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SELECTED RECENT LUECI PUBLICATIONS

2007

Anselmetti, F.S., D.A. Hodell, D. Ariztegui, M. Brenner, and M. Rosenmeier.  2007.  Quantification of soil erosion rates related to ancient Maya deforestation.  Geology 35:915-918. doi: 10.1130/G23834A.1.

Brenner, M., J.M. Smoak, D.A. Leeper, M. Streubert, and S.M. Baker. 2007.  Radium-226 accumulation in Florida freshwater mussels.  Limnology and Oceanography 52:1614-1623.

Hodell, D.A., M. Brenner, and J.H. Curtis.  2007.  Climate and cultural history of the northeastern Yucatan Peninsula, Quintana Roo, Mexico.  Climatic Change 83:215-240. DOI 10.1007/s10584-006-9177-4.

Southworth, Jane, M. Binford, A. Goldman, E. Binford, C. Chapman, L. Chapman, J. Hartter. /Submitted 10 January 2007./ Landscape fragmentation in and around Kibale National Park, Uganda – the footprint of the agricultural landscape. /Applied Geography/. 35 MS pages.

Zhang, G., Chr. Thomas, M.Y. Leclerc, A. Karipot, H. L. Gholz^ , M. Binford^ , and Th. Foken. s/ubmitted/. On the effect of clearcuts on turbulence structure above a forest canopy. Submitted to /Journal of Geophysical Research-Atmospheres/. 28 MS pages.

Michael J. Heckenberger, J. Christian Russell, Joshua R. Toney and Morgan J. Schmidt.  The legacy of cultural landscapes in the Brazilian Amazon: implications for biodiversity. Phil. Trans. R. Soc. B (2007) 362, 197–208.

Prabha, T. V., A. Karipot and M.W. Binford. 2007. Characteristics of secondary circulations over an inhomogeneous surface simulated with large-eddy simulation. /Boundary-Layer Meteorol./ 123:239-261/./

Zhang, G., Chr. Thomas, M.Y. Leclerc, A. Karipot, H. L. Gholz , M. Binford , and Th. Foken. 2007. On the effect of clearcuts on turbulence structure above a forest canopy. /Theor. Appl. Climatol/. 88, 133–137

Quesada, M. E., and M. Marsik. 2007. Indicadores físicogeograficos en el análisis de cuencas hidrográficas y su aplicación a la microcuenca Estero, Costa Rica. Revista Avances en Recursos Hidráulicos. No15:11-22. Universidad Nacional de Colombia, Medellín, Colombia.

Martin, Jonathan B., and *Moore, Paul J., in press, Water circulation in carbonate platforms: Evidence from Sr concentrations and isotope ratios, San Salvador Island and Long Island, Bahamas, Chemical Geology.


Cable, J.E. and Martin, J.B., 2007, In Situ Evaluation of Nearshore Marine and Fresh Porewater Transport into Flamengo Bay, Brazil, Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science, 76: 473-483.


*Smith, Christopher G., Cable, Jaye E., Martin, Jonathan B., *Roy, Moutusi, and Cherrier, Jennifer, In press, Mixing in the subterranean estuary:  a comparison of Radon-222 pore water models, Limnology and Oceanography.
Oberdorfer, J.A., Charette, M., Allen, M., Martin, J.B., Cable, J.E., in press, Hydrogeology and geochemistry of the near-shore submarine groundwater discharge at Flamengo Bay, Ubatuba, Brazil, Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science.


Martin, J.B., Cable, J.E., *Smith, C., *Roy, M., Cherrier, J., 2007, Magnitudes of submarine ground water discharge from marine and terrestrial sources: Indian River Lagoon, Florida, Water Resources Research, V. 43, W05440, doi:10.1029/2006WR005266, 2007.


*McGowan, K.T., and Martin, J.B., 2007, Chemical composition and spatial distribution of mangrove-generated brines: Interactions with and influences on submarine ground water discharge, Marine Chemistry, 104: 58-68


*Bhadha, J., Martin, J.B., Jaeger, J., *Lindenberg, M., Cable, J., 2007, Re-circulation of shallow lagoon water and its significance on chemical fluxes in the Banana River Lagoon, Florida, Journal of Coastal Research, 23: 878-891.

Castaneda H, Putz F (2007) PREDICTING SEA-LEVEL RISE EFFECTS ON A NATURE PRESERVE ON THE GULF COAST OF FLORIDA: A LANDSCAPE PERSPECTIVE. Florida Scientist: Vol. 70, No. 2 pp. 166–175

 

2006

Southworth, J., G.S. Cumming, M. Marsik, and *M.W. Binford*. 2006. Linking Spatial and Temporal Variation at Multiple Scales in a Heterogeneous Landscape. /Professional Geographer /58:406-420.

*Weng, C., M.B. Bush, J.H. Curtis, A.L. Kolata, T.D. Dillehay, *M.W. Binford*. 2006 Deglaciation and Holocene climate change in the western Peruvian Andes. /Quaternary Research./66:87-96.

*Shearer, A.W., D.A. Mouat, S.D. Bassett, *M.W. Binford*, C.W. Johnson, and J.A. Saarinen1 . 2006. Examining development-related uncertainties for environmental management: Strategic planning scenarios in southern California. /Landscape and Urban Planning/ 77:359-381.//

**Binford, M.W*. and R. Karty. 2006. Riparian greenways and water resources. Ch. 4 in D.A. Smith (ed.). Ecology of Greenways. 2^nd Ed. Island Press. Washington, D.C.**

**Binford, M.W*., H.L. Gholz, G. Starr, and T.A. Martin. 2006. Regional carbon dynamics of the Southeastern Coastal Plain: balancing ecosystem type, timber harvesting, environmental variation, and fire. /J. Geophys. Res. /111, D24S92, doi:10.1029/2005JD006820.

*Loescher, H.W., Starr, G., Martin, T.A., *Binford, M.,* Gholz, H.L, 2006 The effect of local atmospheric circulations on daytime carbon dioxide flux measurements over a /Pinus elliottii/ canopy. /Agricultural and Forest Meteorology/, 45: 1127-1140

Whitmore, T.J., M. Brenner, K.V. Kolasa, W.F. Kenney, M.A. Riedinger-Whitmore, and J.H. Curtis.  2006.  Inadvertent alkalization of a Florida lake caused by increased nutrient and solute loading to its watershed.  Journal of Paleolimnology 36:353-370.

Brenner, M. T.J. Whitmore, M.A. Riedinger-Whitmore, B. DeArmond, D.A. Leeper. W.F. Kenney, J.H. Curtis, and B. Shumate.  2006. Geochemical and biological consequences of groundwater augmentation in lakes of west-central Florida (USA).  Journal of Paleolimnology 36:371-383.

DeArmond, B.S. M. Brenner, W.F. Kenney, D.A. Leeper, J. M. Smoak, J.H. Curtis, B.C. Shumate, and D.G. Buck.  2006.  Radium-226 accumulation in sediments of a groundwater-augmented lake near Tampa, Florida, USA. Verh. Internat. Verein. Limnol. 29:1275-1279.

Anselmetti, F.S., D. Ariztegui, D.A. Hodell, A. Gilli, M.B. Hillesheim, M. Brenner, and J.A. McKenzie.  2006.  Late Quaternary climate-induced lake level variations in Lake Petén Itzá, Guatemala, inferred from seismic stratigraphic analysis. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 230:52-69.

Brenner, M. D.A. Hodell, J. H. Curtis, W.F. Kenney, B. Gu, J.M. Newman,  and B.W. Leyden.  2006.  Mechanisms for organic matter and phosphorus burial in sediments of a shallow, subtropical, macrophyte-dominated lake.  Journal of Paleolimnology 35:129-148.

Langholtz, M., Carter, D.R., Marsik, M., Schroeder, R.. 2006. Application of ArcGIS Network Analyst to assess the economic availability of renewable biofuels. ArcUser, October-December.

Quesada, M. E., and Marsik, M., 2006. Evaluación de la precisión vertical de un modelo de elevación digital. Revista Cartográfica del Instituto Panamericano de Geografía e Historia, No82:137-156.

Marsik, M., and Waylen, P.R, 2006. An Application of the Distributed Hydrologic Model CASC2D to a Tropical Montane Watershed. Journal of Hydrology, 330(3-4):481-495.

Cable, J.E., Martin, J.B., and Taniguchi, M., 2006, A review of submarine ground water discharge: Biogeochemical inputs and leaky coastlines, in I.S. Zekster, R.G. Dzhamalov, and L.G. Everett (eds.) Monograph on Submarine Groundwater, (eds), CRC Press, p. 23-45.


Corbett, D.R., Cable, J.E., and Martin, J.B., 2006, Direct measurements of submarine ground water discharge using seepage meters, in I.S. Zekster, R.G. Dzhamalov, and L.G. Everett Monograph on Submarine Groundwater, (eds), CRC Press, p. 95-109.


Martin, J.B., Cable, J.E., Jaeger, J., *Hartl, K., and *Smith, C.G., 2006, Thermal and chemical evidence for rapid water exchange across the sediment-water interface by bioirrigation in the Indian River Lagoon, Florida, Limnology and Oceanography, 51: 1332-1341.


*Martin, J.M., Screaton, E.J., and Martin, J.B., 2006, Monitoring well responses to karst conduit head fluctuations: Implications for fluid exchange and matrix transmissivity in the Floridan Aquifer, in Harmon, R.S. and Wicks, C, eds., Perspectives on karst geomorphology, hydrology, and geochemistry – A tribute volume to Derek D. Ford and William B. White: Geological Soc. Am. Special Publication 404, p. 209-217.

Schelske C. L., F. J. Aldridge, H. J. Carrick, and M. F. Coveney.  2006.  Reply--Net production and heterotrophy in Lake Apopka:  A reply to Bachmann et alArchiv Hydrobiol. 166:565-576.

Schelske, C. L. 2006. Comment on the origin of the “fluid mud layer” in Lake Apopka, Florida. Limnol. Oceanogr. 51:2472-2480.
Gu, B. H., A. D. Chapman, and C. L. Schelske. 2006. Factors controlling seasonal variations in stable isotope composition of particulate organic matter in a soft water eutrophic lake. Limnol. Oceanogr. 51:2837-2848.

Schelske, C. L., E. F. Stoermer, and W. F. Kenney. 2006. Historic low-level phosphorus enrichment in the Great Lakes inferred from biogenic silica accumulation in sediment. Limnol. Oceanogr. 51:728-748.

 

2005

 

Cumming, G.S. G. Barnes, S. Perz, M. Schmink, K. E. Sieving, J. Southworth, _M. Binford_, R.D. Holt, C. Stickler, and T. Van Holt. 2005. An Exploratory Framework for the Empirical Measurement of Resilience. /Ecosystems/ 8(8): 975-987.

Riedinger-Whitmore, M.A., T.J. Whitmore, M. Brenner, A. Moore, J.M. Smoak, J.H. Curtis, and C.L. Schelske.  2005.  Cyanobacterial proliferation is a recent response to eutrophication in many Florida lakes: a paleolimnological assessment.  Lake and Reservoir Management 21:423-435.

Buck, D.G., M. Brenner, D.A. Hodell, J.H. Curtis, J.B. Martin, and M. Pagani.  2005.  Physical and chemical properties of hypersaline Lago Enriquillo, Dominican Republic. Verh. Internat. Verein. Limnol.  29(2):725-731.

Hillesheim, M.B., D.A. Hodell, B.W. Leyden, M. Brenner, J.H. Curtis, F.S. Anselmetti, D. Ariztegui, D.G. Buck, T.P. Guilderson, M.F. Rosenmeier, and D.W. Schnurrenberger.  2005.  Lowland neotropical climate change during the late deglacial and early Holocene.  Journal of Quaternary Science 20:363-376.

Schelske, C.A., E.F. Lowe, L.E. Battoe, M. Brenner, M.F. Coveney, and W.F. Kenney.  2005. Rapid biological response to hydrologic and land-use changes in Lake Apopka, Florida, USA.  Ambio 34:192-198.

Hodell, D.A., M. Brenner, and J.H. Curtis.  2005.  Terminal Classic drought in the northern Maya Lowlands inferred from multiple sediment cores in Lake Chichancanab (Mexico).  Quaternary Science Reviews 24:1413-1427.

Hodell, D.A., M. Brenner, J.H. Curtis, R. Medina-Gonzalez, M.F. Rosenmeier, T.P. Guilderson, E.I. Chan-Can, and A. Albornaz-Pat.  2005.  Climate change on the Yucatan Peninsula during the Little Ice Age.  Quaternary Research 63:109-121.

Escobar, J., Martinez, J. I., Parra, N.  2005. Thecamoebians (testaceous rhizopods) from a tropical lake: La Fe Reservoir, Antioquia, Colombia. Caldasia 27(2), 293-298.

Escobar, J., Restrepo, J. C., Martinez, J. I.  2005. Paleolimnology as a tool for the study and management of reservoirs. Gestion y Ambiente 8(2), 51-59. In Spanish

Gieskes, J., Mahn, C., *Day, S., Martin, J.B., Greinert, J., and Rathburn, A.E., and McAdoo, B, 2005, A study of the chemistry of pore fluids and authigenic carbonates in methane seep environments: Kodiak Trench, Hydrate Ridge, Monterey Bay and Eel River Basin, Chemical Geology 220:329-345


*Buck, D.G., Brenner, M., Hodell, D.A., Curtis, J.H., Martin, J.B., Pagani, M., 2005, Physical and chemical properties of hypersaline Lago Enriquillo, Dominican Republic, Verh. Internat. Verein. Limnol, 29:725-731.

2004

 

Binford, M.W., T.J. Lee, R.M. Townsend. 2004 Sampling Design for an Integrated Socio-Economic and Ecologic Survey Using Satellite Remote Sensing and Ordination. Proceedings of the National Academy of Science. 101:11517-11522.

Jensen, R.R. and M.W. Binford. 2004. Measurement and Comparison of Leaf Area Index Estimators Derived from Satellite Remote Sensing Techniques. International Journal of Remote Sensing 25(20):4251-4265.

Tugend, K.I., M.S. Allen, and M.W. Binford. 2004. Potential use of remote sensing to assess effects of wave action on plant re-establishment. J. Aquat. Plant Manage. 42:54-60.

Zarger, R.K. and J.R. Stepp  2004. Persistence of Botanical Knowledge Among Tzeltal Maya Children. Current Anthropology . 45(3).

Martin, J.B., Thomas, R.G., *Hartl, K.M., 2005, An inexpensive, submersible, automatic water sampler, Limnology and Oceanography, Methods, 2: 398-405.


Mottl, M., Wheat, G., Fryer, P., Gharib J., and Martin J.B., 2004, Chemistry of springs across the Mariana forearc shows progressive devolatilization of the subducting plate, Geochimica, Cosmochimica Acta, 68:4915-4933.


Cable, J.E., Martin, J.B., Swarzenski, P.W., *Lindenberg, M.K., and Steward, J., 2004, Ground Water and Pore Water Fluxes to a Coastal Lagoon Using Multiple Techniques, Ground Water, 42:1011-1020.


Martin, J.B., Cable, J.E., Swarzenski, P.W., and *Lindenberg, M.K., 2004, Mixing of ground water and estuary waters:  Influences on ground water discharge and contaminant transport, Ground Water, 42:1000-1010.


Screaton, E., Martin, J.B., *Ginn, B., *Smith, L., 2004, Conduit properties and karstification in the Santa Fe River Sink-Rise System of the Floridan Aquifer, Ground Water, 42: 338-346.


Malone, M.J., Martin, J.B., Schönfeld, J. Ninnemann, U.S., Nürnberg, D., and White, T.S., 2004, The oxygen isotopic composition and temperature of Southern Ocean bottom waters during the last glacial maximum. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 222: 275-283.


Martin, J.B., *Day, S., Rathburn, A.E., Perez, M.E., *Mahn, C., and Gieskes, J., 2004, Relationships between the stable isotopic signatures of living and fossil foraminifera in Monterey Bay, California, Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems, 5(4): doi:10.1029/2003GC000629.

2004. Stepp, J.R., S. Cervone, H. Castaneda, A. Lasseter, G. Stocks, Y. Gichon. Development of a GIS for Global Biocultural Diversity. Policy Matters 13:267-270.

 

 

2003

 

Barnes, G., A. Agrawal, L. Genc, B. Ramachandran, V. Sivaraman, B. Pudi, M.W. Binford, and S. Smith. 2003. Developing a spatio-temporal cadastral database using county appraisal data from northern Florida. Surveying and Land Information Science 63(4):243-251.

Heckenberger, Michael J. 2003. The Ecology of Power: Archaeology, History, and Memory in the Southern Amazon. Routledge: New York (in press).

Stepp, J.R. , E.C. Jones, M. Pavao-Zuckerman, D. Casagrande, R. Zarger 2003. Remarkable Properties of Human Ecosystems. Conservation Ecology 7(3). (PDF)

Abel, T. and J.R. Stepp . 2003. A New Ecosystems Ecology for Anthropology. Conservation Ecology 7(3). (PDF)

Heckenberger, Michael J., A. Kuikuro, U. T. Kuikuro, J. C. Russell, M. Schmidt, C. Fausto, and B. Franchetto. 2003. Amazonia 1492: Pristine Forest or Cultural Parkland? Science (9/19/04) (Article Link )

Southworth, J., H. Nagendra, and C. Tucker. In Press. Fragmentation of a landscape: incorporating landscape metrics into satellite analyses of land cover change. Landscape Research.

Southworth, J., M. Habeck, R.A. Pfeifer, J.C. Randolph, O. Doering, and G. Rao. In Press. The sensitivity of winter wheat yields in the Midwestern United States to future changes in climate, climate variability, and CO2 fertilization. Climate Research. 

Rathburn, A.E., Perez, M.E., Martin, J.B., *Day, S., *Mahn, C., Gieskes, J., Ziebis, Wiebke, *Williams, D., *Duncan, A., 2003, Relationships between the distribution and stable isotopic signatures of living foraminifera, and cold seep biogeochemistry in Monterey Bay, Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems, 4(12) 1106, doi:10.1029/2003GC000595


Martin, J.B., *Hartl, K., Corbett, R., Swarzenski, P., and Cable, J.E., 2003. A multi-level pore water sampler for permeable sediments, Journal of Sedimentary Research 73(1): 128-132.

 

2002

Brenner, M., M.F. Rosenmeier, D.A. Hodell, and J.H. Curtis. 2002. Paleolimnology of the Maya lowlands: long-term perspectives on interactions among climate, environment, and humans.  Ancient Mesoamerica 13: 141-157. (538K PDF file).Ehman, J.L., W. Fan, J.C. Randolph,

J. Southworth, and N.I. Welch. 2002. An integrated GIS and forest growth modeling approach to address the impacts of climate change on forests of the Great Lakes region. Forest Ecology and Management 155: 237-255. (1,153K PDF file). Felkner, J.S. and M.W. Binford. 2002. Modeling a soil moisture index using geographic information system in a developing country context. Ch. II.10, pages 513-538 in R France (ed.). Handbook of Water Sensitive Planning and Design. CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL. Hatch, M.P., E. Ponciano, T. Barrientos Q.,

M. Brenner, and C. Ortloff. 2002. Climate and technological innovation at Kaminaljuyu, Guatemala. Ancient Mesoamerica 13: 103-114. (2193K PDF file). Hill, K, and M.W. Binford. 2002. The role of category definition in habitat models: practical and logical limitations of using Boolean, indexed, probabilistic and fuzzy categories. Chapter 1I in J.M. Scott, J. M., P. J. Heglund, F. Samson, J. Haufler, M. Morrison, M. Raphael, B. Wall (eds.). Predicting Species Occurrences: Issues of Scale and Accuracy.

Kenney, W.F., C.L. Schelske, and A. Chapman. 2002. Algal polyphosphates provide P-sink to sediment.  SCOPE Newsletter 45: 16-17. (499K PDF file).

Kenney, W.F., M.N. Waters, C.L. Schelske, and M. Brenner. 2002. Sediment records of phosphorus-driven shifts to phytoplankton dominance in shallow Florida lakes.  Journal of Paleolimnology 27: 367-377. (498K PDF file)

.Riedinger, M.A., M. Steinitz-Kannan, W.M. Last, and M. Brenner. 2002. A 6100 yr record of El Niño activity from the Galápagos Islands. Journal of Paleolimnology 27: 1-7. (125K PDF file).

Rosenmeier, M.F., D.A. Hodell, M. Brenner, J. H. Curtis, and T. P. Guilderson. 2002. A 4000-year lacustrine record of environmental change in the southern Maya lowlands, Petén, Guatemala. Quaternary Research 57: 183-190. (352K PDF file).

Rosenmeier, M.F., D.A. Hodell, M. Brenner, J.H. Curtis, J.B. Martin, F. Anselmetti, D. Ariztegui, and T.P. Guilderson. 2002. Influence of vegetation change on watershed hydrology: implications for paleoclimatic interpretation of lacustrine d18O records. Journal of Paleolimnology 27: 117-131. (224K PDF file).

Shumate, B.C., C.L. Schelske, T.L. Crisman, and W.F. Kenney. 2002. Response of the cladoceran community to trophic state change in Lake Apopka, Florida.  Journal of Paleolimnology 27: 71-77. (117K PDF file).

Southworth, J., M. Habeck, R.A. Pfeifer, J.C. Randolph, O. Doering, J. Johnston, and G. Rao. 2002. Changes in soybean yields in the Midwestern United States as a result of future changes in climate, climate variability, and CO2 fertilization. Climatic Change 53: 447-475. (973K PDF file).

Lorenson, T.D., Kvenvolden, K.A., Hostettler, F.D., Rosenbauer, R.J., Orange, D.L., and Martin, J.B., 2002, Hydrocarbon geochemistry of cold seeps in the Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary, Marine Geology, 181:285-304.


Malone, M.J., Claypool, G., Martin, J.B., Dickens, G.R., 2002, Variable methane fluxes in shallow marine systems over geologic time The composition and origin of pore waters and authigenic carbonates on the New Jersey shelf, Marine Geology, 189: 175-196.


Martin, J.B. and *Rymerson, R.A., 2002, A coupled fluid inclusion and stable isotope record of paleo-fluids in the Monterey Formation, California, Geol. Soc. Am. Bull., 114:269–280.


*Rosenmeier, M.B., Hodell, D.A., Brenner, M., Curtis, J.H., Martin, J.B., Anselmetti, F.S., Ariztegui, D., and Guilderson, T.P., 2002, Influence of Vegetation Change on Watershed Hydrology: Implications for Paleoclimatic Interpretation of lacustrine d18O Records, Journal of Paleolimnology, 29:117-131.

 

2001

Brenner, M., C.L. Schelske, and L.W. Keenan. 2001. Historical rates of sediment accumulation and nutrient burial in marshes of the Upper St. Johns River Basin, Florida, USA. Journal of Paleolimnology 26: 241-257. (364K PDF file).

Brenner, M., D.A. Hodell, J.H. Curtis, M. Rosenmeier, M.W. Binford, and M.B. Abbott. 2001. Abrupt climate change and pre-Columbian cultural collapse. In V. Markraf (ed.), Interhemispheric Climate Linkages. Academic Press, pp. 87-103.

Hodell, D.A., M. Brenner, J. H. Curtis, and T. P. Guilderson. 2001. Solar forcing of drought frequency in the Maya lowlands. Science 292: 1367-1370. (439K PDF file).

Huang, Y., F.A. Street-Perrott, S.E. Metcalfe, M. Brenner, M. Moreland, and K.H. Freeman.  2001.  Climate change as the dominant control on glacial-interglacial variations in C3 and C4 plant abundances.  Science 293: 1647-1651. (309K PDF file).

Jensen, R.R. and M.W. Binford. 2001. Using low-resolution satellite data to quantify terrestrial carbon in tropical areas. Geocarto International 16:17-22.

Kenney, W.F., C.L. Schelske, and A.D. Chapman. 2001. Changes in polyphosphate sedimentation: a response to excessive phosphorus enrichment in a hypereutrophic lake. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 58: 879-887.

Lowe, E.F., L.E. Battoe, M.F. Coveney, C.L. Schelske, K.E. Havens, E.R. Marzolf, and K.R. Reddy. 2001. The restoration of Lake Apopka in relation to alternative stable states: an alternative view to that of Bachmann et al. (1999).  Hydrobiologia 448: 11-18. (268K PDF file)

.Schelske, C.L., and W.F. Kenney. 2001. Model erroneously predicts failure for restoration of Lake Apopka, a hypereutrophic, subtropical lake. Hydrobiologia 448: 1-5. (116K PDF file).

Southworth, J., and C.M. Tucker. 2001. Forest cover change in western Honduras: the role of socio-economic and biophysical factors, local institutions, and land tenure. Mountain Research and Development 21: 276-283. (663K PDF file). 

 

2000

Brenner, M., J.S. Smoak, M.S. Allen, C.L. Schelske, and D.A. Leeper. 2000. Biological accumulation of 226Ra in a groundwater-augmented Florida lake. Limnology and Oceanography 45: 710-715. (91K PDF file).

Kolata, A.L., Michael W. Binford, Mark Brenner, John W. Janusek and Charles Ortloff. 2000. Environmental thresholds and the empirical reality of state collapse: a response to Erickson. Antiquity. 74: (284) 424-426

Myers, P., and C.L. Schelske. 2000. An inexpensive, optical (infrared) detector to locate the sediment/water interface in lakes with unconsolidated sediments. Journal of Paleolimnology 23: 201-205. (166K PDF file).

Southworth, J., J.C. Randolph, M. Habeck, O.C. Doering, G. Rao, R.A. Pfeifer, and J. Johnston. 2000. Consequences of future climate change and changing climate variability on corn yields in the Midwestern United States. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment 82: 139-158. (973K PDF file).

Stepp, J.R. 2000. Mountain ethnobiology and development in highland Chiapas, Mexico: lessons in biodiversity and health. Mountain Research and Development 20: 218-219. (2K PDF file).

 

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