Lessons Learned for Riparian Habitat Restoration Along the Rio Grande in Southern New Mexico and West Texas   Elizabeth Verde
  Wildfire Ready Watersheds   Chris Sturm1 1Watershed Program Director, Colorado Water Conservation Board  

Statwick et al. 2016

Abstract:

The relationships between selenium dosage and tissue concentrations matched only some model predictions. Under these conditions, the bioconcentration factor was a better delimiter between species than the absolute tissue concentration. We provide evidence that despite the apparent cost of uptake, selenium can enhance the growth of hyperaccumulators even when herbivory is not a significant factor. We propose the term "elemental stimulation" for this phenomenon.

 

Statwick and Sher 2017

Abstract:

Henry et al. 2018

In this study, we employ multi-scale analysis (Moran’s Eigenvector Maps) to better understand the variation in tree canopy exposed to defoliation by a biocontrol beetle (Diorhabda spp.).

Gonzalez et al. 2015

This paper reports on the comparison of seed dispersal patterns, germinability, longevity, and establishment between 3 dominant European riparian tree species.

Vegetation response to invasive Tamarix control in southwestern U.S. rivers: a collaborative study including 416 sites

Gonzalez et al. 2017

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Gathering Information on the Future of Snow and Water for Adaptation Planning on National Forests   Charles Luce1   1US Forest Service    <
A Score of Changes and More in Store   Dave Kanzer1   1Colorado River District
Stream Management Plans in Colorado: Progress at 5 Years   Nicole Seltzer1, Stacy Beaugh2, Kim Lennberg3   1River Network, Oak Creek, CO, USA;