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Stunt Ranch Santa Monica Mountains Reserve

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Jack and Marilyn Sweeney Granite Mountains Desert Research Center

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Valentine Eastern Sierra Reserves - Sierra Nevada Aquatic Research Laboratory

Alpert, H. 2009. Climate Change Implications for Conifer Distribution and water resources management in the Eastern Sierra Nevada, California. Ph.D. Dissertation, University of California, Santa Cruz.

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University of California, Natural Reserve System, “Sierra Nevada Aquatic Research Lab,”

Vredenburg, V. T., R. A. Knapp, T. S. Tunstall, and C. J. Briggs. 2010. Dynamics of an emerging disease drive large-scale amphibian population extinctions. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 107: 9689 - 9694.

Valentine Eastern Sierra Reserves - Valentine Camp

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Howald, A. M., and B. K. Orr. 2000. A Flora of Valentine Eastern Sierra Reserve. 2nd edition. University of California, Santa Barbara, Museum of Systematics and Ecology, Santa Barbara.

Karban, R., C. Karban, and J. Karban. 2007. Haypiles of the mountain beaver, Aplodontia rufa. Western North American Naturalist 67: 618-621.

Morris, K., and S. S. Gustafson. 1987. Valentine Camp. University of California Natural Reserve System, Oakland, CA. 8 pp.

Stephens, S. L. 2001. Fire history differences in adjacent Jeffrey pine and upper montane forests in the eastern Sierra Nevada. International Journal of Wildland Fire 10: 161-167.

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University of California, Natural Reserve System, “Valentine Camp,”

Vizgirdas, R., and E. M. Vizgirdas. 2006. Wild Plants of the Sierra Nevada. University of Nevada Press, Reno, NV. 321 pp.

Welch, K. C., Jr., and R. K. Suarez. 2008. Altitude and temperature effects on the energetic cost of hover-feeding in migratory rufous hummingbirds, Selasphorus rufus. Canadian Journal of Zoology 86: 161-169.

Yokel, D. A., and S. I. Rothstein. 1991. The basis for female choice in an avian brood parasite. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 29: 39-45.

White Mountain Reserve

Bettinger, R. L. 1991. Aboriginal occupation at high-altitude: Alpine villages in the White Mountains of eastern California. American Anthropologist 93: 656-679. In the White Mountains, Bettinger documented the highest village site found in North America and related it to theories of cultural change.

Carbone, M.S., G. C. Winston, and S.E. Trumbore. 2008. Soil respiration in perennial grass and shrub ecosystems: linking plant and microbial sources with environmental controls on seasonal and diel timescales. Journal of Geophysical Research 113:1-14 Ecosystem research on the Owens Valley floor.

Chappell, M. A., and E. M. Dlugosz. 2009. Aerobic capacity and running performance across a 1.6 km altitude difference in two sciurid rodents. Journal of Experimental Biology 212: 610-619. A long history of research on rodent physiological performance at high altitude using the Barcroft Field Station.

Dahlhoff, E. P., S. L. Fearnley, D. A. Bruce, A. G. Gibbs, R. Stoneking, D. M. McMillan, K. Deiner, J. T. Smiley, and N. E. Rank. 2008. Effects of temperature on physiology and reproductive success of a montane leaf beetle: Implications for persistence of native populations enduring climate change. Physiological and Biochemical Ecology 81:718-732. The long-running National Science Foundation-fundedbeetle projectbased at Owens Valley Laboratory has produced dozens of publications as well as involving nearly 50 undergraduate and graduate students.

DeDecker, M. Botany. In The Crooked Creek Guidebook, C. A. Hall, Jr. and B. Widawski (eds.), 99-105. University of California, Los Angeles.

Ducsay C. A., K. Hyatt, M. Mlynarczyk, K. M. Kaushal, and D.A. Myers. 2006. Long-term hypoxia increases leptin receptors and plasma leptin concentrations in the late gestation ovine fetus. American Journal of Physiology, Regulatory, Integrative, and Comparative Physiology. 291: R1406-R1413. A multi-decadal project on how long-term hypoxia affects pregnancy and fetal development in sheep at Barcroft Field Station; a top ranked research program at the National Institutes of Health.

Elmore, A.J., S. J. Manning, J. F. Mustard, and J. S. Craine. 2006. Decline in alkali meadow vegetation cover in California: the effects of groundwater extraction and drought. Journal of Applied Ecology 43: 770-779. National Science Foundation-sponsored research on the ecosystem impacts of groundwater pumping in the Owens Valley.

Epps, C. W., J. D. Wehausen, V. C. Bleich, S. G. Torres, and J. S. Brashares. 2007. Optimizing dispersal and corridor models using landscape genetics. Journal of Applied Ecology 44: 714 - 724.

Ernst, W. G. 1992. Post-Archean crustal evolution, terrane accretion, and metamorphism of the western Cordillera, with emphasis on northern and central California. In Basement Tectonics 8: Characterization and Comparison of Ancient and Mesozoic Continental Margins: Proceedings of the Eighth International Conference on Basement Tectonics, M.J. Bartholomew, D.W. Hyndman, D.W. Mogk, and R. Mason (eds.), R 151-175. Kluwer Academic Publishers, Berlin. Gary Ernst worked at White Mountain Research Station [now White Mountain Reserve] and published many significant geoscience articles during four decades at the facility. He was the 2004 recipient of the Penrose Medal of the Geological Society of America.

Frank, C. L., E. S. Dierenfeld, and K. B. Storey. 1998. The relationship between lipid peroxidation, hibernation, and food selection in mammals. American Zoologist 38: 341-349. This long-running study of golden-mantled ground squirrel hibernation physiology uses telemetry to measure underground conditions.

Glazner, A. F., J. M. Bartley, D. S. Coleman, W. Gray, and R.Z. Taylor. 2004. Are plutons assembled over millions of years by amalgamation from small magma chambers? GSA Today 14: 4-11. An on-going active research program examining the development of mountains such as the Sierra Nevada.

Global Observation Research Initiative in Alpine Environments (GLORIA),

Grubisic, V., J. D. Doyle, J. Kuettner, S. Mobbs, R. B. Smith, C. D. Whiteman, R. Dirks, S. Czyzyk, S. A. Cohn, S. Vosper, M. Weissman, S. Haimov, S. F.J. De Wekker, L. L. Pan, and F. K. Chow. 2008. The terrain-induced rotor experiment: a field campaign overview including observational highlights. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society. 89:1513-1533. White Mountain Research Station [now White Mountain Reserve] sometimes hosts large field expeditions, in this case, serving as the command center for three aircraft in this National Science Foundation-funded effort to understand mountain-induced airflows.

Hall, C. A. Jr. (ed.) 1991. Natural History of the White-Inyo Range, Eastern California. Berkeley: University of California Press, Berkeley. 536 pp.

Hall, C. A., Jr., and N. Pace. 1994. History of the White Mountain Research Station and the Crooked Creek facilities. In The Crooked Creek Guidebook, C. A. Hall, Jr. and B. Widawski (eds.), 1-8. University of California, Los Angeles.

Hall, C. A., Jr., and N. Pace. 1973. A history. In 25 Years of High-Altitude Research, White Mountain Research Station, Hall, C. A., Jr., and N. Pace (eds.) 1-8. University of California White Mountain Research Station, Bishop.

Hall, L. S. and M. L. Morrison. 1994. Natural history of vertebrate animals of the Crooked Creek area, White Mountains, California. In The Crooked Creek Guidebook, C. A. Hall, Jr. and B. Widawski (eds.), 106-110. University of California, Los Angeles.

Hall, C. A., Jr. and B. Widawski. 1994. The Crooked Creek Guidebook. University of California, Los Angeles. 132 pp.

Holmquist J. G., J. Schmidt-Gengenbach, and S. A. Haultain. 2010. Does long-term grazing by pack stock in subalpine meadows result in lasting effects on arthropod assemblages? Wetlands 30: 252-262. White Mountain Research Station [now White Mountain Reserve] research scientist Jeff Holmquist contracts with National Park Service to study communities and conservation ecology in the area.

Jayko, A. S. 2009. Deformation of the Late Miocene to Pliocene Inyo Surface, eastern Sierra region. In Late Cenozoic Structure and evolution of the Great Basin-Sierra Nevada, J.Oldow, P. Cashman (eds.), 313-350. Geological Society of America, Special Paper 447, Boulder. Dramatic and diverse geology and the sparse vegetation facilitate studies of surface processes.

LaMarche Jr., V. C. 1984. Increasing atmospheric carbon dioxide: tree ring evidence for growth enhancement in natural vegetation. Science 225: 1019-1021. LaMarche used White Mountain Research Station [now White Mountain Reserve] meteorological data to make one of the first arguments that atmospheric CO2 build-up explains recent increases in bristlecone ring width.

Lloyd, R. M., and R. S. Mitchell. A Flora of the White Mountains, California and Nevada. University of California Press, Berkeley. 202 pp.

Meinhold, P. R., M. Bersanelli, J. Childers, N. Figueiredo, T. C. Gaier, D. Haveli, G. G. Huey, M. Kangas, C. R. Lawrence, A. Levy, P. M. Lubin, M. Malaspina, N. Mandolesi, J. Marvil, J. Mejía, P. Natoli, I. O’Dwyer, H. O’Neill, S. Parendo, A. Pina, M. D. Seiffert, N. C. Stebor, C. Tello, F. Villa, T. Villela, L. A. Wade, B. D. Wandelt, B. Williams, and C. A. Wuensche. 2005. A Map of the Cosmic Microwave Background from the BEAST Experiment. Astrophysical Journal Supplement 158: 101-108. The astrophysics research program continues to the present day under the leadership of UCSB Professor Philip Lubin.

Pace, N., D. F. Rahlmann, A. M. Kodama, R. C. Mains, and B. W.Grunbaum. 1974. A monkey metabolism pod for space flight weightlessness studies. Life Sciences and Space Research 12: 149-157. In the 1970s, White Mountain Research Station [now White Mountain Reserve] received major support from NASA for preparing monkeys for space flights.

Powell, F. L., H. Shams, S. C. Hempleman, and G. S. Mitchell. 2004. Breathing in thin air: Acclimatization to altitude in ducks. Respiratory Physiology & Neurobiology 144: 225-235. White Mountain Research Station [now White Mountain Reserve] started as a place to study high altitude physiology, and this is only one of many articles on that subject in the reserves publication list.

Rundel, P. W., E. A. Graham, M. F. Allen, J. C. Fisher, and T. C. Harmon. 2009. Environmental sensor networks in ecological research. New Phytologist 182: 589–607. White Mountain Research Station [now White Mountain Reserve] has a long history as a site for testing new technologies, in this case, environmental sensor networks.

Scherer, H. H., W.G . Ernst, and R. B. Hanson. 2008. Geologic implications of new zircon U-Pb ages from the White Mountain Peak metavolcanic complex, eastern California. Tectonics 27, TC2002, doi:10.1029/2007TC002141. A detailed look at the geology of White Mountain Peak using new dating techniques.

Schulman, E. 1954. Longevity under adversity in conifers. Science 119: 396-399. Edmund Schulman documented the great longevity of bristlecone pines in the White Mountains and called attention to their value for the study of climatology.

Severinghaus, J. W., R. A. Mitchell, B. W. Richardson, and M. M Singer. 1963. Respiratory control at high altitude suggesting active transport regulation of CSF pH. Journal of Applied Physiology 18: 1155-1166. John Severinghaus and colleagues published many landmark articles on the physiology of breathing.

Smoot, G. F., III. 2007. Nobel Lecture: Cosmic microwave background radiation anisotropies: Their discovery and utilization. Reviews of Modern Physics 79: 1349-1379. George Smoots decade of work at White Mountain Research Station [now White Mountain Reserve] is one of the high points of a more than 60-year tradition of astrophysics research.

Van de Ven, C., S. B. Weiss, and W. G. Ernst. 2007. Plant species distributions under present conditions and forecasted for warmer climates in an arid mountain range. Earth Interactions 11: 1-33. This long-running project includes remote sensing, on-the-ground measurements of vegetation and microclimate, and modeling climate change effects.

Wehausen, J. D. 1996. Effects of mountain lion predation on bighorn sheep in the Sierra Nevada and Granite Mountains of California. Wildlife Society Bulletin 24: 471-79.

Wehausen, J. D. 1999. Rapid extinction of mountain sheep revisited. Conservation Biology 13: 378-384. White Mountain Research Station [now White Mountain Reserve] research scientist John Wehausen, an acknowledged authority on Sierra Nevada bighorn sheep, has worked for decades to understand the conservation biology and genetics of these endangered vertebrates.

Wilkinson, D. T. 1967. Measurement of the cosmic microwave background at 8.56-mm wavelength. Physical Review Letters 19: 1195-1198. Right after the discovery of thecosmic fireball(i.e.,big bang), astrophysicists flocked to Barcroft Field Station to make more accurate measurements.

Yilmaz C., D. M. Dane, and C. C. W. Hsia. 2007. Alveolar diffusion-perfusion interactions during high altitude residence in guinea pigs. Journal of Applied Physiology 102: 2179-2185. Effects of long-term hypoxia on lung development in guinea pigs raised at Barcroft Field Station.

Younger Lagoon Reserve

Weiner, R., and K. S. Norris. 1983. A Plan for a Natural Areas Reserve on the UC Santa Cruz Campus. Publication No. 12, Environmental Field Program, University of California, Santa Cruz.

Brown, M., and K. S. Norris. Campus Natural Reserve Committee. 1986. Academic Plan for the Campus Natural Areas Reserve, University of California, Santa Cruz.

Murphey, P. G. 1978. Collisella austrodigitalis sp nov.: A sibling species of limpet (Acmaeidae) discovered by electrophoresis. Biological Bulletin 155: 193-206.

Prest, H. F., and L. A. Jacobson. 1995. Passive sampling of water and coastal air via semipermeable membrane devices. Chemosphere 30: 1351-1361

Part III: Future Directions for the UC Natural Reserve System

Ackerly, D. D., S. R. Loarie, W. K. Cornwell, S. B. Weiss, H. Hamilton, R. Branciforte, and N. J. B. Kraft. 2010. The geography of climate change: Implications for conservation biogeography. Diversity and Distributions 16: 476-487.

Adventure•Risk•Challenge (ARC),

Bowen, G. M. and W-M. Roth. 2007. The practice of field ecology: Insights for science education. Research in Science Education 37: 171-187.

[State of] California, “Department of Finance,” demographic/reports/projections/p-1/

Dallman, P. R. 1998. Plant Life in the World’s Mediterranean Climates. California Native Plant Society and University of California Press, Sacramento and Berkeley. 257 pp.

Dayton, P.K. 2003. The importance of the natural sciences to conservation. The American Naturalist 162: 1-13.

Kraft, N. J. B., B. G. Baldwin, and D. D. Ackerly. 2010. Range size, taxon age and hotspots of neoendemism in the California flora. Diversity and Distributions 16: 403-413.

International Union for the Conservation of Nature, “Commission on Ecosystem Management,” about/union/commissions/ cem/cem_about/.

Leache, Adam L., Der-Shing A. Helmer, Craig Moritz. 2010. Phenotypic evolution in high-elevation populations of western fence lizards (Sceloporus occidentalis) in the Sierra Nevada Mountains. Biological Journal of the Linnaean Society 100: 630-641

Loarie, S. R., B. E. Carter, K. Hayhoe, S. McMahon, R. Moe, C. A. Knight, and D. D. Ackerly. 2008. Climate change and the future of California’s endemic flora. PLoS ONE 3 e2502, 18 pp.

Mathias, M. 1973. The value of natural areas. Fremontia 1: 3-6.

Moritz, C., J. Patton, C. Conroy, J. Parra, G. White, and S. Beissinger 2008. Impact of a century of climate change on small-mammal communities in Yosemite National Park, USA. Science 322: 261-264.

National Ecological Observatory Network,

Norris. K. S. 2010. Mountain Time — Reflections on the Natural World and Our Place in It. Lulu Press, 360 pp.

Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, “Millienium Seed Bank,”

Rubidge, E. M., Monahan, W. B., Parra, J. L., Cameron, S. E. and Brashares, J. S. 2011. The role of climate, habitat, and species co-occurrence as drivers of change in small mammal distributions over the past century. Global Change Biology 17: 696-708.

Sagehen Creek Field Station website

State of California, “Governor’s home page,”

Tingley, M.W., W.B. Monahan, S.R. Beissinger, and C. Moritz. 2009. Birds track their Grinnellian niche through a century of climate change. Proceedings of the National Academy of Science USA 106 (suppl. 2): 19637-19643.

Tingley, M.W., and S.R. Beissinger. 2009. Detecting range shifts from historical species occurrences: new perspectives on old data. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 24: 625-633.

University of California, Berkeley, Museum of Vertebrate Zoology, “The Grinnell Resurvey Project”,

University of California Natural Reserve System website

U.S. Bureau of Land Management, “Seeds of Success,” plants/sos/index.htm

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