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Causes and consequences of species diversity in forest ecosystems
Ellison, A. M., & Gilliam, F. S. (Eds.). (2019). Causes and consequences of species diversity in forest ecosystems: Special Issue. Forests.
Nitrogen fertilization interacts with light to increase Rubus spp. cover in a temperate forest
Walker, C. A., Raiff, D. T., Burnham, M. B., Gilliam, F. S., Adams, M. B., & Peterjohn, W. T. (2016). Nitrogen fertilization interacts with light to increase Rubus spp. cover in a temperate forest. Plant Ecology, 217, 421-430. doi:10.1007/s11258-016-0583-z
Non-random species loss in a forest herbaceous layer following nitrogen addition
Walter, C. A., Adams, M. B., Gilliam, F. S., & Peterjohn, W. (2017). Non-random species loss in a forest herbaceous layer following nitrogen addition. Ecology, 98(9), 2322-2332.
A reference-based approach for estimating leaf area and cover in the forest herbaceous layer
Walter, C. A., Burnham, M. B., Gilliam, F. S., & Peterjohn, W. T. (2015). A reference-based approach for estimating leaf area and cover in the forest herbaceous layer. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment, 187(10). doi:10.1007/s10661-015-4878-7
Potential vulnerability of 348 herbaceous species to atmospheric deposition of nitrogen and sulfur in the United States
Clark, C. M., Simkin, S. M., Allen, E. B., Bowman, W. D., Belnap, J., Brooks, M. L., Collins, S. L., Geiser, L. H., Gilliam, F. S., Jovan, S. E., Pardo, L. H., Schulz, B. K., Stevens, C. J., Suding, K. N., Throop, H. L., & Waller, D. M. (2019). Potential vulnerability of 348 herbaceous species to atmospheric deposition of nitrogen and sulfur in the United States. Nature Plants, 5, 697-705. doi:10.1038/s41477-019-0442-8
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Decreased atmospheric nitrogen deposition in eastern North America: Predicted responses of forest ecosystems
Gilliam, F. S., Burns, D. A., Driscoll, C. T., Frey, S. D., Lovett, G. M., & Watmough, S. A. (2019). Decreased atmospheric nitrogen deposition in eastern North America: Predicted responses of forest ecosystems. Environmental Pollution, 244, 560-574. doi:10.1016/j.envpol.2018.09.135
Response of temperate forest ecosystems under decreased nitrogen deposition
Gilliam, F. S. (2021). Response of temperate forest ecosystems under decreased nitrogen deposition: Research challenges and opportunities. Forests, 12. doi:10.3390/f12040509
A novel mechanism to explain success of invasive herbaceous species at the expense of natives in eastern hardwood forests
Gilliam, F. S. (2016). A novel mechanism to explain success of invasive herbaceous species at the expense of natives in eastern hardwood forests. The New Phytologist, 209, 451-453.
Forest ecosystems of temperate climatic regions
Gilliam, F. S. (2016). Forest ecosystems of temperate climatic regions: from ancient use to climate change. The New Phytologist, 212, 871-887. doi:10.1111/nph.14255
Twenty-five-year response of the herbaceous layer of a temperate hardwood forest to elevated nitrogen deposition
Gilliam, F. S., Turrill Welch, N., Hockenberry Phillips, A., Billmyer, J. H., Peterjohn, W. T., Fowler, Z. K., Walter, C. A., Burnham, M. B., May, J. d., & Adams, M. B. (2016). Twenty-five-year response of the herbaceous layer of a temperate hardwood forest to elevated nitrogen deposition. Ecosphere (Washington, DC), 7(4). doi:10.1002/ecs2.1250
Variation in vegetation and microbial linkages with slope aspect in a montane temperate hardwood forest
Gilliam, F. S., Hédl, R., Chudomelová, M., McCulley, R. L., & Nelson, J. A. (2014). Variation in vegetation and microbial linkages with slope aspect in a montane temperate hardwood forest. Ecosphere (Washington, DC), 5(5), Article 66. doi:10. 1890/ES13-00379.1
Variation with slope aspect in effects of temperature on nitrogen mineralization and nitrification in mineral soil of mixed hardwood forests
Gilliam, F. S., Galloway, J. E., & Sarmiento, J. S. (2015). Variation with slope aspect in effects of temperature on nitrogen mineralization and nitrification in mineral soil of mixed hardwood forests. Canadian Journal of Forest Research, 45(7). doi:10.1139/cjfr-2015-0087
Nitrogen (N) dynamics in the mineral soil of a Central Appalachian Hardwood Forest during a quarter century of whole-watershed N additions
Gilliam, F. S., Walter, C. A., Adams, M. B., & Peterjohn, W. T. (2018). Nitrogen (N) dynamics in the mineral soil of a Central Appalachian Hardwood Forest during a quarter century of whole-watershed N additions. Ecosystems, 21, 1489-1504. doi:10.1007/s10021-018-0234-4
Effects of excess nitrogen on biogeochemistry of a temperate hardwood forest:
Gilliam, F. S., Billmyer, J. H., Walter, C. A., & Peterjohn, W. T. (2016). Effects of excess nitrogen on biogeochemistry of a temperate hardwood forest:: Evidence of nutrient redistribution by a forest understory species. Atmospheric Environment, 146, 261-270. doi:10.1016/j.atmosenv.2016.04.007
Impacts of tropical cyclones on longleaf pine ecosystems of Florida
Gilliam, F. S. (2021). Impacts of tropical cyclones on longleaf pine ecosystems of Florida: Tropical cyclogenesis, landfall frequencies, and climate change, 1-9.
Response of soil fertility to 25 years of experimental acidification in a temperate hardwood forest
Gilliam, F. S., Adams, M. B., & Peterjohn, W. T. (2020). Response of soil fertility to 25 years of experimental acidification in a temperate hardwood forest. Journal of Environmental Quality, 49(4), 961-972. doi:10.1002/jeq2.20113
The University of West Florida campus ecosystem study
Gilliam, F. S., Detzel, S. J., Bray, K. D., & Major, E. A. (2021). The University of West Florida campus ecosystem study: the college/university campus as a unit for study of the ecology of longleaf pine. Urban Ecosystems. doi:10.1007/s11252-021-01103-9
The University of West Florida campus ecosystem study
Gilliam, F. S., Harmon, E. E., & Boyles, S. C. (2020). The University of West Florida campus ecosystem study: gopher tortoise and longleaf pine populations in an urban interface. Urban Ecosystems, 23, 355-362. doi:10.1007/s11252-020-00932-4
Excess nitrogen in temperate forest ecosystems decreases herbaceous layer diversity and shifts control from soil to canopy structure
Gilliam, F. S. (2019). Excess nitrogen in temperate forest ecosystems decreases herbaceous layer diversity and shifts control from soil to canopy structure. Forests, 10(1). doi:10.3390/f10010066

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