1. Deep Drainage Sensitivity to Climate, Edaphic Factors, and Woody Encroachment, Oklahoma, USA
  2. Wine, ML and Hendrickx, JMH. 2013. Biohydrologic effects of eastern redcedar encroachment into grassland, Oklahoma, USA. Biologia 68: 1132-1135.
  3. 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.
  4. 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.
  5. 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.
  6. 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.
  7. Bain, MB and Wine, M. 2010. Testing predictions of stream landscape theory for fish assemblages in highly fragmented watersheds. Folia Zoologica 59: 231-239.