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Belmont, P., and E. Foufoula-Georgiou. 2017. Solving water quality problems in agricultural landscapes: New approaches for these nonlinear, multiprocess, multiscale systems. Water Resour. Res., 53, doi:10.1002/ 2017WR020839.

Budy, E. Phaedra, Bowerman, Tracy, Al-Chokhachy, Robert, Conner, Mary, Schaller, Howard. 2017. Quantifying long-term population growth rates of threatened bull trout: challenges, lesson learned, and opportunities. NRC Research Press.

Burchfield, K. E., Nelson, S. K. 2017. Effects of the Structure of Water Rights on Agricultural Production During Crought: A Spatiotemporal Analysis of California's Central Valley. Water Resources Research. DOI: 10.1002/2017WR020666.

Call, B. C., P. Belmont, J. C. Schmidt, and P. R. Wilcock. 2017. Changes in floodplain inundation under nonstationary hydrology for an adjustable, alluvial river channel. Water Resour. Res., 53,

Cane, JH, HEM. Dobson and B. Boyer. 2017. Timing and size of the daily pollen meal eaten by adult females of a solitary bee (Nomia melanderi) (Apiformes: Halictidae). Apiodologie. 48(1):17-30. 

Cassidy, KA, LD Mech, DR MacNulty, DR Stahler, DW Smith. 2017. Sexually dimorphic aggression indicates male gray wolves specialize in pack defense from conspecific groups. Behavioral Processes. In press.

Charles, G.K., L.M. Porensky, C. Riginos, K.E. Veblen, and T. P. Young. 2017. Herbivore effects on herbaceous productivity vary by guild: cattle increase mean productivity while wildlife reduce variability. Ecological Applications 27: 143-155.

Chaturvedi, Samridhi, Rego, Alexandre, Lucas, K. Lauren, Gompert, Zachariah. 2017. Sources of Variation in the Gut Microbial Community of Lycaeides melissa Caterpillars. Scientific Reports. DOI:10.1038/s41598-017-11781-1.

Clemensen, K. A., Rottinghaus, E. G., Lee T. S., Provenza, D. F., Villalba, J. J. 2017. How planting configuration influneces plant secondary metabolites and total N in tall fescue, alfalfa, and birdsfoot trefoil: Implications for grazing management. Wiley Grass and Forage Science. DOI:10.1111/gfs.122298.

Clemensen, K. Andrea, Provenza, D. Fredrick, Lee, T. Stephen, Gardner, R. Dale, Rottinghaus, E. George, Villalba, J. Juan. 2017. Plant Secindary Metabolites in Alfalfa, Birdsfoot Trefoil, Reed Canarygrass, and Tall Fescue Unaffected by Two Different Nitrogen Sources. Crop Science. Vol. 57.

Deanna D. Strohm, Phaedra Budy & Todd A. Crowl. 2017. Matching Watershed and Otolith Chemistry to Establish Natal Origin of an Endangered Desert Lake Sucker. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society. 146:4, 732-743.

Dettenmaier, J. Seth, Messmer, A. Terry, Hovick, J. Torre, Dahlgren, K. David. 2017. Effects of livestock grazing on rangeland biodiversity: A meta-analysis of grouse populations. Wiley Ecology and Evolution. DOI: 10.1002/ece3.3287.

Duncan, J., R. Rozum, J. Powell, and K.M. Kettenring. 2017. Multi-scale methods predict invasion speeds in variable landscapes. Case study: Phragmites australis​. Theoretical Ecology, 10: 287-303.

Eller, F., H. Skálová, J.S. Caplan, G.P. Bhattarai, M.K. Burger, J.T. Cronin, W-Y. Guo, X. Guo, E.L.G. Hazelton, K.M. Kettenring, C. Lambertini, M.K. McCormick, L.A. Meyerson, T.J. Mozdzer, P. Pyšek, B.K. Sorrell, D.F. Whigham, H. Brix. 2017. Cosmopolitan species as ecophysiological models for responses to global change: the common reed Phragmites australis. Frontiers in Plant Science, 8: article 1833.

Enjie Li, Shujuan Li & Joanna Endter-Wada. 2017. Water-smart growth planning: linking water and land in the arid urbanizing American West, Journal of Environmental Planning and Management, 60:6, 1056-1072, DOI: 10.1080/09640568.2016.1197106.

Espeland, E., N. Emery, K. Mercer, S. Woolbright, K.M. Kettenring, P. Gepts, J. Etterson. 2017. Evolution of plant materials for restoration: Insights from the applied and basic literature. Journal of Applied Ecology, 54: 102-115.

Fox, W. Charles, Zitomer, Rachel, Deas, B. Joseph, Messina, J. Frank. 2017. Asymmetric evolution of egg laying behavior following reciprocal host shifts by a seed-feeding beetle. Evolutionary Ecology. DOI:10.1007/s10682-017-9910-7.

Furniss, J. Tucker, Larson, J. Andrew, Lutz, A. James. 2017. Reconciling niches and neutrality in a subalpine temperate forest. Ecosphere. DOI:10.1002/ecs2.1847.

Gompert, Zachariah, Messina, J. Frank. 2017. Genomic evidence that resource-based trade-offs limit host-range expansion in a seed beetle. Evolution. DOI:10.1111/Evo.12933.

Hazelton, E.L.G., R. Downard, K.M. Kettenring, M.K. McCormick, and D.F. Whigham. 2017. Spatial and temporal variation in brackish marsh seedbanks: implications for wetland restoration following Phragmites control. Estuaries and Coasts. In Press.

Klobucar, L. Stephen, Rodgers, W. Torrey, Budy, Phaedra. 2017. At the forefront: evidence of the applicability of using enviromental DNA to quantify the abundance of fish populations in natural lentic waters with additional sampling considerations. NRC Research Press.

Lisa K. Winters, Phaedra Budy & Gary P. Thiede (2017) Earning their Stripes: The Potential of Tiger Trout and Other Salmonids as Biological Controls of Forage Fishes in
a Western Reservoir, North American Journal of Fisheries Management, 37:2, 380-394, DOI: 10.1080/02755947.2016.1264509.

Long, A.L., K.M. Kettenring, and C.P. Hawkins, and C.M.U. Neale. 2017. Distribution and drivers of a widespread, invasive wetland grass, Phragmites australis, in wetlands of the Great Salt Lake, Utah, USA. Wetlands, 37: 45-57.​

Long, A.L., K.M. Kettenring, and R. Toth. 2017. Prioritizing management of the invasive grass common reed (Phragmites australis) in Great Salt Lake wetlands. Invasive Plant Science & Management, 10: 155-165.

Marty, J.E., and K.M. Kettenring. 2017. Seed dormancy break and germination of three globally important wetland bulrushes: Guidance for restoration of Bolboschoenus maritimus, Schoenoplectus acutus, and S. americanus. Ecological Restoration, 35: 138-147.

Meiners, M. Joan, Griswold, L. Terry, Harris, J. David, and Ernest, Morgan K. S. 2017. Bees without Flowers: Before Peak Bloom, Diverse Native Bees Find Insect-Produced Honeydew SugarsThe American Naturalist. Volume 190, Number 2. 

Meredith, S. Christy, Budy, Phaedra, Hooten, B. Mevin, Prates, Oliveira Marcos. 2017. Assessing conditions influencing the longitudinal distribution of exotic brown trout in a mountain stream: a spatially-explicit modeling approach. Biological Invasions. DOI:10.1007/s10530-016-1322-z.

Mosyakin, L. Sergei, Schultz, M. Leila, Boiko, V. Ganna. 2017. Nuttall's species of Sphaeromeria transferred to Artemisia: a new combination and comments of typifications. Phytotaxa. DOI: 10.11646.

Mosyakin, L. Sergei, Schultz, M. Leila, Boiko, V. Ganna. 2017.
Null, SE, NR Mouzon, LR Elmore. 2017. Dissolved Oxygen, Stream Temperature, and Fish Habitat Response to Environmental Water Purchases. Journal of Environmental Management 197:559-570. DOI: 10.1016/j.jenvman.2017.04.016.

Olson ER, Crimmins SM, Beyer Jr DE, MacNulty DR, Patterson BR, Rudolph BA, Wydeven AP, Van Deelen TR. 2017. Flawed analysis and unconvincing interpretation: a comment on Chapron and Treves 2016. Proc. R. Soc. B 284: 20170273.

Pearse, D. William, Davis, C. Charles, Inouye, W. David, Primack, B. Richard, Davies, Jonathan T. 2017. A statistical estimator for determining the limits of contemporary and historic phenology. Nature Ecology and Evolution. DOI: 10.1038/s41559-017-0350-0. 

Rogers, P.C. 2017. Guide to Quaking Aspen Ecology and Management. USDI, Bureau of Land Management, Salt Lake City, Utah. BLM-UT-G1017-001-8000. 98 p.

Rogers, PC; Gale, JA. 2017. Restoration of the iconic Pando aspen clone: emerging evidence of recovery. Ecosphere 8(1);e01661. 

Rohal, C.B., K.M. Kettenring, K. Sims, E.L.G. Hazelton, and Z. Ma. 2017. Surveying managers to inform a regionally relevant invasive Phragmites australis research program. Journal of Environmental Management. In Press.

Schupp, W. Eugene, Jordano, Pedro, Gomez, Maria Jose. 2017. A general framework for effectiveness concepts in mutualisms. Ecology Letters. 20: 577-590. DOI: 10.1111/ele. 12764.

Shultz, Leila. 2017. Pocket Guide to Sagebrush. Point Blue Conservation Science. ISBN: 978-0-692-77446-5. In Press.

Smith, R.L.*, K.H. Beard, and D.N. Koons. 2018. Invasive coqui frogs are associated with greater abundances of non-native birds in Hawaii. The Condor: Ornithological Applications. 120(1):16-29. DOI:10.1650/CONDOR-17-109.1

Tallian, A, A Ordiz, MC Metz, C Milleret, C Wikenros, DW Smith, DR Stahler, J Kindberg, DR MacNulty, P Wabakken, JE Swenson, H Sand. 2017. Competition between apex predators? Brown bears decrease wolf kill rate on two continents. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences. In press.

Vaughan, A. A., Belmont, P., Hawkins, C. P., & Wilcock, P. 2017. Near-channel versus watershed controls on sediment rating curves. Journal of Geophysical Research: Earth Surface, 122.

Waring, G. Bonnie, Hawkes, V. Christine, Rocca, D. Jennifer, Kivlin, N. Stephanie. 2017. Historical climate controls soil respiration responses to current soil moisture. PNAS. Vol. 114. No. 24.

Waring, G. Bonnie, Powers, S. Jennifer. 2017. Overlooking what is underground: Root: shoot ratios and coarse root allometric equations for tropical forests. Forest Ecology and Management. Vol. 385. Pg. 10-15.

Waring, G. Bonnie, Averill, Colin. 2017.
Nitrogen limitation of decomposition and decay: how can it occur? Global Change Biology. DOI: 10.1111/gcb.13980.

Welsh, W. Lisa, Endter-Wada, Joanna. 2017. Policy Debates over the Southern Nevada Water Authority Groundwater Development Project: Beneficial Uses of Water in a Desert. Journal of the Southwest. Vol. 59, No. 1-2, pp. 302-337.

Welsh, L.W. and Endter-Wada, J. 2017. Piping water from rural counties to fuel growth in Las Vegas, Nevada: Water transfer risks in the arid USA West. Water Alternatives 10(2): 420-436

Wurtsbaugh, A. Wayne, Miller, Craig, Null, E. Sarah, DeRose, Justin R., Wilcock, Peter, Hahnenberger, Maura, Howe, Frank, Moore, Johnnie. 2017. Decline of the world's saline lakes. Nature Geosience. DOI:10.1038. Nature.

Wurtsbaugh, A. Wayne, Maszczyk, Piotr. 2017. Brine shrimp grazing and fecal production increase sedimentation to the deep brine layer (monimolimnion) of Great Salt Lake, Utah. Hydrobiologia. DOI: 10.1007/s10750-017-3235-y.

Alminagorta, O.; D.E. Rosenburg; K.M. Kettenring. 2016. Systems modeling to improve the hydroecological performance of diked welands. Water Resources Research. 52:7070-7085.

Averill C, Waring BG, and Hawkes CV. 2016. Historical precipitation predictably alters the shape and magnitude of microbial functional response to soil moisture. Global Change Biology. 22:1957-1964.

Baggio, J.A., Calderon-Contreras, R. (2017). Socioecosistemas y Resiliencia. Fundamentos para un Marco Analitico. In Calderon-Contreras, R. (Ed), Los Sistemas Socioecologicos y su Resiliencia: Casos de Estudio (Chapter II), Mexico City, Mexico: UAM Press, in press.

Baggio, J.A.; Barnett A,; Perez-Ibarra I.; Brady U.; Ratajczyk E.; Rollins N.; Rubinos C.; Shin H.C.; Yu D.J.; Aggarwal R.; Anderies J.M.; Janssen M.A.; (2016) Explaining Success and Failure in the Commons: The Configural Nature of Ostrom's Institutional Design Principles. International Journal of the Commons. 10(2),417-439. 

Baggio, J.A., Burnsilver, S., Arenas, A., Magdanz, J., Kofinas, G., DeDomenico, M. (2016). Multiplex social ecological network analysis reveals how social changes affect community robustness more than resource depletion. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 113(48),13708-1371.

Baggio, J.A. and Hillis, V. (2016). Success bias imitation increases the probability of successfully dealing with ecological disturbances. Proceedings of the 2016 Winter Simulation Conference. pp 1702-1712. 

Barnett A., Baggio J.A., Perez-Ibarra I., Brady U., Ratajczyk E., Rollins N.,  Rubiños C., Shin H.C., Yu D.J., Aggarwal R., Anderies J.M., Janssen M.A. (2016). An iterative approach to Large-N case studies: insights from qualitative analysis of quantitative inconsistencies. International Journal of the Commons10(2), 467-494.

Beach, T, Null, SE, CA Gray. 2016. An affordable method of thermal infrared remote sensing of wadeable rivers using a weather balloon. Journal of Undergraduate Research VII: 26-31.

Belmont, P., Stevens, J.R., Czuba, J.A. Kumarasamy, K. and Kelly, S.A. 2016. Comment on "Climate and agricultural land use change impacts on stream flow in the upper midwestern United States," by Satish C. Gupta et al. Water Resources Research, 52(9), pp. 7523-7528.

Bissonette, A. J.. (2016). Avoiding the Scale Sampling Problem: A Consilient Solution. The Journal of Wildlife Management10.1002/jwmg21187. 

Borgo, J. S., and M. R. Conover.  2016.  Influence of shelterbelts on success and density of waterfowl nests within the Prairie Pothole Region of North AmericaWaterbirds 39:74-79.

Borgo, J. S. and M. R. Conover.  2016.  Visual and olfactory concealment of duck nests: influence on nest site selection and success.  Human-Wildlife Interactions 10: 110-121.

Braithwaite, H., T. Bateman, K.E. Veblen, E. Thacker, and J.J. Villalba2016.Identification of diet supplements for management of elk distributions. The Wildlife Society Bulletin

Brough, April M.; Conner, Mary M.; DeRose, R. Justin; Long, James N.: Summer-fall home-range fidelity of female elk in northwestern Colorado: Implications for aspen management. Forest Ecology and Management, Volume 389, 1 April 2017, Pages 220–227.

Cane JH. 2016. Adult pollen diet essential for egg maturation by a solitary Osmia bee. J. Insect Physiol. 95:105-109.

Cane, JH. and B. Love. 2016. Floral guilds of bees at sagebrush steppe wildflowers: evaluating bee community benefits among available species to seed after fire. Natural Areas J.36(4):317-326.

Cane, JH and VJ Tepedino. 2016. Gauging the effect of honey bee pollen collection on native bee communities. Conserv. Letters. First View

Cañedo-Argüelles, M., C.P. Hawkins, B. J. Kefford, J. R. Olson, R. B. Schäfer, B. Dyack, S. Brucet, D. Buchwalter, J. Dunlop, O. Frör, J. Lazorchak, E. Coring, H. R. Fernandez, W. Goodfellow, A. L. González Achem, S. Hatfield-Dodds, B. Karimov, P. Mensah, C. Piscart, N. Prat, S. Ponsá, C-J. Schulz, and A. J. Timpano. 2016. Saving freshwater from salts: Ion-specific standards are needed to protect biodiversity. Science. 351:914-916.

Conover, M. R., and A. J. Roberts. 2017.  Predators, predator control, and sage-grouse: a review.  Journal of Wildlife Management 81:7-15. Invited paper.

Conover, M. R., and A. J. Roberts.  2016.  Declining populations of greater sage-grouse: where and why. Human-Wildlife Interactions 10: 217-229. 

Costello, M.J., K.H. Beard, R.T. Corlett, G. Cumming, R. Loyola, B. Mea, A.J. Miller-Rushing, R. Pakeman, R.B. Primack. 2016. Field work ethics in biological research: Viewpoint of Biological Conservation editorsBiological Conservation. 203:268-271.

Czuba, JA, Foufoula-Georgiou, E., Gran, KB, Belmont, P.and Wilcock, PR. 2016. Modeling bed-material sediment transport on a river network. River Flow. pp.1311-1313. 

Dhungel, S., D. G. Tarboton, J. Jin, and C. P. Hawkins. 2016. Potential effects of climate change on ecologically-relevant aspects of streamflow regimes. River Research and Applications.DOI: 10.1002/rra.3029.

Dinkins, J. B., M. R. Conover, C. P. Kirol. J. L. Beck, and S. N. Frey.  2016.  Effects of common raven and coyote removal and temporal variation in climate on greater sage-grouse nesting success.  Biological Conservation 202:50–58.

Dinkins J.B., K. T. Smith, J. L. Beck, C. P. Kirol, A. C. Pratt, and M. R. Conover. 2016. Microhabitat conditions in Wyoming’s Sage-grouse Core Areas: effects on nest site selection and success. PLoS ONE 11(3): e0150798.

Denlinger DS, Li AY, Durham SL, Lawyer PG, Anderson JL, and Bernhardt SA (2016) Comparison of in vivo and in vitro methods for blood feeding of Phlebotomus papatasi (Diptera: Psychodidae) in the laboratory. Journal of Medical Entomology 53(5): 1112-1116.

Elmore, L, SE Null, N Mouzon. 2016. Effects of environmental water transfers on stream temperatures. River Research and Applications. DOI: 10.1002/rra.2994.

Ferreira, R.B.*, K.H. Beard, and M. Crump. 2016. Breeding guilds determine frog response to edge effects in Brazil’s Atlantic Forest. PLoS ONE. 10(12):e0142893.

Ferreira, R.B.*, R. Lourenço-de-Moraes, R. L. Teixeira, and K.H. Beard. 2016. Frogs associations with bromeliads in an abandoned cacao plantation in northeastern Brazil. Northwestern Journal of Zoology 12(2)e162501.

Follstad Shah, J. J., J. S. Kominoski, M. Ardón, W. K. Dodds, M. O. Gessner, N. A. Griffiths, C.P. Hawkins, S.L. Johnson, A. Lecerf, C. J. LeRoy, D. W. P Manning, A. D. Rosemond, R. L. Sinsabaugh, C. M. Swan, J. R. Webster, L. H. Zeglin. 2016. Global synthesis of the temperature sensitivity of leaf litter breakdown in streams and rivers. Global Change Biology (in press).

Fosu, B., S.-Y. Wang, and J.-H. Yoon. 2016. The 2014/15 snowpack drought in Washington State and its climate forcing. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, S19-S24. 

Foufoula-Georgiou, E., Belmont, P., Wilcock, P., Gran, K., Finlay, J.C., Kumar, P., Czuba, JA, Schwenk, J. and Takbiri, Z. 2016. Comment on "Climate and agricultural land use change impacts on streamflow in the upper midwestern United States," by Satish C. Gupta et al.  Water Resources Research52(9), pp. 7523-7528. 

Freeman, J., Coyle, T., Baggio, J.A. (2016). The Functional Intelligence Proposition. Journal of Personality and Individual Differences 99, 46-55.

Hale, RL, A Armstrong, MA Baker, S Bedingfield, D Betts, C Buahin, M Buchert, T Crowl, RR Dupont, J Ehleringer, J Endter-Wada, C Flint, J Grant, S Hinners, JS Horsburgh, D Jackson-Smith, AS Jones, C Licon, SE Null, A Odame, DE Pataki, D Rosenberg, M Runburg, P Stoker, C Strong. 2015. iSAW: Integrating structure, actors, and water to study socio-hydro-ecological systems. Earth's Future. DOI: 10.1002/2014EF000295.

Hawkins, C. P. and L. L. Yuan. 2016. Multi-taxon distribution models reveal severe alteration in the regional biodiversity of freshwater invertebrates. Freshwater Science. 35:1365-1376.

Holthuijzen, M.F. and K.E. Veblen. 2016. Grazing effects on precipitation-driven associations between sagebrush and perennial grasses. Western North American Naturalist. 76: 313-325

Hunt, L. M., Fenichel, E. P., Fulton, D. C., Mendelsohn, R., Smith, J. W., Tunney, T. D., Lynch, A. J., Paukert, C. P., & Whitney, J. E. (2016). Identifying alternate pathways for climate change to impact inland recreational fishers. Fisheries, 41(7), 362-372.

Janssen, M.A. & Baggio, J.A. Using Agent-Based Models to Compare Behavioral Theories on Experimental Data: Application for Irrigation Games. Journal of Environmental Psychology.

Jones, R., C. P. Hawkins, M. S. Fennessy, and J. J. Vander Laan. 2016. Modeling wetland plant metrics to improve the performance of vegetation-based indices of biological integrity. Ecological Indicators. 71:533-543.

Jones, G. J., Edwards, M. B., Bocarro, J. N., Bunds, K. S., & Smith, J. W. (2016). An integrative review of sport-based youth development literature. Sport in Society, 20(1), 161-179.

Kettenring, K.M. 2016. Viability, dormancy, germination, and intraspecific variation of Bolboschoenus maritimus seedsAquatic Botany. 134:26-30. 

Kettenring, K.M.; K.E. Mock, B. Zaman, and M. McKee. 2016. Life on the edge: Reproductive mode and rate of invasive Phragmites australis patch expansion. Biological Invasions. 18: 2475-2495.

Kulmatiski, A., K.H. Beard, J. GrezerL. Forero, and J. Heavilin. 2016. Using plant-soil feedbacks to predict plant biomass in diverse communitiesGlobal Change Biology. 97(8):2064-2073.10.1890/15-2037.1.

Leung, Y. –F., Smith, J. W., Seekamp, E., Conlon, K., Mayer, J., Guo, T., Walden-Schreiner, C., Adams, B., & Keane, R. (2016). The effects of 2D and 3D imagery and an educational message on perceptions of trail impacts. Natural Areas Journal, 36(1), 88-92.

Lin, Y.-H., L. Hipps, S.-Y. Wang, and J.-H. Yoon. 2016. Empirical and modeling analysis of the circulation influences on California precipitation deficits. Atmospheric Sciences Letters. In Press. 

Livingston G, Waring BG, Pacheco LF, Gilbert L, Buchori D, Jiang Y, Jha S. 2016. Perspectives on the global disparity in ecological scienceBioScience. 66(2):147-155.

Long, A. L., K. M. Kettenring, C. P. Hawkins, C. M. U. Neale. 2016. Distribution and drivers of a widespread, invasive wetland grass, Phragmites australis, in wetlands of the Great Salt Lake, Utah, USA. Wetlands DOI 10.1007/s13157-016-0838-4.

Lopez-Uribe, MM, JH Cane, RL Minckley, and Bryan N Danforth. 2016. Crop domestication facilitated rapid geographic expansion of a specialist pollinator, the squash bee. Proc. Royal Linnean Soc. First View.

Love, B and JH Cane. 2016. Direct effects of wildfire on a bee community: Natural history and fire characteristics deterine persistence. Ecological Entomology. 41(3):317-326. 

Mahoney, Peter J., and Young, Julie K. 2016. Uncovering behavioural states from animal activity and site fidelity patterns. Methods in Ecology and Evolutiondoi:10.1111/2041-210X.12658.

Mageski, M.M., R.B. Ferreira*, K.H. Beard, L.C. Costa, P.R. Jesus, C.C. Medeiros, and P.D. Ferreira. 2016. Bromeliad selection of Phyllodytes luteolus (Anura, Hylidae): the influence of plant structure and water quality factors. Journal of Herpetology. 50(1):108-112. DOI: 10.1670/14-166.

Mazor, R. D., A. C. Rehn, P. R. Ode, M. Engeln, K. C. Schiff, E. D. Stein, D. Gillett, D. Herbst, and C.P. Hawkins. 2016. Bioassessment in complex environments: Designing an index for consistent meaning in different settings. Freshwater Science. 35:249-271.

Nichols, S. J., L. A. Barmuta, B. C. Chessman, P. E. Davies, F. J. Dyer, E. T. Harrison, C. P. Hawkins, I. Jones, B. J. Kefford, S. Linke, R. Marchant, L. Metzeling, K. Moon, R. Ogden, M. Peat, T. B. Reynoldson, R. M. Thompson. 2016. The need for nationally coordinated aquatic bioassessment of rivers and streams. Marine and Freshwater

Null, SE, L Prudencio. 2016. Climate change effects on water allocations with season dependent water rights. Science of the Total Environment. DOI: 10.1016/j.scitotenv.2016.07.081.

Null, SE. 2016.
Water supply reliability tradeoffs between removing reservoir storage and improving water conveyance in California. Journal of American Water Resources Association 52(2): 350-366. DOI: 10.1111/1752-1688.12391.

Ode, P. R., A. C. Rehn, R. D. Mazor, K. C. Schiff, E. D. Stein, J. T. May, L. R. Brown, D. B. Herbst, D. Gillett, K. Lunde, and C. P. Hawkins. 2016. Evaluating the adequacy of a reference site pool for the ecological assessment of streams in environmentally complex regions. Freshwater Science. 35:237-248

Ogata EM, Wurtsbaugh WW, Smith TN, and Durham SL (2016) Bioassay analysis of nutrient and Artemia franciscana effects of trophic interactions in the Great Salt Lake, USA. Hydrobiologia ():1-16.

Olson, J. R., and C. P. Hawkins. 2016. Effects of total dissolved solids on growth and mortality predict distributions of stream macroinvertebrates (accepted). Freshwater Biologydoi:10.1111/fwb.12901.

Ouyang, Y; Norton, JM; Stark, JM; Reeve JR: Habteselassie MY. (2016). Ammonia-oxidizing bacteria are more responsive than archaea to nitrogen source in an agricutural soil. Soil Biol Biochem. 96: 4-15. 

Peebles, L. W., and M. R. Conover.  2016.  Effectiveness of the toxicant DRC-1339 in reducing populations of common ravens in Wyoming.  Wildlife Society Bulletin 40: 281-287.

Poessel, Sharon A, Gese, M. Eric, Young KJ. 2016. Environmental factors influencing the occurrence of coyotes and conflicts in urban areas. Landscape and Urban Planning. 157: 259-269.

Ratajczyk E., Brady U., Baggio J.A., #Barnett A., Perez-Ibarra I., Rollins N., Rubiños C., Shin H.C., Yu D.J., Aggarwal R., Anderies J.M., Janssen M.A. (2016). Challenges and Opportunities in Coding the Commons: Problems, Procedures, and Potential Solutions in Large-N Comparative Case Studies. International Journal of the Commons10(2), 440-466.

Rheinheimer, DE, Null, SE, CA JH Viers. 2016. Climate-adaptive water year typing for instream flow requirements in California's Sierra Nevada. Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management. DOI: 10.1061/(ASCE)WR.1943-5452.0000693.

Roberts, A. J. and M. R. Conover.  2016.  Nutrient recycling in the Great Salt Lake. Western North American Naturalist. 76: 281-286.

Roberts, A. J., M. R. Conover, and J. L. Vest.  2016.  Environmental influences on wintering duck abundance and distribution at Great Salt Lake, Utah.  Western North American Naturalist. 76: 18-26.

Rogers, Paul C.  Saving Pando:  Humans are taking measured steps to rejuvenate an ailing giant.  Natural History.  Volume 124(2):32.

Rogers, P.C.; St Clair, SB. 2016. Quaking aspen in Utah: integrating recent science with management practice. Rangelands. 38(5):266-272.

Ruprecht, JS, KR Hersey, K Hafen, KL Monteith, NJ DeCesare, MJ Kauffman, DR MacNulty. Reproduction in moose at their southern range limit. Journal of Mammalogy doi:10.1093/jmammal/gyw099.

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Budy, Phaedra, Conner, Mary M., Salant, Nira L., Macfarlane, William W.: An occupancy-based quantification of the highly imperiled status of desert fishes of the southwestern United States.Conservation Biology , Volume 29, No. 4, 1142-1142, 2015.

Buechley, Evan, Sekercioglu, Duguma, Gelaye, Ndung'u, James Kuria, Abdu, Bruktawit, Beyene, Tifases: Importance of Ethiopian shade coffee farms for forest bird conservation. Research Gate.

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Burivalova, Zuzana, Lee, Tien Ming, Giam, Xingli, Sekercioglu, Cagan H, Wilcove, David S, Koh, Lian Pin: Avian responses to selective logging shaped by species traits and logging practices. Semanic Scholar.

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Chynoweth, Mark W, Coban, Emrah, Sekercioglu, Cagan H: Conservation of a new breeding population of Caucasian lynx (Lynx lynx dinniki) in eastern Turkey. Research Gate.

Chynoweth, Mark W, Altin, Cagatay, Coban, Emrah, Sekercioglu, Cagan H: Human-wildlife conflict in eastern Turkey: gaining perspective from community survey. Research Gate.

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Hansen, Gretchen J.A., Carpenter, Stephen R., Gaeta, Jereme W., Hennessy, Joseph M., Vander Zanden, Jake: Predicting walleye recruitment as a tool for prioritizing management actions. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences.

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Smith, Kimberly, Strong, Courtenay, Wang, Shih-yu: Connectivity between historical Great Basin precipitation and Pacific Ocean variability: A CMIP5 model evaluation. American Meteorological Society.

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Warren, Clemence P., Kulmatiski, Andrew, Kettenring, Karin: A combined tracer/evapotranspiration model approach estimates plant water uptake in native and non-native shrub-steppe communities. Journal of Arid Environments.

Whelan, Christopher J., Sekercioglu, Cagan H., Wenny, Dan: Why Birds Matter: From Economic Ornithology to Ecosystem Services. Journal of Ornithology

Windmuller-Campione, M.A. and J.N. Long. 2015. If long-term resistance to a spruce beetle epidemic is futile, can silvicultural treatments increase resilience in spruce-fir forests in the Central Rocky Mountains? Forests.

Wurtsbaugh, Wayne, Heredia, Nicholas, Laub, Brian, Meredith, Christy, Mohn, Harrison, Null, Sarah, Pluth, David, Saunders, W. Carl, Stevens, David, Walker, Richard, and Wheeler, Kit: Approaches for studying fish production: Do river and lake researchers have different perspectives? Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences