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2014
Spellman, K.V., C.P.H. Mulder, and T.N. Hollingsworth. 2014. Wildfire burn susceptibility to non-native plant invasions in black spruce forests of interior Alaska. Biological Invasions. DOI 10.1007/s10530-013-0633-6
Roon, D.A., M.S. Wipfli, and T.L. Wurtz. 2014. Effects of invasive European bird cherry (Prunus padus) on leaf litter processing aquatic invertebrate shredder communities in urban Alaskan streams. Hydrobiologia. DOI 10.1007/s10750-014-1881-x
2013
Flagstad, L., M. Carlson, H. Cortés-Burns, C. Jarnevich, and T. Holcombe. 2013. Will a changing climate increase interaction between rare and non-native plant species in Alaska? In: Gibble, W., J. Combs, and S. Reichard (eds.). 2013. Conserving Plant Biodiversity in a Changing World: a View from Northwestern North America. University of Washington Botanic Gardens. Conference Proceedings. 106 pp.
Greenstein, C., and B. Heitz. 2013. Non-native Plant Surveys on Public Lands Affected by Forest Fires 2009-2010. Prepared for the Bureau of Land Management – Alaska State Office. Alaska Natural Heritage Program, University of Alaska Anchorage, AK. 54 pp.
Greenstein, C. 2013. Monitoring & controlling invasive plants at Rohn Cabin: 2013 update. Prepared for Anchorage Field Office, Bureau of Land Management, U.S. Department of the Interior. Alaska Natural Heritage Program, University of Alaska Anchorage. Anchorage, Alaska. 38 pp.
Cortés-Burns, H., and L. Flagstad. 2013. Non-Native Plant Management Plan for Campbell Tract, Anchorage, Alaska. Prepared for the Bureau of Land Management – Anchorage Field Office. Alaska Natural Heritage Program, University of Alaska Anchorage, AK. 74 pp.
Flagstad, L., H. Cortés-Burns, and C. Greenstein. 2013. Identification of Non-native Plants in Alaska. Alaska Natural Heritage Program, University of Alaska Anchorage, AK. 251 pp.
Greenstein, C., and H. Cortés-Burns. 2013. Invasive Plant Management Guidance, McGrath, AK. Prepared for the Bureau of Land Management – Anchorage Field Office. Alaska Natural Heritage Program, University of Alaska Anchorage, AK. 34 pp.
Greenstein, C., and H. Cortés-Burns. 2013. Invasive Plant Management Guidance, Nixon Fork Mine, AK. Prepared for the Bureau of Land Management – Anchorage Field Office. Alaska Natural Heritage Program, University of Alaska Anchorage, AK. 26 pp.
Greenstein, C., and M. Carlson. 2013. Monitoring and Controlling Invasive Plants at Rohn Cabin: 2012 Update. Prepared for the Bureau of Land Management – Anchorage Field Office. Alaska Natural Heritage Program, University of Alaska Anchorage, AK. 22 pp.
2012
Greenstein, C., and M. Carlson. 2012. Invasive Plant Monitoring in Unalakleet and Upriver 2012. Prepared for the Bureau of Land Management - Anchorage Field Office. Alaska Natural Heritage Program, University of Alaska Anchorage, AK. 16 pp.
Klein, H., C. Greenstein, M. Phelps, L. Flagstad, H. Cortés-Burns, and M. Carlson. 2012. Municipality of Anchorage Non-native Plant Survey: a survey of non-native plants along major and secondary roads in the Municipality of Anchorage, Alaska. Prepared for the Anchorage Park Foundation and Municipality of Anchorage. Alaska Natural Heritage Program, University of Alaska Anchorage, AK. 144 pp.
Schworer, T., R. Federer, and H. Ferren. Managing invasive species: How much do we spend? Institute of Social and Economic Research, University of Alaska Anchorage.
Sowerwine, J., M. Rinella, and M. Carlson. 2012. Do populations of an invasive weed differ greatly in their per-gram competitive effects? Western North American Naturalist 72(1): 43-47.
2011
Conn, J., N. Werdin-Pfisterer, K. Beattie, and R. Densmore. 2011. Ecology of Invasive Melilotus albus on Alaskan Glacial River Floodplains. Arctic, Antarctic and Alpine Research 43: 343-354.
Cortés-Burns, H., T. Nawrocki, E. Johnson, and D. Collet. 2011. Unalakleet Wild River Invasive Plant Management Plan. Prepared for the Bureau of Land Management- Anchorage Field Office. Alaska Natural Heritage Program, University of Alaska Anchorage, AK. 30 pp.
Cortés-Burns, H., T. Nawrocki, M. Duffy, and K. Walton. 2011. Salmon Lake-Kigluaik State Recreation Management Area Invasive Plant Management Plan. Prepared for the Bureau of Land Management- Anchorage Field Office. Alaska Natural Heritage Program, University of Alaska Anchorage, AK. 31 pp.
Graziano, G. 2011. Strategic plan for invasive weed & agricultural pest management and prevention in Alaska. Alaska Plant Materials Center, Division of Agriculture, Department of Natural Resources, Palmer, AK. 36 pp.
Nawrocki, T., H. Klein, M. Carlson, L. Flagstad, J. Conn, R. DeVelice, A. Grant, G. Graziano, B. Million, and W. Rapp. 2011. Invasiveness Ranking of 50 Non-Native Plant Species for Alaska. Report prepared for the Alaska Association of Conservation Districts. Alaska Natural Heritage Program, University of Alaska Anchorage, Anchorage, AK. 253 pp.
Roon, D. A. 2011. Ecological effects of invasive European bird cherry (Prunus padus) on salmonid food webs in Anchorage, Alaska streams. M.Sc. thesis, University of Alaska Fairbanks, Fairbanks, AK. 111 pp.
Seefeldt, S., and J. Conn. 2011. Control of orange hawkweed (Hieracium aurantiacum) in Southern Alaska. Invasive Plant Science and Management 4(1): 87-94.
2010
Conn, J., C. Stockdale, N. Werdin-Pfisterer, and J. Morgan. 2010. Characterizing Pathways of Invasive Plant Spread to Alaska: II. Propagules from Imported Hay and Straw. Invasive Plant Science and Management 3: 276-285.
Conn, J., and N. Werdin-Pfisterer. 2010. Variation in Seed Viability and Dormancy of 17 Weed Species after 24.7 Years of Burial: The Concept of Buried Seed Safe Sites. Weed Science 58: 209-215.
Conn, J., N. Werdin-Pfisterer, and K. Beattie. 2010. Development of the Alaska agricultural weed flora 1981-2004: a case for prevention. Weed Research 51: 63-70.
Cortés-Burns, H., L. Flagstad, M. Carlson, and T. Nawrocki. 2010. Non-native plant surveys along the Delta and Gulkana National Wild and Scenic Rivers. Prepared for the Bureau of Land Management- Glennallen Field Office. Alaska Natural Heritage Program, University of Alaska Anchorage, Anchorage, AK. 68 pp.
Flagstad, L. 2010. 2009 Campbell Tract non-native plant survey: Revisiting permanent monitoring transects established in 2006. Prepared for the Bureau of Land Management- Anchorage Field Office. Alaska Natural Heritage Program, University of Alaska Anchorage, Anchorage, AK. 45 pp.
Flagstad, L., and H. Cortés-Burns. 2010. Tracking weeds along the Iditarod National Historic Trail. Prepared for the Bureau of Land Management- Anchorage Field Office. Alaska Natural Heritage Program, University of Alaska Anchorage, Anchorage, AK. 51 pp.
Flagstad, L., H. Cortés-Burns, E. Johnson, L. Simpson, and A. Brownlee. 2010. Viability of European bird cherry (Prunus padus L.) seed after two year retention in traps along the Chester and Campbell Creek Trails, Anchorage, AK. Prepared for the Municipality of Anchorage. Alaska Natural Heritage Program, University of Alaska Anchorage, Anchorage, AK. 12 pp.
Flagstad, L., H. Cortés-Burns, and T. Roberts. 2010. Invasive plant inventory and Bird Cherry control trials. Phase II: Bird Cherry distribution, demography and reproduction biology along the Chester and Campbell Creek trails, Anchorage, Alaska. Prepared for The Municipality of Anchorage and The Anchorage Parks Foundation. Alaska Natural Heritage Program, University of Alaska Anchorage, Anchorage, AK. 61 pp.
Kodiak National Wildlife Refuge. 2010. Environmental Assessment- Integrated pest management of invasive plants on Kodiak National Wildlife Refuge and Vicinity. 77 pp.
Spellman, B., and T. Wurtz. 2010. Invasive sweetclover (Melilotus alba) impacts native seedling recruitment along floodplains of interior Alaska. Biological Invasions. Published online: January 6, 2011.
2009
Conn, J., and S. Seefeldt. 2009. Invasive white sweetclover (Melilotus officinalis) control with herbicides, cutting, and flaming. Invasive Plant Science and Management 2(3): 270-277.
Cortés-Burns, H. 2009. 2008 Campbell Tract non-native plant survey: Revisiting permanent monitoring transects established in 2006. Prepared for the Bureau of Land Management- Anchorage Field Office. Alaska Natural Heritage Program, University of Alaska Anchorage, Anchorage, AK. 39 pp.
Cortés-Burns, H., and L. Flagstad. 2009. Invasive plant inventory and Bird Cherry control trials. Phase I: Non-native plants recorded along four Anchorage Municipality trail systems. Prepared for the Municipality of Anchorage and the Anchorage Parks Foundation. Alaska Natural Heritage Program, University of Alaska Anchorage, Anchorage, AK. 175 pp.
Morgan, V., and M. Sytsma. 2009. Introduction to common native & potential invasive freshwater plants in Alaska. Prepared for the Alaska Dept. of Fish and Game, US Fish & Wildlife Service- Coastal Program, and US Fish & Wildlife Service- Aquatic Invasive Species Program. The Center for Lakes and Reservoirs at Portland State University, Portland, OR. 195 pp.
2008
Carlson, M., I. Lapina, M. Shephard, J. Conn, R. Densmore, P. Spencer, J. Heys, J. Riley, and J. Nielsen. 2008. Invasiveness ranking system for non-native plants of Alaska. USDA Forest Service, R10-TP-143. 218 pp.
Conn, J., K. Beattie, M. Shephard, M. Carlson, I. Lapina, M. Hebert, R. Gronquist, R. Densmore, and M. Rasy. 2008. Alaska Melilotus Invasions: Distribution, Origin, and Susceptibility of Plant Communities. Arctic and Alpine Research. 40(2): 298-308.
Cortés-Burns, H., I. Lapina, S. Klein, M. Carlson, and L. Flagstad. 2008. Invasive Plant Species Monitoring and Control – Areas impacted by 2004 and 2005 Fires in Interior Alaska: A survey of Alaska BLM lands along the Dalton, Steese, and Taylor Highways. Prepared for the Bureau of Land Management- Alaska State Office. Alaska Natural Heritage Program, University of Alaska Anchorage, Anchorage, AK. 162pp.
Spellman, B. 2008. The impacts of invasive Sweetclover (Melilotus alba) in early-successional floodplain habitats of Alaska. M.Sc. thesis, University of Alaska Fairbanks, Fairbanks, AK. 94 pp.
Villano, K. 2008. Wildfire burn susceptibility to non-native plant invasions in Black Spruce forests of interior Alaska. M.Sc. thesis, University of Alaska Fairbanks, Fairbanks, AK. 101 pp.
Villano, K., and C. Mulder. 2008. Invasive plant spread in burned lands of interior Alaska, final report. Prepared for the National Park Service—Alaska Region and the National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Institute of Arctic Biology, University of Alaska Fairbanks, Fairbanks, AK. 25 pp.
2007
Arhangelsky, K. 2007. Non-native plant species inventory of Southcentral Alaska: Chugach National Forest. Summary of 2007 survey findings. Final report for USDA Forest Service, State and Private Forestry. Turnstone Environmental Consultants, Inc. Portland, Oregon. 41 pp.
Bargeron, C., and D. Moorhead. 2007. EDDMapS- Early detection and distribution mapping system for the Southeast Exotic Pest Plant Council. Wildland Weeds 10 (4): 4-8.
Carlson, M., and M. Shephard. 2007. Is the spread of non-native plants in Alaska accelerating? In: Meeting the challenge: invasive plants in Pacific Northwest ecosystems, Portland, OR. U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station, En. Tech. Rep. PNW-GTR-694: 111-127.
Cortés-Burns, H., I. Lapina, S. Klein, and M. Carlson. 2007. Invasive plant species monitoring and control – Areas impacted by 2004 and 2005 fires in interior Alaska: A survey of Alaska BLM lands along the Dalton, Steese, and Taylor Highways. Prepared for the Bureau of Land Management- Alaska State Office. Alaska Natural Heritage Program, University of Alaska Anchorage, Anchorage, AK. 91 pp.
Lamb, M., and M. Shephard. 2007. A Snapshot of spread locations of invasive plants in Southeast Alaska. Prepared for the USDA Forest Service- State and Private Forestry. Environmental and Natural Resources Institute, University of Alaska Anchorage, Anchorage, AK. 16 pp.
Lapina, I., S. Klein, and M. Carlson. 2007. Non-native plant species of the Fairbanks Region: 2005 – 2006 surveys. Prepared for the USDA Forest Service, State and Private Forestry. Alaska Natural Heritage Program, Environment and Natural Resources Institute, University of Alaska Anchorage, Anchorage, AK. 50 pp.
Seefeldt, S., J. Conn, B. Jackson, and S. Sparrow. 2007. Response of seedling bird vetch (Vicia cracca) to six herbicides. Weed Technology 2(1): 692-694.
Shepherd, M., T. Huette, J. Nielsen, and C. Lindemuth. 2007. Selected invasive plants of Alaska. USDA Forest Service, Alaska region, R10-TP-130B. 64 pp.
2006
Arhangelsky, K. 2006. Non-native plant species inventory of southeast Alaska: Ketchikan Wrangell Mitkof Kupreanof. Summary of 2006 survey findings. Final report for USDA Forest Service- State and Private Forestry. Turnstone Environmental Consultants, Inc. Portland, Oregon. 68 pp.
Carlson, M., I. Lapina, and H. Cortés-Burns. 2006. Campbell Tract weed inventory – Invasive non-native plant survey – 2006. Prepared for the Bureau of Land Management- Anchorage Field Office. Alaska Natural Heritage Program, Environment and Natural Resources Institute, University of Alaska Anchorage, Anchorage, AK. 37pp.
Conn, J. 2006. Weed seed bank affected by tillage intensity for barley in Alaska. Soil and Tillage Research 90: 156-161.
Conn, J., K. Beattie, and A. Blanchard. 2006. Seed viability and dormancy of 17 weed species after 19.7 years of burial in Alaska. Weed Science. 54(3): 464-470.
Cortés-Burns, H., and M. Carlson. 2006b. BAER Final Report: Invasive plant monitoring following 2004 fires. USFWS National Wildlife Refuges (Yukon Flats, Innoko) – Alaska Region. Prepared for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service- Alaska Regional Office. Alaska Natural Heritage Program, Environment and Natural Resources Institute, University of Alaska Anchorage, Anchorage, AK. 25 pp.
Heutte, T., and M. Lamb. 2006. The invasive plant Perennial Sowthistle (Sonchus arvensis ssp. arvensis) in Hyder, Alaska. USDA Forest Service, Ketchikan-Misty Fiords Ranger District, AK. 10 pp.
Nolen, A., and D. Ross. 2006. Vegetation study of Alaska’s Richardson Highway: identification of plant communities and assessment of control strategies. Alaska Plant Materials Center, Division of Agriculture, Department of Natural Resources, Palmer, AK. 140 pp. and appendix.
Rapp, W. 2006. Exotic plant management in Sitka National Historical Park, Sitka, Alaska. Summer 2006 field season report. National Park Service, Glacier Bay National Park and Preserve, Gustavus, AK. 113 pp.
2005
Arhangelsky, K. 2005. Non-native plant species of Prince of Wales Island, Alaska. Summary of survey findings. Final report for USDA Forest Service, State and Private Forestry. Turnstone Environmental Consultants, Inc. Portland, Oregon. 125 pp.
Chumley, J., and H. Klausner. 2005. Non-native Plants of the Kenai Peninsula: Summary of a two-year roadside inventory. Final Report for the USDA Forest Service, State and Private Forestry. Kenai Peninsula Cooperative Weed Management Area. 39pp.
Rapp, W. 2005. Invasive plant management in Glacier Bay National Park and Preserve Gustavus, Alaska. Summer 2005 field season report. National Park Service, Glacier Bay National Park and Preserve, Gustavus, AK. 102 pp.
Schrader, B., and P. Hennon, compilers. 2005. Assessment of Invasive Species in Alaska and its National Forests. USDA Forest Service, Regional Office, Anchorage, AK. 26 pp.
2004
Carlson, M., I. Lapina, and J. Michaelson. 2004. Invasive non-native plants in the arctic: the intersection of natural and anthropogenic disturbance. AAAS 2004 Poster Presentation. Anchorage, AK.
Conn, J., R. Gronquist, and M. Mueller. 2004. Invasive plants in Alaska: assessment of research priorities. Agroborealis 35: 13-18.
Lapina, I., and M. L. Carlson. 2004. Non-native plant species of Susitna, Matanuska, and Copper River Basins: Summary of survey findings and recommendations for control actions. Final report for USDA Forest Service, State and Private Forestry, Anchorage, AK. Alaska Natural Heritage Program, Environment and Natural Resources Institute, University of Alaska Anchorage, Anchorage, AK. 64 pp.
2003
DeVelice, R. 2003. Non-native plant inventory: Kenai Trails. USDA Forest Service, Chugach National Forest, R10-TP-124. 24 pp.
Duffy, M. 2003. Non-native plants of Chugach National Forest: A preliminary inventory. USDA Forest Service, R10-TP-111. 92 pp.
Heutte, T., and E. Bella. 2003. Invasive plants and exotic weeds of Southeast Alaska. USDA Forest Service, State and Private Forestry and Chugach National Forest, Anchorage, AK. 79 pp.
2002
Nolen, A. 2002. Vetch infestations in Alaska. Prepared for Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities. Alaska Plant Materials Center, Division of Agriculture. Department of Natural Resources, Palmer, AK. 38 pp.
2001
Densmore, R., P. McKee, and C. Roland. 2001. Exotic Plants in Alaskan National Park Units. U.S. Geological Survey, Alaska Biological Science Center and Denali National Park and Preserve, Anchorage, AK. 150 pp.
1996
Conn, J., W. Koskinen, N. Werdin, and J. Graham. 1996. Persistence of metribuzin and metabolites in two subarctic soils. J. Environmental Quality 25: 1048-1053.
1987
Conn, J. 1987. Effects of tillage and straw management on Alaskan weed vegetation: a study on newly cleared land. Soil and Tillage Research. 9: 275-285.
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