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Forthcoming Articles

Guyette, R.P., M.C. Stambaugh, D.C. Dey, J.M. Marschall, J. Saunders, and J. Lampereur. In review. Human and drought influences on the fire history of two northern Wisconsin sands forest ecosystems.

Hammer, L.D. and M.C. Stambaugh. In review. Environmental gradients and controls of eastern redcedar (Juniperus virginiana L.) expansion from refugia into diverse landtypes of southwestern Oklahoma.

Kinkead, C.O., J.M. Kabrick, and M.C. Stambaugh. In review. Thinning and burning in oak woodlands: long-term effects on residual overstory trees.

2016

Stambaugh, M.C., R.P. Guyette, J.M. Marschall, and D.C. Dey. 2016. Scale dependence of oak woodland historical fire intervals: contrasting The Barrens of Tennessee and Cross Timbers of Oklahoma, USA. Fire Ecology 12(2): 65-84.

Harper, C.A., W.M. Ford, M.A. Lashley, C.E. Moorman, and M.C. Stambaugh. 2016. Fire effects on wildlife in the Central Hardwoods and Appalachian Regions. Fire Ecology 12(2): 127-159.

2015

Dey, D.C., R.P. Guyette, C.J. Schweitzer, M.C. Stambaugh, and J.M. Kabrick. 2015. Restoring oak forest, woodlands and savannas using modern silvicultural analogs to historic cultural fire regimes. Pp. 116-122 In: Proceedings of the 2nd International Congress of Silviculture (ed. O. Ciancio), Florence, Italy, November 26th-29th, 2014. Accademia Italiana di Scienze Forestali.

Guyette, R.P., M.C. Stambaugh, J.M. Marschall, and E. Abadir. 2015. An analytic approach to climate dynamics and fire frequency in the Great Plains. Great Plains Research 25: 139-150.

Voelker, S.L., R.J. Brooks, F.C. Meinzer, R. Anderson, M.K-F. Bader, G. Battipaglia, K.M. Becklin, D. Beerling, D. Bert, J.L. Betancourt, T.E. Dawson, J.-C. Domec, R.P. Guyette, C. Korner, C., S.W. Leavitt, S. Linder, J.D. Marshall, M. Mildner, J. Ogee, I. Panyushkina, H.J. Plumpton, K.S. Pregitzer, M. Saurer, A.R. Smith, R.T.W. Siegwolf, M.C. Stambaugh, A.F. Talhelm, J.C. Tardif, P.K. Van de Water, J.K. Ward, L. Wingate. 2015. A dynamic leaf gas-exchange strategy is conserved in woody plants under changing ambient CO2: evidence from carbon isotope discrimination in paleo and CO2 enrichment studies. Global Change Biology DOI: 10.1111/gcb.13102.

Stambaugh, M.C., L.D. Hammer, and R. Godfrey. 2015. Performance of burn-severity metrics and classification in oak woodlands and grasslands. Remote Sensing 7:10501-10522.

Brose, P.H., R.P. Guyette, J.M. Marschall, and M.C. Stambaugh. 2015. Fire history reflects human history in the Pine Creek Gorge of north-central Pennsylvania. Natural Areas Journal 35:214-223.

Zeiger, S., J.A. Hubbart, S.H. Anderson, and M.C. Stambaugh. 2015. Quantifying and modeling urban stream temperature: a central U.S. watershed study. Hydrological Processes DOI: 10.1002/hyp.10617.

Stambaugh, M.C., J.M. Varner, R.F. Noss, D.C. Dey, N.L. Christensen, R.F. Baldwin, R.P. Guyette, B.B. Hanberry, C.A. Harper, S.G. Lindblom, and T.A. Waldrop. 2015. Clarifying the role of fire in the deciduous forests of eastern North America: reply to Matlack. Conservation Biology 29:942-946.

Voelker, S.L., M.C. Stambaugh, R.P. Guyette, X. Feng, D.A. Grimley, S.W. Leavitt, I Panyushkina, E.C. Grimm, J.P. Marsicek, B. Shuman, and B.B. Curry. 2015. Deglacial hydroclimate for midcontinental North America. Quaternary Research 83:336-344.

Muzika, R.-M., R.P. Guyette, M.C. Stambaugh, and J.M. Marschall. 2015. Fire, drought, and humans in a heterogeneous Lake Superior landscape. Journal of Sustainable Forestry 34:49-70.

2014

King, C.B. and R.-M. Muzika. 2014. Historic fire and canopy disturbance dynamics in an oak-pine (Quercus-Pinus) forest of the Missouri Ozarks (1624-2010). Castanea 79(2): 78-87.

Grabner, K.W., M.C. Stambaugh, J.M. Marschall, and E.R. Abadir. 2014. Oak woodlands and forests fire consortium: a regional view of fire science sharing. Proceedings of 4th Fire Behavior and Fuels Conference, February 18 22, 2013, Raleigh, North Carolina, USA. Pp. 287-297.

Marschall, J.M., R.P. Guyette, M.C. Stambaugh, and A. Stevenson. 2014. Fire damage effects on red oak timber product value. Forest Ecology and Management 320: 182-189.

Berland, A. and G.P. Elliott. 2014. Unexpected connections between residential urban forest diversity and vulnerability to two invasive beetles. Landscape Ecology, 29: 141152.

Stambaugh, M.C., J.M. Marschall, and R.P. Guyette. 2014. Linking fire history to successional changes of xeric oak woodlands. Forest Ecology and Management 320: 83-95.

Guyette, R.P., F.R. Thompson, J. Whittier, M.C. Stambaugh, and D.C. Dey. 2014. Future fire probability modeling with climate change data and physical chemistry. Forest Science http://dx.doi.org/10.5849/forsci.13-108.

2013

Brose, P.H., R.P. Guyette, J.M. Marschall, and M.C. Stambaugh. 2013. The influences of drought and humans on the fire regimes of northern Pennsylvania. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 43: 757-767.

Voelker, S.L., F.C. Meinzer, B. Lachenbruch, J.R. Brooks, and R.P. Guyette. 2013. Drivers of radial growth and carbon isotope discrimination of bur oak (Quercus macrocarpa Michx.) across continental gradients in precipitation, vapor pressure deficit and irradiance. Plant, Cell, and Environment doi: 10.1111/pce.12196.

Stambaugh, M.C., R.P. Guyette, and J.M. Marschall. 2013. Fire history in the Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma. Human Ecology 41:749-758.

Kinkead, C.O., J.M. Kabrick, M.C. Stambaugh, and K.W. Grabner. 2013. Changes to oak woodland stand structure and ground flora composition caused by thinning and burning. Central Hardwoods Forest Conference Proceedings. USDA GTR NRS-P-117. pp. 373-383.

King, C. and R. Muzika. 2013. A multi-century analysis of disturbance dynamics in pine-oak forests of the Missouri Ozark Highlands. Central Hardwoods Forest Conference Proceedings. USDA GTR NRS-P-117. pp. 50-62.

Marschall, J.M. 2013. Timber product value loss due to prescribed fire casued injuries in red oak trees. M.S. Thesis, University of Missouri. 60 pp.

King, C.B. 2013. Dendroecology of forests in Missouri: disturbance and integration over multiple centuries. Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Missouri. 204 pp.

Kinkead, C.O. 2013. Thinning and burning in oak woodlands. M.S. Thesis, University of Missouri. 125 pp.

2012

Grabner, K.W., M.C. Stambaugh, R.P. Guyette, D.C. Dey, and G. Willson. 2012. Genesis of a Midwest Oak Woodlands and Forests Fire Consortium. Proceedings of the 4th Fire in Eastern Oak Forests Conference. USDA GTR NRS-P-102. pp.207-211..

Sparks, J., M.C. Stambaugh, and E.L. Keith. 2012. Restoring fire suppressed Texas oak woodlands to historic conditions using prescribed fire. Proceedings of the 4th Fire in Eastern Oak Forests Conference. USDA GTR NRS-P-102. pp. 127-141.

Voelker, S.L., P.-E. Noirot-Cosson, M..C. Stambaugh, E.R. McMurry, F.C. Meinzer, B. Lachenbruch, and R.P. Guyette. 2012. Spring temperature responses of oaks are synchronous with North Atlantic conditions during the last deglaciation. Ecological Monographs 82:169187.

Guyette, R.P., M.C. Stambaugh, D.C. Dey, and R. Muzika. 2012. Predicting fire frequency with chemistry and climate. Ecosystems Ecosystems. 15: 322-335.

Hammer, L.D. 2012. Juniper expansion in a prairie-forest transition region. M.S. Thesis, University of Missouri. 91 pp.

Elliott, G.P. 2012. The role of thresholds and fine-scale interactions in driving upper treeline dynamics in the Bighorn Mountains, Wyoming. Physical Geography, 33: 129145.

Elliott, G.P. 2012. Extrinsic regime shifts drive abrupt changes in regeneration dynamics at upper treeline in the Rocky Mountains, USA. Ecology, 93: 16141625.

2011

Stambaugh, M.C., R.P. Guyette, D.C. Dey, and H.S. He. 2011. Spatial patterning of fuels and fire hazard across a central U.S. deciduous forest region. Landscape Ecology 26(7):923-935.

Stambaugh, M.C., J. Sparks, R.P. Guyette, and G. Willson. 2011. Fire history of a relict oak woodland in northeast Texas. Rangeland Ecology and Management 64:419-423.

Elliott, G.P. 2011. Influences of 20th century warming at the upper tree line contingent on local-scale interactions: Evidence from a latitudinal gradient in the Rocky Mountains, USA. Global Ecology and Biogeography, 20: 4657.

Elliott, G.P. and K.F. Kipfmueller. 2011. Multi-scale influences of climate on upper treeline dynamics in the Southern Rocky Mountains, USA: Evidence of intra-regional variability and bioclimatic thresholds in response to 20th century warming. Annals of the Association of American Geographers, 101: 11811203.

Stambaugh, M.C., R.P. Guyette, and J.M. Marschall. 2011. Longleaf pine (Pinus palustris Mill.) fire scars reveal new details of a frequent fire regime. Journal of Vegetation Science 22:1094-1104.

Stambaugh, M.C., R.P. Guyette, E.R. McMurry, E.R. Cook, D.M. Meko, and A.R. Lupo. 2011. Drought duration and frequency in the U.S. Corn Belt during the last millennium (AD 992-2004). Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 151:154-162.

2010

Guyette, R.P., M.C. Stambaugh, and J.M. Marschall. 2010. Developing and using fire scar histories in the southern and eastern United States. Final Report to the Joint Fire Science Program. 46 pp.

Guyette, R.P., M.C. Stambaugh, and J.M. Marschall. 2010. A quantitative analysis of fire history at national parks in the Great Plains. A report prepared for USGS and NPS. 78 pp.

Elliott, G.P. and K.F. Kipfmueller. 2010. Multi-scale influences of slope aspect and spatial pattern on ecotonal dynamics at upper treeline in the Southern Rocky Mountains, USA. Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research, 42: 4556.

Kipfmueller, K.F., G.P. Elliott, E.R. Larson, and M.W. Salzer. 2010. An assessment of the dendroclimatic characteristics of three conifer species in northern Minnesota. Tree-Ring Research, 66: 113126.

Guyette, R.P. and M.C. Stambaugh. 2010. Perspectives and comparisons of smoke emissions from historic and modern fires: taking the elephant out of the closet and putting it into the stadium. Pages 21-24 in K.M. Robertson, K.E.M. Galley, and R.E. Masters (eds.). Proceedings of hte 24th Tall Timbers Fire Ecology Conference: The Future of Prescribed Fire: Public Awareness, Health, and Safety. Tall Timbers Research Station, Tallahassee, Florida, USA.

2009

Stambaugh, M.C., R.P. Guyette, R. Godfrey, E.R. McMurry, and J.M. Marschall. 2009. Fire, drought, and human history near the western terminus of the Cross Timbers, Wichita Mountains, Oklahoma. Fire Ecology 5(2):51-65.(PDF)

Stambaugh, M.C., and R.P. Guyette. 2009. Progress in constructing a long oak chronology from the central United States. Tree-ring Research 65(2):147-156

Bale, A. 2009. Fire effects and litter accumulation dynamics in a montane longleaf pine ecosystem. M.S. Thesis, University of Missouri-Columbia. 103 pp.

2008

Stambaugh, M.C. 2008. Fire risk assessment of the western portion of the Central Hardwoods forest region. PhD Dissertation, University of Missouri-Columbia. 172 pp.

Stambaugh, M.C., R.P. Guyette, E.R. McMurry, and J.M. Marschall. 2008. Six centuries of fire history at Devils Tower National Monument with comments on region-wide temperature influence. Great Plains Research 18: 177-187.

Guyette, R.P. and M.C. Stambaugh. 2008. Pioneer Forest: in the heart of roughness. In: Guldin, James M.; Iffrig, Greg F.; Flader, Susan L., eds. Pioneer Forest- a half century of sustainable uneven-aged forest management in the Missouri Ozarks. Gen. Tech. Rep. SRS-108. Asheville, NC: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Southern Research Station: 61-64.(PDF)

Bale, A.M., Guyette, R.P. and M.C. Stambaugh. 2008. Fire regime of a montane longleaf pine ecosystem, Alabama. Pages 54-59 In: Third Montane Longleaf Conference Proceedings; 2008 March 11-12; Auburn, AL. School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences, Auburn University. 88 pp.(PDF)

Guyette, R.P., D.C. Dey and M.C. Stambaugh. 2008. The temporal distribution and carbon storage of large oak wood in streams and floodplain deposits. Ecosystems 11: 643-653.

Guyette, R.P., M.C. Stambaugh, A. Stevenson, and R. Muzika. 2008. Prescribed fire effects on the wood quality of oak (Quercus species) and shortleaf pine (Pinus echinata). A report to the Missouri Department of Conservation. 115 pp.

Stevenson, A.P., R. Muzika, and R.P. Guyette. 2008. Fire scars and tree vigor following prescribed fires in Missouri Ozark upland forests. In: Jacobs, Douglas F., Michler, Charles H., eds. 16th Central Hardwood Forest Conference Proceedings; 2008 April 8-9; West Lafayette, IN. Gen. Tech. Rep. NRS-P-24. Newtown Square, PA: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northern Research Station: 525-534. (PDF)

Stambaugh, M.C., R.P. Guyette, E.R. McMurry, and D.C. Dey. 2008. Lessons from fire history, past and future: a regional workshop on eastern U.S. fire history. Missouri Wildlife 69(2):6.(PDF)

Voelker, S.L, R. Muzika, and R.P. Guyette. 2008. Individual tree and stand level influences on the growth, vigor, and decline of red oaks in the Ozarks. Forest Science 54(1): 8-20.

Stambaugh, M.C. and R.P. Guyette. 2008. Predicting spatio-temporal variability in fire return intervals using a topographic roughness index. Forest Ecology and Management 254: 463-473.

2007

Guyette, R.P., R. Muzika, and M.C. Stambaugh. 2007. Tree rings: natural areas historians. Missouri Natural Areas Newsletter 8(2): 10-11. (PDF)

Stevenson, A.P. 2007. Effects of prescribed burning in Missouri Ozark upland forests. M.S. Thesis. University of Missouri-Columbia. 260 pp.(PDF)

Guyette, R.P., R. Muzika, and S.L. Voelker. 2007. The historical ecology of fire, climate, and the decline of shortleaf pine in the Ozarks. In: Kabrick, John M.; Dey, Daniel C.; Gwaze, David, eds. Shortleaf pine restoration and ecology in the Ozarks: proceedings of a symposium; 2006 November 7-9; Springfield, MO. Gen. Tech. Rep. NRS-P-15. Newtown Square, PA: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northern Research Station: 8-18. (PDF)

Stambaugh, M.C., R.P. Guyette, and D.C. Dey. 2007. What fire frequency is appropriate for shortleaf pine regeration and survival? In: Kabrick, John M.; Dey, Daniel C.; Gwaze, David, eds. Shortleaf pine restoration and ecology in the Ozarks: proceedings of a symposium; 2006 November 7-9; Springfield, MO. Gen. Tech. Rep. NRS-P-15. Newtown Square, PA: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northern Research Station: 121-128. (PDF)

Stambaugh, M.C. and R. Muzika 2007. Successional trends of six mature shortleaf pine forests in Missouri. In: Kabrick, John M.; Dey, Daniel C.; Gwaze, David, eds. Shortleaf pine restoration and ecology in the Ozarks: proceedings of a symposium; 2006 November 7-9; Springfield, MO. Gen. Tech. Rep. NRS-P-15. Newtown Square, PA: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northern Research Station: 59-67. (PDF)

McMurry, E.R., R. Muzika, E.F. Lowenstein, K.W. Grabner, and G.W. Hartman. 2007. Initial effects of prescribed burning and thinning on plant communities in the southeast Missouri Ozarks. Pages 241-249 In (Buckley, D.S. and Clatterbuck, W.K., Eds.) Proceedings of the 15th Central Hardwood Forest Conference 2006, Feb. 27 - March 1; Knoxville, TN. GTR-SRS-101. Asheville, NC: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Southern Research Station.(PDF)

Guyette, R.P., R. Muzika, and A. Stevenson. 2007. Rotation length based on a time series analysis of timber degrade cause by oak borers. Pages 176-180 In (Buckley, D.S. and Clatterbuck, W.K., Eds.) Proceedings of the 15th Central Hardwood Forest Conference 2006, Feb. 27 - March 1; Knoxville, TN. GTR-SRS-101. Asheville, NC: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Southern Research Station.(PDF)

Stambaugh, M.C., R.P. Guyette, and D.C. Dey. 2007. Forest fuels and landscape-level fire risk assessment of the Ozark Highlands, Missouri. Pages 258-266 In (Buckley, D.S. and Clatterbuck, W.K., Eds.) Proceedings of the 15th Central Hardwood Forest Conference 2006, Feb. 27 - March 1; Knoxville, TN. GTR-SRS-101. Asheville, NC: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Southern Research Station.(PDF)

McMurry, E.R., M.C. Stambaugh, R.P. Guyette, and D.C. Dey. 2007. Fire scars reveal source of New England's 1780 Dark Day. International Journal of Wildland Fire 16(3): 266-270.

Guyette, R.P., M.A. Spetich, and M.C. Stambaugh. 2007. Erratum to "Historic fire regime dynamics and forcing factors in the Boston Mountains, Arkansas, USA" [Forest Ecol. Manage. 234 (2006)293-304]. Forest Ecology and Management 239: 222-223.

2006

Stambaugh, M.C. and R.P. Guyette. 2006. Fire regime of an Ozark Wilderness Area, Arkansas. American Midland Naturalist 156: 237-251.

Guyette, R.P., D.C. Dey, M.C. Stambaugh, R. Muzika. 2006. Fire scars reveal variability and dynamics of eastern fire regimes. In Dickinson, M. B., (ed.) Fire in eastern oak forests: delivering science to land managers, proceedings of a conference; 2005 November 15-17; Columbus, OH. Gen. Tech. Rep. NRS-P-1. Newtown Square, PA: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northern Research Station. 304 p.(PDF)

Voelker, S.L., R. Muzika, R.P. Guyette, and M.C. Stambaugh. 2006. Evidence for historic C02 enhancement of tree-ring growth shows a decline through age in Quercus velutina, Quercus coccinea and Pinus echinata. Ecological Monographs 76(4):549-564.

Guyette, R.P., M.C. Stambaugh, R. Muzika and E.R. McMurry. 2006. Fire history at the southwestern Great Plains margin, Capulin Volcano National Monument. Great Plains Research 16 (Fall 2006):161-172

Stambaugh, M.C., R.P. Guyette, E.R. McMurry, and D.C. Dey. 2006. Fire history at the eastern Great Plains margin, Missouri River loess hills. Great Plains Research 16 (Fall 2006):149-159

Guyette, R.P., M.A. Spetich, and M.C. Stambaugh. 2006. Historic fire regime dynamics and forcing factors in the Boston Mountains, Arkansas, USA. Forest Ecology and Management, 234:293-304.

Guyette, R.P., M.C. Stambaugh, A. Lupo, R. Muzika, and D.C. Dey. 2006. Oak growth in Midwestern North American linked with post-glacial climate epochs in the North Atlantic. PAGES (Past Global Changes) News, 14(2):21-22.(PDF)

Stambaugh, M.C., R.P. Guyette, K. Grabner, and J. Kolaks. 2006. Understanding Ozark forest litter variability through a synthesis of accumulation rates and fire events. Pages 321-332 In (Butler, B.W and Andrews, P.L., comps) Fuels Management- How To Measure Success: Conference Proceedings. 2006, 28-30 March; Portland, OR. Proceedings RMRS-P-41. Fort Collins, CO: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station.(PDF)

2005

Stambaugh, M.C., R.P. Guyette, and C. Putnam. 2005. Fire in the pines: a 341-year history of wildland fire at Big Spring Pines Natural Area, Ozark National Scenic Riverways. Park Science 23(2):43-47.(PDF)

Shlisky, A.J., R.P. Guyette and K.C. Ryan. 2005. Modeling reference conditions to restore altered fire regimes in oak-hickory-pine forests: validating coarse models with local fire history data. Proceedings of the EastFire Conference 2005, Fairfax, Virginia.(DOC)

2004

Guyette, R.P. and M.C. Stambaugh. 2004. Fire history of Panther Cave Hollow (MOFEP 9). Pages 27-39 in SRM 2002: Proceedings of the Savanna/Woodland Symposium, (G. Hartman, S. Holst, and B. Palmer, eds). Missouri Dept. of Conservation Press, Jefferson City, MO.(PDF)

Guyette, R.P., M.C. Stambaugh, and D.C. Dey. 2004. Ancient oak climate proxies from the agricultural heartland. EOS, Transactions, American Geophysical Union 85(46):483.

Guyette, R.P. and M.C. Stambaugh. 2004. Post oak fire scars as a function of diameter, growth, and tree age. Forest Ecology and Management, 198:183-192.(PDF)

Voelker, S.L. 2004. Causes of forest decline and consequences for oak-pine stand dynamics in southeastern Missouri. M.S. Thesis. University of Missouri-Columbia. 260 pp.(PDF)

Muzika, R. and R.P. Guyette. 2004. A dendrochronological analysis of red oak borer abundance. Pages 102-105 in Proceedings of the Upland Oak Ecology Symposium, (M. Spetich, ed.) Gen. Tech. Rep. SRS-73. Asheville, NC: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Southern Research Station. 311 p. (PDF)

Guyette, R.P. and D.C. Dey. 2004. The effects of human abundance on wildland fire, forests, and species abundance. Pages 128-131 in Proceedings of the Upland Oak Ecology Symposium, (M. Spetich, ed.) Gen. Tech. Rep. SRS-73. Asheville, NC: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Southern Research Station. 311 p. (PDF)

Guyette, R.P., Muzika, R., Kabrick, J. and M.C. Stambaugh. 2004. A perspective on Quercus life history characteristics and forest disturbance. Pages 138-142 in Proceedings of the Upland Oak Ecology Symposium, (M. Spetich, ed.) Gen. Tech. Rep. SRS-73. Asheville, NC: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Southern Research Station. 311 p. (PDF)

Dey, D.C., Guyette, R.P. and M.C. Stambaugh. 2004. Fire history of a forest, savanna, and fen mosaic at White Ranch State Forest. Pages 132-137 in Proceedings of the Upland Oak Ecology Symposium, (M. Spetich, ed.) Gen. Tech. Rep. SRS-73. Asheville, NC: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Southern Research Station. 311 p. (PDF)

Stambaugh, M.C. and R. Muzika. 2004. Promoting shortleaf pine: canopy openness and pine regeneration in closed canopy forests. Forestry Research Note, Report #7, Missouri Dept. of Conservation, Jefferson City, MO. (PDF)

Muzika, R.M., R.P. Guyette, T. Zielonka, and A. M. Liebhold. 2004. The influence of O3, NO2 and SO2 on growth of Picea abies and Fagus sylvatica in the Carpathian Mountains. Environmental Pollution 130: 65-71. (PDF)

Stambaugh, M.C. and R.P. Guyette. 2004. Long-term growth and climate response of shortleaf pine. 14th Annual Central Hardwoods Conference Proceedings, Wooster Ohio, March 2004. USDA Forest Service, General Technical Report, GTR-NE-316. pp.448-458. (PDF)

2003

Guyette, R.P. and M.C. Stambaugh. 2003. The age and density of ancient and modern oak wood in streams and sediments. International Association of Wood Anatomists (IAWA) Journal, 24(4):345-353.

Guyette R.P., M.C. Stambaugh, and D.C. Dey. 2003. Fire history in the riparian corridor of the Ozark National Scenic Riverwarys. A report to the National Park Service, Ozark National Scenic Riverways, Van Buren, MO.(PDF)

Guyette, R.P., and Spetich, M.A. 2003. Fire history of oak-pine forests in the Lower Boston Mountains, Arkansas, USA. Forest Ecology and Management, 180:463-474. (PDF)

Guyette, R.P., Dey, D.C. and Stambaugh, M.C. 2003. Fire and Human History of a Barren-Forest Mosaic in Southern Indiana. American Midlands Naturalist, 149:21-34.(PDF)

Dey, D.C., Guyette, R.P., and Stambaugh, M.C. 2003. Ancient woods uncovered. Missouri Conservationist, 64(1). (HTML)

2002

Guyette, R.P., and J. Kabrick. 2002. The legacy and continuity of forest disturbance, succession, and species at the MOFEP sites. In: Proceedings of the second Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Project Symposium: post-treatment results of the landscape experiment (Shifely S.R. and J.M. Kabrick, eds.) October 17-18, 2000. St.Louis, Missouri. USDA GTR NC-227, pp.26-44. (PDF)

Muzika, R.M., Guyette, R.P. Zielonka, T., Liehold, A.M. 2002. The influence of air pollution on tree growth in the Carpathian Mountains. In: Effects of air pollution on forest health and biodiveristy in forests of the Carpathian Mountains. NATO Life Sciences, IOS Press, Amsterdam.

Guyette, R.P., Muzika, R.M., and D.C. Dey. 2002. Dynamics of an anthropogenic fire regime. Ecosystems, 5:472-486.(PDF)

Guyette, R.P.; Cole, W.G.; Dey, D.C.; Muzika, R.M. 2002. Perspectives on the age and distribution of large wood in riparian carbon pools. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, 59:578-585.(PDF)

Dey, D. 2002. Fire history and postsettlement disturbance. Chapter 4 In: McShea, W.J. and Healy, W.M., eds. Oak forest ecosystems: ecology and management for wildlife. Baltimore, MD: The John Hopkins University Press. pp. 46-59.

Dey, D. 2002. The ecological basis for oak silviculture in eastern North America. Chapter 5 In: McShea, W.J. and Healy, W.M., eds. Oak forest ecosystems: ecology and management for wildlife. Baltimore, MD: The John Hopkins University Press. pp. 60-79.

Stambaugh, M.C., R.M. Muzika, R.P. Guyette. 2002. Disturbance characteristics and overstory composition of an old growth shortleaf pine (Pinus echinata Mill.) forest within the Ozark Highlands, Missouri, USA. Natural Areas Journal, 22(2):108-119.

2001

Guyette, R.; Dey, D.C. 2001. Ancient wood uncovered. Missouri Society of American Foresters, Missouri Forestry Newsletter 17(2): 3-4.

Stambaugh, M.C. 2001. Forest canopy gap dynamics in shortleaf pine forests of the Ozark Highlands. M.S. Thesis. University of Missouri-Columbia. 186 pp.

2000

Guyette, R.P. and D.C. Dey, 2000. Humans, topography, and fire: the ingredients for long-term patterns in ecosystems. In: People, fire, and the Central Hardwood Landscape, (D. Yaussey ed.) March 12, Eastern Kentucky University, Richmond KY. (PDF)

Dey, D.C., and R.P. Guyette. 2000. Anthropogenic fire history and red oak forests in south-central Ontario. Forestry Chronicle 76(2):339-347.(PDF)

Dey, D.C., and R.P. Guyette. 2000. Sustaining oak ecosystems in the Central Hardwood Region: lessons from the past continuing the history of disturbance. In Trans. 65th North American Wildlife and Natural Resource Conference (McCabe, R.E.; Loos, S.E., eds.). March 24-28, 2000. Rosemont, IL. Wildlife Management Institute. Washington, D.C. pp. 170-183.(PDF)

Guyette, R.P. and D. Larsen. 2000. A history of anthropogenic and natural disturbances in the area of the Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Project. In: Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Project: Site History, Soils, Landforms, Woody and Herbaceous Vegetation, Down Wood, and Inventory Methods for the Landscape Experiment (Shifely S.R. and B.L. Brookshire, eds.) USDA GTR NC-208, pp. 19-40. (PDF)

1999

Muzika,R.M. and A.M Liebhold. 1999. Changes in radial increment in host and non-host tree species with gypsy moth defoliation. Forest Research, 29:1365-1373.

Guyette, R.P, and B. Cole. 1999. Age characteristics of coarse woody debris (Pinus strobus) in a lake littoral zone. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, 56(3):496-505.

Batek, M.J., A.J. Reburtus, W.A. Schroeder, T.L. Haithcoat, E. Compas, and R.P Guyette. 1999. Reconstruction of early nineteenth century vegetation and fire regimes in the Missouri Ozarks. Journal of Biogeography, 26:397-412.

Guyette, R.P.; Dey, M.; Dey, D.C. 1999. An Ozark fire history. Missouri Conservationist 60(3):4-7. (HTML)

1998

1997

Jenkins, S.E., R.P. Guyette, and A.J. Reburtus. 1997. Vegetation diversity and fire history on Turkey Mountain In: Proceedings 11th Central Hardwood Forest Conference (Pallardy et al. eds.). USDA Forest Service GTR NC-188. (PDF)

Guyette, R.P. and B.E. Cutter. 1997. Fire history, population, and calcium cycling in the Current River Watershed. In: Proceedings 11th Central Hardwood Conference (Pallardy et al. eds.). USDA Forest Service GTR NC-188. (PDF)

Guyette, R.P. and D.C. Dey. 1997. Historic shortleaf pine (Pinus echinata) abundance and fire frequency in a mixed oak-pine forest (MOFEP site 8). In: Proceedings of the Missouri Ozark Forest Ecosystem Project Symposium (B. Brookshire and S. Shifley, eds.). An experimental approach to landscape research. USDA Forest Service GTR NC-193.(PDF)

Guyette, R.; Dey, D.C. 1997. Fire and logging history at Huckleberry Hollow, Shannon County, Missouri. Missouri Dept. of Conservation. Forestry Research Report, No. 1. 10 p.(PDF)

Jenkins, S.E. 1997. Spatial demography of an Ozark savanna. PhD Dissertation, University of Missouri-Columbia. 116 pp.

1996

Guyette R.P., and D. Dey. 1996. A presettlement fire history of an Oak-Pine Forest near Bracebridge, Ontario. Forest Research Report. Ontario Forest Research Institute, Ste. Marie, Canada.

Dey, D.C. and Guyette, R.P. 1996. Fire history near a historic travel corridor in Ontario. Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources, Ontario Forest Research Institute, Forest Research Report No. 140. 9 p.(PDF)

Dey, D.C. and Guyette, R.P. 1996. Early fire history near Papineau Lake, Ontario. Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources, Ontario Forest Research Institute, Forest Research Note. No. 54. 4 p.(PDF)

Dey, D.C. and Guyette, R.P. 1996. Early fire history near Seguin Falls, Ontario. Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources, Ontario Forest Research Institute, Forest Research Note, No. 55. 4 p.(PDF)

1995

Guyette R.P., and D. Dey. 1995. A presettlement fire history of an oak-pine forest near Basin Lake, Algonquin Park, Ontario. Ontario Forest Research Institute, Forest Research Report No. 132. Saulte Ste. Marie, Canada.(PDF)

Guyette, R.P., and D. Dey. 1995. Determinig fire history from old white pine stumps in an oak-pine forest. Ontario Forest Research Institute, Research Report No. 133. Saute Ste. Marie, Canada.(PDF)

Guyette, R.P., and D. Dey. 1995. Age, size, and regeneration of old growth white pine at Dividing Lake Nature Reserve, Algonquin Park, Ontario. Ontario Forest Research Institute, Research Report No. 131. Saute Ste. Marie, Canada.(PDF)

Guyette, R.P. and D. Dey. 1995. A dendrochronological fire history of Opeongo Lookout in Algonquin Park, Ontario. Ontario Forest Research Institute, Forest Research Report, No. 134. Saulte Ste. Marie, Ontario Canada.(PDF)

Guyette, R.P., and D. Dey. 1995. A history of fire, disturbance, and growth in a red oak stand in the Bancroft District, Ontario. Ontario Forest Research, Ontario Forest Research Institute, Forest Research Information Paper No. 119. Saute Ste. Marie, Canada.(PDF)

Guyette, R.P. and C. Rabeni. 1995. Climate response among the rings of fish and trees. Oecologia, 104:272-279.

Dwyer, J.P., B.E. Cutter, and J.J. Wetterhof. 1995. A dendrochronological study of black and scarlet oak decline in the Missouri Ozarks. Forest Ecology and Management. 75:69-75.

1994

Guyette, R.P., and B.E. Cutter. 1994. Barium and manganese trends in tree-rings as monitors of sulfate deposition. Journal of Water, Air, and Soil, 73:213-223.

Guyette, R.P. 1994.A dendrochemicalperspective on the effects of climate change in the Ozark Highlands. In: Mountain environments in changing climates (M. Beniston, ed.). Routledge Pub. Co. London, 484 pp.

Cutter, B.E. and Guyette, R.P. 1994. Fire history of an oak-hickory ridge top in the Missouri Ozarks. American Midlands Naturalist 132:393-398.

Trumbull, V.L., P.C. Dubois, R.J. Brozka, and R.P. Guyette. 1994. Military camping impacts on vegetation and soils of the Ozark Plateau. Journal of Environ. Management, 40:329-339.

1993

Cutter, B.E., and R.P. Guyette. 1993. Factors affecting species choice for dendrochemistry studies. Journal of Environmental Quality, 22:611-619.

1992

Guyette, R.P., B. Cutter and G.S. Henderson. 1992. Reconstructing soil pH from manganese concentrations in tree-rings. Forest Science, 38:727-737.

1991

Guyette, R.P. 1991. Monitoring environmental chemistry with tree rings. Doctoral Dissertation, University of Missouri-Columbia, 154 pp.

Cutter, B.E., K. E. Lowell, and J.P. Dwyer. 1991. Thinning effects on diameter growth in black and scarlet oak as shown by tree ring analyses. Forest Ecology and Management, 43:1-13.

Guyette, R.P., B. Cutter and G.S. Henderson. Inorganic concentrations in the wood of eastern redcedar grown on different sites. Wood and Fiber, Science 24:133-140.

Guyette, R.P., B. Cutter and G.S. Henderson. 1991. Long-term correlations between mining activity and levels of lead and cadmium in tree-rings of redcedar. Journal of Environmental Quality, 20:146-150.

Guyette, R.P. and B.E. Cutter. 1991. Tree-ring analysis of fire history of a post oak savanna in the Missouri Ozarks. Natural Areas Journal, 11:93-99.

1990

Cutter, B.E., and R.P. Guyette. 1990. A note on sap pH in eastern redcedar. Wood and Fiber, 22:109-112.

1989

Guyette, R.P., B. Cutter and G.S. Henderson. 1989. Long-term changes in molybdenum and sulfur concentrations in redcedar tree-rings. Journal of Environmental Quality, 18:385-389.

1986

Guyette, R.P., and E.A. McGinnes. 1986. Potential in using elemental concentrations in radial increments of old growth eastern redcedar to examine the chemical history of the environment. Pages 671-680 In: Proceedings of the International Symposium on Ecological Aspects of Tree-Ring Analysis / compiled by G.C. Jacoby, J.W. Hornbeck. U.S. Department of Energy, Office of Energy Research, Washington, DC.

1982

Guyette, R.P. and E.A. McGinnes. 1982. Fire history of an Ozark Glade. Transactions of the Missouri Academy of Science, 16:85-93.

1980

Guyette, R.P., E.A. McGinnes, K. Evans and G. Probasco. 1980. A climate history of Boone County, Missouri from a tree-ring analysis of eastern redcedar. Wood and Fiber, 12:17-26.

1977

McGinnes, E.A. 1977. Wood anatomy after tree injury. Missouri Agricultural Experiment Station Research Bulletin 1025. University of Missouri-Columbia. 35 pp.

1975

McGinnes, E.A., and A.L. Shigo. 1975. A note on effects of wounds on heartwood formation in white oak (Quercus alba L). Wood and Fiber 6(4):327331.

Phelps, J.E., E.A. McGinnes, and P. J-Y. Lieu. 1975. Anatomy of xylem tissue formation associated with radial seams and cracks in black oak. Wood Science 8(1):397-405.

1973

Kuo, M-L., and E.A. McGinnes. 1973. Variation of anatomical structure of false rings in Eastern red cedar. Wood Science 5:205210.

1969

McGinnes, E.A., S.A. Kandeel, and P.S. Szopa. 1969. Frequency and selected anatomical features of included sapwood in eastern red cedar. Wood Science 2(2): 100-106.

1968

McGinnes, E.A. 1968. Extent of shake in black walnut. Forest Products Journal 18(5): 80-82.