Our staff and collaborators have published many articles. Below are just a few examples of the many publications we have produced.
Chong, G. W., R. M. Reich, M. A. Kalkhan, and T. J. Stohlgren. 2001. New approaches for sampling and modeling native and exotic plant species richness. Western North American Naturalist 61:328-335.
Crall, A. W., G. J. Newman, T. J. Stohlgren, C. S. Jarnevich, P. Evangelista, and D. Geuenther. 2006. Evaluating dominance as a component of non-native species invasions. Diversity and Distributions 12:195-204.
Crall, A. W., L. A. Meyerson, T. J. Stohlgren, C. S. Jarnevich, G. J. Newman, and J. Graham. 2006. Show me the numbers: what data currently exist for non-native species in the USA? Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 4:414-418.
Graham, J., G. Newman, C. Jarnevich, R. Shory, and T. J. Stohlgren. 2007. A global organism detection and monitoring system for non-native species. Ecological Informatics 2:177-183.
Graham, J., A. Simpson, A. Crall, C. Jarnevich, G. Newman, and T. J. Stohlgren. 2008. Vision of a cyberinfrastructure for nonnative, invasive species management. Bioscience 58:263-268.
Jarnevich, C.S., J.J. Graham, G.J. Newman, M.A. Crall, and T.J. Stohlgren. 2006. Balancing data sharing requirements for analyses with data sensitivity. Biological Invasions. In press
Jarnevich, C. S., T. J. Stohlgren, D. Barnett, and J. Kartesz. 2006. Filling in the gaps: modelling native species richness and invasions using spatially incomplete data. Diversity and Distributions 12:511-520.
Newman, G. and E. F. Redente. 2001. Long term plant community development as influenced by revegetation techniques. Journal of Range Management 54:717-724.
Stohlgren, T. J., D. Binkley, G. W. Chong, M. A. Kalkhan, L. D. Schell, K. A. Bull, Y. Otsuki, G. Newman, M. Bashkin, and Y. Son. 1999. Exotic plant species invade hot spots of native plant diversity. Ecological Monographs 69:25-46.
Stohlgren, T. J. 2007. Measuring plant diversity: Lessons from the field. Oxford University Press, Oxford.