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Dr. Jesse Nippert
Phone: 785-532-0114 Email: nippert@ksu.eduAddress: 116 Ackert Hall, Division of Biology, Kansas State University, Manhattan, KS 66506 Interests: EcophysiologyPersonnel Home Page: Publication
1. Fay, P.A., D.M. Kaufman, J.B. Nippert, J.D. Carlisle, and C.W. Harper. 2008. Changes in grassland ecosystem function due to extreme rainfall events: implications for responses to climate change. Global Change Biology 14: 1600- 1608.

2. Nippert, J.B., and A.K. Knapp. 2007. Soil water partitioning contributes to species coexistence in tallgrass prairie. Oikos 116: 1017- 1029.

3. Nippert, J.B., P.A. Fay and A.K. Knapp. 2007. Photosynthetic traits in C3 and C4 grassland species in mesocosm and field environments. Environmental and Experimental Botany 60: 412- 420.

4. Nippert, J.B., and A.K. Knapp. 2007. Linking water uptake with rooting patterns in grassland species. Oecologia 153: 261- 272.

5. Nippert, J. B., A. K. Knapp, and J. M. Briggs. 2006. Intra-annual rainfall variability and grassland productivity: can the past predict the future. Plant Ecology 184: 65- 74.

6. Nippert, J.B.. 2006. Life by the drop: Water as a physiological driver of the tallgrass prairie plant community.
7. Nippert, J. B., and J. M. Blair. 2005. Comparing the influence of precipitation, fire, and topography on plant productivity in the tallgrass prairie. Teaching Issues and Experiments in Ecology,Vol. 3: Issues: Data Set #1 [http://tiee.ecoed.net/vol/v3/issues/data_sets/konza/abstract.html].

8. Morgan. J. A., D. E. Pataki, C. Korner H. Clark, S. J. Del Grosso, J. M. Grunzweig, A. K. Knapp, A. R. Mosier, P. C. D. Newton, P. A. Niklaus, J. B. Nippert, R. S. Nowak, W. J. Parton, H. W. Polley, and M. R. Shaw. 2004. Water relations in grassland and desert ecosystems exposed to elevated atmospheric CO2. Oecologia 140: 11- 25.

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This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under the Long Term Ecological Research Program at Konza Prairie Biological Station. Any opinions, findings, conclusions, or recommendations expressed in the material are those of the author(s) and do not necesarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.