Drought-Net Publications

Alon, M., M. Sternberg. 2019. Effects of extreme drought on primary production, species composition and species diversity of a Mediterranean annual plant community. Journal of Vegetation Science 30: 1045:1054.

Hilton, T.W., M.E. Loik, J.E. Campbell. 2019. Simulating International Drought Experiment field observations using the community land model. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 266-267: 173-183.

Felton, A.J. and M.D. Smith. 2017. Plant ecological responses to climate extremes from the individual to the ecosystem level.  Proceedings of the Royal Society Philosophical Transactions B 372: 20160142.  

Breshears, D.D., A.K. Knapp, D.J. Law, M.D. Smith, D. Twidwell, and C.L. Wonkka. 2016. Rangeland responses to predicted increases in drought extremity. Rangelands 38: 191-196.

Knapp, A.K., D.L. Hoover, K.R. Wilcox, M.L. Avolio, S.E. Koerner, K.J. La Pierre, M.E. Loik, Y. Lou, O.E. Sala, and M.D. Smith. 2015. Characterizing differences in precipitation regimes of extreme wet and dry years: implications for climate change experiments. Global Change Biology 21: 2624-2633.

Knapp, A.K., M.L. Avolio, C. Beier, C.JW. Carroll, S.L. Collins, J.S. Dukes, L.H. Fraser, R.J. Griffin-Nolan, D.L. Hoover, M.E. Loik, R.P. Phillips, A.K. Post, O.E. Sala, I.J. Slette, L. Yahdjian, and M.D. Smith. 2017. Pushing precipitation to the extremes in distributed experiments: recommendations for simulating wet and dry years. Global Change Biology 23: 1774-1782.

Knapp, A.K., P. Ciais, M.D. Smith. 2017. Reconciling inconsistencies in precipitation-productivity relationships: implications for climate change. New​ Phytologist 214: 41-47.

Lemoine, N.P., J. Sheffield, J.S. Dukes, A.K. Knapp, and M.D. Smith. 2016. Terrestrial Precipitation Analysis (TPA): a resource for characterizing long-term precipitation regimes and extremes. Methods in Ecology and Evolution 7: 1396-1401.

Smith, M.D., K.R. Wilcox, S.A. Power, D.T. Tissue, and A.K. Knapp. 2017. Assessing community and ecosystem sensitivity to climate change – toward a more comparative approach. Journal of Vegetation Science 28: 235-237.