university-wyoming-department-botany

University of Wyoming Department of Botany

United States

http://www.uwyo.edu/botany/

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David M. Bell Author 1 article
  1. Mountain landscapes offer few opportunities for high-elevation tree species migration
Emma Bladyka Author 1 article
  1. Invasive forb benefits from water savings by native plants and carbon fertilization under elevated CO2 and warming
Yolima Carrillo Author 2 articles
  1. C4 grasses prosper as carbon dioxide eliminates desiccation in warmed semi-arid grassland
  2. Contrasting effects of elevated CO2 and warming on nitrogen cycling in a semiarid grassland
Jana Heisler-White Author 1 article
  1. C4 grasses prosper as carbon dioxide eliminates desiccation in warmed semi-arid grassland
Stephen T. Jackson Author 5 articles
  1. Beyond Predictions: Biodiversity Conservation in a Changing Climate
  2. Novel climates, no-analog communities, and ecological surprises
  3. Responses of plant populations and communities to environmental changes of the late Quaternary
  4. Tree-ring based reconstructions of interannual to decadal scale precipitation variability for northeastern Utah since 1226 A.D.
  5. Vegetation and environment in Eastern North America during the Last Glacial Maximum
William K. Lauenroth Author 1 article
  1. Mountain landscapes offer few opportunities for high-elevation tree species migration
Elise Pendall Author 5 articles
  1. C4 grasses prosper as carbon dioxide eliminates desiccation in warmed semi-arid grassland
  2. Cheatgrass is favored by warming but not CO2 enrichment in a semi-arid grassland
  3. Contrasting effects of elevated CO2 and warming on nitrogen cycling in a semiarid grassland
  4. Invasive forb benefits from water savings by native plants and carbon fertilization under elevated CO2 and warming
  5. Management Implications of Global Change for Great Plains Rangelands
David G. Williams Author 3 articles
  1. C4 grasses prosper as carbon dioxide eliminates desiccation in warmed semi-arid grassland
  2. Impacts of warming and elevated CO2 on a semi-arid grassland are non-additive, shift with precipitation, and reverse over time
  3. Invasive forb benefits from water savings by native plants and carbon fertilization under elevated CO2 and warming
David M. Bell Point of Contact 1 article
  1. Mountain landscapes offer few opportunities for high-elevation tree species migration
Stephen T. Jackson Point of Contact 2 articles
  1. Responses of plant populations and communities to environmental changes of the late Quaternary
  2. Vegetation and environment in Eastern North America during the Last Glacial Maximum
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