1. Hu X-F, Chen F-S, Wine ML, Fang X-M. 2017. Increasing acidity of rain in subtropical tea plantation alters aluminum and nutrient distributions at the root-soil interface and in plant tissues. Plant and Soil. DOI: 10.1007/s11104-017-3256-3.
  2. Wine ML, Cadol D. 2016. Hydrologic effects of large southwestern USA wildfires significantly increase regional water supply: Fact or fiction? Environmental Research Letters 11: 1-13.
  3. Cadol D, Wine ML. 2017. Geomorphology as a first order control on the connectivity of riparian ecohydrology. Geomorphology 277: 154–170.
  4. Wine ML, Hendrickx JMH, Cadol D, Zou CB, Ochsner TE. 2015. Deep drainage sensitivity to climate, edaphic factors, and woody encroachment, Oklahoma, USA. Hydrological Processes 29: 3779-3789.
  5. Wine, ML and Hendrickx, JMH. 2013. Biohydrologic effects of eastern redcedar encroachment into grassland, Oklahoma, USA. Biologia 68: 1132-1135.
  6. Wine, ML, Ochsner, TE, Sutradhar, A and Pepin, R. 2012. Effects of eastern redcedar encroachment on soil hydraulic properties along Oklahoma's grassland-forest ecotone. Hydrological Processes 26: 1720-1728.
  7. Wine, ML and Zou, CB. 2012. Long-term streamflow relations with riparian gallery forest expansion into tallgrass prairie in the southern Great Plains, USA. Forest Ecology and Management 266: 170-179.
  8. Wine, ML, Zou, CB, Bradford, JA and Gunter, SA. 2012. Runoff and sediment responses to grazing native and introduced species on highly erodible southern Great Plains soil. Journal of Hydrology 450-451: 336-341.
  9. Zou, CB, Ffolliott, PF and Wine, M. 2010. Streamflow responses to vegetation manipulations along a gradient of precipitation in the Colorado River Basin. Forest Ecology and Management 259: 1268-1276.
  10. Bain, MB and Wine, M. 2010. Testing predictions of stream landscape theory for fish assemblages in highly fragmented watersheds. Folia Zoologica 59: 231-239.