Melinda D. Smith

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Ecology and Evolutionary Biology Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO 
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Song L, Luo W, Griffin-Nolan RJ, et al. (2022) Differential responses of grassland community nonstructural carbohydrate to experimental drought along a natural aridity gradient. The Science of the Total Environment. 822: 153589
Langley JA, Grman E, Wilcox KR, et al. (2021) Do tradeoffs govern plant species responses to different global change treatments? Ecology. e3626
Luo W, Griffin-Nolan RJ, Ma W, et al. (2021) Plant traits and soil fertility mediate productivity losses under extreme drought in C grasslands. Ecology. e03465
Avolio ML, Komatsu KJ, Collins SL, et al. (2021) Determinants of community compositional change are equally affected by global change. Ecology Letters
Gray JE, Komatsu KJ, Smith MD. (2021) Defining codominance in plant communities. The New Phytologist
Hautier Y, Zhang P, Loreau M, et al. (2021) Author Correction: General destabilizing effects of eutrophication on grassland productivity at multiple spatial scales. Nature Communications. 12: 630
Griffith DM, Osborne CP, Edwards EJ, et al. (2020) Lineage-based functional types: characterising functional diversity to enhance the representation of ecological behaviour in Land Surface Models. The New Phytologist. 228: 15-23
Felton AJ, Knapp AK, Smith MD. (2020) Precipitation-productivity relationships and the duration of precipitation anomalies: an underappreciated dimension of climate change. Global Change Biology
Avolio ML, Wilcox KR, Komatsu KJ, et al. (2020) Temporal variability in production is not consistently affected by global change drivers across herbaceous-dominated ecosystems. Oecologia
Hautier Y, Zhang P, Loreau M, et al. (2020) General destabilizing effects of eutrophication on grassland productivity at multiple spatial scales. Nature Communications. 11: 5375
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