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Dee LE, Ferraro PJ, Severen C, et al. Clarifying the effect of biodiversity on productivity in natural ecosystems with longitudinal data and new methods for causal inference. Nature Communications. In Press.
Dee LE, Ferraro PJ, Severen C, et al. Clarifying the effect of biodiversity on productivity in natural ecosystems with longitudinal data and new methods for causal inference. Nature Communications. In Press.
Dee LE, Ferraro PJ, Severen C, et al. Clarifying the effect of biodiversity on productivity in natural ecosystems with longitudinal data and new methods for causal inference. Nature Communications. In Press.
Mount HE, Smith MD, Knapp AK, et al. Drought‐tolerant grassland species are generally more resistant to competition. Journal of Ecology. In Press. doi:10.1111/1365-2745.14243.
Knapp AK, Condon KV, Folks CC, et al. Field experiments have enhanced our understanding of drought impacts on terrestrial ecosystems—But where do we go from here?. Functional Ecology. In Press. doi:10.1111/1365-2435.14460.
Knapp AK, Condon KV, Folks CC, et al. Field experiments have enhanced our understanding of drought impacts on terrestrial ecosystems—But where do we go from here?. Functional Ecology. In Press. doi:10.1111/1365-2435.14460.
Song L, Griffin-Nolan RJ, Muraina TO, et al. Grassland sensitivity to drought is related to functional composition across East Asia and North America. Ecology. In Press. doi:10.1002/ecy.4220.
Seybold EC, Bergstrom A, C. Jones N, et al. How low can you go? Widespread challenges in measuring low stream discharge and a path forward. Limnology and Oceanography Letters. In Press. doi:10.1002/lol2.10356.
Wilfahrt PA, Seabloom EW, Bakker JD, et al. Nothing lasts forever: Dominant species decline under rapid environmental change in global grasslandsAbstract. Journal of Ecology. In Press. doi:10.1111/1365-2745.14198.
Wilfahrt PA, Seabloom EW, Bakker JD, et al. Nothing lasts forever: Dominant species decline under rapid environmental change in global grasslandsAbstract. Journal of Ecology. In Press. doi:10.1111/1365-2745.14198.
Saleh AA, Kraisitudomsook N, Frank E, Dendy S, Leslie J, Garrett K. Phytobiome stampede: Bison as potential dispersal agents for the tallgrass prairie microbiome. PhytoFrontiers™. In Press. doi:10.1094/PHYTOFR-01-23-0004-SC.
Feldman AF, Feng X, Felton AJ, et al. Plant responses to changing rainfall frequency and magnitude. Nature Ecology & Evolution. In Press.
Feldman AF, Feng X, Felton AJ, et al. Plant responses to changing rainfall frequency and magnitude. Nature Ecology & Evolution. In Press.
Pinchi-Davila X, Vargas-Hernandez D, Romero-Jimenez M, et al. Pleoardoris graminearum gen. et sp. nov., a new member of Pleosporales from the North American Plains, biogeography and effects on B. gracilis growth. Mycologia. In Press.
Keen RM, Helliker BR, McCulloh KA, Nippert JB. Save or spend? Diverging water‐use strategies of grasses and encroaching clonal shrubs. Journal of Ecology. In Press. doi:10.1111/1365-2745.14276.
2024
Swenson LJ, Zipper S, Peterson DM, et al. Changes in water age during dry‐down of a non‐perennial stream. Water Resources Research. 2024;60(1):e2023WR034623. doi:10.1029/2023WR034623.
Smith MD, Wilkins KD, Holdrege MC, et al. Extreme drought impacts have been underestimated in grasslands and shrublands globally. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 2024;121(4):e230988112. doi:10.1073/pnas.2309881120.
Smith MD, Wilkins KD, Holdrege MC, et al. Extreme drought impacts have been underestimated in grasslands and shrublands globally. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 2024;121(4):e230988112. doi:10.1073/pnas.2309881120.
Smith MD, Wilkins KD, Holdrege MC, et al. Extreme drought impacts have been underestimated in grasslands and shrublands globally. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 2024;121(4):e230988112. doi:10.1073/pnas.2309881120.
Smith MD, Wilkins KD, Holdrege MC, et al. Extreme drought impacts have been underestimated in grasslands and shrublands globally. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 2024;121(4):e230988112. doi:10.1073/pnas.2309881120.
Smith MD, Wilkins KD, Holdrege MC, et al. Extreme drought impacts have been underestimated in grasslands and shrublands globally. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 2024;121(4):e230988112. doi:10.1073/pnas.2309881120.
Smith MD, Wilkins KD, Holdrege MC, et al. Extreme drought impacts have been underestimated in grasslands and shrublands globally. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 2024;121(4):e230988112. doi:10.1073/pnas.2309881120.
Smith MD, Wilkins KD, Holdrege MC, et al. Extreme drought impacts have been underestimated in grasslands and shrublands globally. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 2024;121(4):e230988112. doi:10.1073/pnas.2309881120.
Smith MD, Wilkins KD, Holdrege MC, et al. Extreme drought impacts have been underestimated in grasslands and shrublands globally. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 2024;121(4):e230988112. doi:10.1073/pnas.2309881120.
2023
Wilcox KR, Chen A, Avolio ML, et al. Accounting for herbaceous communities in process‐based models will advance our understanding of “grassy” ecosystems. Global Change Biology. 2023;29(23):6453 - 6477. doi:10.1111/gcb.v29.2310.1111/gcb.16950.
Wilcox KR, Chen A, Avolio ML, et al. Accounting for herbaceous communities in process‐based models will advance our understanding of “grassy” ecosystems. Global Change Biology. 2023;29(23):6453 - 6477. doi:10.1111/gcb.v29.2310.1111/gcb.16950.
Wilcox KR, Chen A, Avolio ML, et al. Accounting for herbaceous communities in process‐based models will advance our understanding of “grassy” ecosystems. Global Change Biology. 2023;29(23):6453 - 6477. doi:10.1111/gcb.v29.2310.1111/gcb.16950.
Wilcox KR, Chen A, Avolio ML, et al. Accounting for herbaceous communities in process‐based models will advance our understanding of “grassy” ecosystems. Global Change Biology. 2023;29(23):6453 - 6477. doi:10.1111/gcb.v29.2310.1111/gcb.16950.
Wilcox KR, Chen A, Avolio ML, et al. Accounting for herbaceous communities in process‐based models will advance our understanding of “grassy” ecosystems. Global Change Biology. 2023;29(23):6453 - 6477. doi:10.1111/gcb.v29.2310.1111/gcb.16950.
Wilcox KR, Chen A, Avolio ML, et al. Accounting for herbaceous communities in process‐based models will advance our understanding of “grassy” ecosystems. Global Change Biology. 2023;29(23):6453 - 6477. doi:10.1111/gcb.v29.2310.1111/gcb.16950.
Wilcox KR, Collins SL, Knapp AK, et al. Assessing carbon storage capacity and saturation across six central US grasslands using data–model integration. Biogeosciences. 2023;20(13):2707 - 2725. doi:10.5194/bg-20-2707-2023.
Bakker JD, Price JN, Henning JA, et al. Compositional variation in grassland plant communities. Ecosphere. 2023;14(6):e4542. doi:10.1002/ecs2.v14.610.1002/ecs2.4542.
Bakker JD, Price JN, Henning JA, et al. Compositional variation in grassland plant communities. Ecosphere. 2023;14(6):e4542. doi:10.1002/ecs2.v14.610.1002/ecs2.4542.
Sadayappan K, Keen R, Jarecke KM, et al. Drier streams despite a wetter climate in woody-encroached grasslands. Journal of Hydrology. 2023;627:130388. doi:10.1016/j.jhydrol.2023.130388.
Sadayappan K, Keen R, Jarecke KM, et al. Drier streams despite a wetter climate in woody-encroached grasslands. Journal of Hydrology. 2023;627:130388. doi:10.1016/j.jhydrol.2023.130388.
Keen R. Ecohydrological implications of clonal shrub encroachment in tallgrass prairie. Department of Biology. 2023;PhD Dissertation. Available at: https://krex.k-state.edu/handle/2097/43279.
Kaspari M, Welti EAR. Electrolytes on the prairie: How urine‐like additions of Na and K shape the dynamics of a grassland food web. Ecology. 2023;104(1):e3856. doi:10.1002/ecy.3856.
Hajek OL. Grassland responses to seasonal shifts in water availability. 2023;PhD Dissertation. doi:https://api.mountainscholar.org/server/api/core/bitstreams/a7decffd-ba41-4d12-ae8e-19ce83a2ce3f/content.
Anhold C. Impacts of woody encroachment on the fate of soil co2 in grassland watersheds. Department of Biology. 2023;MS Thesis.
Hatley CM, Armijo B, Andrews K, Anhold C, Nippert JB, Kirk MF. Intermittent streamflow generation in a merokarst headwater catchment. Environmental Science: Advances. 2023;2:115-131. doi:10.1039/D2VA00191H.
Koerner SE, Avolio ML, Blair JM, Knapp AK, Smith MD. Multiple global change drivers show independent, not interactive effects: a long-term case study in tallgrass prairie. Oecologia. 2023;201(1):143–154. doi:10.1007/s00442-022-05295-5.
Koerner SE, Avolio ML, Blair JM, Knapp AK, Smith MD. Multiple global change drivers show independent, not interactive effects: a long-term case study in tallgrass prairie. Oecologia. 2023;201(1):143–154. doi:10.1007/s00442-022-05295-5.
Muehleisen AJ, Watkins CRE, Altmire GR, et al. Nutrient addition drives declines in grassland species richness primarily via enhanced species loss. Journal of Ecology. 2023;111(3):552-563. doi:10.1111/1365-2745.14038.
Muehleisen AJ, Watkins CRE, Altmire GR, et al. Nutrient addition drives declines in grassland species richness primarily via enhanced species loss. Journal of Ecology. 2023;111(3):552-563. doi:10.1111/1365-2745.14038.
Feldman AF, Gianotti DJShort, Dong J, et al. Remotely sensed soil moisture can capture dynamics relevant to plant water uptake. Water Resources Research. 2023;59(2):e2022WR033814. doi:10.1029/2022WR033814.
Slette IJ, Hoover DL, Smith MD, Knapp AK. Repeated extreme droughts decrease root production, but not the potential for post‐drought recovery of root production, in a mesic grassland. Oikos. 2023;1:e08899. doi:10.1111/oik.08899.
Souza LFT, Hirmas DR, Sullivan PL, et al. Root distributions, precipitation, and soil structure converge to govern soil organic carbon depth distributions. Geoderma. 2023;437:116569. doi:10.1016/j.geoderma.2023.116569.
Keller AB, Walter CA, Blumenthal DM, et al. Stronger fertilization effects on aboveground versus belowground plant properties across nine U.S. grasslands. Ecology. 2023;104(2):e3891. doi:10.1002/ecy.3891.
Keller AB, Walter CA, Blumenthal DM, et al. Stronger fertilization effects on aboveground versus belowground plant properties across nine U.S. grasslands. Ecology. 2023;104(2):e3891. doi:10.1002/ecy.3891.
Rocci KS, Bird M, Blair JM, Knapp AK, Liang C, M. Cotrufo F. Thirty years of increased precipitation modifies soil organic matter fractions but not bulk soil carbon and nitrogen in a mesic grassland. Soil Biology and Biochemistry. 2023;185:109145. doi:10.1016/j.soilbio.2023.109145.

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