D'Amato, A. W., C. W. Woodall, A. R. Weiskittel, C. E. Littlefield, and L. T. Murray. 2022. Carbon conundrums: Do United States' current carbon market baselines represent an undesirable ecological threshold? Global Change Biology 28:3991-3994.
Littlefield, C. E., and A. W. D'Amato. 2022. Identifying trade-offs and opportunities for forest carbon and wildlife using a climate change adaptation lens. Conservation Science and Practice 4:e12631.
Clark, P. W., A. W. D'Amato, K. S. Evans, P. G. Schaberg, and C. W. Woodall. 2022. Ecological memory and regional context influence performance of adaptation plantings in northeastern US temperate forests. Journal of Applied Ecology 59:314-329.
Grinde, A. R., M. B. Youngquist, R. A. Slesak, S. R. Kolbe, J. D. Bednar, B. J. Palik, and A. W. D'Amato. 2022. Potential impacts of emerald ash borer and adaptation strategies on wildlife communities in black ash wetlands. Ecological Applications 32:e2567.
D’Amato, A. W., and B. J. Palik. 2021. Building on the last “new” thing: exploring the compatibility of ecological and adaptation silviculture. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 51:172-180.
Rogers, N. S., A. W. D’Amato, and W. B. Leak. 2021. Long-term evolution of composition and structure after repeated group selection over eight decades. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 51:1080-1091.
Nevins, M. T., A. W. D'Amato, and J. R. Foster. 2021. Future forest composition under a changing climate and adaptive forest management in southeastern Vermont, USA. Forest Ecology and Management 479:118527.
Andrews, C. M., A. W. D'Amato, S. Fraver, B. Palik, M. A. Battaglia, and J. B. Bradford. 2020. Low stand density moderates growth declines during hot droughts in semi-arid forests. Journal of Applied Ecology 57:1089-1102.
Curzon, M. T., C. C. Kern, S. C. Baker, B. J. Palik, and A. W. D’Amato. 2020. Retention forestry influences understory diversity and functional identity. Ecological Applications 30:e02097.