Newsweek, Atlantic Edition: Crisis in the Cupboard by Mac Margolis, June 9, 2003.
Minnesota Public Radio
Lakes Radio Consortium, "Curbing Nitrogen Pollution"
by Daniel Grossman, July 15, 2002.
The following are the most recent articles associated with Cedar Creek Natural History Area in the journals Science, Nature, and the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences
Community assembly and invasion: An experimental test
of neutral versus niche processes
The following are the most recent articles associated with Cedar Creek Natural History Area in Ecology, Journal of Ecology, Ecology Letters, Oecologia:
Plant diversity, soil microbial communities, and ecosystem
function: Are there any links?
Phoenix clones: recovery after long-term defoliation-induced
Legumes enhance the N status of grassland assemblages
but do not increase their responsiveness to elevated atmospheric carbon
Archives of media coverage
In-Cites: An interview with Dr. David Tilman August 2001
Washington Post: "Study of plants makes a case
for biodiversity" by William Souder, April 16, 2001, page A7
New York Times: "Simple Method Found to Increase Crop Yields
Vastly" by Carol Yoon. August 22, 2000, page D1-2.
New York Times: "Lost Rivets and Threads, and Ecosystems
Pulled Apart" by William K. Stevens. July 4, 2000.
Nature: Ecology goes underground by Jon Copley, 2000, vol. 406, pages 452-454.
Science: Rift over biodiversity divides ecologists by Jocelyn Kaiser, 2000, vol. 289, pages 1282-1283.
U.S. News & World Report: Keeping the delicate balance
of nature by Laura Tangley. November 15, 1999.
National Public Radio, Talk of the Nation Science Friday, with
Science: Green grass, cool climate? by J. Kaiser, 1996, vol. 274, pages 1620-1611.
Science: Exploring biodiversity's benefits by E. Culotta, 1996, vol. 273, pages 1045-1046.
Science: Biodiversity is a boon to ecosystems, not species by A. S. Moffat, 1996, vol. 271, page 1497.
Nature: Diversity and sustainability on the prairie by P. Kareiva, 1996, vol. 379, pages 673-674.
Nature: Body size and biodiversity by S. Nee and J. H. Lawton, 1996, vol. 380, pages 672-673.
Nature: Global diversity and body size by B. J. Finlay, G. F. Esteban, and T. Fenchel, 1996, vol. 383, pages 132-133.
Science: Ecologists dare to ask: how much does diversity matter? by Y. Baskin, 1994, vol. 264, pages 202-203.
Nature: Diversity begets productivity, by P. Kareiva, 1994, vol. 368, pages 686-687.
New York Times: "Study Bolsters Value of Species Diversity"
by William Stevens, page B7 of the Tuesday, February 1, 1994, Science
Times section of The New York Times. Based on D. Tilman and J.A. Downing.
1994. Nature 367:363-365.
Discover: More Productive, Less Diverse by Carl Zimmer, September 1994.
Good Housekeeping: There is strength in numbers, by Linda
J. Brown, July 1994 , page 96. Based on D. Tilman and J.A. Downing. 1994.
of adversity, new clues to prairie diversity. 1992, vol. 256, page