Mark Dixon
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Riparian zones increase regional species richness by harboring different, not more, species
JL Sabo, R Sponseller, M Dixon, K Gade, T Harms, J Heffernan, A Jani, ...
Ecology 86 (1), 56-62, 2005
Importance of low‐flow and high‐flow characteristics to restoration of riparian vegetation along rivers in arid south‐western United States
JC Stromberg, VB Beauchamp, MD Dixon, SJ Lite, C Paradzick
Freshwater Biology 52 (4), 651-679, 2007
Consequences of human-altered floods: levees, floods, and floodplain forests along the Wisconsin River
SE Gergel, MD Dixon, MG Turner
Ecological applications 12 (6), 1755-1770, 2002
Effects of stream flow patterns on riparian vegetation of a semiarid river: implications for a changing climate
JC Stromberg, SJ Lite, MD Dixon
River Research and Applications 26 (6), 712-729, 2010
Stating mechanisms and refining criteria for ecologically successful river restoration: a comment on Palmer et al. (2005)
R Jansson, H Backx, AJ Boulton, M Dixon, D Dudgeon, FMR Hughes, ...
Journal of applied Ecology 42 (2), 218-222, 2005
Distribution and abundance of trees in floodplain forests of the Wisconsin River: environmental influences at different scales
MG Turner, SE Gergel, MD Dixon, JR Miller
Journal of vegetation science 15 (6), 729-738, 2004
Effects of flow pattern on riparian seedling recruitment on sandbars in the Wisconsin River, Wisconsin, USA
MD Dixon
Wetlands 23 (1), 125-139, 2003
Response of avian communities in large‐river floodplains to environmental variation at multiple scales
JR Miller, MD Dixon, MG Turner
Ecological Applications 14 (5), 1394-1410, 2004
Mapping the response of riparian vegetation to possible flow reductions in the Snake River, Idaho
WC Johnson, MD Dixon, R Simons, S Jenson, K Larson
Geomorphology 13 (1-4), 159-173, 1995
Nut caching by blue jays (Cyanocitta cristata L.): implications for tree demography
WC Johnson, CS Adkisson, TR Crow, MD Dixon
American Midland Naturalist, 357-370, 1997
Status of the riparian ecosystem in the upper San Pedro River, Arizona: application of an assessment model
JC Stromberg, SJ Lite, TJ Rychener, LR Levick, MD Dixon, JM Watts
Environmental Monitoring and Assessment 115 (1), 145-173, 2006
Riparian tree seedling distribution on Wisconsin River sandbars: controls at different spatial scales
MD Dixon, MG Turner, C Jin
Ecological Monographs 72 (4), 465-485, 2002
Forty years of vegetation change on the Missouri River floodplain
WC Johnson, MD Dixon, ML Scott, L Rabbe, G Larson, M Volke, B Werner
BioScience 62 (2), 123-135, 2012
Dynamics of plains cottonwood (Populus deltoides) forests and historical landscape change along unchannelized segments of the Missouri River, USA
MD Dixon, WC Johnson, ML Scott, DE Bowen, LA Rabbe
Environmental management 49 (5), 990-1008, 2012
Simulated recruitment of riparian trees and shrubs under natural and regulated flow regimes on the Wisconsin River, USA
MD Dixon, MG Turner
River Research and Applications 22 (10), 1057-1083, 2006
Hydrologic requirements of and consumptive ground-water use by riparian vegetation along tne San Pedro River, Arizona
JM Leenhouts
USGS, 2006
Effects of weevil larvae on acorn use by blue jays
MD Dixon, WC Johnson, CS Adkisson
Oecologia 111 (2), 201-208, 1997
Riparian vegetation along the middle Snake River, Idaho: zonation, geographical trends, and historical changes
MD Dixon, WC Johnson
The Great Basin Naturalist, 18-34, 1999
Dryland riparian ecosystems in the American southwest: sensitivity and resilience to climatic extremes
JC Stromberg, KE McCluney, MD Dixon, T Meixner
Ecosystems 16 (3), 411-415, 2013
Effects of a ‘natural’flood event on the riparian ecosystem of a regulated large‐river system: the 2011 flood on the Missouri River, USA
MD Dixon, CJ Boever, VL Danzeisen, CL Merkord, EC Munes, ML Scott, ...
Ecohydrology 8 (5), 812-824, 2015
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