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NREL/ESS Publications: September, 2014

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

In Print

Fedy, B.C., K.E. Doherty, C.L. Aldridge, M. O’Donnell, J.L. Beck, B. Bedrosian, D.L. Gummer, M.J. Holloran, G.D. Johnson, N.W. Kaczor, C.P. Kirol, C.A. Mandich, D. Marshall, G. McKee, C. Olson, A.C. Pratt, C.C. Swanson, and B. Walker. 2014. Habitat prioritization across large landscapes, multiple seasons, and novel areas: an example using greater sage-grouse in Wyoming. Wildlife Monographs 190:1–39; 2014; DOI:10.1002/wmon.1014

Andersen, D. C., E. C. Adair, S. M. Nelson, and D. Binkley. 2014. Can Nitrogen Fertilization Aid Restoration of Mature Tree Productivity in Degraded Dryland Riverine Ecosystems? Restoration Ecology 22:582–589.

Klein, J. A., K. A. Hopping, E. T. Yeh, Y. Nyima, R. B. Boone, and K. A. Galvin. 2014. Unexpected climate impacts on the Tibetan Plateau: Local and scientific knowledge in findings of delayed summer. Global Environmental Change 28:141–152.

Online

Li Qiuyue, Tuo Debao, Zhang Lizhen, Wei Xiaoyu, Wei Yurong, Yang Ning, Xu Yinlong, Anten Niels P. R., Pan Xuebiao (2014) Impacts of climate change on net primary productivity of grasslands in Inner Mongolia. The Rangeland Journal. http://dx.doi.org/10.1071/RJ14022

Wann, G.T., Aldridge, C.L., and C.E. Braun. Estimates of annual survival, growth, and recruitment of a white-tailed ptarmigan population in Colorado over 43 years. DOI: 10.1007/s10144-014-0452-3

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