NREL/ESS Publications: February, 2013

We are proud to announce that we will be keeping you informed about the most recent publications of NREL/ESS scientists!  Look for these monthly updates and learn about the exciting work being done.  Follow the title links to the publication abstracts, and the author links to their webpages.  Enjoy!

– Amanda Morrison, NREL Staff contributor

Carbone, M. S., A. Park Williams, A. R. Ambrose, C. M. Boot, E. S. Bradley, T. E. Dawson, S. M. Schaeffer, J. P. Schimel, and C. J. Still. 2013. Cloud shading and fog drip influence the metabolism of a coastal pine ecosystem. Global Change Biology 19:484–497.

Cotrufo, M. F., M. D. Wallenstein, C. M. Boot, K. Denef, and E. Paul. 2013. The Microbial Efficiency-Matrix Stabilization (MEMS) framework integrates plant litter decomposition with soil organic matter stabilization: do labile plant inputs form stable soil organic matter? Global Change Biology 19:988–995.

Fassnacht, S.R., J.I. López-Moreno, M. Toro, and D.M. Hultstrand, 2013.  Mapping Snow Cover and Snow Depth across the Lake Limnopolar Watershed on Byers Peninsula (Livingston Island) in Maritime Antarctica. Antarctic Science, 25(2), 157-166.

Hurisso, T. T., J. G. Davis, J. E. Brummer, M. E. Stromberger, M. M. Mikha, M. L. Haddix, M. R. Booher, and E. A. Paul. 2013. Rapid changes in microbial biomass and aggregate size distribution in response to changes in organic matter management in grass pasture. Geoderma 193–194:68–75.

Luu, T. C., D. Binkley, and J. L. Stape. 2013. Neighborhood uniformity increases growth of individual Eucalyptus trees. Forest Ecology and Management 289:90–97.

Marshall, K. N., N. T. Hobbs, and D. J. Cooper. 2013. Stream hydrology limits recovery of riparian ecosystems after wolf reintroduction. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 280.

Milne, E., H. Neufeldt, T. Rosenstock, M. Smalligan, C. E. Cerri, D. Malin, M. Easter, M. Bernoux, S. Ogle, F. Casarim, T. Pearson, D. N. Bird, E. Steglich, M. Ostwald, K. Denef, and K. Paustian. 2013. Methods for the quantification of GHG emissions at the landscape level for developing countries in smallholder contexts. Environmental Research Letters 8:015019.

Tredennick, A. T., L. P. Bentley, and N. P. Hanan. 2013. Allometric Convergence in Savanna Trees and Implications for the Use of Plant Scaling Models in Variable Ecosystems. PLoS ONE 8:e58241.

This summary includes publications first published (either first published in print or first published online in advance of print) in February, 2013. If a publication was missed for this period, please contact Amanda Morrison.

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