Bolton, N. W., and A. W. D’Amato. 2019. Herbaceous vegetation responses to gap size within natural disturbance-based silvicultural systems in northeastern Minnesota, USA. Forests 10:111.
Carter, D. R., R. A. Slesak, T. B. Harrington, D. H. Peter, and A. W. D’Amato. 2019. Scotch broom (Cytisus scoparius) modifies microenvironment to promote nonnative plant communities. Biological Invasions 21:1055-1073.
Heuss, M., A. W. D'Amato, and K. J. Dodds. 2019. Northward expansion of southern pine beetle generates significant alterations to forest structure and composition of globally rare Pinus rigida forests. Forest Ecology and Management 434:119-130.
Lewandowski, T. E., J. A. Forrester, D. J. Mladenoff, A. W. D'Amato, D. S. A. Fassnacht, E. Padley, and K. J. Martin. 2019. Do biological legacies moderate the effects of forest harvesting on soil microbial community composition and soil respiration. Forest Ecology and Management 432:298-308.
Murray, H. F., and A. W. D'Amato. 2019. Stand dynamics and structure of two primary Champlain Valley clayplain forests, Vermont. Northeastern Naturalist 26:95-115.
Palik, B. J., and A. W. D’Amato. 2019. Variable retention harvesting in Great Lakes mixed-pine forests: emulating a natural model in managed ecosystems. Ecological Processes 8:16.
Reuling, L. F., A. W. D’Amato, B. J. Palik, K. J. Martin, and D. S. A. Fassnacht. 2019. Initial tree regeneration response to natural-disturbance-based silviculture in second-growth northern hardwood forests. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 49:628-639.
Santoro, J. A., and A. W. D'Amato. 2019. Structural, compositional, and functional responses to tornado and salvage logging disturbance in southern New England hemlock-hardwood forests. Forest Ecology and Management 444:138-150.
Vickers, L. A., W. H. McWilliams, B. O. Knapp, A. W. D'Amato, M. R. Saunders, S. R. Shifley, J. M. Kabrick, D. C. Dey, D. R. Larsen, and J. A. Westfall. 2019. Using a tree seedling mortality budget as an indicator of landscape-scale forest regeneration security. Ecological Indicators 96:718-727.