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Dukes, J., Pontius, J., Orwig, D., Warren, G., Cooke, B., Brazee, N.  Ayres, M., Harrington, R., Rodgers, V., Theoharides, K., Lerdau, M., Wick, R., Ehrenfeld, J., Gurevitch J., Strange, E., and Stinson, K. (2009) Responses of pests, pathogens and invasive species to climate change in the forests of Northeastern North America:  What can we predict?  Canadian Journal of Forest Research 39:231-248.

Wolfe, B.E., Rodgers, V.L., Stinson, K.A., and Pringle, A. (2008) The invasive plant Alliaria petiolata (garlic mustard) inhibits ectomycorrhizal fungi in its introduced range.  Journal of Ecology 96:777-783.

Rodgers, V.L., Stinson, K.A., and Finzi, A.C. (2008) Ready or not, garlic mustard is moving in: Alliaria petiolata as a member of Eastern North American Forests.  Bioscience 58:428-436.

Callaway R.M., Cipollini, D. Barto K., Thelen, G.C., Hallett G., Prati D., Stinson, K.A., Klironomos, J. (2008) Novel weapons: invasive plant suppresses fungal mutualists in America but not in its native Europe. Ecology 89:1043-1055.

Stinson, K.A., Kaufman, S.R, Durbin*, L.M., and Lowenstein, F. (2007) Responses of a New England Forest community to increasing levels of invasion by garlic mustard (Alliaria petiolata). Northeastern Naturalist 14:73-88.

Stinson, K.A., Tran*, J.H., Petzold*, (J.M., and Bazzaz, F.A.  (2006) Architectural and physiological mechanisms of reduced size inequality in CO2-enriched stands of common ragweed (Ambrosia artemisiifolia) Global Change Biology 12: 1680-1689.

Stinson K.A., Campbell S.A., Powell J.R., Wolfe B.E., Callaway R.M., Thelen G.C., Hallett S.G., Prati D. and Klironomos J.N. 2006. Invasive plant suppresses the growth of native tree seedlings by disrupting belowground mutualisms. PLOS Biology 4: 727-731.

Stinson, K.A., and Bazzaz, F.A. (2006) CO2-enrichment reduces reproductive dominance in competing stands of Ambrosia artemisiifolia (common ragweed). Oecologia 147:155-163.

Sudderth, E.A., Stinson, K.A., and Bazzaz, F.A. (2005) Plant-mediated aphid population response to elevated CO2 and increased nitrogen availability.  Global Change Biology 11:1‑12.

Ellison, A.E., et al. (2005) Loss of foundation species: consequences for the structure and dynamics of forested ecosystems.  Frontiers in Ecology 3:479-486.

Stinson, K.A. (2004) Natural selection favors rapid reproductive phenology in Potentilla pulcherrima (Rosaceae) at opposite ends of a subalpine snowmelt gradient. American Journal of Botany 91: 531-539.

Stinson, K.A. (2004) Effects of snowmelt timing and neighbor density on the distribution of the high altitude plant, Potentilla diversifolia. Arctic, Antarctic and Alpine Research  37: 379‑386.

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