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2016
Density-dependent vulnerability of forest ecosystems to drought, Bottero, Alessandra, D’Amato Anthony, Palik Brian J., Bradford John B., Fraver Shawn, Battaglia Mike A., and Asherin Lance A. , Journal of Applied Ecology, Dec-10-2016, (2016)
Growth-Climate relationships across topographic gradients in the northern Great Lakes, Dymond, S.F, D’Amato Anthony, Kolka R.K, Bolstad P.V, Sebestyen S.D, and Bradford J.B , Ecohydrology , Sep-07-2016, Volume 9, Issue 6, (2016)
The impacts of increasing drought on forest dynamics, structure, and biodiversity., CLARK, JAMES S., Iverson Louis R., Woodall Christopher W., Allen C.D., Bell D.M., .Bragg D, D’Amato Anthony, Davis F.W., Hersh M., Ibanez I., et al. , Global Change Biology, Feb-22-2016, Volume 22, Issue 7, (2016)
Increasing Forest Resiliency for an Uncertain Future, Cataranzo, Paul F., D’Amato Anthony, and Huff Emily Silver , (2016)
Modeling Effects of Climate Change on Spruce-Fir Forest Ecosystems and Associated Priority Bird Populations, D’Amato, Anthony , (2016)
Predicting tree biomass growth in the temperate-boreal ecotone: is tree size, age, competition or climate response most important?, Foster, Jane R., Finley Andrew O., D’Amato Anthony, Bradford John B., and Banerjee Sudipto , Global Change Biology, Mar-03-2016, Volume 22, Issue 6, (2016)
A Tale of Two Forest Carbon Assessments in the Eastern United States: Forest Use Versus Cover as a Metric of Change, Woodall, C. W., Walters B. F., Russell M. B., Coulston J. W., Domke G. M., D’Amato Anthony, and Sowers P. A. , Ecosystems, Jan-12-2016, Volume 19, Issue 8, p.1401 - 1417, (2016)
2015
Climate remains an important driver of post-European vegetation change in the eastern United States, Pederson, Neil, D’Amato Anthony, Dyer James M., Foster David R., Goldblum David, Hart Justin L., Hessl Amy E., Iverson Louis R., Jackson Stephen T., Martin-Benito Dario, et al. , Global Change Biology, Jan-06-2015, Volume 21, Issue 6, p.2105 - 2110, (2015)
Comparisons of allometric and climate-derived estimates of tree coarse root carbon stocks in forests of the United States, Russell, Matthew B., Domke Grant M., Woodall Christopher W., and D’Amato Anthony , Carbon Balance and Management, 4-Sep-2015, (2015)
Early Regeneration and Structural Responses to Patch Selection and Structural Retention in Second-Growth Northern Hardwoods, D’Amato, Anthony, Cataranzo Paul F., and Fletcher Lena S. , Forest Science, Volume 61, p.183–189, (2015)
Monitoring Network Confirms Land Use Change is a Substantial Component of the Forest Carbon Sink in the eastern United States, Woodall, C.W., Walters B.F., Coulston J. W., D’Amato Anthony, Domke G. M., Russell M.B., and Sowers P. A. , Scientific Reports, 12/2015, Volume 5, p.17028, (2015)
Montane forest ecotones moved downslope in northeastern USA in spite of warming between 1984 and 2011, Foster, Jane R., and D’Amato Anthony , Global Change Biology, 04-Aug-2015, (2015)
Multiple developmental pathways for range-margin Pinus banksiana forests, Gill, Kyle Gregory, D’Amato Anthony, and Fraver Shawn , Canadian Journal of Forest Research, 11/2015, p.200 - 214, (2015)
Net carbon flux of dead wood in forests of the Eastern US, Woodall, C.W., Russell M.B., Walters B.F., D’Amato Anthony, Fraver Shawn, and Domke Grant M. , Oecologia, 3/2015, Volume 177, p.861 - 874, (2015)
Overstory treatment and planting season affect survival of replacement tree species in emerald ash borer-threatened Fraxinus nigra forests in Minnesota, USA, Looney, Christopher E., D’Amato Anthony, Palik Brian J., and Slesak Robert , Canadian Journal of Forest Research, Volume 45, p.1728-1738, (2015)
Quantifying carbon stores and decomposition in dead wood: A review, Russell, Matthew B., Fraver Shawn, Aakala Tuomas, Gove Jeffrey H., Woodall Christopher W., D’Amato Anthony, and Ducey Mark J. , Forest Ecology and Management, 08/2015, Volume 350, p.107 - 128, (2015)
Sap flow of black ash in wetland forests of northern Minnesota, USA: Hydrologic implications of tree mortality due to emerald ash borer, Telander, Andrew C., Slesak Robert A., D’Amato Anthony, Palik Brian J., Brooks Kenneth N., and Lenhart Christian F. , Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, 06/2015, Volume 206, p.4 - 11, (2015)
Soil texture matters: the effects of removing harvest residues, Curzon, M.T., D’Amato Anthony, and Palik Brian J. , Forestry Source, Volume 20, Number 12, (2015)
2014
Beyond mean functional traits: Influence of functional trait profiles on forest structure, production, and mortality across the eastern US, Russell, Matthew B., Woodall Christopher W., D’Amato Anthony, Domke Grant M., and Saatchi Sassan S. , Forest Ecology and Management, 09/2014, Volume 328, p.1 - 9, (2014)
Disturbance and diversity of wood-inhabiting fungi: effects of canopy gaps and downed woody debris, Brazee, Nicholas J., Lindner Daniel L., D’Amato Anthony, Fraver Shawn, Forrester Jodi A., and Mladenoff David J. , Biodiversity and Conservation, 8/2014, Volume 23, p.2155 - 2172, (2014)
Fifteen-Year Patterns of Soil Carbon and Nitrogen Following Biomass Harvesting, Kurth, Valerie J., D’Amato Anthony, Palik Brian J., and Bradford John B. , Soil Science Society of America Journal, 2014, Volume 78, p.624, (2014)
Harvest residue removal and soil compaction impact forest productivity and recovery: potential implications for bioenergy harvests, Curzon, M.T., D’Amato Anthony, and Palik Brian J. , Forest Ecology and Management, Volume 329, p.99-107, (2014)
Hemlock: A forest giant on the edge, D’Amato, Anthony, and Baiser Benjamin , (2014)
Influence of stocking, site quality, stand age, low-severity canopy disturbance, and forest composition on sub-boreal aspen mixedwood carbon stocks, Reinikainen, Michael, D’Amato Anthony, Bradford John B., and Fraver Shawn , Canadian Journal of Forest Research, 03/2014, Volume 44, p.230 - 242, (2014)
Looking for age-related growth decline in natural forests: unexpected biomass patterns from tree rings and simulated mortality, Foster, Jane R., D’Amato Anthony, and Bradford John B. , Oecologia, 5/2014, Volume 175, p.363 - 374, (2014)

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