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Hufford, Kristina M., and Susan J. Mazer. "Plant ecotypes: genetic differentiation in the age of ecological restoration." Trends in Ecology & Evolution 18 (2003): 147-155.
Hufford, Kristina M., and Susan J. Mazer. "Local adaptation and the effects of grazing on the performance of Nassella pulchra: implications for seed sourcing in restoration." Restoration Ecology 20 (2012): 688-695.
Hufford, Kristina M., Susan J. Mazer, and Joshua P. Schimel. "Soil heterogeneity and the distribution of native grasses in California: Can soil properties inform restoration plans?" Ecosphere 5 (2014): 1-14.
Hufford, Kristina M., Susan J. Mazer, and Scott A. Hodges. "Genetic variation among mainland and island populations of a native perennial grass used in restoration." AoB Plants 6 (2014).
Hufford, Kristina M., Susan J. Mazer, and Mark D. Camara. "Local adaptation and effects of grazing among seedlings of two native california bunchgrass species: Implications for restoration." Restoration Ecology 16 (2008): 59-69.
Hove, Alisa A., and Susan J. Mazer. "Pollen performance in Clarkia taxa with contrasting mating systems: implications for male gametophytic evolution in selfers and outcrossers." Plants 2 (2013): 248-278.
Hove, Alisa A., Susan J. Mazer, and Christopher T. Ivey. "Seed set variation in wild Clarkia populations: teasing apart the effects of seasonal resource depletion, pollen quality, and pollen quantity." Ecology and evolution 6 (2016): 6524-6536.
Haggerty, Brian P., and Susan J. Mazer. "A flora of the University of California Natural Reserve System." Website http://nrs. ucop. edu/reserves/flora/flora. htm [accessed 01 October 2012] (2011).
Haggerty, Brian P., and Susan J. Mazer. "The phenology handbook." University of California, Santa Barbara (2008): P41.
Haggerty, Brian P., Elizabeth R. Matthews, Katharine L. Gerst, Angela G. Evenden, and Susan J. Mazer. "The California Phenology Project: tracking plant responses to climate change." Madroño 60 (2013): 1-3.