Publications

The Institute communicates its scientific and educational information in a number of ways. One major outlet is peer-reviewed publications and reports.  Cary Institute staff regularly publish in the best-rated journals in their respective fields.

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J. M. Griffin, “The landscape pathology of beech bark disease in the Catskill Mountains, NY: The effects of land use history on disease progression, and the response of sugar maple to beech decline”, 2005.
B. J. Goodwin, “Landscape connectivity: the interaction between insect movements and landscape spatial structure”, 2000.
D. J. Gulbransen, “Gracilaria vermiculophylla in the Virginia Coastal Bays: Documenting the Distribution and Effects of a Non-Native Species”, 2013.
R. Guevara, “Genetic and functional diversity of bacterial groups in soils with contrasting vegetation cover: biogeographic and anthropogenic effects”, 2007.
E. I. Gasarch, “Fire as a local control on forest composition at Bad Man's Cave, Catskills, New York”, 2005.
J. W. Gregg, “The effect of urban compared to rural environments on plant growth in the vicinity of New York City: the net response and the relative importance of the different pollutants”, 1999.
J. C. Gaby, “The diversity and ecology of nitrogen-fixing bacteria”, 2013.
L. G. Gillis, “Connectivity beyond biodiversity: Are physical fluxes important in the tropical coastal seascape?”, 2014.
N. P. Gurwick, “Carbon in riparian subsurface ecosystems: Sources, lability, and spatial patterns”, 2007.
Report
C. T. Driscoll, et al., Is there scientific consensus on acid rain? Excerpts from six governmental reports. Millbrook, NY: , 1985, p. 13.
W. J. Mitsch, et al., Reducing nutrient loads, especially nitrate-nitrogen, to surface water, groundwater, and the Gulf of Mexico. Topic 5 Report for the Integrated Assessment on Hypoxia in the Gulf of Mexico, vol. NOAA Coastal Ocean Program, Decision Analysis Series No. 19. 1999.
W. J. Mitsch, et al., Reducing nutrient loads, especially nitrate-nitrogen, to surface water, groundwater, and the Gulf of Mexico. Topic 5 Report for the Integrated Assessment on Hypoxia in the Gulf of Mexico, vol. NOAA Coastal Ocean Program, Decision Analysis Series No. 19. 1999.
J. W. LaBaugh, et al., Physical, chemical, and isotopic data on groundwater for Mirror Lake, West Thornton, New Hampshire, 1983 to 1997. 2012.
M. G. Öquist, B. H. Svensson, P. M. Groffman, and M. Taylor, Non-tidal wetlands. 1996, p. 215-240.
D. L. Strayer, et al., Long-term ecological studies: an illustrated account of their design, operation, and importance to ecology. Millbrook, NY: , 1986, p. 38.
G. E. Likens and P. M. Groffman, Integrated regional models [workshop report], vol. 74. 1993, p. 226-228.
K. C. Weathers, et al., Fog Research Frontiers: An Interdisciplinary Research Agenda for Coastal Fog Systems. 2014.
S. J. Nelson, et al., Final report: Understanding atmospheric deposition to complex landscapes at Acadia National Park, Maine, 2002-2005. 2007.
P. M. Mayer, S. P. Schechter, S. S. Kaushal, and P. M. Groffman, Effects of stream restoration on nitrogen removal and transformation in urban watersheds: Lessons from Minebank Run, Baltimore, Maryland, no. 4. 2013.
M. A. Palmer, et al., Ecological science and sustainability for a crowded planet: 21st Century Vision and Action Plan for the Ecological Society of America. 2004.

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