Publications

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(Manuscripts in review)

  1. Ganjurjav H, Gornish ES, Gao Q, Hu G, Wan Y, Li Y, and Danjiu L. Temperature leads to changes of plant community composition and species diversity in alpine meadow and steppe on the central Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau. In review at Global Change Biology
  2. Hulvey KD, Leger E, Porensky LM, Roche LM, Veblen KE,  Fund A, Shaw J, and Gornish ES. Restoration islands: A tool for efficiently restoring dryland ecosystems. In review at Restoration Ecology
  3. Gornish ES and Roche LM. Cooperative Extension holds the key to unlocking public engagement within science. In revision at Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment
  4. Dechen A, Roche LM, and Gornish ES. The use of native seeding for management of two late-season invasive plants. In review at Rangeland Ecology & Management

(Published manuscripts)

  1. Gornish ES, Lennox MR, Lewis D, Tate KW, and Jackson RD. Comparison of herbaceous plant response to active and passive riparian restoration in a Mediterranean climate. PLoS ONE 12: e0176338 PDF
  2. Davy J, Turri T, Dykier K, and Gornish ES. Seeded forages for California annual rangeland. Accepted at California Agriculture
  3. Ryan WH, Gornish ES, Christenson L, Halpern S, Henderson S, LeBuhn G, and Miller TE. (2017) A toolbox for initiating long-term data collections with students and citizen scientists. American Biology Teacher 79: 28-34. pdf
  4. Gornish ES, Fierer N, and Barberan A (2016) Associations between an invasive plant (Taeniatherum caput-medusae, medusahead) and soil microbial communities. PLoS ONE 11: e0163930 pdf
  5. Gornish ES, and James JJ (2016) Interactions among habitat, management, and demography for an invasive annual grass. Plant Ecology 217:1247-1258 pdf
  6. Gornish ES, Brusati E, and Johnson D. (2016) Practitioner perspectives on using non-native plants for revegetation. California Agriculture 70: DOI: 10.3733/ca.2016a0013 pdf
  7. Ganjurjav H, Gao Q, Gornish ES, Schwartz M, Liand Y, Cao X, Zhang W, Zhang Y, Li W, Wan Y, Li Y, Danjiu L, Guo H, and Lin E. (2016) Differential response of alpine steppe and alpine meadow to climate warming in the central Tibetan Plateau.  Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 23:233-240 pdf
  8. Gornish ES, and Ambrozio dos Santos P. (2016) Invasive species cover, soil type and grazing interact to predict long-term grassland restoration success. Restoration Ecology 24: 222-229 pdf
  9. Gornish ES, James JJ and Laca EA (2015) The value of oak woodland habitats as control for Medusahead (Taeniatherum caput-medusae).  In: Proceedings of the Seventh California Oak Symposium: Managing Oak Woodlands in a Dynamic World, November 3-6, 2014, Visalia, CA. USDA Forest Service General Technical Report PSW-GTR-251, 579 p. pdf
  10. Gornish ES, and Leuzinger S (2015) Across the horizon: Scale effects in global change research. AoB PLANTS 7: plv079 pdf
  11. Harrison S, Gornish ES and Copeland S (2015) Climate-driven diversity loss in a grassland community. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, USA 112:8672-8677 pdf
  12. Gornish ES and Miller TE (2015) Plant community responses to simultaneous changes in temperature, nitrogen availability, and invasion. PLoS ONE 10:e0123715 pdf
  13. James JJ, Gornish ES, DiTomaso JM, Davy J, Doran M, Becchetti T, Wilson R, Lile D and Laca E (2015) Managing medusahead (Taeniatherum caput-medusae) on rangeland: A meta analysis of control efforts and assessment of stakeholder needs. Rangeland Ecology & Management 68:215-223 pdf
  14. Monge J, and Gornish ES (2015) Positive species interactions as drivers of vegetation change on a barrier island. Journal of Coastal Research 31: 17-24 pdf
  15. Gornish ES, James JJ, Sheley RL, Rinella MJ, Svecar T, Englund SD and Aanderud ZT (2015) Altered snowfall influences early life stage transitions and recruitment of a native and invasive grass in a cold desert. Oecologia 177: 595 – 606 pdf
  16. Gornish ES (2014) Interactive effects of global change and invasion across levels of organization in an old field plant community. AoB PLANTS 6plu061 pdf
  17. Gornish ES (2014) Demographic effects of warming, elevated soil nitrogen, and native community reduction on the colonization of a perennial plant. Population Ecology 5: 645-656 pdf
  18. Pastore A, Prather C, Gornish ES, Ryan C, Ellis R and Miller TE (2014) Testing mechanisms of the intermediate disturbance hypothesis in saxicolous lichen communities. Ecology 95: 306 315 pdf
  19. Gornish ES, and Prather C (2014) Do foliar traits predict how plants respond to warming? A meta analysis.  Journal of Vegetation Science 25: 919 – 927 pdf
  20. Gornish ES (2013) Effects of density and fire on the vital rates and population growth of a perennial Goldenaster. AoB PLANTS 5: PLT041 pdf
  21. Gornish ES and Tylianakis J (2013) Plant community response to global climate change at different scales: A review. American Journal of Botany 100: 1-13 pdf
  22. Gornish ES and Miller TE (2013) Using long-term census data to inform restoration methods of coastal dune vegetation.  Estuaries & Coasts 36: 1014 – 1023 pdf
  23. Gornish ES, Hamilton JA, Barberan A, Benito BM, Binzer A, DeMeester JE, Gruwez R, Moreira B, Taheri S, Tomiolo S, Vinagre C, Vuarin P and Weaver J (2013) Interdisciplinary climate change collaborations are essential for early-career scientists. EOS, Transactions American Geophysical Union 94: 151 pdf
  24. Ibanez I, Gornish ES, Buckley L, Debinski D, Hellmann J, Helmuth B, Latimer A, Miller Rushing A and Uriarte M (2012) Moving forward in global-change ecology: capitalizing on natural variability.  Ecology and Evolution 3: 170 – 181 pdf
  25. Gornish ES and Miller TE (2010) Effects of storm frequency on dune vegetation. Global Change Biology 16: 2668 – 2675 pdf
  26. Miller TE, Gornish ES and Buckley H (2010)Climate and coastal dune vegetation: disturbance recovery and succession. Plant Ecology 206: 97 – 104 pdf

 

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