Publication List

Our research center makes every attempt to keep a complete, up-to-date list of our scholarly publications. This list dates back to 1949, just after the establishment of the KU Field Station, which we now manage. Enter keyword, year or author name to search all publications. In the full list, individual projects are listed by the publication title and the year of publication.

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Integrating decadal and century-scale root development with longer-term soil development to understand terrestrial nutrient cycling
Is macroporosity controlled by complexed clay and soil organic carbon?
Root distributions, precipitation, and soil structure converge to govern soilorganic carbon depth distributions
A review of projects completed as the GIS/remote sensing specialist to the Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks
Time scales of ecosystem impacts and recovery under individual and serial invasions
The biogeochemical redox paradox
Blooms also like it cold
Spatial structure within root systems moderates stability of arbuscular mycorrhizal mutualism and plant-soil feedbacks
Role of plant relatedness in plant-soil feedback dynamics of sympatric Asclepias species
Arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi taxa show variable patterns of micro-scale dispersal in prairie restorations
Conservation strategy for the Greater Prairie-Chicken and the plains and prairie subspecies of Sharp-tailed Grouse
Hydrology of a hydroperiod: Assessing recharge to the High Plains aquifer through a playa in western Kansas
Inoculation with native grassland soils improves native plant species germination in highly disturbed soil
Inoculation with native soil improves seedling survival and reduces non-native reinvasion in a grassland restoration
Investigating vernal pool fairy shrimp exposure to to organophosphate pesticides: Implications for population-level risk assessment
The root-associated arbuscular mycorrhizal fungal assemblages of exotic alien plants are simplified in invaded distribution ranges, but dominant species are retained: A trans-continental perspective
From soils to streams: Connecting terrestrial carbon transformation, chemical weathering, and solute export across hydrological regimes
A new species of Tanymastigites Brtek, 1972 (Anostraca: Tanymastigidae) from Libya
Acaulospora mendoncae (Acaulosporaceae), a new fungal species in the Glomeromycota from maritime sand dunes from southern Brazil
Evidence for the evolution of native plant response to mycorrhizal fungi in post-agricultural grasslands
Native mycorrhizal fungi improve milkweed growth, latex, and establishment while some commercial fungi may inhibit them
Soil characteristics and bare ground cover differ among jurisdictions and disturbance histories in Western U.S. protected area-centered ecosystems
Substrate and low intensity fires influence bacterial communities in longleaf pine savanna
A social perennial vision for the North American Great Plains rooted in the resilience of a natural system-inspired agriculture (book chapter)
Assessing placement bias in the global river gauge network
Biodiversity stabilizes plant communities through statistical-averaging effects rather than compensatory dynamics
Can nucleation bridge to desirable alternative stable states? Theory and Applications
Dissolved organic carbon mobilization across a climate transect of mesic boreal forests is explained by air temperature and snowpack duration
Disturbance and nutrients synchronize kelp forests across scales through interacting Moran effects
Embracing the dynamic nature of soil structure: A paradigm illuminating the role of life in critical zones of the Anthropocene
Fire as a driver of fungal diversity—A synthesis of current knowledge
How hungry roots get their microbes
Increases in vein length compensate for leaf area lost to lobing in grapevine
Integrating social and ecological predictors to understand variation within ecosystems: A case study of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park PACE
Intraspecific variation in migration timing of green sturgeon in the Sacramento River system
Making sense of multivariate community responses in global change experiments
Multifaceted DNA metabarcoding of guano to uncover multiple classes of ecological data in two different bat communities
Mycorrhizal responsiveness predicts plant community changes in response to long term N and P fertilization.
Native AMF promote native plant diversity and suppress weeds four years following inoculation
Perennial, but not annual, legumes synergistically benefit from infection with arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi and rhizobia: a Meta-analysis
Pine savanna restoration on agricultural landscapes: The path back to native savanna ecosystem services
Precipitation, not land use, primarily determines the composition of both plant and phyllosphere fungal communities
Preferential allocation of benefits and resource competition among recipients allows coexistence of symbionts within hosts
Soil organic carbon stabilization in forest subsoils: Directions for the research community (Comment)
Soil variation among natural habitats alters glucosinolate content in a wild perennial mustard
Surface soil organic carbon sequestration under post agricultural grasslands offset by net loss at depth
Symbiont coexistence may be common in mutualisms because of negative physiological feedback in preferential allocation and resource partitioning
Tail-dependent spatial synchrony arises from nonlinear driver-response relationships
The Boechera model system for evolutionary ecology
The long and the short of it: Mechanism of synchronous and compensatory dynamics across temporal scales