Diane Pataki
  • Associate Vice President for Research, Vp For Research
  • Adjunct Professor, City & Metropolitan Planning
  • Adjunct Professor, School Of Biological Sciences

Publications

  • Livesely SJ (date unknown). Water smart cities increase irrigation to provide cool refuge in a climate crisis. Earth's Future. Accepted, .
  • Gillespie TW (date unknown). Gillespie TW, de Goede J, Aguilar L, Jenerette GD, Fricker GA, Avolio ML, Pincelt S, Johnston T, Clarke LW. Pataki DE. 2016. Predicting tree species richness in urban forests. Urban Ecosystems doi:10.1007/s11252-016-0633-2. Accepted, .
  • Tanner, Colby J (date unknown). Urban ecology: advancing science and society. Ecological Society of America. Vol. 12(10), 574-581. Accepted, .
  • MCCARTHY, HEATHER R. (date unknown). Water relations of coast redwood planted in the semi-arid climate of southern California: Water relations of urban redwood. Wiley-Blackwell. Vol. 34(8), 1384-1400. Accepted, .
  • Townsend-Small, Amy (date unknown). Nitrous Oxide Emissions from Wastewater Treatment and Water Reclamation Plants in Southern California. American Society of Agronomy. Vol. 40(5), 1542. Accepted, .
  • McCarthy, Heather R. (date unknown). Drivers of variability in water use of native and non-native urban trees in the greater Los Angeles area. Springer Science + Business Media. Vol. 13(4), 393-414. Accepted, .
  • Pataki, D. E. (date unknown). Where do fossil fuel carbon dioxide emissions from California go? An analysis based on radiocarbon observations and an atmospheric transport model. Wiley-Blackwell. Vol. 113(G4). Accepted, .
  • Gurney, Kevin (date unknown). Research Needs for Finely Resolved Fossil Carbon Emissions. Wiley. Vol. 88(49), 542. Accepted, .
  • Pataki DE (date unknown). Pataki DE, Oren R. (2003). Species differences in stomatal control of water loss at the canopy scale in a mature bottomland deciduous forest. Advances in Water Resources. 26(12): 1267-1278. Accepted, .
  • Pataki DE (date unknown). Pataki DE, Bowling DR, Ehleringer JR. (2003). Seasonal cycle of carbon dioxide and its isotopic composition in an urban atmosphere: anthropogenic and biogenic effects. JGR Atmospheres. 108(D23), 4735, doi:10.1029/2003JD003865. Accepted, .
  • Pataki, D. E. (date unknown). Water use of two Mojave Desert shrubs under elevated CO2. Wiley-Blackwell. Vol. 6(8), 889-897. Accepted, .
  • Oren R (date unknown). Oren R., J.S. Sperry, G.G. Katul, D.E. Pataki, B.E. Ewers, N. Phillips, K.V.R. Schäfer. (1999). Survey and synthesis of intra- and interspecific variation in stomatal sensitivity to vapour pressure deficit. Plant, Cell and Environment 22: 1515-1526. Accepted, .
  • Cobley LAE (date unknown). Vehicle emissions and fertilizer impact the leaf chemistry of urban trees in Salt Lake Valley, UT. Environmental Pollution. Vol. 254. Accepted, .
  • Lin JC (date unknown). CO2 and carbon emissions from cities: Linkages to air quality, socioeconomic activity and stakeholders in the Salt Lake City urban area. Bulletion of the American Meteorological Society. doi.org/10.1175/BAMS-D-17-0037.1. Accepted, .
  • Baldocchi, Dennis D (date unknown). Protecting climate with forests. IOP Publishing. Vol. 3(4), 044006. Accepted, .
  • PATAKI, D. E. (date unknown). Urban ecosystems and the North American carbon cycle. Wiley-Blackwell. Vol. 12(11), 2092-2102. Accepted, .
  • Pataki DE (date unknown). Pataki, D.E., R. Oren, and D.T. Tissue. (1998). Elevated carbon dioxide does not affect stomatal conductance of Pinus taedaL. Oecologia 117: 47-52. Accepted, .
  • Litvak E (date unknown). Litvak E, Bijoor NS, Pataki DE. 2014. Adding trees to irrigated turfgrass lawns may be a water-saving measure in semi-arid environments. Ecohydrology 7(5):1314-1330. Accepted, .
  • Grijseels NH (date unknown). Using LiDAR to assess transitions in riparian vegetation structure along a rural to urban gradient. Ecohydrology. Accepted, .
  • Gómez-Navarro C (date unknown). Spatiotemporal variability in water sources of urban soils and trees in the semiarid, irrigated Salt Lake Valley. Ecohydrology. Vol. 12, e2154. Accepted, .
  • Locke DH (date unknown). A multi-city comparison of front and backyard differences in plant species diversity and nitrogen cycling in residential landscapes. Landscape and Urban Planning. Accepted, .
  • Wang W (date unknown). Wang W, Pataki DE, Haver D. (2014). Nitrogen budgets of urban lawns under three different management regimes in southern California. Biogeochemistry 121(1):127-148. Accepted, .
  • Gillespie, Thomas W. (date unknown). The evolution of tree nursery offerings in Los Angeles County over the last 110 years. Elsevier BV. Vol. 118, 10-17. Accepted, .
  • Buyantuev, Alexander (date unknown). Urban vegetation and income segregation in drylands: a synthesis of seven metropolitan regions in the southwestern United States. IOP Publishing. Vol. 8(4), 044001. Accepted, .
  • Levia DF (date unknown). Homogenization of the terrestrial water cycle. Nature Geoscience. Accepted, .
  • Cobley LAE (date unknown). Housing age and affluence influence plant and soil nitrogen and carbon cycles in two semi-arid cities. JGR Biogeosciences. Vol. 123, 3178-3192, doi/10.1029/2018JG004424. Accepted, .
  • Porse E (date unknown). Optimization of local water supply in Los Angeles: Urban water systems analysis with institutional complexity. Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management. Vol. 143, 04017049. Accepted, .
  • Townsend-Small, Amy (date unknown). Increasing summer river discharge in southern California, USA, linked to urbanization: INCREASING RIVER DISCHARGE IN CALIFORNIA. Wiley-Blackwell. n/a-n/a. Accepted, .
  • Bijoor NS, Pataki DE, Rocha AV, Goulden ML (date unknown). The application of δ¹⁸O and δD for understanding water pools and fluxes in a Typha marsh. Plant, cell & environment. Vol. 34, 1761-75. Accepted, .
  • Pataki, Diane E. (date unknown). A synthesis of current knowledge on forests and carbon storage in the United States. Ecological Society of America. Vol. 21(6), 1902-1924. Accepted, .
  • Phdungsilp, Aumnad (date unknown). Methodology for inventorying greenhouse gas emissions from global cities. Elsevier BV. Vol. 38(9), 4828-4837. Accepted, .
  • Phdungsilp, Aumnad (date unknown). Greenhouse Gas Emissions from Global Cities. American Chemical Society (ACS). Vol. 45(8), 3816-3817. Accepted, .
  • Naumburg, E. (date unknown). Water sources and nitrogen relations of grasses and shrubs in phreatophytic communities of the Great Basin Desert. Elsevier BV. Vol. 72(9), 1581-1593. Accepted, .
  • CZIMCZIK, CLAUDIA I. (date unknown). Effects of temperature and fertilization on nitrogen cycling and community composition of an urban lawn. Wiley-Blackwell. Vol. 14(9), 2119-2131. Accepted, .
  • PATAKI, DIANE E. (date unknown). Tracing Changes in Ecosystem Function under Elevated Carbon Dioxide Conditions. Oxford University Press (OUP). Vol. 53(9), 805. Accepted, .
  • Pataki, Diane E. (date unknown). SAP FLUX OF CO-OCCURRING SPECIES IN A WESTERN SUBALPINE FOREST DURING SEASONAL SOIL DROUGHT. Ecological Society of America. Vol. 81(9), 2557-2566. Accepted, .
  • Jenerette GD (date unknown). Jenerette GD, Clarke LW, Avolio ML, Pataki DE, Gillespie TW, Pincetl S, Nowak DJ, Hutyra LR, McHale M, McFadden JP, Alonzo M. 2016. Climate tolerances and trait choices shape continental patterns of urban tree biodiversity. Global Ecology and Biogeography 25(11):1367-1376. Accepted, .
  • Raczka B (date unknown). Does vapor pressure deficit drive the seasonality of 13C of the net land-atmosphere CO2 exchange across the United States?. JGR Biogeosciences. Vol. 122, 1969-1987. Accepted, .
  • Smith RS (date unknown). Soil carbon and nitrogen accumulation in residential lawns of the Salt Lake Valley, Utah. Oecologia. Vol. 187, 1107-1118. Accepted, .
  • Townsend-Small A, Pataki DE, Tseng LY, Tsai CY, Rosso D (date unknown). Nitrous oxide emissions from wastewater treatment and water reclamation plants in southern California. Journal of environmental quality. Vol. 40, 1542-50. Accepted, .
  • Pataki, Diane E. (date unknown). Emerging topics in stable isotope ecology: are there isotope effects in plant respiration?: Commentary. Wiley-Blackwell. Vol. 167(2), 321-323. Accepted, .
  • Pataki, D. E. (date unknown). Can carbon dioxide be used as a tracer of urban atmospheric transport?. Wiley-Blackwell. Vol. 110(D15). Accepted, .
  • FINZI, ADRIEN (date unknown). Progressive Nitrogen Limitation of Ecosystem Responses to Rising Atmospheric Carbon Dioxide. Oxford University Press (OUP). Vol. 54(8), 731. Accepted, .
  • Diffenbaugh NS (date unknown). The COVID-19 lockdown: a window into the Earth System. Nature Reviews Earth & Environment. Accepted, .
  • Litvak E (date unknown). Litvak E, Pataki DE. 2016. Evapotranspiration of urban lawns in a semi-arid environment: an in situ evaluation of microclimatic conditions and watering recommendations. Journal of Arid Environments 135: 87-96. Accepted, .
  • Larson KL (date unknown). Larson KL, Nelson KC, Samples SR, Hall SJ, Bettez N, Carender-Bares J, Groffman PM, Grove M, Heffernan JB, Hobbie SE, Learned J, Morse JL, Neill C, Ogden LA, O'Neil-Dunne J, Pataki DE, Polsky C, Chowdhury RR, Steele M, Trammell TLE. 2016. Ecosystem services in managing residential landscapes: priorities, value dimensions, and cross-regional patterns. Urban Ecosystems 19(1): 95-113. Accepted, .
  • Eisenman TS (date unknown). Urban trees, air quality, and asthma: An interdisciplinary review. Landscape and Urban Planning. Vol. 187, 47-59. Accepted, .
  • Avolio ML (date unknown). Tree biodiversity in southern California’s urban forest: The interacting roles of social and environmental variables. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolu. Vol. 3, 00073. Accepted, .
  • PATAKI, DIANE E. (date unknown). The application of δ18O and δD for understanding water pools and fluxes in a Typha marsh: δ18O and δD of Typha marsh water pools and fluxes. Wiley-Blackwell. Vol. 34(10), 1761-1775. Accepted, .
  • Litvak E, McCarthy HR, Pataki DE (date unknown). Water relations of coast redwood planted in the semi-arid climate of southern California. Plant, cell & environment. Vol. 34, 1384-400. Accepted, .
  • Hultine KR, Bush SE, West AG, Burtch KG, Pataki DE, Ehleringer JR (date unknown). Gender-specific patterns of aboveground allocation, canopy conductance and water use in a dominant riparian tree species: Acer negundo. Tree physiology. Vol. 28, 1383-94. Accepted, .
  • Ward EJ (date unknown). Evapotranspiration and water yield of a pine-broadleaf forest are not altered by long-term atmospheric CO2 enrichment under native or enhanced soil fertility. Global Change Biology. Vol. 24, 4841-4856. Accepted, .
  • Engebretson JM (date unknown). How the nonhuman world influences homeowner yard management in the American Residential Macrosystem. Human Ecology. Accepted, .
  • Groffman PM (date unknown). Ecological homogenization of residential macrosystems. Nature Ecology and Evolution. Vol. 1, doi:10.1002/2017JG003795. Accepted, .
  • Trammell TLE (date unknown). Biophysical and social factors control C4 plant distribution in residential lawns across seven U.S. cities. Ecological Applications. Vol. 29, e01884. Accepted, .
  • Blaszczak JR (date unknown). Sediment chemistry of urban stormwater ponds and controls on denitrification. Ecosphere. Accepted, .
  • Pataki, D.E. (date unknown). Grand challenges in urban ecology. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution. Vol. 3, doi: 10.3389/fevo.2015.00057. Accepted, .
  • Gillespie, Thomas (date unknown). Urban tree planting programs, function or fashion? Los Angeles and urban tree planting campaigns. Springer Science + Business Media. Vol. 78(3), 475-493. Accepted, .
  • Pataki, D. E. (date unknown). A trait-based ecology of the Los Angeles urban forest. Ecological Society of America. Vol. 4(6), art72. Accepted, .
  • Pataki, Diane E. (date unknown). The radiocarbon composition of tree rings as a tracer of local fossil fuel emissions in the Los Angeles basin: 1980-2008: TREE RING 14 C IN THE LA BASIN, 1980-2008. Wiley-Blackwell. Vol. 117(D12), n/a-n/a. Accepted, .
  • Pataki DE, McCarthy HR, Litvak E, Pincetl S (date unknown). Transpiration of urban forests in the Los Angeles metropolitan area. Ecological applications : a publication of the Ecological Society of America. Vol. 21, 661-77. Accepted, .
  • Pataki, Diane E. (date unknown). A comparison of tracer methods for quantifying CO 2 sources in an urban region. Wiley-Blackwell. Vol. 115(D11). Accepted, .
  • Foster, David (date unknown). The changing landscape: ecosystem responses to urbanization and pollution across climatic and societal gradients. Ecological Society of America. Vol. 6(5), 264-272. Accepted, .
  • Ngo, N. S. (date unknown). The energy and mass balance of Los Angeles County. Springer Science + Business Media. Vol. 11(2), 121-139. Accepted, .
  • Bush, S. E. (date unknown). ECOHYDROLOGY IN A COLORADO RIVER RIPARIAN FOREST: IMPLICATIONS FOR THE DECLINE OF POPULUS FREMONTII. Ecological Society of America. Vol. 15(3), 1009-1018. Accepted, .
  • Clark, H. (date unknown). Water relations in grassland and desert ecosystems exposed to elevated atmospheric CO 2. Springer Science + Business Media. Vol. 140(1), 11-25. Accepted, .
  • Litvak, E (date unknown). Litvak E, Manago KF, Hogue TS, Pataki DE. 2017. Evapotranspiration of urban landscapes in Los Angeles, California at the municipal scale. Water Resources Research, 53, doi:10.1002/2016WR020254. Accepted, .
  • Wheeler MM (date unknown). Wheeler MM, Neill C, Groffman PM, Avolio M, Bettez N, Cavender-Bares J, Chowdhury RR, Darling L, Grove JM, Hall SJ, Heffernan JB, Hobbie SE, Larson KL, Morse JL, Nelson KC, Ogden LA, O'Neil-Dunne J, Pataki DE, Polsky C, Steele M, Trammell TLE. 2017. Continental-scale homogenization of residential lawn communities. Landscape and Urban Planning 165: 54-63. Accepted, .
  • Pincetl S (date unknown). Evaluating the effects of the turf-replacement programs in Los Angeles. Landscape and Urban Planning. Vol. 185, 210-221. Accepted, .
  • Pataki DE (date unknown). On the definition of cultivated ecology. Philosophical Topics. Accepted, .
  • Porse E (date unknown). The economic value of local water supplies in Los Angeles. Nature Sustainability. Accepted, .
  • Bijoor, Neeta S. (date unknown). A comparative study of the water budgets of lawns under three management scenarios. Springer Science + Business Media. Vol. 17(4), 1095-1117. Accepted, .
  • Pataki, D. E. (date unknown). Ecosystem effects of groundwater depth in Owens Valley, California. Wiley-Blackwell. Vol. 4(3), 458-468. Accepted, .
  • Bush, Susan E. (date unknown). Wood anatomy constrains stomatal responses to atmospheric vapor pressure deficit in irrigated, urban trees. Springer Science + Business Media. Vol. 156(1), 13-20. Accepted, .
  • Pataki DE, Xu T, Luo YQ, Ehleringer JR (date unknown). Inferring biogenic and anthropogenic carbon dioxide sources across an urban to rural gradient. Oecologia. Vol. 152, 307-22. Accepted, .
  • Bowling DR (date unknown). Bowling DR, Pataki DE, Ehleringer JR. (2003). Ecosystem isotope exchange and whole-canopy discrimination in Medicago sativa. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 116: 159-179. Accepted, .
  • Oren R (date unknown). Oren R, Pataki DE. (2001). Transpiration in response to variation in microclimate and soil moisture in southeastern deciduous forests. Oecologia 127:549–559. Accepted, .
  • Pataki DE (date unknown). Pataki, D.E., R. Oren, and N. Phillips. (1998). Responses of sap flux and stomatal conductance of Pinus taedaL. trees to stepwise reductions in leaf area. Journal of Experimental Botany 49: 871-878. Accepted, .
  • Guswa AJ (date unknown). Advancing ecohydrology in the 21 century: A convergence of opportunities. Ecohydrology. Accepted, .
  • Cubino JP (date unknown). Linking yard plant diversity to homeowners’ landscaping priorities across the U.S. Landscape and Urban Planning. Vol. 196, 103730. Accepted, .
  • Roman LA (date unknown). Human and biophysical legacies shape contemporary urban forests: A literature synthesis. Urban Forestry & Urban Greening. Accepted, .
  • Schwarz, Kirsten (date unknown). Trees Grow on Money: Urban Tree Canopy Cover and Environmental Justice. Public Library of Science (PLoS). Vol. 10(4), e0122051. Accepted, .
  • Polsky C, Grove JM, Knudson C, Groffman PM, Bettez N, Cavender-Bares J, Hall SJ, Heffernan JB, Hobbie SE, Larson KL, Morse JL, Neill C, Nelson KC, Ogden LA, O'Neil-Dunne J, Pataki DE, Chowdhury RR, Steele MK (date unknown). Assessing the homogenization of urban land management with an application to US residential lawn care. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. Vol. 111, 4432-7. Accepted, .
  • Litvak E, McCarthy HR, Pataki DE (date unknown). Transpiration sensitivity of urban trees in a semi-arid climate is constrained by xylem vulnerability to cavitation. Tree physiology. Vol. 32, 373-88. Accepted, .
  • Pataki, Diane E. (date unknown). Isotopic measurements of atmospheric methane in Los Angeles, California, USA: Influence of “fugitive” fossil fuel emissions: LOS ANGELES METHANE EMISSIONS. Wiley-Blackwell. Vol. 117(D7), n/a-n/a. Accepted, .
  • Pataki, D.E. (date unknown). Sources of variation in δ13C of fossil fuel emissions in Salt Lake City, USA. Elsevier BV. Vol. 22(4), 715-723. Accepted, .
  • LAW, B. E. (date unknown). Combining meteorology, eddy fluxes, isotope measurements, and modeling to understand environmental controls of carbon isotope discrimination at the canopy scale. Wiley-Blackwell. Vol. 12(4), 710-730. Accepted, .
  • Avolio M (date unknown). Urban plant diversity in Los Angeles, California: Species and functional type turnover in cultivated landscapes. Plants People Planet. Vol. 2, 144-156. Accepted, .
  • Pincetl S (date unknown). Adapting urban water systems to manage scarcity in the 21st century: The case of Los Angeles. Environmental Management. Vol. 63, 293-308. Accepted, .
  • Mitchell LE (date unknown). Long-term urban carbon dioxide observations reveal spatial and temporal dynamics related to urban characteristics and growth. PNAS. Accepted, .
  • Hale, Rebecca L. (date unknown). iSAW: Integrating Structure, Actors, and Water to study socio-hydro-ecological systems. Wiley-Blackwell. Vol. 3(3), 110-132. Accepted, .
  • Avolio ML (date unknown). Avolio ML, Pataki DE, Pincetl S, Gillespie TW, Jenerette GD, McCarthy HR. (2015). Understanding preferences for tree attributes: the relative effects of socio-economic and local environmental factors. Urban Ecosystems 18(1):73-86. Accepted, .
  • Bijoor, Neeta S. (date unknown). Water sources of urban trees in the Los Angeles metropolitan area. Springer Science + Business Media. Vol. 15(1), 195-214. Accepted, .
  • Brossard, Shea (date unknown). A time series of urban forestry in Los Angeles. Springer Science + Business Media. Vol. 15(1), 233-246. Accepted, .
  • Pataki, D. E. (date unknown). Socio-ecohydrology and the urban water challenge. Wiley-Blackwell. Vol. 4(2), 341-347. Accepted, .
  • Forster, C.B. (date unknown). An integrated approach to improving fossil fuel emissions scenarios with urban ecosystem studies. Elsevier BV. Vol. 6(1), 1-14. Accepted, .
  • Bowling DR, Pataki DE, Randerson JT (date unknown). Carbon isotopes in terrestrial ecosystem pools and CO2 fluxes. The New phytologist. Vol. 178, 24-40. Accepted, .
  • Pataki DE (date unknown). Pataki DE, Ehleringer JR, Flanagan LB, Yakir D, Bowling DR, Still C, Buchmann N, Kaplan JO, Berry JA. (2003). The application and interpretation of Keeling plots in terrestrial carbon cycle research. Global Biogeochemical Cycles 17(1), 1022, doi:10,1029/2001GB001850. Accepted, .
  • Groffman PM (date unknown). Groffman PM, Grove JM, Polsky C, Bettez ND, Morse JL, Cavendar-Bares J, Hall SJ, Heffernan JB, Hobbie SE, Larson KL, Neill C, Nelson K, Ogden L, O’Neil-Dunne, Pataki DE, Chowdhury R, Locke DH. 2016. Satisfaction, water and fertilizer use in the American residential macrosystem. Environmental Research Letters 11: 03004. Accepted, .
  • Trammell TLE (date unknown). Trammell TLE, Pataki DE, Cavendar-Bares J, Groffman PM, Hall SJ, Heffernan JB, Hobbie SE, Morse JL, Neill C, Nelson KC. 2016. Plant N concentration and isotopic composition in residential lawns across seven U.S. cities. Oecologia 181(1):271-285. Accepted, .
  • Pearse WD (date unknown). Homogenization of plant diversity, composition, and structure in North American urban yards. Ecosphere. Accepted, .
  • Avolio ML (date unknown). Biodiverse cities: The nursery industry, homeowners, and neighborhood differences drive urban tree composition. Ecological Monographs. Accepted, .
  • Litvak E (date unknown). Litvak E, McCarthy HR, Pataki DE. 2017. A method for estimating transpiration of irrigated urban trees in California. Landscape and Urban Planning 158: 48-61. Accepted, .
  • Groffman, PM (date unknown). Ecological homogenization of urban USA. Ecological Society of America. Vol. 12(1), 74-81. Accepted, .
  • Steele, M. K. (date unknown). Convergent Surface Water Distributions in U.S. Cities. Springer Science + Business Media. Vol. 17(4), 685-697. Accepted, .
  • Pataki, Diane E (date unknown). Coupling biogeochemical cycles in urban environments: ecosystem services, green solutions, and misconceptions. Ecological Society of America. Vol. 9(1), 27-36. Accepted, .
  • Czimczik, Claudia I. (date unknown). Nitrous oxide emissions and isotopic composition in urban and agricultural systems in southern California. Wiley-Blackwell. Vol. 116(G1). Accepted, .
  • Pataki, D. E. (date unknown). Seasonal variations in plant nitrogen relations and photosynthesis along a grassland to shrubland gradient in Owens Valley, California. Springer Science + Business Media. Vol. 327(1-2), 213-223. Accepted, .
  • Pataki, D. E. (date unknown). High resolution atmospheric monitoring of urban carbon dioxide sources. Wiley-Blackwell. Vol. 33(3). Accepted, .
  • Gómez-Navarro C (date unknown). Effects of vegetation on the spatial and temporal variation of microclimate in the urbanized Salt Lake Valley. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology. Accepted, .
  • Cobley LE (date unknown). Drivers of plant species richness and phylogenetic composition in urban yards at the continental scale. Landscape Ecology. Vol. 34, 63-77. Accepted, .
  • Cubino JP (date unknown). Drivers of plant species richness and phylogenetic composition in urban yards at the continental scale. Landscape Ecology. Vol. 34, 63–77. Accepted, .
  • Groffman PM (date unknown). Groffman PM, Cadenasso ML, Cavendar-Bares J, Childers DL, Grimm NB, Grove JM, Hobbie SE, Hutrya LR, Jenerette GD, McPhearson T, Pataki DE, Pickett STA, Pouyat RV, Rosi-Marshall E, Ruddell BL. 2017. Moving towards a new urban systems science. Ecosystems 20:38. Accepted, .
  • Hall SJ (date unknown). Hall SJ, Learned J, Ruddell B, Larson KL, Cavender-Bares J, Bettez N, Groffman PM, Grover JM, Heffernan JB, Hobbie SE, Morse JL, Neill C, Nelson KC, O'Neil-Dunne JPM, Ogden L, Pataki DE, Pearse WD, Polsky C, Chowdhury RR, Steele MK, Trammel TLE. (2016). Convergence of microclimate in residential landscapes across diverse cities in the United States. Landscape Ecology 31(1): 101-117. Accepted, .
  • GILLESPIE, THOMAS W. (date unknown). Threats of future climate change and land use to vulnerable tree species native to Southern California. Cambridge University Press (CUP). 1-12. Accepted, .
  • Goedhart, Christine M. (date unknown). Do arid species use less water than mesic species in an irrigated common garden?. Springer Science + Business Media. Vol. 15(1), 215-232. Accepted, .
  • Wang, W. (date unknown). Wang W, Pataki DE. (2012). Drivers of spatial variability in urban plant and soil isotopic composition in the Los Angeles Basin. Plant and Soil 350: 323–338. Accepted, .
  • Pataki, Diane E. (date unknown). Spatial patterns of plant isotope tracers in the Los Angeles urban region. Springer Science + Business Media. Vol. 25(1), 35-52. Accepted, .
  • Oren R (date unknown). Oren R, Sperry JS, Ewers BE, Pataki DE, Phillips N, Megonigal JP. (2001). Sensitivity of mean canopy stomatal conductance to vapor pressure deficit in a flooded Taxodium distichum L. forest: hydraulic and non-hydraulic effects. Oecologia. 126:21-29. Accepted, .
  • Oren R, Phillips N, Ewers BE, Pataki DE, Megonigal JP (date unknown). Sap-flux-scaled transpiration responses to light, vapor pressure deficit, and leaf area reduction in a flooded Taxodium distichum forest. Tree physiology. Vol. 19, 337-347. Accepted, .
  • Pataki DE, Oren R, Katul G, Sigmon J (date unknown). Canopy conductance of Pinus taeda, Liquidambar styraciflua and Quercus phellos under varying atmospheric and soil water conditions. Tree physiology. Vol. 18, 307-315. Accepted, .
  • Oren R (date unknown). Oren, R., N. Phillips, G. Katul, B.E. Ewers, and D.E. Pataki. (1998). Scaling xylem sap flux and soil water balance, and calculating variance: a method for partitioning water flux in forests. Annales des Sciences Forestieres 55: 191-216. Accepted, .
  • Pataki DE (date unknown). City trees: Urban greening needs better data. (pp. 624). Vol. 502. Nature. Accepted, .
  • DIANE E PATAKI (date unknown). Pataki DE, Jenerette GD, Pincetl S, Trammell TLE, Ervin L. (2014) Urban Ecosystems. In: Ecosystems of California – A Source Book. Mooney HA, Zavaleta ES, Eds. University of California Press. Accepted, .

Grants, Contracts & Research Gifts

  • Can green infrastructure maximize ecosystem processes related to nitrogen? PI: - 2022. Total project budget to date:
  • CNH2-L: Toward a theory of trees as living infrastructure. PI: - 2020. Total project budget to date:
  • Collaborative Research: Understanding the hydrologic consequences of urban irrigation across the U.S. PI: - 2022. Total project budget to date:
  • The Nature of Cities Summit. PI: - 2020. Total project budget to date:
  • Collaborative Research: MSB-FRA: Alternative ecological futures for the American Residential Macrosystem. PI: - 2020. Total project budget to date:
  • NSF INCLUDES: Alliance to Strengthen the STEM Tapestry (ASSisT): Motivating Critical Identity Shifts to Weave the STEM Disenfranchised into Science and the Sustainability Workforce. PI: - 2019. Total project budget to date:
  • Predicting CO2 emissions associated with urban development in the western U.S.”. PI: - 2017. Total project budget to date:
  • MRI: Acquisition of an Isotope Ratio Mass Spectrometer for Tracing Human-Environment Interactions. PI: - 2017. Total project budget to date:
  • Mobile greenhouse gas flux analyzer for unmanned aerial vehicles. PI: - 2016. Total project budget to date:
  • WSC-Category 3: Collaborative: The role of local water resources in the water sustainability of Los Angeles. PI: - 2017. Total project budget to date:
  • iUtah-innovative Urban Transitions and Aridregion Hydro-sustainability. PI: - 2017. Total project budget to date:
  • Collaborative research: Mechanisms for the decline of leaf hydraulic conductance with dehydration, and plant- and environment-level impacts dehydration, and plant- and environment-level impacts. PI: - 2016. Total project budget to date:
  • Collaborative research: Ecological homogenization of urban America. PI: - 2015. Total project budget to date:
  • Reductions in urban outdoor water use as an adaptation to rising temperatures and declining water supplies in southern California. PI: - 2012. Total project budget to date:
  • Dynamics of urban ecosystem services and their relationship to ecohydrology: Exploratory study for a Los Angeles Urban Long-term Research Site (LA-ULTRA). PI: - 2012. Total project budget to date:
  • Forest-Atmosphere Carbon Transfer and Storage (FACTS-1). PI: - 2012. Total project budget to date:
  • Collaborative Research: Toward a biogeography of urban forests. PI: - 2012. Total project budget to date:
  • Creating sustainability indicators to assess the physical, social, and economic values of greening cities. PI: - 2010. Total project budget to date:
  • Distinguishing between greenhouse gas emissions from cropland, animal operations, and urban land cover with isotopic tracers. PI: - 2010. Total project budget to date:
  • Collaborative Research: A study in the dynamics of human behavior in institutional innovation and learning. PI: - 2010. Total project budget to date:
  • The spatial distribution of isotopic tracers in urban organic matter: understanding multiple and confounding effects of human activities on urban vegetation. PI: - 2010. Total project budget to date:
  • Controls on C and N cycling in a Southern California urban turfgrass ecosystem” Kearney Foundation of Soil Science. PI: - 2006. Total project budget to date:
  • Acquisition of capability for single-compound AMS measurement of organic matter at the W.M. Keck Carbon Cycle Accelerator Mass Spectrometry Facility at UC Irvine. PI: - 2008. Total project budget to date:
  • Urban trace-gas emissions study (UTES): Interactions between canopy processes, anthropogenic emissions, and social institutions in the Salt Lake Valley, Utah. PI: - 2007. Total project budget to date:
  • Support of the GCTE Focus 1 Office (Ecosystem Processes in Biogeochemical Cycles)”,. PI: - 2003. Total project budget to date:
  • Tracing carbon in elevated CO2 experiments: A workshop on isotopic analyses of where the carbon is going. PI: - 2002. Total project budget to date: