Santa Margarita Ecological Reserve - Publications

Castro, S. P., Cleland, E. E., Wagner, R., Al Sawad, R., & Lipson, D. A. (2019). Soil microbial responses to drought and exotic plants shift carbon metabolism. The ISME journal, 1.

Fenn ME et al. (2018) On-road emissions of ammonia: An underappreciated source of atmospheric nitrogen deposition Science of the Total Environment 625:909-919

Vierra E, Webb H, Girty G (2018) Unravelling the development of a spheroidally weathered diorite-gabbro, Santa Margarita Ecological Reserve, Peninsular Ranges, southern California, USA Catena 163:297-310

Collignon RM (2017) Semiochemistry of Cerambycid Beetles: Interactions Among Pheromones, Host Plant Volatiles, and Density Dependent Effects. UC Riverside

Vourlitis GL (2017) Chronic N enrichment and drought alter plant cover and community composition in a Mediterranean-type semi-arid shrubland Oecologia 184:267-277

Arp PA (2016) Turnover Times for Wood, Forest Litter, Roots, and Soil Organic Matter. In:  Ecological Forest Management Handbook, vol 445. vol 458. ROUTLEDGE in association with GSE Research, pp 445-458

Cleland EE, Funk J, Allen EB (2016) Coastal sage scrub Ecosystems of California:429-448

Pivovaroff AL, Santiago LS, Vourlitis GL, Grantz DA, Allen MF (2016) Plant hydraulic responses to long-term dry season nitrogen deposition alter drought tolerance in a Mediterranean-type ecosystem Oecologia 181:721-731

Allen MF (2015) How oaks respond to water limitation Gen Tech Rep PSW-GTR-251 Berkeley, CA: US Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Southwest Research Station: 13-22 251:13-22

Goodman DH, Reid SB (2015) Regional Implementation Plan for Measures to Conserve Pacific Lamprey (Entosphenus tridentatus), California-North Coast Regional Management Unit. Arcata Fisheries Technical Report Number TR 2015-21, Arcata, California

Heath A, Replogle C, Girty G (2015) Effects of illuviation on the petrology and chemistry of tonalitic saprock Catena 131:160-172

Koehler B, Tranvik LJ (2015) Reactivity continuum modeling of leaf, root, and wood decomposition across biomes Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences 120:1196-1214

Most M (2015) Landscape factors associated with exotic plant invasion in Western Riverside County, California. California State University, Northridge

Mustard RR (2015) Responses of nitrifying microbes in Southern California native plant communities to additions of nitrogen. MS Thesis, CSU San Marcos 

Pivovaroff AL (2015) Examining California Chaparral and Coastal Sage Scrub Responses to Environmental Change: A Hydraulics Approach. Ph.D. Dissertation, UC Riverside

Vourlitis GL, Fernandez JS (2015) Carbon and nitrogen mineralization of semi-arid shrubland soils exposed to chronic nitrogen inputs and pulses of labile carbon and nitrogen Journal of Arid Environments 122:37-45

Carrasco TL (2014) Identifying A Reference Frame For Calculating Mass Change During Weathering: A Case Study Utilizing The C# Program Assessing Element Immobility. Sciences. Ph.D. Dissertation, SDSU

Kimbrough DL, Grove M, Morton DM (2014) Major and Trace Element Whole Rock Data. Data Depository

Mayfield MM, Dwyer JM, Main A, Levine JM (2014) The germination strategies of widespread annual plants are unrelated to regional climate Global ecology and biogeography 23:1430-1439

Pasquini SC (2014) Vegetation responses to anthropogenic nitrogen deposition and nitrogen fertilization in chaparral and coastal sage scrub of southern California, MS Thesis, CSU San Marcos

Pivovaroff AL, Sack L, Santiago LS (2014) Coordination of stem and leaf hydraulic conductance in southern California shrubs: a test of the hydraulic segmentation hypothesis New Phytologist 203:842-850

Bozzolo FH, Lipson DA (2013) Differential responses of native and exotic coastal sage scrub plant species to N additions and the soil microbial community Plant and Soil 371:37-51

Girty G, Colby T, Rayburn J, Parizek J, Voyles E (2013) Biotite-controlled linear compositional weathering trends in tonalitic to quartz dioritic saprock, Santa Margarita Ecological Reserve, southern California, USA Catena 105:40-51

Guerrero Z (2013) From shrublands to croplands: Effects of land use and land cover change on soil carbon storage and fertility in Southern California

Masiel-Zamora MR (2013) Analysis of Éxva Teméeku, a Luiseño Indian village site named Temeku, located in Temecula, California. MA Thesis, SDSU.

Barbour MA, Clark RW (2012) Diel cycles in chemosensory behaviors of free‐ranging rattlesnakes lying in wait for prey Ethology 118:480-488

Biudes MS, Vourlitis GL (2012) Carbon and nitrogen mineralization of a semiarid shrubland exposed to experimental nitrogen deposition Soil Science Society of America Journal 76:2068-2073

Bruch KM, Braun H-W, Teel S (2012) Live Interactive Virtual Explorations via the High Performance Wireless Research and Education Network. In:  Wireless Technologies: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools and Applications. IGI Global, pp 1339-1360

Clark RW, Tangco S, Barbour MA (2012) Field video recordings reveal factors influencing predatory strike success of free-ranging rattlesnakes (Crotalus spp.) Animal Behaviour 84:183-190

Colby TA (2012) Toward a unified model for the weathering of granitoids: the case for K-feldspar deficient systems. Cordilleran Section – 108th Annual Meeting (March 2012), Paper No. 22-5

Forney DC, Rothman DH (2012) Common structure in the heterogeneity of plant-matter decay Journal of The Royal Society Interface:rsif20120122

Kasten EP, Gage SH, Fox J, Joo W (2012) The remote environmental assessment laboratory’s acoustic library: An archive for studying soundscape ecology Ecological Informatics 12:50-67

Vourlitis GL (2012) Aboveground net primary production response of semi‐arid shrublands to chronic experimental dry‐season N input Ecosphere 3:1-9

Vourlitis G, Fernandez J (2012) Changes in the soil, litter, and vegetation nitrogen and carbon concentrations of semiarid shrublands in response to chronic dry season nitrogen input Journal of Arid Environments 82:115-122

Walker KT (2012) Evaluating the opposing wave interaction hypothesis for the generation of microbaroms in the eastern North Pacific. Journal of Geophysical Research: Oceans 117

Lambrecht SC, Santiago LS, DeVan CM, Cervera JC, Stripe CM, Buckingham LA, Pasquini SC (2011) Plant water status and hydraulic conductance during flowering in the southern California coastal sage shrub Salvia mellifera (Lamiaceae) American Journal of Botany 98:1286-1292

Regini E, Lim D, Rosing TŠ (2011) Resource management in heterogeneous wireless sensor networks Journal of Low Power Electronics 7:123-140

Bruch KM, Braun H-W, Teel S (2010) Live Interactive Virtual Explorations at a Southern California Native American Learning Center: Case Studies and Lessons Learned Journal of Cases on Information Technology (JCIT) 12:62-74

Bytnerowicz, A., D. Cayan, P. Riggan, S. Schilling, P. Dawson, M. Tyree, L. Wolden, R. Tissell, and H. Preisler. 2010. Analysis of the effects of combustion emissions and Santa Ana winds on ambient ozone during the October 2007 southern California wildfires. Atmospheric Environment 44:678-687.

Currie, W. S., M. E. Harmon, I. C. Burke, S. C. Hart, W. J. Parton, and W. Silver. 2010. Cross-biome transplants of plant litter show decomposition models extend to a broader climatic range but lose predictability at the decadal time scale. Global Change Biology 16:1744-1761.

Rivet RY (2010) San Diego High Schools and Colleges Community Asset Inventory

Guilliams, C. M. 2009. Phylogenetic reconstruction, character evolution, and conservation in the genus Calyptridium. San Diego State University, San Diego, CA.

Vourlitis, G. L., S. C. Pasquini, and R. Mustard. 2009. Effects of dry-season N input on the productivity and N storage of mediterranean-type shrublands. Ecosystems 12:473-488.

Vourlitis, G. L., and S. C. Pasquini. 2009. Experimental dry-season N deposition alters species composition in southern Californian mediterranean-type shrublands. Ecology 90:2183-2189.

Rundel, P. W., E. A. Graham, M. F. Allen, J. C. Fisher, and T. C. Harmon. 2009. Environmental sensor networks in ecological research. New Phytologist 182:589-607.

Regini, E., and T. S. Rosing. 2009. An energy efficient wireless communication mechanism for sensor node cluster heads. Pages 403-408 in Intelligent Sensors, Sensor Networks and Information Processing (ISSNIP), 2009 5th International Conference on. IEEE, Intelligent Sensors, Sensor Networks and Information Processing (ISSNIP), 2009 5th International Conference on

Regini, E. 2009. Resource Management in Heterogeneous Wireless Sensor Networks. University of California, San Diego.

Porter, J. H., E. Nagy, T. K. Kratz, P. Hanson, S. L. Collins, and P. Arzberger. 2009. New eyes on the world: advanced sensors for ecology. BioScience 59:385-397.

Morrison, S. A., and W. M. Boyce. 2009. Conserving connectivity: some lessons from mountain lions in southern California. Conservation Biology 23:275-285.

Harmon, M. E., W. L. Silver, B. Fasth, H. Chen, I. C. Burke, W. J. Parton, S. C. Hart, and W. S. Currie. 2009. Long-term patterns of mass loss during the decomposition of leaf and fine root litter: an intersite comparison. Global Change Biology 15:1320-1338.

Gibbons, P. J. 2008. Determining suitable wildlife crossing locations across a southern California interstate San Diego State University, San Diego, CA.

Ramachandran, C., S. Misra, and M. S. Obaidat. 2008. A probabilistic zonal approach for swarm-inspired wildfire detection using sensor networks. International Journal of Communication Systems 21:1047-1073.

Johnson, S. L. 2008. Saprolite-corestone development at santa margarita ecological reserve (smer), peninsular ranges, california: clues to the onset of chemical weathering in a mediterranean climate. Pages 36 in Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs.

Girty, G. H., M. A. Biggs, and R. W. Berry. 2008. An unusual occurrence of probable Pleistocene corestone within a Cretaceous dioritic enclave, Peninsular Ranges, California. CATENA 74:43-57.

Conroy, C. J., and J. L. Neuwald. 2008. Phylogeographic study of the California vole, Microtus californicus. Journal of Mammalogy 89:755-767.

Adair, E. C., W. J. Parton, S. J. Del Grosso, W. L. Silver, M. E. Harmon, S. A. Hall, I. C. Burke, and S. C. Hart. 2008. Simple three-pool model accurately describes patterns of long-term litter decomposition in diverse climates. Global Change Biology 14:2636-2660.

Vourlitis, G. L., G. Zorba, S. C. Pasquini, and R. Mustard. 2007. Chronic nitrogen deposition enhances nitrogen mineralization potential of semiarid shrubland soils. Soil Science Society of America Journal 71:836-842.

Vourlitis, G. L., G. Zorba, S. C. Pasquini, and R. Mustard. 2007. Carbon and nitrogen storage in soil and litter of southern Californian semi-arid shrublands. Journal of Arid Environments 70:164-173.

Vourlitis, G. L., and G. Zorba. 2007. Nitrogen and carbon mineralization of semi-arid shrubland soil exposed to long-term atmospheric nitrogen deposition. Biology and Fertility of Soils 43:611-615.

Vourlitis, G. L., S. Pasquini, and G. Zorba. 2007. Plant and soil N response of southern Californian semi-arid shrublands after 1 year of experimental N deposition. Ecosystems 10:263-279.

Udovic, D. 2007. COS 55-5: The response of an obligate plant-pollinator mutualism to fire: Years 2 and 3.

Samant, S. A., and R. E. Beighley. 2007. Quantifying runoff water quality characteristics from nurseries and avocado groves subjected to altered irrigation and fertilizer regimes. Pages 0648 in AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts.

Lindquist, K. G., F. L. Vernon, D. Harvey, D. Quinlan, J. Orcutt, A. Rajasekar, T. S. Hansen, and S. Foley. 2007. The Data Acquisition Core of the ROADNet Real-Time Monitoring System. Proceedings from Data Sharing and Interoperability on the World-wide Sensor Web (DSI 2007), Cambridge, MA (April 24, 48 pp.).

Lim, D., J. Shim, T. S. Rosing, and T. Javidi. 2007. Scheduling data delivery in heterogeneous wireless sensor networks. Pages 575-583 in Multimedia, 2006. ISM’06. Eighth IEEE International Symposium on.

Lim, D. 2007. Distributed Proxy-Layer Scheduling in Heterogeneous Wireless Sensor Networks. Citeseer.

Johnson, S. L. 2007. Petrological and chemical properties of corestone and saprolite, santa margarita ecological reserve (smer), california: evaluating their origin.

Gomez-Casanovas, N., E. Blanc-Betes, M. A. Gonzalez-Meler, and J. Azcon-Bieto. 2007. Changes in respiratory mitochondrial machinery and cytochrome and alternative pathway activities in response to energy demand underlie the acclimation of respiration to elevated CO2 in the invasive Opuntia ficus-indica. Plant physiology 145:49.

Bozzolo, F. H., D. A. Lipson, and J. Franklin. 2007. PS 41-28: Plasticity in preferential nitrogen uptake by perennial woody shrubs.

Boose, E. R., A. M. Ellison, L. J. Osterweil, L. A. Clarke, R. Podorozhny, J. L. Hadley, A. Wise, and D. R. Foster. 2007. Ensuring reliable datasets for environmental models and forecasts. Ecological Informatics 2:237-247.

Sigüenza, C., D. E. Crowley, and E. B. Allen. 2006. Soil microorganisms of a native shrub and exotic grasses along a nitrogen deposition gradient in southern California. Applied Soil Ecology 32:13-26.

Lu, S., J. B. Kim, P. Bryant, S. Foley, F. Vernon, A. Rajasekar, and S. Meier. 2006. Real-time Data Access to First Responders: A VORB application. Pages 1212 in AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts.

Bak, S., F. H. Fabiola, D. Leu, S. Maghy, S. Frost, T. Aung, M. W. Chou, T. C. Tim, S. Hwang, J. Kwok, and others. 2006. Teams in Engineering Service Lakeside: Environmental Monitoring Winter 2006 Continuation Report Client: Lakeside’s River Park Conservancy.

Dane, L. 2005. Carbon cycling and diversity of cryptobiotic soil crusts: effects of primary producers. Masters of Science Thesis, San Diego State University.

Silverstein, R. P. 2005. Germination of native and exotic plant seeds dispersed by coyotes (Canis latrans) in southern California. The Southwestern Naturalist 50:472-478.

Sanderson, J. 2005. Data Capture and the Management of Data Streaming from a Network of Sensors. ITEE (UQ) 26.

Porter, J., P. Arzberger, H. W. Braun, P. Bryant, S. Gage, T. Hansen, P. Hanson, C. C. Lin, F. P. Lin, T. Kratz, and others. 2005. Wireless sensor networks for ecology. BioScience 55:561-572.

Platnick, N. I., and D. Ubick. 2005. A revision of the North American spider genus Anachemmis Chamberlin (Araneae, Tengellidae). American Museum Novitates:1-20.

Edwards, L. M. 2005. Other Climate Monitoring Station Data. Pages 8 in California Climate Watch.

Diffendorfer, J. E., C. Rochester, R. N. Fisher, and T. K. Brown. 2005. Movement and space use by coastal rosy boas (Lichanura trivirgata roseofusca) in coastal southern California. Journal of Herpetology 39:24-36.

Bornyasz, M. A., R. C. Graham, and M. F. Allen. 2005. Ectomycorrhizae in a soil-weathered granitic bedrock regolith: linking matrix resources to plants. Geoderma 126:141-160.

Allen, M. F., L. Egerton-Warburton, K. K. Treseder, C. Cario, A. Lindahl, J. Lansing, J. I. Querejeta, O. Karen, S. Harney, and T. Zink. 2005. Biodiversity of Mycorrhizal Fungi in Southern California. Planning for Biodiversity: Bringing Research and Management Together:43.

Rajasekar, A., F. Vernon, T. Hansen, K. Linquist, and J. Orcutt. 2004. Virtual object ring buffer: A framework for real-time data grid. in HDPC Conference.

Paine, T. D., A. L. Joyce, J. G. Millar, and L. M. Hanks. 2004. Effect of variation in host size on sex ratio, size, and survival of Syngaster lepidus, a parasitoid of Eucalyptus longhorned beetles (Phoracantha spp.): II. Biological Control 30:374-381.

Lindquist, K. G., T. S. Hansen, R. L. Newman, F. L. Vernon, A. Nayak, S. Foley, T. Fricke, J. Orcutt, and A. Rajasekar. 2004. Digital image support in the ROADNet real-time monitoring platform. Pages 0755 in AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts.

Waldrop, M. M. 2003. Pervasive Computing: An Overview of the Concept and Exploration of the Public Policy Implications. Foresight and Governance Project: Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars.

Millar, J. G., T. D. Paine, A. L. Joyce, and L. M. Hanks. 2003. The effects of Eucalyptus pollen on longevity and fecundity of Eucalyptus longhorned borers (Coleoptera: Cerambycidae). Journal of economic entomology 96:370-376.

Lloret Maya, F. 2003. Gestion del fuego y conservacion en ecosistemas mediterraneos. Ecosistemas 12:1697-2473.

Cayan, D., M. VanScoy, M. Dettinger, and J. Helly. 2003. The wireless watershed at the Santa Margarita Ecological Reserve. Southwest Hydrology 2:18-19.

Bruch, K. M., P. A. Andersen, and B. Spitzberg. 2003. Diffusion in the Borderland: A Study of the Implementation of Broadband Connectivity in an Ecological Reserve. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the International Communication Association, Marriott Hotel, San Diego, CA.

Bruch, K. M. 2003. A Longitudinal Examination of High Performance Wireless Network Usage in an Ecological Reserve.

Braun, H. W., and F. Vernon. 2003. High Performance Wireless Research and Education Network.

Tiffany, M. A., and C. B. Lange. 2002. Diatoms provide attachment sites for other diatoms: a natural history of epiphytism from southern California. Phycologia 41:116-124.

Hansen, T., P. Yalamanchili, and H. W. Braun. 2002. Wireless measurement and analysis on HPWREN. Pages 222-229 in Proceedings of Passive and Active Measurement Workshop, Fort Collins, Co.

Fisher, R. N., A. V. Suarez, and T. J. Case. 2002. Spatial patterns in the abundance of the coastal horned lizard. Conservation Biology 16:205-215.

Crooks, K. R. 2002. Relative sensitivities of mammalian carnivores to habitat fragmentation. Conservation Biology 16:488-502.

Bruch, K. M. 2002. Using a Propositional Diffusion Model to Examine the Impact of Broadband Connectivity Upon Environmental Monitoring. San Diego State University.

Allen, B., R. A. Pursell, and W. R. Buck. 2002. Recent Literature on Bryophytes-105 (3). The Bryologist 105:490-497.

Allen, E. B., J. S. Brown, and M. F. Allen. 2001. Restoration of animal, plant, and microbial diversity. Pages 185-202 in Encyclopedia of Biodiversity.

Gholz, H. L., D. A. Wedin, S. M. Smitherman, M. E. Harmon, and W. J. Parton. 2000. Long-term dynamics of pine and hardwood litter in contrasting environments: toward a global model of decomposition. Global Change Biology 6:751-765.

Egerton-Warburton, L. M., and E. B. Allen. 2000. Shifts in arbuscular mycorrhizal communities along an anthropogenic nitrogen deposition gradient. Ecological Applications 10:484-496.

Chase, M. K., W. B. Kristan Iii, A. J. Lynam, M. V. Price, and J. T. Rotenberry. 2000. Single species as indicators of species richness and composition in California coastal sage scrub birds and small mammals. Conservation Biology 14:474-487.

Allen, M. F., and K. K. Treseder. 2000. Mycological Research News: Black Boxand Missing Links: Fungi in Global Change Research. Mycological Research 104:1281-1284.

Allen, M. F. 2000. Mycorrhizae. Pages 328-336 in Encyclopedia of Microbiology. Academic Press.

Allen, E. B., S. A. Eliason, V. J. Marquez, G. P. Schultz, N. K. Storms, C. D. Stylinski, T. A. Zink, and M. F. Allen. 2000. What are the limits to restoration of coastal sage scrub in southern California. 2nd Interface Between Ecology and Land Development in California, USGS Report 00-62:253-262.

Stephenson, J. R., and G. M. Calcarone. 1999. Southern California Mountains and Foothills Assessment: Habitat and Species Conservation Issues USDA Forest Service General Technical Report PSW-GTR-172.

Simpson, M. G. 1999. Checklist of the Vascular Plants of Santa Margarita Field Station, San Diego State University. San Diego State University Herbarium Press, San Diego, CA.

Padgett, P. E., E. B. Allen, and A. Bytnerowicz. 1999. Changes in soil inorganic nitrogen as related to atmospheric nitrogenous pollutants in southern California. Atmospheric Environment 33:769-781.

Hanks, L. M., T. D. Paine, J. G. Millar, C. D. Campbell, and U. K. Schuch. 1999. Water Relation of Host Trees and Resistance to the Phloem-boring Beetle Phoracantha semipunctata F. (Coleoptera: Cerambycidae). Oecologia 119:400-407.

Allen, M. F., J. M. Trappe, and T. R. Horton. 1999. Nats Truffle and Truffle-like Fungi 8: Rhizopogon Mengei Sp. Nov. (Boletaceae, Basidiomycota). Mycotaxon LXX:149-152.

Allen, M. F., L. M. Egerton-Warburton, E. B. Allen, and O. Karen. 1999. Mycorrhizae in Adenostoma fasciculatum Hook. & Arn.: a combination of unusual ecto- and endo- forms. Mycorrhiza 8:225-228.

Zink, T. A., and M. F. Allen. 1998. The effects of organic amendments on the restoration of a disturbed coastal sage scrub habitat. Restoration ecology 6:52-58.

Millar, J. G., T. D. Paine, C. Campbell, and L. M. Hanks. 1998. Biological Control of Eucalyptus Longhorned Borers, Phoracantha spp. (Coleoptera: Cerambycidae) in California. Pages 211-215 in California Conference on Biological Control, Berkeley, CA.

Hanks, L. M., J. G. Millar, and T. D. Paine. 1998. Dispersal of the Eucalyptus Longhorned Borer ( Coleoptera: Cerambycidae) in Urban Landscapes. Pages 1418-1424 in Entomological Society of America.

Chase, M. K., J. T. Rotenberry, and M. D. Misenhelter. 1998. AN INDICATOR OF BIRD-SPECIES RICHNESS IN COASTAL SAGE SCRUB? Western Birds 29:468-474.

Allen, M. F., E. B. Allen, T. A. Zink, S. Harney, L. C. Yoshida, C. Siguenza, F. Edwards, C. Hinkson, M. Rillig, D. Bainbridge, C. Doljanin, and R. MacAller. 1998. Soil Microorganisms. in L. Walker, editor. Ecosystems of disturbed ground. Elsevier Press, Amsterdam, NY.

Abril, M., and R. Hanano. 1998. Ecophysiological responses of three evergreen woody Mediterranean species to water stress. Acta Oecologica 19:377-387.

Paine, T. D., J. G. Millar, T. S. Bellows, and L. M. Hanks. 1997. Enlisting an Underappreciated Clientele: Public Participation in Distribution and Evaluation of Natural Enemies in Urban Landscapes. American Entomologist 43:163-172.

Morris, S. J., T. Zink, K. Conners, and M. F. Allen. 1997. Comparison between fluorescein diacetate and differential fluorescent staining procedures for determining fungal biomass in soils. Applied Soil Ecology 6:161-167.

Moreno, J. M., and W. C. Oechel, editors. 1997. Global Change in Mediterranean-type Ecosystems. Springer-Verlag, New York, NY.

Harney, S. L., F. Edwards, and M. F. Allen. 1997. Identification of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi from Artemisia californica using the polymerase chain reaction. Mycologia 89:547-550.

Fisher, R. N., and T. J. Case. 1997. A Field Guide to the Reptiles and Amphibians of Coastal Southern California. Lazer Touch, San Mateo, CA.

Eliason, S. A., and E. B. Allen. 1997. Exotic grass competition in suppressing native shrubland re-establishment. Restoration ecology 5:245-255.

Buckner, B. 1997. Associations among isolates of Pisolithus tinctorius, an ectomycorrhizal fungus with native versus exotic hosts plants. San Diego State University, San Diego, CA.

Bell, G. P. 1997. Ecology and management of Arundo donax, and approaches to riparian habitat restoration in southern California. Pages 103-113 in J. H. Brock, M. Wade, P. Pysek, and D. Green, editors. Plant Invasions:Studies From North America and Europe. Backhuys Publishers, Leiden, The Netherlands.

Allen, M. F., J. N. Klironomos, and S. Harney. 1997. The Epidemiology of Mycorrhizal Fungal Infection During Succession. Pages 169-183 in G. C. Carroll and P. Tudzynski, editors. The Mycota V, Part B Plant Relationships. Spring-Verlag, Berlin – Heidelberg.

Hanks, L. M., T. D. Paine, and J. G. Millar. 1996. Tiny Wasp Helps Protect Eucalypts from Eucalyptus Longhorned Borer. California Agriculture 50:14-16.

Else, J. A., and P. Zedler. 1996. “Dynamics of the flood disturbed zone of a riparian system: Vegetative establishment and resprouting of woody native species and the exotic, Arundo donax.” Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America 77:129.

Else, J. A. 1996. Post-flood establishment of native woody species and an exotic, Arundo donax, in a southern California riparian system. San Diego State University, San Diego,CA.

Allen, M. F., C. Figueroa, B. S. Weinbaum, S. B. Barlow, and E. B. Allen. 1996. Differential production of oxalates by mycorrhizal fungi in arid ecosystems. Biology and Fertility of Soils 22:287-292.

Allen, M. F. 1996. The ecology of arbuscular mycorrhizae: A look back into the 20th century and a peek into the 21st. Mycological Research 100:769-783.

Allen, E. B., P. E. Padgett, A. Bytnerowicz, and R. A. Minnich. 1996. Nitrogen deposition effects on coastal sage vegetation of southern California. Ecosystems.

Alexandersson, R., and J. Agren. 1996. Population size, pollinator visitation and fruit production in the deceptive orchid Calypso bulbosa. Oecologia 107:533-540.

Zink, T. A., M. Allen, B. Heindl-Tenhunen, and E. B. Allen. 1995. The Effect of a Disturbance Corridor on an Ecological Reserve. Restoration ecology 3:304-310.

Skillet, L., and M. L. Turner. 1995. Santa Margarita River Watershed: Today’s Management Framework — Participants In Profile. Rivers, Trails and Conservation Assistance Program, National Park Service.

Sherbrooke, W. C. 1995. Collecting and Feeding Harvester Ants (Pogonomyrmex spp.) to Captive Horned Lizards (Phrynosoma spp.). Herpetological Review 26:25-26.

Paine, T. D., J. G. Millar, and L. M. Hanks. 1995. Integrated program protects trees from eucalyptus longhorned borer. California Agriculture 49:34-37.

Hanks, L. M., T. D. Paine, J. G. Millar, and J. L. Hom. 1995. Variation among Eucalyptus Species in Resistance to Eucalyptus Longhorned Borer in Southern California. Entomologia Experimentalis et Apllicata 74:185-194.

Hanks, L. M., J. G. Millar, and T. D. Paine. 1995. Eucalyptus Species in California Ecosystems, Pest or Panacea? in California Forest Pest Council Proceedings of the 44th Annual Meeting.

Hanks, L. M., J. G. Millar, and T. D. Paine. 1995. Biological Constraints on Host-Range Expansion by the Wood-Boring Beetle Phoracantha semipunctata (Coleoptera: Cerambycidae). Entomological Society of America 88:183-188.

Hanks, L. M., J. R. Gould, T. D. Paine, J. G. Millar, and Q. Wang. 1995. Biology and Host Relations of Avetianella longoi (Hymenoptera: Encyrtidae), an Egg Parasitoid of the Eucalyptus Longhorned Borer ( Coleoptera: Cerambycidae). Pages 666-671 in Entomological Society of America.

Eliason, S. 1995. Competition between Artemisia californica and Mediterranean annual grasses. San Diego State University, San Diego, CA.

Edwards, F. 1995. Indicators of ecosystem perturbation: herbaceous plants and arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi. San Diego State University, San Diego, CA.

Anderson, N. M. 1995. Cladistic interference and evolutionary scenarios: Locomotory structure, function, and performance in water studies. Cladistics 11:279-295.

Allen, M. F., S. J. Morris, F. Edwards, and E. B. Allen. 1995. Microbe-plant interactions in Mediterranean- type habitats: shifts in fungal symbiotic and saprophytic functioning in response to global change. Pages 287-305 in J. M. Moreno and W. C. Oechel, editors. Global Change in Mediterranean-type Ecosystems. Springer-Verlag, New York.

Allen, E. B., M. F. Allen, D. J. Helm, J. M. Trappe, R. Molina, and E. Rincon. 1995. Patterns and regulation of arbuscular and ectomycorrhizal plant and fungal diversity. Plant and Soil 170:47-62.

Zink, T. A. 1994. The Effects of Recalcitrant Organic Amendment on Disturbed Coastal Sage and Creosote Habitats of Southern California. San Diego State University, San Diego, CA.

Zink TA, Bainbridge DA (1994) Organic Mulch for plant establishment on arid and semi-arid sites. Prepared for the California Department of Transportation as part of the Desert Plants Project

Tenhunen, J. D., R. Hanano, M. Abril, E. W. Weiler, and W. Hartung. 1994. Above-and below-ground environmental influences on leaf conductance of Ceanothus thyrsiflorus growing in a chaparral environment: drought response and the role of abscisic acid. Oecologia 99:306-314.

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