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Publications in review / in revision
- Draper, J.P., T.B. Atwood, N.G. Beckman, K.M. Kettenring, and J.K. Young In revision. Effects of mesopredator frugivory on seed viability and germination of commonly consumed and dispersed plant species. Ecosphere.
- Leonard, E.E., A. Mast, C. Hawkins, and K.M. Kettenring. In revision. Arthropod assemblages in invasive and native vegetation of Great Salt Lake wetlands. Wetlands.
- Rohal, C.B., C. Reinhardt Adams, L. Reynolds, E.L.G. Hazelton, and K.M. Kettenring. Do common assumptions about the wetland seed bank following invasive plant removal hold true? Divergent outcomes following multi-year Phragmites australis management. Applied Vegetation Science.
- Sima, S., D.E. Rosenberg, S.E. Null, W. Wurtsbaugh, and K.M. Kettenring. In revision. Managing Lake Urmia, Iran for diverse restoration objectives: moving beyond a uniform target lake level. Journal of Hydrology: Regional Studies.
- Endter-Wada, J., K.M. Kettenring, and A. Sutton-Grier. 2020. Protecting wetlands for people: strategic policy action can help wetlands mitigate risk and enhance resilience. Environmental Science & Policy, 108: 37-44.
- Kettenring, K.M., C. Cranney, R. Downard, K. Hambrecht, E.E. Tarsa, D. Menuz, and C.B. Rohal. 2020. Invasive plants of Great Salt Lake wetlands: what, where, how, and why? in B. Baxter and J. Butler (eds.) Great Salt Lake: biology of a terminal lake in the age of change. Springer.
- Kettenring, K.M. and E.E. Tarsa. 2020. Need to seed? Ecological, genetic, and evolutionary keys to seed-based wetland restoration. Frontiers in Environmental Science, 8 (109): 1-30 .
- McCormick, M.K., D.F. Whigham, J.R. Stapp, E.L.G. Hazelton, E.K. McFarland, and K.M. Kettenring. 2020. Shoreline modification affects recruitment of invasive Phragmites australis. Wetland Ecology & Management, 28, 909-919. https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s11273-020-09757-6
- Pendleton, M.C., S. Sedgwick, K.M. Kettenring, T.B. Atwood. 2020. Ecosystem functioning of Great Salt Lake wetlands. Wetlands. In press.
- Triplett, L.D., K.M. Kettenring, M. Tal, and Z. Wagner. 2020. Invasion of a widespread, non-native grass causes downstream reductions in bioavailable silica. Journal of the American Water Resources Association, 56(5) 810-819.
- Young, S., and K.M. Kettenring. 2020. The social-ecological system driving effect invasive plant management: two case studies of non-native Phragmites. Journal of Environmental Management, 267: 110612.
- Kiviat, E., L.A. Meyerson, T.J. Mozdzer, W.J. Allen, A.H. Baldwin, G.P. Bhattarai, H. Brix, J.S. Caplan, K.M. Kettenring, C. Lambertini, P. Pysek, J. Weis, D. Whigham, J.T. Cronin. 2019. Evidence does not support the targeting of cryptic invaders at the subspecies level using classical biological control. Biological Invasions, 21: 2529-2541.
- Kettenring, K.M., D.R. Menuz, and K.E. Mock. 2019. The nativity and distribution of the cryptic invader Phalaris arundinacea (reed canarygrass) in riparian areas of the Columbia and Missouri River Basins. Wetlands, 39: 55-66.
- Kettenring, K.M., B.N. Mossman, R. Downard, and K.E. Mock. 2019. Fine-scale genetic diversity and landscape-scale genetic structuring in three foundational bulrush species: implications for wetland revegetation. Restoration Ecology, 7: 408-420.
- Rohal, C, C. Cranney, and K.M. Kettenring. 2019. Abiotic and landscape factors constrain restoration outcomes across spatial scales of a widespread invasive plant. Frontiers in Plant Science, 10: 1-17.
- Rohal, C., C. Cranney, E. Hazelton, and K.M. Kettenring. 2019 Invasive Phragmites australis management outcomes and native plant recovery are context dependent. Ecology & Evolution, 9: 13835-13849.
- Rosenberg, D., K.M. Kettenring, and A.R. Diekema. 2019. Everybody's publishing but me! How a writing group can help actualize your publishing dreams. College & Research Libraries News, 80: 138-142.
- Endter-Wada, J., K.M. Kettenring, and A. Sutton-Grier. 2018. Editorial: Sustaining wetlands to mitigate disasters and protect people. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment, 16: 431.
- Espeland, E.K. and K. M. Kettenring. 2018. Strategic plant choices can alleviate climate change impacts. Journal of Environmental Management, 222: 316-324.
- Gaines Crockett, E., J.E. Marty, K.M. Kettenring, and N. Nadkarni. 2018. Jail inmates as scientists: Providing hands-on opportunities to contribute to ecological research. Corrections Today 4: 41-45.
- Hazelton, E.L.G., R. Downard, K.M. Kettenring, M.K. McCormick, and D.F. Whigham. 2018. Spatial and temporal variation in brackish marsh seedbanks: implications for wetland restoration following Phragmites control. Estuaries and Coasts, 41: 68-84.
- Kettenring, K.M., and D.F. Whigham. 2018. The role of propagule type, resource availability, and seed source in Phragmites invasion in Chesapeake Bay wetlands. Wetlands, 38: 1259-1268.
- Rohal, C.B., K.M. Kettenring, K. Sims, E.L.G. Hazelton, and Z. Ma. 2018. Surveying managers to inform a regionally relevant invasive Phragmites australis research program. Journal of Environmental Management, 206: 807-816.
- Duncan, J., R. Rozum, J. Powell, and K.M. Kettenring. 2017. Multi-scale methods predict invasion speeds in variable landscapes. Case study: Phragmites australis. Theoretical Ecology, 10: 287-303.
- Eller, F., H. Skálová, J.S. Caplan, G.P. Bhattarai, M.K. Burger, J.T. Cronin, W-Y. Guo, X. Guo, E.L.G. Hazelton, K.M. Kettenring, C. Lambertini, M.K. McCormick, L.A. Meyerson, T.J. Mozdzer, P. Pyšek, B.K. Sorrell, D.F. Whigham, H. Brix. 2017. Cosmopolitan species as ecophysiological models for responses to global change: the common reed Phragmites australis. Frontiers in Plant Science, 8: article 1833.
- Espeland, E., N. Emery, K. Mercer, S. Woolbright, K.M. Kettenring, P. Gepts, J. Etterson. 2017. Evolution of plant materials for restoration: Insights from the applied and basic literature. Journal of Applied Ecology, 54: 102-115.
- Long, A.L., K.M. Kettenring, and C.P. Hawkins, and C.M.U. Neale. 2017. Distribution and drivers of a widespread, invasive wetland grass, Phragmites australis, in wetlands of the Great Salt Lake, Utah, USA. Wetlands, 37: 45-57.
- Long, A.L., K.M. Kettenring, and R. Toth. 2017. Prioritizing management of the invasive grass common reed (Phragmites australis) in Great Salt Lake wetlands. Invasive Plant Science & Management, 10: 155-165.
- Marty, J.E., and K.M. Kettenring. 2017. Seed dormancy break and germination of three globally important wetland bulrushes: Guidance for restoration of Bolboschoenus maritimus, Schoenoplectus acutus, and S. americanus. Ecological Restoration, 35: 138-147.
- Alminagorta, O., D.E. Rosenberg, K.M. Kettenring. 2016. Systems modeling to improve the hydroecological performance of diked wetlands. Water Resources Research, 52: 7070-7085.
- Kettenring, K.M. 2016. Viability, dormancy, germination, and intraspecific variation of Bolboschoenus maritimus (alkali bulrush) seeds. Aquatic Botany, 134: 26-30.
- Kettenring, K.M., K.E. Mock, B. Zaman, and M. McKee. 2016. Life on the edge: reproductive mode and rate of invasive Phragmites australis patch expansion. Biological Invasions, 18: 2475-2495.
- Hazelton, E.L.G., M.K McCormick, M. Sievers, K.M. Kettenring, and D.F. Whigham. 2015. Stand age is associated with clonal diversity, but not vigor, community structure, or insect herbivory in Chesapeake Bay Phragmites australis. Wetlands, 35: 877-888.
- Kettenring, K.M., D.F. Whigham, E.L.G. Hazelton, S.K. Gallagher, and H.M. Baron. 2015. Biotic resistance, disturbance, and mode of colonization impact the invasion of a widespread, introduced wetland grass. Ecological Applications, 25: 466-480.
- Laine, C.M., K.M. Kettenring, and B.B. Roper. 2015. An assessment of response metrics to measure seasonal variation and grazing effects on riparian plant communities. Western North American Naturalist, 75: 102-114.
- Menuz, D.R., K.M. Kettenring, C. Hawkins, and R. Cutler. 2015. Non-equilibrium in plant distribution models - only an issue for introduced or dispersal limited species? Ecography, 38: 231-240.
- Downard, R., J. Endter-Wada, and K.M. Kettenring. 2014. Adaptive wetland management in an uncertain and changing arid environment. Ecology and Society, 19(2): 23.
- Hazelton, E.L.G., T. Mozdzer, D. Burdick, D.F. Whigham, and K.M. Kettenring. 2014. Phragmites australis management in the Unites States: 40 years of methods and outcomes. AoB Plants, plu001. *Selected as "Editor's Choice".
- Kettenring, K.M., K.L. Mercer, C. Reinhardt Adams, and J. Hines. 2014. Application of genetic diversity-ecosystem function research to ecological restoration. Journal of Applied Ecology, 51: 339-348. *Selected as "Editor's Choice" (Dr. Brian Wilsey, Associate Editor, essay).
- Santos Vanderlinder, M.E.L., C.M.U. Neale, D.E. Rosenberg, and K.M. Kettenring. 2014. Use of remote sensing to assess changes in wetland plant communities over an 18-year period – a case study from the Bear River Migratory Bird Refuge, Great Salt Lake, UT. Western North American Naturalist, 74: 33-46.
- Triplett, L.D., K.M. Kettenring, M. Tal, and C. Smith. 2014. The potential for multiple signatures of invasive species in the geologic record. Anthropocene, 5: 59-64.
- Laine, C.M., K.M. Kettenring, and B.B. Roper. 2013. An assessment of permanent and nonpermanent plots in riparian vegetation monitoring. Western North American Naturalist, 73(3): 337-346.
- Menuz, D.R. and K.M. Kettenring. 2013. The importance of roads, nutrients, and climate for invasive plant establishment in riparian areas in the northwestern United States. Biological Invasions, 15: 1601-1612.
- Sweetman, A.C., K.M. Kettenring, and K.E. Mock. 2013. The pattern and structure of genetic diversity of Schoenoplectus maritimus: implications for wetland revegetation. Aquatic Botany, 104: 47-54.
- Welsh, L., J. Endter-Wada, R. Downard, and K.M. Kettenring. 2013. Developing adaptive capacity to droughts: the rationality of locality. Ecology and Society, 18: 7.
- Kettenring, K.M., S. de Blois, and D.P. Hauber. 2012. Moving from a regional to a continental perspective of Phragmites australis invasion in North America. AoB Plants, 1-18. *Selected as "Editor's Choice".
- Kettenring, K.M. and K.E. Mock. 2012. Genetic diversity, reproductive mode, and dispersal differ between the cryptic invader, Phragmites australis, and its native conspecific. Biological Invasions, 14: 2489-2504.
- Kettenring, K.M., M.K. McCormick, H.M. Baron, and D.F. Whigham. 2011. Mechanisms of Phragmites australis invasion: feedbacks among genetic diversity, nutrients, and sexual reproduction. Journal of Applied Ecology 48: 1305-1313.
- Kettenring, K.M. and C. Reinhardt Adams. 2011. Lessons learned from invasive plant control experiments: a systematic review and meta-analysis. Journal of Applied Ecology 48: 970-979.
- Kettenring, K.M., and S.M. Galatowitsch. 2011. Carex seedling emergence in restored and natural prairie wetlands. Wetlands 31: 273-281.
- Kettenring, K.M., and S.M. Galatowitsch. 2011. Seed rain of restored and natural prairie wetlands. Wetlands 31: 283-294.
- Baldwin, A.H., K.M. Kettenring and D.F. Whigham. 2010. Seed banks of Phragmites australis-dominated brackish wetlands: relationships to seed viability, inundation, and land cover. Aquatic Botany 93: 163-169.
- Kettenring, K.M., M.K. McCormick, H.M. Baron, and D.F. Whigham. 2010. Phragmites australis (common reed) invasion in the Rhode River subestuary of the Chesapeake Bay: disentangling the effects of foliar nutrients, genetic diversity, patch size, and seed viability. Estuaries and Coasts 33: 118-126.
- McCormick, M.K., K.M. Kettenring, H.M. Baron, D.F. Whigham. 2010. Extent and reproductive mechanisms of Phragmites australis spread in brackish wetlands in Chesapeake Bay, Maryland (USA). Wetlands 30: 67-74.
- McCormick, M.K., K.M. Kettenring, H.M. Baron, D.F. Whigham. 2010. Spread of invasive Phragmites australis in estuaries with differing degrees of development: genetic patterns, Allee effects and interpretation. Journal of Ecology 98: 1369-1378.
- Kettenring, K.M., C.W.Weekley, and E.S. Menges. 2009. Herbivory delays flowering and reduces fecundity of Liatris ohlingerae (S.F. Blake) B.L. Rob., an endangered, endemic plant of the Florida scrub. Journal of the Torrey Botanical Society 136: 350-362.
- Kettenring, K.M. and D.F. Whigham. 2009. Seed viability and seed dormancy of Phragmites australis in suburbanized and forested watersheds of the Chesapeake Bay, USA. Aquatic Botany 91:199-204.
- Hipp, A.L., K.M. Kettenring, K.A. Feldheim, and J.A. Weber. 2009. Isolation of 11 polymorphic tri- and tetranucleotide microsatellite loci in a North American sedge (Carex scoparia: Cyperaceae) and cross-species amplification in three additional Carex species. Molecular Ecology Resources 9(2):625-627.
- Kettenring, K.M., and S.M. Galatowitsch. 2007. Temperature requirements for dormancy break and seed germination vary greatly among 14 wetlandCarex species. Aquatic Botany 87:209-220.
- Kettenring, K.M., and S.M. Galatowitsch. 2007. Tools for Carex revegetation in prairie pothole wetlands: understanding dormancy loss and germination temperature requirements. Plant Ecology 193:157-169.
- Kettenring, K.M., G.M. Gardner, and S.M. Galatowitsch. 2006. Effect of light on seed germination of eight wetland Carex species. Annals of Botany 98:869-874.
- Kettenring, K.M., B.T. Martinez, A.M. Starfield, and W.M. Getz. 2006. Good practices for sharing ecological models. BioScience 56:59-64.