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    1. Rowland, DL; Beals, L; Chaudhry, AA; Evans, AS; Grodeska, LS
      Physiological, morphological, and environmental variation among geographically isolated cottonwood (Populus Deltoides) populations in New Mexico

      WESTERN NORTH AMERICAN NATURALIST
    2. Roelle, JE; Gladwin, DN; Cade, BS
      Establishment, growth, and early survival of woody riparian species at a Colorado gravel pit

      WESTERN NORTH AMERICAN NATURALIST
    3. Lesica, P; Miles, S
      Natural history and invasion of Russian olive along eastern Montana rivers

      WESTERN NORTH AMERICAN NATURALIST
    4. Horton, JL; Kolb, TE; Hart, SC
      Physiological response to groundwater depth varies among species and with river flow regulation

      ECOLOGICAL APPLICATIONS
    5. Bungart, R; Huttl, RF
      Production of biomass for energy in post-mining landscapes and nutrient dynamics

      BIOMASS & BIOENERGY
    6. Sigurdsson, BD
      Elevated [CO2] and nutrient status modified leaf phenology and growth rhythm of young Populus trichocarpa trees in a 3-year field study

      TREES-STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION
    7. Horton, JL; Kolb, T; Hart, SC
      Leaf gas exchange characteristics differ among Sonoran Desert riparian tree species

      TREE PHYSIOLOGY
    8. Leffler, AJ; Evans, AS
      Physiological variation among Populus fremontii populations: short- and long-term relationships between delta C-13 and water availability

      TREE PHYSIOLOGY
    9. Sigurdsson, BD; Thorgeirsson, H; Linder, S
      Growth and dry-matter partitioning of young Populus trichocarpa in response to carbon dioxide concentration and mineral nutrient availability

      TREE PHYSIOLOGY
    10. Horton, JL; Clark, JL
      Water table decline alters growth and survival of Salix gooddingii and Tamarix chinensis seedlings

      FOREST ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT
    11. Pearce, CM; Smith, DG
      Plains cottonwood's last stand: Can it survive invasion of Russian olive onto the milk river, Montana floodplain?

      ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT
    12. Sprenger, MD; Smith, LM; Taylor, JP
      Testing control of saltcedar seedlings using fall flooding

      WETLANDS
    13. Bailey, JK; Schweitzer, JA; Whitham, TG
      Salt cedar negatively affects biodiversity of aquatic macroinvertebrates

      WETLANDS
    14. Lesica, P; Miles, S
      Tamarisk growth at the northern margin of its naturalized range in Montana, USA

      WETLANDS
    15. Conly, FM; Van der Kamp, G
      Monitoring the hydrology of Canadian prairie wetlands to detect the effects of climate change and land use changes

      ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING AND ASSESSMENT
    16. Stromberg, JC
      Restoration of riparian vegetation in the south-western United States: importance of flow regimes and fluvial dynamism

      JOURNAL OF ARID ENVIRONMENTS
    17. Zamora-Arroyo, F; Nagler, PL; Briggs, M; Radtke, D; Rodriquez, H; Garcia, J; Valdes, C; Huete, A; Glenn, EP
      Regeneration of native trees in response to flood releases from the UnitedStates into the delta of the Colorado River, Mexico

      JOURNAL OF ARID ENVIRONMENTS
    18. Levine, CM; Stromberg, JC
      Effects of flooding on native and exotic plant seedlings: implications forrestoring south-western riparian forests by manipulating water and sediment flows

      JOURNAL OF ARID ENVIRONMENTS
    19. Marler, RJ; Stromberg, JC; Patten, DT
      Growth response of Populus fremontii, Salix gooddingii, and Tamarix ramosissima seedlings under different nitrogen and phosphorus concentrations

      JOURNAL OF ARID ENVIRONMENTS
    20. Vandersande, MW; Glenn, EP; Walworth, JL
      Tolerance of five riparian plants from the lower Colorado River to salinity drought and inundation

      JOURNAL OF ARID ENVIRONMENTS
    21. Twedt, DJ; Henne-Kerr, JL
      Artificial cavities enhance breeding bird densities in managed cottonwood forests

      WILDLIFE SOCIETY BULLETIN
    22. Rowland, DL
      Diversity in physiological and morphological characteristics of four cottonwood (Populus deltoides var. wislizenii) populations in New Mexico: evidence for a genetic component of variation

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF FOREST RESEARCH-REVUE CANADIENNE DE RECHERCHE FORESTIERE
    23. Newcombe, G; Ostry, N
      Recessive resistance to Septoria stem canker of hybrid poplar

      PHYTOPATHOLOGY
    24. Graham, JH; McArthur, ED; Freeman, DC
      Narrow hybrid zone between two subspecies of big sagebrush (Artemisia tridentata : Asteraceae) - XII. Galls on sagebrush in a reciprocal transplant garden

      OECOLOGIA
    25. Twedt, DJ; Wilson, RR; Henne-Kerr, JL; Hamilton, RB
      Nest survival of forest birds in the Mississippi Alluvial Valley

      JOURNAL OF WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT
    26. Davidson, AS; Knight, RL
      Avian nest success and community composition in a western riparian forest

      JOURNAL OF WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT
    27. Martinsen, GD; Whitham, TG; Turek, RJ; Keim, P
      Hybrid populations selectively filter gene introgression between species

      EVOLUTION
    28. Rowland, DL; Johnson, NC
      Sexual demographics of riparian populations of Populus deltoides: Can mortality be predicted from a change in reproductive status?

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF BOTANY-REVUE CANADIENNE DE BOTANIQUE
    29. Dunlap, JM; Stettler, RF
      Variation in leaf epidermal and stomatal traits of Populus trichocarpa from two transects across the Washington Cascades

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF BOTANY-REVUE CANADIENNE DE BOTANIQUE
    30. Rumble, MA; Gobeille, JE
      Small mammals in successional prairie woodlands of the northern Great Plains

      USDA FOREST SERVICE ROCKY MOUNTAIN RESEARCH STATION RESEARCH PAPER RMRS
    31. Opperman, JJ; Merenlender, AM
      Deer herbivory as an ecological constraint to restoration of degraded riparian corridors

      RESTORATION ECOLOGY
    32. Rottmann, WH; Meilan, R; Sheppard, LA; Brunner, AM; Skinner, JS; Ma, CP; Cheng, SP; Jouanin, L; Pilate, G; Strauss, SH
      Diverse effects of overexpression of LEAFY and PTLF, a poplar (Populus) homolog of LEAFY/FLORICAULA, in transgenic poplar and Arabidopsis

      PLANT JOURNAL
    33. Newcombe, G; Stirling, B; McDonald, S; Bradshaw, HD
      Melampsora xcolumbiana, a natural hybrid of M-medusae and M-occidentalis

      MYCOLOGICAL RESEARCH
    34. Bungart, R; Bens, O; Huttl, RF
      Production of bioenergy in post-mining landscapes in Lusatia - Perspectives and challenges for alternative landuse systems

      ECOLOGICAL ENGINEERING
    35. Merritt, DM; Cooper, DJ
      Riparian vegetation and channel change in response to river regulation: A comparative study of regulated and unregulated streams in the Green River Basin, USA

      REGULATED RIVERS-RESEARCH & MANAGEMENT
    36. Bendix, J; Hupp, CR
      Hydrological and geomorphological impacts on riparian plant communities

      HYDROLOGICAL PROCESSES
    37. Han, KH; Meilan, R; Ma, C; Strauss, SH
      An Agrobacterium tumefaciens transformation protocol effective on a variety of cottonwood hybrids (genus Populus)

      PLANT CELL REPORTS
    38. Shields, FD; Simon, A; Steffen, LJ
      Reservoir effects on downstream river channel migration

      ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION
    39. Dykaar, BB; Wigington, PJ
      Floodplain formation and cottonwood colonization patterns on the Willamette River, Oregon, USA

      ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT
    40. Andersson, E; Nilsson, C; Johansson, ME
      Plant dispersal in boreal rivers and its relation to the diversity of riparian flora

      JOURNAL OF BIOGEOGRAPHY
    41. Elamo, P; Saloniemi, I; Helander, ML; Neuvonen, S
      Genetic and environmental variation in rust frequency on mature mountain birch trees

      SCANDINAVIAN JOURNAL OF FOREST RESEARCH
    42. Smith, DG; Pearce, CM
      River ice and its role in limiting woodland development on a sandy braid-plain, Milk River, Montana

      WETLANDS
    43. Snyder, KA; Williams, DG
      Water sources used by riparian trees varies among stream types on the San Pedro River, Arizona

      AGRICULTURAL AND FOREST METEOROLOGY
    44. Schaeffer, SM; Williams, DG; Goodrich, DC
      Transpiration of cottonwood/willow forest estimated from sap flux

      AGRICULTURAL AND FOREST METEOROLOGY
    45. Goodrich, DC; Scott, R; Qi, J; Goff, B; Unkrich, CL; Moran, MS; Williams, D; Schaeffer, S; Snyder, K; MacNish, R; Maddock, T; Pool, D; Chehbouni, A; Cooper, DI; Eichinger, WE; Shuttleworth, WJ; Kerr, Y; Marsett, R; Ni, W
      Seasonal estimates of riparian evapotranspiration using remote and in situmeasurements

      AGRICULTURAL AND FOREST METEOROLOGY
    46. Dickson, RE; Tomlinson, PT; Isebrands, JG
      Partitioning of current photosynthate to different chemical fractions in leaves, stems, and roots of northern red oak seedlings during episodic growth

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF FOREST RESEARCH-REVUE CANADIENNE DE RECHERCHE FORESTIERE
    47. Howe, GT; Saruul, P; Davis, J; Chen, THH
      Quantitative genetics of bud phenology, frost damage, and winter survival in an F-2 family of hybrid poplars

      THEORETICAL AND APPLIED GENETICS
    48. Coyle, DR; McMillin, JD; Krause, SC; Hart, ER
      Laboratory and field evaluations of two Bacillus thuringiensis formulations, Novodor and Raven, for control of cottonwood leaf beetle (Coleoptera : Chrysomelidae)

      JOURNAL OF ECONOMIC ENTOMOLOGY
    49. Frewen, BE; Chen, THH; Howe, GT; Davis, J; Rohde, A; Boerjan, W; Bradshaw, HD
      Quantitative trait loci and candidate gene mapping of bud set and bud flush in Populus

      GENETICS
    50. White, JA; Whitham, TG
      Associational susceptibility of cottonwood to a box elder herbivore

      ECOLOGY
    51. Kurdali, F
      Seasonal nitrogen changes in Alnus orientalis and Populus nigra and N-2 fixation by exotic alder species in Syria

      COMMUNICATIONS IN SOIL SCIENCE AND PLANT ANALYSIS
    52. Nilsson, C; Berggren, K
      Alterations of riparian ecosystems caused by river regulation

      BIOSCIENCE
    53. Roelle, JE; Gladwin, DN
      Establishment of woody riparian species from natural seedfall at a former gravel pit

      RESTORATION ECOLOGY
    54. Saab, V
      Importance of spatial scale to habitat use by breeding birds in riparian forests: A hierarchical analysis

      ECOLOGICAL APPLICATIONS
    55. Nelson, SM; Andersen, DC
      Butterfly (Papilionoidea and Hesperioidea) assemblages associated with natural, exotic, and restored riparian habitats along the lower Colorado River, USA

      REGULATED RIVERS-RESEARCH & MANAGEMENT
    56. Cooper, DJ; Merritt, DM; Andersen, DC; Chimner, RA
      Factors controlling the establishment of Fremont cottonwood seedlings on the upper Green River, USA

      REGULATED RIVERS-RESEARCH & MANAGEMENT
    57. Friedman, JM; Auble, GT
      Mortality of riparian box elder from sediment mobilization and extended inundation

      REGULATED RIVERS-RESEARCH & MANAGEMENT
    58. Bond, BJ; Kavanagh, KL
      Stomatal behavior of four woody species in relation to leaf-specific hydraulic conductance and threshold water potential

      TREE PHYSIOLOGY
    59. Sparks, JP; Black, RA
      Regulation of water loss in populations of Populus trichocarpa: the role of stomatal control in preventing xylem cavitation

      TREE PHYSIOLOGY
    60. Harvey, HP; van den Driessche, R
      Nitrogen and potassium effects on xylem cavitation and water-use efficiency in poplars

      TREE PHYSIOLOGY
    61. Leskinen, E; Alstrom-Rapaport, C
      Molecular phylogeny of Salicaceae and closely related Flacourtiaceae: evidence from 5.8 S, ITS 1 and ITS 2 of the rDNA

      PLANT SYSTEMATICS AND EVOLUTION
    62. Twedt, DJ; Wilson, RR; Henne-Kerr, JL; Hamilton, RB
      Impact of forest type and management strategy on avian densities in the Mississippi Alluvial Valley, USA

      FOREST ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT
    63. Cao, FL; Conner, WH
      Selection of flood-tolerant Populus deltoides clones for reforestation projects in China

      FOREST ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT
    64. Taylor, JP; Wester, DB; Smith, LM
      Soil disturbance, flood management, and riparian woody plant establishmentin the Rio Grande floodplain

      WETLANDS
    65. Beare, JA; Archer, SA; Bell, JNB
      Marssonina leafspot disease of poplar under elevated ozone: pre-fumigated host and in vitro studies

      ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION
    66. Crone, EE; Jones, CG
      The dynamics of carbon-nutrient balance: Effects of cottonwood acclimationto short-and long-term shade on beetle feeding preferences

      JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL ECOLOGY
    67. Finch, DM
      Recovering Southwestern Willow Flycatcher populations will benefit riparian health

      TRANSACTIONS OF THE SIXTY-FOURTH NORTH AMERICAN WILDLIFE AND NATURAL RESOURCE CONFERENCE
    68. James, RR; Croft, BA; Strauss, SH
      Susceptibility of the cottonwood leaf beetle (Coleoptera : Chrysomelidae) to different strains and transgenic toxins of Bacillus thuringiensis

      ENVIRONMENTAL ENTOMOLOGY
    69. Karim, SA; Hawkins, BJ
      Variation in response to nutrition in a three-generation pedigree of Populus

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF FOREST RESEARCH-REVUE CANADIENNE DE RECHERCHE FORESTIERE
    70. Jeknic, Z; Chen, THH
      Changes in protein profiles of poplar tissues during the induction of bud dormancy by short-day photoperiods

      PLANT AND CELL PHYSIOLOGY
    71. Kleiner, KW; Raffa, KF; Dickson, RE
      Partitioning of C-14-labeled photosynthate to allelochemicals and primary metabolites in source and sink leaves of aspen: evidence for secondary metabolite turnover

      OECOLOGIA
    72. Howe, GT; Davis, J; Jeknic, Z; Chen, THH; Frewen, B; Bradshaw, HD; Saruul, P
      Physiological and genetic approaches to studying endodormancy-related traits in Populus

      HORTSCIENCE
    73. Lesica, P; Miles, S
      Russian olive invasion into cottonwood forests along a regulated river in north-central Montana

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF BOTANY-REVUE CANADIENNE DE BOTANIQUE
    74. HEILMAN P; NORBY RJ
      NUTRIENT CYCLING AND FERTILITY MANAGEMENT IN TEMPERATE SHORT-ROTATIONFOREST SYSTEMS

      Biomass & bioenergy
    75. CHRISTIAN DP; HOFFMAN W; HANOWSKI JM; NIEMI GJ; BEYEA J
      BIRD AND MAMMAL DIVERSITY ON WOODY BIOMASS PLANTATIONS IN NORTH-AMERICA

      Biomass & bioenergy
    76. ROBISON DJ; RAFFA KF
      PRODUCTIVITY, DROUGHT TOLERANCE AND PEST STATUS OF HYBRID POPULUS - TREE IMPROVEMENT AND SILVICULTURAL IMPLICATIONS

      Biomass & bioenergy
    77. DITOMASO JM
      IMPACT, BIOLOGY, AND ECOLOGY OF SALTCEDAR (TAMARIX SPP.) IN THE SOUTHWESTERN UNITED-STATES

      Weed technology
    78. TAYLOR JP; MCDANIEL KC
      RESTORATION OF SALTCEDAR (TAMARIX SP.)-INFESTED FLOODPLAINS ON THE BOSQUE-DEL-APACHE NATIONAL WILDLIFE REFUGE

      Weed technology
    79. YIN Y
      FLOODING AND FOREST SUCCESSION IN A MODIFIED STRETCH ALONG THE UPPER MISSISSIPPI RIVER

      Regulated rivers
    80. ROCHE BM; FRITZ RS
      EFFECTS OF HOST-PLANT HYBRIDIZATION ON RESISTANCE TO WILLOW LEAF RUSTCAUSED BY MELAMPSORA SP

      European journal of forest pathology
    81. Patten, DT
      Riparian ecosystems of semi-arid North America: Diversity and human impacts

      WETLANDS
    82. Auble, GT; Scott, ML
      Fluvial disturbance patches and cottonwood recruitment along the upper Missouri River, Montana

      WETLANDS
    83. Merigliano, MF
      Cottonwood and willow demography on a young island, Salmon River, Idaho

      WETLANDS
    84. Shafroth, PB; Auble, GT; Stromberg, JC; Patten, DT
      Establishment of woody riparian vegetation in relation to annual patterns of streamflow, Bill Williams River, Arizona

      WETLANDS
    85. Friedman, JM; Osterkamp, WR; Scott, ML; Auble, GT
      Downstream effects of dams on channel geometry and bottomland vegetation: Regional patterns in the Great Plains

      WETLANDS
    86. Gladwin, DN; Roelle, JE
      Survival of plains cottonwood (Populus deltoides subsp. monilifera) and saltcedar (Tamarix ramosissima) seedlings in response to flooding

      WETLANDS
    87. Stromberg, JC
      Functional equivalency of saltcedar (Tamarix chinensis) and Fremont cottonwood (Populus fremontii) along a free-flowing river

      WETLANDS
    88. LIN S; BINDER BF; HART ER
      INSECT FEEDING STIMULANTS FROM THE LEAF SURFACE OF POPULUS

      Journal of chemical ecology
    89. LIN S; BINDER BF; HART ER
      CHEMICAL ECOLOGY OF COTTONWOOD LEAF BEETLE ADULT FEEDING PREFERENCES ON POPULUS

      Journal of chemical ecology
    90. NEWCOMBE G
      ASSOCIATION OF MMDL, A MAJOR GENE FOR RESISTANCE TO MELAMPSORA-MEDUSAE F-SP. DELTOIDAE, WITH QUANTITATIVE TRAITS IN POPLAR RUST

      Phytopathology
    91. COLEMAN MD; DICKSON RE; ISEBRANDS JG
      GROWTH AND PHYSIOLOGY OF ASPEN SUPPLIED WITH DIFFERENT FERTILIZER ADDITION RATES

      Physiologia Plantarum
    92. FRITZ RS; ROCHE BM; BRUNSFELD SJ
      GENETIC-VARIATION IN RESISTANCE OF HYBRID WILLOWS TO HERBIVORES

      Oikos
    93. LOCKWOOD JR
      ON THE STATISTICAL-ANALYSIS OF MULTIPLE-CHOICE FEEDING PREFERENCE EXPERIMENTS

      Oecologia
    94. KOUBAA A; HERNANDEZ RE; BEAUDOIN M
      SHRINKAGE OF FAST-GROWING HYBRID POPLAR CLONES

      Forest products journal
    95. HOLOPAINEN JK; KOSSI S
      VARIABLE GROWTH AND REPRODUCTION RESPONSE OF THE SPRUCE SHOOT APHID, CINARA-PILICORNIS, TO INCREASING OZONE CONCENTRATIONS

      Entomologia experimentalis et applicata
    96. KEARSLEY MJC; WHITHAM TG
      THE DEVELOPMENTAL STREAM OF COTTONWOODS AFFECTS RAMET GROWTH AND RESISTANCE TO GALLING APHIDS

      Ecology
    97. OLSEN JE; JUNTTILA O; NILSEN J; ERIKSSON ME; MARTINUSSEN I; OLSSON O; SANDBERG G; MORITZ T
      ECTOPIC EXPRESSION OF OAT PHYTOCHROME-A IN HYBRID ASPEN CHANGES CRITICAL DAYLENGTH FOR GROWTH AND PREVENTS COLD ACCLIMATIZATION

      Plant journal
    98. JOHNSON WC
      EQUILIBRIUM RESPONSE OF RIPARIAN VEGETATION TO FLOW REGULATION IN THEPLATTE RIVER, NEBRASKA

      Regulated rivers
    99. GEBRE GM; BRANDLE JR; KUHNS MR
      INFLUENCE OF REWATERING AND TIME OF SAMPLING ON SOLUTE ACCUMULATION OF 2 POPULUS-DELTOIDES CLONES

      Tree physiology
    100. HARVEY HP; VANDENDRIESSCHE R
      NUTRITION, XYLEM CAVITATION AND DROUGHT RESISTANCE IN HYBRID POPLAR

      Tree physiology


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