Results and Publications
Although the project is in its very early stages, several publications and student theses already have been produced from field data acquired at the Wabikon Forest Dynamics Plot. Several additional manuscripts are in progress, including a comprehensive “plot book” describing the history of the site, field methods, tree species accounts, maps, and quantitative data from the first plot census.
Wang, X., T. Wiegand, A. Wolf, R. Howe, S. Davies, and Z. Hao. 2011. Species-area relationships in two temperate forests. Journal of Ecology 99. in press.
Groves, Aaron. 2010. Canopy tree pollinator community on Tilia americana. Poster presented at the 9th Annual Academic Excellence Symposium, University of Wisconsin-Green Bay. April 2010.
Novy, R. 2010. Acoustic bat surveys in forested landscapes of northern Wisconsin. M.S. Thesis, University of Wisconsin-Green Bay.
Goyette, Jennifer L. 2009. Bioacoustic monitoring of temperate and tropical forest birds. M.S. Thesis, University of Wisconsin-Green Bay. 79 pp.
Howe, R.W., A.T. Wolf and R. Condit. 2009. Spatial structure and dynamics of a temperate deciduous forest in northern Wisconsin, USA. 94th Annual Meeting of the Ecological Society of America, Albuquerque, NM. 7 August 2009.
Ocariz, Santiago and Aaron Groves. 2009. Analysis of winter mammals at the Wabikon Lake Forest Dynamics Plot. Poster presented at the 8th Annual Academic Excellence Symposium, University of Wisconsin-Green Bay. April 8, 2009
Wolf, A., R. Condit, and S. Davies. 2009. Ecological Insights from long-term research plots in
tropical and temperate forests. Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America 90: 519-525.