Michael Jenkins
Michael Jenkins
Forestry and Natural Resources Purdue University
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Microclimate moderates plant responses to macroclimate warming
P De Frenne, F Rodríguez-Sánchez, DA Coomes, L Baeten, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 110 (46), 18561-18565, 2013
Woody invaders and the challenges they pose to forest ecosystems in the eastern United States
CR Webster, MA Jenkins, S Jose
Journal of Forestry 104 (7), 366-374, 2006
Composition and diversity of woody vegetation in silvicultural openings of southern Indiana forests
MA Jenkins, GR Parker
Forest ecology and management 109 (1-3), 57-74, 1998
Long-term response of spring flora to chronic herbivory and deer exclusion in Great Smoky Mountains National Park, USA
CR Webster, MA Jenkins, JH Rock
Biological Conservation 125 (3), 297-307, 2005
The influence of drought on red oak group species growth and mortality in the Missouri Ozarks
MA Jenkins, SG Pallardy
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 25 (7), 1119-1127, 1995
Combining biodiversity resurveys across regions to advance global change research
K Verheyen, P De Frenne, L Baeten, DM Waller, R Hédl, MP Perring, ...
BioScience 67 (1), 73-83, 2017
Promoting and maintaining diversity in contemporary hardwood forests: Confronting contemporary drivers of change and the loss of ecological memory
CR Webster, YL Dickinson, JI Burton, LE Frelich, MA Jenkins, CC Kern, ...
Forest Ecology and Management 421, 98-108, 2018
Forest degradation deepens around and within protected areas in East Asia
L Tang, G Shao, Z Piao, L Dai, MA Jenkins, S Wang, G Wu, J Wu, J Zhao
Biological Conservation 143 (5), 1295-1298, 2010
Influence of calcium, potassium, and magnesium on Cornus florida L. density and resistance to dogwood anthracnose
EJ Holzmueller, S Jose, MA Jenkins
Plant and Soil 290, 189-199, 2007
Vegetation communities of Great Smoky Mountains national park
MA Jenkins
Southeastern Naturalist 6 (sp2), 35-56, 2007
Cornus florida L. mortality and understory composition changes in western Great Smoky Mountains National Park
MA Jenkins, PS White
Journal of the Torrey Botanical Society, 194-206, 2002
Composition and diversity of ground-layer vegetation in silvicultural openings of southern Indiana forests
MA Jenkins, GR Parker
The American Midland Naturalist 142 (1), 1-16, 1999
Early impacts of hemlock woolly adelgid in Tsuga canadensis forest communities of the southern Appalachian Mountains1
KJ Krapfl, EJ Holzmueller, MA Jenkins
The Journal of the Torrey Botanical Society 138 (1), 93-106, 2011
Drought–herbivory interaction disrupts competitive displacement of native plants by Microstegium vimineum, 10-year results
CR Webster, JH Rock, RE Froese, MA Jenkins
Oecologia 157, 497-508, 2008
Coarse woody debris dynamics in the southern Appalachians as affected by topographic position and anthropogenic disturbance history
CR Webster, MA Jenkins
Forest Ecology and Management 217 (2-3), 319-330, 2005
Dogwood anthracnose in eastern hardwood forests: what is known and what can be done?
E Holzmueller, S Jose, M Jenkins, A Camp, A Long
Journal of Forestry 104 (1), 21-26, 2006
Coarse woody debris in managed central hardwood forests of Indiana, USA
MA Jenkins, CR Webster, GR Parker, MA Spetich
Forest Science 50 (6), 781-792, 2004
The response of herbaceous-layer vegetation to anthropogenic disturbance in intermittent stream bottomland forests of southern Indiana, USA
MA Jenkins, GR Parker
Plant Ecology 151 (2), 223-237, 2000
Herbaceous layer response to 17 years of controlled deer hunting in forested natural areas
LH Jenkins, MA Jenkins, CR Webster, PA Zollner, JM Shields
Biological Conservation 175, 119-128, 2014
A field test of herbaceous plant indicators of deer browsing intensity in mesic hardwood forests of Indiana, USA.
CR Webster, MA Jenkins, GR Parker
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