification and bacterial community structure to environmental conditions in streams. Masters thesis. Kent State University, 2010.

  • Kent Farm

    Kraemer, S. A., & Velicer, G. J. (2014). Social complementation and growth advantages promote socially defective bacterial isolates. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B: Biological Sciences, 281(1781), 20140036.

    Soini, H. A., Whittaker, D. J., Wiesler, D., Ketterson, E. D., & Novotny, M. V. (2013). Chemosignaling diversity in songbirds: chromatographic profiling of preen oil volatiles in different species. Journal of Chromatography A, 1317, 186-192.

    Atwell, J. W., Cardoso, G. C., Whittaker, D. J., Campbell-Nelson, S., Robertson, K. W., & Ketterson, E. D. (2012). Boldness behavior and stress physiology in a novel urban environment suggest rapid correlated evolutionary adaptation. Behavioral Ecology, 23(5), 960-969.

    Whittaker, D. J., Richmond, K. M., Miller, A. K., Kiley, R., Burns, C. B., Atwell, J. W., & Ketterson, E. D. (2011). Intraspecific preen oil odor preferences in dark-eyed juncos (Junco hyemalis). Behavioral Ecology, arr122.

    O'Neal, D. M., Kiley, R. P., & Ketterson, E. D. (2011). The effect of winter sex ratio on immune function and condition in a differential migrant. Physiology & behavior, 102(3), 406-413.

    Whittaker, D. J., Soini, H. A., Atwell, J. W., Hollars, C., Novotny, M. V., & Ketterson, E. D. (2010). Songbird chemosignals: volatile compounds in preen gland secretions vary among individuals, sexes, and populations. Behavioral Ecology, 21(3), 608-614.

    Jawor, J. M., & MacDougall-Shackleton, S. A. (2008). Seasonal and sex-related variation in song control nuclei in a species with near-monomorphic song, the northern cardinal. Neuroscience letters, 443(3), 169-173.

    McGlothlin, J. W., Duffy, D. L., Henry-Freeman, J. L., & Ketterson, E. D. (2007). Diet quality affects an attractive white plumage pattern in dark-eyed juncos (Junco hyemalis). Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, 61(9), 1391-1399.

    Soini, H. A., Schrock, S. E., Bruce, K. E., Wiesler, D., Ketterson, E. D., & Novotny, M. V. (2007). Seasonal variation in volatile compound profiles of preen gland secretions of the dark-eyed junco (Junco hyemalis). Journal of chemical ecology, 33(1), 183-198.

    Jawor, J. M., Young, R., & Ketterson, E. D. (2006). Females competing to reproduce: dominance matters but testosterone may not. Hormones and Behavior, 49(3), 362-368.

    Jawor, J. M., McGlothlin, J. W., Casto, J. M., Greives, T. J., Snajdr, E. A., Bentley, G. E., & Ketterson, E. D. (2006). Seasonal and individual variation in response to GnRH challenge in male dark-eyed juncos (Junco hyemalis). General and comparative endocrinology, 149(2), 182-189.

    Greives, T. J., McGlothlin, J. W., Jawor, J. M., Demas, G. E., & Ketterson, E. D. (2006). Testosterone and innate immune function inversely covary in a wild population of breeding dark‐eyed juncos (Junco hyemalis). Functional Ecology, 20(5), 812-818.

    Clotfelter, E. D., O'Neal, D. M., Gaudioso, J. M., Casto, J. M., Parker-Renga, I. M., Snajdr, E. A., ... & Ketterson, E. D. (2004). Consequences of elevating plasma testosterone in females of a socially monogamous songbird: evidence of constraints on male evolution?. Hormones and Behavior, 46(2), 171-178.

    Wolf, W. L., Casto, J. M., Nolan, V., & Ketterson, E. D. (2004). Female ornamentation and male mate choice in dark-eyed juncos. Animal Behaviour, 67(1), 93-102.

    Clotfelter, E. D., Nolan, V., & Ketterson, E. D. (2001). The effects of experimentally elevated testosterone and food deprivation on food consumption and prey size preferences in male dark‐eyed juncos (Junco hyemalis, Emberizidae: Passeriformes). Ethology, 107(5), 439-449.

    Winslow, D. E., Whitehead, D. R., WHYTE, C. F., KOUKAL, M. A., Greenberg, G. M., & Ford, T. B. Within-landscape Variation in Patterns of Cowbird Parasitism in the Forests of South-central Indiana. In Smith, J. N. M. et al (eds) (2000). Ecology and management of cowbirds and their hosts : studies in the conservation of North American passerine birds. Austin: University of Texas Press.

    Rogers, C. M. (1991). An Evaluation of the Method of Estimating Body Fat in Birds by Quantifying Visible Subcutaneous Fat (Una Evaluación del Método para Estimar la Cantidad de Grasa en Aves, Mediante la Cuantificación de la Grasa Subcutanea Visible). Journal of Field Ornithology, 349-356.

    Rogers, C. M., & Rogers, C. J. (1990). Seasonal variation in daily mass amplitude and minimum body mass: a test of a recent model. Ornis Scandinavica, 105-114.

    Webb, D. R., & Rogers, C. M. (1988). Nocturnal energy expenditure of Dark-eyed Juncos roosting in Indiana during winter. Condor, 107-112.

    Walton, R. (1988). Characteristics of galls of Eurosta solidaginis (Diptera: Tephritidae) and their relation to mortality of gall inhabitants. Environmental entomology, 17(4), 654-659.

    WALTON, R. (1988). The distribution of risk and density‐dependent mortality in the galls of Eurosta solidaginis, the goldenrod gall fly. Ecological entomology, 13(3), 347-354.

    Walters, B. (1975). Studies of interspecific predation within an amphibian community. Journal of Herpetology, 267-279.

    Krebs, C. J., Keller, B. L., & Myers, J. H. (1971). Microtus population densities and soil nutrients in southern Indiana grasslands. Ecology, 52(4), 660-663.

  • Lilly-Dickey Woods

    Maxwell, J. T., & Harley, G. L. (2016). Increased tree-ring network density reveals more precise estimations of sub-regional hydroclimate variability and climate dynamics in the Midwest, USA. Climate Dynamics, 1-15.

    Maxwell, J. T., Harley, G. L., & Robeson, S. M. (2016). On the declining relationship between tree growth and climate in the Midwest United States: the fading drought signal. Climatic Change, 1-16.

    Fisher, J. B., Sweeney, S., Brzostek, E. R., Evans, T. P., Johnson, D. J., Myers, J. A., ... & Phillips, R. P. (2016). Tree–mycorrhizal associations detected remotely from canopy spectral properties. Global Change Biology. 22: 2596–2607. doi:10.1111/gcb.13264

    Anderson‐Teixeira, K. J., Davies, S. J., Bennett, A. C., Gonzalez‐Akre, E. B., Muller‐Landau, H. C., Joseph Wright, S., ... & Basset, Y. (2015). CTFS‐ForestGEO: a worldwide network monitoring forests in an era of global change. Global Change Biology, 21(2), 528-549.

    Pendergrass, K. M. (2015). Application of a New Tree-Ring Based Drought Reconstruction Method at Multiple Forest Sites Across Indiana, USA. (Masters Thesis, University of Southern Mississippi)

    Johnson, D. J., Bourg, N. A., Howe, R., McShea, W. J., Wolf, A., & Clay, K. (2014). Conspecific negative density‐dependent mortality and the structure of temperate forests. Ecology, 95(9), 2493-2503.

    BARRETO-SILVA, J. S., BUTT, N., CHIANG, J. M., NOOR, N., HÉRAULT, B., HOWE, R., ... & FLETCHER, C. (2014). Local spatial structure of forest biomass and its consequences for remote sensing of carbon stocks. Biogeosciences, 11, 6827-6840, doi:10.5194/bg-11-6827-2014, 2014.

    Droste, T., Flory, S. L., & Clay, K. (2010). Variation for phenotypic plasticity among populations of an invasive exotic grass. Plant Ecology, 207(2), 297-306.

    Davitt, A. J., Stansberry, M., & Rudgers, J. A. (2010). Do the costs and benefits of fungal endophyte symbiosis vary with light availability? New Phytologist, 188(3), 824-834.

    Davitt, A. J. (2010). Mechanisms underlying the costs and benefits in grass-fungal endophyte symbioses (Masters thesis, Rice University).

  • Moores Creek

    Bashey, F., Sarin, T., & Lively, C. M. (2016). Aging alters interspecific competition between two sympatric insect–parasitic nematode species. Ecology and evolution, 6(11), 3750-3759.

    Viertelhauzen, L. M. (2014). Arbuscular mycorrhizae vs. Ectomycorrhizae: limiting or stimulating tree growth with N deposition? (Masters Thesis, Utrecht University)

    Buschinger, A., & Linksvayer, T. A. (2004). Novel blend of life history traits in an inquiline ant, Temnothorax minutissimus, with description of the male (Hymenoptera: Formicidae). Myrmecologische Nachrichten, 6, 67-76.

  • Grasslands Research Area (Later to be called "Kent Farm")

    Jack, M. A., & Tansey, M. R. (1977). Growth, sporulation, and germination of spores of thermophilic fungi incubated in sun-heated soil. Mycologia, 109-117. 

    Krebs, C. J., Gaines, M. S., Keller, B. L., Myers, J. H., & Tamarin, R. H. (1973). Population cycles in small rodents. Science, 179(4068), 35-41. 

    Gaines, M. S., & Krebs, C. J. (1971). Genetic changes in fluctuating vole populations. Evolution, 702-723. 

    Gaines, M. S., Myers, J. H., & Krebs, C. J. (1971). Experimental analysis of relative fitness in transferrin genotypes of Microtus ochrogaster. Evolution, 443-450. 

    Myers, J. H., & Krebs, C. J. (1971). Sex ratios in open and enclosed vole populations: demographic implications. American Naturalist, 325-344. 

    Gaines, M. S., & Krebs, C. J. (1971). Genetic changes in fluctuating vole populations. Evolution, 702-723. 

    Yang, K. C., Krebs, C. J., & Keller, B. L. (1970). Sequential live-trapping and snap-trapping studies of Microtus populations. Journal of Mammalogy, 51(3), 517-526. 

    Keller, B. L., & Krebs, C. J. (1970). Microtus Population Biology; III. Reproductive Changes in Fluctuating Populations of M. ochrogaster and M. pennsylvanicus in Southern Indiana, 1965‐67. Ecological Monographs, 40(3), 263-294.

    Tamarin, R. H., & Krebs, C. J. (1969). Microtus population biology. II. Genetic changes at the transferrin locus in fluctuating populations of two vole species. Evolution, 183-211. 

    Martin, J. Louis (1939). Some Observations on Sexual Dimorphism in Carex picta. American Journal of Botany, 26(2), 78-88.