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Journal Articles (54)

  • Gamache, S. L., Espinoza, O., & Aro, M. D. (2017). Professional Consumer Perceptions about Thermally Modified Wood. Bioresources, 4, 9487-9501.
  • Aro, M. D., Wang, X., McDonald, D. E., & Begel, M. (2016). Tensile Strength of Thermally-Modified Laminated Strand Lumber and Laminated Veneer Lumber. Wood Material Science & Engineering, Taylor & Francis, 1-8. doi: 10.1080/17480272.2016.1164246
  • Kociolek, J. P., Hamsher, S., Kulikovsky, M., & Bramburger, A. J. (2017). Are there species flocks in freshwater diatoms? A review of past reposts and a look to the future. Hy.
  • Reavie, E. D. (2016). A comparison of phytoplankton communities of the deep chlorophyll layers and epilimnia of the Laurentian Great Lakes. Journal of Great Lakes Research.
  • Waller, M. E., Bramburger, A. J., & Cumming, B. F. (2016). Bi-weekly Changes in Phytoplankton Abundance in 25 Tributaries of Lake St. Francis, Canada: Evaluating the Occurrence of Nuisance and Harmful Algae. Journal of Great Lakes Research.
  • Reavie, E. D., Sgro, G. V., Estepp, L. R., Bramburger, A. J., S, V. L., Pi, R. W., . . . Dove, A. (2016). Climate warming and changes in Cyclotella sensu lato in the Laurentian Great Lakes. Limnology and Oceanography.
  • Brown, C. M., Staley, C., Wang, P., Dalzell, B., Chun, C. L., & Sadowsky, M. J. (2017). A High-Throughput DNA-Sequencing Approach for Determining Sources of Fecal Bacteria in a Lake Superior Estuary. Environmental Science & Technology, 51(15), 8263–8271.
  • Staley, C., Kaiser, T., Gidley, M. L., Enochs, I. C., Jones, P. R., Goodwin, K. D., . . . Chun, C. L. (2017). A next-generation sequencing approach to characterize the impacts of land-based sources of pollution on the microbiota of southeast florida coral reefs. Applied and Environmental Microbiology, AEM–03378.
  • Staley, C., Kaiser, T., Gidley, M. L., Enochs, I. C., Jones, P. R., Goodwin, K. D., . . . Chun, C. L. (2017). Differential impacts of land-based sources of pollution on the microbiota of southeast Florida coral reefs. Applied and environmental microbiology, 83(10), e03378–16.
  • Burghardt, L. T., Guhlin, J., Chun, C. L., Liu, J., Sadowsky, M. J., Stupar, R. M., . . . Tiffin, P. (2017). Transcriptomic basis of genome by genome variation in a legume-rhizobia mutualism. Molecular Ecology.
  • Nelson, M. S., Chun, C. L., & Sadowsky, M. J. (2017). Type IV Effector Proteins Involved in the Medicago-Sinorhizobium Symbiosis. Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions, 30(1), 28–34.
  • Chun, C. L., Peller, J. R., Shively, D., Byappanahalli, M. N., Whitman, R. L., Staley, C., . . . Sadowsky, M. J. (2017). Virulence and biodegradation potential of dynamic microbial communities associated with decaying Cladophora in Great Lakes. Science of The Total Environment, 574, 872–880.
  • Reavie, E. D., Sgro, G. V., Estepp, L. R., Bramburger, A. J., Pillsbury, R. W., Shaw Chraibi, V. L., . . . Dove, A. (2017). Cyclotella sensu lato in the Laurentian Great Lakes. Limnology and Oceanography, 62(2), 768-783. doi: 10.1002/lno.10459
  • Busse, K. M., & Garono, R. J. A Time to Harvest: Water Quality and Shellfish Management in Tillamook Bay, Oregon.
  • Herb, W., Blann, K., Garono, R., Jereczek, J., White, M., & Johnson, L. ANALYSIS OF IMPACTS OF CLIMATE AND LAND USE CHANGE ON STREAM FLOW REGIME AND PREDICTED FLOWS UNDER FUTURE LAND USE AND CLIMATE.
  • Wold, E. N., Schooler, S. S., & Garono, R. J. Characterizing wetlands using adult insect communities.
  • Cai, M., Erickson, J., Blann, K., Herb, W., Garono, R., Jereczek, J., & Johnson, L. Classification of North Shore Tributary Streams for Use in Predicting Ecohydrologic Conditions.
  • Grinde, A. R., & Niemi, G. J. (2016). A synthesis of species interactions, metacommunities, and the conservation of avian diversity in hemiboreal and boreal forests. Journal of Avian Biology, 47(5), 706–718. doi: 10.1111/jav.01036
  • Niemi, G. J., Howe, R. W., Sturtevant, B. R., Parker, L. R., Grinde, A. R., Danz, N. P., . . . others (2016). Analysis of long-term forest bird monitoring data from national forests of the western Great Lakes Region.
  • Grinde, A. R., & Niemi, G. J. (2016). Influence of landscape, habitat, and species co-occurrence on occupancy dynamics of Canada Warblers. The Condor, 118(3), 513-531. doi: 10.1650/CONDOR-15-168.1
  • Sen, D., Dasgupta, S., Pal, I., Manna, S., Basak, S. C., Nandy, A., & Grunwald, G. D. (2016). Intercorrelation of Major DNA/RNA Sequence Descriptors - A Preliminary Study. Current computer-aided drug design, 12(3), 216-228.
  • Olker, J., Hueffmeier, R., & Johnson, L. B. (2016). Minnesota’s Lake Superior Coastal Program: Evaluating Vital, Small Forested Wetlands.
  • Danz, N., Niemi, G., Johnson, L., Regal, R., Schuldt, J., Brady, V., . . . others Integrating Wetland Indicators from Multiple Taxonomic Groups Using Regional Ecological Normalization. Great Lakes Need Great Watersheds., 33.
  • Alahuhta, J., Ecke, F., Johnson, L. B., Sass, L., & Heino, J. (2017). A comparative analysis reveals little evidence for niche conservatism in aquatic macrophytes among four areas on two continents. Oikos, 126(1), 136–148.
  • Creed, I. F., Cormier, R., Laurent, K. L., Accatino, F., Igras, J., Henley, P., . . . others (2016). Formal integration of science and management systems needed to achieve thriving and prosperous great lakes. BioScience, biw030.
  • Kovalenko, K. E., Reavie, E. D., Allan, J. D., Cai, M., Smith, S. D., & Johnson, L. B. (2016). Pelagic phytoplankton community change-points across nutrient gradients and in response to invasive mussels. Freshwater Biology.
  • Uzarski, D. G., Brady, V. J., Cooper, M. J., Wilcox, D. A., Albert, D. A., Axler, R. P., . . . others (2016). Standardized Measures of Coastal Wetland Condition: Implementation at a Laurentian Great Lakes Basin-Wide Scale. Wetlands, 1–18.
  • Olker, J. H., Kovalenko, K. E., Ciborowski, J. J., Brady, V. J., & Johnson, L. B. (2016). Watershed Land Use and Local Habitat: Implications for Habitat Assessment. Wetlands, 36(2), 311–321.
  • McCann, N. P., Moen, R. A., Windels, S. K., & Harris, T. R. (2016). Bed sites as thermal refuges for a cold-adapted ungulate in summer. Wildlife Biology, 22(5), 228–237.
  • Street, G. M., Fieberg, J., Rodgers, A. R., Carstensen, M., Moen, R., Moore, S. A., . . . Forester, J. D. (2016). Habitat functional response mitigates reduced foraging opportunity: implications for animal fitness and space use. Landscape Ecology, 31(9), 1939–1953.
  • Grinde, A. R., & Niemi, G. J. (2016). A synthesis of species interactions, metacommunities, and the conservation of avian diversity in hemiboreal and boreal forests. Journal of Avian Biology, 47, 13.
  • Grinde, A. R., & Niemi, G. J. (2016). Influence of landscape, habitat, and interspecific interactions on occupancy dynamics of Canada Warblers. The Condor, 118, 513-531.
  • Uzarski, D., Brady, V., Axler, R., Brown, T., Johnson, L., & Niemi, G. J. (2016). Standardization measures of ecosystem health: Great Lakes Coastal Wetland Consortium. Wetlands, 37, 15-32.
  • Bracey, A. M., Niemi, G. J., Etterson, M. A., & Green, R. F. (2016). Window related avian mortality at a migration corridor. The Wilson Journal of Ornithology, 128, 355-367.
  • Price, J. M., Silbernagel, J., Nixon, K., Swearingen, A., Swaty, R., & Miller, N. (2016). Collaborative scenario modeling reveals potential advantages of blending strategies to achieve conservation goals in a working forest landscape. Landscape Ecology, 31(5), 1093–1115.
  • Reavie, E. D., Sgro, G. V., Estepp, L. R., Bramburger, A. J., Shaw Chraibi, V. L., Pillsbury, R. W., . . . Dove, A. (2017). Climate warming and changes in Cyclotella sensu lato in the Laurentian Great Lakes. Limnology and Oceanography.
  • Bramburger, A. J., Reavie, E. D., Sgro, G. V., Estepp, L. R., Shaw Chraibi, V. L., & Pillsbury, R. W. (2017). Decreases in diatom cell size over the course of the 20th century in the Laurentian Great Lakes: a response to warming waters? Journal of Plankton Research.
  • Brooks, B. W., Lazorchak, J. M., Howard, M. D.A, Johnson, M. V., Morton, S. L., Perkins, D. A.K, . . . Steevens, J. A. (2017). In some places, in some cases and at some times, harmful algal blooms are the greatest threat to inland water quality. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry, 36, 1125-1127.
  • Pilcher, D. J., McKinley, G. A., Kralj, J., Bootsma, H. A., Reavie, E. D. (2017). Modeled sensitivity of Lake Michigan productivity and zooplankton to changing nutrient concentrations and quagga mussels. Journal of Geophysical Research – Biogeosciences, 122, 2017-2032.
  • Kovalenko, K. E.,Reavie, E. D., Allan, J. D., Cai, M., Smith, S. D., & Johnson, L. B. (2017). Pelagic phytoplankton community change-points across nutrient gradients and in response to invasive mussels. Freshwater Biology, 62, 366-381.
  • Nurse, A. M., Reavie, E. D., Ladwig, J. L., & Yost, C. L. (2017). Pollen and phytolith paleoecology in the St. Louis River estuary, Minnesota, USA, with special consideration of Zizania palustris L. Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology, 246, 216-231.
  • Reavie, E. D. (2017). Tiny things tell a big story about the Great Lakes. Lake Superior Angler.
  • Bramburger, A. J., & Reavie, E. D. (2016). A comparison of phytoplankton communities of the deep chlorophyll layers and epilimnia of the Laurentian Great Lakes. Journal of Great Lakes Research, 42(5), 1016–1025.
  • Brooks, B. W., Lazorchak, J. M., Howard, M. D., Johnson, M.-V. V., Morton, S. L., Perkins, D. A., . . . Steevens, J. A. (2016). Are harmful algal blooms becoming the greatest inland water quality threat to public health and aquatic ecosystems? Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry, 35(1), 6–13.
  • Reavie, E. D., Cai, M., Twiss, M. R., Carrick, H. J., Davis, T. W., Johengen, T. H., . . . others (2016). Winter–spring diatom production in Lake Erie is an important driver of summer hypoxia. Journal of Great Lakes Research, 42(3), 608–618.
  • Than, B. L., Linnekamp, J. F., Starr, T. K., Largaespada, D. A., Rod, A., Zhang, Y., . . . Cormier, R. T. (2016). CFTR is a tumor suppressor gene in murine and human intestinal cancer. Oncogene, 35(32), 4179-4187. doi: 10.1038/onc.2017.3
  • Sandhu, D., Atkinson, T., Noll, A., Johnson, C., Espinosa, K., Boelter, J., . . . Palmer, R. G. (2016). Soybean proteins GmTic110 and GmPsbP are crucial for chloroplast development and function. Plant science : an international journal of experimental plant biology, 252, 76–87.
  • Alkasrawi, M., Al-Hamamre, Z., Al-Shannag, M., Singsaas, E. L. (2016). Conversion of Paper Mill Residuals to Fermentable Sugars. BioResources, 11(1), 2287-2296. doi: 10.15376/biores.11.1.2287-2296
  • Sasmal, I., DePerno, C. S., Swingen, M. B., & Moorman, C. E. (2017). Influence of vegetation type and prescribed fire on Peromyscus abundance in a longleaf pine ecosystem. Wildlife Society Bulletin, 41(1), 49-54. doi: 10.1002/wsb.740
  • Stevenson, E. R., Chitwood, M. C., Lashley, M. C., Pollock, K. H., Swingen, M. B., Moorman, C. E., & DePerno, C. S. (2016). Survival and cause-specific mortality of coyotes on a large military installation. Southeastern Naturalist, 15, 459-466. doi: 10.1656/058.015.0307
  • Haugstad, G., Gladfelter, W. L., Weberg, E. B., Weberg, R., & Weatherill, T. D. SCANNING FORCE MICROSCOPY CHARACTERIZATION OF BIOPOLYMER. Atomic Force Microscopy/Scanning Tunneling Microscopy 2, 65.
  • Rosi-Marshall, E. J., Wellard Kelly, H. A., Hall, R. O., & Vallis, K. A. (2016). Methods for quantifying aquatic macroinvertebrate diets. Freshwater Science, 35(1), 229-236. doi: 10.1086/684648
  • Wright, C. K., Larson, B., Lark, T. J., & Gibbs, H. K. (2017). Recent grassland losses are concentrated around US ethanol refineries. Environmental Research Letters, 12(4), 044001.
  • Liu, G., Schwartz, F. W., Wright, C. K., & McIntyre, N. E. (2016). Characterizing the Climate-Driven Collapses and Expansions of Wetland Habitats with a Fully Integrated Surface–Subsurface Hydrologic Model. Wetlands, 36(2), 287–297.
  • Magazine/Trade Publication (1)
  • Aro, M. D., & Kristen, B. (2017). Minnesota’s Balsam Fir Opportunity: Creating chemical-free wood products and jobs while improving forest health. (Spring 2017 ed.). St. Paul, MN: Minnesota Department of Natural Resources. http://www.dnr.state.mn.us/forestry/um/spring2017/balsam-fir.html
  • Technical Report (27)
  • Niemi, G. J., Petersen, D., Grinde, A. R., Bednar, J. D., & Schutte, S. J. (2016). Breeding Birds of Deep Portage Learning Center - 2016 Hackensack, Minnesota 56452 (NRRI/TR-2016/37 ed.).
  • Bednar, J. D., Walton, N. G., Grinde, A. R. (2016). Summary of Breeding Bird Trends in the Chippewa and Superior National Forests of Minnesota - 1995-2016 (NRRI/TR-2016/36 ed.). Duluth, Minnesota: Natural Resources Research Institute.
  • Bracey, A. M., Niemi, G. J., & Cuthbert, F. (2016). Great Lakes Common Tern Conservation.
  • Bracey, A. M., Chatterton, J., & Niemi, G. J. St. Louis River AOC R2R Projects: Ecological Monitoring and Assessment (CR#6403).
  • Chun, C. L., & Sadowsky, M. J. (2016). A Metagenomic-Based Approach to Determine Microbial Pollution Sources in South Florida Coral Reefs.
  • Dumke, J. D., & Brady, V. J. (2016). Overview of Stanley Creek and Assessment of Habitat and Biota in the Knife River mainstem, MN.
  • Johnson, K. W. (2016). Validation of Wetland Mitigation in Abandoned Borrow Areas – Phase II (pp. 74 pp + appendices). St. Paul, Minnesota: Mn/DOT Research Services & Library, Office of Transportation System Management.
  • Olker, J., Hueffmeier, R., & Johnson, L. B. (2016). Minnesota’s Lake Superior Coastal Program: Evaluating Vital, Small Forested Wetlands.
  • Swingen, M., Baker, R., Catton, T., Kirschbaum, K., Nordquist, G., Dirks, B., & Moen, R. A. (2016). Summary of 2016 Northern Long-eared Bat Research in Minnesota. NRRI Technical Report No. NRRI/TR-2016/41.
  • Swingen, M., Moen, R. A., & Baker, R. (2016). Summary of bat research conducted at Roseau River WMA, MN. NRRI Technical Report No. NRRI/TR-2016/42I.
  • Swingen, M., Moen, R. A., & Baker, R. (2016). Summary of bat research in Cedar Creek Ecosystem Science Reserve, MN. NRRI Technical Report No. NRRI/TR-2016/42B.
  • Swingen, M., Catton, T., Kirschbaum, K., Moen, R. A., & Baker, R. (2016). Summary of bat research in Chippewa National Forest, MN. NRRI Technical Report No. NRRI/TR-2016/42D.
  • Swingen, M., Catton, T., Kirschbaum, K., Moen, R. A., & Baker, R. (2016). Summary of bat research in Cloquet Forestry Center, MN. NRRI Technical Report No. NRRI/TR-2016/42C.
  • Swingen, M., Catton, T., Kirschbaum, K., Moen, R. A., & Baker, R. (2016). Summary of bat research in Hill River/Savanna and Solana State Forests, MN. NRRI Technical Report No. NRRI/TR-2016/42F.
  • Swingen, M., Moen, R. A., & Baker, R. (2016). Summary of bat research in Itasca State Park, MN 2016. NRRI Technical Report No. NRRI/TR-2016/42G.
  • Swingen, M., Moen, R. A., & Baker, R. (2016). Summary of bat research in St. Croix State Park, MN. NRRI Technical Report No. NRRI/TR-2016/42J.
  • Swingen, M., Catton, T., Kirschbaum, K., Moen, R. A., & Baker, R. (2016). Summary of bat research in Superior National Forest, MN. NRRI Technical Report No. NRRI/TR-2016/42K.
  • Niemi, G. J., Howe, R. W., Sturtevant, B. R., Parker, L. R., Grinde, A., Danz, N. P., . . . Leitz, S. M. (2016). Analysis of long term forest bird monitoring in national forests of the western Great Lakes Region (NRS-159 ed., pp. 322). Newton Squarem PA, Northern Research Station: General Technical Report, USDA Forest Service.
  • Reavie, E. D. (2017). Paleolimnology of the St. Louis River Estuary.
  • Reavie, E. D. (2016). Executive summary to the Beneficial Use Impairment actions associated with investigations of paleolimnology and historic and current water quality condition in the St. Louis River Area of Concern.
  • Reavie, E. D., Edlund, M. B., Andresen, N. A., & Engstrom, D. R. (2016). Paleolimnology of the Lake of the Woods southern basin.
  • Reavie, E. D. (2016). State of the Great Lakes 2016, Phytoplankton sub-indicator report.
  • Reschke, C. St. Louis River Area of Concern Aquatic Plant Restoration Experiment..
  • Henneck, J., Ruzycki, E., & Bernhardt, B. (2017). East Two River calcium loading study: Headwaters to Lake vermilion (NRRI/TR-2017/07 ed.).
  • Swingen, M. B., Baker, R., Catton, T., Kirschbaum, K., Nordquist, G., Dirks, B., & Moen, R. (2016). Summary of 2016 Northern Long-eared Bat Research in Minnesota. University of Minnesota Duluth.
  • Niemi, G. J., Howe, R. W., Sturtevant, B. R., Parker, L. R., Grinde, A. R., Danz, N. P., . . . Lietz, S. M. (2016). Analysis of Long-term Forest Bird Monitoring Data from National Forests of the Western Great Lakes Region (pp. 322). Newtown Square, PA: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northern Research Station. http://www.treesearch.fs.fed.us/pubs/52029
  • Bednar, J. D., Walton, N. G., Grinde, A. R., & Niemi, G. J. (2016). Summary of Breeding Bird Trends in the Chippewa and Superior National Forests of Minnesota - 1995-2016. NRRI technical report NRRI/TR-2016/36, University of Minnesota Duluth.

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Host, G. E. NRRI Data Access Catalog. http://data.nrri.umn.edu

2015

  • Brown, D J, Schrage, M, Ryan, D, Moen, R A, Nelson, M D & Buech, R R. 2015. Glyptemys insculpta (Wood Turtle): Longevity in the Wild. Herpetological Review 46:243--244.
  • Beall, B F N, R, Twiss M, Smith, D, Oyserman, B, Rozmarynowycz, M, Binding, C, Bourbonniere, R A, Bullerjahn, G S, Palmer, M, D, Reavie E, Waters, M K, Woityra, W C & L, McKay R M. 2015. Ice cover extent drives microbial community structure in a large north-temperate lake: Implications for a warming climate. Environmental Microbiology In press.
  • Peterson, A C, Niemi, G J & Johnson, D H. 2015. Patterns in diurnal airspace use by migratory landbirds along an ecological barrier. Ecological Applications 25:673--684.
  • Estepp, Lisa R & Reavie, Euan D. 2015. The ecological history of Lake Ontario according to phytoplankton. Journal of Great Lakes Research 41:669--687.
  • Bartsch, Will M, Axler, Richard P & Host, George E. 2015. Evaluating a Great Lakes scale landscape stressor index to assess water quality in the St. Louis River Area of Concern. Journal of Great Lakes Research In press.
  • Havel, J. E., Kovalenko, K. E., Thomaz, S. M., Amalfitano, S., & Kats, L. B. (2015). Aquatic invasive species: Challenges for the future. Hydrobiologia750(1), 147-170.
  • Stueve, K M, Hollenhorst, T P, Kelly, J R, Johnson, L B & Host, G E. 2015. High-resolution maps of forest-urban watersheds present an opportunity for ecologists and managers. Landscape Ecology 30:313--323.
  • Silbernagel, J, Host, G, Hagley, C, Hart, D, Axler, R, Fortner, R, Axler, M, Smith, V, Drewes, A, Bartsch, W, Danz, N, Mathews, J & Wagler, M. 2015. Linking place-based science to people through spatial narratives of coastal stewardship. Journal of Coastal Conservation 19:181--198.
  • Robinson, Stacie J., Neitzel, David F., Moen, Ronald A., Craft, Meggan E., Hamilton, Karin E., Johnson, Lucinda B., Mulla, David J., Munderloh, Ulrike G., Redig, Patrick T., Smith, Kirk E., Turner, Clarence L., Umber, Jamie K. & Pelican, Katharine M.. 2015. Disease Risk in a Dynamic Environment: The Spread of Tick-Borne Pathogens in Minnesota, USA. EcoHealth 12:152--163.
  • Peterson, A. C., Niemi, G. J., & Johnson, D. H. (2015). Patterns in diurnal airspace use by migratory landbirds along an ecological barrier. Ecological Applications, 25(3), 673-684.
  • Portinga, R. L., & Moen, R. A. (2015). A novel method of performing moose browse surveys. Alces, 51, 107-122.
  • Raič, S., Mogessie, A., Benkó, Z., Molnár, F., Hauck, S., & Severson, M. (2015). Arsenic-rich Cu-Ni-PGE mineralization in Wetlegs, Duluth complex, St. Louis county, Minnesota, USA. The Canadian Mineralogist, canmin-1400053.