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Strickland, M.S., D. Hawlena, A. Reese, M.A. Bradford and O.J. Schmitz. 2013. Trophic cascade alters ecosystem carbon exchange. Proceedings of the National Academy of Science USA in press.
Duguid, M.C., Frey, B.R., Ellum, D.S., Kelty, M., Ashton, M.S., 2013. The influence of ground disturbance and gap position on understory plant diversity in upland forests of southern New England, Forest Ecology and Management, Volume 303: 148-159.
Schmitz, O.J., M. A. Bradford, M.S. Strickland and D. Hawlena. 2013. Linking predation risk, herbivore physiological stress and microbial decomposition of plant litter. Journal of Visualized Experiments 73: e50061. doi:10.3791/50061.
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