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This summary includes publications first published online and/or in print during February 2015. If a publication was missed for this period, please contact Amanda Morrison at

In Print

Birge, H. E., R. T. Conant, R. F. Follett, M. L. Haddix, S. J. Morris, S. S. Snapp, M. D. Wallenstein, and E. A. Paul. 2015. Soil respiration is not limited by reductions in microbial biomass during long-term soil incubations. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 81:304–310.

Ryan, M. G., G. Sapes, A. Sala, and S. M. Hood. 2015. Tree physiology and bark beetles. New Phytologist 205:955–957.

Stabach, J. A., R. B. Boone, J. S. Worden, and G. Florant. 2015. Habitat disturbance effects on the physiological stress response in resident Kenyan white-bearded wildebeest (Connochaetes taurinus). Biological Conservation 182:177–186.

West AM, Kumar S, Wakie T, Brown CS, Stohlgren TJ, et al. (2015) Using High-Resolution Future Climate Scenarios to Forecast Bromus tectorum Invasion in Rocky Mountain National Park. PLoS ONE 10(2): e0117893. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0117893


Jarnevich, C. S., Simpson, A., Graham, J. J., Newman, G. J., & Bargeron, C. T. (2015). Running a network on a shoestring: the Global Invasive Species Information Network.

Soong JL, Parton W, Calderon FJ, Campbell EE, Cotrufo MF (2015) A new conceptual model on the fate and controls of fresh and pyrolized plant litter decomposition. Biogeochemistry, DOI: 10.1007/s10533-015-0079-2