Journal Articles

Butterfield, B. J., J. B. Bradford, S. M. Munson, and J. R. Gremer. In press. Aridity increases below-ground niche breadth in grass communities. Plant Ecology.

Gremer, J.R., S. Kimball, and D.L. Venable. 2016.  Within and among-year germination in Sonoran Desert winter annuals: Bet hedging and predictive germination in a variable environment.  Ecology Letters 19(10): 1209-1218.

Gremer, J. R., J. B. Bradford, S. M. Munson, and M. C. Duniway. 2015. Desert grassland responses to climate and soil moisture suggest divergent vulnerabilities across the southwestern US. Global Change Biology 21(11): 4049-4062.

Kimball, S., J. R. Gremer, G. A. Barron-Gafford, A. L. Angert, T. E. Huxman, and D. L. Venable. 2014. High Water-Use Efficiency and Growth Contribute to Success of Non-native Erodium cicutarium in a Sonoran Desert Winter Annual Community. Conservation Physiology.

Gremer, J. R. and D. L. Venable. 2014. Bet hedging in desert winter annual plants: Optimal strategies in a variable environment. Ecology Letters 17(3): 380–387.

Gremer, J. R., S. Kimball, K. R. Keck, T. E. Huxman, A. L. Angert, and D. L. Venable. 2013. Water-use efficiency and relative growth rate mediate competitive interactions in Sonoran Desert winter annual plants. American Journal of Botany 100(10): 2009–2015.

Huxman, T. E., S. Kimball, A. L. Angert, J. R. Gremer, G. A. Barron-Gafford, and D. L. Venable. 2013. Understanding past, contemporary, and future dynamics of plants, populations, and communities using Sonoran Desert winter annual plants. American Journal of Botany 100(7): 1369–1380.

Kimball, S., J. R. Gremer, T. E. Huxman, D. L. Venable, and A. L. Angert. 2013. Phenotypic selection favors missing trait combinations in coexisting annual plants. The American Naturalist 182(2): 191-207.

Gremer, J. R., and A. Sala. 2013. It is risky out there: The costs of emergence and the benefits of prolonged dormancy. Oecologia 172(4):937–947.

Tuomi, J., E. E. Crone, J. R. Gremer, A. Jäkäläniemi, P. Lesica, Bård Pedersen, and S. Ramula. 2013. Prolonged dormancy interacts with senescence for two perennial herbs. Journal of Ecology 101(3): 566-576.

Gremer, J. R., S. Kimball, A. L. Angert, D. L. Venable, and T. E. Huxman. 2012. Variation in photosynthetic response to temperature in a guild of winter annual plants. Ecology 93(12): 2693–2704.

Gremer, J. R., E. E. Crone, and P. Lesica. 2012. Are dormant plants hedging their bets? Demographic consequences of prolonged dormancy in variable environments. The American Naturalist 179(3): 315-327.

Kimball S., J. R. Gremer, A. L. Angert, T. E. Huxman, and D. L. Venable. 2012. Fitness and physiology in a variable environment. Oecologia 169(2):319-329.

Gremer, J. R., A. Sala, and E. E. Crone. 2010. Disappearing plants: Why they hide and how they return. Ecology 91(11):3407-3413.

Book Chapters and Other Publications

Gremer, J.R., S. Ramula, Bård Pedersen, E. E. Crone, P. Lesica, A. Jäkäläniemi, and J. Tuomi. In press. Complex life histories and senescence in plants: Avenues to escape age-related decline? In: The Evolution of Senescence in the Tree of Life. Richard P. Shefferson, Owen Jones, and Roberto Salguero-Gomez, eds. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, England.