• Castro, SP, E Esch, VT Eviner, E Cleland, D Lipson. 2020. Exotic herbaceous species interact with severe drought to alter soil N cycling in a semi-arid shrubland. Geoderma 361: 11411


  • Ren, H, VT Eviner, W Gui, GWT Wilson, AB Cobb, Y Zhang, S Hu, and Y Bai. 2018. Livestock grazing regulates ecosystem multifunctionality in semiarid grassland. Functional Ecology.
  • Peterson, C, VT Eviner, A Gaudin. 2018. Ways forward for resilience research in agroecosystems. Agricultural Systems 162: 19-27.
  • Eviner, VT and CM Malmstrom. 2018. California's native perennial grasses provide strong suppression of goatgrass and medusahead. Grasslands 28: 3-6.


      • Malmstrom, CM, HS Butterfield, L Planck, CP Long, VT Eviner. 2017. Novel fine-scale aerial mapping approach quantifies grassland weed cover dynamics and responses to management. PLOS One. 12(10): e0181665.
      • Byrnes, R. V Eviner, E Kebreab, WR Horwath, L Jackson, BM Jenkins, S Kaffka, A Kerr, J Lewis, FM Mitloehner, JP Mitchell, KM Scow, KL Steenwerth and SM Wheeler. 2017. Review of research to inform California’s climate scoping plan: agriculture and working lands. California Agriculture 71: 160-168.
      • Lewis, J, Byrnes, R. V Eviner, E Kebreab, WR Horwath, L Jackson, BM Jenkins, S Kaffka, A Kerr, FM Mitloehner, JP Mitchell, KM Scow, KL Steenwerth and SM Wheeler. 2016. Leveraging research to inform the California Climate Scoping Plan Update. CA ARB.
      • Carey, C.J., J.C. Blankinship, V.T. Eviner, C.M. Malstrom, and S.C. Hart. 2017. Invasive plants decrease microbial capacity to nitrify and denitrify compared to native California grassland communities. Biological Invasions 19: 2941-2957.
      • Evans, R.D., R.A. Gill, V.T. Eviner, and V. Bailey. 2017. Soil and belowground processes. In: D. Briske (editor) Rangeland Systems: Processes, Management, and Challenges. Springer. Pp. 131-168.


      • Eviner, VT. 2016. Grasslands. In: Mooney, HA and E Zavaleta (editors). Ecosystems of California. University of California Press. pp. 449-477.
      • Eviner, VT. 2016. Grasslands. In: Mooney, H.A. and E Zavaleta. Ecosystems of California: Threats and Responses. Supplement for Decision Makers. University of California Press. pp. 33-34.
      • Ryals, R, VT Eviner, C Stein, KN Suding, and WL Silver. 2016. Grassland compost amendments increase forage production without changing plant communities. Ecosphere 7: e01270.
      • Ricca, MA, AK Miles, DH Van Vuren, and VT Eviner. 2016. Impacts of introduced Rangifer on maritime-tundra ecosystem processes of sub-arctic islands. Ecosphere 7: e01219.


      • Roche, LM, TK Schohr, JD Derner, MN Lubell, BB Cutts, E Kachergis, VT Eviner, and KW Tate. 2015. Sustaining working rangelands: insights from rancher decision-making. Rangeland Ecology & Management 68: 383-389.
      • Carey, CJ, JM Breman, VT Eviner, CM Malmstrom, and SC Hart. 2015. Soil microbial community structure is unaltered by plant invasion, vegetation clipping, and nitrogen fertilization in experimental semi-arid grasslands. Frontiers in Microbiology. 6:466. doi:10.3389/fmicb.2015.00466.


      • Standish, RJ, RJ Hobbs, MM Mayfield, BT Bestelmeyer, KN Suding, LL Battaglia, V Eviner, CV Hawkes, VM Temperton, VA Cramer, JA Harris, JL Funk, and PA Thomas. 2014. Resilience in ecology: abstraction, distraction, or where the action is? Biological Conservation 177: 43-51.
      • Kachergis, E, JD Derner, BB Cutts, LM Roche, VT Eviner, MN Lubell, and KW Tate. 2014. Increasing flexibility in rangeland management during drought. Ecosphere 5: Article 77.
      • Chapin, FS, and VT Eviner. 2014. Biogeochemical interactions governing terrestrial net primary production. In: Karl, DM and WH Schlesinger, editors. Treatise on geochemistry. Volume 10: Biogeochemistry. 2nd edition. Elsevier BV. Amsterdam, Netherlands. pp 189-216.
      • Eviner, VT. 2014. Effects of weather variation on species composition and production in California’s grasslands. Grasslands 24:2-5.
      • Eviner, VT. 2014. Database of management trials to provide site-specific tools for more effective management. California Invasive Plant Council News 22:10-14.


      • Cobb, RC, VT Eviner, and DM Rizzo. 2013. Mortality and community changes drive sudden oak death impacts on litterfall and soil nitrogen cycling. New Phytologist. 200:422-431.
      • Hawkes, CV, KN Kivlin, J Du and VT Eviner. 2013. The temporal development and additivity of plant-soil feedback in perennial grasses. Plant and Soil 369:141-150.
      • Grogan, P, V Eviner, and S Hobbie. 2013. The qualities and impacts of a great mentor- and how to improve your mentoring. Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America 94: 170-176.
      • Eviner, VT, J Heraty, J Baty, C Malmstrom, and K Rice. 2013. Impacts of native vs. exotic grassland vegetation. California Invasive Plant Council News. 21: 13-14.
      • Eviner, VT. 2013. Database of management trials to provide site-specific tools for more effective restoration. Grasslands 23: 10-11.


      • Eviner, VT and CV Hawkes. 2012. The effects of plant-soil feedbacks on invasive plants: mechanisms and potential management options. In: Monaco and Sheley (eds). Invasive Plant Ecology and Management: Linking Processes to Practice. CABI, pp 122-141.
      • Baer, SG, L Heneghan, and VT Eviner. 2012. Applying soil ecological knowledge to restore ecosystem services. In: Wall, DH, RD Bardgett, V Behan-Pelletier, JE Herrick, H Jones, K Ritz, J Six, DR Strong and WH van der Putten (editors). Soil Ecology and Ecosystem Services. Oxford University Press, UK. pp 377-393.
      • Eviner, VT, K Garbach, J Baty and S Hoskinson. 2012. Measuring the effects of invasive plants on ecosystem services: challenges and prospects. Invasive Plant Science and Management 5:125-136.
      • Treseder, KK, TC Balser, MA Bradford, EL Brodie, EA Dubinsky, VT Eviner, KS Hofmockel, JT Lennon, UY Levine, BJ MacGregor, J Pett-Ridge and MP Waldrop. 2012. Integrating microbial ecological into ecosystem models: challenges and priorities. Biogeochemistry 109:7-18.


      • Eviner, VT, SA Hoskinson and CV Hawkes. 2010. Ecosystem impacts of exotic plants can feed back to increase invasion in western US rangelands. Rangelands 31:21-31.
      • Silver, W, B Ryles and VT Eviner.2010 . Soil carbon pools in California’s annual grassland ecosystems. Rangeland Ecology and Management 63:128-136.


      • Eviner, VT and CV Hawkes. 2008. Embracing variability in the application of plant-soil interactions to the restoration of communities and ecosystems. Restoration Ecology 16(4):713-729.
      • Cornwell, W, H Cornelissen, K Amatangelo, E Dorrepaal, V. Eviner, O Godoy, S Hobbie, B Hoorens, H Kurokawa, N Perez-Harguindeguy, H Quested, L Santiago, D Wardle, I Wright, R Aerts, S Allison, P van Bodegom, V Brovkin, A Chatain, T Callaghan, S Diaz, E Garnier, D Gurvich, E Kazakou, J Klein, J Read, P Reich, N Soudzilovskaia, M Vaieretti, M Westoby. 2008. Plant species traits are the predominant control on litter decomposition rates within biomes worldwide. Ecology Letters 11:1065-107.
      • Ostfeld, R,  F Keesing, VT Eviner 2008. Cary Conference XI: Infectious disease ecology: the effects of ecosystems on disease and of disease on ecosystems. Princeton University Press.
      • Chapin, FS, CA Brewer, VT Eviner, DS Keebler, DR Magness, LM Talbot, BA Wilcox.2008. Disease effects on landscape and regional systems: a resilience framework. in R Ostfeld, F Keesing, V Eviner (eds) Cary Conference XI: Infectious disease ecology: the effects of ecosystems on disease and of disease on ecosystems. Princeton University Press. pp 284-303.
      • Eviner, VT and GE Likens. 2008. Effects of disease on biogeochemical cycling. in R Ostfeld, F Keesing, V Eviner (eds) Cary Conference XI: Infectious disease ecology: the effects of ecosystems on disease and of disease on ecosystems. Princeton University Press. pp. 260-283.


      • Eviner, VT and MK Firestone. 2007. Mechanisms determining patterns of nutrient dynamics. In: M Stromberg , J. Corbin, and C D’Antonio (eds.)  Ecology and management of California grasslands. pp. 94-106.
      • Uriarte, M, H Ewing, VT Eviner, K Weathers. 2007. Scientific culture, diversity and society: suggestions for the development and adoption of a broader value system in science. Bioscience 57: 71-78.


      • Eviner, VT, FS Chapin III, CE Vaughn. 2006. Seasonal variations in plant species effects on soil N and P dynamics. Ecology. 87: 974-986.
      • Strayer, DL, VT Eviner, JM Jeschke, M Pace. 2006. Understanding the long-term effects of species invasions. Trends in Ecology and Evolution. 21:645-651.
      • Uriarte, M, K Weathers, and V Eviner. 2006. Power clashes limit science and reflect archaic values. Nature 439:18.


      • Eviner, VT and FS Chapin III. 2005. Selective gopher disturbance influences plant species effects on nitrogen cycling. Oikos. 109: 154-166.
      • Canals, RM, VT Eviner, DJ Herman, FS Chapin III. 2005.  Plant colonizers shape early N dynamics in gopher mounds. Plant and Soil 276:327-334.
      • Smith, MF, VT Eviner, KC Weathers, M Uriarte, H Ewing, J Jeschke, P Groffman, CG Jones. 2005. Creating individual awareness about responsible conduct in research. Journal of Research Administration 36:21-25.


      • Eviner,VT. 2004. Plant traits that influence ecosystem processes vary independently among species. Ecology. 85: 2215-2229.


      • Eviner, VT and FS Chapin III. 2003.  Gopher-plant-fungal interactions affect establishment of an invasive grass. Ecology 84: 120-128.
      • Eviner, VT and FS Chapin III. 2003. Functional matrix: A conceptual framework for predicting multiple plant  effects on ecosystem processes. Annual Reviews in Ecology, Evolution  and Systematics. 34:455-485.
      • Moldan, F, S Seitzinger, V Eviner, J Galloway, X Han, M Keller, P Nannipieri, W Smith, H Tiessen. 2003. Potential for deliberate management of element interactions to address major environmental issues. In: Interactions of the major biogeochemical cycles: Global change and human impacts. JM Melillo, CB Field, and B Moldan(eds). Island Press, Washington. pp.93-114.
      • Eviner,VT and FS Chapin III. 2003. Biogeochemical interactions and biodiversity. In Interactions of the major biogeochemical cycles: Global change and human impacts (ed. JM Melillo, CB Field, and B Moldan). Island Press, Washington. pp. 151-173.
      • Chapin, FS III, and VT Eviner. 2003. Biogeochemistry of Terrestrial Net Primary Production. In: Treatise on Geochemistry. Volume 9: Biogeochemistry. editor WH Schlesinger. Elsevier. pp. 215-247.
      • Partnerships in Conservation and Agriculture, a review of Jackson and Jackson (ed), “The farm as a natural habitat: reconnecting food systems with ecosystems”. Ecology 84: 272-273.


      • Eviner, VT and FS Chapin III. 2002. The influence of plant species, fertilization, and elevated CO2 on soil aggregate stability. Plant and Soil 246: 211-219.
      • Rillig, MC, SF Wright, and VT Eviner. 2002. The role of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi and glomalin in soil aggregation: comparing effects of five plant species. Plant and Soil, 238: 325-333.


      • Eviner, VT and FS Chapin III. 2001. Animals and fungi can affect goatgrass establishment.   California Agriculture, 55: 53.
      • Eviner, VT and FS Chapin III. 2001. Plant species provide vital ecosystem functions for sustainable agriculture, rangeland management, and restoration. California Agriculture, 55: 54-59.


      • Eviner, VT, FS Chapin III and CE Vaughn. 2000. Nutrient manipulations in terrestrial systems. In: Sala, OE, RB Jackson, HA Mooney, RW Howarth (Editors) Methods in ecosystem science. Springer-Verlag, New York. pp. 289-307.
      • Chapin, FS III, ES  Zavaleta, VT  Eviner, RL Naylor, PM Vitousek, HL Reynolds, DU Hooper, S Lavorel, OE Sala, SE Hobbie, MC Mack and S Diaz. 2000. Consequences of changing biodiversity. Nature 405: 234-242.


      • Eviner, VT and FS Chapin III. 1997. The nitrogen cycle: plant-microbial interactions. Nature 385: 26-27.


      • Lin, HJ, V Eviner, GC Prendergast, E White. 1995. Activited H-ras rescues E1A-induced apoptosis and cooperates with E1A to overcome p53-dependent growth arrest. Molecular and Cellular Biology. 15: 4536-4544.
      • Sakamuro, D, V Eviner, KJ Elliott, L Showe, E White, and GC Prendergast. 1995. c-Myc induces apoptosis in epithelial cells by both p53-dependent and p53-independent mechanisms. Ongogene 11: 4211-18.