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Wilcox KR, Tredennick AT, Koerner SE, Grman E, Hallett LM, Avolio ML, La Pierre KJ, Houseman GR, Isbell F, Johnson DSamuel et al..  2017.  Asynchrony among local communities stabilises ecosystem function of metacommunities. Ecology Letters. 20:1534–1545.
Morris J.T., Edwards J., Crooks S., Reyes E..  2012.  Assessment of Carbon Sequestration Potential in Coastal Wetlands.. Recarbonization of the Bioshpere: Ecosystem and Global Carbon Cycle. . :517-531.
Morris J.T., Edwards J., Crooks S., Reyes E..  2012.  Assessment of Carbon Sequestration Potential in Coastal Wetlands.. Recarbonization of the Bioshpere: Ecosystem and Global Carbon Cycle. . :517-531.
Polsky C., Grove J.M., Knudson C., Groffman P.M., Bettez N.D., Canvender-Bares J., Hall S.J., Heffernan J.B., Hobbie S.E., Larson K.L. et al..  2014.  Assessing the homogenization of urban land management with an application to US residential lawn care.. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 111:4432-4437.
J. Langley A, Chapman SK, La Pierre KJ, Avolio M, Bowman WD, Johnson DS, Isbell F, Wilcox KR, Foster BL, Hovenden MJ et al..  2018.  Ambient changes exceed treatment effects on plant species abundance in global change experiments. Global Change Biology. 24:5668–5679.
J. Langley A, Chapman SK, La Pierre KJ, Avolio M, Bowman WD, Johnson DS, Isbell F, Wilcox KR, Foster BL, Hovenden MJ et al..  2018.  Ambient changes exceed treatment effects on plant species abundance in global change experiments. Global Change Biology. 24:5668–5679.
J. Langley A, Chapman SK, La Pierre KJ, Avolio M, Bowman WD, Johnson DS, Isbell F, Wilcox KR, Foster BL, Hovenden MJ et al..  2018.  Ambient changes exceed treatment effects on plant species abundance in global change experiments. Global Change Biology. 24:5668–5679.
Bernhard A., Landry Z.C., Blevins A., Torre J.R.de al, Giblin A.E., Stahl D.A..  2010.  Abundance of ammonia-oxidizing Archaea and Bacteria along an estuarine salinity gradient in relationship to potential nitrification rates.. Applied and Environmental Microbiology. 76:1285-1289.

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