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NREL/ESS PUBLICATIONS: February, 2014

This summary includes publications first published online and/or in print during February 2014. If a publication was missed for this period, please contact Amanda Morrison at amanda.j.morrison@colostate.edu.

In Print

Coble, A., A. Autio, M. Cavaleri, D. Binkley, and M. Ryan. 2014. Converging patterns of vertical variability in leaf morphology and nitrogen across seven Eucalyptus plantations in Brazil and Hawaii, USA. Trees 28:1–15.

Cotrufo, M.F., J. Soong, M.L. Vandegehuchte, T.Nguyen, K. Denef, E.A. Shaw, Z.A. Sylvain, C.M. de Tomasel, U.N. Nielsen, D.H. Wall. 2014.  Naphthalene addition to soil surfaces: A feasible method to reduce soil micro-arthropods with negligible direct effects on soil C dynamics. Applied Soil Ecology, Volume 74:21-29.

Evans, S. E., and M. D. Wallenstein. 2014. Climate change alters ecological strategies of soil bacteria. Ecology Letters 17:155–164.

McCluney, K. E., N. L. Poff, M. A. Palmer, J. H. Thorp, G. C. Poole, B. S. Williams, M. R. Williams, and J. S. Baron. 2014. Riverine macrosystems ecology: sensitivity, resistance, and resilience of whole river basins with human alterations. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 12:48–58.

Online

de Pinho J.R., C. Grilo, R.B. Boone, K.A. Galvin, J.G. Snodgrass. 2014. Influence of Aesthetic Appreciation of Wildlife Species on Attitudes towards Their Conservation in Kenyan Agropastoralist Communities. PLoS ONE 9(2): e88842.

Marshall, K. N., D. J. Cooper, and N. T. Hobbs. 2014. Interactions among herbivory, climate, topography and plant age shape riparian willow dynamics in northern Yellowstone National Park, USA. Journal of Ecology:n/a–n/a.

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