Research Bibliography

Found 3336 results
2017
Edwards DD, Moore P.A..  2017.  Body-shape variation of Acroneuria lycorias (Plecoptera∶Perlidae) nymphs across magnitude and frequency stream flows. Freshwater Science. 36(3):571-584.
Hardiman B, Gough C, Butnor J, Bohrer G, Detto M, Curtis P.  2017.  Coupling Fine-Scale Root and Canopy Structure Using Ground-Based Remote Sensing. Remote Sensing. 920155:182.
Ludington TS, Moore P.A..  2017.  The Degree of Impairment of Foraging in Crayfish (Orconectes virilis) due to Insecticide Exposure is Dependent upon Turbulence Dispersion. Archives of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology. 72(2716361052241213364.210449683356):281-293.
Katz DSW, Ibáñez I.  2017.  Differences in biotic interactions across range edges have only minor effects on plant performance. Journal of Ecology. (2):321-331.
Schulze BC, Wallace HW, Flynn JH, Lefer BL, Erickson MH, B. Jobson T, Dusanter S, Griffith SM, Hansen RF, Stevens PS et al..  2017.  Differences in BVOC oxidation and SOA formation above and below the forest canopy. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics. 17(3):1805-1828.
Lishawa SC, Carson BD, Brandt JS, Tallant JM, Reo NJ, Albert DA, Monks AM, Lautenbach JM, Clark E.  2017.  Mechanical Harvesting Effectively Controls Young Typha spp. Invasion and Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Data Enhances Post-treatment Monitoring. Frontiers in Plant Science. 831315671683433672843319314918389302912489816422430302319361088311696037119153711652813211924193674181793422
Neal AE, Moore P.A..  2017.  Mimicking natural systems: Changes in behavior as a result of dynamic exposure to naproxen. Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety. 135(124):347-357.
Neal AE, Moore PA.  2017.  Mimicking natural systems: Changes in behavior as a result of dynamic exposure to naproxen. Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety. 135:347-357.
Welshofer KB, Zarnetske PL, Lany NK, Thompson LAE.  2017.  Open-top chambers for temperature manipulation in taller-stature plant communities. Methods in Ecology and Evolution.
Nave LE, Gough CM, Perry CH, Hofmeister KL, Le Moine JM, Domke GM, Swanston CW, Nadelhoffer KJ.  2017.  Physiographic factors underlie rates of biomass production during succession in Great Lakes forest landscapes. Forest Ecology and Management. 397:157-173.
Harrigan KM, Moore PA.  2017.  Scaling to the Organism: An Innovative Model of Dynamic Exposure Hotspots in Stream Systems. Archives of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology.
Nave LE, Drevnick PE, Heckman KA, Hofmeister KL, Veverica TJ, Swanston CW.  2017.  Soil hydrology, physical and chemical properties and the distribution of carbon and mercury in a postglacial lake-plain wetland. Geoderma. 305:40-52.
2016
Katz DSW, Ibáñez I.  2016.  Biotic interactions with natural enemies do not affect potential range expansion of three invasive plants in response to climate change. Biological Invasions. (11):3351-3363.
Rutter JE.  2016.  Bird Friendly Beaches: Evaluating dog and human interactions with Great Lakes piping plovers (Charadrius melodus) and other shorebirds. M.S.:72.
Ibáñez I, Zak DR, Burton AJ, Pregitzer KS.  2016.  Chronic nitrogen deposition alters tree allometric relationships: implications for biomass production and carbon storage. Ecological Applications. 26:913-925.
Schmid AV, Vogel CS, Liebman E, Curtis PS, Gough CM.  2016.  Coarse woody debris and the carbon balance of a moderately disturbed forest. Forest Ecology and Management. 361:38-45.
Howey MCL, Sullivan FB, Tallant J, Kopple RVande, Palace MW.  2016.  Detecting Precontact Anthropogenic Microtopographic Features in a Forested Landscape with Lidar: A Case Study from the Upper Great Lakes Region, AD 1000-1600. PLOS ONE. 11:e0162062.
Ibáñez I, McCarthy-Neumann S.  2016.  Effects of mycorrhizal fungi on tree seedling growth: quantifying the parasitism–mutualism transition along a light gradient. Canadian Journal of Forest Research. 46:48-57.
Fahey RT, Stuart-Haëntjens EJ, Gough CM, De La Cruz A, Stockton E, Vogel CS, Curtis PS.  2016.  Evaluating forest subcanopy response to moderate severity disturbance and contribution to ecosystem-level productivity and resilience. Forest Ecology and Management. 376:135-147.
Katz DSW, Ibáñez I.  2016.  Foliar damage beyond species distributions is partly explained by distance dependent interactions with natural enemies. Ecology. (9):2331-2341.
Moore PA.  2016.  The Hidden Power of Smell: How Chemicals Influence Our Lives and Behavior.
Howey MCL, Frederick K.  2016.  Immovable food storage facilities, knowledge, and landscape in non-sedentary societies: Perspectives from northern Michigan. Journal of Anthropological Archaeology. 42:37-55.
Melaas EK, Sulla-Menashe D, Gray JM, Black AT, Morin TH, Richardson AD, Friedl MA.  2016.  Multisite analysis of land surface phenology in North American temperate and boreal deciduous forests from Landsat. Remote Sensing of Environment. 186:452-464.