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Reed SC, Coe KK, Sparks JP, et al. Changes to Dryland Rainfall Result in Rapid Moss Mortality and Altered Soil Fertility. Nature Climate Change. 2012;2(10):4.
Wells G. Cheating Cheatgrass: New research to combat a wily invasive weed.; 2012. Available at:
Finch DM. Climate Change in Grasslands, Shrublands, and Deserts of the Interior American West: A Review and Needs Assessment. Fort Collins, CO: US Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station; 2012:139. Available at:
Mangold J. Ecological restoration using EBIPM. Rangelands. 2012;34(6):5.
Polley HW, Jin VL, Fay PA. Feedback from Plant Species Change Amplifies CO 2 Enhancement of Grassland Productivity. Global Climate Biology. 2012;18:11. Available at:
Endress BA, Parks CG, Naylor BJ, Radosevich SR, Porter M. Grassland Response to Herbicides and Seeding of Native Grasses 6 Years Posttreatment. Invasive Plant Science and Management. 2012;5:6. Available at:
Lovtang SCP, Riegel GM. Predicting the Occurrence of Downy Brome (Bromus tectorum) in Central Oregon. Invasive Plant Science and Management. 2012;5(1). Available at:
Fay PA, Jin VL, Way DA, et al. Soil-mediated effects of subambient to increased carbon dioxide on grassland productivity. Nature Climate Change. 2012;2(10):5. Available at:
Fernandez-Going BM, Anacker BL, Harrison SP. Temporal variability in California grasslands: Soil type and species functional traits mediate response to precipitation. Ecology. 2012;93:11. Available at:
Davies GM, Bakker JD, Dettweiler-Robinson E, et al. Trajectories of change in sagebrush steppe vegetation communities in relation to multiple wildfires. Ecological Applications. 2012;22(1562).
Reisner MD, Grace JB, Pyke DA, Doescher PS. Conditions favouring Bromus tectorum dominance of endangered sagebrush steppe ecosystems. Journal of Applied Ecology. 2013;On-line early.
Pyke DA, Wirth TA, Beyers JL. Does seeding after wildfires in rangelands reduce erosion or invasive species?. Restoration Ecology. 2013;21(4):6.PDF icon rec12021.pdf (497.88 KB)
Nelson ZJ, Weisberg PJ, Kitchen SG. Influence of climate and environment on post-fire recovery of mountain sagbrush. International Journal of Wildland Fire. 2013;On-line early.
Bates JD, Sharp RN, Davies KW. Sagebrush steppe recovery after fire varies by development phase of Juniperus occidentalis woodland. International Journal of Wildland Fire. 2013;On-line early.
Herron CM, Jonas JL, Meiman PJ, Paschke MW. Using native annual plants to restore post-fire habitats in western North America. International Journal of Wildland Fire. 2013;On-line early.
Davies KW, Bates JD, Boyd CS, Nafus AM. Is fire exclusion in mountain big sagebrush communities prudent? Soil nutrient, plant diversity and arthropod response to burning. International Journal of Wildland Fire. 2014;23(3).
Smith AM. The ability of winter grazing to reduce wildfire size and fire-induced plant mortality was not demonstrated: a comment on Davies et al. (2015) Talhelm AF, ed. International Journal of Wildland Fire. 2016;25.
Pierson FB. Ecohydrologic impacts of rangeland fire on runoff and erosion: A literature synthesis. (Williams JC, ed.). Fort Collins: US Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station; 2016:110 p. Available at:
Ellsworth LM. Ecosystem resilience is evident 17 years after fire in Wyoming big sagebrush ecosystems Wrobleski DW, ed. Ecosphere. 2016;7(12).
Davies KW. Winter grazing decreases the probability of fire-induced mortality of bunchgrasses and may reduce wildfire size: a response to Smith et al. Boyd CS, ed. International Journal of Wildland Fire. 2016;25.
Ellsworth LM, J. Kauffman B, Reis SA, Sapsis D, Moseley K. Repeated fire altered succession and increased fire behavior in basin big sagebrush–native perennial grasslands. Ecosphere. 2020;11(5). Available at: