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Hawkes, CV, KN Kivlin, J Du and VT Eviner. In press. The temporal development and additivity of plant-soil feedback in perennial grasses. Plant and Soil

Eviner, VT and CV Hawkes. 2012. The effects of plant-soil feedbacks on invasive plants: mechanisms and potential management options. In: Monaco and Sheley (eds). Invasive Plant Ecology and Management: Linking Processes to Practice. CABI, pp 122-141. (Link is to page proofs, some final corrections were made)

Baer, SG, L Heneghan, and VT Eviner. 2012. Applying soil ecological knowledge to restore ecosystem services. In: Wall, DH, RD Bardgett, V Behan-Pelletier, JE Herrick, H Jones, K Ritz, J Six, DR Strong and WH van der Putten. Soil Ecology and Ecosystem Services. Oxford University Press, UK. pp 377-393. (Link is to page proofs, some final corrections were made)

Eviner, VT, K Garbach, J Baty and S Hoskinson. 2012. Measuring the effects of invasive plants on ecosystem services: challenges and prospects. Invasive Plant Science and Management 5:125-136. (** pdf access restricted, email veviner@ucdavis.edu to request pdf to be sent by email).

Treseder, KK, TC Balser, MA Bradford, EL Brodie, EA Dubinsky, VT Eviner, KS Hofmockel, JT Lennon, UY Levine, BJ MacGregor, J Pett-Ridge and MP Waldrop. 2012. Integrating microbial ecological into ecosystem models: challenges and priorities. Biogeochemistry 109:7-18. (**pdf access restricted, email veviner@ucdavis.edu to request a pdf to be sent by email).

Eviner, VT, SA Hoskinson and CV Hawkes. 2010. Ecosystem impacts of exotic plants can feed back to increase invasion in western US rangelands. Rangelands 31:21-31. (**pdf access restricted, email veviner@ucdavis.edu to request pdf to be sent by email).

Silver, W, B Ryles and VT Eviner.2010 . Soil carbon pools in California’s annual grassland ecosystems. Rangeland Ecology and Management 63:128-136. (pdf access restricted, email veviner@ucdavis.edu to request pdf to be sent by email).

Eviner, VT and CV Hawkes. 2008. Embracing variability in the application of plant-soil interactions to the restoration of communities and ecosystems. Restoration Ecology 16(4):713-729.  (**pdf access restricted, email veviner@ucdavis.edu to request pdf to be sent by email)

Cornwell, W, H Cornelissen, K Amatangelo, E Dorrepaal, V. Eviner, O Godoy, S Hobbie, B Hoorens, H Kurokawa, N Perez-Harguindeguy, H Quested, L Santiago, D Wardle, I Wright, R Aerts, S Allison, P van Bodegom, V Brovkin, A Chatain, T Callaghan, S Diaz, E Garnier, D Gurvich, E Kazakou, J Klein, J Read, P Reich, N Soudzilovskaia, M Vaieretti, M Westoby. 2008. Plant species traits are the predominant control on litter decomposition rates within biomes worldwide. Ecology Letters 11:1065-107.

Ostfeld, R,  F Keesing, VT Eviner 2008. Cary Conference XI: Infectious disease ecology: the effects of ecosystems on disease and of disease on ecosystems. Princeton University Press.

Chapin, FS, CA Brewer, VT Eviner, DS Keebler, DR Magness, LM Talbot, BA Wilcox. Disease effects on landscape and regional systems: a resilience framework. in R Ostfeld, F Keesing, V Eviner (eds) Cary Conference XI: Infectious disease ecology: the effects of ecosystems on disease and of disease on ecosystems. Princeton University Press. pp 284-303.

Eviner, VT and GE Likens. Effects of disease on biogeochemical cycling. in R Ostfeld, F Keesing, V Eviner (eds) Cary Conference XI: Infectious disease ecology: the effects of ecosystems on disease and of disease on ecosystems. Princeton University Press. pp. 260-283.

Eviner, VT and MK Firestone. 2007. Mechanisms determining patterns of nutrient dynamics. in M Stromberg , J. Corbin, and C D’Antonio (eds.)  Ecology and management of California grasslands. pp. 94-106.

Uriarte, M, H Ewing, VT Eviner, K Weathers. 2007. Scientific culture, diversity and society: suggestions for the development and adoption of a broader value system in science. Bioscience 57: 71-78.

Strayer, DL, VT Eviner, JM Jeschke, M Pace. 2006. Understanding the long-term effects of species invasions. Trends in Ecology and Evolution. 21:645-651.

Eviner, VT, FS Chapin III, CE Vaughn. 2006. Seasonal variations in plant species effects on soil N and P dynamics. Ecology. 87: 974-986.

Canals, RM, VT Eviner, DJ Herman, FS Chapin III. 2005.  Plant colonizers shape early N dynamics in gopher mounds. Plant and Soil 276:327-334.

Smith, MF, VT Eviner, KC Weathers, M Uriarte, H Ewing, J Jeschke, P Groffman, CG Jones. 2005. Creating individual awareness about responsible conduct in research. Journal of Research Administration 36:21-25.

Eviner, VT and FS Chapin III. 2005. Selective gopher disturbance influences plant species effects on nitrogen cycling. Oikos. 109: 154-166.

Eviner,VT. 2004. Plant traits that influence ecosystem processes vary independently among species. Ecology. 85: 2215-2229.

FS Chapin III and VT Eviner. 2003. Biogeochemistry of Terrestrial Net Primary Production. In Treatise on Geochemistry. Volume 8: Biogeochemistry. (ed. WH Schlesinger). Elsevier.  pp. 215-247.

Moldan, F, S Seitzinger, V Eviner, J Galloway, X Han, M Keller, P Nannipieri, W Smith, H Tiessen. Potential for deliberate management of element interactions to address major environmental issues. In Interactions of the major biogeochemical cycles: Global change and human impacts (ed. JM Melillo, CB Field, and B Moldan). Island Press, Washington. pp.93-114.

Eviner,VT and FS Chapin III. 2003. Biogeochemical interactions and biodiversity. In Interactions of the major biogeochemical cycles: Global change and human impacts (ed. JM Melillo, CB Field, and B Moldan). Island Press, Washington. pp. 151-173.

Eviner, VT and FS Chapin III. 2003.  Gopher-plant-fungal interactions affect establishment of an invasive grass. Ecology 84 (1): 120-128.

Eviner, VT and FS Chapin III. 2003. Functional matrix: A conceptual framework for predicting multiple plant  effects on ecosystem processes. Annual Reviews in Ecology, Evolution  and Systematics. 34:455-485.

Rillig, MC, SF Wright, and VT Eviner. 2002. The role of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi and glomalin in soil aggregation: comparing effects of five plant species. Plant and Soil, 238: 325-333.

Eviner, VT and FS Chapin III.  2002. The influence of plant species, fertilization and elevated CO2 on soil aggregate stability. Plant and Soil 246: 211-219.

Eviner, VT and FS Chapin III. 2001. Animals and fungi can affect goatgrass establishment.   California Agriculture, 55: 53.

Eviner, VT and FS Chapin III. 2001. Plant species provide vital ecosystem functions for sustainable agriculture, rangeland management, and restoration. California Agriculture, 55: 54-59.

Eviner, VT, FS Chapin III and CE Vaughn. 2000. Nutrient manipulations in terrestrial systems. In: Sala, OE, RB Jackson, HA Mooney, RW Howarth (Editors) Methods in ecosystem science. Springer-Verlag, New York. pp. 289-307.

Chapin, FS III, ES  Zavaleta, VT  Eviner, RL Naylor, PM Vitousek, HL Reynolds, DU Hooper, S Lavorel, OE Sala, SE Hobbie, MC Mack and S Diaz. 2000. Consequences of changing biodiversity. Nature 405: 234-242.

Eviner, VT and FS Chapin III. 1997. The nitrogen cycle: plant-microbial interactions. Nature 385: 26-27.