Stanton-Geddes, John and Carolyn G. Anderson. 2011. Does a facultative mutualism limit species range expansion? Oecologia.
 Brudvig, L.A., Mabry, C.M. and L. Mottl. 2011. Dispersal, not light competition, limits Iowa woodland understory restoration. Restoration Ecology 19: 24-31.
 Case, Andrea L. and Christina M. Caruso. 2010. A novel approach to estimating the cost of male fertility in restoration of gynodioecious plants. New Phytologist 186: 549-557.
 Schilling, Keith and Peter Jacobson. 2010. Groundwater conditions under a reconstructed prairie chronosequence. Agriculture, Ecosystems, and Environment 135: 81-89.
 Caruso, C. M. and A.L. Case. 2007. Sex ratio variation in gynodioecious Lobelia siphilitica: effects of population size and geographic location. Journal Compilation 2007 European Society for Evolutionary Biology: 1396-1405.
 Caruso, Christina M. 2006. Plasticity of inflorescence traits in Lobelia siphilitica (Lobeliaceae) in response to soil water availability. American Journal of Botany 93(4): 531-538.
 Caruso, Christina M., Hafiz Maherali, and Mark Sherrard. 2006. Plasticity of physiology in Lobelia: Testing for adaptation and constraint. Evolution 60(5): 980-990.
 Dalgliesh, H., and K.M. Jacobson. 2005. A first assessment of genetic variation among Morchella esculenta (morel) populations. Journal of Heredity 96(3): 1-8.
[8-1] Gerken, Michaeleen E. 2005. Effects of disturbance on the floristic composition and functional ecology of the herbaceous layer in central hardwood forests of Iowa. M.S. Thesis, Iowa State University. 78 pp.
 McGranahan, Devan A., Shonda Kuiper, and Jonathan M. Brown. 2004. Temporal patterns in use of an Iowa woodlot during the autumn bird migration. American Midland Naturalist 153: 61-70 .
 Caruso, Chris M. 2004. The quantitative genetics of floral trait variation in Lobelia: potential constraints on adaptive evolution. Evolution 58(4): 732-740.
 Caruso, Chris M., S.B. Peterson, and C.E. Ridley. 2003. Natural selection of floral traits of Lobelia (Lobeliaceae). American Journal of Botany 90(9): 1333-1340.
 Caruso, Chris M., H. Maherali, and R.B. Jackson. 2003. Gender-specific floral and physiological traits: implications for the maintenance of females in gynodioecious Lobelia siphilitica. Oecologia 135(4): 524-531.
 Cooper, Idelle A., Elizabeth Roeder, and Jonathan M. Brown. 2003. Arthropod response to burning and mowing in a reconstructed prairie. Ecological Restoration 21 (3): 204- 205.
 Robertson, Morgan M. 2001. Adjacent woodlot accelerates the dispersal rate of bur oak into an old field (Iowa). Ecological Restoration 19 (3): 181-182.
[02-1] Raich, James W., Donald R. Farrar, Ruth A. Herzberg, Eenam Sin and Cindy L. Johnson-Groh. 1999. Characterization of central Iowa forests with permanent plots. Journal of the Iowa Academy Science 106(2): 40-46.
 DeLong, Karl T. and Craig Hooper. 1996. A potential understory flora for oak savanna in Iowa. Journal of the Iowa Academy of Science 103(1-2): 9-28.
 Christiansen, Kenneth, and Peter Bellinger. 1973. Six new nearctic species of the genus Friesea (Collembola: Poduromorpha). The Pan-Pacific Entomologist 49: 389-395.
General Publications & Publicity
- Grinnell College CERA Brochure. 1969.
- Wilson, John G. "Research Area Taking Shape." The Newton Daily News. May 5, 1969.
- Knauth, Otto. "Everything from Bugs to Bunnies: Woodland and Rolling Prairie Area Now a Grinnell 'Laboratory'." A feature of Picture Magazine of the Des Moines Sunday Register. May 11, 1969. Pp 4, 5, and 7.
- "CERA dedication ceremony." Grinnell Herald-Register. June 5, 1969.
- "Grinnell College Develops Research Wilderness Area." 1969. Iowa Soil Conservationist 22(5): 2.
- R.R.M. 1972. "A place to preserve." The Grinnell Magazine 4(4): 9-11.
- Grinnell College CERA Brochure. 1975.
- "Conard Environmental Research Area: Managing to Preserve and Educate." 1975. The Grinnell Magazine May-June: 10.
- Graham, Benjamin F. 1975. "CERA: An outdoor biological laboratory." pp 379-381 In Prairie: A Multiple View, M.K. Wali (ed.), 1975, University of North Dakota Press, Grand Forks, ND.
- "Conard area honors alumni." Grinnell Herald-Register. April 17, 1975.
- "Research laboratory named for conservationist." 1975. Iowa Soil Conservationist 28(6): 3.
- "Conservation group cites Conard area." Grinnell Herald-Register. April 24, 1975.
- Baker, J.L., H.P. Johnson, and J.M. Laflen. 1976. Effect of tillage systems on runoff losses of pesticides: A simulated rainfall study. Completion Report.
- Graham, B.F. 1976. "Conard Environmental Research Area." In: A Guide to Iowa Prairies. Paul A. Christiansen (ed.). Prepared for the 5th Midwest Prairie Conference at Iowa State University, Ames.
- Michnya, Rosa. "Grinnell's the place for Conard." Scarlet and Black. April 23, 1976.
- Grinnell College CERA Brochure. 1983.
- Roosa, Dean, Jean C. Prior, and Ben Graham. 1987. "Conard Environmental Research Area." Iowa Natural History Association Field Trip Guidebook 5. Sponsored by the Iowa Natural History Association, April 25, 1987.
- McGovern, Molly. Summer 2003. "Iowa's Oak Savannas: Rekindling a Relationship." Highlights CERA savanna and Karl DeLong, emeritus professor of biology. Iowa Natural Heritage, published by the Iowa Natural Heritage Foundation. pp 8-10.
- Environmental Education Center, Grinnell College tri-fold brochure, 2005.
- Wind Power, Grinnell College, 1/3-page insert, 2007.
- CERA Volunteer Opportunities, Grinnell College brochure, trifold. Updated periodically.
- Conard Environmental Research Area Trail Map and Description, Grinnell College, last updated 2010, 1 page.
- Nature Preserves Near Grinnell, 2009, Grinnell College Center for Prairie Studies, 60 pages.
- Tillers: A Journal of Prairie Restoration Research, containing original articles from students in Bio-150, Introduction to biological inquiry "Prairie restoration."
Student Research Projects
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