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Allstadt, A., J.A. Newman, J.A. Walter, G. Korniss, and T. Caraco. 2016. Spatial competition: roughening of an experimental interface. Scientific Reports 6: 29908. doi: 10.1038/srep29908.
Araya, J.J., K. Kindscher, and B. Timmermann. 2016. Sullivantosides A-F: Pregnane glycosides from Asclepias sullivantii L. Phytochemistry Letters, 16, 185–191.
Whittemore, D., and W.D. Kettle. 2016. Symposium overview: Ecology and climate change research at Kansas natural areas and field stations. Transactions of the Kansas Academy of Science 119:1-4.
Bufford, J., P. Hulme, B. Sikes, J. Cooper, P. Johnston, and R. Duncan. 2016. Taxonomic similarity, more than contact opportunity, explains novel plant-pathogen associations between native and alien taxa. New Phytologist, 212(3), 657-667. http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/wol1/doi/10.1111/nph.14077/abstract doi:10.1111/nph.14077
Lehmeier C.A., F. Ballantyne IV, K. Min, S.A. Billings. 2016. Temperature-mediated changes in microbial carbon use efficiency and 13C discrimination. Biogeosciences 13: 3319-3329.
Murphy, C.A., B.L. Foster, and C. Gao. 2016. Temporal dynamics in rhizosphere bacterial communities of three perennial grassland species. Agronomy 2016, 6 (1), 17; doi: 10.3390/agronomy6010017
Koziol, L., and J.D. Bever. 2016. The missing link in grassland restoration: Arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi inoculation increases plant diversity and accelerates succession. Journal of Applied Ecology. 10.1111/1365-2664.12843
Kettle, W.D. 2016. The University of Kansas Field Station: A platform for studying ecological and hydrological aspects of climate change. Transactions of the Kansas Academy of Science 119:12-20.
Thorp, J.H., and D.C. Rogers. 2016. Thorp and Covich’s Freshwater Invertebrates, Volume II. Keys to Nearctic Fauna. Elsevier.
Dialynas, Y., S. Bastola, R. Bras, S. Billings, D. Markewitz, and D. Richter. 2016. Topographic variability and the influence of soil erosion on the carbon cycle. Global Biogeochemical Cycles. doi:doi:10.1002/2015GB005302
Billings, S., A. Boone, and F. Stephen. 2016. Tree-ring δ13C and δ18O, leaf δ13C and wood and leaf N status demonstrate tree growth strategies and predict susceptibility to disturbance. Tree Physiology, 36(5), 576-88. doi:10.1093/treephys/tpw010
Signorile, L., D.C. Reuman, P. Lurz, C. Bertolino, C. Carbone, and J. Wang. 2016. Using DNA profiling to investigate human-mediated translocations of invasive species. Biological Conservation, 10.1016/j.biocon.2015.12.026.
Hamilton, C.E., J.D. Bever, J. Labbé, X. Yang, and H. Yin. 2016. Utilization of microbiomes for crop production: Mitigative and adaptive opportunities via community complementarity. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment, 216, 304-308.
Harris, T.D., F. deNoyelles, and G.D. Tillman. 2016. Val Houston Smith (1950-2016): Putting the puzzle together from organelles to ecosystems. Limnology and Oceanography Bulletin 25:3, 86-87.
Pittman, G.L., H.S. Fitch, and W.D. Kettle. 2016. Vertebrate animals on the Fitch Natural History Reservation (1948-2002). Kansas Biological Survey Report No. 188. 48 pages.
Kastens, J.H., D.S. Baker, D.L. Peterson, and D.G. Huggins. 2016. Wetland Program Development Grant (WPDG) FFY 2013--Playa Mapping and Assessment. Kansas Biological Survey Report No. 186. 28pp.download pdf
Cheeke, T.E., U.M. Schütte, C. Hemmerich, M.B. Cruzan, T.N. Rosenstiel, and J.D. Bever. 2015. Spatial variation and heterogeneity in the field has a greater effect on the composition of AMF communities than Bt genetic insertion. Molecular Ecology. 24, 2580–2593.
Kohl, L., J. Laganiere, K.A. Edwards, S.A. Billings, P.L. Morrill, G. Van Biesen, and S.E. Ziegler. 2015. “Distinct fungal and bacterial delta C-13 signatures as potential drivers of increasing delta C-13 of soil organic matter with depth.” Biogeochemistry 124, no. 1-3 (May): 13-26. doi:10.1007/s10533-015-0107-2. ISSN: 0168-2563.
Lucia, K.E., and B. Keane. 2015. Alternate mating strategy compensates for inbreeding depression in male prairie voles. Behavioral Ecology 26:1060-1070.
Büyüktahtakın, İ.E., E.Y. Kibis, H.I. Cobuloglu, G.R. Houseman, and J.T. Lampe. 2015. An age-structured bio-economic model of invasive species management: Insights and strategies for optimal control. Biological Invasions 17(9):2525-2563. DOI:10.1007/s10144-015-0495-0. 10.1007/s10530-015-0893-4

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