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April 2018:
Shane Hill is defending his MS thesis "Relationships among invasive coqui frogs, the small Indian mongoose, and rat spp. in Hawaii".

March 2018:
Karen Beard and Andrew Kulmatiski co-author manuscript "Increased soil frost versus summer drought as a driver of plant biomass responses to reduced precipitation: Results from a globally cooredinated field expeirment" in Ecosystems based on their drought-net work.

February 2018: 
Lindsay Carlson's manuscript "Direct effects of warming increase woody plant abundance in a subarctic wetland" from her MS published in Ecology and Evolution.

Kathy Kelsey's manuscript "Phenological mismatch in coastal western Alaska may increase summer season greenhouse gas uptake" from her post-doc work was published in Environmental Research Letters.  

Past PhD student, Eric O'Neill's manuscript "Body size and life history traits in native and introduced populations of coqui frogs" was published in Copeia.