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KU Ecosystems Research Group: Publications

H.A. York, S. Billings. 2009. Stable isotope analysis of diets of short-tailed fruit bats (Chiroptera: Phyllostormidae: Carollia). Journal of Mammalogy 90:1469-1477.
Pataki, D.E., S. Billings, E. Naumburg, C.M. Goedhart. 2008. Water sources and nitrogen relations of grasses and shrubs in phreatophytic communities of the Great Basin Desert. Journal of Arid Environments 72:1581-1593.
Hurlbert, A.H., F. Ballantyne, S. Powell. 2008. Shaking a leg and hot to trot: The effects of body size and temperature on running speed in ants. Ecological Entomology 33:144-154.
Billings, S., E. Gaydess. 2008. Soil nitrogen and carbon dynamics in a fragmented landscape experiencing forest succession. Landscape Ecology 23:581-592.
Ballantyne, F., D. Menge, A. Ostling, P. Hosseini. 2008. Nutrient recycling affects autotroph and ecosystem stoichiometry. American Naturalist 171(4):511-523.
Billings, S., S.E. Ziegler. 2008. Altered patterns of soil carbon substrate usage and heterotrophic respiration in a pine forest with elevated CO2 and N fertilization. Global Change Biology 14:1025-1036.
Billings, S., E. Gaydess. 2008. Soil nitrogen and carbon dynamics in a fragmented landscape experiencing forest succession. Landscape Ecology 23:581-592.
Tiemann, L., S. Billings. 2008. Carbon controls on nitrous oxide production with changes in substrate availability in a North American grassland. Soil Science 173:332-341.
Haavik, L., F. Stephen, M. Fierke, V. Salisbury, S. Leavitt, S. Billings. 2008. Dendrochronological parameters of northern red oak (Quercus rubra Fagaceae) infested with red oak borer (Enapholodes rufulus) (Haldeman) (Coleoptera: Cerambycidae)). Forest Ecology and Management 255:1501-1509.
Lichter, J., S. Billings, S.E.Ziegler, D. Gaindh, R. Ryals, A.C. Finzi, R.B. Jackson, E.A. Stemmler, W.H. Schlesinger. 2008. Soil carbon sequestration in a pine forest after nine years of atmospheric CO2 enrichment. Global Change Biology 14:2910-2922.

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