This summary includes publications first published online and/or in print during March 2014. If a publication was missed for this period, please contact Amanda Morrison at

In Print:

Cheng, K., S. M. Ogle, W. J. Parton, and G. Pan. 2014. Simulating greenhouse gas mitigation potentials for Chinese Croplands using the DAYCENT ecosystem model. Global Change Biology 20:948–962.

Geremia, C., White, P. J., Hoeting, J. A., Wallen, R. L., Watson, F. G. R., Blanton, D., & Hobbs, N. T. (2014). Integrating population-and individual-level information in a movement model of Yellowstone bison. Ecological Applications, 24(2), 346-362.

Ernakovich, J. G., Hopping, K. A., Berdanier, A. B., Simpson, R. T., Kachergis, E. J., Steltzer, H., & Wallenstein, M. D. (2014). Predicted responses of arctic and alpine ecosystems to altered seasonality under climate change. Global change biology.

Frazão, L. A., Paustian, K., Cerri, C. E. P., & Cerri, C. C. (2014). Soil carbon stocks under oil palm plantations in Bahia State, Brazil. Biomass and Bioenergy.

Hastings, B. E., & Kampf, S. K. (2014). Evaluation of digital channel network derivation methods in a glaciated subalpine catchment. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms.

Havlík, P., H. Valin, M. Herrero, M. Obersteiner, E. Schmid, M. C. Rufino, A. Mosnier, P. K. Thornton, H. Böttcher, R. T. Conant, S. Frank, S. Fritz, S. Fuss, F. Kraxner, and A. Notenbaert. 2014. Climate change mitigation through livestock system transitions. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 111:3709–3714.

Hinckley, E.-L. S., W. Wieder, N. Fierer, and E. Paul. 2014. Digging Into the World Beneath Our Feet: Bridging Across Scales in the Age of Global Change. Eos, Transactions American Geophysical Union 95:96–97.

Kumar, S., Graham, J., West, A. M., & Evangelista, P. H. (2014). Using district-level occurrences in MaxEnt for predicting the invasion potential of an exotic insect pest in India. Computers and Electronics in Agriculture, 103, 55-62.

Manier, D. J., C. L. Aldridge, M. O’Donnell, and S. J. Schell. 2014. Human Infrastructure and Invasive Plant Occurrence Across Rangelands of Southwestern Wyoming, USA. Rangeland Ecology & Management 67:160–172.

Miller, B. W., & Doyle, M. W. (2014). Rangeland management and fluvial geomorphology in northern Tanzania. Geomorphology.

Ogutu, J., R. Reid, H.-P. Piepho, N. Hobbs, M. Rainy, R. Kruska, J. Worden, and M. Nyabenge. 2014. Large herbivore responses to surface water and land use in an East African savanna: implications for conservation and human-wildlife conflicts. Biodiversity and Conservation 23:573–596.

Polvi, L. E., Wohl, E., & Merritt, D. M. (2014). Modeling the functional influence of vegetation type on streambank cohesion. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms.

Schurich, J. A., S. Kumar, L. Eisen, and C. G. Moore. 2014. Modeling Culex tarsalis Abundance on the Northern Colorado Front Range Using a Landscape-Level Approach. Journal of the American Mosquito Control Association 30:7–20.

Zhang, C., Kellomäki, S., Zhong, Q., Wang, K., Gong, J., Qiao, Y., … & Gao, W. Seasonal biomass allocation in a boreal perennial grass (Phalaris arundinacea L.) under elevated temperature and CO2 with varying water regimes. Plant Growth Regulation, 1-12.


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.

Pfeifer, M., V. Lefebvre, T. A. Gardner, V. Arroyo-Rodriguez, L. Baeten, et al. 2014. BIOFRAG – a new database for analyzing BIOdiversity responses to forest FRAGmentation. Ecology and Evolution:n/a–n/a. *Sunil Kumar is an author




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