EcoPress

NREL/ESS PUBLICATIONS: December, 2014

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

In print:

Auerbach, D., D. B. Deisenroth, R. R. McShane, K. E. McCluney, and N. LeRoy Poff. 2014. Beyond the concrete: Accounting for ecosystem services from free-flowing rivers. Ecosystem Services 10:1–5.

Kebede, F., P. D. Moehlman, A. Bekele, and P. H. Evangelista. 2014. Predicting seasonal habitat suitability for the critically endangered African wild ass in the Danakil, Ethiopia. African Journal of Ecology 52:533–542.

Maosi Chen, John Davis, and Wei Gao, 2014: A new cloud screening algorithm for ground-based direct-beam solar radiation. J. Atmos. Oceanic Technol., 31, 2591–2605. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1175/JTECH-D-14-00095.1

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.

Stohlgren, T.J., A.L. Szalanski, J. Gaskin, N. Young, A. West, C.S. Jarnevich, A. Tripodi (2014). From Hybrid Swarms to Swarms of Hybrids. Environment and Ecology Research, 2, 311 – 318. doi: 10.13189/eer.2014.020804.

Vuorio, V., A. Muchiru, R. Reid, and J. Ogutu. 2014. How pastoralism changes savanna vegetation: impact of old pastoral settlements on plant diversity and abundance in south-western Kenya. Biodiversity and Conservation 23:3219–3240.

Online:

Rocca, J. D., E. K. Hall, J. T. Lennon, S. E. Evans, M. P. Waldrop, J. B. Cotner, D. R. Nemergut, E. B. Graham, and M. D. Wallenstein. 2014. Relationships between protein-encoding gene abundance and corresponding process are commonly assumed yet rarely observed. ISME J.

Milne, E., S. A. Banwart, E. Noellemeyer, D. J. Abson, C. Ballabio, K. Paustian, et al. (n.d.). Soil carbon, multiple benefits. Environmental Development.

Books/Special Issues:

Alaska’s Changing Arctic: Ecological Consequences for Tundra, Streams, and Lakes.  Edited by John E. Hobbie, George W. Kling. Oxford University Press: 2014. Chapter 5: Terrestrial Ecosystems at Toolik Lake, Alaska. Co-authored by John C. Moore.

Human Computation. Citizen Science Special Issue. Volume 1, Issue 2. December 2014. Guest Editor Greg Newman.

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