Bibliography: All References, Including Sources and Literature Cited




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Chickering American River Reserve

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Coal Oil Point Natural Reserve

Blaustein, A. R. 1979. Behavioral aspects of competition in a three-species rodent guild of coastal Southern California. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 6: 247-255.

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DelaSalle, V. A., and S. J. Mazer. 1995. The structure of phenotypic variation in gender and floral traits within and among populations of Spergularia marina (Carophyllaceae). American Journal of Botany 82: 798-810.

Herring, M. 1990. Coal Oil Point Natural Reserve. University of California Natural Reserve System, Oakland, CA. 8 pp.

Kuris, A. M., A. R. Blaustein, and J. J. Alio. 1980. Hosts as islands. American Naturalist 116: 570-586.

Lafferty, K. D. 2000. Status, Trends and Conservation of the Western Snowy Plover with a Focus on the Devereux Slough Population at Coal Oil Point Reserve, Santa Barbara County, CA. Museum of Systematics and Ecology, University of California, Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara, CA.

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Mangis, D. R. 1978. Ecological significance of leaf hairs in Camissonia cheiranthifolia. Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America 59: 118.

Nagano, C. D. 1980. Population status of the tiger beetles of the genus Cicindela (Coleoptera: Cicindelidae) inhabiting the marine shoreline of southern California. Journal of the Xerces Society 8: 33-42.

Pennings, S. C. 1990. Multiple factors promoting narrow host range in the sea hare, Aplysia californica. Oecologia 82: 192-200.

Rodella, T. D. 1971. An ecological study of tide pool fish parasites from two areas near Santa Barbara, California. Ph.D. Dissertation, University of California, Santa Barbara.

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Sandoval, C. 2001. Snowy Plover Management Plan SPMP. Coal Oil Point Reserve, University of California, Santa Barbara. http://coaloilpoint.ucnrs.org/Docs/ManagePlan.pdf

Sandoval, C. 2008. Final Report on the Western Snowy Plovers. Coal Oil Point Reserve, University of California, Santa Barbara.

Smith, J. R., P. Fong, and R. F. Ambrose. 2008. The impacts of human visitation on mussel bed communities along the California coast: Are regulatory marine reserves effective in protecting these communities? Environmental Management 41: 599-612.

Stendell, R. C. 1967. Food and feeding behavior of the white-tailed kite near Santa Barbara. Master’s Thesis, University of California, Santa Barbara.

Tobias, M. M. 2008. Monitoring shorebird habitat using photogrammetry: The case of western snowy plover at Coal Oil Point Reserve, Santa Barbara, California. Physical Geography 29: 275-288.

University of California, Natural Reserve System, “Coal Oil Point Reserve,” http://coaloilpoint.ucnrs.org/

Waian, L. B. 1973. The behavioral ecology of the North American white-tailed kite (Elanus leucurus majusculus) of the Santa Barbara coastal plain. Ph.D. Dissertation, University of California Santa Barbara.


Dawson Los Monos Canyon Reserve

Dunn, R. R., D. Agosti, A. N. Andersen, X. Arnan, C. A. Bruhl, X. Cerdưra, A. M. Ellison, B. L. Fisher, M. C. Fitzpatrick, H. Gibb, N. J. Gotelli, A. D. Gove, B. Guenard, M. Janda, M. Kaspari, E. J. Laurent, J-P. Lessard, J. T. Longino, J. D. Majer, S. B. Menke, T. P. McGlynn, C. L. Parr, S. M. Philpott, M. Pfeiffer, J. Retana, A. V. Suarez, J. L. Vasconcelos, M. D. Weiser, and N. J. Sanders. 2009. Climatic drivers of hemispheric asymmetry in global patterns of ant species richness. Ecology Letters 12: 324-333.

Fairbairn, D. J., and E. King. 2009. Why do Californian striders fly? Journal of Evolutionary Biology 22: 36-49.

Fetscher, A. E. 1999. Evolutionary significance of stigma closure in bush monkeyflower Mimulus aurantiacus (Scrophulariaceae). Ph.D. Dissertation, University of California, San Diego.

Fetscher, A. E. 2001. Resolution of male-female conflict in an hermaphrodic flower. Proceedings of the Royal Society Series B 268: 525-529.

Fetscher, A. E., S. M. Rupert, and J. R. Kohn. 2002. Hummingbird foraging position is altered by the touch-sensitive stigma of bush monkeyflower. Oecologia 133: 551-558.

Heller, N., S. Sanders, J. Shors, and D. Gordon. 2008. Rainfall facilitates the spread, and time alters the impact, of the invasive Argentine ant. Oecologia 155: 385-395.

Herring, M. 1989. Dawson Los Monos Canyon Reserve. University of California Natural Reserve System, Oakland, CA. 4 pp.

Kocourková, J., and K. Knudsen. 2009. Gelatinopsis acarosporicola (Helotiaceae), a new lichenicolous fungus on Acarospora socialis from western North America. The Bryologist 112: 363-367.

Lattin J. D., L. T. Horton, and D. R. Horton. 2001. Buchananiella continua (White) Hemiptera: Heteroptera: Anthocoridae from California, with new synonymy. Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington 103: 558-560.

Lendemer, J. C., and K. Knudsen. 2008. Studies in lichens and lichenicolous fungi: Further notes on North American taxa. Mycotaxon 105: 379-386.

Lightfoot, K., and O. Parrish. 2009. California Indians and Their Environment. University of California Press, Berkeley.

Menke, S. B. 2007. Predicting Argentine ant Linepithema humile invasions at multiple spatial scales: The relative importance of abiotic and biotic factors. Ph.D. Dissertation, University of California, San Diego.

Menke, S. B., and D. A. Holway. 2006. Abiotic factors control invasion by Argentine ants at the community scale. Journal of Animal Ecology 75: 368-376.

Paape T. 2009. Evolutionary genetics of the self-incompatibility in Solanaceae and Papaveraceae. Ph.D. Dissertation, University of California, San Diego.

Paape, T., B. Igic, S. D. Smith, R. Olmstead, L. Bohs, and L. J. R. Kohn. 2008. A 15-myr-old genetic bottleneck. Molecular Biology and Evolution 25: 655-663.

Schenk, H. J., S. Espino, C. M. Goedhart, M. Nordenstahl, H. I. M. Cabrera, and C. S. Jones. 2008. Hydraulic integration and shrub growth form linked across continental aridity gradients. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 105: 11248-11253.

Sutula, M. A., E. D. Stein, J. N. Collins, A. E. Fetscher, and R. Clark. 2006. A practical guide for the development of a wetland assessment method: The California experience. Journal of the American Water Resources Association 42: 157-175.

University of California, Natural Reserve System, “Dawson Los Monos Canyon Reserve,” http://nrs.ucsd.edu/dawson.html


Elliott Chaparral Reserve

Bolger, D. T., A. V. Suarez, K. R. Crooks, S. A. Morrison, and T. J. Case. 2000. Arthropods in urban habitat fragments in southern California: area, age, and edge effects. Ecological Applications 10: 1230-1248.

[State of] California, Department of Finance, “Demographic Research Unit,” http://www.dof.ca.gov/research/

Fisher, R. N., A. V. Suarez, and T. J. Case. Spatial patterns in the abundance of the coastal horned lizard. Conservation Biology 16: 205-215.

Glenn, S. L. 2005. Effects of native ant displacement by Argentine ants Linepithema humile on antlion larvae Myrmeleon exitialis Walker. Master’s Thesis, University of California, San Diego.

Holway, D. A., and A. V. Suarez. 2004. Colony-structure variation and interspecific variation competitive ability in the invasive Argentine ant. Oecologia 13: 216-222.

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Holway, D. A., A. V. Suarez, and T. J. Case. 2002. Role of abiotic factors in governing susceptibility to invasion: a test with Argentine ants. Ecology 83: 1610-1619.

Keeley, J. E., M. B. Baer-Keeley, and C. J. Fotheringham. 2005. Alien plant dynamics following fire in mediterranean climate California shrublands. Ecological Applications 15: 2109-2125.

Keeley, J. E., T. Brennan, and A. H. Pfaff. 2008. Fire severity and ecosystem responses following crown fires in California shrublands. Ecological Applications 18: 1530-1546.

Keeley, J. E., C. J. Fotheringham, and M. Baer-Keeley. 2006. Demographic patterns of postfire regeneration in mediterranean-climate shrublands of California. Ecological Monographs 76: 235-255.

Keeley, J. E., and P. H. Zedler. 2009. Large, high intensity fire events in southern California shrublands: debunking the fine-grained age-patch model. Ecological Applications 19: 69-94.

Lau, C. W., and J. C. Nieh. 2010. Honeybee stop-signal production: temporal distribution and effect of feeder crowding. Apidologie 41: 87-95.

Mendelsohn, M. B. 2005. Occurrence of the Greater Roadrunner Geococcyx californicus in fragmented southern California habitat patches. Master’s Thesis, San Diego State University, San Diego.

Menke, S. B., R. N. Fisher, W. Jetz, and D. A. Holway. 2007. Biotic and abiotic controls of Argentine ant invasion success at local and landscape level scales. Ecology 88: 3164–3173.

Menke, S. B., and D. A. Holway. 2006. Abiotic factors control invasion by Argentine ants at the community scale. Journal of Animal Ecology 75: 368-376.

Menke, S.B., A. V. Suarez, C. V. Tillberg, C. T. Chou, and D. A. Holway. 2010. Trophic ecology of the invasive argentine ant: spatio-temporal variation in resource assimilation and isotopic enrichment. Oecologia 164: 763-771.

Smith, C. I., W. K. W. Godsoe, S. Tank, J. B. Yoder, and O. Pellmyr. 2008. Distinguishing coevolution from covariance in an obligate plant mutualism: a synchronous divergence in Joshua tree and its pollinators. Evolution 62: 2676-2687.

Suarez, A. V. 2000. Causes and consequences of biological invasions: the Argentine ant in Southern California. Ph.D. Dissertation, University of California, San Diego.

Suarez, A. V., D. T. Bolger, and T. J. Case. 1998. Effects of fragmentation and invasion on native ant communities of coastal southern California. Ecology 79: 2041-2056.

Suarez, A.V., and T. J. Case. 2002. Bottom-up effects on the persistence of a specialist predator. Suarez, A. V. N. D. Tsutsui, D. A. Holway, and T. J. Case. 1999. Behavioral and genetic differentiation between native and introduced populations of the Argentine ant. Biological Invasions 1: 43-53.

Suarez, A. V., J. Q. Richmond, and T. J. Case. 2000. Prey selection in horned lizards following the invasion of Argentine ants in southern California. Ecological Applications 10: 711-725.

Suarez, A. V., P. Yeh, and T. J. Case. 2005. Impacts of Argentine ants on avian nesting success. Insectes Sociaux 52: 378-382.

Tillberg, C. V., D. A. Holway, E. G. LeBrun, and A. V. Suarez. 2007. Trophic ecology of invasive Argentine ants in their native and introduced ranges. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 104: 20856-20861.

University of California, Natural Reserve System, “Elliott Chaparral Reserve,” http://nrs.ucsd.edu/elliott.html

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Emerson Oaks Reserve

Czimczik, C. I., K. Druffel-Rodriguez, and S. E. Trumbore. 2008. Concentrations and 14C age of nonstructural carbon in California oaks. American Geophysical Union meeting Fall 2008, abstract #B23C-0460.

Lynch, S. C., A. Eskalen, P. Zambino, and T. Scott. 2010. First report of bot canker caused by Diplodia corticola on coast live oak (Quercus agrifolia) in California. Plant Disease 94: 1510. DOI: 10.1094/PDIS-04-10-0266

University of California, Natural Reserve System, “Emerson Oaks Reserve,” http://emerson.ucnrs.org/


Fort Ord Natural Reserve

Coale, T. H., A. J. Deveny, and L. R. Fox. 2011. Growth, fire history, and browsing recorded in wood rings of shrubs in a mild temperate climate. Ecology 95:1 020-1026.

Deveny, A. J., and L. R. Fox. 2006. Indirect interactions between browsers and seed predators affect the seed bank dynamics of a chaparral shrub. Oecologia 150: 69-77.

DiGirolama, L. A., and L. R. Fox. 2006. The influence of abiotic factors and temporal variation on local invasion patterns of the Argentine ant (Linepithema humile). Biological Invasions 8: 125-135.

Fox, L. R. 2007. Climatic and biotic stochasticity: Disparate causes of convergent demographies in rare, sympatric plants. Conservation Biology 21: 1556-1561.

Fox, L. R., H. N. Steele, K. D. Holl, and M. H. Fusari. 2006. Contrasting demographies and persistence of rare annual plants in highly variable environments. Plant Ecology 183: 157-170.

Francoeur, A. 2007. The Myrmica punctiventris and M. crassirugis species groups in the Nearctic region. In Advances in Ant Systematics (Hymenoptera: Formicidae): Homage to E. O. Wilson – 50 Years of Contributions, R. R. Snelling, B. L. Fisher, and P. S. Ward (eds), 153-185. Memoirs of the American Entomological Institute 80.

Pearse, D. E., and G. H. Pogson. 2007. Parallel evolution of the melanic form of the California legless lizard, Anniella pulchra, inferred from mitochondrial DNA sequence variation. Evolution 54: 1041-1046.

Su, G. W., B. M. Freifled, C. M. Oldenberg, P. D. Jordan, and P. F. Daley. 2006. Interpreting velocities from heat-based flow sensors by numerical simulation. Ground Water 44: 386-393.

University of California, Natural Reserve System, “Fort Ord Natural Reserve,” http://ucsantacruz.ucnrs.org/?page_id=24

Wang, I. J., W. K. Savage, and H. B. Shaffer. 2009. Landscape genetics and least-cost path analysis reveal unexpected dispersal routes in the California tiger salamander (Ambystoma californiense). Molecular Ecology 18: 1365-1374.

Watts, S. M., M. M. Uhl, S. P. Maurano, and E. E. Nucio. 2010. Using small-scale studies to prioritize threats and guide recovery of a rare hemiparasitic plant: Cordylanthus rigidus subsp. littoralis. PLoS ONE 5: e8892.

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