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Hot off the press! Summer 2018 NREL/ESS Publications

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The summer publications are rolling in! This summary includes publications first published online and/or in print from May to August 2018. If a publication was missed for this period, please contact Isabella Oleksy at

In print

Covino, T.P.,Bernhardt, E.S. and Heffernan, J.B., 2018. Measuring and interpreting relationships between nutrient supply, demand, and limitation. Freshwater Science37(3), pp.000-000.

Fernandes Cunha, D.G., Finkler, N.R., do Carmo Calijuri, M., Covino, T.P., Tromboni, F. and Dodds, W.K., Nutrient uptake in a simplified stream channel: experimental manipulation of hydraulic residence time and transient storageEcohydrology, 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.

Lynch, L.M., Machmuller, M.B., Cotrufo, M.F., Paul, E.A.and Wallenstein, M.D., 2018.Tracking the fate of fresh carbon in the Arctic tundra: Will shrub expansion alter responses of soil organic matter to warming?Soil Biology and Biochemistry120, pp.134-144.

Morais, D.B., Bunn, D.,Hoogendoorn, G. and KC, B., 2018. The potential role of tourism microentrepreneurship in the prevention of rhino poaching. International Development Planning Review, (0), pp.1-20.

Riveros‐Iregui, D.A., Covino, T.P.and González‐Pinzón, R., The Importance of and Need for Rapid Hydrologic Assessments in Latin AmericaHydrological Processes.

Soong, J.L.,Marañon-Jimenez, S., Cotrufo, M.F., Boeckx, P., Bodé, S., Guenet, B., Peñuelas, J., Richter, A., Stahl, C., Verbruggen, E. and Janssens, I.A., 2018. Soil microbial CNP and respiration responses to organic matter and nutrient additions: Evidence from a tropical soil incubation. Soil Biology and Biochemistry122, pp.141-149.

Webb, R.W., Fassnacht, S.R.,Gooseff, M.N. and Webb, S.W., 2018. The Presence of Hydraulic Barriers in Layered Snowpacks: TOUGH2 Simulations and Estimated Diversion Lengths. Transport in Porous Media123(3), pp.457-476.

Wohl, E., Brierley, G., Cadol, D., Coulthard, T.J., Covino, T.P., Fryirs, K.A., Grant, G., Hilton, R.G., Lane, S.N., Magilligan, F.J. and Meitzen, K.M., 2018. Connectivity as an Emergent Property of Geomorphic Systems. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms.

Yang, Y., Hopping, K.A., Wang, G., Chen, J., Peng, A. and Klein, J.A.,2018. Permafrost and drought regulate vulnerability of Tibetan Plateau grasslands to warming. Ecosphere9(5), p.e02233


Online/Early View

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.

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 landscapes. Environmental 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.

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 establishment. Scientia Horticulturae240, pp.38-48.