Publications arising from LGL and/or Greeneridge.

Terrestrial Ecology

See also "Publications on Terrestrial Mammals", "Birds", and "Reptiles & Amphibians"

Cameron, R.*, I. Goudie and D. Richardson*.  2013.  Habitat loss exceeds habitat regeneration for an IUCN flagship lichen epiphyte: Erioderma pedicellatumCan. J. Forest. Res. 43(11):1075-1080.  link

Funk, D.W., L.E. Noel and A.H. Freedman.  2004.  Environmental gradients, plant distribution, and species richness in Arctic salt marsh near Prudhoe Bay, Alaska.  Wetlands Ecol. Manage. 12(3):215-233.  link

Gilders, M.A. and M.A. Cronin.  2000.  North Slope oil field development.  p. 15-33 In: J.C. Truett and S.R. Johnson (eds.), The natural history of an Arctic oil field/development and the biota.  Academic Press, San Diego, CA.  422 p.  link

Goodban, A.G.º, W.D. Bakowsky* and B.D. Bricker.  1999.  The historical and present extent and floristic composition of prairie and savanna vegetation in the vicinity of Hamilton, Ontario**.  p. 87-103 In: C. Warwick (ed.), Proc. 15th N. Am. Prairie Conf.  Natural Areas Assoc., Bend, OR.

Goudie, R.I., C. Scheidegger*, C. Hanel*, A. Munier* and E. Conway*.  2011.  New population models help explain declines in the globally rare boreal felt lichen Erioderma pedicellatum in Newfoundland.  Endang. Species Res. 13(3):181-189.  link

Johnson, S.R., S.B. Yazvenko, Y.Y. Dgebuadze and E.A. Kriksunov.  1999.  The status of biological research in the Russian Arctic.  Arctic 52(3):317-324.  link

Pinno, B.D.* and V.C. Hawkes.  2015.  Temporal trends of ecosystem development on different site types in reclaimed boreal forests.  Forests 6(6):2109-2124.  link

Tremaine, R.  1993.  Valuing tropical rain forests**.  Conserv. Biol. 7(1):7-8.  link

Truett, J.C. and R.J. Douglass.  1982.  Ecosystem analysis for terrestrial baseline studies – an example in Colorado's Piceance Basin.  p. 57-69 In: Land and water issues related to energy development. Ann Arbor Sciences Press.

Truett, J.C. and D.W. Lay*.  1984.  Land of bears and honey. A natural history of East Texas**. Univ. Texas Press, Austin.  176 p.  link or link

Truett, J.C. and K. Kertell.  1992.  Tundra disturbance and ecosystem production: implications for impact assessment.  Environ. Manage. 16(4):485-494.  link

Truett, J.C.* and S.R. Johnson (eds.)  2000.  The natural history of an Arctic oil field/development and the biota.  Academic Press, San Diego, CA.  422 p.  link or link

Wang, M. and P.J. Howarth*.  1993.  Modeling errors in remote sensing image classification**.  Remote Sens. Environ. 45(3):261-271.  link

Yazvenko, S.  1998.  Focus/From pollen to plants**.  p. 14-20 In: J.L. Davis (ed.), Sandy Pylos/an archaeological history from Nestor to Navarino.  Univ. Texas Press, Austin, TX.  342 p.

Yazvenko, S.B. and D.J. Rapport*.  1997.  The history of the ponderosa pine pathology: implications for management**.  J. Forestry 95(12):16-20.  link

Zangger, E.*, M.E. Timpson*, S.B. Yazvenko, F. Kuhnke* and J. Knauss*.  1997.  The Pylos regional archaeological project/Part II: landscape evolution and site preservation**.  Hesperia, J. Am. Sch. Classical Stud. Athens 66(4):549-641.  link

Zangger, E.*, M. Timpson*, S. Yazvenko and H. Leiermann*.  1999.  Searching for the Ports of Troy**.  p. 89-103 In: P. Leveau, F. Trément, K. Walsh and G. Barker (eds.), Environmental reconstruction in Mediterranean landscape archaeology.  Oxbow Books, Oxford, U.K.

Revised December 2015

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