Cherry, J.A. and L. Gough. 2009. Trade-offs in plant responses to herbivory influence trophic routes of production in a freshwater wetland. Oecologia 161: 549-557.
Wookey, P.A., R. Aerts, R.D. Bardgett, F. Baptist, K.A. Bråthen, H. Cornelissen, L. Gough, I. Hartley, D. Hopkins, S. Lavorel, S.F. Oberbauer, G.R. Shaver, and CAT-B Participants. 2009. Climate change-induced feedback mechanisms drive ecosystem responses in a greening Arctic. Global Change Biology 15: 1153-1172.
Collins, S.L., K.N. Suding, E.E. Cleland, M. Batty, S.C. Pennings, K.L. Gross, J.B. Grace, L. Gough, J.E. Fargione, and C.M. Clark. 2008. Rank clocks and plant community dynamics. Ecology 89: 3534-3541.
Cleland, E.E., C.M. Clark, S.L. Collins, J.E. Fargione, L. Gough, K.L. Gross, D.L. Milchunas, S.V. Pennings, W.D. Bowman, I.C. Burke, W.K. Lauenroth, G.P. Robertson, J.C. Simpson, G.D. Tilman, and K.N. Suding. 2008. Species responses to nitrogen fertilization in herbaceous plant communities, and associated species traits. Ecology 89:1175.
Gough, L., K. Shrestha, D.R. Johnson, and B. Moon. 2008. Long-term mammalian herbivory and nutrient addition alter lichen community structure in Alaskan dry heath tundra. Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research 40:65-73.
Clark, C.M., E.E. Cleland, S.L. Collins, J.E. Fargione, L. Gough, K.L. Gross, S.C. Pennings, K.N. Suding, and J.B. Grace. 2007. Environmental and plant community determinants of species loss following nitrogen enrichment. Ecology Letters 10:596-607.
Wildová, R., L. Gough, T. Herben, C. Hershock and D.E. Goldberg. 2007. Architectural and growth traits differ in effects on performance of clonal plants: an analysis using a field-parameterized simulation model. Oikos 116:836-852.
Gough, L., E.A. Ramsey, and D.R. Johnson. 2007. Plant-herbivore interactions in Alaskan arctic tundra change with soil nutrient availability. Oikos 116:407-418.
Cherry, J.A. and L. Gough. 2006. Contribution of seed bank to vascular plant assemblages on temporary floating islands. Aquatic Botany 85:29-36.
Gough, L. 2006. Neighbor effects on germination, survival, and growth in two arctic tundra plant communities. Ecography 29:44-56.
Pennings, S.C., C.M. Clark, E.E. Cleland, S.L. Collins, L. Gough, K.L. Gross, D.A. Milchunas, and K.N. Suding. 2005. Do individual plant species show predictable responses to nitrogen addition across multiple experiments? Oikos 110:547-555.
Hobbie, S.E., L. Gough, and G.R. Shaver. 2005. Species compositional differences on different-aged glacial landscapes drive contrasting responses of tundra to nutrient addition. Journal of Ecology 93: 770-782.
Suding, K.N., S.L. Collins, L. Gough, C.M. Clark, E.E. Cleland, K.L. Gross, D.A. Milchunas, and S.C. Pennings. 2005. Functional and abundance based mechanisms explain diversity loss due to soil fertilization. Proceedings of the National Academy of Science 102: 4387-4392.
Hobbie, S.E. and L. Gough. 2004. Litter decomposition in moist acidic and non-acidic tundra with different glacial histories. Oecologia 140: 113-124.
Herbert, D.A., E.B. Rastetter, L. Gough and G.R. Shaver. 2004. Species diversity along nutrient gradients: an analysis of resource competition in model ecosystems. Ecosystems 7: 296-310.
Pauliukonis, N. and L. Gough. 2004. Field evidence of limited clonal integration in four sedges that differ in ramet aggregation. Plant Ecology 173: 1-15.