Sharon J. Lite, Ph.D.

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2003 Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ, United States 
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Ecology Biology
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Julie Stromberg grad student 2003 Arizona State
 (San Pedro River riparian vegetation across water availability and flood disturbance gradients.)
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Stromberg JC, Lite SJ, Dixon MD. (2010) Effects of stream flow patterns on riparian vegetation of a semiarid river: Implications for a changing climate River Research and Applications. 26: 712-729
Stromberg JC, Beauchamp VB, Dixon MD, et al. (2007) Importance of low-flow and high-flow characteristics to restoration of riparian vegetation along rivers in arid south-western United States Freshwater Biology. 52: 651-679
Stromberg JC, Lite SJ, Rychener TJ, et al. (2006) Status of the Riparian ecosystem in the upper San Pedro River, Arizona: application of an assessment model. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment. 115: 145-73
Bagstad KJ, Lite SJ, Stromberg JC. (2006) Vegetation, soils, and hydrogeomorphology of riparian patch types of a dryland river Western North American Naturalist. 66: 23-44
Bagstad KJ, Stromberg JC, Lite SJ. (2005) Response of herbaceous riparian plants to rain and flooding on the San Pedro River, Arizona, USA Wetlands. 25: 210-223
Lite SJ, Bagstad KJ, Stromberg JC. (2005) Riparian plant species richness along lateral and longitudinal gradients of water stress and flood disturbance, San Pedro River, Arizona, USA Journal of Arid Environments. 63: 785-813
Lite SJ, Stromberg JC. (2005) Surface water and ground-water thresholds for maintaining Populus-Salix forests, San Pedro River, Arizona Biological Conservation. 125: 153-167
Stromberg JC, Bagstad KJ, Leenhouts JM, et al. (2005) Effects of stream flow intermittency on riparian vegetation of a semiarid region river (San Pedro River, Arizona) River Research and Applications. 21: 925-938
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