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    1. Despain, DG; Weaver, T; Aspinall, RJ
      A rule-based model for mapping potential exotic plant distribution

      WESTERN NORTH AMERICAN NATURALIST
    2. Schullery, P; Whittlesey, L
      Mountain goats in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem: A prehistoric and historical context

      WESTERN NORTH AMERICAN NATURALIST
    3. Whipple, JJ
      Annotated checklist of exotic vascular plants in Yellowstone National Park

      WESTERN NORTH AMERICAN NATURALIST
    4. Olliff, T; Renkin, R; McClure, C; Miller, P; Price, D; Reinhart, D; Whipple, J
      Managing a complex exotic vegetation program in Yellowstone National Park

      WESTERN NORTH AMERICAN NATURALIST
    5. Stohr, R; Waberski, A; Volker, H; Tindall, BJ; Thomm, M
      Hydrogenothermus marinus gen. nov., sp nov., a novel thermophilic hydrogen-oxidizing bacterium, recognition of Calderobacterium hydrogenophilum as a member of the genus Hydrogenobacter and proposal of the reclassification ofHydrogenobacter acidophilus as Hydrogenobaculum acidophilum gen. nov., comb. nov., in the phylum 'Hydrogenobacter/Aquifex'

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SYSTEMATIC AND EVOLUTIONARY MICROBIOLOGY
    6. Jackson, CR; Langner, HW; Donahoe-Christiansen, J; Inskeep, WP; McDermott, TR
      Molecular analysis of microbial community structure in an arsenite-oxidizing acidic thermal spring

      ENVIRONMENTAL MICROBIOLOGY
    7. Howe, HF; Brown, JS
      The ghost of granivory past

      ECOLOGY LETTERS
    8. Harris, JK; Haas, ES; Williams, D; Frank, DN; Brown, JW
      New insight into RNase P RNA structure from comparative analysis of the archaeal RNA

      RNA-A PUBLICATION OF THE RNA SOCIETY
    9. Wilsey, BJ
      Effects of elevated CO2 on the response of Phleum pratense and Poa pratensis to aboveground defoliation and root-feeding nematodes

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PLANT SCIENCES
    10. Keane, RE; Burgan, R; van Wagtendonk, J
      Mapping wildland fuels for fire management across multiple scales: Integrating remote sensing, GIS, and biophysical modeling

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF WILDLAND FIRE
    11. Morgan, P; Hardy, CC; Swetnam, TW; Rollins, MG; Long, DG
      Mapping fire regimes across time and space: Understanding coarse and fine-scale fire patterns

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF WILDLAND FIRE
    12. Kafka, V; Gauthier, S; Bergeron, Y
      Fire impacts and crowning in the boreal forest: study of a large wildfire in western Quebec

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF WILDLAND FIRE
    13. Minshall, GW; Robinson, CT; Lawrence, DE; Andrews, DA; Brock, JT
      Benthic macroinvertebrate assemblages in five central Idaho (USA) streams over a 10-year period following disturbance by wildfire

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF WILDLAND FIRE
    14. Yochim, MJ
      Aboriginal overkill overstated - Errors in Charles Kay's hypothesis

      HUMAN NATURE-AN INTERDISCIPLINARY BIOSOCIAL PERSPECTIVE
    15. Sterner, R; Liebl, W
      Thermophilic adaptation of proteins

      CRITICAL REVIEWS IN BIOCHEMISTRY AND MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    16. Hettinger, N
      Exotic species, naturalisation, and biological nativism

      ENVIRONMENTAL VALUES
    17. Horton, TR; Bruns, TD
      The molecular revolution in ectomycorrhizal ecology: peeking into the black-box

      MOLECULAR ECOLOGY
    18. Gardner, JJ; Whitlock, C
      Charcoal accumulation following a recent fire in the Cascade Range., northwestern USA., and its relevance for fire-history studies

      HOLOCENE
    19. Carcaillet, C; Bouvier, M; Frechette, B; Larouche, AC; Richard, PJH
      Comparison of pollen-slide and sieving methods in lacustrine charcoal analyses for local and regional fire history

      HOLOCENE
    20. Skirnisdottir, S; Hreggvidsson, GO; Holst, O; Kristjansson, JK
      A new ecological adaptation to high sulfide by a Hydrogenobacter sp growing on sulfur compounds but not on hydrogen

      MICROBIOLOGICAL RESEARCH
    21. Lindemann, JD; Baker, WL
      Attributes of blowdown patches from a severe wind event in the Southern Rocky Mountains, USA

      LANDSCAPE ECOLOGY
    22. Olofsson, J; Kitti, H; Rautiainen, P; Stark, S; Oksanen, L
      Effects of summer grazing by reindeer on composition of vegetation, productivity and nitrogen cycling

      ECOGRAPHY
    23. Meyer, GA; Pierce, JL; Wood, SH; Jull, AJT
      Fire, storms, and erosional events in the Idaho batholith

      HYDROLOGICAL PROCESSES
    24. Elliott, JG; Parker, RS
      Developing a post-fire flood chronology and recurrence probability from alluvial stratigraphy in the Buffalo Creek watershed, Colorado, USA

      HYDROLOGICAL PROCESSES
    25. Tinker, DB; Knight, DH
      Temporal and spatial dynamics of coarse woody debris in harvested and unharvested lodgepole pine forests

      ECOLOGICAL MODELLING
    26. Ricotta, C; Arianoutsou, M; Diaz-Delgado, R; Duguy, B; Lloret, F; Maroudi, E; Mazzoleni, S; Moreno, JM; Rambal, S; Vallejo, R; Vazquez, A
      Self-organized criticality of wildfires ecologically revisited

      ECOLOGICAL MODELLING
    27. Cantrell, RS; Cosner, C; Fagan, WF
      Brucellosis, botflies, and brainworms: the impact of edge habitats on pathogen transmission and species extinction

      JOURNAL OF MATHEMATICAL BIOLOGY
    28. Moody, JA; Martin, DA
      Initial hydrologic and geomorphic response following a wildfire in the Colorado Front Range

      EARTH SURFACE PROCESSES AND LANDFORMS
    29. Meyer, GA
      Recent large-magnitude floods and their impact on valley-floor environments of northeastern Yellowstone

      GEOMORPHOLOGY
    30. Cannon, SH; Kirkham, RM; Parise, M
      Wildfire-related debris-flow initiation processes, Storm King Mountain, Colorado

      GEOMORPHOLOGY
    31. Takacs, CD; Ehringer, M; Favre, R; Cermola, M; Eggertsson, G; Palsdottir, A; Reysenbach, AL
      Phylogenetic characterization of the blue filamentous bacterial community from an Icelandic geothermal spring

      FEMS MICROBIOLOGY ECOLOGY
    32. Rudolph, C; Wanner, G; Huber, R
      Natural communities of novel archaea and bacteria growing in cold sulfurous springs with a string-of-pearls-like morphology

      APPLIED AND ENVIRONMENTAL MICROBIOLOGY
    33. Jahnke, LL; Eder, W; Huber, R; Hope, JM; Hinrichs, KU; Hayes, JM; Des Marais, DJ; Cady, SL; Summons, RE
      Signature lipids and stable carbon isotope analyses of octopus spring hyperthermophilic communities compared with those of Aquificales representatives

      APPLIED AND ENVIRONMENTAL MICROBIOLOGY
    34. Hjorleifsdottir, S; Skirnisdottir, S; Hreggvidsson, GO; Holst, O; Kristjansson, JK
      Species composition of cultivated and noncultivated bacteria from short filaments in an Icelandic hot spring at 88 degrees C

      MICROBIAL ECOLOGY
    35. Boyd, DK; Forbes, SH; Pletscher, DH; Allendorf, FW
      Identification of Rocky Mountain gray wolves

      WILDLIFE SOCIETY BULLETIN
    36. Delgiudice, GD; Moen, RA; Singer, FJ; Riggs, MR
      Winter nutritional restriction and simulated body condition of yellowstoneelk and bison before and after the fires of 1988

      WILDLIFE MONOGRAPHS
    37. Gavin, DG
      Estimation of inbuilt age in radiocarbon ages of soil charcoal for fire history studies

      RADIOCARBON
    38. Hallett, DJ; Mathewes, RW; Foit, FF
      Mid-Holocene Glacier Peak and Mount St. Helens we tephra layers detected in lake sediments from southern British Columbia using high-resolution techniques

      QUATERNARY RESEARCH
    39. Baker, WL; Kipfmueller, KF
      Spatial ecology of pre-Euro-American fires in a southern rocky mountain subalpine forest landscape

      PROFESSIONAL GEOGRAPHER
    40. Leriche, H; LeRoux, X; Gignoux, J; Tuzet, A; Fritz, H; Abbadie, L; Loreau, M
      Which functional processes control the short-term effect of grazing on netprimary production in grasslands?

      OECOLOGIA
    41. Peinetti, HR; Menezes, RSC; Coughenour, MB
      Changes induced by elk browsing in the aboveground biomass production and distribution of willow (Salix monticola Bebb): their relationships with plant water, carbon, and nitrogen dynamics

      OECOLOGIA
    42. Mech, LD; Smith, DW; Murphy, KM; MacNulty, DR
      Winter severity and wolf predation on a formerly wolf-free elk herd

      JOURNAL OF WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT
    43. Boyce, MS; MacKenzie, DI; Manly, BFJ; Haroldson, MA; Moody, D
      Negative binomial models for abundance estimation of multiple closed populations

      JOURNAL OF WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT
    44. Bjornlie, DD; Garrott, RA
      Effects of winter road grooming on bison in Yellowstone National Park

      JOURNAL OF WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT
    45. Smith, BL
      Winter feeding of elk in western North America

      JOURNAL OF WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT
    46. Menezes, RSC; Elliott, ET; Valentine, DW; Williams, SA
      Carbon and nitrogen dynamics in elk winter ranges

      JOURNAL OF RANGE MANAGEMENT
    47. Whitlock, C
      Doing fieldwork in the mud

      GEOGRAPHICAL REVIEW
    48. Fridriksson, T; Neuhoff, PS; Arnorsson, S; Bird, DK
      Geological constraints on the thermodynamic properties of the stilbite-stellerite solid solution in low-grade metabasalts

      GEOCHIMICA ET COSMOCHIMICA ACTA
    49. Hamilton, EW; Frank, DA
      Can plants stimulate soil microbes and their own nutrient supply? Evidencefrom a grazing tolerant grass

      ECOLOGY
    50. Tomback, DF; Anderies, AJ; Carsey, KS; Powell, ML; Mellmann-Brown, S
      Delayed seed germination in whitebark pine and regeneration patterns following the yellowstone fires

      ECOLOGY
    51. Augustine, DJ; Frank, DA
      Effects of migratory grazers on spatial heterogeneity of soil nitrogen properties in a grassland ecosystem

      ECOLOGY
    52. Wardle, DA; Barker, GM; Yeates, GW; Bonner, KI; Ghani, A
      Introduced browsing mammals in New Zealand natural forests: Aboveground and belowground consequences

      ECOLOGICAL MONOGRAPHS
    53. Ripple, WJ; Larsen, EJ; Renkin, RA; Smith, DW
      Trophic cascades among wolves, elk and aspen on Yellowstone National Park's northern range

      BIOLOGICAL CONSERVATION
    54. Leimgruber, P; McShea, WJ; Brookes, CJ; Bolor-Erdene, L; Wemmer, C; Larson, C
      Spatial patterns in relative primary productivity and gazelle migration inthe Eastern Steppes of Mongolia

      BIOLOGICAL CONSERVATION
    55. Parker, AJ; Parker, KC; McCay, DH
      Disturbance-mediated variation in stand structure between varieties of Pinus clausa (sand pine)

      ANNALS OF THE ASSOCIATION OF AMERICAN GEOGRAPHERS
    56. Romme, WH; Floyd-Hanna, L; Hanna, DD; Bartlett, E
      Aspen's ecological role in the West

      SUSTAINING ASPEN IN WESTERN LANDSCAPES: SYMPOSIUM PROCEEDINGS
    57. Tinker, DB; Knight, DH
      Coarse woody debris following fire and logging in Wyoming lodgepole pine forests

      ECOSYSTEMS
    58. Atkinson, T; Gairns, S; Cowan, DA; Danson, MJ; Hough, DW; Johnson, DB; Norris, PR; Raven, N; Robinson, C; Robson, R; Sharp, RJ
      A microbiological survey of Montserrat Island hydrothermal biotopes

      EXTREMOPHILES
    59. Rupp, TS; Chapin, FS; Starfield, AM
      Response of subarctic vegetation to transient climatic change on the Seward Peninsula in north-west Alaska

      GLOBAL CHANGE BIOLOGY
    60. Sievert, SM; Ziebis, W; Kuever, J; Sahm, K
      Relative abundance of Archaea and Bacteria along a thermal gradient of a shallow-water hydrothermal vent quantified by rRNA slot-blot hybridization

      MICROBIOLOGY-UK
    61. Radeloff, VC; Mladenoff, DJ; Boyce, MS
      A historical perspective and future outlook on landscape scale restorationin the northwest Wisconsin pine barrens

      RESTORATION ECOLOGY
    62. Metzger, JP
      Tree functional group richness and landscape structure in a Brazilian tropical fragmented landscape

      ECOLOGICAL APPLICATIONS
    63. Dale, VH; Brown, S; Haeuber, RA; Hobbs, NT; Huntly, N; Naiman, RJ; Riebsame, WE; Turner, MG; Valone, TJ
      Ecological principles and guidelines for managing the use of land

      ECOLOGICAL APPLICATIONS
    64. Radeloff, VC; Mladenoff, DJ; Boyce, MS
      Effects of interacting disturbances on landscape patterns: Budworm defoliation and salvage logging

      ECOLOGICAL APPLICATIONS
    65. Moser, BW; Witmer, GW
      The effects of elk and cattle foraging on the vegetation, birds, and smallmammals of the Bridge Creek Wildlife Area, Oregon

      INTERNATIONAL BIODETERIORATION & BIODEGRADATION
    66. Grissino-Mayer, HD; Swetnam, TW
      Century-scale climate forcing of fire regimes in the American Southwest

      HOLOCENE
    67. Haydon, DT; Friar, JK; Pianka, ER
      Fire-driven dynamic mosaics in the Great Victoria Desert, Australia - II. A spatial and temporal landscape model

      LANDSCAPE ECOLOGY
    68. Rupp, TS; Starfield, AM; Chapin, FS
      A frame-based spatially explicit model of subarctic vegetation response toclimatic change: comparison with a point model

      LANDSCAPE ECOLOGY
    69. Shafer, CL
      The northern Yellowstone elk debate: Policy, hypothesis, and implications

      NATURAL AREAS JOURNAL
    70. Riggs, RA; Tiedemann, AR; Cook, JG; Ballard, TM; Edgerton, PJ; Vavra, M; Krueger, WC; Hall, FC; Bryant, LD; Irwin, LL; Delcurto, T
      Modification of mixed-conifer forests by ruminant herbivores in the blue mountains ecological province

      USDA FOREST SERVICE PACIFIC NORTHWEST RESEARCH STATION RESEARCH PAPER
    71. Kharaka, YK; Sorey, ML; Thordsen, JJ
      Large-scale hydrothermal fluid discharges in the Norris-Mammoth corridor, Yellowstone National Park, USA

      JOURNAL OF GEOCHEMICAL EXPLORATION
    72. Kipfmueller, KF; Baker, WL
      A fire history of a subalpine forest in south-eastern Wyoming, USA

      JOURNAL OF BIOGEOGRAPHY
    73. Hargrove, WW; Gardner, RH; Turner, MG; Romme, WH; Despain, DG
      Simulating fire patterns in heterogeneous landscapes

      ECOLOGICAL MODELLING
    74. Reysenbach, AL; Longnecker, K; Kirshtein, J
      Novel bacterial and archaeal lineages from an in situ growth chamber deployed at a Mid-Atlantic Ridge hydrothermal vent

      APPLIED AND ENVIRONMENTAL MICROBIOLOGY
    75. Skirnisdottir, S; Hreggvidsson, GO; Hjorleifsdottir, S; Marteinsson, VT; Petursdottir, SK; Holst, O; Kristjansson, JK
      Influence of sulfide and temperature on species composition and community structure of hot spring microbial mats

      APPLIED AND ENVIRONMENTAL MICROBIOLOGY
    76. Keigley, RB
      Elk, beaver, and the persistence of willows in national parks: comment on Singer et al. (1998)

      WILDLIFE SOCIETY BULLETIN
    77. Brown, SL; Bierman, PR; Lini, A; Southon, J
      10 000 yr record of extreme hydrologic events

      GEOLOGY
    78. Gaillard, JM; Festa-Bianchet, M; Yoccoz, NG; Loison, A; Toigo, C
      Temporal variation in fitness components and population dynamics of large herbivores

      ANNUAL REVIEW OF ECOLOGY AND SYSTEMATICS
    79. Daszak, P; Cunningham, AA; Hyatt, AD
      Wildlife ecology - Emerging infectious diseases of wildlife - Threats to biodiversity and human health

      SCIENCE
    80. Guitian, R; Bardgett, RD
      Plant and soil microbial responses to defoliation in temperate semi-natural grassland

      PLANT AND SOIL
    81. Edwards, KJ; Whittington, G
      Multiple charcoal profiles in a Scottish lake: taphonomy, fire ecology, human impact and inference

      PALAEOGEOGRAPHY PALAEOCLIMATOLOGY PALAEOECOLOGY
    82. Scott, AC
      The Pre-Quaternary history of fire

      PALAEOGEOGRAPHY PALAEOCLIMATOLOGY PALAEOECOLOGY
    83. Falcon-Lang, HJ; Scott, AC
      Upland ecology of some Late Carboniferous cordaitalean trees from Nova Scotia and England

      PALAEOGEOGRAPHY PALAEOCLIMATOLOGY PALAEOECOLOGY
    84. Frank, DA; Groffman, PM; Evans, RD; Tracy, BF
      Ungulate stimulation of nitrogen cycling and retention in Yellowstone Parkgrasslands

      OECOLOGIA
    85. Phillips, GE; Alldredge, AW
      Reproductive success of elk following disturbance by humans during calvingseason

      JOURNAL OF WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT
    86. Kay, CE; Bartos, DL
      Ungulate herbivory on Utah aspen: Assessment of long-term exclosures

      JOURNAL OF RANGE MANAGEMENT
    87. Smith, DW; Mech, LD; Meagher, M; Clark, WE; Jaffe, R; Phillips, MK; Mack, JA
      Wolf-bison interactions in Yellowstone National Park

      JOURNAL OF MAMMALOGY
    88. Luo, SD; Ku, TL; Roback, R; Murrell, M; McLing, TL
      In-situ radionuclide transport and preferential groundwater flows at INEEL(Idaho): Decay-series disequilibrium studies

      GEOCHIMICA ET COSMOCHIMICA ACTA
    89. Niklasson, M; Granstrom, A
      Numbers and sizes of fires: Long-term spatially explicit fire history in aSwedish boreal landscape

      ECOLOGY
    90. Sirotnak, JM; Huntly, NJ
      Direct and indirect effects of herbivores on nitrogen dynamics: Voles in riparian areas

      ECOLOGY
    91. Hose, LD; Palmer, AN; Palmer, MV; Northup, DE; Boston, PJ; DuChene, HR
      Microbiology and geochemistry in a hydrogen-sulphide-rich karst environment

      CHEMICAL GEOLOGY
    92. Poage, PA; Sjostrom, DJ; Goldberg, J; Chamberlain, CP; Furniss, G
      Isotopic evidence for Holocene climate change in the northern Rockies froma goethite-rich ferricrete chronosequence

      CHEMICAL GEOLOGY
    93. Lingle, S
      Seasonal variation in coyote feeding behaviour and mortality of white-tailed deer and mule deer

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF ZOOLOGY-REVUE CANADIENNE DE ZOOLOGIE
    94. Suominen, O; Olofsson, J
      Impacts of semi-domesticated reindeer on structure of tundra and forest communities in Fennoscandia: a review

      ANNALES ZOOLOGICI FENNICI
    95. Frelich, LE; Reich, PB
      Neighborhood effects, disturbance severity, and community stability in forests

      ECOSYSTEMS
    96. Reed, RA; Finley, ME; Romme, WH; Turner, MG
      Aboveground net primary production and leaf-area index in early postfire vegetation in Yellowstone National Park

      ECOSYSTEMS
    97. Mann, DH; Plug, LJ
      Vegetation and soil development at an upland taiga site, Alaska

      ECOSCIENCE
    98. de Mazancourt, C; Loreau, M; Abbadie, L
      Grazing optimization and nutrient cycling: Potential impact of large herbivores in a savanna system

      ECOLOGICAL APPLICATIONS
    99. Soukup, M; Foley, MK; Hiebert, R; Huff, DE
      Wildlife management in US national parks: Natural regulation revisited

      ECOLOGICAL APPLICATIONS
    100. Huff, DE; Varley, JD
      Natural regulation in Yellowstone National Park's northern range

      ECOLOGICAL APPLICATIONS


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