The Jasper Ridge Global Change Experiment
JRGCE publications to date
(last updated October 2007)
|JRGCE home||Rillig MC, Wright SF, Shaw MR, Field CB. 2002. Artificial climate warming positively affects arbuscular mycorrhizae but decreases soil aggregate water stability in an annual grassland. Oikos 97(1): 52-58. Download pdf file.
Shaw MR, Zavaleta ES, Chiariello NR, Cleland EE, Mooney HA, Field CB. 2002. Grassland responses to global environmental changes suppressed by elevated CO2. Science 298: 1987-1990. Link to online version. Download pdf file.
Science published two letters to the editor that address the Shaw et al. 2002 article. These appear with a response from JRGCE researchers in Science 299: 1844-1845. Link to online version.
Zavaleta ES, Shaw MR, Chiariello NR, Mooney HA, Field CB. 2003. Additive effects of simulated climate changes, elevated CO2, and nitrogen deposition on grassland diversity. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 100: 7650-7654. Download pdf file.
Zavaleta ES, Thomas BD, Chiariello NR, Asner GP, Shaw MR, Field CB. 2003. Plants reverse warming effect on ecosystem water balance. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 100: 9892-9893. Download pdf file.
Zavaleta ES, Shaw MR, Chiariello NR, Thomas BD, Cleland, EE, Field CB, Mooney HA. 2003. Grassland responses to three years of elevated temperature, CO2, precipitation, and N deposition. Ecological Monographs 73: 585-604. Download pdf file.
Horz H-P, Barbrook A, Field CB, Bohannan BJM. 2004. Ammonia-oxidizing bacteria respond to multifactorial global change. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 101: 15136-15141. Download pdf file or supplementary material.
Horz H-P, Rich V, Avrahami S, Bohannan BJM. 2005. Methane-oxidizing bacteria in a California upland grassland soil: Diversity and response to simulated global change. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 71: 2642-2652.
Henry HAL, Cleland EE, Field CB, Vitousek PM. 2005. Interactive effects of elevated CO2, N deposition and climate change on plant litter quality in a California annual grassland. Oecologia 142(3): 465-473. Download pdf file.
Dukes JS, Chiariello NR, Cleland EE, Moore LA, Shaw MR, Thayer S, Tobeck T, Mooney HA, Field CB. 2005. Responses of grassland production to single and multiple global environmental changes. PLoS Biology 3(10): 1829-1837. (Article free to public from PLoS Biology, an open access journal. Synopsis for general audience also available). Article in pdf.
Henry HAL, Juarez JD, Field CB, Vitousek PM. 2005. Interactive effects of elevated CO2, N deposition and climate change on extracellular enzyme activity and soil density fractionation in a California annual grassland Global Change Biology 11(10): 1808-1815.
Cleland EE, Chiariello NR, Loarie SR, Mooney HA, Field CB. 2006. Diverse responses of phenology to global changes in a grassland ecosystem. PNAS 103: 13740-13744. Article in pdf.
Peters HA, Cleland EE, Mooney HA, Field CB. 2006. Herbivore control of annual grassland composition in current and future environments. Ecology Letters 9 (1): 86-94.
Cleland EE, Peters HA, Mooney HA, Field CB. 2006. Gastropod herbivory in response to elevated CO2 and N addition impacts plant community composition. Ecology 87 (3): 686-694.
Henry HAL, Chiariello NR, Vitousek PM, Mooney HA, Field CB. 2006. Interactive Effects of Fire, Elevated Carbon Dioxide, Nitrogen Deposition, and precipitation on a California Annual Grassland. Ecosystems 9(7): 1066-1075.
Barnard R, Le Roux X, Hungate BA, Cleland EE, Blankinship JC, Barthes L, Leadley PW. 2006. Several components of global change alter nitrifying and denitrifying activities in an annual grassland. Functional Ecology 20 (4): 557-564. Download pdf file.
Peters HA, Hsu G, Cleland EE, Chiariello NR, Mooney HA, Field CB. 2007. Responses of temporal distribution of gastropods to individual and combined effects of elevated CO2 and N deposition in annual grassland. Acta Oecologia 31(3): 343-352.
Menge DNL, Field CB. 2007. Simulated global changes alter phosphorus demand in annual grassland. Global Change Biology (OnlineEarly Articles). doi:10.1111/j.1365-2486.2007.01456.x