Lara Souza

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University of Oklahoma, Norman, Norman, OK, United States 
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Smith MD, Wilkins KD, Holdrege MC, et al. (2024) Extreme drought impacts have been underestimated in grasslands and shrublands globally. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 121: e2309881120
Castillioni K, Newman GS, Souza L, et al. (2022) Effects of drought on grassland phenology depend on functional types. The New Phytologist
Castillioni K, Patten MA, Souza L. (2022) Precipitation effects on grassland plant performance are lessened by hay harvest. Scientific Reports. 12: 3282
Teixeira J, Souza L, Le Stradic S, et al. (2021) Fire promotes functional plant diversity and modifies soil carbon dynamics in tropical savanna. The Science of the Total Environment. 812: 152317
Castillioni K, Wilcox K, Jiang L, et al. (2020) Drought mildly reduces plant dominance in a temperate prairie ecosystem across years. Ecology and Evolution. 10: 6702-6713
Kent DR, Lynn JS, Pennings SC, et al. (2020) Weak latitudinal gradients in insect herbivory for dominant rangeland grasses of North America. Ecology and Evolution. 10: 6385-6394
Prather RM, Castillioni K, Welti EAR, et al. (2020) Abiotic factors and plant biomass, not plant diversity, strongly shape grassland arthropods under drought conditions. Ecology
Komatsu KJ, Avolio ML, Lemoine NP, et al. (2019) Global change effects on plant communities are magnified by time and the number of global change factors imposed. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
Poe N, Stuble KL, Souza L. (2019) Small mammal herbivores mediate the effects of soil nitrogen and invertebrate herbivores on grassland diversity. Ecology and Evolution. 9: 3577-3587
Stuble KL, Ma S, Liang J, et al. (2019) Long‐term impacts of warming drive decomposition and accelerate the turnover of labile, not recalcitrant, carbon Ecosphere. 10
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