Troy Hill

Selected Publications




S. M. Butler, J. M. Melillo, J. E. Johnson, J. Mohan, P. A. Steudler, H. Lux, E. Burrows, R. M. Smith, C. L. Vario, L. Scott, T. D. Hill, N. Aponte, and F. Bowles. 2012.Soil warming alters nitrogen cycling in a New England forest: implications for ecosystem function and structure. Oecologia 168:819–828. DOI 10.1007/s00442-011-2133-7.

Anisfeld, S.C. and T.D. Hill. 2012. Fertilization effects on elevation change and belowground carbon balance in a Long Island Sound tidal marsh.Estuaries and coasts 35(1):201-211. DOI: 10.1007/s12237-011-9440-4.

J.M. Melillo, S. Butler, J. Johnson, J. Mohan, P.A. Steudler, H. Lux, E. Burrows, F. Bowles, R. Smith, L. Scott, C. Vario, T. Hill, A.J. Burton, Y. Zhou, and J. Tang. 2011. Soil warming, carbon-nitrogen interactions and forest carbon budgets. PNAS 108(23): 9508-9512.

Hill, T.D. and C. Polsky. 2007. Development and Drought in Suburbia: A Mixed Methods Rapid Assessment of Vulnerability to Drought in Rainy Massachusetts. Environmental Hazards 7: 291-301.

Hill, T. and C. Polsky. 2005. Adaptation to the Effects of Suburbanization and Drought in Central Massachusetts. Geographical Bulletin 47(2).





Polsky, C., S. Assefa, K. Del Vecchio, T. Hill, L. Merner, I. Tercero, and R. Pontius. 2009. “The Mounting Risk of Drought in a Humid Landscape: Structure and Agency in Suburbanizing Massachusetts.” In: Sustainable Communities on a Sustainable Planet – The Human-Environment Regional Observatory Project, Yarnal, Brent, Colin Polsky, and James O’Brien, eds.


Hill, T.D. 2008. Nutrient Effects on Belowground Production in Long Island Sound Salt Marshes. Center for Coastal and Watershed Systems Newsletter.