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EFETAC researchers and cooperating scientists have authored and co-authored numerous publications describing research that supports natural resource management and decision making. Select a title below to read journal and magazine articles, or search for publications by author, title, or keyword using the search feature on the right side of this page.

2018

Publication A global analysis of elevational distribution of non-native versus native plants
Publication Alterations in leaf nitrogen metabolism indicated the structural changes of subtropical forest by canopy addition of nitrogen
Publication Bulk deposition of base cationic nutrients in China's forests: Annual rates and spatial characteristics
Publication Burned forests impact water supplies
Publication Cold tolerance and invasive potential of the redbay ambrosia beetle (Xyleborus glabratus) in the eastern United States
Publication Leaf nitrogen assimilation and partitioning differ among subtropical forest plants in response to canopy addition of nitrogen treatments
Publication Modeling urban distributions of host trees for invasive forest insects in the eastern and central USA: A three-step approach using field inventory data
Publication Parallelization of a distributed ecohydrological model
Publication Preface for the article collection “Ecohydrological Processes and Ecosystem Services”
Publication Spatial patterns of development drive water use
Publication The reintroduction of Primulina tabacum Hance, a critically endangered endemic plant in southern China
Publication The sensitivity of ecosystem service models to choices of input data and spatial resolution
Publication Using MODIS NDVI phenoclasses and phenoclusters to characterize wildlife habitat: Mexican spotted owl as a case study
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