|Project Title||Investigators||Funding agency||Years active|
|PROPHET - CABINEX : Atmospheric Chemistry Impacts of Coupled Forest Succession and Climate Change||Mary Anne Carroll, Steven Bertman, Paul Shepson||NSF||2008 to 2010|
|Modeling Hydrodynamic Stress Limitations on Transpiration||Ashley Matheny, Gil Bohrer||NSF Project 60019617||2008 to 2012|
|Phylogeography of Michigan pitcher plants and their microbial communities||Maggie Koopman||2010|
|Science in the Wild: An Ethnographic Study of the Material Culture of Ecology||Sam Schulte||The University of Chicago||2010|
|Long-term monitoring of trophic status of Douglas Lake||Kristi Judd||2010|
Forest structure in space and time: Biotic and abiotic determinants of canopy complexity and their effects on net primary productivity. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology. 2018;250-251:181-191.
Moderate Disturbance Has Similar Effects on Production Regardless of Site Quality and Composition. Forests. 2018;95067Volume 32(2):70.
Tree taxa and pyrolysis temperature interact to control pyrogenic organic matter induced native soil organic carbon priming. Soil Biology and Biochemistry. 2018;119:174-183.
Shifting conceptions of complexity in forest management and silviculture. Forest Ecology and Management. 2018.
Ubiquitous influence of wildfire emissions and secondary organic aerosol on summertime atmospheric aerosol in the forested Great Lakes region. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics. 2018;18(5):3701-3715.