This bibliography lists scientific papers based (at least in part) on research conducted at the University of Wisconsin–Madison Arboretum or using data from Journey North, a citizen science program housed at the Arboretum since 2018. The locations of some earlier studies are given in brackets. Additional contributions include theses and dissertations (to be added). The bibliography is organized alphabetically within each date range of publication.
Drake, D., S. Dubay, M. L. Allen. 2021. Evaluating human–coyote encounters in an urban landscape using citizen science. Journal of Urban Ecology 7(1). doi: 10.1093/jue/juaa032.
Mandli, J. T. 2021. New frontiers in integrated tick management: Harnessing environmental and molecular technologies to reduce the threat of tick-borne disease. Dissertation. University of Wisconsin–Madison, Madison, Wisconsin, USA.
Mandli, J. T., X. Lee, G. M. Bron, and S. M. Paskewitz. 2021. Integrated tick management in South Central Wisconsin: Impact of invasive vegetation removal and host-targeted acaricides on the density of questing Ixodes scapularis (Acari: Ixodidae) nymphs. Journal of Medical Entomology. 58(6): 2358-2367.
Meunier, J., N.S. Holoubek, Y. Johnson, T. Kuhman, and B. Strobel. 2021. Effects of fire seasonality and intensity on resprouting woody plants in prairie-forest communities. Restoration Ecology 29(8). doi: 10.1111/rec.13451.
Nunez-Mir, G. C., J. A. Walter, D. M. Johnson. 2021. Assessing risk of Lymantria dispar L. invasion management to monarch butterflies (Danaus plexippus). Conservation Science and Practice e359. doi: 10.1111/csp2.359.
O’Keefe, K. and K. A. McCulloh. 2021. Do invasive jumping worms impact sugar maple (Acer saccharum) water-use dynamics in a Central Hardwoods forest? Biological Invasions 23: 129–141.
Thompson, K. L., B. Zuckerberg, W. P. Porter, J. N. Pauli. 2021. The decline of a hidden and expansive microhabitat: the subnivium. Frontier in Ecology and the Environment doi:10.1002/fee.2337.
Ziter, C. D., B. M. Herrick, M. R. Johnston, M. G. Turner. 2021. Ready, Set, Go: Community Science Field Campaign Reveals Habitat Preferences of Nonnative Asian Earthworms in an Urban Landscape. BioScience 71(3): 280-291.
Bartowitz, K.J., and J.L. Orrock. 2016. Invasive exotic shrub (Rhamnus cathartica) alters the timing and magnitude of post-dispersal seed predation of native and exotic species. Journal of Vegetation Science 27(4): 789–799. doi: 10.1111/jvs.12397
Beck, J. J. 2020. Factors shaping the distribution, abundance, and diversity of temperate forest plants. Dissertation. University of Wisconsin–Madison, Madison, Wisconsin, USA.
Bethke, P. G. and M. G. Midgley. 2020. Amynthas spp. impacts on seedlings and forest soils are tree species-dependent. Biological Invasions 22: 3145-3162.
Buschert, E. 2018. Phosphorus and stormwater in a pond-prairie system. Thesis. University of Wisconsin–Madison, Madison, Wisconsin, USA.
Chang, C. H., M. Johnston, J. Görres, A. Dávalos, D. McHugh, K. Szlavecz. 2018. Co-invasion of three Asian earthworms, Metaphire hilgendorfi, Amynthas agrestis and Amynthas tokioensis in the USA. Biological Invasions 20: 843–848.
Demeny, K., M. McLoon, B. Winesett, J. Fastner, E. Hammerer, J. N. Pauli. 2019. Food subsidies of raccoons (Procyon lotor) in anthropogenic landscapes. Canadian Journal of Zoology 97(7): 654-657.
Guiden, P. W. 2019. Seasonal dynamics in the Anthropocene: Novel autumn and winter predation refugia modify plant-consumer interactions in temperate forests. Dissertation. University of Wisconsin–Madison, Madison, Wisconsin, USA.
Guiden, P. W. and J. L. Orrock. 2017. Invasive exotic shrub modifies a classic animal-habitat relationship and alters patterns of vertebrate seed predation. Ecology 98(2): 321–327.
Guiden, P. W. and J. L. Orrock. 2019. Invasive shrubs modify rodent activity timing, revealing a consistent behavioral rule governing diel activity. Behavioral Ecology 30(4): 1069-1075.
Guiden, P. W. and J. L. Orrock. 2020. Seasonal shifts in activity timing reduce heat loss of small mammals during winter. Animal Behaviour 164: 181-192.
Hesler, L. S. and J. Nixon. 2018. Novel prey record for Scymnus caudalis LeConte and first records of four other species of Coccinellidae (Coleoptera) in Wisconsin, U.S.A. The Great Lakes Entomologist 51(1): 30-33.
Johnston, M.R. and B.M. Herrick. 2019. Cocoon heat tolerance of pheretimoid earthworms Amynthas tokioensis and Amynthas agrstis. The American Midland Naturalist 181(2):299–309.
Ladwig, L. M., J. L. Chandler, P. W. Guiden, J. J. Henn. 2019. Extreme winter warm event causes exceptionally early bud break for many woody species. Ecosphere 10(1): e02542. doi:10.1002/ecs2.2542.
Laushman, K. M., S. C. Hotchkiss, and B. M. Herrick. 2018. Tracking an invasion: community changes in hardwood forests following the arrival of Amynthas agrestis and Amynthas tokioensis in Wisconsin. Biological invasions 20(7): 1671–1685.
Laushman, K. M. 2017. Investigating a novel invasion: jumping worms in Wisconsin. Thesis. University of Wisconsin–Madison, Madison, Wisconsin, USA.
Lewandowski, E.J. and K. Oberhauser. 2020. Reporting Citizen Science Findings. Pages 161-172 in C.A. Lepczyk, O.D. Boyle, and T.L.V. Vargo, editors. Handbook of citizen science in conservation and ecology. University of California Press, Oakland, CA, USA.
Meyer, J. J. 2019. Community dynamics and occupancy for bat species within the Great Lakes Region following white-nose syndrome exposure. Thesis. University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point, Stevens Point, WI, USA.
Mueller, M. A., D. Drake, M. L. Allen. 2018. Coexistence of coyotes (Canis latrans) and red foxes (Vulpes vulpes) in an urban landscape. PLoS ONE 13(1): e0190971. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0190971.
Mueller, M. A., D. Drake, M. L. Allen. 2019. Using citizen science to inform urban canid management. Landscape and Urban Planning 189: 362-371.
Plotke, K. M. 2018. Somatic embryogenesis of Magnolia spp. and cultivars. Thesis. North Dakota State University, Fargo, ND, U.S.A.
Pluemer, M., S. Dubay, D. Drake, S. Crimmins, T. Veverka, H. Hovanec, M. Torkelson, M. Mueller. 2019. Red foxes (Vulpes vulpes) and coyotes (Canis latrans) in an urban landscape: prevalence and risk factors for disease. Journal of Urban Ecology 5(1): 1-9. doi: 10.1093/jue/juz022.
Price-Christenson, G. J., M. R. Johnston, B. M. Herrick, A. C. Yannarell. 2020. Influence of invasive earthworms (Amynthas spp.) on Wisconsin forest soil microbial communities and soil chemistry. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 149: 107955.
Qiu, J., and M.G. Turner. 2017. Effects of non-native Asian earthworm invasion on temperate forest and prairie soils in the midwestern US. Biological Invasions 19: 73–88.
Strauss, A.L., K. Oberhauser, N.J., Meyer, and P.L. Nippolt. 2020. Driven to discover: A case study of citizen science as a springboard to science learning. Pages 223-236 in C.A. Lepczyk, O.D. Boyle, and T.L.V. Vargo, editors. Handbook of citizen science in conservation and ecology. University of California Press, Oakland, CA, USA.
Thompson, K. L., B. Zuckerberg, W. P. Porter, J. N. Pauli. 2018. The phenology of the subnivium. Environmental Research Letters 13: 064037.
Toczydlowski. R. H. 2017. An efficient workflow for collecting, entering, and proofing field data: Harnessing voice recording and dictation software. Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America 98(4): 291-297.
Toczydlowski, R. H. 2019. Genetic and phenotypic differentiation in Impatiens capensis Meerb. in riverine networks: Identifying patterns and potential drivers of gene flow, local adaptation, and inbreeding. Dissertation. University of Wisconsin–Madison, Madison, Wisconsin, USA.
Zipper. S. C., J. Schatz, C. J. Kucharik, S. P. Loheide II. 2017. Urban heat island‐induced increases in evapotranspirative demand. Geophysical Research Letters 44: 873–881. doi:10.1002/2016GL072190.
Ziter, C. 2018. Ecosystem service supply in an urban landscape: roles of landscape structure, historical land-use, and biodiversity. Dissertation. University of Wisconsin–Madison, Madison, Wisconsin, USA.
Ziter, C. and M. G. Turner. 2019. No evidence of co-facilitation between a non-native Asian earthworm (Amynthas tokioensis) and invasive common buckthorn (Rhamnus cathartica) in experimental mesocosms. Biological Invasions 21: 111–122.
Zuckerberg, B. and J. N. Pauli. 2018. Conserving and managing the subnivium. Conservation Biology 32(4): 774-781.
Amatangelo, K. L., S. E. Johnson, Rogers, D. A., and D. M. Waller. 2014. Trait–environment relationships remain strong despite 50 years of trait compositional change in temperate forests.Ecology 95(7):1780–1791.
Blank, P. J., D. W. Sample, C. L. Williams, and M. G. Tuner. 2014. Bird communities and biomass yields in potential bioenergy grasslands. PLoS ONE 9(10): e109989.
Book A. J., G. R. Lewin, B. R. McDonald, T. E. Takasuka, D. T. Doering, A. S. Adams, J. A. Blodgett, J. Clardy, K. F. Raffa, B. G. Fox, C. R. Currie. 2014. Cellulolytic Streptomyces strains associated with herbivorous insects share a phylogenetically linked capacity to degrade lignocellulose. Applied Environmental Microbiology 80(15):4692–701. PMC4148805.
Crall, A. W., G. J. Newma, T. J. Stohlgren, K. A. Holfelder, J. Graham, and D. M. Waller. 2011. Assessing citizen science data quality: an invasive species case study. Conservation Letters 4(6):433–442. doi:10.1111/j.1755-263X.2011.00196.x.
Doherty, J. M., and J. B. Zedler. 2015. Increasing substrate heterogeneity as a bet-hedging strategy for restoring wetland vegetation. Restoration Ecology 23(1):15–25. doi:10.1111/rec.12154.
Doherty, J. M., and J. B. Zedler. 2014. Dominant graminoids support restoration of productivity but not diversity in urban wetlands. Ecological Engineering 65:101–111.
Doherty, J. M., J. C. Callaway, and J. B. Zedler. 2011. Diversity-function relationships changed in a long-term restoration experiment. Ecological Applications 6:2143–2155.
Doherty, J. M., J. F. Miller, S. Prellwitz, A. M. Thompson, S. Loheide, and J. B. Zedler. 2014. Hydrologic regimes revealed bundles and tradeoffs among six wetland services. Ecosystems 17(6):1026–1039.
Dusick, A. J. 2012. Effectiveness of the removal of Allaria petiolata in the recovery of soil microbial communities. Thesis. University of Wisconsin–Madison, Madison, Wisconsin, USA.
Jelinski, N. A., C. J. Kucharik and J. B. Zedler. 2011. A test of diversity-productivity models in natural, degraded and restored wet prairies. Restoration Ecology 19(2):186–193.
Johnston, C. A., and J. B. Zedler. 2012. Identifying preferential associates to initiate restoration plantings. Restoration Ecology 20:764–772.
Klionsky, S. M., K. L. Amatangelo, and D. M. Waller. 2011. Above- and belowground impacts of European Buckthorn (Rhamnus cathartica) on four native forbs. Restoration Ecology 19(6):728–737. doi:10.1111/j.1526-100X.2010.00727.x.
Lawrence, B. A., and J. B. Zedler. 2011. Formation of tussocks in sedges: effects of hydroperiod and nutrients. Ecological Applications 21: 1745–1759.
Marschalek, D. A. 2013. Blister beetles (Coleoptera: Meloidae) of Wisconsin: distribution and ecology. Dissertation, University of Wisconsin–Madison, Madison, Wisconsin, USA.
Morzaria-Luna, H. N., and J. B. Zedler. 2014. Competitive interactions between two salt marsh halophytes across stress gradients. Wetlands 34:31–42.
Mudrak, E., D. Waller, and B. Herrick. 2012. Vegetation database of Observatory Woods, Wisconsin—mapped vegetation. Short database report in Dengler, J., J. Oldeland, F. Jansen, M. Chytrý, J. Ewald, M. Finckh, F. Glöckler, G. Lopez-Gonzalez, R. K. Peet, J. H. J. Schaminée, editors. Vegetation databases for the 21st century. Biodiversity & Ecology 4:437–437. doi: 10.7809/b-e.00224. 437.
Olson, E., S. Ventura, and J. B. Zedler. 2012. Merging geospatial and field data to predict the distribution and abundance of an exotic macrophyte in a large Wisconsin reservoir. Aquatic Botany 96:31–41.
Olson, E.R. and J. Doherty. 2012. The legacy of pipeline installation on the soil and vegetation of southeast Wisconsin wetlands. Ecological Engineering 39:53–62.
Olson, E. R., S. J. Ventura, and J. B. Zedler. 2012. Wave action and native plants predict the distribution and abundance of an exotic macrophyte in a large Wisconsin reservoir. Aquatic Botany 96:31–41.
Petty S. K., B. Zuckerberg, and Pauli J. N. 2015. Winter conditions and land cover structure the subnivium, a seasonal refuge beneath the snow. PLoS ONE 10(5):e0127613. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0127613.
Prellwitz, S. G., and A. M. Thompson. 2014. Biota and hydrology influence soil stability in constructed wetlands. Ecological Engineering 64:360–366.
Rafferty, N. E. 2011. Climate change and shifts in flowering time: effects on plant-pollinator interactions. Dissertation. University of Wisconsin–Madison, Madison, Wisconsin, USA. UMI: 3486746.
Rafferty, N. E., and A. R. Ives. 2011. Effects of experimental shifts in flowering phenology on plant-pollinator interactions. Ecology Letters 14:69–74.
Rafferty, N. E., and A. R. Ives. 2012. Pollinator effectiveness varies with experimental shifts in flowering time. Ecology 93(4):803–814.
Rafferty, N. E., and A. R. Ives. 2013. Phylogenetic trait-based analyses of ecological networks. Ecology 94(10):2321–2333.
Reid, B. N., and M. Z. Peery. 2014. Land use patterns skew sex ratios, decrease genetic diversity and trump the effects of recent climate change in an endangered turtle. Diversity and Distributions 20(12):1425–1437. doi: 10.1111/ddi.12243.
Riege, D. A. 2012. Surge in regeneration of Pinus strobus L. in three Wisconsin forests not projected by past demography. Journal of Torrey Botanical Society, 139(3):299–310.
Rojas, I. M., and J. B. Zedler. 2015. An invasive exotic grass reduced sedge meadow species richness by half. Wetlands Ecology and Management 23(4):649–663. doi: 10.1007/s11273-015-9409-3.
Schatz, Jason, and Christopher J. Kucharik. 2014. Seasonality of the urban heat island effect in Madison, Wisconsin. Journal of Applied Meteorological Climatology 53:2371–2386. doi: dx.doi.org/10.1175/JAMC-D-14-0107.1.
Sessa, E. B., E. A. Zimmer, and T. J. Givnish. 2012. Phylogeny, divergence times, and historical biogeography of New World Dryopteris (Dryopteridaceae). American Journal of Botany 99(4):730–750. doi:10.3732/ajb.1100294.
Sessa, E. B., E. A. Zimmer, and T. J. Givnish. 2012a. Reticulate evolution on a global scale: A nuclear phylogeny for New World Dryopteris (Dryopteridaceae). Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 64(3):563–581. doi:10.1016/j.ympev.2012.05.009.
Sessa, E. B., E. A. Zimmer, and T. J. Givnish. 2012b. Unraveling reticulate evolution in North American Dryopteris (Dryopteridaceae). BMC Evolutionary Biology 12(1):104.
Spartz, J. T., and B. R. Shaw. 2011. Place meanings surrounding an urban natural area: A qualitative inquiry. Journal of Environmental Psychology 31(4):344–352. doi:10.1016/j.jenvp.2011.04.002
Suryanarayanan, S., A. E. Hantschel, C. G. Torres, and R. L. Jeanne. 2011. Changes in the temporal pattern of antennal drumming behavior across the Polistes fuscatus colony cycle (Hymenoptera: Vespidae). Insectes Sociaux, 58(1):97–106. doi:10.1007/s00040-010-0122-1
Suryanarayanan, S., J. C. Hermanson, and R. L. Jeanne. 2011. A mechanical signal biases caste development in a social wasp. Current Biology 21(3):231–235. doi:10.1016/j.cub.2011.01.003. Also summarized in Nature, 2011(470):9.
Waller, D. M, K. L. Amatangelo, S. Johnson, and D. A. Rogers. 2012. Plant community survey and resurvey data from the Wisconsin Plant Ecology Laboratory. Biodiversity and Ecology 4:255–264.
Wernerehl, R.W. 2015. Causes of differential distribution of dominant prairie grasses in the Upper Midwest. Dissertation. University of Wisconsin–Madison, Madison, Wisconsin, USA.
Wernerehl R.W., and Givnish T. J. 2015. Relative Roles of Soil Moisture, Nutrient Supply, Depth, and Mechanical Impedance in Determining Composition and Structure of Wisconsin Prairies. PLoS ONE 10(9):e0137963. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0137963
Zedler, J. B. 2014. Patterns in nature and their causes. Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America 95(1):27–28.
Zedler, J. B. 2011. Restoring a dynamic ecosystem to sustain biodiversity. Ecological Restoration 29:152–160.
Zedler, J. B., J. Doherty and I. M. Rojas. 2014. Leopold’s Arboretum needs upstream water treatment to restore wetlands downstream. Water 6 (1):104–121. doi: 10.3390/w6010104
Adam, P., M.D. Bertness, A.J. Davy, and J.B. Zedler. 2008. Saltmarsh. Pp. 157–171 in N. Polunin, ed. Aquatic ecosystems. Cambridge University Press. Cambridge, U.K.
Allen, A.E., F.J. Santana-Michel, C. Ortiz Arrona and J.B. Zedler. 2010. Integrating ecological and ethnobotanical priorities into riparian restoration. Ecological Restoration 28: 377–388.
Boers, A.M., and J.B. Zedler. 2008. Stabilized water levels and Typha invasiveness. Wetlands 28: 676–685.
Boers, A., C. Frieswyk, J. Verhoeven and J. Zedler. 2006. Chapter 10: Contrasting approaches to the restoration of diverse vegetation in herbaceous wetlands. Pp. 225–246 in R. Bobbink, B. Beltman, J J.T.A. Verhoeven, and D.F. Whigham, eds. Wetlands as a natural resource, Vol. 2. Wetlands: Functioning, Biodiversity Conservation and Restoration. Springer Verlag.
Boers, A., R. Veltman, and J.B. Zedler. 2007. Typha x glauca dominance and extended hydroperiod constrain restoration of wetland diversity. Ecological Engineering 29: 232–244.
Bonin, C.L., and J.B. Zedler. 2008. Plant traits and plasticity help explain abundance ranks in a California salt marsh. Estuaries and Coasts 31: 682–693.
Callaway, J.C., and J.B. Zedler. 2009. Salt marsh conservation along the leading edge of the continent. Pp. 285–307 in B. Silliman, E. Grosholz and M. Bertness, eds. Human impacts on Salt Marshes. University of California Press, Berkeley, CA.
Callaway, J. C., K.W. Wallace and J.B. Zedler. 2006. Reply to comment on our paper Evolution of tidal creek networks in a high sedimentation environment: a 5-year experiment at Tijuana Estuary, California. Estuaries and Coasts 29: 1268–1269.
Committee on the St. Lawrence Seaway: Options to Eliminate Introduction of Nonindigenous Species into the Great Lakes, Phase 2; National Research Council. 2008. Great Lakes Shipping, Trade, and Aquatic Invasive Species. Transportation Research Board, Washington, D.C. (Member of this NRC Committee).
Falk, D.A., M.A. Palmer, and J.B. Zedler. 2006. Integrating restoration ecology and ecological theory: A synthesis. Pp. 341–345 In: Falk, D., M. Palmer, and J. B. Zedler, eds. Foundations of Restoration Ecology. Island Press. Washington D.C.
Falk, D., M. Palmer, and J.B. Zedler, eds. 2006. Foundations of Restoration Ecology. Island Press. Washington, D.C.
Frieswyk, C.B., and J.B. Zedler. 2007. Vegetation change in Great Lakes coastal wetlands: Deviation from the historical cycle. Journal of Great Lakes Research 33: 366–380.
Frieswyk, C.B., C. Johnston, and J.B. Zedler. 2008. Identifying and characterizing dominant plants as an indicator of community condition. Journal of Great Lakes Research 33 (Special Issue 3): 125–135.
Frieswyk, C.B., and J.B. Zedler. 2006. Do seed banks confer resilience to coastal wetlands invaded by Typha x glauca? Canadian Journal of Botany 84: 1882–1893.
Gardner, R.C., J. Zedler, A. Redmond, R.E. Turner, C.A. Johnston, V.A. Alvarez, C.A. Simenstad, K.L. Prestegaard, and W.J. Mitsch. 2009. Compensating for wetland losses under the Clean Water Act (Redux): Evaluating the Federal Compensatory Mitigation Regulation. National Wetland Newsletter 31(2): 1, 3–8 (short, reformatted version of the following).
Gardner, R.C., J. Zedler, A. Redmond, R.E. Turner, C.A. Johnston, V.A. Alvarez, C.A. Simenstad, K.L. Prestegaard, and W.J. Mitsch. 2009. Compensating for wetland losses under the Clean Water Act (Redux): Evaluating the Federal Compensatory Mitigation Regulation. Stetson Law Review 38: 213–249.
Glass, S. B, Herrick, B. M. and Kucharik, C. 2009. Climate Change and Ecological Restoration at the University of Wisconsin–Madison Arboretum. Ecological Restoration 27:345–349.
Hall, S.J., and J.B. Zedler. 2010. Constraints on sedge meadow self-restoration in urban wetlands. Restoration Ecology 5: 671–680.
Hall, S.J., R.A. Lindig-Cisneros and J.B. Zedler. 2008. Does harvesting sustain plant diversity in Central Mexican wetlands? Wetlands 28: 776–792.
Healy, M.G., and J.B. Zedler. 2010. Setbacks in replacing Phalaris arundinacea monotypes with sedge meadow vegetation. Restoration Ecology 18: 155–164.
Herr-Turoff, A. and J. B. Zedler. 2007. Does morphological plasticity of the Phalaris arundinacea canopy increase invasiveness? Plant Ecology 193: 265–277.
Jelinski, N.A. 2007. Carbon, land-use and vegetation change: Assessing a southern Wisconsin floodplain. M.S. Thesis, University of Wisconsin–Madison.
Johnston, C.A., Joy B. Zedler, M.G. Tulbure, C.B. Frieswyk DeJong, B.L. Bedford, L. Vaccaro. 2009. A unifying approach for evaluating the condition of wetland plant communities and identifying related stressors. Ecological Applications 19: 1739–1957.
Johnston, C.A., M. Tulbare, and J.B. Zedler. 2010. Latitudinal gradient of floristic condition among Great Lakes Coastal Wetlands. Journal of Great Lakes Research 36: 772–779.
Johnston, C.A., B. Bedford, M. Bourdaghs, T. Brown, C.B. Frieswyk, M. Tulbure, L. Vaccaro, and J.B. Zedler. 2008. Plant species indicators of physical environment in Great Lakes coastal wetlands. Journal of Great Lakes Research 33 (Special Issue 3): 106–124.
Johnston, C.A., D. Ghioca, M. Tulbure, SB. L. Bedford, M. Bourdaghs, C.B. Frieswyk, L. Vacaro, and J.B. Zedler. 2008. Partitioning vegetation response to anthropogenic stress to develop multi-taxa indicators of wetland condition. Ecological Applications 18: 983–1001.
Kercher, S.M., A. Herr-Turoff, and J.B. Zedler. 2007. Understanding invasion as a process: The case of Phalaris arundinacea in wet prairies. Biological Invasions 9: 657–665.
Kucharik, C.J., N.J. Fayram, and K.N. Cahill. 2006. A paired study of prairie carbon stocks, fluxes and phenology: comparing the world’s oldest prairie restoration with an adjacent remnant. Global Change Biology 12: 122–139. doi:10.1111/j.1365–2468.2005.01053.x.
Larkin, D.J., G. Vivian-Smith, and J.B. Zedler. 2006. Topographic heterogeneity theory and ecological restoration. Pp. 144–164 In: Falk, D., M. Palmer, and J. B. Zedler, eds. Foundations of Restoration Ecology. Island Press, Washington, D.C.
Larkin, D.J., S.P. Madon, J.M. West and J.B. Zedler. 2008. Topographic heterogeneity influences fish use of an experimentally restored tidal marsh. Ecological Applications 18: 483–496.
Larkin, D., J. West, and J.B. Zedler. 2009. Created pools and food availability for fishes in a restored salt marsh. Ecological Engineering 35: 65–74.
Londre, R.A. and Schnitzer, S.A. 2006. The distribution of Lianas and their change in abundance in temperate forests over the past 45 years. Ecology 87(12): 2973–2978.
Madritch, M., J.R. Donaldson, and R.L. Lindroth. 2006. Genetic identity of Populus tremuloides litter influences decomposition and nutrient release in a mixed forest stand. Ecosystems 9: 528–537.
Michaletz, S.T., and E.A. Johnson. 2006. A heat transfer model of crown scorch in forest fires. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 36: 2839–2851.
Milbauer, M.L., and M.K. Leach. 2007. Influence of species pool, fire history, and woody canopy on plant species desnity and composition in tallgrass prairie. The Journal of the Torrey Botanical Society: Vol. 134, No. 1 pp. 53–62.
Morzaria-Luna, H., and J. B. Zedler. 2007. Does seed availability limit plant establishment during salt marsh restoration? Estuaries 30: 12–25.
O’Brien, E., and J.B. Zedler. 2006. Accelerating the restoration of vegetation in a southern California salt marsh. Wetlands Ecology and Management 14: 269–286.
Palmer, M.A., D.A. Falk, and J.B. Zedler. 2006. Ecological theory and restoration ecology. Pps 1–10 In: Falk, D., M. Palmer, and J. B. Zedler, eds. Foundations of Restoration Ecology. Island Press, Washington D.C.
Peach, M.A. and J.B. Zedler. 2006. How tussocks structure sedge meadow vegetation. Wetlands 26: 322–335.
Peterson, C.H., K.W. Able, C.F. DeJong, M.F. Piehler, C.A. Simenstad, and J.B. Zedler. 2008. Practical proxies for tidal marsh ecosystem services: Application to injury and restoration. Advances In Marine Biology 54: 221–266.
Prasser, N., and J. B. Zedler. 2010. Salt tolerance of invasive Phalaris arundinacea exceeds that of native Carex stricta (Wisconsin). Ecological Restoration 28: 238–240.
Rogers, David A. 2006. Fifty years of change in southern Wisconsin forests: patterns of species loss and homogenization. Ph.D. Dissertation. University of Wisconsin–Madison.
Stiles, C.A., B. Bemis, and J.B. Zedler. 2008. Evaluating edaphic conditions favoring reed canary grass invasion in a restored native prairie. Ecological Restoration 26: 61–70.
Sullivan, G.,J. Callaway and J.B. Zedler. 2007. Plant assemblage composition explains and predicts how biodiversity affects salt marsh functioning. Ecological Monographs 77: 569–590.
Varty, A., and J.B. Zedler. 2008. How waterlogged microsites help an annual plant persist among salt marsh perennials. Estuaries and Coasts 31: 300–312.
Wagner, K., S.K. Gallagher, M. Hayes, B.A. Lawrence, and J.B. Zedler. 2008. Wetland restoration in the new millennium: Do research efforts match opportunities? Restoration Ecology16: 367–372.
Wilcox, J.C., M.T. Healy and J.B. Zedler. 2007. Restoring native vegetation to an urban wet meadow dominated by reed canarygrass (Phalaris arundinacea L.) in Wisconsin, USA. Natural Areas Journal 27: 354–365.
Zedler, J.B. 2010. Wetlands as harbingers of climate change. National Wetlands Newsletter 32: 13–17.
Zedler, J.B. 2009. Feedbacks that might sustain natural, invaded and restored states in herbaceous wetlands. Pages 236–258 in R. Hobbs and K. N. Suding, eds., New models for ecosystem dynamics and restoration, Island Press, Washington, D.C.
Zedler, J.B. 2010. How frequent storms affect wetland vegetation: A preview of climate change impacts. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 8: 540–547.
Zedler, J.B. 2007. Success: An unclear, subjective descriptor of restoration outcomes. Ecological Restoration 25: 162–168.
Zedler, J.B. and J. M. West. 2008. Declining diversity in natural and restored salt marshes: A 30-year study of Tijuana Estuary. Restoration Ecology 16: 249–262.
Zedler, J.B., and K. Potter. 2008. Southern Wisconsin’s Herbaceous Wetlands: Their Recent History and Precarious Future. Pages 193–210 in The vanishing present. D. Waller and T. Rooney, eds. University of Chicago Press.
Zedler, J.B., C.L. Bonin, D.J. Larkin, and A. Varty. 2008. Salt marshes. Pages 3132–3141 in Sven Erik Jorgensen & Brian D. Fath, 2008. Encyclopedia of Ecology, 1st Edition, Elsevier B.V., Oxford.
Zedler, J. 2006. Wetland restoration. Pp. 348–406 in D. P. Batzer and R. R. Sharitz, eds. Ecology of Freshwater and Estuarine Wetlands. Elsevier, Inc., San Diego.
Zedler, P.H. 2007. Fire effects on grasslands. In K. Miyanishi and E. A. Johnson [eds.], Plant disturbance ecology: The process and the response. Academic Press, San Diego
Zedler, P.H., and F.C. Rego. 2006. Regimes do fogo e biodiversidade: respostas dos ecossistemas a alternativas de gestão. in J.S. Pereira, J.M.C. Pereira, F.C. Rego, J.M. Neves Silva, and T. Pereira da Silva, editors. Incêndios florestais em Portugal: Caracterização, impactes e prevencção. IAS Press, Lisbon, Portugal.
Zedler, J.B. 2005. Restoring wetland plant diversity: A comparison of existing and adaptive approaches. Wetlands Ecology and Management 13: 5–14.
Bonilla-Warford, C., and J. B. Zedler. 2002. Potential for using native plant species in stormwater wetlands. Environmental Management 29: 385–393.
Committee on Wetland Mitigation; National Research Council. 2001. Compensating for Wetland Loss under the Clean Water Act. National Academy Press, Washington, D.C. (J. Zedler co-authored this book and chaired the panel that produced it).
Callaway, J. C. and J. B. Zedler. 2004. Restoration of urban salt marshes: Lessons from southern California. Urban Ecosystems 7: 107–124.
Callaway, J. C., G. Sullivan, and J. B. Zedler. 2003. Species-rich plantings increase biomass and nitrogen accumulation in a wetland restoration experiment. Ecological Applications 13: 1626–1639.
Committee on Wetland Mitigation; National Research Council. 2001. Compensating for Wetland Loss under the Clean Water Act. National Academy Press, Washington, D.C. (J. Zedler co-authored this book and chaired the panel that produced it).
Fellows, M. and J. B. Zedler. 2005. Effects of the non-native grass, Parapholis incurva (Poaceae), on the rare and endangered hemiparasite, Cordylanthus maritimus subsp. maritimus (Scrophulariaceae). Madroño 52: 91–98.
Glass, S. 2003. Proposed plan promotes watershed-wide management of invasive species and storm water (Wisconsin). Ecological Restoration 21(4): 324–325.
Herr-Turoff, A., and J. B. Zedler. 2005. Does wet prairie vegetation retain more nitrogen with or without Phalaris invasion. Plant and Soil 277:19–34.
Kercher, S. M., and J. B. Zedler. 2004. Differential flood tolerance of 17 herbaceous taxa. Aquatic Botany 80:89–102.
Kercher, S. M., and J. B. Zedler. 2004. Flood tolerance in wetland angiosperms: a comparison of invasive and noninvasive species. Aquatic Botany 80: 89–102.
Kercher, S. M., and J. B. Zedler. 2004. Multiple disturbances accelerate invasion of reed canary grass (Phalaris arundinacea L.) in a mesocosm study. Oecologia 138: 455–464.
Kercher, S. M., C. B. Frieswyk, and J. B. Zedler. 2003. Effects of sampling teams and estimation methods on the assessment of plant cover. Journal of Vegetation Science 14: 899–906.
Kercher, S. M., Q. Carpenter, and J. B. Zedler. 2004. Interrelationships of hydrologic disturbances, reed canary grass (Phalaris arundinacea L.), and native plants in Wisconsin wet meadows. Natural Areas Journal 24: 316–325.
Lindig-Cisneros, R. A., and J. B. Zedler. 2001. Effect of light on Phalaris arundinacea L. germination. Plant Ecology 155: 75–78.
Lindig-Cisneros, R. and J. B. Zedler. 2000. Restoring urban habitats: A comparative approach. Ecological Restoration 18: 184–192.
Lindig-Cisneros, R. and J. B. Zedler. 2002. Phalaris arundinacea L. seedling establishment: Effects of canopy complexity in fen, mesocosm and restoration experiments. Canadian Journal of Botany 80: 617–624.
Lindig-Cisneros, R. and J. B. Zedler. 2002. Relationships between canopy complexity and germination microsites for Phalaris arundinacea L. Oecologia 133: 159–167.
Lindig-Cisneros, R. and J.B. Zedler. 2002. Phalaris arundinacea L. seedling establishment: Effects of canpoy complexity in fen, mesocosm and restoration experiments. Canadian Journal of Botany 80: 617–624.
Lindig-Cisneros, R. and J.B. Zedler. 2002. Relationships between canopy complexity and germination microsites for Phalaris arundinacea L. Oecologia 133: 159–167.
Lindig-Cisneros, R. y J. B. Zedler. La restauración de humedales. 2005. Pp. 201–213 In: Sánchez, Ó., E. Peters, R. Márquez-Huitzil, E. Vega, G. Portales, M. Valdés y D. Azuara (eds.). Temas Sobre Restauración ecológica. Instituto Nacional de Ecología-Semarnat, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Unidos para la Conservación. México, D. F.
Maurer, D. A., R. Lindig-Cisneros, K. J. Werner, S. Kercher, R. Miller, and J. B. Zedler. 2003. The replacement of wetland vegetation by Phalaris arundinacea (reed canary grass). Ecological Restoration 21: 116–119.
Maurer, D.A., and J.B. Zedler. 2002. Differential invasion of a wetland grass explained by tests of nutrients and light availability on establishment and vegetative growth. Oecologia 131: 279–288.
McCarty, J. P., and J. B. Zedler. 2001. Ecological restoration and its potential to reduce the negative impacts of global change. Pp. 532–539 in H. A. Mooney and J. Canadell, eds. Encyclopedia of Global Environmental Change, Vol. 2: The Earth System: Biological and Ecological Dimensions of Global Environmental Change. John Wiley and Sons Ltd., London.
Meyer, J. L., L. A. Kaplan, D. Newbold, D. L. Strayer, C. J. Woltemade, J. B. Zedler, R. Beilfuss, Q. Carpenter, R. Semlitsch, M. C. Watzin, and P. H. Zedler. 2003. Where rivers are born: The scientific imperative for defending small streams and wetlands. White paper. The Sierra Club, Washington, D. C.
Miller, R. C., and J. B. Zedler. 2003. Responses of native and invasive wetland plants to hydroperiod and water depth. Plant Ecology 167: 57–69.
Morzaria-Luna, H., J. C. Callaway, G. Sullivan and J. B. Zedler. 2004. Relationship between topographic heterogeneity and vegetation patterns in a Californian salt-marsh. Journal of Vegetation Science.15: 523–530.
Streever, W., and J. B. Zedler. 2000. To plant or not to plant? BioScience 50: 188–189.
Taylor, S.O. and Lorimer, C.G. 2003. Loss of oak dominance in dry-mesic deciduous forests predicted by gap capture methods. Plant Ecology 167: 71–88.
Turner, R. E., A. Redmond, and J. B. Zedler. 2001. Count it by acre or function—Mitigation adds up to net loss of wetlands. National Wetlands Newsletter 23(6): 5–6,14–16.
Wallace, K.J., J.C. Callaway, and J.B. Zedler. 2005. Evolution of tidal creek networks in a high sedimentation environment: A 5-year experiment at Tijuana Estuary, California. Estuaries 28: 795–811.
Werner, K. J. and J. B. Zedler. 2002. How sedge meadow soils, microtopography, and vegetation respond to sedimentation. Wetlands 22: 451–466.
Woo, I., and J. B. Zedler. 2002. Can nutrients alone shift a sedge meadow towards the invasive Typha x glauca? Wetlands 22: 509–521.
Zedler, J. B. 2000. Progress in wetland restoration ecology. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 15: 402–407 (invited review article).
Zedler, J. B. 2000. Restoration of biodiversity to coastal and inland wetlands. Pp. 311–330 in B. Gopal, editor. Biodiversity in Wetlands: Assessment, Function and Conservation. Backhuys Publishers, Leiden, The Netherlands.
Zedler, J. B. 2003. Wetlands at your service: Reducing impacts of agriculture at the watershed scale. Frontiers in Ecology and Environment 1: 65–72.
Zedler, J. B. 2004. Compensatory mitigation for damages to wetlands: Can net losses be reduced? Transactions of the Wisconsin Academy of Arts, Letters and Sciences 90: 103–117.
Zedler, J. B. 2005. How compatible are biodiversity and ecosystem-service restoration goals? National Wetlands Newsletter 27(6): 1,11–13,19.
Zedler, J. B. 2005. Restoration ecology: Principles from field tests of theory. San Francisco Estuary and Watershed Science. Online at: http://repositories.cdlib.org/jmie/sfews/vol3/iss2/art4
Zedler, J. B. 2004. Compensating for wetland losses in the United States. In Rehfisch, M.M., Feare, C.F., Jones, N.V. & Spray, C. (eds) Climate Change and Coastal Birds. Ibis 146 (Suppl. 1): S92–S100.
Zedler, J. B. 2004. Compensating for wetland losses in the United States. In Rehfisch, M.M., Feare, C.F., Jones, N.V. & Spray, C. (eds) Climate Change and Coastal Birds. Ibis 146 (Suppl. 1): S92–S100.
Zedler, J. B. 2005. Restoring wetland plant diversity: A comparison of existing and adaptive approaches. Wetlands Ecology and Management 13: 5–14.
Zedler, J. B., and J. C. Callaway. 2003. Adaptive restoration: A strategic approach for integrating research into restoration projects. Pp. 167–174 in D. J. Rapport, W. L. Lasley, D. E. Rolston, N. O. Nielsen, C. O. Qualset, and A. B. Damania, eds. Managing for Healthy Ecosystems. Lewis Publishers, Boca Raton, Florida.
Zedler, J. B., and K. Potter. In press. Southern Wisconsin’s Herbaceous Wetlands: Their Recent History and Precarious Future In The vanishing present. D. Waller and T. Rooney, eds. University of Chicago Press.
Zedler, J. B., and L. Shabman. 2001. Compensatory mitigation needs improvement, panel says. National Wetlands Newsletter 23(4): 1, 12–14. [Also reprinted in Ecological Restoration, November 2001.]
Zedler, J. B., and S. Kercher. 2004. Causes and consequences of invasive plants in wetlands: Opportunities, opportunists, and outcomes Critical Reviews in Plant Sciences 23: 431–452.
Zedler, J. B., and S. Kercher. 2005. Wetland resources: Status, ecosystem services, degradation, and restorability. Annual Review of Environment and Resources 30: 39–74. Annual Reviews, Palo Alto, CA.
Zedler, J. B., R. Lindig-Cisneros, C. Bonilla-Warford, and I. Woo. 2001. Restoration of biodiversity: An overview. Pp. 203–212 in S. Levin, editor. Encyclopedia of Biodiversity, Vol. 5.. Academic Press, San Diego.
DeSimone, S. A., and P. H. Zedler. 2001. Do native shrub colonizers of unburned southern California grassland fit generalities for woody colonizers from other regions? Ecological Applications 11: 1101–1111.
Zedler, P. H. and J. B. Zedler. 2005. Reality check. A review of Correction Lines by Curt Meine. Conservation Biology 19: 1675–1676.
Luke, C., P. H. Zedler, and S. Shapiro. 2004. Fire management along the wildland-urban interface in southern California: A search for solutions at the Santa Margarita Ecological Reserve. Proceedings of the 22nd Tall Timbers Fire Ecology Conference (2001).
Zedler, P. H., & C. Black. 2004. Exotic plant invasions in an endemic-rich habitat: The spread of an introduced Australian grass, Agrostis avenacea J. F. Gmel., in California vernal pools. Austral Ecology 29: 537–546.
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