David D. Briske
David D. Briske
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Consequences of more extreme precipitation regimes for terrestrial ecosystems
AK Knapp, C Beier, DD Briske, AT Classen, Y Luo, M Reichstein, ...
Bioscience 58 (9), 811-821, 2008
8492008
Rotational grazing on rangelands: reconciliation of perception and experimental evidence
DD Briske, JD Derner, JR Brown, SD Fuhlendorf, WR Teague, ...
Rangeland Ecology & Management 61 (1), 3-17, 2008
5362008
State-and-transition models, thresholds, and rangeland health: a synthesis of ecological concepts and perspectives
DD Briske, SD Fuhlendorf, FE Smeins
Rangeland Ecology & Management 58 (1), 1-10, 2005
4792005
Vegetation dynamics on rangelands: a critique of the current paradigms
DD Briske, SD Fuhlendorf, FE Smeins
Journal of Applied Ecology, 601-614, 2003
4702003
Developmental morphology and physiology of grasses
DD Briske
Grazing management: an ecological perspective 85, 108, 1991
4651991
Strategies of plant survival in grazed systems: a functional interpretation
DD Briske
The ecology and management of grazing systems, 37-67, 1996
3581996
Plant responses to defoliation: a physiological, morphological and demographic evaluation
DD Briske, JH Richards
Wildland plants: physiological ecology and developmental morphology, 635-710, 1995
3511995
Physiology of plants recovering from defoliation
DD Briske, JH Richards
Proceedings of the XVII international grassland congress, 85, 1993
3181993
A unified framework for assessment and application of ecological thresholds
DD Briske, SD Fuhlendorf, FE Smeins
Rangeland Ecology & Management 59 (3), 225-236, 2006
2892006
Grazing and ecosystem carbon storage in the North American Great Plains
JD Derner, TW Boutton, DD Briske
Plant and Soil 280 (1-2), 77-90, 2006
2562006
Recommendations for development of resilience-based state-and-transition models
DD Briske, BT Bestelmeyer, TK Stringham, PL Shaver
Rangeland Ecology & Management 61 (4), 359-367, 2008
2402008
Herbivore‐induced species replacement in grasslands: is it driven by herbivory tolerance or avoidance?
VJ Anderson, DD Briske
Ecological Applications 5 (4), 1014-1024, 1995
2111995
Does grazing mediate soil carbon and nitrogen accumulation beneath C4, perennial grasses along an environmental gradient?
JD Derner, DD Briske, TW Boutton
Plant and soil 191 (2), 147-156, 1997
2031997
Herbaceous vegetation change in variable rangeland environments: the relative contribution of grazing and climatic variability
SD Fuhlendorf, DD Briske, FE Smeins
Applied Vegetation Science 4 (2), 177-188, 2001
1862001
Climate change and North American rangelands: trends, projections, and implications
HW Polley, DD Briske, JA Morgan, K Wolter, DW Bailey, JR Brown
Rangeland Ecology & Management 66 (5), 493-511, 2013
1842013
Origin, persistence, and resolution of the rotational grazing debate: integrating human dimensions into rangeland research
DD Briske, NF Sayre, L Huntsinger, M Fernández-Giménez, B Budd, ...
Rangeland Ecology & Management 64 (4), 325-334, 2011
1642011
Regulation of tillering by apical dominance: chronology, interpretive value, and current perspectives.
JS Murphy, DD Briske
Rangeland Ecology & Management/Journal of Range Management Archives 45 (5 …, 1992
1591992
An ecological perspective
DD Briske, RK Heitschmidt
Grazing Management: An Ecological Perspective, Heitschmidt, RK and JW Stuth …, 1991
1581991
Population structure and tiller demography of the bunchgrass Schizachyrium scoparium in response to herbivory
JL Butler, DD Briske
Oikos, 306-312, 1988
1421988
Isoprene emission from terrestrial ecosystems in response to global change: minding the gap between models and observations
RK Monson, N Trahan, TN Rosenstiel, P Veres, D Moore, M Wilkinson, ...
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A: Mathematical, Physical …, 2007
1262007
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