• Wind Cave National Park - Two Worlds

    Wind Cave

    National Park South Dakota

Research Bibliography - Plants

Albertson, F.W. 1953. Report of Study of Grassland Areas of Badlands National Monument, South Dakota; Fort Robinson Military Reservation in Nebraska; North and South Units of Theodore Roosevelt National Memorial Park, North Dakota; and Wind Cave National Park, South Dakota. Kansas State College, Hays, Kansas. 32 p.

Archer, Steven, Garrett, M.G. and Detling, James K. 1987. Rates of Vegetation Change Associated with Prairie Dogs (Cynomys ludovicianus) Grazing in North American Mixed-Grass Prairie. Vegetation. 72. pp. 159-166.

Archer, Steve. 1986. Evaluation of Potential Herbivore Mediation of Plant Water Status in a North American Mixed-Grass Prairie. OIKOS. 47. pp. 287-291.

Archer, Steve. 1982. Plant Community Structure, Competitive Interactions and Water Relations as Influenced by Herbivores. Colorado State University, Ft. Collins, CO. 114 p.

Ashton, Isabel W., Prowatzke, Michael, Wilson, Stephen K. 2013. Plant Community Composition and Structure Monitoring for Wind Cave National Park, 2012 Annual Report Natural Resource Technical Report NPS/NGPN/NRTR - 2013/678

Ashton, Isabel W., Prowatzke, Michael, Wilson, Stephen K. Graeve, Phil, Swanson, Dan. 2012. Forest Structure and Fuel Loads at Wind Cave National Park 2012 Status Report. Natural Resource Technical Report NPS/NGPN/NRTR—2013/776

Brutvan, B. and Klukas, R. 1982. Checklist of Plants of Wind Cave National Park. 32 p.

Burkhart, Beth and Kovacs, Kevin, 2013. Condition Assessment of Streambanks and Streamside Vegetation on Perennial Streams in Wind Cave National Park. NPS/WICA/NRTR-2013/758. 93 p.

Cid, M.S., Detling, J.K., Brizuela, M.A. and Whicker, A.D. 1988. Patterns in Grass Silicification: Response to Grazing History and Defoliation. Oecologia 80. pp. 268-271.

Cid, M.S., Detling, J.K., Whicher, A.D. and Brizuela, M.A. 1990. Silicon Uptake and Distribution in Agropyron smithii as Related to Grazing History and Defoliation. Journal of Range Management 43. pp. 344-346.

Cid, M. Silvia, Detling, James K., Whicker, April D. and Brizuela, Miguel A. 1991. Vegetational Responses of a Mixed-Grass Prairie Site Following Exclusion of Prairie Dogs and Bison. Journal of Range Management 44. pp. 100-105.

Cid, Maria S. 1985. Effects of Grazing Exposure History and Defoliation on Silicon Concentration of Agropyron smithii. M.S. Thesis. Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO. 34+ p.

Cogan, Dan, Marriott Hollis, Von Loh Jim and Pucherelli Michael J.. 1999. USGS-NPS Vegetation Mapping Program.

Coppock, D.L., Detling, J.K., Ellis, J.E. and Dyer, M.I. 1983. Plant-herbivore interactions in a North American mixed-grass prairie. Effects of black-tailed prairie dogs on intraseasonal aboveground plant biomass and nutrient dynamics and plant species diversity. Oecologia 56. pp. 1-9.

Coppock, David Layne. 1980. Bison-Prairie Dog-Vegetation Interactions in Wind Cave National Park, South Dakota. M.S. Thesis. Colorado State University, Ft. Collins, CO. 145 p.

Curtin, Marie M. 2004. Manual control of Canada thistle: A reasonable alternative for controlling small infestations in sensitive areas. NPS Natural Resource Year in Review - 2004. p. 40-41.

Day, T.A. and Detling, J.K.. 1990. Changes in Grass Leaf Water Relations Following Bison Urine Deposition. American Midlands Naturalist 123. pp. 171-178.

Day, T.A. and Detling, J.K.. 1990. Grassland Patch Dynamics and Herbivore Grazing Preference Following Urine Deposition. Ecology 71. pp. 180-188.

Day, Thomas A. 1988. Modification of Individual Plant and Community Water and Nitrogen Relations by Grassland Herbivores. PhD Dissertation. Colorado State University, Ft. Collins, CO. 134 p.

Decker, L.J. 1972. Lichen Collection.

Detling, J.K. and Painter, E.L.. 1983. Defoliation Responses of Western Wheatgrass Populations with Diverse Histories of Prairie Dog Grazing. Oecologia 57. pp. 65-71.

Detling, James K., Hobbs, N. Thompson and Gerhardt, Troy 1993. Grass-grazer Interactions at Wind Cave National Park, Final Report. 52 p.

Fritz, Randall J. 1982. Ages of Ponderosa Pine in Relation to Presumed Fire History in Wind Cave National Park. 5 p.

Gartner, F. Robert. 1977. Ecological Changes on Pine Grassland Burned in Fall and Spring. South Dakota State University. 35 p. + Appendixes.

Gartner, F. Robert. 1975. Wind Cave National Park Grassland Ecology. South Dakota State University. 29 p. + Appendixes.

Gartner, F.R. 1975. Wind Cave National Park Grassland Ecology. SDSU Agriculture Research Center. 44 p.

Gartner, F. Robert. 1975. Wind Cave National Park Grassland Ecology-supplement. SDSU Agriculture Research Center. 44 p.

Gold, Ilyse Karen. 1976. Effects of Blacktail Prairie Dog Mounds on Short-grass Vegetation. M.S. Thesis. Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colorado. 40 p.

Hays, L.L. 199?. Alien Plants in Wind Cave National Park. 2 p.

Holland, Elisabeth A. and Detling, James K. 1990. Plant Response to Herbivory and Below Ground Nitrogen Cycling. Ecology 71. pp. 1040-1049.

Holland, Elisabeth Ann. 1988. Plant Carbon Allocation and Nitrogen Cycling in a Perennial Grassland: The Role of Herbivory. PhD dissertation. Colorado State University. Ft. Collins, CO. 110 p.

Ingham, R.E. and Detling, J.K. 1984. Plant-Herbivore Interactions in a North American Mixed-Grass Prairie, III. Soil nematode populations and root biomass on Cynomys ludovicianus colonies and adjacent uncolonized areas. Oecologia 63. pp 307-313.

Ingham, R.E. and Detling, J.K. 1982. Plant-Herbivore Interactions in North America Mixed-Grass Prairie. IV. Effects of Grazing by Prairie dogs and Bison on Populations of Soil Nematodes. Oecologia 61. pp 307-313.

Jaramillo, V.J. and Detling, J.K.. 1988. Grazing history, defoliation, and competition: Effects on shortgrass production and nitrogen accumulation. Ecology 69. pp 1599-1608.

Jaramillo, Victor J. 1986. The Effect of Grazing History on Competition on the Response of Bouteloua gracilis to Defoliation. M.S. thesis. Colorado State University. Ft. Collins, CO.

Kendall, Deborah M. 1996. Biocontrol Pest Management for Thistles in Wind Cave National Park. Annual and Semiannual Reports; Proj. No.: WICA-R92-0200; Coop Agreement:CA 1268-1-9016; Work Order: FLC-5, FLC-8, FLC-10, FLC-14, FLC-19; 1992-1996.

Kendall, Deborah M. 1995. Biocontrol Pest Management for Thistles in Wind Cave National Park. Annual Report; Proj. No.: WICA-R92-0200; Coop Agreement:CA 1268-1-9016; Work Order: FLC 10.

Kendall, Deborah M. Biocontrol Pest Management for Thistles in Wind Cave National Park and Biocontrol of Spurge in Jewel Cave National Monument. Annual Report; Proj. No.: WICA-R92-0200; Coop Agreement:CA 1268-1-9016; Work Order: FLC 8.

King, David A., Bachelet, Dominique M., Symstad , Amy J. Vegetation Projections for Wind Cave National Park with Three Future Climate Scenarios, Final Report in Completion of Task Agreement J8W07100052 NPS/WICA/NRTR-2013/681 This report summarizes the vegetation modeling component of the WICA climate change project 2010-2013 (Quantitative Forecasting of Above and Below Ground Climate Change Impacts at WICA).

Krueger, Kirsten Ann. 1988. Grassland Stability: An Experimental Analysis of Local Resistance and Resilience. PhD Dissertation. Colorado State University. 64 p.

Maguder, T.L. 1983. Wind Cave's Riparian Habitats. South Dakota Digest 52.

Marriott, Hollis. 1999. Wind Cave National Park Floristic Survey Focusing on Rare Plants. 60+ p.

Marriott, Hollis and Hartman, Ronald L. 1986. A Survey of the Vegetation of Jewel Cave National Monument. Completion Report, U.W.-N.P.S. Research Center Project. 17+ p.

McIntosh, Arthur C. 1931. A Botanical Survey of the Black Hills of South Dakota. The Black Hills Engineer 19. pp. 159-278.

McNulty-Huffman, Dan. 1992. Development and Preliminary Use of a GIS Database for Wind Cave National Park. Prepared for NR510.

NPS. March 2005. Northern Great Plains Exotic Plant Management Management Plan and Environmental Assessment. 460 p.

Nydegger, LeRoy. 1937. Report on Summer Activities at Wind Cave National Park. 10 p.

Ogle, Stephen M. 2000. Impacts of Annual Brome Grasses, Bromus japonicus and Bromus Tectorum, on the Structure and Function of a Mixed Grass Prairie Ecosystem. 135 p.

Ogle, Stephen M. 1995. Spatial Analysis of Exotic Plant Invasion in Wind Cave National Park, South Dakota, U.S.A. 78 p.

Ogle, Stephen M. and Reiners, William A. 2001. A Phytosociological Study of Exotic Annual Brome Grasses in a Mixed Grass Prairie/Ponderosa Pine Forest Ecotone. The American Midland Naturalist 147. pp. 25-31.

Painter, Elizabeth Lee . 1987. Grazing and Intraspecific Variation in Four North American Grass Species. PhD Dissertation. Colorado State University, Ft. Collins. 172 p.

Redente, Edward F. 1992. Restoration Recommendations for Wind Cave National Park (chapter of Restoration Management Plans for National Park Service Sites in Colorado, South Dakota, North Dakota, and Wyoming). 21 p.

Redente, Edward F. 1993. Restoration Management Plans for National Park Service Prairie Sites in Colorado, South Dakota, North Dakota, and Wyoming Final Draft. Colorado State University.

Ripple, William J. and Beschta, Robert L. 2007. Hardwood Tree Decline Following Large Carnivore Loss on the Great Plains, USA. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment. 241-246.

Sigafoos, W.L. 1960. Chrysomelidae of Wind Cave National Park, South Dakota. 25 p.

Smith, Jack. 1978. Rare Tree and Shrub Survey in Wind Cave National Park. 18 p. + Appendixes.

Thomas, Richard W. 1966. Checklist of Ferns and Flowering Plants Wind Cave National Park. 21 p.

Tieszen, L.L. 1990. Community Change at Wind Cave National Park. 26 p.


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