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Publications: Glacier Creek Preserve

Peer reviewed journal articles and book chapters resulting from research conducted at Glacier Creek Preserve.

Benning, T.L. and T.B. Bragg.  1993.  Response of big bluestem (Andropogon gerardii Vitman) to specific date of spring burning.  The American Midland Naturalist 130: 127-132.

Bragg, T.B.  1982.  Changes in moisture content of little bluestem (Andropogon scoparius) standing dead following rainfall.  Transactions of the Nebraska Academy of Sciences X: 5-6.

Bragg, T.B. and L.J. Stephens.  1979.  Effects of agricultural terraces on the reestablishment of bluestem grasslands.  Journal of Range Management 32: 437-441.

Bragg, T.B.  1982.  Seasonal variations in fuel and fuel consumption by fires in a bluestem prairie.  Ecology 63: 7-11.

Clarke, W.M. and T.B. Bragg.  1994.  Movement of tallgrass prairie plant species from sod transplant into adjacent reestablished grassland.  The Prairie Naturalist 26(1):67-81.

Erwin, W.J. and R.H. Stasiak.  1979.  Vertebrate mortality during the burning of a reestablished prairie in Nebraska.  The American Midland Naturalist 101: 247-249.

Kirsch, E.M.  1997.  Small mammal community composition in cornfields, roadside ditches,a nd prairies in Eastern Nebraska.  Natural Areas Journal 17: 204-211.

Ohr, K.M. and T.B. Bragg.  1985.  Effects of fire on nutrient and energy concentration of five prairie grass species.  Prairie Naturalist 17: 113-126.

Schacht, W.H., J. Stubbendieck, T.B. Bragg, A.J. Smart and J.W. Doran.  1996.  Soil quality response of reestablished grasslands to mowing and burning.  Journal of Range Management 49: 458-463.

Vacanti, P.L., and K.N. Geluso.  1985.  Recolonization of a burned prairie by meadow voles (Microtus pennsylvanicus).  Prairie Naturalist 17: 15-22.

Vinton, M.A. and E.M. Goergen.  2006.  Plant-soil feedbacks contribute to the persistence of Bromus inermis in tallgrass prairie.  Ecosystems 9: 967-976. (PDF).


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