Pepperwood Publications

The following papers and posters are produced by Pepperwood staff and/or produced by research conducted at our preserve.

 

Ackerly, D., M. Oldfather, M. Britton, M. Halbur, and L. Micheli. 2013. Establishment of woodland vegetation research plots at Pepperwood Preserve. Terrestrial Biodiversity Climate Change Collaborative. Dwight Center for Conservation Science at Pepperwood, Santa Rosa, CA.

Branciforte, R., S. Weiss, and A. Recinos. 2013. Integrating climate data via the CLN Explorer. Terrestrial Biodiversity Climate Change Collaborative. Dwight Center for Conservation Science at Pepperwood, Santa Rosa, CA.

Byrne, J., and D. Girman. 2014. Linear regression models and contigency analyses of herpetofauna. Poster presentation at Sonoma State University Science Symposium, Rohnert Park, California.

Carlson, A. 2011. Effects of grazing on native plant abundance and diversity in a California grassland invaded by Phalaris aquatica. University of California Berkeley.

Coale, K. et al. 2015. B11D-0466: Dimethyl mercury in seawater: A potential source of monomethyl mercury in fog. Poster presentation at American Geophysical Union, San Francisco, CA.

Dawson, A. 2008. Historical baseline study of the grassy ridges at Pepperwood Preserve. Sonoma Ecology Center, Sonoma, CA.

Evett, R. R., and J. W. Bartolome. 2009. Phytolith analysis of grassland soils at Pepperwood Preserve. Berkeley, CA.

Evett, R. R., and J. W. Bartolome. 2013. Phytolith evidence for the extent and nature of prehistoric Californian grasslands. The Holocene 23:1644–1649. Available here.

Evett, R. R., A. Dawson, and J. W. Bartolome. 2013. Estimating vegetation reference conditions by combining historical source analysis and soil phytolith analysis at Pepperwood Preserve, Northern California Coast Ranges, U.S.A. Restoration Ecology 21:464–473. Available here.

Fernandez, D., A. Torregrosa, P. Weiss-Penzias, A. Mairs, S. Wilson, M. Bowman, T. Barkley, M. Gravelle, and A. Oliphant. 2015. A52E-05: Standard fog collector measurements along the Central and Northern California Coast during the 2014 and 2015 fog seasons. Oral presentation at American Geophysical Union, San Francisco, CA.

Fernandez, D., P. Weiss, A. Torregrosa, C. Eljenholm, E. Coffey, and A. Mairs. 2014. Passive fog water measurements along the Northern California coast during the summer of 2014. Poster presentation American Geophysical Union, San Francisco, CA.

Funke, S. 2015. Diverse youth contributing to conservation science. Poster presentation at the STEM Symposium, Anaheim, CA.

Funke, S., M. Halbur, N. Barden, C. Dodge, J. Robinson, and L. Micheli. 2014. Pepperwood’s TeenNat: Diverse youth contributing to conservation science. Poster presentation at Toyota TogetherGreen Fellowship Conference, Washington, DC.

Gillogly, M., and S. Brumbaugh. 2008. Grasslands of the Pepperwood Preserve. Grasslands 18:9–11.

Gillogly, M., M. Halbur, C. Dodge, and L. Micheli. 2014. The Pepperwood Conservation Grazing Pilot Project: Managing for complexity in our coastal California grasslands. Poster presentation at California Invasive Plant Council, Chico, CA.

Halbur, M., M. Kennedy, D. Ackerly, L. Micheli, and J. Thorne. 2013. Creating a detailed vegetation map for Pepperwood Preserve. Terrestrial Biodiversity Climate Change Collaborative. Dwight Center for Conservation Science at Pepperwood, Santa Rosa, CA.

Halbur, M. M., C. M. Sloop, M. J. Zanis, and N. C. Emery. 2014. The population biology of mitigation: Impacts of habitat creation on an endangered plant species. Conservation Genetics 15:679–695. Kluwer Academic Publishers.

Halbur, M., E. R. Micheli, and S. Funke. 2015. Combining people, place and science: lessons learned from citizen science at Pepperwood. Poster presentation at Citizen Science Association, San Jose, CA.

Hannibal, M. E. 2014. TBC3: Wrestling Climate Change to the Ground. Bay Nature. Berkeley, CA. Available here.

Heller, N. 2013. Resilience in adaptation planning. Terrestrial Biodiversity Climate Change Collaborative. Dwight Center for Conservation Science at Pepperwood, Santa Rosa, CA.

Heller, N., J. Kreitler, S. Weiss, D. Ackerly, and L. Micheli. 2013. Targeting climate diversity to increase the resilience of the Conservation Lands Network to climate change. Terrestrial Biodiversity Climate Change Collaborative. Dwight Center for Conservation Science at Pepperwood, Santa Rosa, CA.

Huntington, A. 2011. Monitoring patterns of acorn production by Quercus garryana on Pepperwood Preserve. Poster presentation at Pepperwood Preserve, Santa Rosa, CA.

Jensen, M., M. Gillogly, M. Kennedy, and L. Micheli. 2011. Monitoring long-term vegetation response to climate change: Setting a baseline. Poster presentation at Organization of Biological Field Stations, Bodega, CA.

Kondolf, G. M., and E. R. Micheli. 1995. Evaluating stream restoration projects. Environmental Management 19:1–15.

Korell, L. 2015. Plant species origin, herbivory and disturbance: effects on seedling recruitment and consequences for grassland diversity and productivity. Martin-Luther-University, Hamburg.

Korell, L., C. Stein, I. Hensen, H. Bruelheide, K. N. Suding, and H. Auge. 2016. Stronger effect of gastropods than rodents on seedling establishment, irrespective of exotic or native plant species origin. Oikos.

Kuchta, S. R., D. S. Parks, R. L. Mueller, and D. B. Wake. 2009. Closing the ring: Historical biogeography of the salamander ring species Ensatina eschscholtzii. Journal of Biogeography 36:982–995.

Loarie, S. 2013. The Bay Area BioAtlas. Terrestrial Biodiversity Climate Change Collaborative. Dwight Center for Conservation Science at Pepperwood, Santa Rosa, CA.

Lunde, K. B. 2011. Investigations of altered aquatic ecosystems: biomonitoring, disease, and conservation. University of California Berkeley.

Maron, J. L., H. Auge, D. E. Pearson, L. Korell, I. Hensen, K. N. Suding, and C. Stein. 2014. Staged invasions across disparate grasslands: effects of seed provenance, consumers and disturbance on productivity and species richness. Ecology Letters 17:499–507.

McIntyre, P. J., J. H. Thorne, C. R. Dolanc, A. L. Flint, L. E. Flint, M. Kelly, and D. D. Ackerly. 2014. Twentieth-century shifts in forest structure in California: Denser forests, smaller trees, and increased dominance of oaks. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 112:1458–1463.

Merenlender, A., D. Ackerly, S. Feirer, M. Gray, and J. Kreitler. 2013. Targeting corridors for climate change resilience. Terrestrial Biodiversity Climate Change Collaborative. Dwight Center for Conservation Science at Pepperwood, Santa Rosa, CA.

Michaels, T., and D. Kelly. 2015. Examining the effects of grazing in drought conditions on Stipa pulchra. Poster presentation at MESA Santa Rosa Junior College, Santa Rosa, CA.

Micheli, E., L. Flint, A. Flint, S. Weiss, and M. Kennedy. 2012. Downscaling future climate projections to the watershed scale: A North San Francisco Bay case study. San Francisco Estuary and Watershed Science 4.

Micheli, L., and D. Ackerly. 2013. The Terrestrial Biodiversity Climate Change Collaborative (TBC3): An interdisciplinary strategy for advancing science-based conservation. Terrestrial Biodiversity Climate Change Collaborative. Dwight Center for Conservation Science at Pepperwood, Santa Rosa, CA.

Micheli, L., and D. DiPietro. 2013. North Bay vital signs: An integrated ecosystem-climate monitoring framework for Sonoma County.

Micheli, L., L. E. Flint, S. Veloz, and N. Heller. 2015. PA13B-05: Generating relevant climate adaptation science tools in concert with local natural resource agencies. Oral presentation at American Geophysical Union, San Francisco, CA.

Papper, P. 2015. The California Phenology Project and citizen science monitoring of oak woodlands. Poster presentation at California Black Oak and Oregon White Oak Symposium, Eureka, CA.

Papper, P., and S. J. Mazer. 2014. Foundations of an ongoing citizen science program monitoring plant phenology at Pepperwood in Sonoma County, California. Poster presentation at Ecological Society of America, Sacramento, CA.

Reilly, M. L. 2015. The effects of non-motorized recreation on mid-size and large mammals in the San Francisco Bay Ecoregion. Northern Arizona University.

Rose-Person, A., P. Papper, A. Graziani, J. Cade, D. Cabanero, Z. Pickett, J. Boylan, and F. W. Halliday. 2014. Examining the ecology of Puccinia coronata: an emerging infectious disease on the grass, Phalaris aquatica, in Northern California. Poster presentation at Ecological Society of America, Sacramento, CA.

Sabo, B. 2010. Invasive plant management plan for Pepperwood. Dwight Center for Conservation Science at Pepperwood, Santa Rosa, CA.

Sahba, O. et al. 2015a. A33H-0283: Mercury and other chemical constituents in Pacific marine fog water: Results from two summers of sampling in FogNet. Poster presentation at American Geophysical Union, San Francisco, CA.

Sahba, O., S. Conrad, P. Weiss-Penzias, D. Fernandez, W. Heim, K. Coale, C. Dodge, D. Hoskins, and A. Oliphant. 2015b. Mercury and other chemical constituents in Pacific marine fog water: results from two summers of sampling in FogNet. Poster presentation at American Geophysical Union, Sacramento, CA.

Scholl, M. A., A. Torregrosa, and T. B. Coplen. 2014. Determining the hydrological importance of coastal fog in Northern California using stable isotopes of water. Poster presentation at American Geophysical Union, San Francisco, CA.

Swanson, C., M. Claret, J. Schroder, and S. Brumbaugh. 2015. Dried, pressed and prized: a guide to herbaria collecting. Poster presentation at MESA Santa Rosa Junior College, Santa Rosa, CA.

Torregrosa, A. 2013. Ecologically relevant fog data sets to improve Bay Area climate and hydrology projections. Terrestrial Biodiversity Climate Change Collaborative. Dwight Center for Conservation Science at Pepperwood, Santa Rosa, CA.

Torregrosa, A., A. Flint, C. Combs, and J. Peters. 2014a. Fog as an ecosystem service: Quantifying fog-mediated reductions in maximum temperature across coastal to inland transects in northern California. Poster presentation at Ecological Society of America, Sacramento, CA.

Torregrosa, A., T. A. O’Brien, and I. C. Faloona. 2014b. Coastal fog, climate change, and the environment. Eos 95:473–484.

Townsend, S. E., L. Micheli, and M. Halbur. 2012. Using the Wildlife Picture Index to measure ecosystem health and connectivity. Poster presentation at The Wildlife Society, Reno, NV.

Warner, P. 2009. Vegetation management plan for the Pepperwood Preserve. Dwight Center for Conservation Science at Pepperwood, Santa Rosa, CA.

Weiss, S. B., A. Flint, L. Flint, H. Hamilton, M. Fernandez, and L. Micheli. 2013. Climate scenarios for San Francisco Bay Area. Terrestrial Biodiversity Climate Change Collaborative. Dwight Center for Conservation Science at Pepperwood, Santa Rosa, CA.

Weiss-Penzias, P., W. Heim, K. Coale, D. Fernandez, C. Dodge, M. Porter, D. Hoskins, A. Oliphant, and J. Ryan. 2014. Methyl mercury and other chemical constituents in Pacific coastal fog water from sites in Central/Northern California (FogNet) during the summer of 2014. Poster presentation at American Geophysical Union, San Francisco, CA.

Weitz, A. P., and D. D. Ackerly. 2015. Physiological responses of oaks to extreme water deficit and fungal pathogens through historic drought conditions in California. Poster presentation at Ecological Society of America, Sacramento, CA.

Ziesmer, T. C. 1997. Vocal behavior of foothill and mountain yellow-legged frogs. Sonoma State University.

Pepperwood publications list last updated March 2016.