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Water Level Decline Promotes Typha X glauca Establishment and Vegetation Change in Great Lakes Coastal Wetlands. Wetlands. 30(6):1085-1096.. 2010.
Typha invasion associated with reduced aquatic macroinvertebrate abundance in northern Lake Huron coastal wetlands. Journal of Great Lakes Research. 42(6):1412-1419.. 2016.
Reconstructing plant invasions using historical aerial imagery and pollen core analysis: Typha in the Laurentian Great Lakes. Diversity and Distributions. 19(1):14-28.. 2013.
Mechanisms of dominance by the invasive hybrid cattail Typha × glauca. Biological Invasions. 14. 2012.
Mechanical Harvesting Effectively Controls Young Typha spp. Invasion and Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Data Enhances Post-treatment Monitoring. Frontiers in Plant Science. 831315671683433672843319314918389302912489816422430302319361088311696037119153711652813211924193674181793422. 2017.
Herbicide management of invasive cattail (Typha × glauca) increases porewater nutrient concentrations. Wetlands Ecology and Management.. 2015.
Effects of experimental harvesting of an invasive hybrid cattail on wetland structure and function. Restoration Ecology. 27(2):389-398.. 2019.
Effects of experimental harvesting of an invasive hybrid cattail on wetland structure and function. Restoration Ecology. 36(21). 2018.
Denitrification in a Laurentian Great Lakes coastal wetland invaded by hybrid cattail (Typha × glauca). Aquatic Sciences. 76:483-495.. 2014.
Biomass harvest of invasive Typha promotes plant diversity in a Great Lakes coastal wetland. Restoration Ecology. :1-10.. 2015.
Appropriation of nitrogen by the invasive cattail Typha×glauca. Aquatic Botany. 100:62-66.. 2012.