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Blue Oak Ranch Reserve

Bainbridge, S., and T. Kan. 1997. Botanical survey of the Blue Oak Ranch, Santa Clara County, California.

Benson, B. J., B. J. Bond, M. P. Hamilton, R. K. Monson, and R. Han. 2010. Perspectives on next generation technology for environmental sensor networks. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 8: 193–200.

Fry, D. L. 2008. Prescribed fire effects on deciduous oak woodland stand structure, northern Diablo Range, California. Rangeland Ecology and Management 61: 294-301.

Huck, K. L. 2010. Reproductive den habitat characterization of American badgers (Taxidea taxus) in Central California. Master’s Thesis, San José State University, San Jose, CA.

Stumpf, U. E. 2010. Influence of slope position and mistletoe infestation on water relations of oak trees (Quercus lobata (Nee.)) measured by traditional methods in comparison to aerial SAVI images. Thesis, Universität Trier, Trier, Germany.

University of California, Natural Reserve System, “Blue Oak Ranch Reserve,”

Wilcox, J. T., and D. H. Van Vuren. 2009. Wild pigs as predators in oak woodlands of California. Journal of Mammalogy 90: 114–118.

Wilcox, J. T. 2010. Actinemys marmorata western pond turtle predation. Herpetological Review 41: 212.

Bodega Marine Reserve

Alpert, P., and J. L. Maron. 2000. Carbon addition as a counter-measure against biological invasion by plants. Biological Invasions 2: 33-40.

Danin, A., S. Raie, M. Barbour, N. Jurjavcic, P. Connors, and E. Uhlinger. 1998. Early primary succession on dunes at Bodega Head, California. Madroño 45: 101-109.

Dawson, M. N., R. K. Grosberg, Y. E. Stuart, and E. Sanford 2010. Population genetic analysis of a recent range expansion: mechanisms regulating the poleward range limit in the volcano barnacle Tetraclita rubescens. Molecular Ecology 19: 1585-1605.

Ferber, M. C., and B. Gaylord. 2008. Flexibility foils filter function: structural limitations on suspension feeding. Journal of Experimental Biology 211: 3563-3572.

Goodson J. L., and A. H. Bass. 2000. Forebrain peptides modulate sexually polymorphic vocal circuitry. Nature 403: 769-772.

Grosberg, R. K., and D. J. Ayre. 1997. Is there a relationship between multilocus homozygosity and dominance rank in sea anemones? American Naturalist 149: 790-793.

Hastings, A., and L. W. Botsford. 1999. Equivalence in yield from marine reserves and traditional fisheries management. Science 284: 1537-1538.

Herring, M. 1987. Bodega Marine Reserve. University of California Natural Reserve System, Oakland, CA. 8 pp.

Hughes, A. R., R. J. Best, and J. J. Stachowicz. 2010. Genotypic diversity and grazer identity interactively influence seagrass and grazer biomass. Marine Ecology Progress Series 403: 43-51.

Karban, R., and P. de Valpine. 2010. Population dynamics of an Arctiid caterpillar-tachinid parasitoid system using state-space models. Journal of Animal Ecology 79: 650-661.

Knapp, E. E., and P. G. Connors. 1999. Genetic consequences of a single-founder population bottleneck in Trifolium amoenum (Fabaceae). American Journal of Botany 86: 124-130.

Maron J. L., and R. L. Jefferies, 1999 Bush lupine mortality, altered resource availability, and alternative vegetation states. Ecology 80: 443-454.

Marvier, M. A. 1998. Parasite impacts on host communities: plant parasitism in a California coastal prairie. Ecology 79: 2616-2623.

Miller, W. B., and A. E. Weis. 1999. Adaptation of coyote brush to the abiotic environment and its effects on susceptibility to a gall-making midge. Oikos 84: 199-208.

Morgan, S. G., J. L. Fisher, S. H. Miller, S. T. McAfee, and J. L. Largier. 2009. Nearshore larval retention in a region of strong upwelling and recruitment limitation. Ecology 90: 3489-3502.

Pincebourde, S., E. Sanford, and B. Helmuth. 2009. An intertidal sea star adjusts thermal inertia to avoid extreme body temperatures. American Naturalist 174: 890-897.

Ruiz, G. M., P. Fofonoff, A. H. Hines, and E. D. Grosholz. 1999. Nonindigenous species as stressors in estuarine and marine communities: assessing invasion impacts and interactions. Limnology and Oceanography 44: 950-972.

Sanford, E., and D. J. Worth. 2009. Genetic differences among populations of a marine snail drive geographic variation in predation. Ecology 90: 3108-3118.

Strauss, S. Y., D. Siemens, M. B. Decher, and T. Mitchell-Olds. 1999. Ecological costs of resistance to herbivores in the currency of pollination. Evolution 53: 1105-1113.

Strong, D. R., and R. Pemberton. 2000. Biological control of invading species – risk and reform. Science 288: 1969-1970.

University of California, Natural Reserve System, “Bodega Marine Reserve,”

Vila, M., and C. M. D'Antonio. 1998. Fruit choice and seed dispersal of invasive vs. noninvasive Carpobrotus (Aizoaceae) in coastal California. Ecology 79: 1053-1060.

Waycott, M., C. M. Duarte, T. J. B. Carruthers, R. J. Orth, W. C. Dennison, S. Olyarnik, A. Calladine, J. W. Fourqurean, K. L. Heck, A. R. Hughes, G. A. Kendrick, W. J. Kenworthy, F. T. Short, and S. L. Williams. 2009. Accelerating loss of seagrasses across the globe threatens coastal ecosystems. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 106: 12377-12381.

White, J. W., L. W. Botsford, A. Hastings, and J. L. Largier. 2010. Population persistence in marine reserve networks: incorporating spatial heterogeneities in larval dispersal. Marine Ecology Progress Series 298: 49-67.

Wing, S. R., and M. R. Patterson. 1993. Effects of wave-induced lightflecks in the intertidal zone on photosynthesis in the macroalgae Postelsia palmaeformis and Hedophyllum sessile (Phaeophyceae). Marine Biology 116: 519-525.

Box Springs Reserve

Anonymous. 1961. Mimeo entitled “Excerpts from Application for Land for Recreation or Public Purposes, 1961.” Box Springs, NRS project files, Oakland.

Fenn, M. E., J. S. Baron, E. B. Allen, H. M. Rueth, K. R. Nydick, L. Geiser, W. D. Bowman, J. O. Sickman, T. Meixner, D. W. Johnson, and P. Neitlich. 2003. Ecological effects of nitrogen deposition in the Western United States. BioScience 53: 404-420.

Rao, L. E., and E. B. Allen. 2010. Nitrogen mineralization across an atmospheric nitrogen deposition gradient in southern California deserts. Journal of Arid Environments 73: 920-930.

University of California, Natural Reserve System, “Box Springs Reserve,”

Philip L. Boyd Deep Canyon Desert Research Center

Alberts, A. C. 1992. Density-dependent scent gland activity in desert iguanas. Animal Behavior 44: 774-776.

Bealor, M. T., and C. O. N. Krekorian. 2002. Chemosensory identification of lizard-eating snakes in the desert iguana, Dipsosaurus dorsalis (Squamata: Iguanidae). Journal of Herpetology 36: 9-15.

Chappell, M. 1984.Temperature regulation and energetics of the solitary bee Centris pallida during foraging and intermale mate competition. Physiological Zoology 57: 215-225.

Miyoko, C. 2001. Heterospecific responses to scream calls and vocal mimicry by Phainopeplas (Phainopepla nitens) in distress. Behaviour 138: 775-787.

Clark, C. J., and T. J. Feo. 2010. Why do Calypte hummingbirds “sing” with both their tail and their syrinx? An apparent example of a sexual sensory bias. American Naturalist 175: 27-37.

Crosbie, P. R., W. L. Goff, D. Stiller, D. A. Jessup, and W. M. Boyce. 1997. The distribution of Dermacentor hunteri and Anaplasma sp. in desert bighorn sheep (Ovis canadensis). Journal of Parasitology 83: 31-37.

Durtsche, R. D. 1995. Foraging ecology of the fringe-toed lizard, Uma inornata, during periods of high and low food abundance. Copeia 1995: 915-926.

Fuller, P. J., and M. E. Hay. 1983. Is glue production by seeds of Salvia columbariae a deterrent to desert granivores? Ecology 64: 960-963.

Gee, J. M. 2003. How a hybrid zone is maintained: behavioral mechanisms of interbreeding between California and Gambel's quail (Callipepla californica and C. gambelii). Evolution 57: 2407-2415.

Graham, E. A., and P. S. Nobel. 1996. Long-term effects of a doubled atmospheric CO2 concentration on the CAM species Agave deserti. Journal of Experimental Botany 47: 61-67.

Green, D. B., and W. J. McClintock. 2008. Remember the third dimension: Terrain modeling improves estimates of snake home range size. Copeia 2008: 801-806.

Herring, M. 1991. Philip L. Boyd Deep Canyon Desert Research Center. University of California Natural Reserve System, Oakland, CA. 8 pp.

Houtman, Anne, personal website, “Hummingbird Research”

Mayhew, W. W. 1965. Reproduction in the sand-dwelling lizard Uma inornata. Herpetologica 21: 39-55.

--------. 1961. Photoperiodic responses of female fringe-toad lizards. Science 143: 2104-2105.

Hay, M. E., and P. J. Fuller. 1981. Seed escape from heteromyid rodents: The importance of microhabitat and seed preference. Ecology 62: 1395-1399.

Kelly, A. E., and M. L. Goulden. 2008. Rapid shifts in plant distribution with recent climate change. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 103: 11823-11826.

Mooney, H. A., and B. R. Strain. 1964. Bark photosynthesis in ocotillo. Madroño 17: 230-233.

Muth, A. 1980. Physiological ecology of desert iguana (Dipsosaurus dorsalis) eggs: temperature and water relations. Ecology 61: 1335-1343.

--------. 1981. Water relations of desert iguana (Dipsosaurus dorsalis) eggs. Physiological Zoology 54: 441-451.

Nobel, P. S. 1982. Low-temperature tolerance and cold hardening of cacti. Ecology 63: 1650-1656.

--------. 1990. Soil O2 and CO2 effects on apparent cell viability for roots of desert succulents. Journal of Experimental Botany 41: 1031-1038.

Spurrier, S. E., and K. G. Smith. 2006. Watering blue palo verde (Cercidium floridum) affects berry maturation of parasitic desert mistletoe (Phoradendron californicum) during an extreme drought in the Mojave Desert. Journal of Arid Environments 64: 369-373.

Tevis, L. 1958. A population of desert ephemerals germinated by less than one inch of rain. Ecology 39: 688-694.

Ting, I. P. and B. Jennings. 1976. Deep Canyon, A Desert Wilderness for Science. University of California, Riverside. 177 pp.

Tsunemi, Y., and G. A. Polis, 1995. Geographical analysis of scorpion populations on habitat islands. Heredity 75: 495-505.

Turner, J. C. 1978. Cemental annulations as an age criterion in North American sheep. Journal of Wildlife Management 41: 211-217.

University of California, Natural Reserve System, “Boyd Deep Canyon Desert Research Center,”

Westman, W. E. 1983. Xeric mediterranean-type shrubland associations of Alta and Baja California and the community/continuum debate. Vegetatio 52: 3-19.

Woodhouse, R. M., J. G. Williams, and P. S. Nobel. 1980. Leaf orientation, radiation interception, and nocturnal acidity increases by the CAM plant Agave deserti (Agavaceae). American Journal of Botany 67: 1179-1185.

--------, --------, and --------. 1983. Simulation of plant temperature and water loss by the desert succulent, Agave deserti. Oecologia 57: 291-297.

Yamashita T., and G. A. Polis. 1995. A test of the central-marginal model using sand scorpion populations (Paruroctonus mesaensis, Vaejovidae). Journal of Arachnology 23: 60-64.

Young, D. R., and P. S. Nobel, 1986. Predictions of soil-water potentials in the north-western Sonoran Desert. Journal of Ecology 74: 143-154.

Burns Piñon Ridge Reserve

Chandler, D. S., and M. S. Caterino. 2011. A taxonomic revision of the New World genus Oropodes Casey (Coleoperta, Staphylinidae, Pselaphinae). ZooKeys 147: 425-477.

Hopp, K. J., and M.S. Caterino. 2009. Seven new species of Cephennium Muller & Kunze (Coleoptera, Staphyinidae, Sedmaeninae, Cephenniini) from California with a key to native North American Species. ZooKeys 24: 31-54.

Loik, M. E. 2008. The effect of cactus spines on light interception and Photosystem II for three sympatric species of Opuntia from the Mojave Desert. Physiologia Plantarum 134: 87-98.

Schakaraschwili, G. V. 1986. Flock size, foraging and vigilance in Gambel’s Quail. Master’s Thesis, University of California, Irvine.

Smith-Downey, N. V., J. T. Randerson, and J. M. Eiler. 2008. Molecular hydrogen uptake by soils in forest, desert, and marsh ecosystems in California. Journal of Geophysical Research 11: G0307.

Thompson, S. D. 1980. Microhabitat use, foraging behavior, energetics and community structure of Heteromyid rodents. Ph.D. Dissertation, University of California, Irvine.

University of California, Natural Reserve System, “Burns Piñon Ridge Reserve,”

Carpinteria Salt Marsh Reserve

Bano, N., A. D. Smith, W. Bennett, L. Vasquez, and J. T. Hollibaugh. 2007. Dominance of Mycoplasma in the guts of the long-jawed mudsucker, Gillichthys mirabilis, from five California salt marshes. Environmental Microbiology 9: 2636-2641.

Callaway, R. M. 1994. Facilitative and interfering effects of Arthrocnemum subterminale on winter annuals. Ecology 75: 681-686.

Callaway, R. M., S. Jones, W. R. Ferren, Jr., and A. Parikh. 1990 Ecology of a Mediterranean-climate estuarine wetland at Carpinteria, California: Plant distributions and soil salinity in the upper marsh. Canadian Journal of Botany 68: 1139-1146.

Dugan, J. E., A. M. Wenner, and D. M. Hubbard. 1991. Geographic variation in the reproductive biology of the sand crab, Emerita analoga (Stimpson), on the California coast. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 150: 63-81.

Herring, M. 1991. Carpinteria Salt Marsh Reserve. University of California Natural Reserve System, Oakland, CA. 4 pp.

Ferren, W. R., Jr. 2009. Carpinteria Salt Marsh: Environment, History and Botanical Resources of a Southern California Estuary. The Herbarium, University of California, Santa Barbara, Publication No. 4. 300 pp.

Jackson, P. A., and R. S. Yeats. 1982. Structural evolution of Carpinteria basin, Western Transverse Ranges, California. American Journal of Petroleum Geologists Bulletin 66: 805-829.

Kuris, A. M., and K. D. Lafferty. 1994. Community structure: Larval trematodes in snail hosts. Annual Review of Ecology and Systematics 25: 189-217.

Lafferty, K. D. 1992. Foraging on prey that are modified by parasites. American Naturalist 140: 854-867.

Lafferty, K. D., A. P. Dobson, and A. M. Kuris. 2006. Parasites dominate food web links. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 103: 11211-11216.

Lafferty, K. D., D. T. Sammond, and A. M. Kuris. 1994. Analysis of larval trematode communities. Ecology 75: 2275-2285.

Lafferty, K. D., and A. K. Morris. 1996. Altered behavior of parasitized killifish increases susceptibility to predation by bird final hosts. Ecology 77: 1390-1397.

Massey, B. M., and R. Zembal. 1987. Vocalizations of the light-footed clapper rails. Journal of Field Ornithology 58: 32-40.

Mazer, S. J., and V. A. DelaSalle. 1996. Temporal instability of genetic components of flora trait variation: Maternal family and population effects in Spergularia marina (Caryophyllaceae). Evolution 50: 2509-2515.

Norris, K. S. 1966. A Priority System for Acquisition of Natural Land and Water Reserves System Holdings. Report to NRS Universitywide Advisory Committee. Mimeo.

Ornduff, R. 1966. A biosystematic survey of the goldfield genus Lasthenia (Compositae: Helenieae). University of California Publication in Botany 40: 1-92.

Page, H. M., J. E. Dugan, and D.M. Hubbard. 1992. Comparative effects of infaunal bivalves on an epibenthic microalgal community. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 157: 247-262.

Page, H. M., R. L. Petty, and D. E. Meade. 1995. Influence of watershed runoff on nutrient dynamics in a Southern California salt marsh. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 41: 163-180.

Pennings, S. C., and R. M. Callaway. 1992. Salt marsh plant zonation: The relative importance of competition and physical factors. Ecology 73: 681-690.

Sadro, S., M. Gastil-Buhl, and J. Melack. 2007. Characterizing patterns of plant distribution in a southern California salt marsh using remotely sensed topographic and hyperspectral data and local tidal fluctuations. Remote Sensing of Environment 110: 226-239.

University of California, Natural Reserve System, “Carpinteria Salt Marsh Reserve,”

Zembal, R., and B. W. Massey. 1987. Seasonality of vocalizations by light-footed clapper rails. Journal of Field Ornithology 58: 41-48.

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