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KU Ecosystems Research Group: Publications

Pataki, D.E., S. Billings, E. Naumburg, C.M. Goedhart. 2008. Water sources and nitrogen relations of grasses and shrubs in phreatophytic communities of the Great Basin Desert. Journal of Arid Environments 72:1581-1593.
Hurlbert, A.H., F. Ballantyne, S. Powell. 2008. Shaking a leg and hot to trot: The effects of body size and temperature on running speed in ants. Ecological Entomology 33:144-154.
Billings, S., E. Gaydess. 2008. Soil nitrogen and carbon dynamics in a fragmented landscape experiencing forest succession. Landscape Ecology 23:581-592.
Ballantyne, F., D. Menge, A. Ostling, P. Hosseini. 2008. Nutrient recycling affects autotroph and ecosystem stoichiometry. American Naturalist 171(4):511-523.
Billings, S., S.E. Ziegler. 2008. Altered patterns of soil carbon substrate usage and heterotrophic respiration in a pine forest with elevated CO2 and N fertilization. Global Change Biology 14:1025-1036.
Billings, S., E. Gaydess. 2008. Soil nitrogen and carbon dynamics in a fragmented landscape experiencing forest succession. Landscape Ecology 23:581-592.
Tiemann, L., S. Billings. 2008. Carbon controls on nitrous oxide production with changes in substrate availability in a North American grassland. Soil Science 173:332-341.
Haavik, L., F. Stephen, M. Fierke, V. Salisbury, S. Leavitt, S. Billings. 2008. Dendrochronological parameters of northern red oak (Quercus rubra Fagaceae) infested with red oak borer (Enapholodes rufulus) (Haldeman) (Coleoptera: Cerambycidae)). Forest Ecology and Management 255:1501-1509.
Lichter, J., S. Billings, S.E.Ziegler, D. Gaindh, R. Ryals, A.C. Finzi, R.B. Jackson, E.A. Stemmler, W.H. Schlesinger. 2008. Soil carbon sequestration in a pine forest after nine years of atmospheric CO2 enrichment. Global Change Biology 14:2910-2922.
Richter, D., S. Billings. 2008. Strengthening the world's long-term soil research base. International Union of Soil Scientists Bulletin 112:10-12.

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