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This summary includes publications first published online and/or in print from August 2018 through October 2018. If a publication was missed for this period, please contact Isabella Oleksy at

In print

Photodegradation accelerates ecosystem N cycling in a simulated California grasslandEcosphere9(8), p.e02370.

Beck, W.S. and Hall, E.K.,2018. Confounding factors in algal phosphorus limitation experimentsPloS one13(10), p.e0205684.

Covino, T., Golden, H.E., Li, H.Y. and Tang, J., 2018. Aquatic carbon‐nutrient dynamics as emergent properties of hydrological, biogeochemical and ecological interactions: scientific advancesWater Resources Research.

Cunha, D.G.F., Finkler, N.R., Calijuri, M.D.C., Covino, T.P., Tromboni, F. and Dodds, W.K., 2018. Nutrient uptake in a simplified stream channel: Experimental manipulation of hydraulic residence time and transient storageEcohydrology11(7), p.e2012.

Fernández-Giménez, M.E., Allington, G.R., Angerer, J., Reid, R.S.,Jamsranjav, C., Ulambayar, T., Hondula, K., Baival, B., Batjav, B., Altanzul, T. and Baasandorj, Y., 2018. Using an integrated social-ecological analysis to detect effects of household herding practices on indicators of rangeland resilience in MongoliaEnvironmental Research Letters13(7), p.075010.

Galvin, K., Beeton, T.and Luizza, M., 2018.African community-based conservation: a systematic review of social and ecological outcomesEcology and Society23(3).

Hopping, K.A.,Knapp, A.K., Dorji, T. and Klein, J.A.,2018. Warming and land use change concurrently erode ecosystem services in TibetGlobal change biology.

Koltz, A.M., Asmus, A., Gough, L., Pressler, Y.and Moore, J.C.,2018. The detritus-based microbial-invertebrate food web contributes disproportionately to carbon and nitrogen cycling in the ArcticPolar Biology41(8), pp.1531-1545.

Li, S., Dong, S., Zhang, X., Liu, S., Shi, J., Gao, X., Swift, D.,Xu, Y., Shen, H., Yang, M. and Margarida, C.C.A., 2018. Evolutionary history and functional traits determine the spatial pattern of multifaceted plant diversity in a typical temperate desert disturbed by an expresswayScience of The Total Environment635, pp.972-983.

McCain, C.M., King, S.R., Szewczyk, T. and Beck, J., 2018. Small mammal species richness is directly linked to regional productivity, but decoupled from food resources, abundance, or habitat complexity. Journal of Biogeography.McPartland, M.Y., Kane, E.S.,Falkowski, M.J.,Kolka, R., Turetsky, M.R., Palik, B. and Montgomery, R.A., 2018. The response of boreal peatland community composition and NDVI to hydrologic change, warming and elevated carbon dioxideGlobal change biology.

Nguyen, T.H.,Cook, M.,Field, J.L., Khuc, Q.V. and Paustian, K.,2018. High-resolution trade-off analysis and optimization of ecosystem services and disservices in agricultural landscapesEnvironmental Modelling & Software107, pp.105-118.

Ogle, S.M.,Domke, G., Kurz, W.A., Rocha, M.T., Huffman, T., Swan, A., Smith, J.E., Woodall, C. and Krug, T., 2018. Delineating managed land for reporting national greenhouse gas emissions and removals to the United Nations framework convention on climate changeCarbon balance and management13(1), p.9.

Rhoades, C.C., Chow, A.T., Covino, T.P.,Fegel, T.S., Pierson, D.N. and Rhea, A.E.,2018. The Legacy of a Severe Wildfire on Stream Nitrogen and Carbon in Headwater CatchmentsEcosystems, pp.1-15.

Schoenecker, K.A.,Doherty, P.F., Hourt, J.S. and Romero, J.P., 2018. Testing infrared camera surveys and distance analyses to estimate feral horse abundance in a known population. Wildlife Society Bulletin, 42(3), pp.452-459.

Shaw, E.A., Adams, B.J., Barrett, J.E., Lyons, W.B., Virginia, R.A. and Wall, D.H.,2018.Stable C and N isotope ratios reveal soil food web structure and identify the nematode Eudorylaimus antarcticus as an omnivore–predator in Taylor valley, AntarcticaPolar Biology, pp.1-6.

Wijewardana, C., Reddy, K.R., Shankle, M.W., Meyers, S. and Gao, W.,2018. Low and high-temperature effects on sweetpotato storage root initiation and early transplant establishmentScientia Horticulturae240, pp.38-48.

Zhang, D., Zhou, Y., Zheng, L., Shi, R. and Chen, M.,2018. The spatial distribution characteristics and ground-level estimation of NO2 and SO2 over Huaihe River Basin and Shanghai based on satellite observations. In Remote Sensing and Modeling of Ecosystems for Sustainability XV (Vol. 10767, p. 107670L). International Society for Optics and Photonics.

Zhang, X., Shi, R. and Chen, M.,2018, September. Comparative study of the spatial interpolation methods for the Shanghai regional air quality evaluation. In Remote Sensing and Modeling of Ecosystems for Sustainability XV (Vol. 10767, p. 107670Q). International Society for Optics and Photonics.

Zheng, L., Zhang, D., Zhou, Y., Zhang, X., Shi, R. and Chen, M.,2018. Simulation of land use/cover change in Shanghai based on SLEUTH model. In Remote Sensing and Modeling of Ecosystems for Sustainability XV (Vol. 10767, p. 107670S). International Society for Optics and Photonics.

Zhou, Y., Zhang, D., Zheng, L., Shi, R. and Chen, M., 2018. The variation characteristics of PM2. 5 in Shanghai and its correlation with meteorological factors. In Remote Sensing and Modeling of Ecosystems for Sustainability XV (Vol. 10767, p. 107670P). International Society for Optics and Photonics.

Early View/Pre-Print

Muscarella, M.E., Boot, C.M.,Broeckling, C.D. and Lennon, J.T., 2018. Resource diversity structures aquatic bacterial communities. bioRxiv, p.387803.