Publications


2019

Valliere, J.M., J. Zhang, M.R. Sharifi, and P.W. Rundel. 2019. Can we condition plants to increase drought tolerance and restoration success? Ecological Applications https://doi.org/10.1002/eap.1863

Valliere, J.M. 2019. Tradeoffs between growth rate and water-use efficiency in seedlings of native perennials but not invasive annuals. Plant Ecology 1-9.


2018

Valliere, J.M., S. Balch, C. Bell, C. Contreras, B.E. Hilbig. 2018. Repeated mowing to restore remnant native grasslands invaded by nonnative annual grasses: Upsides and  downsides above and below ground. Restoration Ecology 27(2): 261-268


2017

Valliere, J. M., I. C. Irvine, L. Santiago, and E. B. Allen. 2017. High N, dry: Experimental nitrogen deposition exacerbates native shrub loss and nonnative plant invasion during extreme drought. Global Change Biology (23)10: 4333-4345


2016

Allen, E. B., L. M. Egerton-Warburton, B. E. Hilbig, and J. M. Valliere. 2016. Interactions of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi, critical loads of nitrogen deposition, and shifts from native to invasive species in a southern California shrubland. Botany 94(6):425-433.

Valliere, J. M., and E. B. Allen. 2016. Nitrogen enrichment contributes to positive responses to soil microbial communities in three invasive plant species. Biological Invasions 18(8):2349-2364.

Valliere, J. M., and E. B. Allen. 2016. Interactive effects of nitrogen deposition and drought-stress on plant-soil feedbacks of Artemisia californica seedlings. Plant and Soil 403:277-290.