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Journal Articles, Books, & Book Chapters
Abdelnour, Alex, Robert B. McKane, Marc Stieglitz, Feifei Pan, Yiwei Cheng. 2013. Effects of harvest on carbon and nitrogen dynamics in a Pacific Northwest forest catchment. Water Resources Research, 49, 22 pages. Doi:10.1029/2012WR012994.
Allen, S.T., J.R. Brooks, R.F. Keim, B.J. Bond and J.J. McDonnell. 2013. The role of pre-event canopy storage in throughfall and stemflow by using isotopic tracers. Ecohydrology DOI: 10.1002/eco.1408
Beedlow, Peter A., E. Henry Lee, David T. Tingey, Ronald Waschmann, Connie A. Burdick. 2013. The importance of seasonal temperature and moisture patterns on growth of Douglas-fir in western Oregon, USA. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 169:174-185
Betts, Julia N., Mark G. Johnson, Paul T. Rygiewicz, George A. King, and Christian P. Andersen. 2013. Potential for metal contamination by direct sonication of nanoparticle suspensions. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 32(4):889-893.
Brown, Cathy, Anthony R. Olsen. 2013. Bioregional monitoring design and occupancy estimation for two Sierra Nevadan amphibian taxa. Freshwater Science 32(3): 675-691.
Collier, Kevin J., Anthony R. Olsen. 2013. Monitoring network-design influence on assessment of ecological condition in wadeable streams. Marine and Freshwater Research 74:146-156.
Compton, Jana, Brian Hill, Robin Dennis. 2013. Connecting nitrogen deposition and ecosystem services. In Climate Vulnerability: Understanding and Addressing Threats to Essential Resources. Elsevier Inc., Academic Press. P 23-33.
Dorner, Brigitte, Kendra R. Holt, Randall M. Peterman, Chris Jordan, David Larsen, Anthony R. Olsen, Omar I. Abdul-Azia. 2013. Evaluating alternative methods for monitoring and estimating responses of salmon productivity in the North Pacific to future climatic change and other processes: A simulation study. Fisheries Research 147:10-23.
Ferraro, Steven P. 2013.Ecological periodic tables: in principle and practice. Oikos 122:1541-1553. (reprint)
Frazier, Melanie, A. Whitman Miller, Henry Lee II, Deborah A. Reusser. 2013. Counting at low concentrations: The statistical challenges of verifying ballast water discharge standards. Ecological Applications 23(2) 339-351.
Frazier, Melanie, A. Whitman Miller, Gregory M. Ruiz. 2013. Linking science and policy to prevent the spread of invasive species from the ballast water discharge of ships. Ecological Applications 23(2) 287-288.
Fritz, Ken M., Elisabeth Hagenbuch, Ellen D’Amico, Molly Reif, Parker J. Wigington, Jr., Scott G. Leibowitz, Randy L. Comeleo, Joseph L. Ebersole, and Tracie-Lynn Nadeau. 2013. Comparing the Extend and Permanence of Headwater Streams from Two Field Surveys to Values from Hydrographic Databases and Maps. Journal of the American water Resources Association (JAWRA) 1-16. DOI: 10.1111/jawr.12040
Gardner, Toby A., Joice Ferreira, Jos Barlow, Alexander C. Lees, Luke Parry, Ima Celia Guimaraes Veira, Erika Berenguer, Ricardo Abramovay, Bob Hughes. 2013. A social and ecological assessment of tropical land uses at multiple scales: The Sustainable Amazon Network. Philosophical Transactions of The Royal Society B. 368, 20120166 NOTE: the publication has over 50 authors
Janousek, Christopher N., Christina L. Folger. 2013. Inter-specific variation in salinity effects on germination in Pacific Northwest tidal wetland plants. Aquatic Botany 111:104-111.
Kaldy, James E., Cheryl A. Brown, Christian P. Andersen. 2013. In situ 13C tracer experiments elucidate carbon translocation rates and allocation patterns in eelgrass Zostera marina. Marine Ecology Progress Series 487:27-39.
Lee II, Henry, Deborah A. Reusser, Melanie Frazier. 2013. Approaches to setting organism-based ballast water discharge standards. Ecological Applications 23(2) 301-310.
Ligeiro, R., R.M. Hughes, P.R. Kaufmann, D.R. Macedo, K.R. Firmiano, W.R. Ferreira, D. Oliveira, A.S. Melo, and M. Callisto. 2013 (on-line 2012). Defining quantitative stream disturbance gradients and the additive role of habitat variation to explain macroinvertebrate taxa richness. Ecological Indicators 25:45–57
McCrackin, Michelle L., John A. Harrison, Jana E. Compton. 2013. A comparison of NEWS and SPARROW models to understand sources of nitrogen delivered to US coastal areas. Biogeochemistry. DOI 10.1007/s10533-012-9809-x
Novak, Jeffrey M., Keri B. Cantrell, Donald W. Watts, Warren J. Busscher and Mark G. Johnson. 2013. Designing relevant biochars as soil amendments using lignocellulosic-based and manure-based feedstocks. Journal of Soils and Sediments DOI 10.1007/s11368-013-0680-8
Olszyk, David, Matthew Blakeley-Smith, Thomas Pfleeger, E. Henry Lee and Milton Plocher. 2013. Effects of low levels of herbicides on prairie species of the Willamette Valley, Oregon. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 32(11):2542-2551.
Parnell, Andrew C., Donald L. Phillips, Stuart Bearhop, Brice X. Semmens, Eric J. Ward, Jonathan W. Moore, Andrew L. Jackson, Jonathan Grey, David J. Kelly and Richard Inger. 2013. Bayesian stable isotope mixing models. Environmetrics 24:3887-399.
Peck, David V., Anthony R. Olsen, Marc H. Weber, Steven G. Paulsen, Carol Peterson and Susan M. Holdsworth. 2013. Survey design and extent estimates for the National Lakes Assessment. Freshwater Science 32(4):1321-1245.
Reusser, Deborah A., Henry Lee II, Melanie Frazier, Gregory M. Ruiz, Paul W. Fofonoff, Mark S. Minton, A. Whitman Miller. 2013. Per capita invasion probabilities: An empirical model to predict rates of invasion via ballast water. Ecological Applications 23(2) 321-330.
Ringold, Paul L., James Boyd, Dixon Landers and Matt Weber. 2013. What data should we collect? A framework for identifying indicators of ecosystem contributions to human well-being. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 11(2):98-105.
Semmens, Brice X., Eric J. Ward, Andrew C. Parnell, Donald L. Phillips, Stuart Bearhop, Richard Inger, Andrew Jackson, Jonathan W. Moore. 2013. Statistical basis and outputs of stable isotope mixing models: Comment on Fry (2013). Marine Ecology Progress Series 490:285-289.
Shafer, Deborah J., James E. Kaldy and Jeffrey L. Gaeckle. 2013. Science and management of the introduced seagrass Zostera japonica in North America. Environmental Management DOI 10.1007/s00267-013-0172-z.
Sobota, Daniel J., Jana E. Compton and John A. Harrison. 2013. Reactive nitrogen inputs to US lands and waterways: how certain are we about sources and fluxes? Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment. doi:10.1890/110216.
Stahl, Leanne L., Blaine D. Snyder, Anthony R. Olsen and Lynn S. Walters. 2013. A national probabilistic study of polybrominated diphenyl ethers in fish from US lakes and reservoirs. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment 185:10351-10364.
Van Sickle, John. 2013. Estimating the risks of multiple, covarying stressors in the National Lakes Assessment. Freshwater Science 32(1):204-216.
Wardrop, Denice H., Mary E. Kentula, Robert P. Brooks, M. Siobhan Fennessy, Sarah J. Chamberlain, Kirk J. Havens, Carl Hershner. 2013. Monitoring and Assessment of Wetlands: Concepts, Case Studies, and Lessons Learned. Chapter 11 in Mid-Atlantic Freshwater Wetlands: Advances in Wetlands Science, Management, Policy, and Practice; R.P. Brooks and D.H. Wardrop, editors. Springer. 381-419
Bollman, M.A., M.J. Storm, G.A. King and L.S. Watrud. Wetland and riparian plant communities at risk of invasion by transgenic herbicide-resistant Agrostis spp. In central Oregon. Plant Ecol. (2012) DOI 10.1007/s11258-011-0015-z. WED-11-099
Brooks, J. R., P. J. Wigington, D. L. Phillips, R. Comeleo, and R. Coulombe. Willamette river basin surface water isoscape (d18O and d2H): temporal changes of source water within the river. Ecosphere 3:39 (2012) (http://dx.doi.org/10.1890/ES1811-00338.00331). WED-12-014
Christian, E., C. V. Baxter, J. L. Ebersole, and R. E. Gresswell. Incorporating spatial context into the analysis of salmonid-habitat relationships. First.Chapter 18, Church, M., P.M. Biron and A.G. Roy (ed.), Gravel-bed Rivers: Processes, Tools, Environments. John Wiley & Sons, Ltd., Indianapolis, IN, , 216-224, (2012)
Faulkner, B. R., J. R. Brooks, K. J. Forshay, and S. P. Cline. Hyporheic flow patterns in relation to large river floodplain attributes. Journal of Hydrology (2012)448–449:161–173. WED-11-158
Hankin, S., C. Weilhoefer, J. Kaldy , and T. DeWitt. Sediment diatom species and community response to nitrogen addition in Oregon (USA) estuarine tidal wetlands. WETLANDS. The Society of Wetland Scientists, McLean, VA, USA, : pgs 9, (2012)
Hobbie, E.A., F.S. Sánchez, and P.T. Rygiewicz. Controls of isotopic patterns in saprotrophic and ectomycorrhizal fungi. Soil Biology & Biochemistry (2012)48:60-68. WED-11-168
Janousek, C.N. and C.L. Folger. 2012. Patterns of distribution and environmental correlates of macroalgal assemblages and sediment chlorophyll a in Oregon tidal wetlands. Journal of Phycology 48:1448-1457. Read the abstract
Kaldy, James. Influence of light, temperature and salinity on dissolved organic carbon exudation rates in Zostera marina L. Aquatic Biosystems ( 2012) 8:19. WED-10-002
Macedo, D.R., R. Ligeiro, R. W.R. Ferreira, N.T. Junqueira, B.O. Sanches, D.O. Silva, C.B. Alves, R.M. Hughes, P.R. Kaufmann, P.S. Pompeu, G.B.Santos, and M. Callisto. 2012. Parâmetros biológicos e de habitats físicos para avaliação de bacias no Sudeste do Brasil. Ação Ambiental 47: 15-18
Marcot, B. G., M. G. Raphael, N. H. Schumaker, and B. Gelleher. How big and how close? Habitat patch size and spacing to conserve a threatened species. Natural Resource Modeling. Wiley InterScience, Silver Spring, MD, 25(3):34, (2012). WED-10-095
Nahlik, A.M., M.E. Kentula, M.S. Fennessy, and D.H. Landers. Where is the consensus? A proposed foundation for moving ecosystem service concepts into practice. Ecological Economics (2012)77:27-35. WED-11-157
Nahlik AM, Landers DH, Ringold PL, et al. 2012. Protecting our environmental wealth: connecting ecosystem goods and services to human well-being. National Wetlands Newsletter 34: 14-18. WED-12-002
Pan, Feifei, Robert B. McKane, Marc Stieglitz. 2012. Identification of optimal soil hydraulic functions and parameters for predicting soil moisture. Hydrological Sciences Journal: 57(4) 723-737.
Pan, Y., R.M. Hughes, A.T. Herlihy, and P.R. Kaufmann. 2012. Non-wadeable river bioassessment: spatial variation of benthic diatom assemblages in Pacific Northwest rivers, USA. Hydrobiologia 684(1):241-260. WED-12-FCO-063
Pan, Feifei, Marc Stieglitz, Robert B. McKane. 2012. An algorithm for treating flat areas and depressions in digital elevation models using linear interpolation. Water Resources Research 48(6) doi:10.1029/2011WR010735.
Payne MC, Brown CA, Reusser DA, Lee H II. 2012. Ecoregional Analysis of Nearshore Sea-Surface Temperature in the North Pacific. PLoS ONE 7(1): e30105. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0030105. http://www.plosone.org/article/info%3Adoi%2F10.1371%2Fjournal.pone.0030105
Pfleeger, T., M. Blakeley-Smith, G. King, E.H. Lee, M. Plocher, and D. Olszyk. The effects of glyphosate and aminopyralid on a multi-species plant field trial. Ecotoxicology. (2012) DOI 10.1007/s10646-012-0912-5). Wed-11-178
Phillips, D.L . Converting isotope values to diet composition: the use of mixing models. Journal of Mammalogy 93(2): 342-352 (2012). WED 11-074
Phillips DL, "The value of our public trees" The City newsletter, Corvallis OR, Winter 2011-2012, Volume 24, Number 8, page 5. (WED-11-143)
Phillips DL, Burdick C, Merja B, Brown N "Assessment of Ecosystem Services Provided by Urban Trees: Public Lands Within the Urban Growth Boundary of Corvallis, Oregon - Technical Report" (WED-12-007
Vaslet A, Phillips DL, France C, Feller, IC, Baldwin CC (2012). The relative importance of mangroves and seagrass beds as feeding habitats for resident and transient fishes from Florida and Belize: evidence from dietary and stable isotope analyses. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 434-435: 81-93.
Porter, Ellen M. Porter, William D. Bowman, Christopher M. Clark, Jana E. Compton, Linda H. Pardo, Jenny L. Soong. Interactive effects of anthropogenic nitrogen enrichment and climate change on terrestrial and aquatic biodiversity. Biogeochemistry DOI 10.1007/s10533-012-9803-3 (published online: 20 October 2012)
Rashleigh, Brenda, Denis White, Joe L. Ebersole, Craig Barber, George Boxall and Allen Brookes. 2012. Forecasting fish communities in river networks. Korean Journal of Limnology 45(2):150-157.
SanClements, M. D., G. P. Oelsner, D. M. McKnight, J. L. Stoddard, and S. Nelson. New insights into the source of decadal increases of dissolved organic matter in acid-sensitive lakes of the Northeastern U.S. ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY. John Wiley & Sons, Ltd., Indianapolis, IN, 46:3212-3219, (2012). WED-12-064
Templer, P. H., M. C. Mack, F. S. Chapin III, L. Christenson, J. E. Compton, H. Crook, W. Currie, C. Curtis, B. Dail, C. D'Antonio, B. A. Emmett, H. Epstein, C. Goodale, P. Gundersen, S. E. Hobbie, K. Holland, D. U. Hooper, B. Hungate, I. Kappel-Schmidt, S. Lamontagne, K. Nadelhoffer, C. W. Osenberg, S. Perakis, P. Schleppi, J. Schimel, M. Sommerkorn, J. Spoelstra, A. Tietema, W. W. Wessel, and D. R. Zak. Sinks for nitrogen inputs in terrestrial ecosystems: A meta-analysis of 15N tracer field studies. ECOLOGY. Ecological Society of America, Ithaca, NY, 93(8):1816-1829, (2012).
Torgersen, C., J. Ebersole, and D. Keenan. Primer for identifying cold-water refuges to protect and restore thermal diversity in riverine landscapes - EPA 910-C-12-001. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC, EPA/600/R-12/038, 2012. ORD-000013
Volkenborn, N., L. Polerecky, D.S. Wethey, T.H. DeWitt, S.A. Woodin. Hydraulic activities by ghost shrimp Neotrypaea californiensis induce oxic-anoxic oscillations in sediments. Marine Ecology Progress Series (2012)455:141-156. doi: 10.3354/meps09645. WED-11-166
Watrud, Lidia S., Jay R. Reichman, Michael A. Bollman, Bonnie M. Smith, E. Henry Lee, Julie D. Jastrow, Michael D. Casler, Harold P. Collins, Steen Fransen, Robert B. Mitchell, Vance N. Owens, Brent Bean. William L. Rooney, Donald D. Tyler, George A. King. Chemistry and microbial functional diversity differences in biofuel crop and grassland soils in multiple geographies. 2012. BioEnergy Research 5(4), 19 pages. DOI 10.1007/s12155-012-9279-y.
Weber, M., and P. Ringold. Ecosystems and People: Qualitative Insights. EHS Bulletin (2012)3:2-8. ORD-000013
Weber, M., P. Mozumder, and R.P. Berrens. 2012. Accounting for Unobserved Time-Varying Quality in Recreation Demand: An Application to a Sonoran Desert Wilderness. Water Resources Research 48(5): W05515.
Wigington, Parker J., Jr., Scott G. Leibowitz, Randy L. Comeleo, and Joseph L. Ebersole, 2012. Oregon Hydrologic Landscapes: A Classification Framework. Journal of the American water Resources Association (JAWRA) 49(1):163-182.
Abdelnour, A., M. Stieglitz, F. Pan, and R. McKane (2011), Catchment hydrological responses to forest harvest amount and spatial pattern, Water Resources Research,(2011) 47, W09521, doi:10.1029/2010WR010165. WED-11-022
Baron, J. S., C. T. Driscoll, J. L. Stoddard, and E. E. Richer.Empirical critical loads of atmospheric nitrogen deposition for nutrient enrichment and acidification of sensitive U.S. lakes. BioScience (2011) 61:602-613. WED-10-059
Bolte, JP, McKane RB, Phillips DL, Schumaker NH, White D, Brookes A, Olszyk DM (2011). In Oregon, the EPA calculates nature's worth now and in the future. Solutions 2(6): 35-41. WED-11-169
Brooks, J.R. and A.K. Mitchell. New Phytologist. Interpreting tree responses to thinning and fertilization using tree-ring stable isotopes. 190:770-782 (2011). WED-11-021
Brown, CA and Power JH. 2011. Historic and recent patterns of dissolved oxygen in the Yaquina Estuary (Oregon, USA): Importance of anthropogenic activities and oceanic conditions. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 92(3):446-455. http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0272771411000400
Brown, C.A., and J.H. Power. Historic and recent patterns of dissolved oxygen in the Yaquina Estuary (Oregon, USA): Importance of anthropogenic activities and oceanic conditions. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science (2011) 92:446-455. WED-09-079
Civerolo, K. L., K. M. Roy, J. L. Stoddard, and G. Sistla. A comparison of the temporally integrated monitoring of ecosystems and Adirondack Long Term-Monitoring programs in the Adirondack Mountain region of New York. WATER, AIR AND SOIL POLLUTION: FOCUS. Springer, New York, NY, 222:285-296, (2011). WED-11-138
Cline, S.P. and L. McAllister. Development of riparian plant communities during increasing river regulation, upper mainstem Willamette River, Oregon, USA. River Research and Applications. John Wiley & Sons Incorporated, New York, NY, , DOI:10.1002/rra.1539, (2011)
Cole, C. A. and M. E. Kentula. Monitoring and assessment - what to measure...and why. Chapter 8, LePage, B.A. (ed.), Wetlands - Integrating Multidisciplinary Concepts. Springer, New York, NY, , 137-152, (2011)
Compton, J.E., J.A. Harrison, R.L. Dennis, T.L. Greaver, B.H. Hill, S.J. Jordan, H. Walker and H.V. Campbell. Ecosystem services altered by human changes in the nitrogen cycle: a new perspective for US decision making. Ecology Letters (2011) doi: 10.1111/j.1461-0248.2011.01631.x. WED-11-025
Compton, J. E., J. A. Harrison, R. L. Dennis, T. L. Greaver, B. H. Hill, S. J. Jordan, H. Walker, and H. V. Campbell. 2011. Ecosystem services altered by human changes in the nitrogen cycle: a new perspective for US decision making. Ecology Letters 14:804–815.
Compton, J. E. and M. R. Church. 2011. Salt additions alter short-term nitrogen and carbon mobilization in a coastal Oregon Andisol. Journal of Environmental Quality:doi:10.2134/jeq2011.0013.
Compton, J.E., and M.R. Church. Salt Additions Alter Short-term Nitrogen and Carbon Mobilization in a Coastal Oregon Andisol. J. Environ. Qual. (2011) doi:10.2134/jeq2011.0013. WED-09-078.
Davis, J. H., S. M. Griffith, and P. J. Wigington Jr. Surface Water and Groundwater Nitrogen Dynamics in a Well Drained Riparian Forest within a Poorly Drained Agricultural Landscape. Journal of Environmental Quality. American Society of Agronomy, 40:505-516, (2011). WED-09-136
Davis, J. H., S. M. Griffith, and P. J. Wigington Jr. Surface Water and Groundwater Nitrogen Dynamics in a Well Drained Riparian Forest within a Poorly Drained Agricultural Landscape. Journal of Environmental Quality. American Society of Agronomy, 40:505-516, (2011). WED-09-136
Devereux, R., P.M. Eldridge, D.F.
Yates, and J.R. Aukamp. Relationship of Sulfate Reduction to Temperature in
Thalassia testudinum Seagrass Bed Sediments. Marine
Biology Research . Taylor & Francis Group, London, UK, 7(4):317-331, (2011).
Eldridge PM and Roelke DL. 2011. Hypoxia in Waters of the Coastal Zone: Causes, Effects, and Modeling Approaches. In: Wolanski E and McLusky DS (eds.) Treatise on Estuarine and Coastal Science, Vol 9, pp. 193–215. Waltham: Academic Press.
Evans, D.M., S.H. Schoenholtz, P.J. Wigington, Jr., and S.M. Griffith. Nitrogen Mineralization in Riparian Soils along a River Continuum within a Multi-Land-Use Basin. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. (2011) 75:719-728. WED-10-005
Ferraro, S.P., and F.A. Cole. Ecological periodic tables for benthic macrofaunal usage of estuarine habitats in the US Pacific Northwest. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science (2011) 94:36-47. WED-09-005
Grams, T.E.E., H. Werner, D. Kuptz, W. Ritter, F. Fleischmann, C.P. Andersen, and R. Matyssek. A free-air system for long-term stable carbon isotope labeling of adult forest trees. Trees (2011)25:187-198. DOI 10.1007/s00468-010-0497-7. WED-10-013
Hughes, R. M., P. R. Kaufmann, and M. H. Weber. National and regional comparisons between Strahler order and stream size. Journal of the North American Benthological Society. North American Benthological Society, Lawrence, KS, 30(1):103-121, (2011). WED-10-032
Kaldy, J.E. 2011. Using macroalgal δ15N bioassay to detect cruise ship waste water effluent inputs. Marine Pollution Bulletin 62(8): 1762-1771. http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0025326X11002876
KALDY, J. E. and M. Sutula. Suitability of seagrasses and submerged aquatic vegetation as indicators of eutrophication. Chapter 5, Martha Sutula (ed.), Review of Indicators for Development of Nutrient Numeric End-points in California Estuaries. Southern California Coastal Water Research Project, 121-164, (2011). WED-12-022
Kaldy, J.E. Using a macroalgal 15N bioassay to detect cruise ship waste water effluent inputs. Marine Pollution Bulletin 62: 1762-1771 (2011) WED-11-072
Kaufmann, P.R., and J.M. Faustini. Simple measures of channel habitat complexity predict transient hydraulic storage in streams. Hydrobiologia (2011) DOI 10.1007/s10750-011-0841-y. WED-11-070
Lamberson, J. O., M. R. Frazier, W. G. Nelson, and P. J. Clinton. Utilization Patterns of Intertidal Habitats by Birds in Yaquina Estuary, Oregon . U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC, EPA/600/R-11/118, 2011. WED-12-001
Leibowitz, S.G., P.J. Wigington, Jr., R.L. Comeleo, and J.L. Ebersole. A temperature-precipitation-based model of thirty-year mean snowpack accumulation and melt in Oregon, USA. Hydrological Processes (2011) DOI: 10.1002/hyp.8176 WED-10-103
Londo, J. P., M. A. Bollman, C. L. Sagers, E. Lee, and L. S. Watrud. Glyphostate-drift but not herbivory alters the rate of transgene flow from signle and stacked trait transgenic canola (Brassica napus L.) to non-transgenic B. napus and B. rapa. New Phytologist. Blackwell Publishing, Malden, MA, (2011). WED-11-015
Londo, J.P., M.A. Bollman, C.L. Sagers, E.H. Lee and L.S. Watrud. Changes in fitness-associated traits due to the stacking of trasngenic glyphosate resistance and insect resistance in Brassica napus L. Heredity (2011) 1-10. WED-10-120
MacArthur, L., D. Phillips, G. Hyndes, C. Hanson, M. Vanderklift. Habitat surrounding patch reefs influences the diet and nutrition of the western rock lobster. Marine Ecology Progress (2011) Series 436:191-205. WED-10-094
Miller, A.W., M. Frazier, G.E. Smith, E.S. Perry, G.M. Ruiz, and M.N. Tamburri. Enumerating Sparse Organisms in Ships' Ballast Water: Why Counting to 10 is Not So Easy. Environmental Science & Technology (2011) 45:3539-3546. WED-10-111
Morzillo, A.T., and M.D. Schwartz. Landscape characteristics affect animal control by urban residents. Ecosphere (2011)2(11):128. doi:f10.1890/ES11-00120.1 WED-11-091
Pardo, L. H., M. Fenn, C. L. Goodale, L. H. Geiser, C. T. Driscoll, E. B. Allen, J. S. Baron, R. Bobbink, W. Bpwman, C. Clark, B. Emmitt, F. S. Gilliam, T. L. Greavers, S. J. Hall, E. A. Lilleskov, L. Liu, J. Lyncy, K. Nadelhoffer, S. S. Perakis, M. Robin-Abbott, J. L. Stoddard, K. Weathers, And R. L. DENNIS. Effects of Nitrogen Deposition and Empirical Nitrogen Critical Loads for Ecoregions of the United States. ECOLOGICAL APPLICATIONS. Ecological Society of America, Ithaca, NY, 21(8):3049-3082, (2011). WED-11-FCO-140
Payne, M.C., Reusser, D.A., Lee, Henry, II, and Brown, C.A. 2011. Moderate-resolution sea surface temperature data for the nearshore North Pacific: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 2010-1251. http://pubs.usgs.gov/of/2010/1251/
Perakis, S., E. Sinkhorn, and J. Compton. 2011. δ15N constraints on long-term nitrogen balances in temperate forests. Oecologia:DOI: 10.1007/s00442-00011-02016-y.
Perakis, S. S., E. R. Sinkhorn, and J.E. Compton. δ 15 N constraints on long-term nitrogen balances in temperate forests. Oecologia. Springer, New York, NY, 167:793-807, (2011) WED-11-023
T. G., D. M. Olszyk, E. Lee, and D M. Plocher.
Comparing effects of low levels of herbicides on greehouse- and field-grown
potatoes (Solanum tuberosum L.), soybeans (Glycine
max L.) and peas (Pisum sataivum L.). Environmental Toxicology and
Chemistry. Society of Environmental Toxicology and
Chemistry, Pensacola, FL, 30(2):455-468, (2011). WED-10-023
Reichman, J. R., B. Smith, J. P. Londo, M. A. Bollman, C. A. Auer, and L. S. Watrud. Diallelic nuclear microsatellites for diversity and population analyses of the allotraploid creeping bentgrass (Agrostis stolonifera). Crop Science. Crop Science Society of America, Madison, WI, 51:747-758, (2011). WED-10-084
Reusser, D.A., and H. Lee II. Evolution of natural history information in the 21st century- developing an integrated framework for biological and geographical data. J. of Biogeography (2011)38:1225-1239. WED-10-036
Ritter, W., C.P. Andersen, R. Matyssek, and T.E.E. Grams. Carbon flux to woody tissues in a beech/spruce forest during summer and in response to chronic O3 exposure. Biogeosciences (2011) doi:10.5194/bg-8-3127-2011. WED-11-108
Schrlau, J.E., L. Geiser, K.J. Hageman, D.H. Landers, S.M. Simonich. Comparison of Lichen, Conifer Needles, Passive Air Sampling Devices, and Snowpack as Passive Sampling Media to Measure Semi-Volatile Organic Compounds in Remote Atmospheres. Environmental Science & Technology (2011) dx.doi.org/10.1021/es202418f. WED-11-148
Scozzafava, M. E., M. E. Kentula, E. Riley, T. Magee, A. Jacobs, G. Serenbetz, R. R. Sumner, C. Faulkner, M. Price, and L. Hall. The National Wetland Condition Assessment: National Data on Wetland Quality to Inform and Improve Wetlands Protection. Environmental Law Institute, Washington, DC, (33(2), 2011. WED-11-FCO-051
Scozzafava, M. E., Kentula, M. E., Riley, E., Magee, T. K., Jacobs, A. D., Serenbetz, G., et al. (2011). Tracking trends in the quality of the Nation's wetlands--a powerful supplement to Status and Trends. In T.E. Dahl. Status and Trends of Wetlands in the conterminous United States 2004-2009. U.S. Department of Interior, Fish and Wildlife Service, Washington, D.C. WED-11-014
Schafer, M.G., A.A. Ross, J.P. Londo, C.A. Burdick, E.H. Lee, S.E. Travers, P.K. Van de Water, and C.L. Sagers. The Establishment of Genetically Engineered Canola Populations in the U.S. PLoS ONE (2011)6(10)e25736. WED-11-071
Shafer, D.J, Kaldy, J.E., Sherman, T.D., Marko, K.M. Effects of salinity on photosynthesis and respiration of the seagrass Zostera japonica: a comparison of two established populations in North America. Aquatic Botany (2011) 95: 214-220. WED-11-034
Stiles, C.A., R.D. Hammer, MG. Johnson, R. Ferguson, J. Galbraith, T. O'Geen, J. Arriaga, J. Shaw, A. Falen, P. McDaniel, and R. Miles. Validation testing of a portable kit for measuring an active soil carbon fraction. Soil Science Society of America Journal (2011)75(6):2330-2340. WED-11-038
Stronen, A. V., N. H. Schumaker, G. J. Forbes, P. C. Paquet, and R. K. Brook. Landscape resistance to dispersal: Predicting long-term effects of human disturbance on a small and isolated wolf population in southwestern Manitoba, Canada. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment. Springer, New York, NY, , (2011) DOI 10.1007/s10661-011-2469-9. WED-11-030
Vaslet, A., C. France, D.L. Phillips, I.C. Feller, and C.C. Baldwin. Stable-isotope analyses reveal the importance of seagrass beds as feeding areas for juveniles of the speckled worm eel Myrophis punctatus(Teleosti: Ophichthidae) in Florida. Journal of Fish Biology (2011) 79:692-706. WED-11-058
Ward, E. J., B. X. Semmens, D. L. Phillips, J. W. Moore, and N. Bouwes. A quantitative approach to combine sources in stable isotope mixing models. EcoSphere. ESA Journals, 2(2):art 19, (2011). WED-10-112
Warren, J.M., J.R. Brooks, M.I. Dragila and F.C. Meinzer In situ separation of root hydraulic redistribution of soil water from liquid and vapor transport. Oecologia (2011) 166:899-911. WED-10-0071
Watrud, L. S., G. King, J. P. Londo, R. Colasanti, B. Smith, R. S. Waschmann, and E. Lee. Changes in constructed Brassica communities treated with glyphosate drift. Ecological Applications. Ecological Society of America, Ithaca, NY, 21(2):525-538, (2011). WED-09-057
Watrud, L.S., J. Brewer, T. Shiroyama, B.M. Smith and G.A. King. Sodium thioglycollate enhances pollen germination and pollen tube elongatiion in cruciferous species. In Vitro Cell. Dev. Biol. (2011)47:589-595. WED-11-094
Bautista, N.S., C.L. Sagers, E.H. Lee, and L.S. Watrud. Flowering times in genetically modified Brassica hybrids in the absence of selection. Can. J. Plant Sci. (2010) 90:185-187. WED-06-181
Brooks, J.R., H.R. Barnard, R. Coulombe and J.J. McDonnell. Ecohydrologic separation of water between trees and streams in a Mediterranean climate. Nature Geoscience (2010) 3:100-104. WED-09-141
Bryce, S.A., G.A. Lomnicky, and P.R. Kaufmann. Protecting sediment-sensitive aquatic species in mountain streams through the application of biological based streambed sediment criteria. Journal of North American Benthological Society (2010)29(2):657-672. WED-09-108
Das, M., Reichman, J.R., Haberer, G., Welzl, G., Aceituno, F.F., Mader, M.T., Watrud, L.S., Pfleeger, T.G., Gutiérrez, R.A., Schäffner, A.R., Olszyk, D.O. 2010. A composite transcriptional signature differentiates responses towards closely related herbicides in Arabidopsis thaliana and Brassica napus. Plant Molecular Biology, 72: 545-556. WED-07-167
Fennessy, M.S., A.D. Jacons, and M.E. Kentula. Rapid is relative until clearly defined: A Response to Kleindl et al. Wetland Science and Practice (2010)27:23-24. WED-10-117
Fetscher, E.A., M.A. Sutula, J.C. Callaway, V.T. Parker, M. Vasey, J.N. Collins and W.G. Nelson. Patterns in Estuarine Vegetation Communities in Two Regions of California: Insights from a Probabilistic Survey. 2010. Wetlands 30:833-846. WED-10-027
Hageman, K.J., W.D. Hafner, D.H. Campbell, D.A. Jaffe, D.H. Landers and S.L. Massey Simonich. Variability in Pesticide Deposition and Source Contributions to Snowpack in Western U.S. National Parks. Environ. Sci. Technol. 44:4452-4458 (2010). WED-10-045
Hughes, R.M., A.T. Herlihy and P.R. Kaufmann. An evaluation of qualitative indexes of physical habitat applied to agricultural streams in ten U.S. states. JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN WATER RESOURCES ASSOCIATION. American Water Resources Association, Middleburg, VA, 46(4):792-806, (2010). WED-09-123
Jacobs, A.D., M.E. Kentula, and A.T. Herlihy. Developing an index of wetland condition from ecological data: An example using HGM functional variables from the nanticoke watershed, USA. Ecological Indicators (2010) 10:703-712. WED-09-128
Johnson, S.L., J.H. Power, D.R. Wilson and J. Ray. A Comparison of the Survival and Migratory Behavior of Hatchery-Reared and Naturally Reared Steelhead Smolts in the Alsea River and Estuary, Oregon, using Acoustic Telemetry. North American Journal of Fisheries Management (2010) 30:55-71. WED-09-028
Kausch, A.P., J. Hague, M. Oliver, Y Li, H. Daniel, P. Mascia, L.S. Watrud and C.N. Stewart Jr. Transgenic perennial biofuel feedstocks and strategies for bioconfinement. Biofuels 2010 1(1):163-176. WED-09-126
Keiluweit, M., P.S. Nico, M.G. Johnson, and M. Kleber. Dynamic Moecular Structure of Plant Biomass-Derived Black Carbon (Biochar). Environmental Science & Technology (2010 )44:1247-1253. WED-10-028
Kleber, M. and M.G. Johnson. Advances in Understanding the Molecular Structure of Soil Organic Matter: Implications for Interactions in the Environment. Advances in Agronomy (2010)106:77-142. WED-10-043
Landers, D.H., S.M. Simonich, D. Jaffe, L. Geiser, D.H. Campbell, A. Schwindt, C. Schreck, M. Kent, W. Hafner, H.E. Taylor, K. Hageman, S. Usenko, L. Ackerman, J. Schrlau, N. Rose, T. Blett and M. Morrison Erway. The Western Airborne Contaminant Assessment Project (WACAP): An Interdisciplinary Evaluation of the Impacts of Airborne Contaminants in Western U.S. National Parks. Environmental Science and Technology (2010) 44(3):855-859. WED-09-052
Londo, J. P., N. S. Bautista, C. L. Sagers, E. Lee, and L. S. Watrud. Glyphosate drift promotes changes in fitness and transgene flow in canola (Brassica napus) and hybrids. Annals of Botany. Oxford University Press, Cary, NC, 106(6):957-965, (2010). WED-09-138
Magee, T.K., P.L. Ringold, M.A. Bollman and T.L. Ernst. Index of Alien Impact: A Method for Evaluating Potential Ecological Impact of Alien Plant Species. Environmental Management (2010) DOI 10.1007/s00267-010-9426-1. WED-08-042
Morzillo, A.T. and A.G. Mertig. Urban resident attitudes toward rodents, rodent control products, and environmental effects. Urban Ecosyst (2010) DOI 10.1007/s11252-010-0152-5. WED-10-017.
Nikolova, P.S. C.P. Andersen, H. Blaschke, R. Matyssek, and K-H. Häberle. Belowground effects of enhanced tropospheric ozone and drought in a beech/spruce forest (Fagus sylvatica L./Picea abies [L.] Karst). Environmental Pollution (2010) 158:1071-1078. WED-09-059
Olszyk, D., T. Pfleeger, E.H. Lee and M. Plocher. Potato (Solanum tuberosum) Greenhouse Tuber Production as an Assay for Asexual Reproduction Effects from Herbicides. Environmental Toxicology (2010) 29(1) 111-121. WED-08-153
Pfleeger, T.G., M. Plocher and P. Bichel. Response of pioneer plant communities to elevated exposure. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment 138:116-126 (2010). WED-04-112
Phillips, C.L., N. Nickerson, D. Risk, Z.E. Kayler, C. Andersen, A. Mix and B.J. Bond. Soil moisture effects on the carbon isotope composition of soil respiration. Rapid Communications in Mass Spectrometry (2010)24:127-1280. WED-10-003
Rygiewicz, P.T., V.J. Monleon, E.R. Ingham, K.J. Martin, and M.G. Johnson. Soil life in reconstructed ecosystems: Intial soil food web responses after rebuilding a forest soil profile for a climate change experiment. Applied Soil Ecology (2010) 45:26-38. WED-09-125
Sifneos, J., A. T. Herlihy, A. D. Jacobs, and
M. E. Kentula. Calibration of the Delaware Rapid Assessment Protocol to
a Comprehensive Measure of Wetland Condition. Wetlands. The Society of
Wetland Scientists, McLean, VA, 30(6):1011-1022, (2010). WED-10-025
Sigleo, A. C., W. E. Frick, and L. M. Prieto. Red Alder (Alnus rubra) distributiion influences nitrate discharge to coastal estuaries: Comparison of two Oregon watersheds. Northwest Science. Northwest Scientific Association, Tacoma, WA, 84(4):336-350, (2010). WED-08-106
Van Sickle, J. Correlated Metrics Yield Multimetric Indices with Inferior Performance. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society. American Fisheries Society, Bethesda, MD, 139:1802-1817, (2010). WED-10-015
Waschmann, R. S., L. S. Watrud, L. Reece, and T. Shiroyama. Sunlit mesocosms designed for pollen confinement and risk assessment of transgenic crops. Aerobiologia. Springer, New York, NY, 26:311-325, (2010). WED-09-038
Whittier, T.R. and J. Van Sickle. Macroinvertebrate tolerance values and an assemblage tolerance index (ATI) for western USA streams and rivers. J. N. Am. Benthol. Soc. 29(3):852-866 (2010). WED-10-024
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