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- Callaway, R. M., and E. H. DeLucia. 1994. Biomass allocation of montane and desert ponderosa pine: an analog for response to climate change. Ecology 75:1474–1481.
- Callaway, R. M., E. H. DeLucia, D. Moore, R. Nowak, and W. H. Schlesinger. 1996. Competition and facilitation: contrasting effects of Artemisia tridentata on desert vs. montane pines. Ecology 77(7):2130–2141.
- Carey, E. V., R. M. Callaway, and E. H. DeLucia. 1997. Stem respiration of ponderosa pines grown in contrasting climates: implications for global climate change. Oecologia 111:19–25.
- Carey, E. V., R. M. Callaway, and E. H. DeLucia. 1998. Increased photosynthesis offsets costs of allocation to sapwood in an arid environment. Ecology 79(7):2281–2291.
- Carey, E. V., E. H. DeLucia, and J. T. Ball. 1996. Stem maintenance and construction respiration in Pinus ponderosa grown in different concentrations of atmospheric CO2. Tree Physiology 16:125–130.
- Carroll, A. L., S. W. Taylor, J. Régnière, and L. Safranyik. 2003. Effects of climate change on range expansion by the mountain pine beetle in British Columbia. In: T. L. Shore, J. E. Brooks, J. E. Stone (eds.). Mountain Pine Beetle Symposium: Challenges and Solutions. Information Report BC-X-399. Victoria, B.C., Canada. Natural Resources Canada, Canadian Forest Service, Pacific Forestry Centre:223–232.
- Carson, E. C., and J. S. Munroe. 2005. Tree-ring based streamflow reconstruction for Ashley Creek, northeastern Utah: implications for palaeohydrology of the southern Uinta Mountains. The Holocene 15:602–611.
- Cayan, D. R., T. Dasa, D. W. Piercea, T. P. Barnetta, M. Tyreea, and A. Gershunov. 2010. Future dryness in the southwest US and the hydrology of the early 21st century drought. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 107:21271–21276.
- Chambers, C. L., and J. N. Mast. 2005. Ponderosa pine snag dynamics and cavity excavation following wildfire in northern Arizona. Forest Ecology and Management 216:227–240
- Chapin, F. S., III, A. D. McGuire, J. Randerson, R. Pielke, Sr., D. Baldocchi, S. E. Hobbie, N. Roulet, W. Eugster, E. Kasischke, E. B. Rastetter, S. A. Zimov, and S. W. Running. 2000. Arctic and boreal ecosystems of western North America as components of the climate system. Global Change Biology 6:211–223.
- Chapman, S. K., S. C. Hart, N. S. Cobb, T. G. Whitham, and G. W. Koch. 2003. Insect herbivory increases litter quality and decomposition: an extension of the acceleration hypothesis. Ecology 84:2867–2876.
- Chazdon, R. L., A. R. Brenes, and B. V. Alvarado. 2005. Effects of climate and stand age on annual tree dynamics in tropical second-growth rain forests. Ecology 86:1808–1815.
- Chen, H., M. E. Harmon, J. Sexton, and B. Fasth. 2002. Fine-root decomposition and N dynamics in coniferous forests of the Pacific Northwest, U.S.A. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 32:320–331.
- Chen, Z., K. Grady, S. Stephens, J. Villa-Castillo, and M. R. Wagner. 2006. Fuel reduction treatment and wildfire influence on carabid and tenebrionid community assemblages in the ponderosa pine forest of northern Arizona, USA. Forest Ecology and Management 225:168–177.
- Chopping, M., G. G. Moisen, L. Su, A. Laliberte, A. Rango, J. V. Martonchik, D. P. C. Peters. 2008. Large area mapping of southwestern forest crown cover, canopy height, and biomass using the NASA Multiangle Imaging Spectro-Radiometer. Remote Sensing of Environment 112:2051–2063.
- Clark, D. B., C. S. Castro, L. D. A. Alvarado, and J. M. Read. 2004. Quantifying mortality of tropical rain forest trees using high-spatial-resolution satellite data. Ecology Letters 7:52–59.
- Classen, A. T., J. DeMarco, S. C. Hart, T. G. Whitham, N. S. Cobb, and G. W. Koch. 2006. Impacts of herbivorous insects on decomposer communities during the early stages of primary succession in a semi-arid woodland. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 38:972–982.
- Classen, A. T., S. C. Hart, T. G. Whitman, N. S. Cobb, and G. W. Koch. 2005. Insect infestations linked to shifts in microclimate: important climate change implications. Spoil Science Society of America Journal 69:2049–2057.
- Clifford, M. J., M.E. Rocca, R. Delph, P. L. Ford, and N. S. Cobb. 2008. Drought and induced tree mortality and ensuing bark beetle outbreaks in Southwestern pinyon-juniper woodlands. In Gottfried, G. J., J. D. Shaw, and P. L. Ford (Compilers). Ecology, management, and restoration of piñon-juniper and ponderosa pine ecosystems: combined proceedings of the 2005 St. George, Utah and 2006 Albuquerque, New Mexico workshops: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station. Proceedings RMRS-P-51. p. 39–51.
- Clinton, B. D., L. R. Boring, and W. T. Swank. 1993. Canopy gap characteristics and drought influences in oak forests of the Coweeta Basin. Ecology 74:1551–1558.
- Cobb, N. S., S. Mopper, C. A. Gehring, M. Caouette, K. M. Christensen, and T. G. Whitham. 1997. Increased moth herbivory associated with environmental stress of pinyon pine at local and regional levels. Oecologia 109:389–397.
- Cognato, A. I., A. D. Harlin, and M. L. Fisher. 2003. Genetic structure among pinyon pine beetle populations (Scolytinae: Ips confusus). Environmental Entomology 32:1262–1270.
- Collins, B. M., J. J. Moghaddas, and S. L. Stephens. 2007. Initial changes in forest structure and understory plant communities following fuel reduction activities in a Sierra Nevada mixed conifer forest. Forest Ecology and Management 239:102–111.
- Cook, E. R., J. G. Palmer, B. I. Cook, A. Hogg, and R. D. D’Arrigo. 2002. A multi-millenial palaeoclimatic resource from Lagarostrobos colensoi tree rings at Oroko Swamp, New Zealand. Global and Planetary Change 33:209–220.
- Cook, E. R., R. Seager, M. A. Cane, and D. W. Stahle. 2007. North American drought: reconstructions, causes, and consequences. Earth-Science Reviews 81:93–134.
- Cook, W. M., and R. D. Robert. 2006. Fire frequency and mosaic burning effects on a tallgrass prairie ground beetle assemblage. Biodiversity and Conservation 15:2301–2323.
- Coppedge, B. R., D. M. Engle, S. D. Fuhlendorf, R. E. Masters, and M. S. Gregory. 2001. Landscape cover type and pattern dynamics in fragmented southern Great Plains grasslands, USA. Landscape Ecology 16:677–690.
- Covington, W. W., and S. S. Sackett. 1992. Soil mineral nitrogen changes following prescribed burning in ponderosa pine. Forest Ecology and Management 54:175–191.
- Crowley, T. J., and K.-Y. Kim. 1993. Towards development of a strategy for determining the origin of decadal-centennial scale climate variability. Quaternary Science Reviews 12:375–385.
- Cuenca, A., A. E. Escalante, and D. Piñero. 2003. Long-distance colonization, isolation by distance, and historical demography in a relictual Mexican pinyon pine (Pinus nelsonii Shaw) as revealed by paternally inherited genetic markers (cpSSRs). Molecular Ecology 12:2087–2097.
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