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Book Chapter
Knapp AK, Briggs JM, Childers DL, Sala OE. Estimating aboveground net primary production in grassland and herbaceous dominated ecosystems. In: Principles and Standards for Measuring Net Primary Production. Principles and Standards for Measuring Net Primary Production. Oxford University Press, NY; 2007:27 -48.
Ojima DS, Parton WJ, Coughenour MB, et al. Impact of climate and atmospheric carbon dioxide changes on grasslands of the world. In: Breymeyer AI, Hall DO, Melillo JM, Agren GI Global Change: Effects on Coniferous Forests and Grasslands. Global Change: Effects on Coniferous Forests and Grasslands. Chichester: Wiley and Sons; 1996:271 -312.
Journal Article
Knapp AK, Hoover DL, Wilcox KR, et al. Characterizing differences in precipitation regimes of extreme wet and dry years: Implications for climate change experiments. Global Change Biology. 2015;21:2624 -2633. doi:10.1111/gcb.12888.
Huxman TE, Smith MD, Fay PA, et al. Convergence across biomes to a common rain-use efficiency. Nature. 2004;429:651 -654. doi:10.1038/nature02561.
Estiarte M, Vicca S, Peñuelas J, et al. Few multiyear precipitation–reduction experiments find a shift in the productivity–precipitation relationship. Global Change Biology. 2016;22(7):2570-2581. doi:10.1111/gcb.13269.
Knapp AK, Avolio ML, Beier C, et al. Pushing precipitation to the extremes in distributed experiments: recommendations for simulating wet and dry years. Global Change Biology. 2017;23(5):1774-1782. doi:10.1111/gcb.13504.
Paruelo JM, Lauenroth WK, Epstein HE, Burke IC, Aguiar MR, Sala OE. Regional climatic similarities in the temperate zones of North and South America. Journal of Biogeography. 1995;22:915 -925. Available at: http://www.jstor.org/stable/2845992.
Sylvain ZA, Wall DH, Cherwin KL, Peters DPC, Reichmann LG, Sala OE. Soil animal responses to moisture availability are largely scale, not ecosystem dependent: Insight from a cross-site study. Global Change Biology. 2014;20:2631 -2643. doi:10.1111/gcb.12522.