39.  Kashian, D.M.*, L.S. Bauer, B.A. Spei, J.J. Duan, and J.R. Gould.  2018.  Potential impacts of emerald ash borer biocontrol on ash health and recovery in southeastern Michigan.  Forests 9, 296.  pdf

38.  Gustafson, E.J., B.R. Sturtevant, A.M.G. de Bruijn, N. Lichti, D.F. Jacobs, D.M. Kashian, B.R. Miranda, and P.A. Townsend.  2018.  Forecasting effects of tree species reintroduction strategies on carbon stocks in a future without historical analog.  Global Change Biology 24: 5500-5517.  pdf

37.  Spei, B.A., and D.M. Kashian*.  2018.  Age and structure of a Picea mariana stand at the southernmost extent of its range in southern Michigan.  Great Lakes Botanist 57: 2-14.  pdf

36.  Tucker, M.M., and D.M. Kashian*.  2018.  Pre-fire forest remnants affect post-fire plant community structure and composition.  Forest Ecology and Management 408: 103-111.  pdf

35.  Kashian, D.M.*, J.R. Sosin, P.W. Huber, M.M. Tucker, and J. Dombrowski.  2017.  A neutral modeling approach for designing spatially heterogeneous jack pine plantations in northern Lower Michigan, USA. Landscape Ecology 32: 1117-1131.  pdf

34.  Spei, B.A., and D.M. Kashian*.  2017.  Potential for persistence of blue ash in the presence of emerald ash borer in southeastern Michigan.  Forest Ecology and Management 392: 137-143. pdf

33.  Costanza, K.K.L., W.H. Livingston, D.M. Kashian, R.A. Slesak, J.C. Tardiff, J.P. Drech, A.K. Diamond, J.J.Daigle, D.J. Ranco, N.W. Siegert, J. Neptune, L. Benedict, S. Fraver, and M. Reinikainen.  2017.  The precarious state of a cultural keystone species: Biological and tribal assessments of the role and future of black ash.  Journal of Forestry, 115: 435-446.  pdf

32.  Tucker, M.M., R.G. Corace III, D.T. Cleland, and D.M. Kashian*.  2016.  Long term effects of managing for an endangered songbird on the heterogeneity of a fire-prone landscape.  Landscape Ecology 31: 2445-2458.  pdf

31.  Kashian, D.M.*  2016.  Sprouting and seed production may promote persistence of green ash in the presence of the emerald ash borer.  Ecosphere 7: e01332.  pdf

30.  Corace III, R.G., J.L. Korte, and D.M. Kashian*.  2016.  Upland sandpiper: A flagship for jack pine barrens restoration in the Lake States?  Ecological Restoration 34: 49-60.  pdf

29.  Shartell, L.M., R.G. Corace III, A.J. Storer, and D.M. Kashian.  2015.  Broad and local-scale patterns of exotic earthworm functionla groups in forests of National Wildlfie Refuges of the Upper Midwest, USA.  Biological Invasions 17: 3591-3607.  pdf

28.  Binkley, D., and D.M. Kashian.  2015.  Tree-level patterns of lodgepole pine growth and leaf area in Yellowstone National Park: explaining anomalous patterns of growth dominance within stands.  Ecosystems 18: 251-259.  pdf

27.  Sinclair, J.P., D.M. Kashian, J.B. Bradford, and D.C. Freeman.  2015.  Variation in fractall symmetry of annual growth in aspen as an indicator of developmental stability in trees.  Symmetry-Basel 7: 354-364.  pdf

26.  de Bruijn, A., E.J. Gustafson, D.M. Kashian, H.J. Dalgleish, B.R. Sturtevant, and D.F. Jacobs.  2014.  Decomposiiton rates of American chestnut (Castanea dentata) wood and implications for coarse woody debris carbon pools.  Canadian Journal of Forest Research 44: 1575-1585.  pdf

25.  Cullinane-Anthony, B.L., N.E. Seefelt, R.G. Corace, D.M. Kashian, and T.M. Gehring.  2014.  Influence of residual forest patches on post-fire bird diversity patterns in jack pine-dominated ecosystems of northern Lower Michigan.  Forest Ecology and Management 331: 93-103.  pdf

24.  Corace, R.G., L.M. Shartell, P.C. Goebel, D.M. Kashian, I. Drobyshev, and D.M. Hix.  2014.  Bird communities of reference and altered mixed-pine forests: implications for restoring fire-dependent forest ecosystems.  Forest Ecology and Management 318: 183-193.  pdf

23.  Schneider, V.P., and D.M. Kashian.*  2014.  Immediate herpetofaunal responses to prescribed burning in wetlands of southeastern Michigan.  Ecological Restoration 32: 144-152.  pdf

22.  Dodge, W.B. and D.M. Kashian*.  2013.  Recent distribution of coyotes across an urban landscape in southeastern Michigan.  Journal of Fish and Wildlife Management 4: 377-385.  pdf

21.  Kulakowski, D., M.W. Kaye, and D.M. Kashian.  2013.  Long-term aspen cover change in the western US.  Forest Ecology and Management 299: 52-59.  pdf

20.  Kashian, D.M.*, W.H. Romme, D.B. Tinker, M.G. Turner, and M.G. Ryan.  2013.  Post-fire changes in forest carbon storage over a 300-year chronosequence of Pinus contorta-dominated forests.  Ecological Monographs 83: 49-66.  pdf

19.  Kashian, D.M.*, R.G. Corace, L.M. Shartell, D. Donner, and P. Huber.  2012.  Variability and persistence of post-fire biological legacies in jack pine-dominated forests of northern Lower Michigan.  Forest Ecology and Management 263: 148–158.  pdf

18.  Corace, R.G., L.M. Shartell, L.A. Schulte, W.L. Brininger, M.K.D. McDowell, and D.M. Kashian*.  2012.  An ecoregional context for forest management on National Wildlife Refuges of the Upper Midwest, U.S.A.  Environmental Management 49: 359-371.  pdf 

17.  Hicke, J.A., C.D. Allen, A.R. Desai, M.C. Dietze, R.J. Hall, E.T. Hogg, D.M. Kashian, D. Moore, K. Raffa, R. Sturrock, and J. Vogelmann. 2012.  Effects of biotic disturbances on forest carbon cycling in the United States and Canada.  Global Change Biology 18: 7-34.  pdf 

16.  Kashian, D.M., R.M. Jackson, and H.D. Lyons.  2011.  Forest structure altered by mountain pine beetle outbreaks affects subsequent attack in a Wyoming lodgepole pine forest, USA. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 41: 2403-2412.  pdf 

15.  Kashian, D.M.*, and J.A. Witter.  2011.  Assessing the potential for ash canopy tree replacement via current regeneration following emerald ash borer-caused mortality on southeastern Michigan landscapes.  Forest Ecology and Management 261: 480-488.  pdf

14.  Smithwick, E.A.H., D.M. Kashian, M.G. Ryan, and M.G. Turner.  2009.  Long-term nitrogen storage and soil nitrogen availability in post-fire lodgepole pine ecosystems.  Ecosystems 12: 792-806.  pdf

13.  Smithwick, E.A.H., M.G. Ryan, D.M. Kashian, W.H. Romme, D.B. Tinker, and M.G. Turner.  2009.  Modeling the effects of fire and climate change on carbon and nitrogen storage in lodgepole pine (Pinus contorta) stands.  Global Change Biology 15: 535-548.  pdf 

12.  Kashian, D.M.*, W.H. Romme, and C.M. Regan.  2007.  Reconciling divergent interpretations of quaking aspen decline on the northern Colorado Front Range.  Ecological Applications 17: 1296-1311.  pdf

11.  Binkley, D., D.M. Kashian, S. Boyden, M.W. Kaye, J.B. Bradford, M.A. Arthur, P.J. Fornwalt, and M.G. Ryan.  2006.  Patterns of growth dominance in forests of the Rocky Mountains, U.S.A.  Forest Ecology and Management 236: 193-201pdf

10.  Schoennagel, T., M.G. Turner, D.M. Kashian, and A. Fall. 2006. Influence of fire regimes on lodgepole pine stand age and density across the Yellowstone National Park (USA) landscape. Landscape Ecology 21:1281-1296.  pdf

9.  Kashian, D.M.*, W.H. Romme, D.B. Tinker, M.G. Turner, and M.G. Ryan.  2006.  Carbon storage on landscapes with stand-replacing fires.  Bioscience 56: 598-606.  pdf

8.  Kashian, D.M.*, M.G. Turner, W.H. Romme, and C.G. Lorimer.  2005.  Variability and convergence in stand structural development on a fire-dominated subalpine landscape.  Ecology 86: 643-654.  pdf

7.  Kashian, D.M.*, M.G. Turner, and W.H. Romme. 2005. Variability in leaf area and stemwood increment along a 300-year lodgepole pine chronosequence. Ecosystems 8: 48-61.  pdf

6.  Kashian, D.M.*, D.B. Tinker, M.G. Turner, and F.L. Scarpace.  2004.  Spatial heterogeneity of lodgepole pine sapling densities following the 1988 fires in Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming, U.S.A.  Canadian Journal of Forest Research 34: 2263-2276.  pdf

5.  Turner, M.G., D.B. Tinker, W.H. Romme, D.M. Kashian, and C.M. Litton. 2004. Landscape patterns of sapling density, leaf area, and aboveground net primary production in postfire lodgepole pine forests, Yellowstone National Park (USA).  Ecosystems 7: 751-775.  pdf

4.  Kashian, D.M.*, B.V. Barnes, and W.S. Walker. 2003. Ecological species groups of landform-level ecosystems dominated by jack pine in northern Lower Michigan, USA. Plant Ecology 166: 75-91.  pdf

3.  Walker, W.S., B.V. Barnes, and D.M. Kashian. 2003. Landscape ecosystems of the Mack Lake burn, northern Lower Michigan, and the occurrence of the Kirtland's warbler.  Forest Science 49: 119-139.  pdf

2.  Kashian, D.M.*, B.V. Barnes, and W.S. Walker. 2003. Landscape ecosystems of northern Lower Michigan and the occurrence and management of the Kirtland’s warbler. Forest Science 49: 140-159.  pdf

1.  Kashian, D.M.*, and B.V. Barnes. 2000. Landscape influence on the spatial and temporal distribution of the Kirtland’s warbler at the Bald Hill burn, northern Lower Michigan, U.S.A. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 30: 1985-1904.  pdf

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