Ward, S., And 23 others, including, & Dukes, J. (2014). Agricultural Weed Research: A Critique and Two Proposals. Weed Science, 64, 672-678.
Vicca, S., And 47 others, including, & Dukes, J. (2014). Can current moisture responses predict soil CO2 efflux under altered precipitation regimes? A synthesis of manipulation experiments. Biogeosciences, 11, 2991-3013.
Bahn, M., Reichstein, M., Dukes, J., Smith, M., & McDowell, N. (2014). Climate-biosphere interactions in a more extreme world. New Phytologist, 202, 356-359.
Dukes, J., Rogers, A., & Medlyn, B. (2014). Improving representation of photosynthesis in Earth System Models. New Phytologist, 204, 14-Dec.
IbàÐez, I., Diez, J., Miller, L., Olden, J., Sorte, C., Blumenthal, D., Bradley, B., . . . Lawler, J. (2014). Integrated Assessment of Biological Invasions. Ecological Applications, 24, 25-37.
Schuster, M., & Dukes, J. (2014). Non-additive effects of invasive tree litter shift seasonal N release: a potential invasion feedback. Oikos, 123, 1101-1111.
Polgar, C., Primack, R., Dukes, J., Schaaf, C., Wang, Z., & Hoeppner, S. (2014). Tree leaf out response to temperature: comparing field observations, remote sensing, and a warming experiment. International Journal of Biometeorology, 58, 1251-1257.
Dukes, J., Classen, A., Wan, S., & Langley, J. (2014). Using results from global change experiments to inform land model development and calibration. New Phytologist, 204, 744-746.
Suseela, V., Tharayil, N., Xing, B., & Dukes, J. (2014). Warming alters potential enzyme activity but precipitation regulates chemical transformations in grass litter exposed to simulated climatic changes. Soil Biology & Biochemistry, 75, 102-112.