Desert Ecology, Physiological Ecology, Global Change
- Smith SD, Huxman TE et al. (2000) Elevated CO2 increases productivity and invasive species success in an arid ecosystem. Nature 408:79-82.
- Smith SD, Monson RK, Anderson JE (1997) Physiological Ecology of North American Desert Plants. Springer-Verlag, Berlin.
- Busch DE, Smith SD (1995) Mechanisms associated with decline of woody species in riparian ecosystems of the southwestern U.S. Ecological Monographs 65:347-370.
- Nowak RS, Ellsworth DS, Smith SD (2004) Tansley Review: Functional responses of plants to elevated atmospheric CO2 – Do photosynthetic and productivity data from FACE experiments support early predictions? New Phytologist 162:253-280.
- Huxman TE, Smith MD et al. (2004) Convergence across biomes to a common rain-use efficiency. Nature 429:651-654.
- Smith SD, Devitt DA et al. (1998) Water relations of riparian plants from warm desert regions. Wetlands 18:687-696.
- Newingham BA, Vanier CH, Charlet TN, Ogle K, Smith SD, Nowak RS (2013) No cumulative effect of ten years of elevated [CO2] on perennial plant biomass components in the Mojave Desert. Global Change Biology 19:2168-2181.
- Smith SD, Charlet TN et al. (2013) Long-term response of a Mojave Desert winter annual community to a whole-ecosystem atmospheric CO2 manipulation (FACE). Global Change Biology (in press).