Publications FY 2017

Adair, E.C., King, J.Y., Parton, W.J., Brandt., L.A., Lin, Y. 2017. Accounting for photodegradation dramatically improves prediction of carbon losses in dryland systems. Ecosphere. In Press.

Brandt, L. 2017. Assessing Vulnerability of Urban Forests to Climate Change. City Trees, p. 24-28.

Brandt, L. 2017. Illinois Forests in a Changing Climate: Challenges and Opportunities. Illinois Forestry Association Newsletter. Vol. 12., Issue 1: 10-11.

Brandt, L., Derby Lewis, A., Fahey, R., Scott, L., Darling, L., Swanston, C. 2016. A framework for adapting urban forests to climate change. Environmental Science & Policy, 66:393-402.

Brandt, L.A.; Butler, P.R., Handler, S.D., Janowiak, M.K., Shannon, P.D., Swanston, C. 2017. Integrating science and management to assess forest ecosystem vulnerability to climate change. Journal of Forestry. Journal of Forestry, 115(3): 212-22.

Brandt, L.A., Derby Lewis, A., Scott, L., Darling, L., Fahey, R.T., Iverson, L., Nowak, D.J., Bodine, A.R., Bell, A., Still, S., Butler, P.R., Dierich, A., Handler, S.D., Janowiak, M.K., Matthews, S.N., Miesbauer, J.W., Peters, M., Prasad, A., Shannon, P. D., Stotz, D., Swanston, C.W. 2017. Chicago Wilderness region urban forest vulnerability assessment and synthesis: a report from the Urban Forestry Climate Change Response Framework Chicago Wilderness pilot project. Gen. Tech. Rep. NRS-168. Newtown Square, PA: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northern Research Station. 142 p.

Domke, G.M., Perry, C.H., Walters, B.F., Nave, L.E., Woodall, C.W., Swanston, C.W. 2017. Toward inventorybased estimates of soil organic carbon in forests of the United States. Ecological Applications, 27:1223-1235.

Handler, S.D. Thinking like an investor: why diverse forests are a good bet for an uncertain future. Wisconsin Woodlands Magazine. Fall 2016.

Harden, J.W., Hugelius, G., Ahlström, A., Blankinship, J.C., Bond-Lamberty, B., Lawrence, C., Loisel, J., Malhotra, A., Nave, L.E., Ogle, S., Phillips, C., Ryal, R., Todd-Brown, K., Vargas, R., Vergara, S.E., Cotrufo, F., Keiluweit, M., Heckman, K.A., Crow, S.E., Silver, W.L., DeLonge, M., Jackson, R. Pathways for the science community in characterizing the state, vulnerabilities, and management opportunities of soil organic matter. Global Change Biology. In review.

Heckman, K., Rasmussen, C. Role of Mineralogy and Climate in the Soil Carbon Cycle. In: Developments in Soil Science Volume 35: Climate Change Impacts on Soil Processes and Ecosystem Properties. Elsevier. In Press.

Heckman, K.,Torres, D., Swanston, C., Lehmann, J.. 2017. Carbon and nitrogen molecular composition of soil organic matter fractions resistant to oxidation. Soil Research.

Iversen, C.M., Childs, J., Norby, R.J., Ontl, T.A., Kolka, R.K., Brice, D.J., McFarlance, K.J., Hanson, P.J. 2017. Fineroot growth in a forested bog is seasonally dynamic, but shallowly distributed in nutrient-poor peat. Plant and Soil.

Iverson, L.R., Thompson, F.R., Matthews, S., Peters, M., Prasad, A., Dijak, W.D., Fraser, J., Wang, W.J., Hanberry, B., He, H., Janowiak, M., Butler, P., Brandt, L., Swanston, C. 2017. Multi-model comparison on the effects of climate change on tree species in the eastern U.S.: results from an enhanced niche model and process-based ecosystem and landscape models. Landscape Ecology, 32(7):1327-1346.

Janowiak, M., Ontl, T.A. 2017. Same Job, New Challenges: Forest Management for a Changing Climate. New England Society of American Forests News Quarterly, 78 (1): 5-7.

Janowiak, M.K., Iverson, L.R., Fosgitt, J., Handler, S.D., Dallman, M., Thomasma, S., Hutnik, B., Swanston, C.W. 2017. Assessing Stand-Level Climate Change Risk Using Forest Inventory Data and Species Distribution Models. Journal of Forestry, 115(3): 222-229.

Janowiak, M., Dostie, D., Wilson, M., Kucera, M., Skinner, R.H., Hatfield, J.L., Hollinger, D., Swanston, C. 2016. Adaptation Resources for Agriculture: Responding to Climate Variability and Change in the Midwest and Northeast. Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Agriculture. 70 p.

Janowiak, M., Connelly, W.J., Dante-Wood, K., Domke, G.M., Giardina, C., Kayler, Z., Marcinkowski, K., Ontl, T., Rodriguez-Franco, C., Swanston, C., Woodall, C.W., Buford, M. 2017. Considering Forest and Grassland Carbon in Land Management. Gen. Tech. Rep. WO-95. Washington, D.C.: United States Department of Agriculture, Forest Service. Gen. Tech. Rep. WO-95. 68 p.

Janowiak, M.K., D’Amato, A.W., Swanston, C., Iverson, L., Thompson III, F., Dijak, W., Matthews, S., Prasad, A., Peters, M., Fraser, J.S., Brandt, L., Butler, P., Handler, S., Shannon, P.D., Burbank, D., Campbell, J., Cogbill, C., Duveneck, M., Emery, M., Fisichelli, N., Foster, J., Hushaw, J., Kenefic, L., Mahaffey, A., Morelli, T.L., Reo, N., Schaberg, P., Simmons, K.R., Weiskittel, A., Wilmot, S., Hollinger, D., Lane, E., Rustad, L., Templer, P. 2017. New England and New York forest ecosystem vulnerability assessment and synthesis: a report from the New England Climate Change Response Framework Newtown Square, PA: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northern Research Station. Gen. Tech. Rep. NRS-173.

Lybrand, R., Heckman, K., Rasmussen C. Soil organic carbon partitioning and residence time variation in desert and conifer ecosystems of southern Arizona. Biogeochemistry. In Press.

Marcinkowski, K., Swanston, C. 2017. Responses to climate change: what you need to know. [CD-ROM]. An interactive education modules from the Climate Change Resource Center. Gen. Tech. Rep. PNW-GTR-955. Portland, OR: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station.

Nagel, L.M., Palik, B.J., Battaglia, M.A., D’Amato, , A.W., Guldin, J.M., Swanston, C.W., Janowiak, M.K., Powers, M.P., Joyce, L.A. , Millar, C.I., Peterson, D.L., Ganio, L.M., Kirschbaum, C., Roske, M.R. 2017. Adaptive Silviculture for Climate Change: A National Experiment in Manager-Scientist Partnerships to Apply an Adaptation Framework. Journal of Forestry, 115(3): 167-178.

Nave, L.E., Walters, B.F., Hofmeister, K.L., Perry, C.H., Mishra, U., Domke, G.M., Swanston, C.W. The role of reforestation in carbon sequestration. Invited submission in preparation for a special issue of New Forests.

Nave, L.E., Heckman, K.A., Muñoz, A.B., Swanston C.W. Spatially intensive radiocarbon analysis as a tool in plant ecophysiology: probing the impacts of host decline on carbon-nitrogen relations in the hemiparasitic annual Melampyrum lineare L. Radiocarbon. In review.

Nave, L.E., Drevnick, P.E., Heckman, K.A., Hofmeister, K.L., Veverica, T.J., Swanston, C.W. 2017. Soil hydrology, physical and chemical properties and the distribution of carbon and mercury in a postglacial lake-plain wetland. Geoderma, 305:40-52.

Nave, L.E., Gough, C.M., Perry, C.H., Hofmeister, K.L., Le Moine, J.M., Domke, G.M., Swanston, C.W., Nadelhoffer, K.J. 2017. Physiographic factors underlie rates of biomass production during succession in Great Lakes forest landscapes. Forest Ecology and Management, 397:157-173.

Ontl, T.A., Iversen C.M. 2017. SPRUCE S1 bog areal coverage of hummock and hollow microtopography assessed along three transects in the S1 bog. Carbon Dioxide Information Analysis Center, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, U.S. Department of Energy, Oak Ridge, Tennessee, U.S.A.

Ontl, T.A., Swanston, C., Brandt, L.A., Butler, P.R., D’Amato, A.W., Handler, S.D., Janowiak, M.K., Shannon, P.D. 2017. Adaptation pathways: ecoregion and land ownership influences on climate adaptation decision-making in forest management. Climatic Change, 1-14. In Press.

Reinhardt, J.R., Nagel, L.M., Keough, H., Swanston, C.. 2017. Michigan Oak Savanna Restoration: A Comparison of Mechanical Thinning Approaches in the Context of Prescribed Fire and Native Seeding. Forest Science, 63.

Reinhardt, J.R., Nagel, L.M., Swanston, C.W., and Keough, H. 2017. Community-Level Impacts of Management and Disturbance in Western Michigan Oak Savannas. The American Midland Naturalist 177:112-125.

Richard, R.P., Potvin, , L.R., Kane, E.S., Handler, S.D., Smith, P.J., Peterson, D. 2017. Biochar and Wood Ash Amendments for Forestry in the Lake States: Field Report and Initial Results. Journal of Forestry. 6p.

Scheuermann, C.J., Nave, L.E., Fahey, R.T., Nadelhoffer, K.J., Gough C.M. The coupling of ecosystem biological and physical structure with primary production is mixed in Upper Great Lakes forests. Oecologia. In review.

Schulte, L.A., Ontl, T.A., Drake Larsen, G.L. 2017. Biofuels and Biodiversity, Wildlife Habitat Restoration, In: Reference Module in Life Sciences, Elsevier, ISBN: 978-0-12-809633-8.

Stewart, J.A.E., Wright D.H., Heckman K. Apparent Climate-Mediated Loss and Fragmentation of Core Habitat of the American Pika in the Northern Sierra Nevada, California, USA. Plos One. In press.

Swanston, C., Brandt, L.A., Janowiak, M.K., Handler, S.D., Butler-Leopold, P., Iverson, L., Thompson III, F.R., Ontl, T.A., Shannon, P.D. 2017. Vulnerability of forests of the Midwest and Northeast United States to climate change. Climatic Change. In press.

Swanston, C.W., Janowiak, M.K., Brandt, L.A., Butler, P.R., Handler, S.D., Shannon, P.D., Derby Lewis, A., Hall, K., Fahey, R.T., Scott, L., Kerber, A., Miesbauer, J.W., Darling, L. 2016. Forest Adaptation Resources: climate change tools and approaches for land managers, 2nd edition. Newtown Square, PA: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northern Research Station. 161 p.

Vogt J., Roman L.A., Brandt L., Ries P. Urban forestry for the Anthropocene: Transdisciplinary efforts for meeting new challenges. Abstract accepted for manuscript to be published in December 2016 in the annual Open Issue of Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability. In Review.

Wolf-Flasch, A., Handler, S.D. Adapting for Tomorrow, Today. Wisconsin Woodlands Magazine. Fall 2017.