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    • Assessing the homogenization of urban land management with an application to US residential lawn care. 

      Polsky, C; Grove, JM; Knudson, C; Groffman, PM; Bettez, N; Cavender-Bares, J; Hall, SJ; ... (18 authors) (Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A, 2014-03-25)
      Changes in land use, land cover, and land management present some of the greatest potential global environmental challenges of the 21st century. Urbanization, one of the principal drivers of these transformations, is commonly ...
    • Convergent Surface Water Distributions in U.S. Cities 

      Steele, MK; Heffernan, JB; Bettez, N; Cavender-Bares, J; Groffman, PM; Grove, JM; Hall, S; ... (17 authors) (Ecosystems, 2014-01-01)
      Earth's surface is rapidly urbanizing, resulting in dramatic changes in the abundance, distribution and character of surface water features in urban landscapes. However, the scope and consequences of surface water redistribution ...
    • Convergent Surface Water Distributions in U.S. Cities 

      Bettez, N; Cavender-Bares, J; Chowdhury, RR; Groffman, PM; Grove, JM; Hall, S; Heffernan, JB; ... (17 authors) (Ecosystems, 2014)
      Earth's surface is rapidly urbanizing, resulting in dramatic changes in the abundance, distribution and character of surface water features in urban landscapes. However, the scope and consequences of surface water redistribution ...
    • Ecological homogenization of urban USA 

      Groffman, PM; Cavender-Bares, J; Bettez, ND; Grove, JM; Hall, SJ; Heffernan, JB; Hobbie, SE; ... (17 authors) (Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment, 2014-02-01)
      A visually apparent but scientifically untested outcome of land-use change is homogenization across urban areas, where neighborhoods in different parts of the country have similar patterns of roads, residential lots, commercial ...
    • Morphological characteristics of urban water bodies: mechanisms of change and implications for ecosystem function. 

      Steele, MK; Heffernan, JB (Ecol Appl, 2014-07)
      The size, shape, and connectivity of water bodies (lakes, ponds, and wetlands) can have important effects on ecological communities and ecosystem processes, but how these characteristics are influenced by land use and land ...