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Numerous scientific research papers have been published about work done at the preserve. References for many of those papers--as well as MS and PhD theses--are listed below. (Visit the Research section of this Web site for information about current and past research activities at the RTP.)


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  • Afkhami, M .E. and J. A. Rudgers. 2008. Symbiosis lost: imperfect vertical transmission of fungal endophytes in grasses. The American Naturalist 172: 405-416.
  • Andrews, F. M. 1918. Some trees of Indiana. Proceedings of the Indiana Academy of Science 1918 261-263.
  • Andrews, F. M. 1928. Some flowering plants of Monroe County. Proceedings of the Indiana Academy of Science 37: 330-334.
  • Bauer, J. T. and S. L. Flory. 2011. Suppression of the woodland herb Senna hebecarpa by the invasive grass Microstegium vimineum. The American Midland Naturalist 165: 105-115.
  • Beckman, R. 1994. Epigaea repens in Indiana: habitat associations and the effects of controlled burning. Indiana University, MS.
  • Blair, A. P. 1940. Interrelations of toad populations. Indiana University, PhD.
  • Blair, A. P. 1941. Variation, isolating mechanisms and hybridization in certain toads. Genetics 26: 398-417.
  • Blank, J. L., R. K. Olson, and P. M. Vitousek. 1980. Nutrient uptake by a diverse spring ephemeral community. Oecologia. 47: 97-98.
  • Blatchley, W. S. 1887. A preliminary catalogue of the flora of Monroe Co., Indiana. Indiana University Masters Thesis.
  • Carey, M. and V. Nolan Jr. 1975. Polygyny in indigo buntings: a hypothesis tested. Science 190: 1296-1297.
  • Carey, M. and V. Nolan Jr. 1979. Population dynamics of the indigo bunting and the evolution of avian polygyny. Evolution 33: 1180-1192.
  • Caylor, K. K. and D. Dragoni. 2009. Decoupling structural and environmental determinants of sap velocity: Part I. Methodological development. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 149(3-4): 559-569.
  • Civitello, D., S. L. Flory, and K. Clay. 2008. Exotic grass invasion reduces survival of Amblyomma americanum and Dermacentor variabilis ticks. Journal of Medical Entomology 45: 867-872.
  • Clay, K., J. Holah, and J. A. Rudgers. 2005. Herbivores cause a rapid increase in hereditary symbiosis and alter plant community composition. Proceedings of the National Academy of Science USA 102: 12465-12470.
  • Clay, K., J. A. Rudgers, and A. L. Shelton. 2010. Tall Fescue, Endophyte Infection and Vegetation Change: A 10-Year Experiment. Proceedings of the 2010 International Symposium on Fungal Endophytes of Grasses.
  • Clay, K., A. L. Shelton, and C. Winkle. 2009. Effects of oviposition by periodical cicadas on tree growth. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 39: 1688-1697.
  • Clay, K., A. Shelton, and C. Winkle. 2009. Differential susceptibility of tree species to oviposition by periodical cicadas. Ecological Entomology 34: 277-286.
  • Craig, S., S. Kannadan, S. L. Flory, E. K. Seifert, K. D. Whitney, and J. A. Rudgers. 2011. Potential for endophyte symbiosis to increase resistance of the native grass Poa alsodes to invasion by the non-native grass Microstegium vimineum. Symbiosis. DOI 10.1007/s13199-010-0102-2.
  • Crippa P., T. Petäjä, H. Korhonen, G. S. El Afandi, and S. C. Pryor. 2012. Evidence of an elevated source of nucleation based on model simulations and data from the NIFTy experiment. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics 12: 8021-8036.
  • Cristol, D.A., V. Nolan Jr., and E. D. Ketterson. 1990. Effect of prior residence on dominance in dark-eyed Juncos (Junco hyemalis). Animal Behavior, 40: 580-586.
  • Cushing, B. S. and J. Michael Cawthorn. 1996. Species difference in activity patterns during oestrus. Canadian Journal of Zoology 74: 474-479.
  • Delph, L., Y. Lu, and L. Jayne. 1993. Patterns of resource allocation in a dioecious Carex (Cyperaceae). American Journal of Botany 80: 607-615.
  • Dragoni, D., K. K. Caylor, and H. P. Schmid. 2009. Decoupling structural and environmental determinants of sap velocity: Part II. Observational application. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 149(3-4): 570-581.
  • Dragoni, D., H. P. Schmid, C. Wayson, H. Potter, C. S. B. Grimmond, and J. C. Randolph. 2010. Evidence of increased net ecosystem productivity associated with a longer vegetated season in a deciduous forest in south-central Indiana, USA. Global Change Biology 17(2): 886-897
  • Farlow, J. O. 1972. Studies of Eurycea bislineata in south central Indiana. Indiana University, Honors Thesis.
  • Finkes, L. K., J. A. Rudgers, A. B. Cady, K. Clay, and J. C. Mulroy. 2006. A fungal mutualist affects the composition of spiders in an old field. Ecology Letters 9: 347-356.
  • Flory, S. and K. Clay. 2010. Non-native grass invasion suppresses forest succession. Oecologia 164: 1029-1038.
  • Flory, S. and K. Clay. 2010. Non-native grass invasion alters native plant composition in experimental communities. Biological Invasions 12: 1285-1294.
  • Flory, S.L. and K. Clay. 2009. Effects of roads and forest successional age on experimental plant invasions. Biological Conservation. 142:2531-2537.
  • Flory, S. L. and K. Clay. 2009. Invasive plant removal method determines native plant community responses. Journal of Applied Ecology. 4:434-442.
  • Flory, S. L. and K. Clay. 2006. Invasive shrub distribution varies with distance to roads and stand age in eastern deciduous forests in Indiana, USA. Plant Ecology 184:131-141.
  • Flory, S. L., F. Long, and K. Clay. 2011. Invasive Microstegium populations consistently outperform native range populations across diverse environments. Ecology 92: 2248-2257.
  • Flory, S. L. and W. B. Mattingly. 2008. Response of host plants to periodical cicada oviposition damage. Oecologia 156(3): 649-656.
  • Gaines, M. S. 1969. Genetic changes in fluctuating vole populations. Indiana University, PhD thesis.
  • Glen, G. G. and W. Welch. 1931. Ecological relationships of the most common mosses in a certain vicinity near Bloomington, Indiana. Proceedings of the Indiana Academy of Science 40: 87-101.
  • Goerner, A., M. Reichstein, E. Tomelleri, N. Hanan, S. Rambal, D. Papale, D. Dragoni, and C. Schmullius. 2011. Remote sensing of ecosystem light use efficiency with MODIS-based PRI. Biogeosciences 8(1): 189-202.
  • Goldstein, R. E. 2011. Effectiveness of macroinvertebrate-based biotic indexes in assessing stream water quality in Sycamore Creek, IN. BS Environmental Science Senior Thesis (advisor: Jeff White, SPEA).
  • Henterly, A. C., K. E. Mabry, N. G. Solomon, A. S. Chesh, and B. Keane. 2011. Comparison of morphological versus molecular characters for discriminating between sympatric meadow and prairie voles. The American Midland Naturalist 165: 412-420
  • Hollinger, D. Y., S. V. Ollinger, A. D. Richardson, T. P. Meyers, D. B. Dail, M. E. Martin, N. A. Scott, T. J. Arkebauer, D. D. Baldocchi, K. L. Clark, P. S. Curtis, K. J. Davis, A. R. Desai, D. Dragoni, M. L. Goulden, L. Gu, G. G. Katul, S. G. Pallardy, K. T. Paw, H. P. Schmid, P. C. Stoy, A. E. Suyker, and S. B. Verma. 2010. Albedo estimates for land surface models and support for a new paradigm based on foliage nitrogen concentration. Global Change Biology 16: 696-710.
  • Huffman, H. 1996. Griffy Lake Nature Preserve: Vascular plant species list. Indianapolis: Indiana Department of Natural Resources.
  • Huguet, V. and J. A. Rudgers. 2010. Covariation of soil bacterial composition with plant rarity. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 76: 7665-7667.
  • Jack, M. A. 1976. Studies on the ecology of thermophilic fungi in sun-heated soils. Ph.D. Thesis, Department of Plant Sciences, Indiana University, Bloomington.
  • Jawor, J. M. 2007. Testosterone in Northern Cardinals (Cardinalis cardinalis): Possible influence of prolonged territorial behavior. Auk 124:331-338.
  • Jones, J. M. 1972. Effects of thirty years hybridization on the toads Bufo americanus and Bufowoodhousii fowleri. Indiana University, PhD.
  • Jones, J. M. 1973. Effects of thirty years hybridization on the toads Bufo americanus and Bufo woodhousii fowleri at Bloomington, Indiana. Evolution 27: 435-448.
  • Jones, W. W. 1988. Balancing competing uses for water resources - a Griffy Lake example. Lake Reservoir Management 4: 73-80.
  • Kannadan, S. and J. A. Rudgers. 2008. Endophyte symbiosis benefits a rare grass under low water availability. Functional Ecology 22(4): 706-713.
  • Ketterson, E. D. and V. Nolan Jr. 1976. Geographic variation and its climatic correlates in the sex ratio of eastern-wintering Dark-eyed Juncos (Junco hyemalis). Ecology 57:679-693.
  • Ketterson, E. D. 1977. Male prairie warbler dies during courtship. Auk 94: 393.
  • Ketterson, E. D. and V. Nolan Jr. 1978. Overnight weight loss in Dark-eyed Juncos (Junco hyemalis). Auk 95: 755-758.
  • Ketterson, E. D. and V. Nolan Jr. 1979. Seasonal, annual, and geographic variation in sex ratio of wintering populations of Dark-eyed Juncos (Junco hyemalis). Auk 96: 522-536.
  • Ketterson, E. D. and V. Nolan Jr. 1982. The role of migration and winter mortality in the life history of a temperate-zone migrant, the Dark-eyed Junco, as determined from demographic analyses of winter populations. Auk 99: 243-259.
  • Ketterson, E. D. and V. Nolan Jr. 1983. The evolution of differential bird migration, pp. 357-402. In R.F. Johnston (ed.), Current Ornithology, Vol. I, Plenum Press, New York.
  • Ketterson, E. D. and V. Nolan Jr. 1985. Intraspecific variation in avian migration patterns. In Migration: Mechanisms and Adaptive Significance (ed. M.A. Rankin). Univ. Texas Contributions in Marine Science, Supplement 27: 553-579.
  • Ketterson, E. D. and V. Nolan Jr. 1986. Effect of winter laparotomy on long-term survival of Tree Sparrows and Dark-eyed Juncos. Journal of Field Ornithology 57: 239-240.
  • Ketterson, E. D. and V. Nolan Jr. 1987. Suppression of autumnal migration unrest in Dark-eyed Juncos held during summer on, near, or far from their previous wintering sites. Auk 104: 303-310.
  • Koska, J. 1991. Morphometric and historical analyses of reproductive interactions between two species of toad. Indiana University, MS.
  • Koslow, J. M. and K. Clay. 2010. Spatial and temporal dynamics of rust infection on jewelweed (Impatiens capensis). International Journal of Plant Sciences 171: 529-537.
  • Koslow, J. M. and K. Clay. 2007. The mixed mating system of Impatiens capensis and infection by a foliar rust pathogen: Resistance, local adaptation, and fitness consequences. Evolution 61: 2643-2654.
  • Kover, P. X. 1997. The importance of mixed reproductive strategies on plant/pathogen interactions. Indiana University, PhD.
  • Kover, P. X. 2000. Effect of parasitic castration on plant resource allocation. Oecologia 123: 48-56.
  • Krebs, C. J., B. L. Keller, and R. H. Tamarin. 1969. Microtus population biology: Demographic changes in fluctuating populations of M. ochrogaster and M. pennsylvanicus in Southern Indiana. Ecology 50: 587-607.
  • Krebs, C. J. 1970. Microtus population biology: Behavioral changes associated with the population cycle in M. ochrogaster and M. pennsylvanicus. Ecology 51: 34-52.
  • Kvale K. and S. C. Pryor. 2006. Precipitation composition in the Ohio River Valley: Spatial variability and temporal trends. Water, Air and Soil Pollution 170: 143-160.
  • Larimer, A., J. Bever, and K. Clay. 2012. Consequences of simultaneous interactions of fungal endophytes and arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi with a shared host grass. Oikos (in press).
  • Lemons, A., K. Clay, and J. A. Rudgers. 2005. Connecting plant-microbial interactions above- and belowground: a fungal endophyte affects decomposition. Oecologia 145: 595-604.
  • Lindsey, A. A., D. V. Schmelz, and S. A. Nichols. 1969. Lilly-Dickey Woods. pp. 190-192 in Natural Areas in Indiana and Their Preservation. Indiana Natural Areas Survey, Lafayette, Indiana.
  • Linksvayer, T. A. 2007. Queen-worker-brood coadaptation rather than conflict may drive colony resource allocation in the ant Temnothorax curvispinosus. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 62(5): 647-657.
  • Linksvayer, T .A. 2006. Direct, maternal, and sibsocial genetic effects on individual and colony traits in an ant. Evolution 60(12): 2552-2561.
  • Lipar, Joseph L. 2001. Yolk steroids and the development of the hatching muscle in nestling European Starlings. Journal of Avian Biology 32 (3), 231-238.
  • Lively, C., S. Johnson, L. Delph, and K. Clay. 1995. Thinning reduces the effect of rust Infection on jewelweed (Impatiens capensis). Ecology 76:1859-1862.
  • Luyssaert, S., M. Reichstein, E. D. Schulze, I. A. Janssens, B. E. Law, D. Papale, D. Dragoni, M. L. Goulden, A. Granier, W. L. Kutsch, S. Linder, G. Matteucci, E. Moors, J. W. Munger, K. Pilegaard, M. Saunders, and E. M. Falge. 2009. Toward a consistency cross-check of eddy covariance flux-based and biometric estimates of ecosystem carbon balance. Global Biogeochemical Cycles 23: 13.
  • Mabry, K. E., C. A. Streatfeild, B. Keane, and N. G. Solomon. 2011. avpr1a length polymorphism is not associated with either social or genetic monogamy in free-living prairie voles. Animal Behaviour 81: 11-18.
  • Manore, C. G. 1950. The significance of their woodlands to Brown, Monroe and Morgan Counties, Indiana. Indiana University, MS.
  • Martens, L. J. 1939. Some observation on sexual dimorphism in Carex picta. American Journal of Botany 26: 78-88.
  • Mattingly, W. B. and S. L. Flory. 2011. Plant architecture affects periodical cicada oviposition behavior on native and non-native hosts. Oikos 120:1083-1091. doi: 10.1111/j.1600-0706.2010.18994.x.
  • Myers, J. H. and C. J. Krebs. 1971. Genetic, behavioral, and reproductive attributes of dispersing field voles Microtus pennsylvanicus and Microtus ochrogaster. Ecological Monographs 41: 53-78.
  • Nolan, V. Jr., C.F. Thompson, and M. Carey. 1975. Abstract: Fidelity of indigo buntings Passerina cyanea to sites occupied in previous breeding seasons. Emu (Royal Australasian Ornithologists' Union) 74 (Suppl.): 289.
  • Nolan, V. Jr., and C. F. Thompson. 1975. Occurrence and significance of anomalous reproductive activities in two North American nonparasitic cuckoos, Coccyzus spp. Ibis 117: 496-503.
  • Nolan, V. Jr. 1975. External differences in newly hatched yellow-billed and black-billed cuckoos (Coccyzus americanus and C. erythrophthalmus). Condor 77: 341.
  • Nolan, V. Jr. 1978. Ecology and behavior of the prairie warbler Dendroica discolor. American Ornithologists Union. Ornithological Monographs 26: 1-595 .
  • Nolan, Jr. V. and C. F. Thompson. 1978. Egg volume as a predictor of hatchling weight in the brown-headed cowbird (Molothrus ater). Wilson Bulletin 90: 353-358.
  • Nolan, V. Jr. and E. D. Ketterson. 1983. An analysis of body mass, wing length, and visible fat deposits of Dark-eyed Juncos wintering at different latitudes. Wilson Bulletin 95:603.
  • Nolan, V. Jr. and E. D. Ketterson. 1990. Timing of autumn migration in relation to the winter distribution of the sex-age classes in the Dark-eyed Junco (Junco hyemalis). Ecology 71: 1267-1278.
  • Nolan, V. Jr. and E. D. Ketterson. 1991. An experimental study of winter site fidelity in young dark-eyed juncos. Ethology 87: 123-133.
  • Oliphant, A. J., D. Dragoni, B. Deng, C. S. B. Grimmond, H. P. Schmid, and S. L. Scott. 2011. The role of sky conditions of diffuse light and gross primary production in a mixed deciduous forest. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 151(7): 781-791.
  • Orr, S. P., J. A. Rudgers, and K. Clay. 2005. Invasive plants can inhibit native tree seedlings: Testing the novel weapons hypothesis. Plant Ecology 181: 153-165.
  • Packer, A. 2000. Soil borne pathogens and the dynamics of temperate forest communities. Indiana University, PhD.
  • Packer, A. and K. Clay. 2000. Soil pathogens and spatial patterns of seedling mortality in a temperate tree. Nature 404: 278-281.
  • Packer, A. and K. Clay. 2003. Soil pathogens and Prunus serotina seedling and sapling growth near conspecific trees. Ecology 84: 108-119.
  • Padilla, P., W. Mattingly, B., Swedo, K. Clay, and H. L. Reynolds. 2012. Negative plant-soil feedbacks dominate seedling competitive interactions of North American successional grassland species. Journal of Vegetation Science DOI: 10.1111/j.1654-1103.2012.01385.x .
  • Price, J., J. Bever, and K. Clay. 2004. Genotype, environment, and genotype by environment interactions determine quantitative resistance to leaf rust (Coleosporium asterum) in Euthamia graminifolia (Asteraceae). New Phytologist 162: 729-743.
  • Price, G. and W. Welch. 1930. Enumeration of the vascular flora of a limestone area of the Bloomington quadrangle, Monroe Co., Indiana. Proceedings of the Indiana Academy of Science 39:127-131.
  • Pryor S. C. and R. J. Barthelmie. 2005. Liquid and chemical fluxes in precipitation, throughfall and stemflow: Observations from a deciduous forest in the midwestern USA. Water, Air and Soil Pollution 163: 203-227.
  • Pryor S. C., R. J. Barthelmie, Carreiro M., Davis M., Hartley A., Jensen B., Oliphant A., Randolph J., and Schoof J. 2001. Nitrogen deposition to and cycling in a deciduous forest. TheScientificWorld 1(S2): 245-254.
  • Pryor S. C., R. J. Barthelmie, and B. Jensen. 1999. Nitrogen dry deposition at an AmeriFlux site in a hardwood forest in the MidWest. Geophysical Research Letters 26: 691-694.
  • Pryor S. C., R. J. Barthelmie, B. Jensen, N.O. Jensen, and L. L. Sørensen. 2002. HNO3 fluxes to a deciduous forest derived using gradient and REA methods. Atmospheric Environment 36: 5993-5999.
  • Pryor S. C., R. J. Barthelmie, L. Sørensen, and B. Jensen. 2001. Ammonia concentrations and fluxes over a forest in the Midwestern USA. Atmospheric Environment 35: 5645-5656.
  • Pryor S. C., R. J. Barthelmie, L. L. Sørensen, J. G. McGrath, P. Hopke, and T. Petäjä. 2011. Spatial and vertical extent of nucleation events in the Midwestern USA: Insights from the Nucleation In ForesTs (NIFTy) experiment. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics Discussions 10 23287.23344. Final paper published in Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics 11: 1641-1657.
  • Pryor S. C., R. J. Barthelmie, and A. M. Spaulding. 2010. New particle formation in the Midwestern USA: Event characteristics, meteorological context and vertical profiles. Atmospheric Environment 44: 4413-4425.
  • Pryor S. C., R. J. Barthelmie, A. M. Spaulding, S. E. Larsen, and A. Petroff. 2009. Size-resolved fluxes of sub-100 nm particles over forests. Journal of Geophysical Research 114, D18212 doi:10.1029/2009JD012248.
  • Pryor S. C., A. M. Spaulding, and H. M. Rauwolf. 2007. Evolution of the concentration of inorganic ions during the initial stages of precipitation events. Water, Air and Soil Pollution 180: 3-10.
  • Rajaniemi, T. K. and H. L. Reynolds. 2004. Root foraging for patchy resources in eight herbaceous plant species. Oecologia 141: 519-525.
  • Reinhart, K. and K. Clay. 2009. Spatial variation in soil-borne disease dynamics of a temperate tree, Prunus serotina. Ecology 90: 2984-2993.
  • Reinhart, K. O., A. Packer, W. van der Putten, and K. Clay. 2003. Plant-soil biota interactions and spatial distribution of black cherry in its native and invasive ranges. Ecology Letters 6: 1046-1050.
  • Reinhart, K. 0., A. A. Royo, W. H. van der Putten, and K. Clay. 2005. Soil feedback and pathogen activity in Prunus serotina throughout its native range. Journal of Ecology 93: 890-898.
  • Reynolds, H. L. and K. Clay. 2011. Migration as an ecological process. Environmental Law 41: 371-391.
  • Ricciuto, D. M., A. W. King, D. Dragoni, and W. M. Post. 2010. Parameter and prediction uncertainty in an optimized terrestrial carbon cycle model: Effects of constraining variables and data record length. Journal of Geophysical Research - Biogeosciences 116.
  • Richardson, A., R. Anderson, M. A. Arain, A. Barr, G. Bohrer, G. Chen, J. Chen, P. Ciais, K. Davis, A. Desai, M. Dietze, D. Dragoni, et al. Accepted 2011 pending minor revisions. Land surface models need better representation of vegetation phenology: Results from the North American Carbon Program Site Synthesis. Global Change Biology.
  • Richardson, C. R. 1999. Sex ratio evolution in gender-diphasic Arisaema. Indiana University, PhD.
  • Richardson, C.R. and K. Clay. 2001. Sex-ratio variations among Arisaema species with different patterns of gender diphasy. Plant Species Biology 16:139-149.
  • Roman, M. O., C. B. Schaaf, C. E. Woodcock, A. H. Strahler, X. Y. Yang, R. H. Braswell, P. S. Curtis, K. J. Davis, D. Dragoni, M. L. Goulden, L. H. Gu, D. Y. Hollinger, T. E. Kolb, T. P. Meyers, J. W. Munger, J. L. Privette, A. D. Richardson, T. B. Wilson, and S. C. Wofsy. 2009. The MODIS (Collection V005) BRDF/albedo product: Assessment of spatial representativeness over forested landscapes. Remote Sensing of Environment 113(11): 2476-2498.
  • Rudgers, J. A. and K. Clay. 2007. Endophyte symbiosis with tall fescue: how strong are the impacts on communities and ecosystems? Fungal Biology Reviews 21: 107-124.
  • Rudgers, J.A. and K. Clay. 2008. An invasive plant-fungal mutualism reduces arthropod diversity. Ecology Letters 11: 831-840.
  • Rudgers, J. A., S. Fischer, and K. Clay. 2010. Managing plant symbiosis: Fungal endophyte genotype alters plant community composition. Journal of Applied Ecology 47: 468-477.
  • Rudgers, J. A., J. Holah, S. P. Orr, and K. Clay. 2007. Forest succession suppressed by an introduced plant-fungal symbiosis. Ecology 88: 18-25.
  • Rudgers, J. A., J. M. Koslow, and K. Clay. 2004. Endophytic fungi alter relationships between diversity and ecosystem properties. Ecology Letters 7: 42-51.
  • Schmidt, J. M. 1996. Dioecy, demography and disease in the clonal herb Carex picta Stued. Indiana University, PhD.
  • Schwalm, C.R., C.A. Williams, K. Schaefer, R. Anderson, M. Altaf Arain, I. Baker, A. Barr, T.A. Black, G. Chen, J. Ming Chen, P. Ciais, K. J. Davis, A. Desai, M. Dietze, D. Dragoni, M.L. Fischer, L.B. Flanagan, R. Grant, L. Gu, D. Hollinger, R. César Izaurralde, C. Kucharik, P. Lafleur, B.E. Law, L. Li, Z. Li, S. Liu, E. Lokupitiya, Y. Luo, S. Ma, H. Margolis, R. Matamala, H. McCaughey, R. K. Monson, W.C. Oechel, C. Peng, B. Poulter, D.T. Price, D.M. Riciutto, W. Riley, A. Kumar Sahoo, M. Sprintsin, J. Sun, H. Tian, C. Tonitto, H. Verbeeck, and S.B. Verma. 2010. A model-data intercomparison of CO2 exchange across North America: Results from the North American Carbon Program Site Synthesis. Journal of Geophysical Research - Biogeosciences 115.
  • Shannon S., S. L. Flory and H. L. Reynolds. (In review 2011). Competitive context alters plant-soil feedback in an experimental woodland community. Oecologia.
  • Simao, M. C., S. L. Flory, and J. A. Rudgers. 2010. Experimental plant invasion reduces arthropod abundance and richness across multiple trophic levels. Oikos 119(10):1553-1562.
  • Speer, J. H., K. Clay, G. Bishop, and M. Creech. 2010. The effect of periodical cicadas on growth of five tree species in midwestern deciduous forests. American Midland Naturalist 164: 173-186.
  • Stuebe, M. M. and E. D. Ketterson. 1982. A study of fasting endurance in Tree Sparrows and Dark-eyed Juncos: ecological implications. Auk 99: 299-308.
  • Tansey, M. R. and M. A. Jack. 1977. Growth of thermophilic and thermotolerant fungi in soil in situ and in vitro. Mycologia 69: 563-578.
  • Tansey, M. R. and M. A. Jack. 1976. Thermophilic fungi in sun-heated soils. Mycologia 68: 1061-1075.
  • Taylor, H. W. 1955. A geographic study of the water supply of Bloomington Indiana. Indiana University, MS.
  • Tintjer, T., A. Leuchtmann, and K. Clay. 2008. Variation in horizontal and vertical transmission of the endophyte Epichloë elymi infecting the grass Elymus hystrix. New Phytologist 179: 236-246.
  • Van Gorsel, E., N. Delpierre, R. Leuning, A. Black, J. W. Munger, S. Wofsy, M. Aubinet, C. Feigenwinter, J. Beringer, D. Bonal, B. Z. Chen, J. Q. Chen, R. Clement, K. J. Davis, A. R. Desai, D. Dragoni, S. Etzold, T. Grunwald, L. H. Gu, B. Heinesch, L. R. Hutyra, W. W. P. Jans, W. Kutsch, B. E. Law, M. Y. Leclerc, I. Mammarella, L. Montagnani, A. Noormets, C. Rebmann, and S. Wharton. 2009. Estimating nocturnal ecosystem respiration from the vertical turbulent flux and change in storage of CO2. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 149: 1919-1930.
  • Vitousek, P. M. 1983. Nitrogen Turnover in a ragweed-dominated 1st year old field in Southern Indiana. The American Midland Naturalist 110(1): 46-53.
  • Vitousek, P. M. 1984. Anion fluxes in three Indiana forests. Oecologia. 61: 105-108.
  • Vitousek, P. M., J. R. Gosz, C. C. Grier, J. M. Melillo, W. A. Reiners, and R. L. Todd. 1982. A comparative analysis of potential nitrification and nitrate mobility in forest ecosystems. Ecological Monographs. 52(2): 155-177.
  • Vitousek, P. M., J. R. Gosz, C. C. Grier, J. M. Melillo, W. A. Reiners, and R. L. Todd. 1979. Nitrate loses from disturbed ecosystems. Science 204: 469-474.
  • Walters, B. 1972. Studies of interspecific predation within an amphibian community. Indiana University, MS.
  • Wang, L. X., K. K. Caylor, and D. Dragoni. 2009. On the calibration of continuous, high-precision delta O-18 and delta H-2 measurements using an off-axis integrated cavity output spectrometer. Rapid Communications in Mass Spectrometry 23(4): 530-536.
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