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Nancy B. Grimm

School of Life Sciences

Faculty of Ecology, Evolution & Environmental Science

Arizona State University

Tempe, AZ 85287-4501

PUBLICATIONS – JOURNAL ARTICLES

Grimm, N.B., R.W. Sheibley, C. Crenshaw, C.N. Dahm, W.J. Roach, and L. Zeglin.

2005. Nutrient retention and transformation in urban streams. Journal of the North

American Benthological Society: in press.

Hope, D., C. Gries, Zhu, W., C. Martin, C.L. Redman, N.B. Grimm, A. Nelson, and A.

Kinzig. 2005. Spatial variation in plant diversity and soil nitrate concentrations across an urban ecosystem. Urban Ecosystems: in press.

Lewis, D.B., J.D. Schade, A.K. Huth, and N.B. Grimm. 2005. The spatial structure of variability in a semi-arid, fluvial ecosystem. Ecosystems: in press.

Shen, W., J. Wu, J.F. Reynolds, and N.B. Grimm. 2005. Simulating the dynamics of productivity of a Sonoran ecosystem: model parameterization and validation.

Ecological Modeling: in press.

Welter, J.W., S.G. Fisher, and N.B. Grimm. 2006. Nitrogen transport and retention in an arid land watershed: influence of storm characteristics on terrestrial-aquatic linkages. Biogeochemistry: in press.

Belnap, J., J. Welter, N.B. Grimm, N. Barger, and J. Ludwig. 2005. Linkages between microbial and hydrologic processes in arid and semi-arid watersheds. Ecology 86:298-307.

Schade, J.D., J.R. Welter, E. Martí, and N.B. Grimm. 2005. Hydrological exchange and N retention in an arid-land riparian ecosystem. Journal of the North American Benthological Society 24:19-28.

Dodds, W.K., E. Mart, J.L. Tank, J. Pontius, S.K. Hamilton, N.B. Grimm, W.B.

Bowden, W.H. McDowell, B.J. Peterson, H.M. Valett, J.R. Webster, and S.

Gregory. 2004. Carbon and nitrogen stoichiometry and nitrogen cycling rates in streams. Oecologia 140:458-467.

Grimm, N.B., and C.L. Redman. 2004. Approaches to the study of urban ecosystems: the case of central Arizona-Phoenix. Urban Ecosystems 7:199-213.

Hope, D., M.W. Naegeli, A. Chan, and N.B. Grimm. 2004. Nutrients on asphalt parking surfaces in an arid urban environment. Water, Air and Soil Pollution: Focus 4:371- 390.

Zhu, W., N.D. Dillard, and N.B. Grimm. 2004. Urban nitrogen biogeochemistry: status and processes in green retention basins. Biogeochemistry 71:177-196.

Grimm, N.B., S. E. Gergel, W.H. McDowell, E.W. Boyer, C.L. Dent, P.M. Groffman, S.C. Hart, J.W. Harvey, C.A. Johnston, E. Mayorga, M. McClain, and G. Pinay.

2003. Merging aquatic and terrestrial perspectives of nutrient biogeochemistry.

Oecologia 442: 485–501.

Hobbie J.E., S.R. Carpenter, N.B.Grimm, J.R. Gosz, and T.R. Seastedt. 2003. The US Long Term Ecological Research Program. BioScience 53:21-32.

Hope, D., C. Gries, W. Zhu, W.F. Fagan, C.L. Redman, N.B. Grimm, A. Nelson, C.

Martin, and A. Kinzig. 2003. Socio-economics drive urban plant diversity.

Proceeedings of the National Academy of Science 100:8788-8792.

McClain, M. E., E. W. Boyer, C. L. Dent, S. E. Gergel, N. B. Grimm, P. M. Groffman, S.

C. Hart, J. W. Harvey, C. A. Johnston, E. Mayorga, W. H. McDowell, and G.

Pinay. 2003. Biogeochemical hot spots and hot moments at the interface of terrestrial and aquatic ecosystems. Ecosystems 6:301-312.

Sanzone, D.M., J.L. Meyer, E. Marti, E.P. Gardiner, J.L. Tank, and N.B. Grimm. 2003.

Carbon and nitrogen transfer from a desert stream to riparian predators. Oecologia 134:238-250.

Webster, J.R., P.J. Mulholland, J.L. Tank, H.M. Valett, W.K. Dodds, B.J. Peterson, W.B.

Bowden, C.N. Dahm, S. Findlay, S.V. Gregory, N.B. Grimm, S.K. Hamilton, S.L.

Johnson, E. Martí, W.H. McDowell, J.L. Meyer, D.D. Morrall, S.A. Thomas, and W.M. Wollheim. 2003. Factors affecting nitrogen retention in streams – an interbiome perspective. Freshwater Biology 48:1329-1352.

Dodds, W.K, A.J. López, W.B. Bowden, S. Gregory, N.B. Grimm, S.K. Hamilton, A.E.

Hershey, W.H. McDowell, J.L. Meyer, D. Morrall, P.J. Mulholland, B.J. Peterson, J.L. Tank, H.M. Valett, J.R. Webster, and W. Wollheim. 2002. Nitrogen uptake as a function of concentration in streams. Journal of the North American Benthological Society 21:206-220.

Mulholland, P.J., J. L. Tank, J. R. Webster, W. B. Bowden, W. K. Dodds, S. V. Gregory, N. B. Grimm, S. K. Hamilton S. L. Johnson, E. Martí, W. H. McDowell, J.

Merriam, J. L. Meyer, B. J. Peterson, H. M. Valett, and W. M. Wollheim. 2002.

Can Uptake Length in Streams be Determined by Nutrient Addition Experiments?

Results from an inter-biome comparison study. Journal of the North American Benthological Society 21:544-560.

Schade, J.D., E. Martí, J.R. Welter, S.G. Fisher, and N.B. Grimm. 2002. Sources of N to the riparian zone of a desert stream: implications for riparian vegetation and N retention. Ecosystems 5: 68-79.

Vitousek, P.M., K. Cassman, C. Cleveland, T. Crews, C.B. Field, N.B. Grimm, R.W.

Howarth, R. Marino, L. Martinelli, E.B. Rastetter, and J.I. Sprent. 2002. Towards an ecological understanding of biological nitrogen fixation. Biogeochemistry 57/58:1-45.

Dent, C.L., N.B. Grimm, and S.G. Fisher. 2001. Multi-scale effects of surface-subsurface exchange on stream water nutrient concentrations. Journal of the North American Benthological Society 20:162-181.





Luck, M.A., G.D. Jenerette, J. Wu, and N.B. Grimm. 2001. The urban funnel model and spatially heterogeneous ecological footprint. Ecosystems 4:782-796.

Mulholland, P. J., C.S. Fellows, J.L. Tank, N. B. Grimm, J. R. Webster, S.K. Hamilton, E. Marti, L. Ashkenas, W. B. Bowden, W. K. Dodds, W. H. McDowell, J. L.

Meyer, and B. J. Peterson. 2001. Inter-biome comparison of factors controlling stream metabolism. Freshwater Biology 46:1503-1517.

Schade, J.D., S.G. Fisher, N.B. Grimm, and J.A. Seddon. 2001. The influence of a riparian shrub on nitrogen cycling in a Sonoran Desert stream. Ecology 82:3363Collins, J., A. Kinzig, N.B. Grimm, W. Fagan, J. Wu, and E. Borer. 2000. A new urban ecology. American Scientist 88:416-425.

Grimm, N.B. J.M. Grove, C.L. Redman, and S.T.A. Pickett. 2000. Integrated approaches to long-term studies of urban ecological systems. BioScience 50:571-584 Martí, E., S.G. Fisher, J.J. Schade, J.R. Welter, and N.B. Grimm. 2000. Hydrological and chemical linkages between streams and their riparian zones: an intermediate disturbance model. Internationale Vereinigung fur Theoretische und Angewandt Limnologie, Verhandlungen 27:442-447.

Dent, C.L., and N.B. Grimm. 1999. Spatial heterogeneity of stream water nutrient concentrations over successional time. Ecology 80:2283-2298.

Forrester, G.L., T.L. Dudley, and N.B. Grimm. 1999. Trophic interactions in open systems: effects of predators and nutrients on stream food chains. Limnology & Oceanography 44:1187-1197.

Dahm, C.N., N.B. Grimm, P. Marmonier, H.M. Valett, and P. Vervier. 1998. Nutrient dynamics at the interface between surface waters and ground waters. Freshwater Biology 40:427-451.

Fisher, S.G., N.B. Grimm, E. Martí, R.M. Holmes, and J.B. Jones. 1998. Material spiraling in river corridors: a telescoping ecosystem model. Ecosystems 1:19-34.

Fisher, S.G., N.B. Grimm, E. Martí, and R. Gómez. 1998. Hierarchy, spatial configuration, and nutrient cycling in a desert stream. Australian Journal of Ecology 23:41-52.

Holmes, R.M., S.G. Fisher, N.B. Grimm, and B.J. Harper. 1998. The impact of flash floods on microbial distribution and biogeochemistry in the parafluvial zone of a desert stream. Freshwater Biology 40:641-654.

Grimm, N.B., A. Chacón, C.N. Dahm, S.W. Hostetler, O.T. Lind, P.L. Starkweather, and W.W. Wurtsbaugh. 1997. Sensitivity of aquatic ecosystems to climatic and anthropogenic changes: the Basin and Range, American Southwest, and México.

Hydrological Processes 11:1023-1041.

Grimm, N.B., and K.C. Petrone. 1997. Nitrogen fixation in a desert stream ecosystem.

Biogeochemistry 37:33-61.

Jones, J.B., Jr., J.D. Schade, S.G. Fisher, and N.B. Grimm. 1997. Organic matter dynamics in Sycamore Creek, a desert stream in Arizona, USA. Pages 78-81 in J.R.

Webster and J.L. Meyer, editors. Stream organic matter budgets. Journal of the North American Benthological Society 16:3-161.

Martí, E., N.B. Grimm, and S.G. Fisher. 1997. Pre- and post-flood retention efficiency of nitrogen in a Sonoran Desert stream. Journal of the North American Benthological Society 16:805-819.

Stanley, E.H., S.G. Fisher, and N.B. Grimm. 1997. Ecosystem expansion and contraction:

a desert stream perspective. BioScience 47:427-435.

Clinton, S.M., N.B. Grimm, and S.G. Fisher. 1996. Response of a desert stream hyporheic invertebrate community to drying disturbance. Journal of the North American Benthological Society 15:700-712.

Jones, J.B., Jr., S.G. Fisher, and N.B. Grimm. 1996. A long-term perspective of dissolved organic carbon transport in Sycamore Creek, Arizona, USA. Hydrobiologia 317:183-188.

Holmes, R.M., J.B. Jones, Jr., S.G. Fisher, and N.B. Grimm. 1996. Denitrification in a nitrogen-limited stream ecosystem. Biogeochemistry 33:125-146.

Jones, J.B., Jr., S.G. Fisher, and N.B. Grimm. 1995. Vertical hydrologic exchange and ecosystem metabolism in a Sonoran Desert stream. Ecology 76:942-952.

Jones, J.B., Jr., S.G. Fisher, and N.B. Grimm. 1995. Nitrification in the hyporheic zone of a desert stream ecosystem. Journal of the North American Benthological Society 14:249-258.

Jones, J.B., Jr., R.M. Holmes, S.G. Fisher, N.B. Grimm, and D.M. Greene. 1995.

Methanogenesis in Arizona, USA, dryland streams. Biogeochemistry 31:155-173.

Dudley, T.L., and N.B. Grimm. 1994. Modification of macrophyte resistance to disturbance by an exotic grass, and implications for desert stream succession.

Internationale Vereinigung fur Theoretische und Angewandt Limnologie, Verhandlungen 25:1456-1460.

Holmes, R.M., S.G. Fisher, and N.B. Grimm. 1994. Parafluvial nitrogen dynamics in a

desert stream ecosystem. Journal of the North American Benthological Society 13:

468-478.

Peterson, C.G., A.C. Weibel, N.B. Grimm, and S.G. Fisher. 1994. Mechanisms of benthic algal recovery following spates: comparison of simulated and natural events. Oecologia 98:280-290.

Stanley, E.H., D.L. Buschman, A.J. Boulton, N.B. Grimm, and S.G. Fisher. 1994.

Invertebrate resistance and resilience to intermittency in a desert stream. American Midland Naturalist 131:288-300.

Valett, H.M., S.G. Fisher, N.B. Grimm, and P. Camill. 1994. Vertical hydrologic exchange and ecological stability of a desert stream ecosystem. Ecology 75:548Boulton, A.J., C.G. Peterson, N.B. Grimm, and S.G. Fisher. 1992. Stability of an aquatic macroinvertebrate community in a multi-year hydrologic disturbance regime.

Ecology 73:2192-2207.

Carpenter, S.R., S.G. Fisher, N.B. Grimm, and J.R. Kitchell. 1992. Global climate change and freshwater ecosystems: lakes and streams. Annual Review of Ecology and Systematics 23:119-139.

Grimm, N.B. 1992. Biogeochemistry of nitrogen in arid-land stream ecosystems.

Journal of the Arizona-Nevada Academy of Science 26:130-146.

Peterson, C.G., and N.B. Grimm. 1992. Temporal variation in enrichment effects during periphyton succession in a nitrogen-limited desert stream ecosystem. Journal of the North American Benthological Society 11:20-36.

Wood, D.J., S.G. Fisher, and N.B. Grimm. 1992. Pools in desert streams: limnology and response to disturbance. Journal of the Arizona-Nevada Academy of Science 26:171-179.

Grimm, N.B., H.M. Valett, E.H. Stanley, and S.G. Fisher. 1991. Contribution of the hyporheic zone to stability of an arid-land stream. Internationale Vereiningung fur Theoretische und Angewandte Limnologie, Verhandlungen 24:1595-1599.

Boulton, A.J., S.E. Stibbe, N.B. Grimm, and S.G. Fisher. 1991. Invertebrate recolonization of small patches of defaunated hyporheic sediments in a Sonoran Desert stream. Freshwater Biology 26:267-277.

Stream Solute Workshop (N.G. Aumen and 18 others, including N.B. Grimm). 1990.

Concepts and methodologies for studying solute dynamics in stream ecosystems.

Journal of the North American Benthological Society 9:95-119.

Grimm, N.B. 1989. Autecological approach to the nitrogen cycle. Ecology 70:293-294.

(Book review) Grimm, N.B., and S.G. Fisher. 1989. Stability of periphyton and macroinvertebrates to disturbance by flash floods in a desert stream. Journal of the North American Benthological Society 8:293-307.

Grimm, N.B. 1988. Feeding dynamics, nitrogen budgets, and ecosystem role of a desert stream omnivore, Agosia chrysogaster (Pisces: Cyprinidae). Environmental Biology of Fishes 21: 143-152.

Grimm, N.B. 1988. Role of macroinvertebrates in nitrogen dynamics of a desert stream.

Ecology 69: 1884-1893.

Fisher, S.G., and N.B. Grimm. 1988. Disturbance as a determinant of structure in a Sonoran Desert stream ecosystem. Internationale Vereinigung für Theoretische und Angewandt Limnologie, Verhandlungen 23:1183-1189.

Grimm, N.B. 1987. Nitrogen dynamics during succession in a desert stream. Ecology 68: 1157-1170.

Grimm, N.B. 1986. Aquatic resources management of the Colorado River ecosystem.

Journal of the North American Benthological Society 5: 85-86. (Book Review) Grimm, N.B., and S.G. Fisher. 1986. Nitrogen limitation in a Sonoran Desert stream.

Journal of the North American Benthological Society 5: 2-15.

Grimm, N.B., and S.G. Fisher. 1986. Nitrogen limitation potential of Arizona streams and rivers. Journal of the Arizona-Nevada Academy of Science 21: 31-43.

Fisher, S.G., and N.B. Grimm. 1985. Hydrologic and material budgets for a small Sonoran Desert watershed during three consecutive cloudburst floods. Journal of Arid Environments 9: 105-118.

Grimm, N.B., and S.G. Fisher. 1984. Exchange between interstitial and surface water:

implications for stream metabolism and nutrient cycling. Hydrobiologia 111: 219Fisher, S.G., L.J. Gray, N.B. Grimm, and D.E. Busch. 1982. Temporal succession in a desert stream ecosystem following flash flooding. Ecological Monographs 52: 93Fisher, S.G., D.E. Busch, and N.B. Grimm. 1981. Diel feeding chronologies in two Sonoran Desert stream fishes, Agosia chrysogaster (Cyprinidae) and Pantosteus clarki (Catostomidae). Southwestern Naturalist 26: 31-36.



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