The School of Forest Resources and Environmental Science faculty authors leading research that appears in a wide variety of scientific journals and publications. Select faculty members listed here to see some of their work.
Tara L. Bal
- Bal. 2023. Promoting culturally conscious students: a course model in maple syrup management and culture. Natural Sciences Education. Read More.
- Myers, Dickinson, Storer, Bal. 2023. A review of propogation and restoration techniques for American Beech and their current and future application in mitigation of beech bark disease. Sustainability. Read More.
- Bal. 2023. Draw a bee: a simple drawing activity can highlight our misperceptions and diversity of bees. The American Biology Teacher. Read More.
- Camp & Bal. 2022. The Turkey Tail Mushroom and its Many Look-alikes. Digital Commons Open Access Books.
- Myers, Dickinson, Storer, Bal. 2022. A pilot study of transplanting methods for wildling American Beech (Fagus grandifolia). Horticulturae. Read More.
- Bal, Dickinson, Storer. 2023. Exotic earthworms impact forests: increase awareness and integrate impacts into forest management decisions. In: Proceedings of the Northern Hardwood Conference 2021. General Technical Report.
- Schneider, Bal, Brzeski. Novel applications of iDNA tool for measuring small mammal community biodiversity via Silphid beetles. 2023. In: Proceedings of the Northern Hardwood Conference 2021. General Technical Report.
- Burmann, Kelly, Schelly, and Bal. 2022. Formative interests and pathways to natural resources careers among historically underrepresented people. Society & Natural Resources. Read More.
- Ela, Chipkar, Bal, Xie, and Ong. 2021. Lignin-Propiconazole nanocapsules are an effective bio-based wood preservative. ACS Sustainable Chemistry & Engineering, https://dx.doi.org/10.1021/acssuschemeng.0c07742
- Owuor, Giessen, Prior, Cilio, Bal, et al., 2021. Trends in forest-related employment and tertiary education: Insights from selected key countries around the globe. European Forest Institute.
- Bal, Schneider, and Richter. 2020. Decay of birdseye sugar maple (Acer saccharum) and curly red maple (Acer rubrum) figured woods. Wood and Fiber Science, 52(3): 292-297 https://doi.org/10.22382/wfs-2020-027
- Bal, T, Sharik T. 2019. Web content analysis of University forestry and related natural resources landing webpages in the United States in relation to student and faculty diversity. Journal of Forestry doi:10.1093/jofore/fvz024. Read More
- Bal, T, Sharik T. 2019. Image content analysis of US natural resources-related professional society websites with respect to gender and racial/ethnic diversity. Journal of Forestry doi:10.1093/jofore.fvs023. Read More
- Bal, T, Raj, J, Richter, D. 2019. Influence of Chaga (Inonotus obliquus) treatment of wood in decay tests. Current Research in Environmental & Applied Mycology 9(1): 85-91. Read More
- Cladas, K, Bal, T, Storer, A. 2018. Is success in detection of Agrilus planipennis related to forest edges? Journal of Applied Entomology 143: 214-224 Read More
- Bal, TL, Storer, AJ, Jurgensen, MF. 2018. Evidence of damage from exotic invasive earthworm activity was highly correlated to sugar maple dieback in the Upper Great Lakes region. Biological Invasions 20 (1): 151-164. Read More
- Bal, TL, Storer, AJ, Jurgensen, MF, Doskey, PV, Amacher, MC, 2015. Nutrient stress predisposes and contributes to sugar maple dieback across its northern range: a review. Forestry 88 (1): 64-83. Read More
- Bal, T.L., 2014. Forest Health Detectives. The American Biology Teacher. 76 (8): 532-537 Read More
- Bal, T.L., Richter, D.L,. Storer, A.J., and Jurgensen, M.F. 2013. The relationship of the Sapstreak Fungus, Ceratocystis virescens, to Sugar Maple Dieback and Decay in North Michigan. American Journal of Plant Science 4(2A): 436-443. Read More
- Evaluation of Sugar Maple Dieback in the Upper Great Lakes Region and Development of a Forest Health Youth Education Program. PhD Dissertation. Michigan Technological University. 2013. Read More
Comparison of high-resolution NAIP and unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) imagery for natural vegetation communities classification using machine learning approaches
A spectral three-dimensional color space model of tree crown health
A theoretical framework for the ecological role of three‐dimensional structural diversity
Image Processing in Dense Forest Areas using Unmanned Aerial System (UAS)
- Heppenheimer,E., K. Brzeski, J. Hinton, M. Chamberlain, J. Robinson, R. Wayne, B. vonHoldt. 2020. A Genome-wide perspective on the persistence of red wolf ancestry in southeastern canids. Journal of Heredity. 111(3), 277-286.
- DeCandia, A. K. Brzeski, E. Heppenheimer, C. Carol, G. Camenisch, P. Wandeler, C. Driscoll, B. vonHoldt. 2019. Urban colonization through multiple genetic lenses: The city-fox phenomenon revisited. Ecology and Evolution. 9(4), 2046-2060.
- Heppenheimer E.*, K. Brzeski*, R. Wooten, W. Waddell, Rutledge, M. Chamberlain, D. Stahler, J. Hinton, B. vonHoldt. 2018. Rediscovery of red wolf ghost alleles in a canid population along the American Gulf Coast. Genes. 9(12):618. *co-lead & corresponding author.
- Heppenheimer,E., K. Brzeski, J. Hinton, B. Patterson, L. Rutledge, A. DeCandia, T. Wheeldon, S. Fain, P. Hohenlohe, R. Kays, B. White, B. vonHoldt. 2018. High genomic diversity and candidate genes under selection associated with range expansion in eastern coyote (Canis latrans) populations. Ecology and Evolution. 8(24):12641-12655.
- vonHoldt, B., K. Brzeski, D. Wilcove, L. Rutledge. 2018. Redefining the impact of admixture and genomics in endangered species conservation. Conservation Letters. 11(2): e12371.
- Brzeski, K., M. DeBiasse, D. Rabon, M. Chamberlain, S. Taylor. 2016.Mitochondrial DNA variation in Eastern pre-Columbian canids. Journal of Heredity, 107:287-293.
- Brzeski, K., B. Bartel, W. Waddell, K. Wolf, D. Rabon, S. Taylor. 2015.Infectious disease and red wolf conservation: assessment of disease occurrence and associated risks. Journal of Mammalogy, 96:751-761.
- Brzeski, K., D. Rabon, M. Chamberlain, L. Waits, S. Taylor. 2014. Inbreeding and inbreeding depression in endangered red wolves (Canis rufus). Molecular Ecology, 23:4241–4255.
Andrew J. Burton
- Crowther, T.W., C.W. Rowe, W.R. Wieder, J.C. Carey, M.B. Machmuller, K.E.O. Todd-Brown, L.B. Snoek, S. Fang, G. Zhou, S.D. Allison, J.M. Blair, S.D. Bridgham, A.J. Burton, et al. 2016. Quantifying global soil C losses in response to warming. Nature 540:104-108. Read More
- Carey, J.C., J. Tang, P.H. Templer, K.D. Kroeger, T.W. Crowther, A.J. Burton, J.S. Dukes, B. Emmett, S. Frey, et al. 2016. Temperature response of soil respiration largely unaltered with experimental warming. Proceedings National Academy of Sciences 113:13797-13802. Read More
- Ebanyenle, E., A.J. Burton, A.J. Storer, D.L. Richter, J.A. Glaeser. 2016. Elevated tropospheric CO2 and O3 may not alter initial wood decomposition rate or wood-decaying fungal community composition of northern hardwoods. International Biodeterioration and Biodegradation 111:74-77. Read More
- Ibanez, I., D. Zak, A.J. Burton, K. Pregtizer. 2016. Chronic nitrogen deposition alters allometric relationships in a dominant tree species: Implications for woody biomass production and ecosystem carbon storage. Ecological Applications 26:913-925. Read More
- Gahagan, A., C.P. Giardina, J.S. King, D. Binkley, K.S. Pregitzer, and A.J. Burton. 2015. Carbon fluxes, storage and harvest removals through 60 years of stand development in red pine plantations and mixed hardwood stands in Northern Michigan, USA. Forest Ecology and Management 337:88-97. Read More
- Frey, S.D., S. Ollinger, K. Nadelhoffer, R. Bowden, E. Brzostek, A. Burton, B.A. Caldwell, S. Crow, C.L. Goodale, A.S. Grandy, A. Finzi, M.G. Kramer, K. Lajtha, J. LeMoine, M. Martin, W.H. McDowell, R. Minocha, J.J. Sadowsky, P.H. Templer, and K. Wickings. 2014. Chronic nitrogen additions suppress decomposition and sequester soil carbon in temperate forests. Biogeochemistry 121:305-316. Read More
- Kaarakka, L., P. Tamminen, A. Saarsalmi, M. Kukkola, H.S. Helmisaari, and A.J. Burton. 2014. Effects of repeated whole-tree harvesting on soil properties and tree growth in a Norway spruce (Picea abies (L.) Karst.) stand. Forest Ecology and Management 313:180-187. Read More
- Talhelm, A.F., K.S. Pregitzer, M.E. Kubiske, D.R. Zak, C.E. Campany, A.J. Burton, R.E. Dickson, G.R. Hendrey, J.G. Isebrands, K.F. Lewin, J. Nagy, and D.F. Karnosky. 2014. Elevated carbon dioxide and ozone alter productivity and carbon storage in northern temperate forests. Global Change Biology 20:2492-2504. Read More
- Jarvi, M.P., and A.J. Burton. 2013. Acclimation and soil moisture constrain sugar maple root respiration in experimentally warmed soil. Tree Physiology 33:949-959. Read More
- Burton, A.J., J.C. Jarvey, M.P, Jarvi, D.R. Zak, and K.S. Pregitzer. 2012. Chronic N deposition alters root respiration-tissue N relationship in northern hardwood forests. Global Change Biology 18:258-266. Read More
Julia I. Burton
Bartlick, C. I. *, Burton, J. I., Webster, C. R., Froese, R. E., & Y. L. Dickinson. 2023. An experimental approach to identify drivers of tree regeneration diversity, composition, and heterogeneity in northern hardwood forests. Forest Ecology and Management, 546, 121320. Link
Webster, C. R., Burton, J. I., & Y. L. Dickinson. 2023. Influence of silvicultural practices in northern hardwood forests on a long-lived perennial herb, Trillium cernuum L. Forest Ecology and Management, 545, 121282. Link
Evans, G. R.*, Burton, J. I., Powell, W. A., & J. E. Drake 2023. Comparative growth and physiological performance of American chestnuts, oaks, hickories, and sugar maple across a silvicultural gradient in overstory retention. Forest Ecology and Management, 536, 120908. Link
Bartlick, C. I. *, Burton, J. I., Webster, C. R., Froese, R. E., Hupperts, S. F., & Y. L. Dickinson. 2023. Artificial tip-up mounds influence tree seedling composition in a managed northern hardwood forest. Canadian Journal of Forest Research. Link
Patton, R.M.*, Kiernan, D.H., Burton, J.I. & J.E. Drake, 2022. Management trade-offs between forest carbon stocks, sequestration rates and structural complexity in the central Adirondacks. Forest Ecology and Management, 525, 120539. Link
Hecking, M.J.*, Zukswert J.M.*, Drake, J.E., Dovciak, M. and J.I. Burton. 2022. Montane temperate-boreal forests retain the leaf economics spectrum despite intraspecific variability. Frontiers in Forests and Global Change, 4. Link
Burton, J.I., D.J. Mladenoff, J.A. Forrester and M.K. Clayton. 2021. Effect of forest gap dynamics on community heterogeneity in the ground-layer depends on deer – evidence from a controlled experiment. Journal of Vegetation Science 32(1) e12969. Link
Pettit, J.M.*, Voelker, S.L., DeRose, R.J. & J.I. Burton. 2020. Spruce beetle outbreak was not driven by drought stress: Evidence from a tree-ring iso-demographic approach indicates temperatures were more important. Global Change Biology, 26, 5829-5843. Link
Burton, J.I., Perakis, S.S., Brooks, J.R. & K.J. Puettmann, K.J. 2020. Trait integration and functional differentiation among co-existing plant species. American Journal of Botany, 107, 628-638. Link
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Pettit, J.M.*, J.I. Burton, R.J. DeRose, J.N. Long and S.L. Voelker. 2019. Epidemic spruce beetle outbreak changes drivers of Engelmann spruce regeneration. Ecosphere 10: e02912. Link.
*Graduate student author
Azeez A, Zhao YC, Singh RK, Yordanov YS, Dash M, Miskolczi P, Stojkovic K, Strauss SH, Bhalerao RP, Busov VB (2021) EARLY BUD-BREAK 1 and EARLY BUD-BREAK 3 control resumption of poplar growth after winter dormancy. Nat Communications 12 (1):1123. doi:10.1038/s41467-021-21449-0
Azeez A, Busov V (2020) CRISPR/Cas9-mediated single and biallelic knockout of poplar STERILE APETALA (PopSAP) leads to complete reproductive sterility. Plant biotechnology journal. doi:10.1111/pbi.13451
Rauschendorfer J, Yordanov Y, Dobrev P, Vankova R, Sykes R, Kulheim C, Busov V (2020) Overexpression of a developing xylem cDNA library in transgenic poplar generates high mutation rate specific to wood formation. Plant biotechnology journal 18 (6):1434-1443
Singh RK, Maurya JP, Azeez A, Miskolczi P, Tylewicz S, Stojkovic K, Delhomme N, Busov V, Bhalerao RP (2018) A genetic network mediating the control of bud break in hybrid aspen. Nature Communications 9:4173
Molly A. Cavaleri
- Kennard D, Matlaga D, Joanne S, Clay K, Alonso-Rodriguez Aura, Reed SC, Cavaleri MA, and Wood TE. In press. Tropical understory herbaceous community responds more strongly to hurricane disturbance than to experimental warming. Ecology and Evolution.
- Reed SC, Reibold R, Cavaleri MA, Alonso-Rodríguez AM, Berberich ME, Wood TE. (2020). Soil biogeochemical responses of a tropical forest to warming and hurricane disturbance. Advances in Ecological Research. https://doi.org/10.1016/bs.aecr.2020.01.007
- Kramer R*, Ishii, HR, Carter KR, Miyazaki Y, Cavaleri MA, Araki M, Azuma W, Inoue Y, and Hara C. (2020). Predicting effects of climate change on productivity and persistence of forest trees. Ecological Reviews. https://doi.org/10.1111/1440-1703.12127
- Benedicte B, Alonso-Rodríguez AM, Aldrich-Wolfe L, Cavaleri MA, Reed SC, Wood TE. (2020). Altered climate leads to positive density-dependent feedbacks in a tropical rainforest. Global Change Biology. https://doi.org/10.1111/gcb.15087
- Kumarathunge DP*, Medlyn BE, Drake JE, Tjoelker MG, Aspinwall MJ, Battaglia M, Cano FJ, Carter KR*, Cavaleri MA, Cernusak LA, Chambers JQ, Crous KY, De Kauwe MG, Dillaway DN, Dreyer E, Ellsworth DS, Ghannoum O, Han Q, Hikosaka K, Jensen AM, Kelly JWG, Kruger EL, Mercado LM, Onoda Y, Reich PB, Rogers A, Slot M, Smith N, Tarvainen L, Tissue DT, Togashi HF, Tribuzy ES, Uddling J, Vårhammar A, Wallin G, Warren JM and Way DA (2019) Acclimation and adaptation components of the temperature dependence of plant photosynthesis at the global scale. New Phytologist, 222: 768-784. https://doi.org/10.1111/nph.15668
- Wood TE, González G, Silver WL, Reed SC, and Cavaleri MA (2019) On the Shoulders of Giants: Continuing the Legacy of Large-Scale Ecosystem Manipulation Experiments in Puerto Rico. Forests, 10: 210. https://doi.org/10.3390/f10030210
- Wood TE, Cavaleri MA, Giardina G, Khan S, Mohan JE, Nottingham A, Reed SC and Slot M. (2019) Soil warming effects on low-latitude forests with highly-weathered soils. In JE Mohan (Ed.), Ecosystem Consequences of Soil Warming: Microbes, Vegetation, Fauna, and Soil Biogeochemistry (pp. 385-439). London, UK: Academic Press, Elsevier. https://doi.org/10.1016/B978-0-12-813493-1.00015-6
Rodney A. Chimner
- Line Rochefort, Maria Strack, Rodney Chimner. Regional Assessment for North America. UNEP Global Peatlands Assessment – The State of the World’s Peatlands: Evidence for action toward the conservation, restoration, and sustainable management of peatlands. Main Report. 2022. Global Peatlands Initiative. United Nations Environment Programme, Nairobi.
- Chimner, R.A.Sidebar 7.2: Cedar Swamp Restoration in Storm, L., and L.S. Kenefic. Northern White-Cedar: The Tree of Life. Michigan State University Press, 2022. https://doi.org/10.14321/j.ctv2m2fv73.
- Chimner, R. S. Resh, J. A. Hribljan, M. Battaglia, L. Bourgeau-Chavez, G. Bowser, E. A. Lilleskov. Mountain Wetland Soil Carbon Stocks of Huascarán National Park, Peru. Submitted to Frontiers in Plant Science.
- Rahay, S. Tata H.L., H.S. Nuroniah, D.A. Ahsania, H. Anggunira, S.N. Hidayati, M. Pratama, Istomo, A. Chimner, M. van Noordwijk, R. Kolka. Tree species distribution in naturally regenerated peatland canal blocking sites of the Sebangau River, Sebangau National Park, Central Kalimantan. In revision at Mires and Peat.
- Uhelshiki D. *, E. Kane, R.A. Chimner, K. Heckman, J. Miesel, L. Xie. 2022. Infrared Spectroscopy Estimates Pyrogenic Carbon Content of Peat Soils. Mires and Peat. 28, Article 30, 22 pp
- Stuart, J.E.M, C.L. Tucker, E.A. Lilleskov, R. K. Kolka, A. Chimner, K. A. Heckman, and E. S. Kane. 2022. Evidence for older carbon loss and changing decomposition regimes with low water tables in peatlands. Global Change Biology.
David J. Flaspohler
- Haskell, D. D.J. Flaspohler, C. Webster, and M. Meyer. 2010 (accepted, in press). Variation in soil temperature, moisture, and plant growth with the addition of down woody material on lakeshore restoration sites. Restoration Ecology.
- Webster, C.R., D.J. Flaspohler, R.D. Jackson, T. Meehan, C. Gratton. 2010 (accepted, in press). Diversity, productivity and landscape-level effects of grasslands managed for biomass production. Biofuels.
- Ford, M. and D. Flaspohler. 2010 (accepted, in press). Scale-dependent response by breeding songbirds to residential development along Lake Superior. Wilson Bulletin of Ornithology.
- Flaspohler, D., C. Giardina, G. Asner, P. Hart, J. Price, C. Ka’apu, and X. Castaneda. 2010. Long-term effects of fragmentation and fragment properties on bird species richness in Hawaiian forests. Biological Conservation 143:280-288.
- Fargione, J.E., T.R. Cooper, D.J. Flaspohler, J. Hill, C.L. Lehman, T. McCoy, S. McLeod, E. J. Nelson, K. S. Oberhauser, and D. Tilman. 2009. Bioenergy and wildlife: Threats and opportunities for grassland conservation. BioScience 59(9):767-778.
- Holmes, S., C. Webster, D. Flaspohler and R. Froese. 2009. Death and Taxus: the cost of high palatability in an era of population decline. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 39:1366-1374.
- Corace, R.G., III, D.J. Flaspohler, L.M. Shartell. 2009. Geographic patterns in openland cover and hayfield mowing in the Upper Great Lakes region: implications for grassland bird conservation. Landscape Ecology 24:309-324.
- Halvorsen, K.E., C. Schelly, R. Handler, E.C. Pischke, and J.L. Knowlton (eds). 2019. A Research Agenda for Environmental Management. Edward Elgar Publishing: Cheltenham, UK.
- Halvorsen, K.E., Jessie L. Knowlton, Robert M. Handler, Chelsea Schelly and Erin C. Pischke. ‘Integrating across sectors and disciplines: transdisciplinary teamwork challenges and strategies.’ 2019. In K.E. Halvorsen, C. Schelly, R. Handler, E.C. Pischke, and J.L. Knowlton (eds). A Research Agenda for Environmental Management. Edward Elgar Publishing: Cheltenham, UK.
- Dunn, J.L, Jessie L. Knowlton, Robert M. Handler, Erin C. Pischke, K. E. Halvorsen, M. Azahara Mesa-Jurado, Theresa L. Selfa, David J. Flaspohler, Julian Licata, Ena E. Mata-Zayas, Rodrigo Medeiros, Cassandra Moseley, Erik A. Nielsen, Valentin D Picasso Risso, Julio C. Sacramento-Rivero, Tatiana de Souza, Cesar J. Vazquez Navarrete and Nathan Basiliko. 2019. ‘Lessons from the transdisciplinary, international BIOPIRE project.’ In K.E. Halvorsen, C. Schelly, R. Handler, E.C. Pischke, and J.L. Knowlton (eds). A Research Agenda for Environmental Management. Edward Elgar Publishing: Cheltenham, UK.
- Pischke, E.C., M. A. Mesa-Jurado, A. Eastmond, J. Abrams, K. E. Halvorsen. Community Perceptions of Climate Change and Adaptation Strategies in Tabasco, Mexico. 2018. Journal of Environmental Studies and Sciences 8(4)441-451. DOI: 10.1007/s13412-018-0493-6.
- Kozich, A.T., K.E. Halvorsen, and A.S. Mayer. 2018. Perspectives on Water Resources among Anishinaabe and Non-Native Residents of the Great Lakes Region. Journal of Contemporary Water Research and Education 163(April)94-108.
- Auer, M.T., Auer, N.A., Barkdoll, B.B., Bornhorst, T.J., Brooks, C., Dempsey, D., Doskey, P.V., Green, S.A., Hyslop, M.D., Kerfoot, W.K., Mayer, A.S., Perlinger, J.A., Shuchman, R., Urban, N.R. and Watkins, Jr., D.W. 2012. The Great Lakes: Foundations of Physics, Hydrology, Water Chemistry, and Biodiversity. In, J. Schnoor (ed.), Water Quality and Sustainability, Elsevier Publishers, London.
- Auer, M.T., Auer, N.A., Barkdoll, B.B., Bornhorst, T.J., Brooks, C., Dempsey, D., Doskey, P.V., Green, S.A., Hyslop, M.D., Kerfoot, W.K., Mayer, A.S., Perlinger, J.A., Shuchman, R., Urban, N.R. and Watkins, Jr., D.W. 2012. The Great Lakes: Nutrients, Sediments, Persistent Pollutants, and Policy Perspectives for a Sustainable Future. In, J. Schnoor (ed.), Water Quality and Sustainability, Elsevier Publishers, London.
- Hyslop, M.D., A.J. Storer, S. Brodeur-Campbell and J. Metzger. 2009. Michigan Ash Monitoring Plot System Upper Peninsula Plot Atlas. School of Forest Resources and Environmental Science, Michigan Technological University, Houghton, MI.
- Storer, A.J., M.D. Hyslop, N.D. Windmuller, J.C. Witter, J. Stoyenoff. 2009. Southeastern Michigan Recreation Site Ash Survey Maps. School of Forest Resources and Environmental Science, Michigan Technological University, Houghton, MI.
- Hyslop, M.D., A.J. Storer and J. Oisten. 2009. Upper Peninsula Recreation Site Ash Survey Maps. School of Forest Resources and Environmental Science, Michigan Technological University, Houghton, MI.
- Storer A.J., M.F. Jurgensen, A.C. Risch, J. Delisle and M.D. Hyslop. 2008. The fate of an intentional introduction of Formica lugubris to North America from Europe. Journal of Applied Entomology 2008 132:4 276.
- Risch, A.C., M.F. Jurgensen, A.J. Storer, M.D. Hyslop and M. Schutz. 2008. Abundance and distribution of organic mound-building ants of the Formica rufa-group in Yellowstone National Park. Journal of Applied Entomology 2008 132:4 326.
- Froese, R.E., M.D. Hyslop, C.A. Miller, B. Garmon, H. McDiarmid, Jr., A. Shaw, L. Leefers, M. Lorenzo, S. Brown and M. Shy. 2007. Large-tract Forestland Ownership Change: Land Use, Conservation, and Prosperity in Michigan's Upper Peninsula. National Wildlife Federation, Ann Arbor, MI.
Chandrashekhar P. Joshi
- Nookaraju, A., Pandey, S. K., Ahlawat, Y. K., & Joshi, C. P. (2022). Understanding the Modus Operandi of Class II KNOX Transcription Factors in Secondary Cell Wall Biosynthesis. Plants, 11(4), 493.
- Ahlawat YK, Nookaraju A, Harman-Ware AE, Doeppke C, Biswal AK and Joshi CP (2021) Genetic Modification of KNAT7 Transcription Factor Expression Enhances Saccharification and Reduces Recalcitrance of Woody Biomass in Poplars. Front. Plant Sci. 12:762067. doi: 10.3389/fpls.2021.762067
- AHLAWAT, Y.; Joshi, C.P. Overexpression of Arabidopsis Laccase2, Laccase4 and Peroxidase52 in hybrid poplar under developing xylem specific DX15 promoter improves saccharification efficiency in a woody biofuel feedstock, in Proceedings of the 1st International Electronic Conference on Plant Science, 1–15 December 2020.
- AHLAWAT, Y.; Joshi, C.P. Genetic manipulation of KNAT7 transcription factor enhances saccharification by reducing recalcitrance in the bioenergy crop Populus, in Proceedings of the 1st International Electronic Conference on Plant Science, 1–15 December 2020.
- Huang, J., Hao, X., Jin, Y. et al. Temporal transcriptome profiling of developing seeds reveals a concerted gene regulation in relation to oil accumulation in Pongamia (Millettia pinnata). BMC Plant Biol 18, 140 (2018).
- Joshi, C. P. (2018, June). Cell Wall Biotechnology of Bioenergy Plants for Improved Biofuel Production. In IN VITRO CELLULAR & DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY-ANIMAL (Vol. 54, pp. S14-S14). 233 SPRING ST, NEW YORK, NY 10013 USA: SPRINGER.
- Shashank K. Pandey, Nookaraju Akula, Takeshi Fujino, Sivakumar Pattathil, and Chandrashekhar P. Joshi (2016) Virus Induced Gene Silencing (VIGS) Mediated Functional Characterization of Two Genes Involved in Lignocellulosic Secondary Cell Wall Formation. Plant Cell Reports, 35:2353-2367.
- Puranik Swati, Kavitha S. Kumar, Oliver Gailing and Chandrashekhar P. Joshi (2014) Modifying plant cell walls for bioenergy production. CAB Reviews 9, 017, pp 1-10.
- Nookaraju Akula, Shashank K. Pandey, Takeshi Fujino, Ju Young Kim, Mi Chung Suh, and Chandrashekhar P. Joshi (2014) Enhanced Accumulation of Fatty Acids and Triacylglycerols in Transgenic Tobacco Stems for Enhanced Bioenergy Production. Plant Cell Reports 33 (7) 1041-1052.
- Sera Jung, Dae-Seok Lee, Yeon-Ok Kim, Chandrashekhar P. Joshi, and Hyeun-Jong Bae (2013) Improved recombinant cellulase expression in chloroplast of tobacco through promoter engineering and 5′ amplification promoting sequence. Plant Molecular Biology 83: 317–328. Published online in June 2013. DOI 10.1007/s11103-013-0088-2.
- Nookaraju A, Pandey SP, Bae HJ and Joshi CP (2013) Designing cell walls for better bioenergy production. Molecular Plant 6 (1):8-10. doi: 10.1093/mp/sss111 First published online: October 5, 2012.
- Liu Y, Xu F, Gou J, Al-Haddad J, Telewski FW, Bae HJ and C. P. Joshi (2012) Importance of Two Consecutive Methionines at the N-terminus of a Cellulose Synthase (PtdCesA8) for Normal Wood Cellulose Synthesis in Transgenic Aspen. Tree Physiology 32(11): 1403-1412 first published online October 17, 2012
- Chandrashekhar P. Joshi, Shivegowda Thammannagowda, Takeshi Fujino, Jiqing Gou, Utku Avci, Candace H. Haigler, Lisa M. McDonnell, Shawn D. Mansfield, Bemnet Menghesa, Nicholas C. Carpita, Darby Harris, Seth DeBolt and Gary F. Peter (2011) Perturbation of wood cellulose synthesis causes pleiotropic effects in transgenic aspen. Molecular Plant 4(2) 331-345.
- Zhu X, Pattahil S, Mazumdar K, Brehm A, Hahn MG. Dinesh-Kumar SP and C. P. Joshi (2010) Virus-induced gene silencing offers a functional genomics platform for studying plant cell wall formation. Molecular Plant 3 (5): 818-833.
- Fuyu Xu and Chandrashekhar P. Joshi (2010) Overexpression of Aspen Sucrose Synthase Gene Promotes Growth and Development of Transgenic Arabidopsis Plants. Advances in Biosciences and Biotechnology 1: 426-438.
- Manoj Kumar, Shivegowda Thammannagowda, Vincent Bulone, Vincent Chiang, Kyung-Hwan Han, Chandrashekhar P. Joshi, Shawn D. Mansfield, Ewa Mellerowicz, Björn Sundberg, Tuula Teeri, and Brian E. Ellis. An update on the nomenclature for the cellulose synthases genes from Populus. Trends in Plant Science 14(5):248-254, 2009.
- Shanfa Lu, Laigeng Li, Xiaoping Yi, Chandrashekhar P. Joshi, and Vincent L. Chiang: Differential expression of three eucalyptus secondary cell wall- related cellulose synthase genes in response to tension stress. Journal of Experimental Botany 59: 681-695, 2008.
- (Invited presentation) C.P. Joshi: Genetic engineering of poplars for biofuel production via altered synthesis of cellulose. Presented at Tree Biotechnology meeting at Whistler, BC, Canada during June 28-July 2, 2009.
- C. P. Joshi, Brunner A, Busov V, Meilan R, Thammanagowda S, Tsai C.: Poplars. In: Compendium of transgenic crop plants: Transgenic forest tree species. C. Kole and T. Hall (Eds). Wiley-Blackwell Publishing, Oxford, UK. PP 1-34. 2008.
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Martin F. Jurgensen
Jurgensen, M.F., Miller, C.A., Trettin, C.T., Page-Dumroese, D.S. 2019. Bedding of wetland soil: Effects of bed height and termite activity on wood decomposition. Soil Science Society America Journal doi:10.2136/sssaj2018.12.0492
- Wang, W., Page-Dumroese, D., Jurgensen,, M.F., Miller, C., Walitalo, J., Chen, X., Liu, Y. 2019. Thinning effects on tree growth and decomposition of standard wood substrates in a pine plantation. Forest Ecology and Management 449:117451 OI:0.1016/j.foreco.2019.117451
- Page-Dumroese, D.S., Jurgensen, M.F., Miller, C.A., Pickens, J., Tirocke, J.M. 2019. Wildfire alters belowground and surface wood decomposition on two national forests in Montana, USA. International Journal of Wildland Fire 28: 456–469. doi.org/10.1071/WF18218
- Wang, W., Page-Dumroese, D., Jurgensen, M., Tirocke, J., and Y. Liu. 2018. Effects of forest thinning and wood quality on the short-term wood decomposition rate in a Pinus tabuliformis plantation. Journal of Plant Research: doi.org/10.1007/s10265-018-1069-y
- Powers, M., Kolka, R., Bradford, J., Palik, B., Jurgensen, M. 2018. Forest floor and mineral soil respiration rates in a northern Minnesota red pine chronosequence. Forests: 9(1), 16.
- Blanco, J.A., Page-Dumroese, D.S., Jurgensen, M.F., Curran, M., Tirocke, J., Walitalo, J. 2018. Modelling the management of forest ecosystems: importance of wood decomposition. Natural Resource Modeling: DOI: 10.1111/nrm.12173.
- Bal, T.L., Storer, A.J., Jurgensen, M.F. 2018. Evidence of damage from exotic invasive earthworm activity was highly correlated to sugar maple dieback in the Upper Great Lakes region. Biological Invasions 20:151–164.
- Mosier, S.L., Kane, E.S., Richter, D.L., Lilleskov, E.A., Jurgensen, M.F., Burton, A.J., and S.C. Resh. 2017. Interactive effects of climate change and fungal communities on wood-derived carbon in forest soils. Soil Biol. Biochem. 115: 297- 309.
- Jurgensen, M.F., Page-Dumroese, D.S., Brown, R.E., Tirocke, J.M., Miller, C.A., Pickens, J.B., Wang, M. 2017. Estimating carbon and nitrogen pools in a forest soil: influence of soil bulk density methods and rock content. Soil Science Society America Journal 81:1689 - 1696.
- Acet, M., Jurgensen, M.F., Kane, E., Gailing, O. 2017. Genet diversity, genetic structure, and trait expression of trembling aspen (Populus tremuloides Michx.) after clear-cut harvesting and post-harvest soil treatments. Botany 95: 785 – 798.
- Fissore, C., Jurgensen, M.F., Pickens, J, Miller, C,, Page-Dumroese, D., Giardina, C.P. 2016. Role of soil texture, clay mineralogy, location, and temperature in coarse wood decomposition—a mesocosm experiment. Ecosphere 7(11):e01605. 10.1002/ecs2.1605
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Evan S. Kane
(* asterisk denotes student mentee)
Rober AR, Lankford AJ, Kane ES, Turetsky MR, Wyatt KH. 2023. Structuring Life After Death: Plant Leachates Promote CO2 Uptake by Regulating Microbial Biofilm Interactions in a Northern Peatland Ecosystem. Ecosystems, https://doi.org/10.1007/s10021-023-00820-w.
Watmough S, and 62 other authors including Kane ES. 2022. Variation in carbon and nitrogen concentrations among peatland categories at the global scale, PLoS ONE, 17(11):e0275149. DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0275149.
Stuart JEM, Tucker CL, Lilleskov EA, Kolka RK, Chimner RA, Heckman KA, Kane ES. 2022. Evidence for older carbon loss with lowered water tables and changing plant functional groups in peatlands. Global Change Biology, https://doi.org/10.1111/gcb.16508.
*O’Neill A, Tucker C, Kane ES. 2022. Fresh Air for the Mire-Breathing Hypothesis: Sphagnum Moss and Peat Structure Regulate the Response of CO2 Exchange to Altered Hydrology in a Northern Peatland Ecosystem. Water, 14(20) 3239, https://doi.org/10.3390/w14203239.
*Uhelski DM, Kane ES, Chimner RA, Heckman KA, Miesel J, Xie L. 2022. Pyrogenic carbon content of Sphagnum peat soils estimated using diffuse reflectance FTIR spectrometry. Mires and Peat, 28(30), http://mires-and-peat.net/pages/volumes/map28/map2830.php.
*Richard RP, Kane ES, Bronson D, Kolka R. 2022. Whole-tree harvest effects on macronutrients in an oak-dominated system after seven years. Forests, 13, 1532, https://doi.org/10.3390/f13101532.
Kwon MJ, Ballantyne A, Ciais P, Qiu C, Salmon E, Raoult N, Guenet B, Göckede M, Euskirchen ES, Nykänen H, Schuur EAG, Turetsky MR, Dieleman CM, Kane ES, Zona D. 2022. Lowering water table reduces carbon sink strength and carbon stocks in northern peatlands. Global Change Biology, https://doi.org/10.1111/gcb.16394.
Tucker C, *O’Neill A, *Meingast K, Bourgeau-Chavez L, Lilleskov E, Kane ES. 2022. Spectral Indices of Vegetation Condition and Soil Water Content Reflect Controls on CH4 and CO2 Exchange in Sphagnum-Dominated Northern Peatlands. Journal of Geophysical Research- Biogeosciences, DOI10.1029/2021JG006486.
*Uhelski DM, Kane ES, Chimner R. 2022. Plant functional types drive Peat Quality differences. Wetlands, 42(5), 51.
Verbeke BA, Lamit LJ, Lilleskov EA, Hodgkins SB, Basiliko N, Kane ES, et al. 2022. Latitude, elevation, and mean annual temperature predict peat organic matter chemistry at a global scale. Global Biogeochemical Cycles, 36, e2021GB007057. https://doi.org/10.1029/2021GB007057.
- Rauschendorfer J, Rooney R, Külheim C (2022) Strategies to mitigate shifts in red oak (Quercus sect. Lobatae) distribution under a climate change. Tree Physiology (in print)
- Rauschendorfer J, Lindback E, Rooney R, Frantti S, Peck V, Cavaleri M, Külheim C (2022) Seed source climatic variables determine Quercus rubra provenance growth and environmental responses. In review: Northern Hardwood Conference (in print)
- Ghirado A, Blande J, Ruehr NK, Balestrini RM, Külheim C (2022) Adaptation of Trees to Climate Change: Mechanisms Behind Physiological and Ecological Resilience and Vulnerability Frontiers in Forests and Global Change 4: 831701
- Mhoswa L, Slipper B, Myburg AA, Külheim C, Naidoo S (2022) Genome-wide association study identifies SNP markers and putative candidate genes for terpene profiles in Eucalyptus grandis. Resubmission in preparation after major revision requested by G3: Genes Genome Genetics 12: jkac004
- Hsieh S, Krause S, Kainer D, Degenhardt J, Foley WJ, Külheim C (2021) Terpene profiling and functional characterization of terpene synthases responsive to myrtle rust in Melaleuca quinquenervia. Plant Environment Interactions 2: 177-193
- Li T, Kainer D*, Foley WJ, Rodrigo AG, Külheim C (2021) The draft genome sequence of Eucalyptus polybractea based on hybrid assembly with Oxford Nanopore and Illumina reads. bioRxiv: https://doi.org/10.1101/2021.05.18.444652
- Orr AJ, Padovan A, Kainer D, Külheim C, Bromham L, Bustos-Segura C, Foley WJ, Haff T, Hsieh J-F, Morales-Suarez A, Cartwright RA, Lanfear R (2020) A phylogenomic approach reveals a low somatic mutation rate in a long-lived plant. Proceeding of the Royal Society B 287: 20192364
- Rauschendorfer J, Yordanov Y, Dobrev P, Vankova R, Sykes R, Külheim C, Busov V (2020) Overexpression of a developing xylem cDNA library in transgenic poplar generates high mutation rate specific to wood formation. Plant Biotechnology Journal 18: 1434-1443 https://doi.org/10.1111/pbi.13309
- Marsh KJ, Wallis IR, Külheim C, Clark R, Nicolle D, Foley WJ, Salminen J-P (2020) New approaches to tannin analysis of leaves explain biological activity associated with herbivore defence. New Phytologist 225: 488-498 https://doi.org/10.1111/nph.16117
- Naidoo S, Oates C, Mhoswa L, O’ Neil M, Acosta J, Christie N, Mphahlele M, Payn K, Myburg A, Slippers B, Külheim C (2020) Factors underpinning resistance against the galling pest, Leptocybe invasa in Eucalyptus grandis. Proceedings of the Sixth International Workshop on the Genetics of Host-Parasite Interactions in Forestry
- Choi B, Crisp MD, Cook LG, Edwards BD, Toon A, Külheim C (2019) Identifying genetic markers for a range of phylogenetic utility – from species to family level. PLoS One 14: e0218995
- Kainer D, Padovan A, Degenhardt J, Krause S, Mondal P, Foley WJ, Külheim C (2019) High marker density GWAS provides novel insights into the genomic architecture of terpene oil yield in Eucalyptus. New Phytologist 223: 1489-1504
- Thornhill AH, Crisp MD, Külheim C, Lam KE, Nelson LA, Yeates DK, Miller JT (2019) A dated molecular perspective of eucalypt taxonomy, evolution, and diversification. Australian Systematic Botany 32: 29-48
- Kanagendran A, Pazouki L, Bichele R, Külheim C, Niinemets Ü (2018) Temporal regulation of terpene synthase gene expression in Eucalyptus globulus leaves upon ozone and wounding stresses: relationships with stomatal ozone uptake and emission responses. Environmental and Experimental Botany 155: 552-565
- Kainer D, Stone E, Padovan A, Foley WJ, Külheim C (2018) High accuracy genomic prediction for foliar terpene traits in Eucalyptus polybractea. G3 – Genes, Genomes, Genetics 8: 2573-2583 doi.org/10.1534/g3.118.200443
- Langston, N. 2021. Climate Ghosts: Restoring Migratory Species in the Anthropocene. Brandeis University Press.
- Langston, N. and K. Brosemer. 2022 (27: 2). Loons and the risk of extinction in a warming world." Environmental History 340-348.
- SV Nguyen, N Langston, A Wellstead, M Howlett. 2020. Mining the evidence: Public comments and evidence-based policymaking in the controversial Minnesota PolyMet mining project, Resources Policy 69, 101842
- Langston, N. 2019. “Environment and sustainability in mining.” Chapter for Environment and Sustainability in a Globalizing World, Ed. A. Nightingale and T Bohler, Routledge.
- Baeten, J. P., Langston, N., Lafreniere, D. J. 2018. “A Spatial Evaluation of Historic Iron Mining Impacts on Current Impaired Waters in Lake Superior's Mesabi Range.” Ambio 47 (2): 231-244.
- Langston, N. and K. Christen. 2019. Conservation policies threaten Indigenous reindeer herders in Mongolia. The Conversation, Oct. 10, 2019.
- Langston, N. 2019. “Closing nuclear plants will increase climate risks.” NICHE: The Otther, Jan. 30, 2019. http://niche-canada.org/2019/01/30/closing-nuclear-plants-will-increase-climate-risks/ Co-published with Activehistory.ca and Historicalclimatology.org
- Langston, N. 2019. “Will woodland caribou survive in the Lake Superior basin?” Agate Magazine Jan. 14, 2019. http://www.agatemag.com/2019/01/will-woodland-caribou-survive-in-the-lake-superior-basin/
- Langston, N. 2018. “Are woodland caribou doomed by climate change?” Historical Climatology July 26, 2018. https://www.historicalclimatology.com/blog/are-woodland-caribou-doomed-by-climate-change
- Langston, N. 2018 “The Syllabus Project: Diversifying the Environmental History Syllabus.” NICHE: The Otter. July 5, 2018. http://niche-canada.org/2018/07/05/the-syllabus-project/
- Langston. N. 2017 Sustaining Lake Superior: An Extraordinary Lake in a Changing World. Yale U. Press. Paperback March 2019.
- Langston, N. 2017 “Iron Mines, Toxicity, and Indigenous Communities in the Lake Superior Basin,” pp. 313-338 in Mining North America, eds. G. Vrtis and J. McNeil, U of CA Press.
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- John Baeten, Nancy Langston, and Don Lafreniere. 2016. “A geospatial approach to uncovering the hidden waste footprint of Lake Superior’s Mesabi Iron Range.” The Extractive Industries and Society 3(4): 1031-1045.
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- Mårald, E., N. Langston, A. Stens, and J. Moen. 2015. “Changing ideas in forestry: a comparison of concepts in Swedish and American forestry journals during the early 20th and 21st centuries.” Ambio. Read More
- Steen-Adams, M. M., Langston, N., Adams, M. D., & Mladenoff, D. J. 2015. “Historical framework to explain long-term coupled human and natural system feedbacks: application to a multiple-ownership forest landscape in the northern Great Lakes region, USA.” Ecology and Society, 20(1). Read More
- Nancy Langston. 2013. Mining the Boreal North. American Scientist. April
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- Langston, N. 2015. “Thinking Like A Microbe: Borders and Environmental History.” Canadian Historical Review. 95(4): 592-603 Read More
- Michelle Steen-Adams, David J. Mladenoff, Nancy E. Langston, Feng Liu, and Jun Zhu. 2011. “Influence of Biophysical Factors and Differences in Ojibwe Reservation Versus Euro-American Social Histories on Forest Landscape Change in Northern Wisconsin, USA.” Landscape Ecology 26 (8) (August 21): 1165-1178. Read More
- Michelle Steen-Adams, N. Langston, and D. J. Mladenoff. 2010. “Logging the Great Lakes Indian Reservations: The Case of the Bad River Band of Ojibwe.” American Indian Culture and Research Journal 34: 41-66. Read More
- Andrew, C. J., Lilleskov, E. A. (2009) Productivity and community structure of ectomycorrhizal fungal sporocarps under increased atmospheric CO2 and O3, Ecology Letters, 12, 813-822, Published.
- Lilleskov, E. A., Bruns, T. D., Dawson, T. E., Camacho, F. J. (2009) Water sources and controls on water-loss rates of epigeous ectomycorrhizal fungal sporocarps during summer drought, New Phytologist, 182, 483-494, Published.
- Lilleskov, E. A., Mattson, W. J, Storer, A. J. (2008) Divergent biogeography of native and introduced soil macroinvertebrates in North America north of Mexico, Diversity and Distributions, 14, 893-904, Published.
- Lilleskov, E. A., Wargo, P. M, Vogt, K. M., Vogt, D. J. (2008) Mycorrhizal fungal community relationship to root nitrogen concentration over a regional atmospheric nitrogen deposition gradient in the northeastern USA, Canadian Journal of Forest Research, 38, 1260-1266, Published.
- Karberg, N. J., Lilleskov, E. A. (2008) White-tailed deer (Odocoileus virginianus) fecal pellet decomposition is accelerated by the invasive earthworm Lumbricus terrestris, Biological Invasions, 11, 761-767, Published.
- van Diepen, L.T.A, Lilleskov, E. A., Pregitzer, K. S., Miller, R. M. (2007) Decline of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi in northern hardwood forests exposed to chronic nitrogen additions, New Phytologist, 176, 175-183, Published.
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Shannon*, J. P., R. Kolka, M. Van Grinsven, and F. Liu (2022). Joint Impacts of Future Climate Conditions and Invasive Species on Black Ash Forested Wetlands. Frontiers in Forests and Global Change, 5:957526. doi: 10.3389/ffgc.2022.957526.
Porter*, V. M., J. B. Shanley, S. D. Sebestyen, and F. Liu† (2022). Controls on decadal, annual, and seasonal solute concentration-discharge relationships in the Sleepers River Research Watershed, Vermont, northeastern United States. Hydrological Processes, 36(3), e14559. https://doi.org/10.1002/hyp.14559.
Hofmeister**, K., R. Lerch, C. Baffaut, J. Yang, and F. Liu (2022). Characterizing Groundwater Chemistry and Recharge in the Critical Zone of an Agricultural Claypan Watershed. Water Resources Research, 58(10), e2021WR031797. https://doi.org/10.1029/ 2021WR031797.
Liu, F., R. N. Lerch, J. Yang, and G. Peters* (2020). Determining Streamflow Pathways Using Geochemical Tracers in a Claypan Watershed. Hydrological Processes, 34 (11): 2494-2509. DOI: 10.1002/HYP.13743.
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Liu, F., M. Conklin, and G. Shaw (2017). Insights into concentration-discharge and endmember mixing analyses in the mid Merced River basin. Water Resources Research, 53, doi:10.1002/2016WR019437.
Shaw, G., M. H. Conklin, G. Nimz, and F. Liu (2014). Groundwater and surface water flow to the Merced River, Yosemite Valley, California: 36Cl and Cl- evidence. Water Resources Research, 10.1002/2013WR014222.
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Frisbee, M. D., F. M. Phillips, A. R. Campbell, F. Liu, and S. A. Sanchez (2011). Streamflow generation in a large, alpine watershed in the southern Rocky Mountains of Colorado: Is streamflow generation simply the aggregation of hillslope runoff responses? Water Resources Research, 47, W06512, doi: 10.1029/2010WR009391.
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Rolf O. Peterson
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- Resh, SC, A Camp, E Byrne, C Webster. In preparation for winter 2023 submission. Legacy Impact of Invasive Berberis thunbergii Removal Methods on Native Species Community Recovery. Invasive Plant Science and Management.
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Tiwari, S., Schelly, C., Sidortsov, R. (2023). Legacies matter: Exploring social acceptance of pumped storage hydro in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula. Case Studies in the Environment. 7 (1): 2004414. https://doi.org/10.1525/cse.2023.2004414
Ahamed, S., Schelly, C., Floress, K., Lytle, W., Caggiano, H., Cuite, C., Wallace, C., Cook, R., Jarvis, R., Shwom, R., Watkins, D. (2023) Being Able to Work Has Kept Our Life Fairly Constant:” Reconciling Social Practice Models to Assess the Impact of (Infra)Structural Inequities on Household Wellbeing During the COVID-19 Pandemic. Environmental Research: Infrastructure and Sustainability 3(1): 015012
Lee, D., Schelly, C., Tiwari, S., Smith, S., Gagnon, V. (2023) Preferences and Perceived Barriers to Pursuing Energy Sovereignty and Renewable Energy: A Tribal Nations Perspective. Energy Research & Social Science 97 https://doi.org/10.1016/j.erss.2023.102967
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Pascaris, A., Schelly, C., Pearce, J. (2022). Advancing Agrivoltaics within the U.S. Legal Framework: A Multidimensional Assessment of Barriers & Opportunities. Agrivoltaics 2021 AIP Conference Proceedings. 2635, 050002 https://doi.org/10.1063/5.0103386
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James M. Schmierer
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