Publications

( * undergraduate coauthor; † as corresponding author)

2019

18. Winkler DE, *Lin MY, Delgadillo J, Chapin KJ, Huxman TE. in press. Early life history responses and phenotypic shifts in a rare endemic plant responding to climate change. Conservation Physiology.

17. Winkler DE, Grossiord C, Belnap J, Howell A, Ferrenberg S, Smith H, Reed SC. 2019. Earlier plant growth helps compensate for reduced carbon fixation after 13 years of warming. Functional Ecology. doi: 10.1111/1365-2435.13432 link

16. Rodríguez-Buriticá S, †Winkler DE, Webb RH, Venable DL. 2019. Local, temporal trajectories explain population-level responses to climate change in saguaro (Carnegiea gigantea). Ecosphere. doi: 10.1002/ecs2.2844 link

15. Winkler DE, Belnap J, Hoover D, Reed SC, Duniway MC. 2019. Shrub persistence and increased grass mortality in response to meteorological drought in dryland systems. Global Change Biology 25(9): 3121–3135. doi: 10.1111/gcb.14667 link

14. Winkler DE, Chapin KJ, François O, Garmon JD, Gaut BS, Huxman TE. 2019. Multiple introductions and population structure during the rapid expansion of the invasive Sahara mustard (Brassica tournefortii). Ecology and Evolution 9(14): 7928–7941. doi: 10.1002/ece3.5239 link

13. Winkler DE. 2019. Contemporary human impacts on alpine ecosystems: the direct and indirect effects of human-induced climate change and land use. In: Elias S (Ed.) Encyclopedia of the World’s Biomes. Elsevier. doi: 10.1016/B978-0-12-409548-9.11879-2 link

12. Winkler DE, Lubetkin KC, Carrell AA, Jabis MD, Yang Y, Kueppers LM. 2019. Alpine plant community responses to climate warming. In: Mohan JE (Ed.) Ecosystem Consequences of Soil Warming: Microbes, Vegetation, Fauna, and Soil Biogeochemistry, pp. 297–346 . Elsevier. doi: 10.1016/B978-0-12-813493-1.00013-2 link

11. Mohan, J, Wadgymar S, Winkler DE, Anderson J, Frankson P, Hanifin R, Benavides K, Kueppers LM, Melillo J. 2019. Plant reproductive, fitness, and phenology responses to to climate warming: results from native populations, communities and ecosystems. In: Mohan JE (Ed.) Ecosystem Consequences of Soil Warming: Microbes, Vegetation, Fauna, and Soil Biogeochemistry, pp. 61–102. Elsevier. doi: 10.1016/B978-0-12-813493-1.00004-1 link

2018

10. Winkler DE, Backer D, Belnap J, Bradford J, Butterfield B, Copeland S, Duniway M, Faist A, Fick S, Jensen S, Kramer A, Mann R, Massatti R, McCormick M, Munson S, Olwell P, Parr S, Pfennigwerth A, Pilmanis A, Richardson B, *Samuel E, See K, Young K, Reed SC. 2018. Beyond traditional ecological restoration on the Colorado Plateau. Restoration Ecology 26 (6): 1055–1060. doi: 10.1111/rec.12876 link

9. Winkler DE, Butz RJ, Germino MJ, Reinhardt K, Kueppers LM. 2018. Sensitivity of alpine plant species’ phenology and physiology to spatio-temporal variation in snowmelt timing. Frontiers in Plant Science 9: 1140. doi: 10.3389/fpls.2018.01140 link

8. Chapin KJ, Winkler DE, Wiencek P, Agnarsson I. 2018. Island biogeography and ecological modeling of the amblypygid Phrynus marginemaculatus in the Florida Keys archipelago. Ecology and Evolution 8 (18): 9139–9151. doi: 10.1002/ece3.4333 link

7. Winkler DE, Gremer JR, Chapin KJ, *Kao M, Huxman TE. 2018. Rapid alignment of functional trait variation with locality across the invaded range of Sahara mustard (Brassica tournefortii). American Journal of Botany 105 (7): 1188–1197. doi: 10.1002/ajb2.1126 link

6. Kudo G, Aoshima Y, Miyata R, Winkler DE. 2018. Altered morphologies and physiological compensation in a rapidly expanding dwarf bamboo in alpine ecosystems. Arctic, Antarctic and Alpine Research 50 (1): e1463733. doi:10.1080/15230430.2018.1463733 link

5. Winkler DE, Conver JL, Huxman TE, Swann DE. 2018. The interaction of drought and habitat explain space-time patterns of establishment in saguaro (Carnegiea gigantea). Ecology 99 (3): 621–631. doi: 10.1002/ecy.2124 link

2017

4. Conver, JL, Foley T, Winkler DE, Swann DE. 2017. Demographic changes over > 70 yr in a population of saguaro cacti (Carnegiea gigantea) in the northern Sonoran Desert. Journal of Arid Environments 139: 41–48. doi: 10.1016/j.jaridenv.2016.12.008 link

3. Kudo G, Kawai Y, Amagai Y, Winkler DE. 2017. Degradation and recovery of an alpine plant community: experimental removal of an encroaching dwarf bamboo. Alpine Botany 127: 75–83. doi: 10.1007/s00035-016-0178-2 link

2016

2. Winkler DE, Amagai Y, Huxman TE, Kaneko M, Kudo G. 2016. Seasonal dry-down rates and high stress tolerance promote bamboo invasion above and below treeline. Plant Ecology 217(10): 1219–1234. doi: 10.1007/s11258-016-0649-y link

1. Winkler DE, Chapin KJ, Kueppers LM. 2016. Soil moisture mediates alpine life form and community productivity responses to warming. Ecology 97(6): 1553–1563. doi: 10.1890/15-1197.1 link