The 2015 Summer Seminar Series is coming up. See the speakers and directions on the poster here.
New research bulletin highlights forthcoming results of ecosystem studies in our forests: visit our Research Reports page
Our Quiet Corner Initative page has resources for conservation professionals, area landowners, and students alike. Explore the site to learn about all the exciting progress QCI is making toward collaborative regional woodland management!
And check out the Environment Yale Magazine article here
The wildflowers and management of Yale-Toumey forest is featured in a lovely blog post by New Hampshire Garden Solutions. Check out the article here.
Smith, J.R. and O.J. Schmitz. 2015 (In press). Cascading ecological effects of landscape moderated arthropod diversity. Oikos.
Buchkowski, R.W., and O.J. Schmitz. 2015. Detritivores ameliorate the enhancing affect of plant-based trophic cascades on N cycling in an old-field system. Biology Letters 11:20141048. http://rsbl.royalsocietypublishing.org/content/11/4/20141048.abstract
Buchkowski, R.W., O.J. Schmitz, and M.A. Bradford. 2015. Microbial stoichiometry overrides biomass as a regulator of soil carbon and nitrogen cycling. Ecology 94:1139-1149. http://www.esajournals.org/doi/abs/10.1890/14-1327.1
Robert G. Goodby, R.G., Tremblay, S., & Bouras, E., 2014. The Swanzey fish dam: A large, precontact native american stone structure in southwestern New Hampshire. Northeast Anthropology No. 81-82: 1–22.
Bradford, Mark A., et al. "Climate fails to predict wood decomposition at regional scales." Nature Climate Change (2014). http://www.nature.com/nclimate/journal/v4/n7/full/nclimate2251.html
Denise Burchsted, Melinda Daniels, Ellen E. Wohl, Introduction to the special issue on discontinuity of fluvial systems, Geomorphology, Volume 205, 15 January 2014, Pages 1-4, ISSN 0169-555X, http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.geomorph.2013.04.004.
Denise Burchsted, Melinda D. Daniels, Classification of the alterations of beaver dams to headwater streams in northeastern Connecticut, U.S.A., Geomorphology, Volume 205, 15 January 2014, Pages 36-50, ISSN 0169-555X, http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.geomorph.2012.12.029.
Richardson, J.L., M.C. Urban, D. Bolnick, and D.K. Skelly. 2014. Microgeographic adaptation and the spatial scale of evolution. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 29:165-176. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.tree.2014.01.002
Skelly, D. K., L. K. Freidenburg, and S. R. Bolden. 2014. Experimental canopy removal enhances diversity of vernal pond amphibians. Ecological Applications 24:340-345. http://dx.doi.org/10.1890/13-1042.1
Miller, J. R. B., Ament, J. M., Schmitz, O. J. (2014), Fear on the move: predator hunting mode predicts variation in prey mortality and plasticity in prey spatial response. Journal of Animal Ecology, 83: 214–222. doi: 10.1111/1365-2656.12111
Herstoff, Emily, and Mark C. Urban. "Will pre‐adaptation buffer the impacts of climate change on novel species interactions?" Ecography 37.2 (2014): 111-119. doi: 10.1111/j.1600-0587.2013.00116.x
Diuk-Wasser, Maria A., et al. "Monitoring Human Babesiosis Emergence through Vector Surveillance New England, USA." Emerging infectious diseases20.2 (2014): 225. DOI: 10.3201/eid2002.130644
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