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The Institute communicates its scientific and educational information in a number of ways. One major outlet is peer-reviewed publications and reports.  Cary Institute staff regularly publish in the best-rated journals in their respective fields.

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Mahall BE, Fonteyn P, Callaway RM, Schlesinger WH.  2018.  A 37-year experimental study of the effects of structural alterations on a shrub community in the Mojave Desert, California. Journal of Ecology. 106(3):1057-1072.
Likens GE, Butler T.  2018.  Acid Rain: Causes, Consequences, and Recovery in Terrestrial, Aquatic, and Human Systems. Encyclopedia of the Anthropocene. :23-31.
Sullivan TJ, Driscoll CT, Beier CM, Burtraw D, Fernandez IJ, Galloway JN, Gay DA, Goodale CL, Likens GE, Lovett GM et al..  2018.  Air pollution success stories in the United States: The value of long-term observations. Environmental Science & Policy. 84:69-73.
Schlesinger WH.  2018.  Are wood pellets a green fuel? Science. 359(6382):1328-1329.
Boucher J, Weathers KC, Norouzi H, Steele BB.  2018.  Assessing the effectiveness of Landsat 8 chlorophyll a retrieval algorithms for regional freshwater monitoring. Ecological Applications. 28(4):1044-1054.
Hara Y, McPhearson T, Sampei Y, McGrath B.  2018.  Assessing urban agriculture potential: a comparative study of Osaka, Japan and New York city, United States. Sustainability Science. 13(4):937-952.
Meixler MS, Kennish MJ, Crowley KF.  2018.  Assessment of Plant Community Characteristics in Natural and Human-Altered Coastal Marsh Ecosystems. Estuaries and Coasts. 41(1):52-64.
Biehler D, Baker J, Pitas J-H, Bode-George Y, Jordan RC, Sorensen A, Wilson S, Goodman H, Saunders M, Bodner D et al..  2018.  Beyond “the Mosquito People”: The Challenges of Engaging Community for Environmental Justice in Infested Urban Spaces. . The Palgrave Handbook of Critical Physical Geography. :295-318.
Perez-Quezada J, Celis-Diez JL, Brito CE, Gaxiola A, Nuñez-Avila MC, Pugnaire F, Armesto JJ.  2018.  Carbon fluxes from a temperate rainforest site in southern South America reveal a very sensitive sink. Ecosphere. 9(4):e02193.
Keesing F, Ostfeld RS, Young TP, Allan BF.  2018.  Cattle and rainfall affect tick abundance in central Kenya. Parasitology. 145(3):345-354.
Depietri Y, McPhearson T.  2018.  Changing urban risk: 140 years of climatic hazards in New York City. Climatic Change. 148(1-2):95-108.
Kelly VR, Findlay SEG, Harris C.  2018.  Chemical Composition of Rock Salt Brine Compared with Brine from Oil and Gas Wells. Journal of Environmental Engineering. 144(9)
Kabisch N, Haase D, Elmqvist T, McPhearson T.  2018.  Cities Matter: Workspaces in Ecosystem-Service Assessments with Decision-Support Tools in the Context of Urban Systems. BioScience. 68(3):164-166.
Webster AJ, Groffman PM, Cadenasso ML.  2018.  Controls on denitrification potential in nitrate-rich waterways and riparian zones of an irrigated agricultural setting. Ecological Applications. 28(4):1055-1067.
Gutiérrez JL, Jones CG, Ribiero PD, Findlay SEG, Groffman PM.  2018.  Crab Burrowing Limits Surface Litter Accumulation in a Temperate Salt Marsh: Implications for Ecosystem Functioning and Connectivity. Ecosystems. 21(5):1000-1012.
Yang LH, Han BA.  2018.  Data-driven predictions and novel hypotheses about zoonotic tick vectors from the genus Ixodes. BMC Ecology. 183(1)
Ni X, Groffman PM.  2018.  Declines in methane uptake in forest soils. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 115(34):8587-8590.
McPhillips LE, Chang H, Chester MV, Depietri Y, Friedman E, Grimm NB, Kominoski JS, McPhearson T, Méndez-Lázaro P, Rosi EJ et al..  2018.  Defining Extreme Events: A Cross-Disciplinary Review. Earth's Future. 6(3):441-455.
Kelly VR, Cunningham M A, Curri N, Findlay SEG, Carroll SM.  2018.  The Distribution of Road Salt in Private Drinking Water Wells in a Southeastern New York Suburban Township. Journal of Environment Quality. 47(3):445.
Wilkinson GM, Carpenter SR, Cole JJ, Pace ML, Batt RD, Buelo CD, Kurtzweil JT.  2018.  Early warning signals precede cyanobacterial blooms in multiple whole-lake experiments. Ecological Monographs. 88(2):188-203.
Lindenmayer DB, Likens GE, Franklin JF.  2018.  Earth Observation Networks (EONs): Finding the Right Balance. Trends in Ecology & Evolution. 33(1):1-3.
Abraha M, Hamilton SK, Chen J, Robertson PG.  2018.  Ecosystem carbon exchange on conversion of Conservation Reserve Program grasslands to annual and perennial cropping systems. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology. 253-254:151-160.
Ostfeld RS, Brisson D, Oggenfuss K, Devine J, Levy MZ, Keesing F.  2018.  Effects of a zoonotic pathogen, Borrelia burgdorferi , on the behavior of a key reservoir host. Ecology and Evolution. (8):4074-4083.
Ferguson PFB, Breyta R, Brito I, Kurath G, LaDeau SL.  2018.  An epidemiological model of virus transmission in salmonid fishes of the Columbia River Basin. Ecological Modelling. 377:1-15.

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