Literature

Invasive Species


General

Main, C. L., T. C. Mueller, J. B. Wilkerson, D. K. Robinson, and J. S. McElroy. 2004. A Guide to Predicting Spatial Distribution of Weed Emergence Using Geographic Information Systems (GIS). Applied Turfgrass Science. Link


Whisenant, S. 1999. Repairing damaged ecosystems. Cambridge University Press, New York.



Cheatgrass

Beckstead, J. 2001. A Community's Natural Resistance to Invasion by Cheatgrass and the Effects of Associational Herbivory. PhD Dissertation Univ Illinios at Urbana Champaign. Link


Beckstead, J., and C. K. Augspurger. 2004. An experimental test of resistance to cheatgrass invasion: limiting resources at different life stages. Biological Invasions 6: 417-432. Link


Beckstead, J., S. E. Meyer, and P. S. Allen. 1996. Bromus tectorum seed germination: Between-population and between-year variation. Canadian Journal of Botany-Revue Canadienne De Botanique 74: 875-882. Link


Hall, D. B., V. J. Anderson, and S. B. Monsen. 1999. Competitive effects of bluebunch wheatgrass, crested wheatgrass, and cheatgrass on antelope bitterbrush seedling emergence and survival. In: F. S. United States Department of Agriculture [EDS.]: Rocky Mountain Research Station, Ogden. p. 7.


Hull, A. C., Jr., and G. Stewart. 1948. Replacing cheatgrass by reseeding with perennial grass on southern Idaho ranges. Journal of the American Society of Agronomy 40: 694-703.


Humphrey, L. D., and E. W. Schupp. 2001. Seed banks of Bromus tectorum-dominated communities in the Great Basin. Western North American Naturalist 61: 85-92. Link


Mack, R. N. 1981. Invasion of Bromus tectorum L. into western North America: an ecological chronicle. AgroEcosystems 7: 145-165. Link


Meyer, S. E., and P. S. Allen. 1999a. Ecological genetics of seed germination regulation in Bromus tectorum L. I. Phenotypic variance among and within populations. Oecologia 120: 27-34. Link


Meyer, S. E., and P. S. Allen. 1999b. Ecological genetics of seed germination regulation in Bromus tectorum L. II. Reaction norms in response to a water stress gradient imposed during seed maturation. Oecologia 120: 35-43. Link


Monson, S. B. 1994. The competitive influence of cheatgrass (Bromus tectorum) on site restoration. In: S. B. Monsen and S. G. Kitchens [EDS.]. Ecology and Management of Annual Rangelands. Boise, ID: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Intermountain Research Stati on, Ogden, UT. p. 43-50.


Rafferty, D. L., and J. A. Young. 2002. Cheatgrass competition and establishment of desert needlegrass seedlings. Journal of Range Management 55: 70-72. Link


Stewart, G., and A. C. Hull. 1949. Cheatgrass (Bromus Tectorum L.)--An Ecological Intruder in Southern Idaho. Ecology 30: 58-74. Link


Young, J. A., and W. S. Longland. 1996. Impact of alien plants on Great Basin rangelands. Weed Technology 10: 384-391. Link


Young, J. A., R. A. Evans, and C. Rimbey. 1985. Weed-Control and Revegetation Following Western Juniper (Juniperus-Occidentalis) Control. Weed Science 33: 513-517.



Other Weed Species

Young, J. A. 1992. Ecology and Management of Medusahead (Taeniatherum-Caput-Medusae ssp Asperum [Simk] Melderis). Great Basin Naturalist 52: 245-252.


Young, J. A., and W. S. Longland. 1996. Impact of alien plants on Grant Basin rangelands. Weed Technology 10: 384-391.


Young, J. A., R. A. Evans, and C. Rimbey. 1985. Weed-Control and Revegetation Following Western Juniper (Juniperus-Occidentalis) Control. Weed Science 33: 513-517.