College of Agriculture & Natural Resources
Plant Science & Landscape Architecture

Research Publications

Faculty Member Selected Publications
Carroll , Mark

Articles in Refereed Journals:

Landschoot, P., and M. Carroll. 2016. Tolerance of microclover to postemergence and preemergence herbicides. Crop, Forage & Turfgrass Management. 2. doi:10.2134/cftm2015.0226

Lilly P., J. Jenkins and  M.J. Carroll. 2015. Management alters C allocation in turfgrass lawns. Landscape and Urban Planning. 134: 119-126.

Mu, Y. and M.J. Carroll 2013. Thatch and soil microbial activity in recently cultivated turfgrass. Intern. Turf Soc. Res. J.12:567-574.

Referred Proceedings:

Chen, S., M.J, Carroll and T.R. Turner. 2016. Fertilizer use restrictions and organic lawn care: Evaluation of compost tea, compost topdressing and cultivation on turf color, quality and weed encroachment. 5th European Turfgrass Society Conference, Albufeira Portugal, Book of Abstracts page 100-101.

Leshin, R., and M. Carroll. 2012. Sorption of organic pollutants to thatch as influenced by thatch chemical properties. p. 90-92. In A. Zuin and T.S. Aamlid (eds.) Proc. Eur. Turfgrass Soc. Conf., 3nd Kristiansand, Norway 24-26 June. Bioforsk, Fokus, 1432 As, Norway

Chanse , Victoria

Book Chapter: 

In Press. Chanse, V., "See Level Rise", Together We Design: Techniques for Transactive Community Design, David de la Peña, Randy Hester, Jeff Hou, Diane Jones Allen, and Laura Lawson. Island Press.

Refereed Journal Articles:

In Press. Chanse, V., A. Mohamed, S. Wilson, L. Dalemarre, P. T. Leisnham, A. Rockler, A. Shirmohammadi, and H. Montas. New approaches to facilitate learning from youth: Exploring the use of Photovoice in identifying local watershed issues. Journal of Environmental Education.

Chanse, V.. 2016. Engaging Stakeholders in the Sea Level Rise Design Process. The International Journal of Climate Change: Impacts and Responses 8(3):81-88.

Wang, Y., Montas, H. J., Brubaker, K. L., Leisnham, P. T., Shirmohammadi, A., Chanse, V., & Rockler, A. K. (2016). Impact of Spatial Discretization of Hydrologic Models on Spatial Distribution of Nonpoint Source Pollution Hotspots. Journal of Hydrologic Engineering, 21(12), 04016047.

2015, Murray, R., S. Wilson, L. Dalemarre, V. Chanse, J. Phoenix; and L. Baranoff., Should We Put Our Feet in the Water? Use of a Survey to Assess Recreational Exposures to Contaminants in the Anacostia River, Environmental Health Insights, 9(Suppl 2), 19-27.

2011, Thering, S. with V. Chanse, The Scholarship of Transdisciplinary Action Research: Toward a New Paradigm for the Planning and Design Professions, Landscape Journal, (co-guest editors),Introduction to the themed issue on Transdisciplinary Action Research from the co-guest editors, 30(1): v-vii

2011, Chanse, V., Contexts and Complexities: A Case Study in Evolving Participatory Watershed Stewardship, Landscape Journal, 30(1): 121-132.

Peer-reviewed Case Study Projects (Note: The following case studies are a part of the Landscape Performance Series Study Briefs by the Landscape Architecture Foundation. The process consisted of authors submitting a case study in accordance with the Landscape Architecture’s guidelines and requirements. Each case study underwent a double-blind peer reviewed process.):

Salazar, J. and Chanse, V. Landscape Performance Case Study: The Avenue (Washington, D.C.) http://landscapeperformance.org/case-study-briefs/the-avenue 

Salazar, J. and Chanse, V. Landscape Performance Case Study: Case Study: Central Wharf Plaza (Boston, MA) http://landscapeperformance.org/case-study-briefs/central-wharf-plaza

Salazar, J. and Chanse, V. Landscape Performance Case Study: Case Study: Castiglion del Bosco http://landscapeperformance.org/case-study-briefs/castiglion-del-bosco

Recent ASABE Stormwater Proceedings (U.S. EPA Stormwater Project)

• 2015, Effectiveness of Best Management Practices with Changing Climate in a Maryland Watershed. Jaison Renkenberger, Hubert Montas, Paul Leisnham, Victoria Chanse, Adel Shirmohammadi, Ali Sadeghi, Kaye Brubaker, Amanda Rockler, Thomas Hutson, David Lansing. ASABE 1st Climate Change Symposium: Adaptation and Mitigation Conference Proceedings 152122791.(doi:10.13031/cc.20152122791)

• 2015, Climate Change Impact on Critical Source Area Identification in a Maryland Watershed. Jaison Renkenberger, Hubert Montas, Paul Leisnham, Victoria Chanse, Adel Shirmohammadi, Ali Sadeghi, Kaye Brubaker, Amanda Rockler, Thomas Hutson, David Lansing. ASABE 1st Climate Change Symposium: Adaptation and Mitigation Conference Proceedings 152122717.(doi:10.13031/cc.20152122717)

 • 2013, Paul Leisnham; Hubert Montas; Adel Shirmohammadi; Victoria Chanse; David Lansing; Amanda Rockler; Thomas Hutson; John McCoy; James Foster; Sacoby Wilson; Doug Lipton; Allen Davis, Watershed Diagnostics For Improved Adoption of Management Practices: Integrating Biophysical and Social Factors in Urban and Agricultural Landscapes, American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers conference, (July 21 - July 24, 2013). (doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.13031/aim.20131668614) @2013

Selected Refereed Conference Proceedings for the Sand River Headwaters Green Infrastructure Project (Aiken, SC)

Calabria, Jon, D. R. Hitchcock, C. B. Sawyer, B. J. Putman, C. T. Johnson, G. W. Eidson, and V. Chanse. Evaluating Bioretention Planting in the Sand Hills Case Study. 2012. South Carolina Water Resources Conference: Exploring Opportunities for Collaborative Water Research, Policy and Management. October 10-11, 2012 (Columbia, SC).

Sawyer, Calvin, D. R. Hitchcock, B. J. Putman, C. T. , G. W., J. Calabria, V. Chanse. 2012. Using Green Infrastructure for Improved Urban Surface Water Hydrology. October 10-11, 2012 (Columbia, SC).

Chanse, V.; Eidson, Gene; Putman, Brad; Sawyer, Cal; and Jon Calabria "Watershed Education and Service Learning: Cross-Disciplinary and Multi- Scale Approaches to Teaching" 2010 South Carolina Water Resources Conference (October 14th, 2010: Columbia, SC). In: Eidson, Gene W., and Calvin B. Sawyer (ed.), Proceedings of the 2010 South Carolina Water Resources Conference.

Eidson, Gene; Sawyer, Cal; Hitchcock, D.R.; Calabria, J.; Putman, B.; Chanse, V.; Post, C.; Hallstrom, J.O.; White, D. L.; Esswein, S.T.; Bellamy, C.; Shealy, R. 2010. “Sand River Headwaters Green Infrastructure Project, City of Aiken, South Carolina: A Collaborative Team Approach to Implementing Green Infrastructure Practices.” 2010 South Carolina Water Resources Conference (October 14th, 2010: Columbia, SC). In: Eidson, Gene W., and Calvin B. Sawyer (ed.), Proceedings of the 2010 South Carolina Water Resources Conference.

Chanse, V. 2008. Private Property, Public Resource, Public Problem: The Role of Participation in Developing Innovative Stormwater Management Approaches in Aiken, SC. Proceedings of the 2008 South Carolina Water Resources Conference (North Charleston, SC).

Design Workshop/Charrette Reports & Technical Reports

  1. Eidson, Gene; Chanse, Victoria; Sawyer, Calvin; Cooke**, Erin. 2008. Sand River Preferred Restoration Alternative (February 9, 2009). Clemson University Center for Watershed Excellence. Clemson University Project #2096199 funded by the City of Aiken, South Carolina. Contribution: Structured and led the public outreach components of four public workshops to develop a river restoration alternative for the Sand River in Aiken, SC.
  2. Chanse, Victoria (Instructor); Ezell**, Monica; Childers**, Meghan; Fields**, Meika; Hale**, Joshua; Hoelscher**, Sean; Houck**, Claudia; Kong**, Ye; Moldenhauer**, Matt; Morgan**, Leigh; Shepherd**, Olivia; Caprio*, Steve; Cooke**, Erin; Hance*, Brad; Shealey**, Kevin; Xu**, Richard; Wyatt*, Barton; Uysal*, Melis. 2008. Stromboli Corridor Charrette Report. Contribution: Project conception and development, development of document structure and editing. This report was referred to in the follow-up meetings by LAMC when they hired design firm EDAW/AECOM to do the public outreach and design in North Charleston.
  3. B.D. Galvin-Wortham (Instructor); Tretault, Al (Instructor); Victoria Chanse (Instructor); Michelle Lamprakos (Instructor); Aroom**, Kameron; Bloomfield**, Patrick; Clarkwest**, Zoe; Cottingham**, Carroll; Kelley**, Joyce; Lueg**, Rebecca; Mbeng**, Gilbert; Otaibi**, Sarina; Oppenheim**, Matt; Prest**, Margaret; Schiszek**, Lauren; Stone**, Adam; Wattleworth**, Colin; Walter**, Eric; Xing**, Wei. 2011. Market Square: Bladensburg, Maryland. Volume I: Where Heritage, Design, and Development Converge. University of Maryland; Volume II: Appendices. University of Maryland. Volume III: Real Estate Development Proposals. University of Maryland. Contribution: Taught and advised the landscape architecture component of this interdisciplinary project (landscape architecture, historic preservation, and real estate development.
  4. Chanse, Victoria (Instructor); Kevin Adams**; Kevin Avram*; Kate Connelly*; Paul Drummond*; Zac LeMel*; Francine Lieberman*; Michael McGrain*; Donal Oldaker*; Daniel Ryan*; Charly Williams*; Stephanie Winnicki*; and Emily Yandoli*. 2011. A Connections: Sustainably Linking Forest Heights, MD. (Studio Report for LARC471 Community Design Studio Class for the Neighborhood Design Center and Forest Heights). Contribution:  Taught and mentored this project. Doctoral student Kevin Adams and I compiled the report that included editing student statements, framing the overall sustainability approach of the class project, and documenting the community design process.
  5. Chanse, Victoria (Instructor); Abraham**, Risa; Ashmun**, Sarah; Busa**, Matt; Carter**, Emilie; Cui**, Mingyu; Kendrick**, Laura; Li**, Wenjie;  Patrick**, Nicholas; Thum**, Erica; Watling**, Sarah. 2012. Long Wharf Park Design Brief for the City of Cambridge, MD. October 2012. Contribution: Taught and mentored this project. MLA Student Laura Kendrick and I did the final editing.
  6. Sand River Headwaters Green Infrastructure Project. February 2013. Report prepared by Clemson University’s Institute of Applied Ecology / Center for Watershed Excellence. Report prepared for the City of Aiken, SC. (Please note: I was no longer with Clemson University after summer 2010, nor part of preparing this report. However, I was one of the project partners and is listed as such in the 113-page report on page 13).
  7. Chanse, Victoria (Instructor) and Quiros, Luis Diego (Instructor). 2013. Design and Planning in the Face of Sea Level Change and Stormwater Issues on Maryland’s Eastern Shore. Compiled report of student sea level design investigations in Dorchester County, MD and in Oxford, MD 2011-2013. Classes involved: LARC748 (2011, 2013); ARCH 403. Research collaborators Architecture Professor Luis Diego Quiros and doctoral student Kevin Adams. Spring 2012 ARCH403 (2012) Sections (Architecture Professors Ronit Eisenbach, Isaac S Williams, and Michael Stanton). Report layout designed by B.Arch student Sadie Dempsey.
Chaverri , Priscila

Books and Monographs:

  1. Salgado-Salazar, C.*, Rossman, A.Y., Chaverri, P. 2016. The genus Thelonectria (Nectriaceae, Hypocreales, Ascomycota) and closely related species with cylindrocarpon-like asexual statesFungal Diversity (in press, doi:10.1007/s13225-016-0365-x).
  2. Hirooka, Y.*, Rossman, A.Y., Samuels, G.J., Lechat, C., Chaverri, P. 2012. A monograph of Allantonectria, Nectria, and Pleonectria (Nectriaceae, Hypocreales, Ascomycota) and their pycnidial, sporodochial, and synnematous anamorphs. Studies in Mycology 71: 1-210.
  3. Chaverri, P., Huhndorf, S., Rogers, J., Samuels, G.J. 2010. Microhongos Comunes de Costa Rica y otras regiones tropicales (Ascomycota, Pezizomycotina, Sordariomycetes). Common Microfungi of Costa Rica and other tropical regions (Ascomycota, Pezizomycotina, Sordariomycetes). INBio Editorial: Heredia. 241 pp. + 60 lam. pp.
  4. Chaverri, P., Liu, M., Hodge, K.T. 2008. Neotropical Hypocrella (anamorph Aschersonia), Moelleriella, and Samuelsia. Studies in Mycology 60: 1-68.
  5. Samuels, GJ, Rossman, AY, Chaverri, P., Overton, BE, Põldmaa, K. 2006. Hypocreales of the Southeastern United States: An Identification Guide. CBS Biodiversity Series No. 4. Centraalbureau voor Schimmelcultures (CBS): Utrecht. 145 pp.
  6. Chaverri, P., Samuels, G.J. 2003. Hypocrea/Trichoderma (Ascomycota, Hypocreales, Hypocreaceae): Species with green ascospores. Studies in Mycology 48: 1-116.

Articles in peer-reviewed journals:

  1. Vidaurre Montoya, Q., Andrade Meirelles, L., Chaverri, P., Rodrigues, A. 2016. Unraveling Trichoderma species in attine ant environment: description of three new taxa. Antonie van Leeuwenhoek Journal of Microbiology 109: 633-651.
  2. Herrera, C.S.*, Hirooka, Y., Chaverri, P. 2016. Pseudocospeciation of the mycoparasite Cosmospora with their associated fungal hosts. Ecology and Evolution 6: 1504–1514.
  3. Gazis, R.*, Chaverri, P. 2015. Wild trees in the Amazon basin harbor a great diversity of beneficial endosymbiotic fungi: Is this evidence of protective mutualism? Fungal Ecology 17: 18-29.
  4. Rosmana, A., Samuels, G.J., Ismaiel, A., Ibrahim, E.S., Chaverri, P., Herawati, Y. 2015. Trichoderma asperellum: A dominant endophyte species in cacao grown in Sulawesi with potential for controlling Vascular Streak Dieback disease. Tropical Plant Pathology 40: 19-25.
  5. Herrera, C.S.*, Rossman, A.Y., Samuels, G.J., Liparini-Pereira, O., Chaverri, P. 2015. Systematics of the Cosmospora viliuscula species complex. Mycologia 107:532-57.
  6. Chaverri, P., Branco-Rocha, F., Jaklitsch, W., Degenkolb, T., Gazis, R.*, Samuels, G.J. 2015. Systematics of the Trichoderma harzianum species complex and the reidentification of commercial biocontrol strains. Mycologia 107: 558-590.
  7. Degenkolb T., Nielsen K.F., Dieckmann R., Branco-Rocha F., Chaverri P., Samuels G.J., Thrane U., von Döhren H., Vilcinskas A., Brückner H. 2015. Peptaibol, secondary metabolite, and hydrophobin pattern of commercial biocontrol agents formulated with species of the Trichoderma harzianum complex. Chemistry and Biodiversity 12:662-84.
  8. Martin, R., Gazis, R., Skaltsas, D.*, Chaverri, P., Hibbett, D. 2015. Unexpected diversity of basidiomycetous endophytes in sapwood and leaves of Hevea. Mycologia 107:284-297.
  9. Salgado-Salazar, C.*, Rossman, A.Y., Samuels, G.J., Hirooka, Y., Sanchez, R.M., Chaverri, P. 2015. Phylogeny and taxonomic revision of Thelonectria discophora (Ascomycota, Hypocreales, Nectriaceae) species complex. Fungal Diversity 70:1-29.
  10. Gazis, R.*, Skaltsas, D.*, Chaverri, P. 2014. Novel endophytic lineages of Tolypocladium provide new insights into the ecology and evolution of Cordyceps-like fungi. Mycologia 106: 1090-1105
  11. Salgado-Salazar, C.*, Rossman, A.Y., Chaverri, P. 2013. Not as ubiquitous as we thought: taxonomic crypsis, hidden diversity and cryptic speciation in the cosmopolitan fungus Thelonectria discophora (Nectriaceae, Hypocreales, Ascomycota). PLoS ONE 8(10): e76737.
  12. Chaverri, P., Samuels, G.J. 2013. Evolution of habitat preference and nutrition mode in a cosmopolitan fungal genus with evidence of interkingdom host jumps and major shifts in ecology. Evolution 67: 2823-2837.
  13. Herrera, C.S.*, Rossman, A.Y., Samuels, G.J., Chaverri, P. 2013. Pseudocosmospora - a new genus to accommodate Cosmospora vilior and related species. Mycologia 105:1287-1305.
  14. Herrera, C.S.*, Rossman, A.Y., Samuels, G.J. Lechat, C., Chaverri, P. 2013. Revision of the genus Corallomycetella with Corallonectria gen. nov. for C. jatrophae (Nectriaceae, Hypocreales). Mycosystema 32: 518-544.
  15. Hirooka, Y., Rossman, A.Y., Zhuang, W-Y., Salgado, C.*, Chaverri, P. 2013. Species delimitation for Neonectria coccinea group including the causal agents of beech bark disease (BBD) in Asia, Europe, and North America. Mycosystema 32: 485-517.
  16. Unterseher, M., Gazis, R.*, Chaverri, P., García Guarniz, C.F., Zavaleta Tenorio, D.H. 2013. Endophytic fungi from Peruvian highland and lowland habitats form distinctive and host plant specific assemblages. Biodiversity and Conservation 22: 999-1016.
  17. Rossman, A.Y., Seifert, K.A., Samuel, G.J., Minnis, A.M., Schroers, H.-J., Lombard, L., Crous, P.W., Põldma, K., Cannon, P.F., Summerbel, R.C., Geiser, D.M., Zhuan, W.-Y., Hirooka, Y., Herrera, C.*, Salgado-Salazar, C.*, Chaverri, P. 2013. Genera in Bionectriaceae, Hypocreaceae, and Nectriaceae (Hypocreales) proposed for acceptance or rejection. IMA Fungus 4: 41-51.
  18. Gazis, R.*, Miadlikowska, J., Lutzoni, F., Arnold, A.E., Chaverri, P. 2012. Rubber trees in Peru host a new class of fungi: ‘Xylonomycetes’ (Ascomycota). Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 65: 294-304.
  19. Salgado, C.*, Rossman, A.Y, Samuels, G.J., M. Capdet, Chaverri, P. 2012. Multigene phylogenetic analyses of the Thelonectria coronata and T. veuillotiana species complexes. Mycologia 104: 1325-1350.
  20. Schoch, C.L., Seifert, K.A., Huhndorf, S., Robert, V., Spouge, J.L., Levesque, A.,Chen, W., and Fungal Barcoding Consortium*. 2012. Nuclear ribosomal internal transcribed spacer (ITS) region as a universal DNA barcode marker for Fungi. Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci. 109: 6241-6246. *P. Chaverri is part of the Fungal Barcoding Consortium.
  21. Samuels, G.J., Ismaiel, A., de Souza, J., Chaverri, P. 2012. Trichoderma stromaticum and its overseas relatives. Mycological Progress 11: 215-254.
  22. Gazis, R.*, Rehner, S., Chaverri, P. 2011. Species delimitation in fungal endophyte diversity studies and its implications in ecological and biogeographic inferences. Molecular Ecology 20: 3001-3013. (Article highlighted in the section PERSPECTIVES in Mol. Ecol., 2011, 20: 2873-2875).
  23. Hirooka, Y.*, Rossman, A.Y., Chaverri, P. 2011. Morphological and phylogenetic analyses of the Nectria cinnabarina species complex. Studies in Mycology 68: 35-56.
  24. Chaverri, P., Salgado, C.*, Hirooka, Y.*, Rossman, A.Y., Samuels, G.J. 2011. Delimitation of Neonectria and Cylindrocarpon and related genera with Cylindrocarpon-like anamorphs. Studies in Mycology 68: 57-78.
  25. Chaverri, P., Gazis, R.*, Samuels, G.J. 2011. Trichoderma amazonicum, a new endophytic species on Hevea brasiliensis and H. guianensis from the Amazon basin. Mycologia 103: 139-151.
  26. Chaverri, P., Gazis, R.* 2011. Linking ex planta fungi with their endophytic stages: Perisporiopsis, a common leaf litter and soil fungus, is a frequent endophyte of Hevea spp. and other plants. Fungal Ecology 4: 94-102.
  27. Chaverri, P., Gazis, R.* 2010. Perisporiopsis lateritia, a new species on decaying leaves of Hevea spp. from the Amazon basin in Peru. Mycotaxon 113: 163-169.
  28. Gazis R.*, Chaverri, P. 2010. Diversity of fungal endophytes in leaves and stems of wild rubber trees (Hevea brasiliensis) in Peru. Fungal Ecology 3: 240-254.
  29. Hirooka, Y.*, Kobayashi, T., Ono, T., Rossman, A.Y., Chaverri, P. 2010. Verrucostoma, a new genus in the Bionectriaceae from the Bonin Islands, Japan. Mycologia 102: 418-429.
  30. Minnis, D., Samuels, G.J., Chaverri, P. 2009. Three nomenclatural corrections for species of Hypocrea/Trichoderma. Mycotaxon 109: 245-246.
  31. Liu, M., Milgroom, M.G., Chaverri, P., Hodge, K.T. 2009. Speciation of a tropical fungal species pair following transoceanic dispersal. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 51: 413-426.
  32. Tadych, M., Chaverri, P., Bergen, M., White, J.F. 2009. Moelleriella zhongdongii: stromal development and identification of Hirsutella-like and Aschersonia synanamorphs. Mycological Research 113: 611-615.
  33. Samuels, G.J., Lu, B.-S., Chaverri, P., Candoussau, F., Fournier, J., Rossman, A.Y. 2009. Cyanonectria, a new genus for Nectria cyanostoma and its Fusarium anamorph. Mycological Progress 8: 49-58.
  34. Rojas, E.I., Herre, E.A., Mejía, L.C., Arnold, A.E., Chaverri, P., Samuels, G.J. 2008. Endomelanconiopsis endophyticum, a new Botryosphaeria leaf endophyte from Panama. Mycologia 100: 760-775.
  35. Degenkolb, T., Ralf, D., Nielsen, K.F., Grafenhan, T., Theis, C., Zafari, D., Chaverri, P., Ismaiel, A., Bruckner, H., Von Dohren, H., Thrane, U., Petrini, O., Samuels, G.J. 2008. The Trichoderma brevicompactum clade: a new lineage with new species, new peptaibiotics, and mycotoxins. Mycological Progress 7: 177─209.
  36. Chaverri, P., Vílchez, B. 2006. Hypocrealean (Hypocreales, Ascomycota) fungal diversity in different stages of succession in a tropical forest in Costa Rica. Biotropica 38: 531-543.
  37. Liu, M., Chaverri, P., Hodge, K.T. 2006. A taxonomic revision of the insect biocontrol fungus Aschersonia aleyrodis, its allies with white stromata and their Hypocrella sexual states. Mycological Research 110: 537-554.
  38. Chaverri, P., Bischoff, J.F., Evans, H.C., Hodge, K.T. 2005. Regiocrella, a new entomopathogenic genus with a pycnidial anamorph and its phylogenetic placement in the Clavicipitaceae. Mycologia 97: 1225-1237.
  39. Chaverri, P., Bischoff, J.F., Hodge, K.T. 2005. A new species of Hypocrella, H. macrostroma, and its relationship to other species with large stromata. Mycological Research 109: 1268-1275.
  40. Bischoff, J.F., Chaverri, P., White, J.F. 2005. Clarification of the host substrate of Ascopolyporus (Clavicipitaceae, Hypocreales) and description of Ascopolyporus philodendrus sp. nov. Mycologia 97: 710-717.
  41. Chaverri, P., Samuels, G. J., Hodge, K. T. 2005. The genus Podocrella and its nematode-killing anamorph Harposporium. Mycologia 97: 433-443.
  42. Druzhinina, I. S., Chaverri, P., Fallah, P., Kubicek, C. P., Samuels, G. J. 2004. Hypocrea flaviconidia, a new species from Costa Rica with yellow conidia. Studies in Mycology 50: 401-407.
  43. Chaverri, P., Candoussau, F., Samuels, G.J. 2004. Hypocrea phyllostachydis and its Trichoderma anamorph, a new bambusicolous species from France. Mycological Progress 3: 29-36.
  44. Arguedas, M., Chaverri, P., Verjans, J-M. 2004. Problemas fitosanitarios de la teca en Costa Rica. Rev. Recursos Naturales y Ambiente 41: 130-135.
  45. Lu, B.S., Druzhinina, I.S., Fallah, P., Chaverri, P., Gradinger, C., Kubicek, C.P., Samuels, G.J. 2004. Hypocrea/Trichoderma species with pachybasium-like conidiophores: teleomorphs for T. minutisporum and T. polysporum, and their newly discovered relatives. Mycologia 96: 310-342.
  46. Chaverri, P., Castlebury, L.A., Overton, B.E., Samuels, G.J. 2003. Hypocrea/Trichoderma: species with conidiophore elongations and green conidia. Mycologia 95: 1100-1140.
  47. Chaverri, P., Castlebury, L.A., Samuels, G.J., Geiser, D.M. 2003. Multilocus phylogenetic structure of Trichoderma harzianum/Hypocrea lixii complex. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 27: 302-313.
  48. Dodd, S.L., Lieckfeldt, E., Chaverri, P., Overton, B.E., Samuels, G.J. 2002. Taxonomy and phylogenetic relationships of two species of Hypocrea with Trichoderma anamorphs. Mycological Progress 1: 409-428.
  49. Chaverri, P., Samuels, G.J. 2002. Hypocrea lixii, the teleomorph of Trichoderma harzianum. Mycological Progress 1: 283-286.
  50. Chaverri, P., Samuels, G.J., Stewart, E.L. 2001. Hypocrea virens sp. nov., the teleomorph of Trichoderma virens. Mycologia 93: 1113-1124.
  51. Chaverri, P., Samuels, G.J., Stewart, E.L., Umaña, L. 2001. Hypocrea nigrovirens sp. nov., a new species with a gliocladium-like anamorph. Mycologia 93:758-763.
  52. Arguedas, M., Chaverri, P. 1999. Problemas fitosanitarios en laurel (Cordia alliodora (Ruiz & Pavón) Oken) en Costa Rica. Rev. Tecnología en Marcha 13: 18-24.
Cohan, Steven
Chapters in books:
Cohan, Steven M., 2005. Business Principles of Landscape Contracting, Pearson Prentice-Hall. 2012, Second edition, Waveland Press.
Articles:
Solano, S.L., A.G. Ristvey, J.D. Lea-Cox, S.M. Cohan. 2012. Ecological Engineering, V47, 284-290. Sequestering Zinc from Recycled Crumb Rubber in Extensive Green Roof media.
Starry, Olyssa, J.D. Lea-Cox, A. Ristvey, S. Cohan. 2013. Monitoring and Modeling Green Roof Performance Using Sensor Networks. Ecological Engineering.
Reviewed Articles:
2013, Plant trait Analysis Delivers an Extensive List of: Potential Green Roof Species for Mediterranean France. Ecological Engineering.
Coleman , Gary

Articles in Refereed Journals:

  • Ahluwalia, A., Gladwin, M., Coleman, G.D., Ph.D., Hord, N., Howard, G., Kim-Shapiro,  D., Lajous, M., Larsen, F.J., ,Ph.D., Lefer, D.J., McClure, L.A., Nolan, B.T., Pluta, R., Schechter, A., Wang, C-Y., Ward, M.H., Harman, J.L. 2016. Dietary Nitrate and the Epidemiology of Cardiovascular Disease: Report from a National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute Workshop.  Journal American Heart Association, DOI 10.1161/JAHA.116.003402.
  • Parmentier-Line, C. M.; Coleman, G. D. 2015. Constitutive expression of the Poplar FD-like basic leucine zipper transcription factor alters growth and bud development. Plant Biotechnol. J., doi: 10.1111/pbi.12380
  • Islam, N., Gen, L., Garrett, W.M., Lin, R., Sriram, G., Cooper, B., and G.D. Coleman. 2014. The proteomics of nitrogen remobilization in poplar bark. Journal of Proteome Research DOI 10.1021/pr501090p.
  • Nargund, S., Misra, A., Zhang, X., Coleman, G.D., and G. Sriram. 2014. Flux and reflux: Metabolite reflux in plant suspension cells and its implications on isotope-assisted metabolic flux analysis.  Molecular BioSystems DOI:10.1039/C3MB70348G.
  • Pettengill, E., Pettengill, J., and G. D. Coleman. 2013. Elucidating the evolutionary history and expression patterns of nucleoside phosphorylase paralogs (vegetative storage proteins) in Populus and the plant kingdom. BMC Plant Biology 13:118. (DOI:10.1186/1471-2229-13-118); PMID: 23957885.
  • Black B., Fuchigami L.H. and G.D. Coleman. 2002. Partitioning of nitrate assimilation between leaves, stems, and roots of poplar. Tree Physiology. 22:717-724.
  • Zhu B. and G.D. Coleman. 2001. Phytochrome-mediated photoperiod perception, shoot growth, glutamine, calcium and protein phosphorylation influence the activity of the poplar bark storage protein gene promoter. Plant Physiology. 126:342-351.
  • Zhu B. and G.D. Coleman. 2001. The Poplar Bark Storage Protein Gene (bspA) Promoter is responsive to photoperiod and nitrogen in transgenic poplar and active in floral tissues, immature seeds and germinating seeds of transgenic tobacco.  Plant Molecular Biology. 46 (4):383-394.
  • Coleman G.D., Banados M.P. and T.H.H. Chen. 1994. Poplar bark storage protein and a related wound-induced gene are differentially induced by nitrogen.  Plant Physiology 106:211-215.
  • Coleman G.D., Englert J., Chen T.H.H. and L. Fuchigami. 1993.  Physiological and environmental control of poplar bark storage protein degradation.  Plant Physiology 102:53-59.
  • Coleman G.D., Chen T.H.H. and L. Fuchigami. 1992.  Complementary DNA cloning of poplar bark storage protein and control of its expression by photoperiod. Plant Physiology 98:687-693.
  • Coleman G.D., Chen T.H.H., Ernst S.G. and L. Fuchigami. 1991. Photoperiod control of poplar bark storage protein accumulation.  Plant Physiology 96:686-692.

Book Reviews, Other Articles and Notes:
Public Database Entries

  • Parmentier-Line, C., and Coleman, G. 2013. FD and vegetative development. Gene Expression Omnibus Database (GEO). GEO accession number GSE49547. This entry included the data from 12 microarrays that profiles genome-wide patterns of gene expression.
  • Lin, R., and Coleman, G. 2013. Global transcriptome profiling of poplar bark during stored N remobilization. Gene Expression Omnibus Database (GEO). GEO accession number GSE29303. This entry includes the data from 12 microarrays that profiles genome-wide patterns of gene expression.
  • Lin, R., and Coleman, G. 2013. Photoperiod associated genes in the poplar bark. Gene Expression Omnibus Database (GEO). GEO accession number GSE49983. This entry includes the data from 21 microarrays that profiles genome-wide patterns of gene expression.
  • Lin, R., Coleman, G., Sriram, G., Zhu, J. 2011. Genome-wide transcript profiling associated with metabolic regulation of Poplar N storage and cycling. Gene Expression Omnibus Database (GEO). GEO accession number GSE29303. This entry includes the data from 48 microarrays that profiles genome-wide patterns of gene expression.

Original Designs, Plans, Inventions, and Patents:

  • Methods for Modulating Apical Bud Development in Plants, U.S. Patent 8,304,602, dated November 6, 2012.
Cook , Kelly

Chapters:

Co-author (with Rachel Foulk, Ph.D.) “Gardens and the Larger Landscape: Viewing Nature in the Ancient Mediterranean” in Volume One (edited by Kathryn Gleason), A Cultural History of Gardens, Berg Publishers (eds. Michael Leslie and John Dixon Hunt) (published June 2013)

Book Reviews:

Book Review of «Di là dal fiume e tra gli alberi». Il paesaggio del Rinascimento a Venezia. eds. Laura de Fuccia and Christophe Brouard. 2012. Renaissance Quarterly. Vol. 66, no. 2, Summer 2013, p. 612-614.

Book review of Pauwels, Yves. L’architecture et le livre en France à la Renaissance: une magnifique décadence? Paris: Classiques Garnier, 2013. Renaissance Quarterly. Vol. 67, no. 2, Summer 2014, p. 605-606.

Book review of Longstaffe-Gowan, Todd. The London Square: Gardens in the Midst of Town. New Haven: Yale University Press, 2012. Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians. Vol. 73, no. 3, September 2014, p. 434-435.

Book review of Conlin, Jonathan. The Pleasure Garden: From Vauxhall to Coney Island. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2013. JoLA, Journal of Landscape Architecture. Vol. 9, no. 3, September 2014, p. 84-85.

 Conference Review of LE:NOTRE Landscape Forum Sarajevo 2014. Faculty of Forestry, University of Sarajevo, 25-28 May 2014. JoLA, Journal of Landscape Architecture. Vol. 9, no. 3, September 2014, p. 92.

Works in Progress:

“Grotesque Facades: Toulouse and the Urban Rhetoric of Ornament” (currently revising publication)

Manuscript in Progress: Ruins, Ruined Bodies and the Ornamental Landscape of Renaissance France

Culver , James

Collum T.D., Padmanabhan M., Hsieh Y-C., Culver J.N. 2016.  Tobacco mosaic virus directed reprogramming of auxin/indole acetic acid protein transcriptional responses enhances virus phloem loading. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci., 113(19):E2740-2749.

Zang F, Gerasopoulos K, Fan XZ, Brown AD, Culver JN, Ghodssi R. 2016.  Real-time monitoring of macromolecular biosensing probe self-assembly and on-chip ELISA using impedimetric microsensors.   Biosens. Bioelectron., 81:401-407.

­­Collum T. D. and Culver J. N. 2016. The impact of phytohormones on virus infection and disease. Curr. Opin Virol., 17:25-31.

Gnerlich, M, Ben-Yaov H, Culver JN, Ketchum DR, Ghodssi R. 2015. Selective deposition of nanostructured ruthenium oxide using Tobacco mosaic virus for micro-supercapacitors in solid Nafion electrolyte.  J. Power Sources, 293:649-656.

Culver JN, Brown AD, Zang F, Gnerlich M, Gerasopoulos K, Ghodssi R. 2015. Plant virus directed fabrication of nanoscale materials and devices. Virology 479-480:200-212.

Fan XZ, Naves L, Siwak NP, Brown AD, Culver JN, Ghodssi R. 2015. Integration of genetically modified virus-like-particles with an optical resonator for selective bio-detection. Nanotechnology, 26-205501:1-9.

Zang F, Gerasopoulos K, Fan XZ, Brown AD, Culver JN, Ghodssi R. 2014. An electrochemical sensor for selective TNT sensing based on Tobacco mosaic virus-like particle binding agents. Chem. Commun. 50:12977-12980. 

Fan, XZ, Brown AD, Gerasopoulos K, McCathy M, Culver JN, Ghodssi, R. 2013.   Tobacco mosaic virus: A biological building block for micro/nano/bio systems. J. Vac. Technol. A 31:050815, 1-24.

Brown AD, Naves L, Wang X, Ghodssi R, Culver JN. 2013. Carboxylate-directed in vivo assembly of virus-like nanorods and tubes for the display of functional peptides and residues.  Biomacromolecules, 14:3123-3129.

Payne GF, Kim E, Cheng Y, Wu H-C, Ghodssi R, Rubloff GW, Raghaven SR, Culver JN, Bentley WE. 2013.  Accessing biologys toolbox for the mesoscale biofabrication of soft matter.  Soft Matter, 9:6019-6032.

Liu Y, Xu Y, Zhu Y, Culver JN, Lundgren CA, Xu K, Wang C. 2013.  Tin-coated viral nanoforests as sodium-ion battery anodes.  ACS Nano. 7:3627-3634.

Liu Y, Zhang W, Zhu Y, Luo Y, Xu Y, Brown A, Culver JN, Lundgren CA, Xu K, Wang C. 2013.  Architecturing hierarchical function layers on self-assembled viral templates as 3D nano-array electrodes for integrated Li-ion microbatteries.  Nano Lett. 13:293-300.

Freer AS, Guarnaccio L, Wafford K, Smith J, Steilberg J, Culver JN, Harris MT. 2013.  SAXS characterization of genetically engineered tobacco mosaic virus nanorods coated with palladium in the absence of external reducing agents.  J. Colloid Interface Sci., 392:213-218.

Wang X and Culver JN. 2012. DNA binding specificity of ATAF2, a NAC domain transcription factor targeted for degradation by Tobacco mosaic virus. BMC Plant Biol. 12:157.

Chiang Cy, Epstein J, Brown A, Munday JN, Culver JN, Ehrman S. 2012. Biological Templates for Antireflective Current Collectors for Photoelectrochemical Cell Applications.  Nano Letters 14:6005-6011. 

Freer AS, Guarnaccio L, Wafford K, Smith J, Steilberg J, Culver JN, Harris MT. 2012. SAXS characterization of genetically engineered tobacco mosaic virus nanorods coated with palladium in the absence of external reducing agents.  J. Colloid Interface Sci. S0021-9797

Ghosh A, Guo J, Brown A, Royston ES, Wang C, Kofinas P Culver JN. 2012. Virus Assembled Flexible Electrode – Electrolyte Interfaces for Enhanced Polymer Based Battery Applications. J Nanomaterials. 795892.

Chen X, Guo JC, Gerasopoulos K, Brown A, Ghodssi R, Culver JN, Wang C. 2012.  3D tin anodes prepared by electrodeposition on a virus scaffold. J of Power Sources. 211:129-132.  

Gerasopoulos K, Pomerantseva E, McCarthy, M, Brown A, Wang C, Culver JN, Ghodssi R. 2012. Hierarchical three-dimensional microbattery electrodes combining bottom-up self-assembly and top-down micromachining.  ACS Nano 6:6422-6432

McCarthy M, Gerasopoulos K, Enright R, Culver JN, Ghodssi R, Wang EN.  2012.  Biotemplated hierarchical surfaces and the role of dual length scales in the repellency of impacting droplets.  Applied Physics Letters. 100:263701 1-5.  

Kramer SK, Goregaoker, SP, and Culver, JN. 2011.  Association of the tobacco mosaic virus 126 kDa replication protein with a GDI protein affects host susceptibility.  Virology, 414:110-118.

Chen X, Gerasopoulos K, Guo J, Brown A, Wang C, Ghodssi R, Culver JN. 2011. A patterned silicon anode fabricated by electrodeposition of Si on a virus structured 3-dimensional current collector, Advanced Functional Materials, 21:380-87.

Chen X, Gerasopoulos K, Guo J, Brown A, Ghodssi R, Culver JN, Wang C. 2011.  High rate performance of virus enabled 3D n-type Si anodes for lithium-ion batteries.  Electrochimica Acta 56:5210-13.

Lim JS, Kim SM, Lee SY, Stach EA, Culver JN, Harris MT. 2011.  Surface functionalized silica as a toolkit for studying aqueous phase palladium absorption and mineralization on thiol moiety in the absence of external reducing agents.  J. Colloid Interface Sci 356:31-36.  

Ellis, Christopher

Books:

Ellis, C.D. (Ed) 2012. Landscape & Values: Refereed Abstract Proceedings of the Council of Educators in Landscape Architecture Annual Conference (CELA2012), Champaign, Illinois. (325 pages) ISBN: 978-0-9853013-0-9

Ellis, C.D. (Editor-in-Chief) 2016. Landscape Research Review: Landscape and Values. Volume 3. (119 pages) ISSN: 2471-8335  

Articles in Refereed Journals:

Schneider, D.W., C.D. Ellis and K.S. Cummings.  1998.  “A Transportation Model Assessment of the Risk to Native Mussel Communities from Zebra Mussel Spread.”  in Conservation Biology 12(4): 788-800.

Quiroga, C., C.D. Ellis, and *S.Y. Shin. 2001. “Integrated Platform for Managing Utilities Along Highway Corridors.” in Transportation Research Record 1768, Paper No. 01-2677, Transportation Research Board, National Research Council, Washington, DC, pp. 233-241.

Ellis, C.D., C. Quiroga, *S.Y. Shin, and *R.J. Pina. 2003. “GIS and Human-Centered Design: Using Ethnographic Data Collection and Analysis Methods to Design a Utility Permitting Support System”. in Urban and Regional Information Systems Association (URISA) Journal 15(2): 5-22.

*Woo, J.H., M.J. Clayton, R.E. Johnson, B.E. Flores, and C.D. Ellis. 2004. “Dynamic Knowledge Map: Reusing Expert’s Tacit Knowledge in the AEC Industry”. in Automation in Construction 13(2): 203-207. 

Ellis, C.D., *S.W. Lee, and B. Kweon. 2006. “Retail Land Use, Neighborhood Satisfaction, and the Urban Forest: An Investigation into the Moderation and Mediation Effects of Trees.” in Landscape and Urban Planning 74(1): 70-78.

Kweon, B., C.D. Ellis, *S.W. Lee, and G.O. Rogers. 2006. “Large-Scale Environmental Perception: Investigating the Relationship Between Perceived and Objectively Measured Physical Environments.” in Environment & Behavior 38: 72-91.

*Lee, S.W., C.D. Ellis, B. Kweon, and Hong, S. 2008. “Relationship between Landscape Structure and Neighborhood Satisfaction in Urbanized Areas” in Landscape and Urban Planning 85(1): 60-70.

*Kim, J., and C.D. Ellis. 2009. “Determining the Effects of Local Development Regulations on Landscape Structure: Comparison of The Woodlands and North Houston, TX” in Landscape and Urban Planning 92 (3-4): 293-303.

Kweon, B., C.D. Ellis, *P.I. Leiva, and G.O. Rogers. 2010. “Land Content, Land Use, and Neighborhood Satisfaction.” in Environment and Planning B 37: 500-517.

Kim, J.H., C. Lee, N.E. Olvara, and C.D. Ellis. 2014. “The Role of Landscape Spatial Patterns on Obesity in Hispanic Children Residing in Inner-City Neighborhoods.” in Journal of Physical Activity and Health 11(8): 1449 – 1457.

Ellis, C.D., B. Kweon, S. Alward, R.L. Burke. 2015. “Landscape Performance: Measurement and Assessment of Multifunctional Landscapes.” In Landscape Architecture (风景园林) Special issue: Landscape Performance pages 32-39.

Lee, Junga, C.D. Ellis, Y.E. Choi, S. You, and J. Chon. 2015. “An Integrated Approach to Mitigation Wetland Site Selection: a Case Study in Gwacheon, Korea.” In Sustainability 7: 3386-3413.

Kweon, B., C.D. Ellis & *M. Storie. 2015. "The Scientific Benefits of Sustainable Landscape Design and its Impact on Education" Chinese Landscape Architecture Journal.

Kweon, B., C.D. Ellis, J. Lee, and K. Jacobs. (accepted in press). “The link between school environments and students’ academic performance.” Urban Forestry & Urban Greening.

National/International Invited Talks

Ellis, C.D. 1996. “Modeling in Geographical Information Systems to Support Landscape Planning.” Handong University. Pohang, Korea.

Ellis, C.D. 1996. “Process Support for Collaborative Spatial Decision Making in Geographical Information Systems.” Seoul National University. Seoul, Korea.

Ellis, C.D., and D.M. Johnston. 1997. “Representation of Movement and Object Compositions with Qualitative Measures of Distance, Direction, and Time.” Beckman Institute for Advanced Science and Technology.  University of Illinois. Urbana, Illinois.

Ellis, C.D., D.W. Wunneburger, and C.M. Cho. 1999. "Developing Online Spatial Information Systems” Brazos Valley Geographic Information Systems User Group Meeting, College Station, Texas.

Ellis, C.D., D. W. Wunneburger, and D. M. Cho. 1999. “Facilitating Maintenance Requests Using an Online Spatial Process Support system”. Senior Academic Business Administrator’s Meeting, Texas A&M University.

Ellis, C.D. 2000. Gee, Oh! Graphic Information Systems: Some Things You Might Not Know about GIS in Landscape Architecture”.  Invited Speaker, Texas A&M University ASLA Student Chapter Workshop, February 18-19, Texas A&M University.

Ellis, C.D. 2000. “Design for the Future”. Invited Speaker, Landscape Design Study Course sponsored by the Texas Garden Clubs, Incorporated and the Texas Agricultural Extension Service. September 20-22. At the Brazos Center, College Station, TX.

Lee, S.Y., C.D. Ellis, and B. Kweon. 2002. “Value of trees in your neighborhood: tree effects on the relationship between retail land use and neighborhood satisfaction”. City of College Station Neighborhood Conference & Youth Vision.  Sept. 14, College Station, Texas.

Ellis, C.D. 2003. “Design for the Future: Contributions of Landscape Ecology”. Invited Speaker, Landscape Design Study Course sponsored by the Texas Garden Clubs, Inc. and the Texas Agricultural Extension Service. January 27-29. Bryan, TX.

Ellis, C.D. 2004. “Ecological Affects of Land Development Policies.” Department of Architecture, Design, and Urban Planning, University of Buenos Aires, April 13, Buenos Aires, Argentina.

Ellis, C.D. 2004. “Decision Support Systems for Right-of-Way management.” Office of the Minister of Transportation, April 14, City of Buenos Aires, Argentina.

Ellis, C.D. 2005. “Design for the Future: Native Ecologies and Connectedness”. Invited Speaker, Landscape Design Study Course sponsored by the Texas Garden Clubs, Inc. and the Texas Agricultural Extension Service. January 27-29. College Station, TX.

Ellis, C.D. 2006. “GIS Issues and Recent Developments” University of Seoul, May 19, Seoul, Korea

Ellis, C.D. 2006. “United States National GIS Initiatives.” Korea GIS 2006, May 18, Seoul, Korea.

Ellis, C.D. 2007. “Landscape Ecology: A Basis for Sustainable Land Development.” Konkuk University, October 30, Seoul, Korea.

Ellis, C.D., B. Kweon, H. Kim, and B. Yang. (2007). “Accreditation of Landscape Architecture Programs in the United States.” Panel Discussion, Seoul Metropolitan Fora 2007, November 1, University of Seoul, Korea.

Ellis, C.D. 2007. “Revitalizing the Waterfront: San Antonio’s River Walk.” Plenary Session, Seoul Metropolitan Fora 2007, November 2, University of Seoul, Korea.

Ellis, C.D. 2008. “Human Ecology and Climate Change: Can our species adapt?.” NUTAU 2008 - International Seminar on Sustainable Space: Innovations in Buildings and Cities. September 8-12, Sao Paulo, Brazil.

Ellis, C.D. 2010. “Sustainable Development of Cities: Water management factor.” FIGA 2010 – International Forum for Environmental Mangement, March 22-24, Porto Alegre, Brazil.

Ellis, C.D. 2010. “Public Health and the Design of Cultural and Natural Communities.”  National Institutes of Health Roundtable 23, April 7, Washington, DC.

Ellis, C.D. 2010. “Sustainable Land Development Practices: Harnessing the Power of Ecosystem Services” Seminar in Engineering Climate Change: Science, Economy & Policy, November 23, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan.

Ellis, C.D. 2011. “Landscape Planning” Seminar in Landscape Architecture Education & Practice. School of Urban Design, Wuhan University, January 5-8, Wuhan, Hubei Province, China.

Ellis, C.D. 2012. “Landscape Planning and Ecosystem Services” Seminar in Plant Science: Green Roofs and Urban Sustainability, February 14, University of Maryland, College Park, Maryland.

Ellis, C.D. 2012. “Regenerating Value through Design Performance Benefits” International Symposium on New Progress in Urban Regeneration” sponsored by the Korean Ministry of Transport, Land and Maritime Affairs (MTLM), September 18, Jeonju City, Korea

Ellis, C.D. 2012. “Landscape Performance: Measuring Benefits of Designed Communities” Center for Urban Environmental Research and Education Seminar Series, October 19, University of Maryland Baltimore County, Baltimore, Maryland

Ellis, C.D. 2012. “Land Development and Ecosystem Services” Seminar in Engineering Climate Change: Science, Economy & Policy, October 23, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan.

Ellis, C.D. 2012. “Performance Benefits of Designed Communities” Howard County Environmental Sustainability Board Meeting, November 8, Robinson Nature Center, Howard County, Maryland

Ellis, C.D., B.S. Kweon, D. Myers, D. Nola, S. Cohen, C. Walsh, C. Henry, C. Balch. 2013. “Supporting Sustainable Urban Tree Research and Education through Design” Casey Tree Farm Design Competition, May 21, Casey Trees Headquarters, Washington, DC.

Ellis, C.D. 2013. “Building Green and Filtering Clean: Adaptation with Ecosystem Services” Seminar in Engineering Climate Change: Science, Economy & Policy, November 5, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan.

Ellis, C.D. 2015. “Collaborative Opportunities”Global Food Crisis Fund Community Outreach Summit, November 19-23, Mirebalais, Haiti.

Ellis, C.D. 2016. “This I Believe” Maryland Chapter-American Society of Landscape Architects (MD-ASLA) Annual Retreat, January 30, Irvine Nature Center, Owing Mills, Maryland

 

Published Projects and Reports

Lane, B., S. Whitham, C.D. Ellis, and T. Campanella. 1992. CORNELL CYCLES - A New Call for Transportation Alternatives. A technical report of the Cornell Department of Transportation Services. Cornell University. Ithaca, New York.

Hopkins, L.D., D.M. Johnston, T. Berger-Wolf, C.D. Ellis, and L. Henne. 1997. Dynamic spatial ecological modeling. In Assessing the Effects of Ecosystem Disturbance on Bio-diversity in the Arid and Semi-arid Environments of the American Southwest, A technical report to the U. S. Army Corps of Engineers and U. S. Army Research Office.

Quiroga, C., C.D. Ellis, S.Y. Shin, and R. Pina, 2002. A Data Platform for Managing Utilities Within the Right-of-Way. TxDOT Project 0-2110. A technical report to the Texas Department of Transportation, Austin, Texas. 

Award: Selected by TxDOT as one of the “top research innovations and findings” for 2002.

Ellis, C.D.*, H. Schubert, J.M., Borthagaray, G.G. Serra, K.C. Sivaramakrishnan, A. Gonzales-Pozo, and J. Fengjun. 2003. (Ed.) C.D. Ellis,  Limits of Development Permanent Monitoring Panel Report on Urban Mobility, Annual Report to the World Federation of Scientist. Geneva, Switzerland.

* Authors share equal credit for the content in this report.

Ellis, C.D.*, H. Schubert, J.M., Borthagaray, G.G. Serra, K.C. Sivaramakrishnan, A. Gonzales-Pozo, N. Harris, and S.Y. Lau. 2004. (Ed.) C.D. Ellis,  Limits of Development Permanent Monitoring Panel Report on Migration, Annual Report to the World Federation of Scientist. Geneva, Switzerland.

* Authors share equal credit for the content in this report.

Landphair, H., C.D. Ellis, J. Overman, and C. Estakahri. 2005. Natural Resource Utilization in the Construction of Transportation Facilities TxDOT Project 0-4248.  A technical report to the Texas Department of Transportation, Austin, Texas.   

Ellis, C.D., S. Brody, Wunneburger, P. Maghelal, W.J. Shin, and W. Highfield. 2007. Development of a Land Use Change Early Warning System. Cooperative Agreement #H5000 02 0271. A technical report to the National Park Service Gulf Coast Cooperative Ecosystems Studies Unit.

Ahn, J.H., C. Cho, and C.D. Ellis. 2009. Case Study of the Digital-Based Urban Hi-Tech Services in North America, A technical Report to the Korea Research Institute for Human Settlements, Seoul, Korea.

Ellis, C.D. 2010. Limits of Development Permanent Monitoring Panel Report on Adaptive Capacity, Annual Report to the World Federation of Scientist. Geneva, Switzerland.

* Authors share equal credit for the content in this report.

Ellis, C.D., N. Allen, K. Hayes, C. Hoge, K. Posthuma, J. ReinStein, G. Sorvalis and M. Zerfas. 2014. Carrol Creek Wildlife Recreation Area, a technical report to the City of Frederick Department of Planning.  A collaboration with the Partnership for Active Learning in Sustainability (PALS).

Ellis, C.D., C.D. Reilly. 2015. Landscape Performance Report: U.S. Coast Guard Headquarters. A technical report for the U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) in collaboration with the Landscape Architecture Foundation (LAF).

Ellis, C.D., S. Bartas, C. Chima, H. Choi, B. Cooper, E. Goodman, K. Jacobs, H. Liu, N. Martinazzi, A. Oppenheimer, E. Ortega-Afay, S. Treacy, C. Williams, B. Wood, and B. Xu. 2015. Frederick City Watershed Recreation Master Plan Phase 1, a technical report to the City of Frederick Department of Public Works. A collaboration with the Partnership for Active Learning in Sustainability (PALS).

Ellis, C.D., N. Collier, M. Dennis, M. Espinoza, R. LaGue, D. Reilly, S. Shirazi, and V. Yi. 2015. Kingman Island Project: Restoring Habitats and enriching Communities, a technical report to the Living Classrooms Foundation, Washington, DC.

Ellis, C.D., N. Collier, M. Dennis, M. Espinoza, R. LaGue, D. Reilly, S. Shirazi, and V. Yi.  2015. Fulton South Community Park, a technical report to the Howard County Department of Recreation and Parks. A collaboration with the Partnership for Active Learning in Sustainability (PALS).

Ellis, C.D., R. Brown, J. Cassagnol, H. Choi, A. Dorsey, T. Hamidzadeh, S. Hays, C. Lee, Y. Li, D. Mendis, N. O’Malley, W. Otremba, K. Roebuck, E. Ruano, S. Smith, W. Wolfe, A. Wyman, and D. Yelverton. 2016. Guildford Trail: Rails to Trails in Howard County, a technical report to the Howard County Department of Planning and Zoning. A collaboration with the Partnership for Active Learning in Sustainability (PALS).

 

Ellis, C.D., A. Dalal, J. Franklin, J. Poole, Jen Ren, and L. Robinson. 2016. Patapsco Greenway Exchange, a technical report to the Ann Arundel County Office of the County Executive. A collaboration with the Partnership for Active Learning in Sustainability (PALS).

Ellis, C.D., B.S. Kweon, and D.N Myers. 2016. Green Infrastructure as Outdoor Environmental Laboratories: Urban Water Quality Training in Primary and Secondary Schools. A booklet of Stormwater Management Lesson Plans for Grades 3-12. Funded by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency announcement number EPA-OW-IO-13-01: Urban Waters Small Grants. 

Everts, Kathryne

Recent Articles in Refereed Journals:

Hansen, Z.R., Everts, K.L., Fry, W.E., Gevens, A.J., Grünwald, N.J., Gugino, B.K., Johnson, D.A., Johnson, S.B., Judelson, H.S., Knaus, B.J., McGrath, M.T., Myers, K.L., Ristaino, J.B., Roberts, P.D., Secor, G.A., and Smart, C.D. 2016. Genetic Variation within Clonal Lineages of Phytophthora infestans Revealed through Genotyping-By-Sequencing, and Implications for Late Blight Epidemiology. PLoS ONE 11(11): e0165690. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0165690 http://dx.doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0165690

Marine, S.C., Newark, M.J., Korir, R.C., and Everts, K.L. 2016. Evaluation of rotational biopesticide programs for disease management in organic cucurbit production. Plant Dis. 100:2226-2233.

Himmelstein, J.C., Maul, J.E., Balci, Y., Everts, K.L. 2016. Factors associated with leguminous green manure incorporation and Fusarium wilt suppression in watermelon. Plant Dis. 100:1910-1920. http://dx.doi.org/10.1094/PDIS-08-15-0956-RE

Kness, A.A., Johnson, G., Everts, K.L. Evans, T.A., Donofrio, N.M., Earnest, E.G. 2016. Managing pod rot of lima bean caused by Phytophthora capsici with fungicides in the mid-Atlantic region. Plant Health Progress. 17:130-132.

Meyer, S.L.F., Everts, K.L., McSpadden Gardener, B., Masler, E.P., Abdelnabby, H.M.E., Skantar, A.M. 2016. Assessment of DAPG-producing Pseudomonas fluorescens for Management of Meloidogyne incognita and Fusarium oxysporum on Watermelon. Journal of Nematology 48(1):43–53.

Everts, K.L., Korir, R.C., and Newark, M.J. 2016. Re-evaluation of MelCast for fungicide scheduling in mid-Atlantic watermelon. Plant Health Progress. 17:51-52. doi:10.1094/PHP-BR-15-0041

Callahan, M.T., Marine, S.C., Everts, K.L., Micallef, S.A. 2016. Drip line flushing with chlorine may not be effective in reducing bacterial loads in irrigation water distribution systems. Journal of Food Protection. 79:1021-1025.

Reed-Jones, N.L., Marine, S.C., Everts, K.L., Micallef, S.A. 2016. Effects of cover crop species and season on population dynamics of Escherichia coli and Listeria innocua in soil. Appl. Environ. Microbiol 82:1767-1777. doi:10.1128/AEM.03712-15.

Pagadala, S., Marine, S.C., Micallef, S.A., Wang, F., Pahl, D.M., Melendez, M.V., Kline, W.L., Oni, R.A., Walsh, C.S., Everts, K.L., Buchanan, R.L. 2015. Assessment of region, farming system, irrigation source and sampling time as food safety risk factors for tomatoes. International Journal of Food Microbiology 196:98–108. ( http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.ijfoodmicro.2014.12.005)

Meyer, S.L.F., Zasada, I.A., Rupprecht, S.M., VanGessel, M.J., Hooks, C.R.R., Morra, M.J. Everts, K.L. 2015. Mustard Seed Meal for Management of Root-Knot Nematode and Weeds in Tomato Production. HortTechnology 25:192-202                                    

Marine, S.C., Pagadala, S., Wang, F., Pahl, D.M., Melendez, M.V., Kline, W.L., Oni, R.A., Walsh, C.S., Everts, K.L., Buchanan, R.L. and Micallef, S.A. 2015. Growing season, but not farming system, a food safety risk determinant for leafy greens in the mid-Atlantic region. Applied and Environmental Microbiology. doi: 10.1128/AEM.00051-15

Fry, W.E., Birch, P.R.J., Judelson, H.S., Grunwald, N.J., Danies, G.,  Everts, K.L., Gevens, A.J., Gugino, B.K., Johnson, D.A.,  Johnson, S.B.,  McGrath, M.T., Myers, K.L., Ristaino, J.B.,  Roberts, P.D., Secor, G. and Smart, C.D.  2015. Five reasons to consider Phytophthora infestans a re-emerging pathogen. Phytopathology 105: 966-981.

Marine, S.C., Martin, D.A., Adalja, A., Mathew, S., and Everts, K.L. 2015. Effect of market channel, farm scale, and years in production on mid-Atlantic vegetable producers’ knowledge and implementation of Good Agricultural Practices. Food Control 59:128-138.

Everts, K.L. and Himmelstein, J.C. 2015. Fusarium wilt of watermelon: towards sustainable management of a re-emerging plant disease. Crop Prot. 73:93-99. (Invited Review)

Summers, C.F., Park, S., Dunn, A.R., Rong, X., Everts, K.L., Meyer, S.L.F., Rupprecht, S.M., Kleinhenz, M.D., McSpadden Gardener, B., and Smart, C.D. 2014. Single season effects of mixed-species cover crops on tomato health (cultivar Celebrity) in multi-state field trials. Applied Soil Ecology 77:51-58.

Summers, C.F., Park, S., Dunn, A.R., Rong, X., Everts, K.L., Kleinhenz, M.D., McSpadden Gardener, B., and Smart, C.D. 2014. Fungal and oomycete pathogen detection in the rhizosphere of organic tomatoes grown in cover crop-treated soils. Applied Soil Ecology 80:44–50.

Himmelstein, J. C., Maul, J., and Everts, K. L., 2014. Impact of Five Cover Crop Green Manures and Actinovate on Fusarium Wilt of Watermelon. Plant Disease, 98:965-972. (doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1094/PDIS-06-13-0585-RE).

Everts, K.L., Egel, D.S., Langston, D. and Zhou, X.G. 2014. Chemical management of Fusarium wilt of watermelon. Crop Protection 66:114-119.

Fry, W.E., McGrath, M.T, Seaman, A., Zitter, T.A, McLeod, A., Danies, G., Small, I.M., Myers, K., Everts, K.L., Gevens, A.J., Gugino, B.K., Johnson, S.B., Judelson, H., Ristaino, J., Roberts, P., Secor, G., Seebold, K., Snover-Clift, K., Wyenandt, A., Grunwald, N.J., and Smart, C. D., 2013. The 2009 Late Blight Pandemic in Eastern USA – causes and results Plant Disease. Plant Disease 97(3): 296-306.

Fry, W.E., McGrath, M.T., Seaman, A., Zitter, T.A., McLeod, A., Danies, G., Small, I., Myers, K., Everts, K., Gevens, A., Gugino, B.K., Johnson, S., Judelson, H., Ristaino, J., Roberts, P., Secor, G., Seebold, K., Snover-Clift, K., Wyenandt, A., Grunwald, N.J., and Smart, C.D. 2012. The 2009 late blight pandemic in eastern USA". Invited and peer-reviewed feature article. APS Features, 2012. doi:10.1094/APSFeature-2012-08.

Zhou, X.G., and Everts, K.L. 2012. Anthracnose and gummy stem blight are reduced on watermelon grown on a no-till hairy vetch cover crop. Plant Disease. 96:431-436 ( http://apsjournals.apsnet.org/doi/pdf/10.1094/PDIS-07-110608).

Everts, K.L., Osborne, L., Gevens A.J., Vasquez, S.J., Gugino, B.K., Ivors, K., and Harmon, C. 2012. Extension plant pathology: Strengthening resources to continue serving the public interest. Phytopathology 102:652-655.

Ojiambo, P.S., Holmes, G.J., Britton, W., Keever, T., Adams, M.L., Babadoost, M., Bost, S.C., Boyles, R., Brooks, M., Damicone, J., Draper, M.A., Egel, D.S., Everts, K.L., Ferrin, D.M., Gevens, A.J., Gugino, B.K., Hausbeck, M.K., Ingram, D.M., Isakeit, T., Keinath, A.P., Koike, S.T., Langston, D., McGrath, M.T., Miller, S.A., Mulrooney, R., Rideout, S., Roddy, E., Seebold, K.W., Sikora, E.J., Thornton, A., Wick, R.L., Wyenandt, C.A., and Zhang, S. 2011. Cucurbit downy mildew ipmPIPE: A next generation web-based interactive tool for disease management and extension outreach. Online. Plant Health Progress doi: 10.1094/PHP-2011-0411-01-RV.

Zhou, X.G., Everts, K.L., and Bruton, B.D. 2010. Race 3, a new and highly virulent race of Fusarium oxysporum f.sp. niveum causing Fusarium wilt in watermelon. Plant Dis. 94:92-98.

Keinath, A.P., Hassell, R.L., Everts, K.L. and Zhou, X.G. 2010. Cover crops of hybrid common vetch reduce Fusarium wilt of seedless watermelon in the eastern United States. Online. Plant Health Progress. doi: 10.1094/PHP-2010-0914-01-RS.

Extension Publications – Fact Sheets:

Everts, K.L. 2016 Soil Biology: Cover Crops and Disease Suppression. Southern over Crops 2016 Conference Fact Sheet. http://www.southernsare.org/Events/Southern-Cover-Crop-Conference/Southern-Cover-Crop-Conference-Fact-Sheets#disease

Kness, A.A., Kleczewski, N., Everts, K.L. 2015. Downy mildew of lima bean, University of Delaware Fact Sheet, http://cdn.extension.udel.edu/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/15090633/Downy-mildew-of-lima-bean-3.pdf

Kness, A.A., Kleczewski, N., Everts, K.L. 2015. Pod rot of lima bean, University of Delaware Fact Sheet, http://cdn.extension.udel.edu/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/15092237/Pod-Rot-of-Lima-Bean-fact-sheet-3.pdf

Marine, S.C., Everts, K.L. 2015. Cantaloupe (Muskmelon) in Maryland. University of Maryland Fact Sheet.

Plant Disease Management Reports:

Everts, K.L., Korir, R., and Marine, S.C. 2016. Evaluation of fungicides for management of foliar diseases on watermelon, 2015. Plant Dis. Manag. Rep. 10:V068.

Everts, K.L., Korir, R., and Marine, S.C. 2016. Evaluation of fungicides for management of powdery mildew on squash, 2015. Plant Dis. Manag. Rep. 10: V094.

Everts, K.L. and Korir, R. 2016. Evaluation of Proline and Topsin fungicides for management of Fusarium wilt on watermelon, 2015. Plant Dis. Manag. Rep. 10: V046.

Marine, S.C., Korir, R. and Everts, K.L. 2016. Field evaluation of muskmelon cultivars for susceptibility to anthracnose, powdery mildew and downy mildew when grown in organic no-till and plastic-mulch production systems in Maryland, 2015. Plant Dis. Manag. Rep. 10: V090.

Marine, S.C. and Everts, K.L. 2016. Field evaluation of rescue treatments for manganese toxicity in muskmelon production in Maryland, 2015. Plant Dis. Manag. Rep. 10:V097.

Everts, K.L., Korir, R., Armentrout, D.A. 2015. Evaluation of fungicides for suppression of root rot disease on snap bean, 2014, Plant Dis. Manag. Rep., 9:V048. Online publication. doi:10.1094/PDMR09

Everts, K.L., Korir, R. 2015. Evaluation of fungicides and Melcast forecasting program for watermelon disease management, 2014, Plant Dis. Manag. Rep. 9:V047., Online publication. doi: 10.1094/PDMR09.

Everts, K.L., Korir, R.C. 2015. Field evaluation of pollenizers for resistance to Fusarium wilt of watermelon in Maryland, 2014. Plant Dis. Manag. Rep. 9:V046., Online publication. doi: 10.1094/PDMR09.

Everts, K.L., Korir, R.C. 2015. Evaluation of fungicides for management of foliar diseases on watermelon, 2014, Plant Dis. Manag. Rep. 9:V045. Online publication. doi: 10.1094/PDMR09.

Everts, K.L., Korir, R.C. 2015. Field evaluation of triploid cultivars for resistance to Fusarium wilt of watermelon in Maryland, Plant Dis. Manag. Rep. 9:V006. Online publication. doi: 10.1094/PDMR09.

Everts, K.L. and Newark, M.J. 2014. Evaluation of fungicide programs for management of downy mildew of cucumbers, 2013, Plant Dis. Mang. Rep., 8:V196. Online publication. doi: 10.1094/PDMR08

Everts, K.L. and Newark, M.J. 2014. Evaluation of fungicides for management of mildew diseases in organic squash and pumpkin, 2013, Plant Dis. Mang. Rep., 8:V211. Online publication. doi: 10.1094/PDMR08

Everts, K.L. and Newark, M.J. 2014. Evaluation of fungicides for management of mildew diseases of cucurbits, 2013, Plant Dis. Mang. Rep., 8:V210. Online publication. doi: 10.1094/PDMR08

Everts, K.L. and Newark, M.J. 2014. Evaluation of fungicides for management of foliar diseases on watermelon, 2013, Plant Dis. Mang. Rep, 8:V209. Online publication. doi: 10.1094/PDMR08

Everts, K.L. and Newark, M.J. 2014. Evaluation of triploid cultivars for resistance to Fusarium wilt of watermelon in Maryland, 2013, Plant Dis. Mang. Rep., 8:V258. Online publication. doi: 10.1094/PDMR08

 

 

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Johnson, L.R. and S.N. Handel. 2016. Restoration treatments in urban park forests drive long-term changes in vegetation trajectories. Ecological Applications 3:940-956. doi:10.1890/14-2063.1

Bounds, K., M.J. Feller, J. Greenfeld, M. Heaviland, C. Pregitzer, T. Wenskus, B. Gunther, L. Johnson, K. King, J. Wu, M. Naidich, E. Pehek, B. Simmons, S. Stanley, and E. Toth. 2015. Guidelines for Urban Forest Restoration. New York City Department of Parks and Recreation. http://www.nycgovparks.org/pagefiles/84/guidelines-to-urban-forest-restoration.pdf

Johnson, L.R., 2012. Changing the land: Integrating ecological science with design. Scenario Journal 2:3.   http://scenariojournal.com/article/changing-the-land/.

Ravit, B., L. Rohleder, L.R. Johnson, J.G. Ehrenfeld, and P. Kallin, 2008. A vegetation survey of Teaneck Creek Wetlands. Urban Habitats 5:1, www.urbanhabitats.org.

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