John Vankat
John Vankat
Professor of Botany, Miami University
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Invasibility and Effects of Amur Honeysuckle in Southwestern Ohio Forests: Invasibilidad y Efectos de la Madreselva de Amur en Bosques del Sudoeste de Ohio
TF Hutchinson, JL Vankat
Conservation Biology 11 (5), 1117-1124, 1997
Diminished plant richness and abundance below Lonicera maackii, an invasive shrub
MH Collier, JL Vankat, MR Hughes
The American Midland Naturalist 147 (1), 60-71, 2002
Vegetation changes in sequoia national park, California
JL Vankat, J Major
Journal of Biogeography, 377-402, 1978
Responses of the herb layer to the gap dynamics of a mature beech-maple forest
MR Moore, JL Vankat
American Midland Naturalist, 336-347, 1986
The natural vegetation of North America. An introduction.
JL Vankat
The natural vegetation of North America. An introduction., 1979
Distinguishing between live and dead standing tree biomass on the North Rim of Grand Canyon National Park, USA using small-footprint lidar data
Y Kim, Z Yang, WB Cohen, D Pflugmacher, CL Lauver, JL Vankat
Remote Sensing of Environment 113 (11), 2499-2510, 2009
Genetic structure after forest fragmentation: a landscape ecology perspective on Acer saccharum
SA Foré, RJ Hickey, JL Vankat, SI Guttman, RL Schaefer
Canadian journal of botany 70 (8), 1659-1668, 1992
Species removals from a first‐year old‐field plant community
MH Hils, JL Vankat
Ecology 63 (3), 705-711, 1982
Effects of patch connectivity and arrangement on animal metapopulation dynamics: a simulation study
J Wu, JL Vankat, Y Barlas
Ecological Modelling 65 (3-4), 221-254, 1993
Trail corridors as habitat and conduits for movement of plant species in Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado, USA
M Benninger-Truax, JL Vankat, RL Schaefer
Landscape Ecology 6 (4), 269-278, 1992
Landscape structure and spread of the exotic shrub Lonicera maackii (Amur honeysuckle) in southwestern Ohio forests
TF Hutchinson, JL Vankat
The American Midland Naturalist 139 (2), 383-390, 1998
Forest colonization and developmental growth of the invasive shrub Lonicera maackii
RH Deering, JL Vankat
The American Midland Naturalist 141 (1), 43-50, 1999
Fire and man in Sequoia national park
JL Vankat
Annals of the association of American Geographers 67 (1), 17-27, 1977
Middle and high elevation coniferous forest communities of the North Rim region of Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona, USA
MA White, JL Vankat
Vegetatio 109 (2), 161-174, 1993
Floristics of a chronosequence corresponding to old field-deciduous forest succession in southwestern Ohio. II. Seed banks
TL Roberts, JL Vankat
Bulletin of the Torrey Botanical Club, 377-384, 1991
Description of vegetation of the Oak Openings of northwestern Ohio at the time of Euro-American settlement
LG Brewer, JL Vankat
A gradient perspective on the vegetation of Sequoia National Park, California
JL Vankat
Madrono, 200-214, 1982
Island biogeography: theory and applications
J Wu, JL Vankat
Encyclopedia of environmental biology 2, 371-379, 1995
Dry evergreen forest (coppice) communities of North Andros Island, Bahamas
IK Smith, JL Vankat
Bulletin of the Torrey Botanical Club, 181-191, 1992
The dynamics of Hueston Woods and a review of the question of the successional status of the southern beech-maple forest
JL Vankat, WH Blackwell Jr, WE Hopkins
Castanea, 290-308, 1975
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