Bibliography: All References, Including Sources and Literature Cited




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Santa Cruz Island Reserve

Arnold, J. E. 1990. An archaeological perspective on the historic settlement pattern on Santa Cruz Island. Journal of California and Great Basin Archaeology 12: 112-127.

Arnold, J. E. 1992. Complex hunter-gatherer-fishers of prehistoric California: Chiefs, specialists, and maritime adaptations of the Channel Islands. American Antiquity 57: 60-84.

Ashley, M. V., and C. J. Wills. 1987. Analysis of mitochondrial DNA polymorphisms among Channel Island deer mice. Evolution 41: 854-63.

Atwood, J. L. 1980. Social interactions in the Santa Cruz Island scrub jay. Condor 82: 440-448.

Blanchette, C. A., B. R. Broitman, and S. D. Gaines. 2006. Intertidal community structure and oceanographic patterns around Santa Cruz Island, CA, USA. Marine Biology 149: 689-701.

Broitman, B. R., P. L. Szathmary, K. A. S. Mislan, C. A. Blanchette, and B. Helmuth. 2008. Predator-prey interactions under climate change: the importance of habitat vs body temperature. Oikos 118: 219-224.

Crooks, K. R., and D. Van Vuren. 1995. Resource utilization by two insular endemic mammalian carnivores, the island fox and island spotted skunk. Oecologia 104: 301-307.

Crooks, K. R., and D. Van Vuren. 1996. Spatial organization of the island fox (Urocyon littoralis) on Santa Cruz Island, California. Journal of Mammalogy 77: 801-806.

Delaney, K. S., and R. K. Wayne. 2005. Adaptive units for conservation: population distinction and historic extinctions in the island scrub-jay. Conservation Biology 19: 523-533.

Diamond, J. M. 1969. Avifaunal equilibria and species turnover rates on the Channel Islands of California. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 64: 57-63.

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Oral History with Lyndal Laughrin, Channel Islands National Park, Santa Cruz Island Foundation, May 2011.


Ogden, J. A. E., and M. Rejmánek. 2005. Recovery of native plant communities after the control of a dominant invasive plant species, Foeniculum vulgare: Implications for management. Biological Conservation 125: 427-439.

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Roemer, G. W., T. Coonan, D. Garcelon, J. Bascompte, and L. Laughrin. 2001. Feral pigs facilitate hyperpredation by golden eagles and indirectly cause the decline of the island fox. Animal Conservation 4: 307-318.

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Yeaton, R. I. 1974. An ecological analysis of chaparral and pine forest bird communities on Santa Cruz Island and mainland California. Ecology 55: 959-973.


Scripps Coastal Reserve

Kennedy, G.E. 1983. "An Unusual Burial Practice in an Early California Indian", Journal of New World Archaeology, 5:4-6.


Sedgwick Reserve

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Callaway, R. M., B. E. Mahall, C. Wicks, J. Pankey, and C. Zabinski. 2003. Soil fungi and the effects of an invasive forb on native versus naturalized grasses: neighbor identity matters. Ecology 84:129-135.

Dutech, C., V. L. Sork, A. J. Irwin, P. E. Smouse, and F. W. Davis. 2005. Gene flow and finescale genetic structure in a wind-pollinated tree species, Quercus lobata (Fagaceae). American Journal of Botany 92: 252-261.

Fierer, N., J. P. Schimel, and P. A. Holden. 2003. Influence of drying-rewetting frequency on soil bacterial community structure. Microbial Ecology 45: 63-71.

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Gerber, L. R., E. W. Seabloom, R. Burton, and O. J. Reichman. 2003. Translocation of an imperiled woodrat population: integrating spatial and habitat patterns. Animal Conservation 6:309-316.

Going, B., J. Hillerislambers, and J. M. Levine. 2009. Abiotic and biotic resistence to grass invasion in serpentine annual plant communities. Oecologia 159: 839-847.

Gram, W. K., E. T. Borer, K. L. Cottingham, E. W. Seabloom, V. Boucher, B. E. Kendall, L. Goldwasser, F. Micheli, and R. S. Burton. 2004. Distribution of plants in a California serpentine grassland: are rocky hummocks spatial refuges for native plants. Plant Ecology 172:159-171.

Grivet, D., V. L. Sork, R. D. Westfall, and F. W. Davis. 2008. Conserving the evolutionary potential of California valley oak (Quercus lobata Née): a multivariate genetic approach to conservation planning. Molecular Ecology 17: 139-156.

Hamilton, J. G. 1997. Changing perceptions of pre-European grasslands in California. Madroño 44: 311-333.

Hamilton, J. G., C. Holzapfel, and B. E. Mahall. 1999. Coexistence and interference between a native perennial grass and non-native annual grasses in California. Oecologia 121:518-526.

Harpole, W. S., and D. Tilman. 2007. Grassland species loss resulting from reduced niche dimension. Nature 446: 791-793.

Harrison, S., J. B. Grace, K. F. Davies, H. D. Safford, and J. H. Viers. 2006. Invasion in a diversity hotspot: Exotic cover and native richness in the Californian serpentine flora. Ecology 87: 695-703.

Koenig, W. D., D. Kelly, V. L. Sork, R. P. Duncan, J. S. Elkinton, M. S. Peltonen, and R. D. Westfall. 2003. Dissecting components of population-level variation in seed production and the evolution of masting behavior. Oikos 102:581-591.

Levine, J., and J. Hillerislambers. 2009. The importance of niches for the maintenance of species diversity. Nature 461: 254-257.

Mahall, B. E., C. M. Tyler, E. S. Cole, and C. Mata. 2009. A comparative study of oak (Quercus, Fagaceae) seedling physiology during summer drought in southern California. American Journal of Botany 96: 751-761.

Parker, S. S., and J. P. Schimel. 2010. Invasive grasses increase nitrogen availability in California grassland soils. Invasive Plant Science and Management 3: 40-47.

Seabloom, E. W. 2007. Complementarity and the stability of restored grassland communities. Ecological Applications 17: 1876-1885.

Seabloom, E. W., E. T. Borer, V. L. Boucher, R. S. Burton, K. L. Cottingham, L. Goldwasser, W. K. Gram, B. E. Kendall, and F. Micheli. 2003. Competition, seed limitation, disturbance, and reestablishment of California native annual forbs. Ecological Applications 13: 575-592.

Seabloom, E. W., E. T. Borer, A. Jolles, and C. E. Mitchell. 2009. Direct and indirect effects of viral pathogens and the environment on invasive grass fecundity in Pacific Coast grasslands. Journal of Ecology 97: 1264-1273.

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Seabloom, E. W., W. S. Harpole, and K. Everard. 2009. Plant water use affects competition for nitrogen: why drought favors invasive species in California. Nature 461: 254-257.

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Sork, V. L., F. W. Davis, P. E. Smouse, V. J. Apsit, R. J. Dyer, J. F. Fernandez-M, and B. Kuhn. 2002. Pollen movement in declining populations of California Valley oak, Quercus lobata: Where have all the fathers gone? Molecular Ecology 11: 1657-1668.

Sork, V. L., D. G. Scofield, and P. E. Smouse. 2010. Influence of acorn woodpecker social behavior on transport of coast live oak (Quercus agrifolia) acrons in a southern California oak savanna. Journal of Ecology 98: 561-572.

Thompson, J. N., A. L. Laine, and J. F. Thompson. 2010. Retention of mutualism in a geographically diverging interaction. Ecology Letters 13: 1368-1377.

Tyler, C. M., F. W. Davis, and B. E. Mahall. 2008. The relative importance of factors affecting age-specific seedling survival of two co-occurring oak species in southern California. Forest Ecology and Management 255: 3063-3074.

Werth, S., and V. L. Sork. 2008. Local genetic structure in the North American epiphytic lichen, Ramalina menziesii Tayl. (Ramalinaceae). American Journal of Botany 95: 568-576.

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Sierra Nevada Research Station - Yosemite Field Station

Berlow, E. L., J. A. Dunne, N. D. Martinez, P. B. Stark, R. J. Williams, and U. Brose. 2008. Simple prediction of interaction strengths in complex food webs. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 106: 187-191.

Booth, J. 2010. Yosemite hosts new NRS field station – guided by a far-sighted vision. Transect 28: 1-2, 4-8.

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Meyer, M. D., M. P. North, and S. L. Roberts. 2008. Truffle abundance in recently prescribed burned and unburned forests in Yosemite National Park: Implications for mycophagous mammals. Fire Ecology Special Issue 4: 105-114.

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Stebbins Cold Canyon Reserve

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Dawson, K. J. 1985. Natural area planning for recreational use transition. Landscape Planning 12: 111-123.

Fordyce, J. A. 2000. A model without mimic: aristolochic acids from the California pipevine swallowtail, Battus philenor hirsuta, and its host plant, Aristolochia californica. Journal of Chemical Ecology 26: 2567-2578.

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Gadau, J., S. G. Brady, and P. S. Ward. 1999. Systematics, distribution, and ecology of an endemic California Camponotus quercicola Hymenoptera: Formicidae. Annals of the Entomological Society of America 92: 514-522.

Greene, C., and M. Huntzinger, eds. 2001. The Natural History of Stebbins Cold Canyon Reserve. C. Greene and the University of California Natural Reserve System, Oakland, CA. 134 pp.

Kroeber, A. L. 1930. The Patwin and their neighbors. University of California Publications in American Archeology and Ethnology 29: 253-428.

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Weathers, W. W., and R. Cole (eds.). 1985. Flora and Fauna of the Stebbins Cold Canyon Reserve. Institute of Ecology Publication No. 29, University of California, Davis.


Steele/Burnand Anza-Borrego Desert Research Center

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