Pennington, V.E.*, K.A. Palmquist, J.B. Bradford & W.K. Lauenroth. Climate and soil texture influence patterns of forb species richness and composition in big sagebrush plant communities across their spatial extent in the western US. Plant Ecology 218: 957-970.
* Denotes student author
Reeves, M.C., M.E. Manning, J.P. DiBenedetto, K.A. Palmquist, W.K. Lauenroth, J.B. Bradford, & D.R. Schlaepfer. 2017. Chapter 7: Effects of climate change on rangeland vegetation in the Northern Rockies mountains. Pgs 97-114. In: Halofsky, J.E.; Peterson, D.L.; Dante-Wood, S.K.; Hoang, L.; Ho, J.J.; Joyce, L.A., editors. Climate change vulnerability and adaptation in the Northern Rocky Mountains. Fort Collins, CO: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station.
Palmquist, K.A., R. K. Peet & S.C. Carr. Xeric Longleaf Pine Vegetation of the Atlantic and East Gulf Coastal Plain: an Evaluation and Revision of Associations within the U.S. National Vegetation Classification. Proceedings of the US National Vegetation Classification 1(1): 1-70.
Jordan, S.E.*,K.A. Palmquist, J.B. Bradford & W.K. Lauenroth. Soil water availability shapes species richness in dryland plant communities. Ecology.
Lindquist, L.W.*,K.A. Palmquist, S.E. Jordan* & W.K. Lauenroth. Climate change impacts on groundwater recharge in Wyoming big sagebrush ecosystems are contingent on elevation. Western North American Naturalist.
Lopez, B.E., K.R. Burgio, M.B. Carlucci, K.A. Palmquist, A. Parada, V.P. Weinberger & A.H. Hurlbert. A new framework for inferring community assembly processes using phylogenetic information, relevant traits and environmental gradients. One Ecosystem 1: 1-24.
Peet, R.K., K.A. Palmquist, T.R. Wentworth, M.P. Schafale, A.S. Weakley & M.T. Lee. Carolina Vegetation Survey: an initiative to improve regional implementation of the U.S. National Vegetation Classification. Phytocoenologia 48(2): 171-179 (invited paper).
Rottler, C.M.*, I.C. Burke, K.A. Palmquist, J.B. Bradford & W.K. Lauenroth. Reclamation after oil and gas development does not speed up succession or plant community recovery in big sagebrush ecosystems in Wyoming. Restoration Ecology 26: 114-123.
Palmquist, K.A., R.K. Peet & S.R. Mitchell. Scale-dependent responses of longleaf pine vegetation to fire frequency and environmental context across two decades. Journal of Ecology 103: 998-1008.
Accepted with minor revisions
Pennington, V.E.*, J.B. Bradford, K.A. Palmquist & W.K. Lauenroth. Patterns of big sagebrush community composition and stand structure in the Western US. Rangeland Ecology and Management.
Palmquist, K.A., J.B. Bradford, T.E. Martyn*, D.R. Schlaepfer & W.K. Lauenroth. STEPWAT2: an individual-based model for exploring the impact of climate and disturbance on dryland plant communities. Ecosphere 9 (8): e02394.
Palmquist, K.A., D.R. Schlaepfer, J.B. Bradford & W.K. Lauenroth. Spatial and ecological variation in dryland ecohydrological responses to climate change: implications for management. Ecosphere 7(11): e01590.
Palmquist, K.A., R.K. Peet & A.S. Weakley. Reduced fire frequency and long-term drought drive species loss in one of the most species-rich longleaf pine savannas in the United States. Journal of Vegetation Science 25:1426-1437.
Mitchell, S.R.,K.A. Palmquist, S. Cohen & N.L. Christensen. Patterns of vegetation composition and diversity in pine-dominated ecosystems of the lower Coastal Plain of North Carolina: Implications for ecosystem restoration. Forest Ecology and Management 356: 64-73.
Tessel, S.M., K.A. Palmquist & R.K. Peet. Species-Area Relationships. In Oxford Bibliographies Online: Ecology. Ed. David Gibson. New York: Oxford University Press.
Coyle, J.R., F.W. Halliday, B.E. Lopez, K.A. Palmquist, P.A. Wilfahrt & A.H. Hurlbert. Using trait and phylogenetic diversity to evaluate the generality of the stress-dominance hypothesis in eastern North American tree communities. Ecography 37: 1-13. Editor's choice.
Plant Ecology at Marshall University
Pennington, V.E.*, J.B. Bradford, D.R. Schlaepfer, J.L. Beck, K.A. Palmquist & W.K. Lauenroth. Sagebrush, greater sage-grouse, and the occurrence and importance of forbs. Western North American Naturalist 76(3): 298-312.
Peet, R.K., K.A. Palmquist & S.M. Tessel. Herbaceous layer species richness of southeastern forests and woodlands: patterns and causes. In: F.S. Gilliam and M.R. Roberts, eds. The herbaceous layer in forests of Eastern North America, Chapter 10, Second edition. Oxford University Press, New York, New York. Pages 255-276.
Palmquist, K.A., D.R. Schlaepfer, J.B. Bradford & W.K. Lauenroth. Mid-latitude shrub steppe plant communities: Climate change consequences for soil water resources. Ecology 97(9): 2342-2354.
Martyn, T.*, C.W. Beltz*, K.A. Palmquist, V.E. Pennington*, C.M. Rottler* & W.K. Lauenroth. Daubenmire versus line-point intercept: a response to Thacker et al (2015). Rangelands 37(4): 158-160.