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Covey, K.R., Wood, S.A., Warren, R.J., Lee, X., Bradford, M.A., 2012, Elevated methane concentrations in trees of an upland forest. Geophysical Research Letters, 39.
Hawlena, D., M.S. Strickland, M.A. Bradford, and O.J. Schmitz. 2012. Fear of predation slows litter decomposition. Science 336:1434-1438.
Brady, S. P. 2012. Road to evolution? Local adaptation to road adjacency in an amphibian (Ambystoma maculatum). Sci. Rep. 2.
Hawlena, D., Hughes K. M., and Schmitz O. J. 2011. Trophic trait plasticity in response to changes in resource availability and predation risk. Functional Ecology. 25 (4): 1-9.
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