Silene acaulis by Eric Lamb

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Peer-Reviewed Publications

Mischkolz JM, Schellenberg MP, Lamb EG (2016) Assembling productive communities of native grass and legume species: finding the right mix. Applied Vegetation Science 19: 111-121.

Lavender, TM, BS Schamp, and EG Lamb. 2016. The Influence of Matrix Size on Statistical Properties of Co-Occurrence and Limiting Similarity Null Models. PLoS ONE 11:e0151146.

Letts B, Lamb E, Mischkolz J, Romo J (2015) Litter accumulation drives grassland plant community composition and functional diversity via leaf traits. Plant Ecol 216: 357-370.

Piper C, Lamb E, Siciliano S (2015) Smooth brome changes gross soil nitrogen cycling processes during invasion of a rough fescue grassland. Plant Ecol 216: 235-246.

Piper CL, Siciliano SD, Winsley T, Lamb EG (2015) Smooth brome invasion increases rare soil bacterial species prevalence, bacterial species richness and evenness. J Ecol 103: 386-396.

Lamb EG, Mengersen KL, Stewart KJ, Attanayake U, Siciliano SD (2014) Spatially explicit structural equation modeling. Ecology 95: 2434-2442.

Siciliano SD, Palmer AS, Winsley T, Lamb E, Bissett A, Brown MV, van Dorst J, Ji M, Ferrari BC, Grogan P, Chu H, Snape I (2014) Soil fertility is associated with fungal and bacterial richness, whereas pH is associated with community composition in polar soil microbial communities. Soil Biol Biochem 78: 10-20.

Zhang T, Lamb EG, Soto-Cerda B, Duguid S, Cloutier S, Rowland G, Diederichsen A, Booker HM (2014) Structural equation modeling of the Canadian flax (Linum usitatissimum L.) core collection for multiple phenotypic traits. Can J Plant Sci 94: 1325-1332.

Booker HM, Mischkolz JM, St. Louis M, Lamb EG (2014) Analysis of the prevalence of CDC Triffid transgenic flax in Canadian grain stocks. AgBio Forum 17: 75-83.

Guedo D, Lamb EG (2013a) Prescribed Burning Has Limited Long-Term Effectiveness in Controlling Trembling Aspen (Populus tremuloides) Encroachment into Fescue Grassland in Prince Albert National Park. Can Field-Nat 127: 50-56.

Guedo DD, Lamb EG (2013b) Temporal changes in abundance-occupancy relationships within and between communities after disturbance. J Veg Sci 24: 607-615.

Mischkolz, J.M., M.P. Schellenberg, and E.G. Lamb. 2013. Early productivity and crude protein content of establishing forage swards composed of combinations of native grass and legume species in mixed-grassland ecoregions. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 93:445-454

Guy, A.L., Mischkolz, J.M., and E.G. Lamb. 2013. Limited effects of simulated acidic deposition on seedling survivorship and root morphology of endemic plant taxa of the Athabasca Sand Dunes in well watered greenhouse trials. Botany 91:176-181

Palit, R., J. F. Cahill, and E. G. Lamb. 2013. Irrigation but not N fertilization enhances seedhead density in plains rough fescue (Festuca hallii). Grass and Forage Science 68:120-124

Lamb, E. G. and D. D. Guedo. 2012. The Distribution, Abundance, and Environmental Affinities of the Endemic Vascular Plant Taxa of the Athabasca Sand Dunes of Northern Saskatchewan. Ecoscience 19:161-169

Lamb, E.G., A.C. Stewart, and J.F. Cahill. 2012. Root system size determines plant performance following short-term soil nutrient pulses. Plant Ecology 201:1803-1812.

Zhang, S. and E.G. Lamb. 2012. Plant competitive ability and the transitivity of competitive hierarchies change with plant age. Plant Ecology 213:15:23.

Lamb, E. G., S. Han, B. D. Lanoil, G. H. R. Henry, M. E. Brummell, S. Banerjee, and S. D. Siciliano. 2011. A High Arctic soil ecosystem resists long-term environmental manipulations. Global Change Biology 17:3187-3194.

Lamb, E. G., S. J. Shirtliffe, and W. E. May. 2011. Structural equation modeling in the plant sciences: an example using yield components in oat. Canadian Journal of Plant Science 91:603-619.

Stewart, K. J., E. G. Lamb, D. S. Coxon, and S. D. Siciliano. 2011. Bryophyte-cyanobacterial associations as a key factor in N2-fixation across the Canadian Arctic. Plant and Soil 344:335-356.

Zhang, S., C. Zhao, and E. G. Lamb. 2011. Cotyledon damage affects seed number through final plant size in the annual grassland species Medicago lupulina. Annals of Botany 107:437-442.

Lamb, E.G., N. Kennedy, and S.D. Siciliano. 2011. Effects of plant species richness and evenness on soil microbial diversity and function. Plant and Soil 338:483-495

Lamb, E. G. and H. M. Booker. 2011. Quantification of low-level genetically modified (GM) seed presence in large seed lots: a case study of GM seed in Canadian flax breeder seed lots. Seed Science Research 21:315-321.

Cahill, J.F., G.G. McNickle, J.J. Haag, E.G. Lamb, S.M. Nyanumba, and C.C. St. Clair. 2010. Plants integrate information about nutrients and neighbours. Science 328:1657.

Lamb, E.G., E.M. Bayne, G. Holloway, J. Schieck, S. Boutin, J. Herbers, and D.H. Haughland. 2009. Indices for monitoring biodiversity change: Are some more effective than others? Ecological Indicators 9:432-444.

Lamb, E.G., S.W. Kembel, and J.F. Cahill. 2009. Shoot, but not root, competition reduces community diversity in experimental mesocosms. Journal of Ecology 97:155-163.

Lamb, E.G. and J.F. Cahill. 2008. When competition does not matter: grassland diversity and community composition. American Naturalist 171:777-787.

Lamb, E.G. 2008. Direct and indirect control of species richness and evenness by litter, resources, and neighbor biomass in a native grassland. Ecology 89:216-225.

Cahill, J.F., S.W. Kembel, E.G. Lamb, and P.A. Keddy. 2008. Does phylogenetic relatedness influence the strength of competition? Perspectives in Plant Ecology, Evolution, and Systematics 10:41-50.

Mallik, A.U., M.K. Hossain, and E.G. Lamb. 2008. Species and spacing effects of northern conifers on forest productivity and soil chemistry in a 50-year old common garden experiment. Journal of Forestry 106:83-90.

Cahill, J.F. and E.G. Lamb. 2007. Interactions between root and shoot competition and plant traits. HortScience 42:1110-1112.

Lamb, E.G., B.H. Shore, and J.F. Cahill. 2007. Water and nitrogen addition differentially impact plant competition in a native rough fescue grassland. Plant Ecology 192:21-33.

Lamb, E.G., J. F. Cahill, and M.R.T. Dale. 2006. The analysis of competition data by non-linear regression using a power function. Ecology 87:1452-1457.

Lamb, E.G. and J.F. Cahill. 2006. Consequences of differing competitive abilities between juvenile and adult plants. Oikos 112:502-512.

Lamb, E.G., J.J. Haag, and J.F. Cahill. 2004. Patch-background contrast and patch density have limited effects on root proliferation and plant performance in Abutilon theophrasti. Functional Ecology 18:836-844.

Lamb, E.G. and A.U. Mallik. 2003. Plant species traits across a riparian zone-forest ecotone. Journal of Vegetation Science 14:853-858.

Lamb, E.G., A.U. Mallik, and R. Mackereth. 2003. The early impact of adjacent clearcutting and forest fire on riparian zone vegetation in northwestern Ontario. Forest Ecology and Management 177:529-538.

Lamb, E.G. and W. Megill. 2003. The shoreline fringe forest and adjacent peatlands of the southern central British Columbia coast. The Canadian Field Naturalist 117:209-217.

Mallik, A.U., E.G. Lamb, and H. Rasid. 2001. Vegetation zonation among the microhabitats in a lacustrine environment: Analysis and application of belowground species trait patterns. Ecological Engineering 18:135-146.

Non-Refereed Reports

Lamb, E.G., J.M. Mischkolz, and D. Guedo 2011. The distribution and abundance of the endemic vascular plant taxa of the Athabasca Sand Dunes of northern Saskatchewan.Department of Plant Science, University of Saskatchewan

Catellier, C. C. and E. G. Lamb. 2011. Evaluating threats and management practices for recovery of Hairy Prairie Clover and protection of critical habitat. Department of Plant Sciences, University of Saskatchewan.

E. G. Lamb. 2011. Collection and increase of clammyweed (Polanisia dodecandra) seed from the native population at aggregate pit 72K105.Department of Plant Sciences, University of Saskatchewan

Note: this report is superseeded by Lamb et al. 2011. Lamb, E.G. 2010. The distribution and abundance of the endemic vascular plant taxa of the Athabasca Sand Dunes of northern Saskatchewan. Department of Plant Sciences, University of Saskatchewan

Lamb, E.G., Dolmat, Y., Holloway, J., Shankel, C., Megill, W. 2000. Findings of the 1999 CERF survey of coastal biodiversity on the central coast of British Columbia. Coastal Ecosystems Research Foundation.