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Cheeke, T.E., C. Zheng, L. Koziol, C.R. Gurholt, J.D. Bever. Sensitivity of plants to arbuscular mycorrhizal fungal species is greater in late-successional native than early-successional native or non-native plants. Ecology. 2019;100:e02855.
Wang, G., P. Schultz, A. Tipton, J. Zhang, F. Zhang, J.D. Bever. Soil microbiome mediates positive plant productivity-diversity relationships in late successional grassland species. Ecology Letters. 2019;22:1221–1232.
Klymiuk, A.A., B.A. Sikes. Suppression of root-endogenous fungi in persistently inundated Typha roots. Mycologia. 2019;111(5):748–757.
Min, K., K. Buckeridge, S.E. Ziegler, K.A. Edwards, S. Bagchi, S.A. Billings. Temperature sensitivity of biomass-specific microbial exo-enzyme activities and CO2 efflux is resistant to change across short- and long-term timescales. Global Change Biology. 2019;25(5):1793–1807. doi:10.1111/gcb.14605.
Wolfe, R.L., S.C. Kyle, J.C. Pitman, D.M. VonDeBur, M.E. Houts, 2019. The 2018 Lesser Prairie-Chicken Range-wide Conservation Plan Annual Progress Report. Western Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies. Boise, Idaho, pp.120.
McLaren, S.B., and R.M. Timm. 2019. The ASM’s Bylaws: a brief history and summary. Journal of Mammalogy. 100(6): 1705–1709.
Gan, H.M., R.J. Wasserman, T. Dalu, and D.C. Rogers. 2019. The complete mitogenome of a South African cryptic species of tadpole shrimp within the Triops￿granarius (Lucas, 1864) species group. Mitochondrial DNA. Part B, 4:1, 455-456, DOI: 10.1080/23802359.2018.1547145
Gan, H.M., R.J. Wasserman, T. Dalu, and D.C. Rogers. 2019. The complete mitogenome of a South African cryptic species of tadpole shrimp within Triops granarius (Lucas, 1864) species group. Mitochondrial DNA Part B: Resources, 4:455-456.
de Mazancourt, V., W. Klotz, G. Marquet, B. Mos, D.C. Rogers, and P. Keith. 2019. The complex study of complexes: The first well-supported phylogeny of two species complexes within genus Caridina (Decapoda: Caridea: Atyidae) sheds light on evolution, biogeography, and habitat. Molecular Phylogenetics & Evolution, 131: 164-180. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ympev.2018.11.002
Anderson, T.L., L.W. Sheppard, J.A. Walter, S.P. Hendricks, T.D. Levine, D.S. White, D.C. Reuman. The dependence of synchrony on timescale and geography in freshwater plankton. Limnology and Oceanography. 2019;64(2):483–502. doi:10.1002/lno.11054.
Timm, R.M., and S.B. McLaren. 2019. The evolution of ASM picnics. Journal of Mammalogy. 100(5): 1411–1414.
Genoways, H.H., and R.M. Timm. 2019. The Neotropical variegated squirrel, Sciurus variegatoides (Rodentia: Sciuridae) in Nicaragua, with the description of a new subspecies. Pp. 375–409 in From field to laboratory: A memorial volume in honor of Robert J. Baker (R. D. Bradley, H. H. Genoways, D. J. Schmidly, and L. C. Bradley, eds.). Special Publications, Museum of Texas Tech University. 71:1–957.
K. Kindscher, L.M. Martin, and Q. Long. The Sustainable Harvest of Wild Populations of Oshá (Ligusticum porteri) in Southern Colorado for the Herbal Products Trade. Economic Botany, published online May 14 2019. download pdf
Kindscher, K., L.M. Martin, Q. Long. The sustainable harvest of wild populations of Oshá (Ligusticum porteri) in southern Colorado for the herbal products trade. Economic Botany. 2019;73(3):341–356. doi:10.1007/s12231-019-09456-1.
Liu, H. Zhongquan, C.Z., Young, B., and Harris, T.D. 2019. Three-dimensional numerical modeling of the cyanobacterium Microcystis transport and its population dynamics in a large freshwater reservoir. Ecological Modeling 398: 20-34.
Rickart, E.A., D.S. Balete, R.M. Timm, P.A. Alviola, J.A. Esselstyn, and L.R. Heaney. 2019. Two new species of shrew-rats (Rhynchomys: Muridae; Rodentia) from Luzon Island, Philippines. Journal of Mammalogy. 100(4): 1112–1129.
Smyth, A.R., T.D. Loecke, T.E. Franz, A.J. Burgin. Using high-frequency soil oxygen sensors to predict greenhouse gas emissions from wetlands. Soil Biology & Biochemistry. 2019;128:182–192. doi:10.1016/j.soilbio.2018.10.020.
Crawford, K.M., J.T. Bauer, L.S. Comita, M.B. Eppinga, D.J. Johnson, S.A. Mangan, S.A. Queenborough, A.E. Strand, K.N. Suding, J. Umbanhowar, et al. 2019. When and where plant-soil feedback may promote plant coexistence: a meta-analysis. Ecology Letters. 2019;22:1274–1284.
Ticktin, T., and K. Kindscher, S. Souther, P. Weisberg, J. Chamberlain, S. Hummel, C. Mitchell and S. Sanders. 2018. Ecological and Human Dimensions of Nontimber Forest Product Harvest, pages 60-81 in J. L. Chamberlin, M. R. Emery, and T. Patel-Weynand. Assessment of nontimber forest products in the United States under changing conditions. U.S. Forest Service, Southern Research Station General Technical Report SRS-232.
Bani-Yaghoub, M. and A. Reed. 2018. A methodology to quantify the long-term changes in social networks of competing species. Ecological Modeling 368: 147-157.


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