Publications (alphabetical)

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  1. Akçakaya, HR, VC Radeloff, DJ Mladenoff, and HS He. 2004. Integrating landscape and metapopulation modeling approaches: Viability of the Sharp-tailed Grouse in a dynamic landscape. Conservation Biology 18: 526-537. PDF
  2. Baker, WL and DJ Mladenoff. 1999. Progress and future directions in spatial modeling of forest landscapes. Chapter 13 in Mladenoff, DJ and WL Baker, editors. Spatial modeling of forest landscape change: Approaches and applications. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK. PDF
  3. Beaudry, F., AM Pidgeon, VC Radeloff, RW Howe, DJ Mladenoff, and GA Bartelt. 2010. Modeling regional-scale habitat of forest birds when land management guidelines are needed but information is limited. Biological Conservation 143: 1759-1769. PDF
  4. Bolliger, J and DJ Mladenoff. 2005. Quantifying spatial classification uncertainties of the historical Wisconsin landscape (USA). Ecography 28: 141-156. PDF
  5. Bolliger, J, JC Sprott, and DJ Mladenoff. 2003. Self-organization and complexity in historical landscape patterns. Oikos 100: 541-553. PDF
  6. Bolliger, J, LA Schulte, SN Burrows, TA Sickley, and DJ Mladenoff. 2004. Assessing ecological restoration potentials of Wisconsin (USA) using historical landscape reconstructions. Restoration Ecology 12: 124-142. PDF
  7. Brazee, NJ, DL Lindner, AW D’Amato, S Fraver, JA Forrester, and DJ Mladenoff. 2014. Disturbance and diversity of wood-inhabiting fungi: effects of canopy gaps and downed woody debris. Biological Conservation 23:2155-2172. PDF
  8. Bürgi, M., L Östlund, and DJ Mladenoff. 2017. Legacy effects of human land use: Ecosystems as time-lagged systems. Ecosystems 20: 94-103. PDF
  9. Burton, JI, DJ Mladenoff, JA Forrester and MK Clayton. 2014. Experimentally linking disturbance, resources and productivity to diversity in forest ground-layer plant communities. Journal of Ecology 102:1634-1648. PDF
  10. Burton, JI, DJ Mladenoff, MK Clayton, and JA Forrester. 2011. The roles of environmental filtering and colonization in the fine-scale spatial patterning of ground-layer plant communities in north temperate deciduous forests. Journal of Ecology 99: 764-776. PDF
  11. Crow, TR, GE Host, and DJ Mladenoff. 1999. Ownership and ecosystem as sources of spatial heterogeneity in a forested landscape, Wisconsin, USA. Landscape Ecology 14: 449-463. PDF
  12. Curtis, JT. JS Fralish, RP McIntosh, & OL Loucks, eds. 1993. Fifty years of Wisconsin plant ecology. The Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts & Letters, Madison, WI, USA. PDF
  13. Dyer, JH, ST Gower, JA Forrester, CG Lorimer, DJ Mladenoff, and JI Burton. 2010. Effects of selective tree harvests on aboveground biomass and net primary productivity of a second-growth northern hardwood forest. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 40: 2360-2369. PDF
  14. Dymond, CC, DJ Mladenoff, and VC Radeloff. 2002. Phenological differences in Tasseled Cap indices improve deciduous forest classification. Remote Sensing of Environment 80: 460-472. PDF
  15. Fahey RT, CR Lorimer, DJ Mladenoff. 2012. Habitat heterogeneity and life-history traits influence presettlement distributions of early-successional tree species in a late-successional, hemlock-hardwood landscape. Landscape Ecology 27: 999-1013. PDF
  16. Fernández, N, M Delibes, F Palomares, and DJ Mladenoff. 2003. Identifying breeding habitat for the Iberian Lynx: Inferences from a fine-scale spatial analysis. Ecological Applications 13: 1310-1324. PDF
  17. Forrester, JA, CG Lorimer, JH Dyer, ST Gower, and DJ Mladenoff. 2014. Response of tree regeneration to experimental gap creation and deer herbivory in north temperate forests. Forest Ecology and Management 329:137-147. PDF
  18. Forrester, JA, DJ Mladenoff, AW D’Amato, S Fraver, DL Lindner, NJ Brazee, MK Clayton, and ST Gower. 2015. Temporal trends and sources of variation in carbon flux from coarse woody debris in experimental forest canopy openings. Oecologia 179:889-900. PDF
  19. Forrester, JA, DJ Mladenoff, ST Gower and JL Stoffel. 2012. Interactions of temperature and moisture with respiration from coarse woody debris in experimental forest canopy gaps. Forest Ecology and Management 265: 124-132. PDF
  20. Forrester, JA, DJ Mladenoff, ST Gower. 2013. Experimental manipulation of forest structure: Near-term effects on gap and stand scale C dynamics. Ecosystems 16: 1455-1472. PDF
  21. Foster JR, PA Townsend, DJ Mladenoff. 2013. Mapping asynchrony between gypsy moth egg-hatch and forest leaf-out: Putting the phenological window hypothesis in a spatial context. Forest Ecology and Management 287: 67-76. PDF
  22. Foster, JR, JI Burton, JA Forrester, F Liu, JD Muss, FM Sabatini, RM Scheller, and DJ Mladenoff. 2010. Evidence for a recent increase in forest growth is questionable. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 107 (21): E86-E87. PDF
  23. Foster, JR, PA Townsend and DJ Mladenoff. 2013. Spatial dynamics of a gypsy moth defoliation outbreak and dependence on habitat characteristics. Landscape Ecology 28:1307-1320. PDF
  24. Franklin, J, AD Syphard, DJ Mladenoff, HS He, DK Simons, RP Martin, D Deutschman, and JF O’Leary. 2001. Simulating the effects of different fire regimes on plant functional groups in Southern California. Ecological Modelling 142: 261-283. PDF
  25. Franklin, J, AD Syphard, HS He, and DJ Mladenoff. 2005. Altered fire regimes affect landscape patterns of plant succession in the foothills and mountains of southern California. Ecosystems 8: 885-898. PDF
  26. Goring, SJ, DJ Mladenoff, CV Cogbill, S Record, CJ Paciorek, ST Jackson, et al. 2016. Novel and Lost Forests in the Upper Midwestern United States, from New Estimates of Settlement-Era Composition, Stem Density, and Biomass. PLoS ONE 11(12): e0151935. PDF
  27. Grossman, EB and DJ Mladenoff. 2007. Open woodland and savanna decline in a mixed-disturbance landscape (1938 to 1998) in the Northwest Wisconsin (USA) Sand Plain. Landscape Ecology 22: 43-55. PDF
  28. Grossman, EB and DJ Mladenoff. 2008. Farms, fires, and forestry : Disturbance legacies in the soils of the Northwest Wisconsin (USA) Sand Plain. Forest Ecology and Management 256: 827-836. PDF
  29. Gustafson, EJ, PA Zollner, BR Sturtevant, HS He, and DJ Mladenoff. 2004. Influence of forest management alternatives and land type on susceptibility to fire in northern Wisconsin, USA. Landscape Ecology 19: 327-341. PDF
  30. Gustafson, EJ, SR Shifley, DJ Mladenoff, KK Nimerfro, and HS He. 2000. Spatial simulation of forest succession and timber harvesting using LANDIS. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 30: 32-43. PDF
  31. Haight, RG, DJ Mladenoff, AP Wydeven. 1998. Modeling disjunct gray wolf populations in semi-wild landscapes. Conservation Biology 12: 879-888. PDF
  32. He, HS, and DJ Mladenoff. 1999. Effects of seed dispersal in the simulation of long-term forest landscape change. Ecosystems 2: 308-319. PDF
  33. He, HS, and DJ Mladenoff. 1999. Spatially explicit and stochastic simulation of forest landscape fire disturbance and succession. Ecology 80: 81-99. PDF
  34. He, HS, B DeZonia, DJ Mladenoff. 2000. An aggregation index to quantify spatial patterns of landscapes. Landscape Ecology 15: 591-601. PDF
  35. He, HS, DJ Mladenoff, and J Boeder. 1999. An object-oriented forest landscape model and its representation of tree species. Ecological Modelling 119: 1-19. PDF
  36. He, HS, DJ Mladenoff, and TR Crow. 1999. Linking an ecosystem model and a landscape model to study forest species response to climate change. Ecological Modelling 114: 213-233. PDF
  37. He, HS, DJ Mladenoff, TA Sickley, and GG Guntenspergen. 2000. GIS interpolations of witness tree records (1839-1866) for northern Wisconsin at multiple scales. Journal of Biogeography 27:1031-1042. PDF
  38. He, HS, DJ Mladenoff, VC Radeloff, and TR Crow. 1998. Integration of GIS data and classified satellite imagery for regional forest assessment. Ecological Applications 8: 1072-1083. PDF
  39. He, HS, SJ Ventura, and DJ Mladenoff. 2002. Effects of spatial aggregation approaches on classified satellite imagery. International Journal of Geographical Information Science 16: 93-109. PDF
  40. He, HS, ZQ Hao, DJ Mladenoff, GF Shao, YM Hu, and Y Chang. 2005. Simulating forest ecosystem response to climate warming incorporating spatial effects in north-eastern China. Journal of Biogeography 32: 2043-2056. PDF
  41. Host, GE, PL Polzer, DJ Mladenoff, MA White, and TR Crow. 1996. A quantitative approach to developing regional ecosystem classifications. Ecological Applications 6: 608-618. PDF
  42. Janowiak, Maria K., LR Iverson, DJ Mladenoff, E Peters, KR Wythers, W Xi, LA Brandt, PR Butler, SD Handler, PD Shannon, C Swanston, LR Parker, AJ Amman, B Bogaczyk, C Handler, E Lesch, PB Reich, S Matthews, M Peters, A Prasad, A Khanal, F Liu, T Bal, D Bronson, A Burton, J Ferris, J Fosgitt, S Hagan, E Johnston, E Kane, C Matula, R O’Connor, D Higgins, M St. Pierre, J Daley, M Davenport, MR Emery, D Fehringer, CL Hoving, G Johnson, D Neitzel, M Notaro, A Rissman, C Rittenhouse, & R Ziel. Forest ecosystem vulnerability assessment and synthesis for northern Wisconsin and western Upper Michigan: A report from the northwoods climate change response framework project. 2014. USDA Forest Service.PDF
  43. Latty, EF, SM Werner, DJ Mladenoff, KF Raffa, and TA Sickley. 2006. Response of ground beetle (Carabidae) assemblages to logging history in northern hardwood-hemlock forests. Forest Ecology and Management 222: 335-347. PDF
  44. Lewandowski, TG, JA Forrester, DJ Mladenoff, AW D’Amato and BJ Palik. 2016. Response of the soil microbial community and soil nutrient bioavailability to biomass harvesting and reserve tree retention in northern Minnesota aspen-dominated forests. Applied Soil Ecology 99:110-117. PDF
  45. Lewandowski, TG, JA Forrester, DJ Mladenoff, JL Stoffel, ST Gower, T Balser, and AW D’Amato. 2015. Soil microbial community response and recovery following group selection harvest: Temporal patterns from an experimental harvest in a US northern hardwood forest. Forest Ecology and Management 340:82-94. PDF
  46. Liu, F, DJ Mladenoff, NS Keuler, and LS Moore. 2011. Broadscale variability in tree data of the historical Public Land Survey and its consequences for ecological studies. Ecological Monographs 81(2): 259-275. PDF
  47. Makholm, MM and DJ Mladenoff. 2005. Efficacy of a biomonitoring (moss bag) technique for determining element deposition trends on a mid-range (375 km) scale. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment 104: 1-18. PDF
  48. Manies, KL and DJ Mladenoff. 2000. Testing methods to produce landscape-scale presettlement vegetation maps from the U.S. public land survey records. Landscape Ecology 15:741-754. PDF
  49. Manies, KL, DJ Mladenoff, and EV Nordheim. 2001. Assessing large-scale surveyor variability in the historic forest data of the original U.S. Public Land Survey. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 31: 1719-1730. PDF
  50. Miesel, J, PC Goebel, RG Corace III, D Hix, R Kolka, B Palik, and DJ Mladenoff.  2012.  Review: Fire Effects on Soils in Lake States Forests: A Compilation of Published Research to Facilitate Long-Term Investigations.  Forests 3:1034-1070. PDF
  51. Miller, TF, DJ Mladenoff, and MK Clayton. 2002. Old-growth northern hardwood forests: spatial autocorrelation and patterns of understory vegetation. Ecological Monographs 72: 487-503. PDF
  52. Mladenoff, D. J., M K Clayton, SD Pratt, TA Sickley, and AP Wydeven. 2009. Change in occupied wolf habitat in the northern Great Lakes region. In AP Wydeven, TR Van Deelen and EJ Heske (editors) Recovery of gray wolves in the Great Lakes region of the United States. Springer. New York, NY, USA. PDF
  53. Mladenoff, DJ and EA Howell. 1980. Vegetation change on the Gogebic Iron Range (Iron County, Wisconsin) from 1860’s to present. Transactions of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts, and Letters 68: 74-89. PDF
  54. Mladenoff, DJ and F Stearns 1993. Easter hemlock regeneration and deer browsing in the northern great lakes region: a re-examination and model simulation. Conservation Biology 7: 889-900. PDF
  55. Mladenoff, DJ and GE Host. 1994. Ecological perspective: Current and potential applications of remote sensing and GIS to ecosystem analysis. Pages 218-242 in V. A. Sample, ed., Remote Sensing and GIS in ecosystem management. Island Press, Washington, DC, USA. PDF
  56. Mladenoff, DJ and HS He. 1999. Design, behavior and applications of LANDIS, an object-oriented model of forest landscape disturbance and succession. Chapter 6 in Mladenoff, DJ and WL Baker, editors. Spatial modeling of forest landscape change: Approaches and applications. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK. PDF
  57. Mladenoff, DJ and J Pastor. 1993. Sustainable forest ecosystems in the northern hardwood and conifer forest region: concepts and management. pp. 145-180 in G. H. Aplet, N. Johnson, J. T. Olson, and V. A. Sample, eds. Defining sustainable forestry. Island Press, Washington, DC, USA. PDF
  58. Mladenoff, DJ and RL Burgess. 1993. The pedagogical legacy of John T. Curtis and Wisconsin plant ecology: 1947-1992. Pages 145-196 in J. S. Fralish, R. P. McIntosh, O. L. Loucks, eds. John T. Curtis: Fifty years of WI plant ecology. WI Academy Press. Madison, WI, USA. PDF
  59. Mladenoff, DJ and TA Sickley. 1998. Assessing potential gray wolf restoration in the northeastern United States: a spatial prediction of favorable habitat and potential population levels. Journal of Wildlife Management 62: 1-10. PDF
  60. Mladenoff, DJ and WL Baker, editors. 1999. Spatial modeling of forest landscape change: Approaches and applications. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK. PDF(Preface only)
  61. Mladenoff, DJ and WL Baker. 1999. Development of forest and landscape modeling approaches. Chapter 1 in Mladenoff, DJ and WL Baker, editors. Spatial modeling of forest landscape change: Approaches and applications. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK. PDF
  62. Mladenoff, DJ and WL Baker. 1999. Spatial modeling of forest landscape change: Approaches and applications. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK. PDF
  63. Mladenoff, DJ et al. 2009. Wisconsin’s land cover in the 1800s.  Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources PUB-CE-4017 2009. PDF
  64. Mladenoff, DJ, GE Host, J Boeder, TR Crow. 1996. LANDIS: a spatial model of forest landscape disturbance, succession, and management. Pages 175-179 in M.F. Goodchild, L.T. Steyaert, B. O. Parks, C. Johnston, D. Maidment, M. Crane, S. Glendining, eds. GIS and environmental modeling. GIS World Books, Fort Collins, CO, USA. PDF
  65. Mladenoff, DJ, GJ Niemi, and MA White 1997. Effects of changing landscape pattern and USGS land cover data variability on ecoregion discrimination across a forest-agriculture gradient. Landscape Ecology 12: 379-396. PDF
  66. Mladenoff, DJ, LA Schulte, & J Bolliger. 2008. Broad-scale changes in the Northern Forests: From past to present. In Waller, DM and TP Rooney, editors. The Vanishing Present: Wisconsin’s changing lands, waters, and wildlife. University of Chicago Press, Chicago, IL. PDF
  67. Mladenoff, DJ, MA White, J Pastor, and TR Crow 1993. Comparing spatial pattern in unaltered old-growth and disturbed forest landscapes. Ecological Applications 3: 294-306. PDF
  68. Mladenoff, DJ, MA White, TR Crow, and J Pastor. 1994. Applying principles of landscape design and management to integrate old-growth forest enhancement and commodity use. Conservation Biology 8: 752-762. PDF
  69. Mladenoff, DJ, MK Clayton, TA Sickley, & AP Wydeven. 2006. L.D. Mech critique of our work lacks scientific validity. Wildlife Society Bulletin 34: 878-881. PDF
  70. Mladenoff, DJ, R Sahajpal, Johnson CP, Rothstein DE. 2016. Recent land use change to agriculture in the U.S. lake states: Impacts on cellulosic biomass potential and natural lands. PLoS ONE 11(2): e0148566. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0148566 PDF
  71. Mladenoff, DJ, RG Haight, TA Sickley, and AP Wydeven. 1997. Causes and implications of species restoration in altered ecosystems. BioSience 47: 21-31. PDF
  72. Mladenoff, DJ, SE Dahir, EV Nordheim, LA Schulte, GG Guntenspergen. 2002. Narrowing historical uncertainty: probabilistic classification of ambiguously identified tree species in historical forest survey data. Ecosystems 5: 539-553. PDF
  73. Mladenoff, DJ, TA Sickley, and AP Wydeven. 1999. Predicting gray wolf landscape recolonization: logistic regression models vs. new field data. Ecological Applications 9: 37-44. PDF
  74. Mladenoff, DJ, TA Sickley, RG Haight, and AP Wydeven. 1995. A regional landscape analysis and prediction of favorable gray wolf habitat in the northern great lakes region. Conservation Biology 9: 279-294. PDF
  75. Mladenoff, DJ. 1987. Dynamics of nitrogen mineralization and nitrification in hemlock and hardwood treefall gaps. Ecology 68: 1171-1180. PDF
  76. Mladenoff, DJ. 1990. A Pacific Northwest disjunct, Disporum hookeri, in Upper Michigan. The Michigan Botanist 29: 97-102. PDF
  77. Mladenoff, DJ. 1990. The relationship of the soil seed bank and understory vegetation in old-growth northern hardwood-hemlock treefall gaps. Canadian Journal of Botany. 68: 2714-2721. PDF
  78. Mladenoff, DJ. 1995. The role of eastern hemlock across scales in the northern lake states. Pages 29-42 in G. Mrozc, ed. Proc. of a Regional Conference on Ecology and Management of Eastern Hemlock. September 27-28, Iron Mountain, MI, USA. PDF
  79. Mladenoff, DJ. 2001. A tale of two forests: The history of the northern forest and A tribute to Forest Stearns. Keynote address at the Northern Forest Restoration Workshop, Ashland, WI. USA. PDF
  80. Mladenoff, DJ. 2004. LANDIS and forest landscape models. Ecological Modelling 180: 7-19. PDF
  81. Mladenoff, DJ. 2005. The promise of landscape modeling: successes, failures, and evolution. Pages 90-100 in JA Weins and M.R. Moss, editors, Issues and Prespectives in Landscape Ecology. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK. PDF
  82. Munoz,SE, DJ Mladenoff, S Schroeder and JW Williams. 2014. Defining the spatial patterns of historical land use associated with the indigenous societies of eastern North America. Journal of Biogeography 41:2195-2210. PDF
  83. Muss JD, N Aguilar-Amuchastegui, DJ Mladenoff, GM Henebry. 2012. Analysis of waveform lidar using shape-based metrics. Geoscience and Remote Sensing Letters, IEEE 10: 106-110. PDF
  84. Muss, JD, DJ Mladenoff, and PA Townsend. 2011. A psuedo-waveform technique to assess forest structure using discrete lidar data. Remote Sensing of Environment 115: 824-835. PDF
  85. Niemi, GJ, JM Hanowski, AR Lima, and DJ Mladenoff. 1998. Biogeographic patterns of breeding birds in Minnesota. The Loon 70: 3-11. PDF
  86. Niemi, GJ, JM Hanowski, N Danz, R Howe, M Jones, J Lind, and DJ Mladenoff. 2004. Hierarchical scales in landscape response by forest birds. Pages 56-68 in LA Kapustka, H Galbraith, M Luxon, and GR Biddinger, editors. Landscape Ecology and Wildlife Evaluation. ASTM International, W. Conshohocken, PA, USA. PDF
  87. Paciorek, CJ, SJ Goring, AL Thurman, CV Cogbill, JW Williams, DJ Mladenoff, et al. 2016. Statistically-Estimated Tree Composition for the Northeastern United States at Euro-American Settlement. PLoS ONE 11(2): e0150087. PDF
  88. Palmer, MM, DE Rothstein, JA Forrester, and DJ Mladenoff. 2014. Conversion of open lands to short-rotation woody biomass crops: site variability affects nitrogen cycling and N2O fluxes in the US Northern Lake States. Global Change Biology-Bioenergy 6:450-464. DOI: 10.1111/gcbb.12069  PDF
  89. Palmer, MM,JA Forrester, DE Rothstein, and DJ Mladenoff. 2014. Establishment phase greenhouse gas emissions in short rotation woody biomass plantations in the Northern Lake States, USA. Biomass and Bioenergy 62:26-36. PDF
  90. Pastor, J and DJ Mladenoff. 1992. The southern boreal-northern hardwood forest border. Pages 216-240 in HH Shugart, R Leemans, and GB Bonan, editors. A systems analysis of the global boreal forest. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK. PDF
  91. Pastor, J and DJ Mladenoff. 1994. Modeling the effects of timber management on population dynamics, diversity, and ecosystem process. Pages 16-29 in D. C. Master and R. A. Sedjo, editors. Modeling sustainable forest ecosystems. American Forests, Washington, DC, USA. PDF
  92. Pastor, J, B Dewey, R Moen, DJ Mladenoff, M White, and Y Cohen 1998. Spatial patterns in the moose-forest-soil ecosystem on Isle Royale, Michigan, USA. Ecological Applications 8: 411-424. PDF
  93. Pastor, J, DJ Mladenoff, Y Haila, J Bryant, S Payette. 1996. Biodiversity and ecosystem processes in boreal regions. Pages 33-69 in H. Mooney, JH Cushman, E Medina, OE Sala, E-D Schulze, editors. Functional roles in biodiversity: A global perspective. John Wiley & Sons Ltd., Chichester, UK. PDF
  94. Pederson, N, AW D’Amato, JM Dyer, DR Foster, D Goldblum, JL Hart, AE Hessl,LR  Iverson, ST Jackson, D  Martin-Benito, and BC McCarthy, RW McEwan, DJ Mladenoff, AJ Parker, B Shuman , JW Williams 2015. Climate remains an important driver of post-European vegetation change in the eastern United States. Global Change Biology21:2105-2110. PDF
  95. Radeloff, VC, A Hagen, P Voss, DR. Field and DJ Mladenoff. 2000. Exploring the spatial relationship between census and land cover data. Society and Natural Resources 13: 599-609. PDF
  96. Radeloff, VC, and DJ Mladenoff. Landscape Ecology. In: R. A. Young and R. L. Giese (Editors). 2003. Introduction to Forest Science. 3rd Edition. Wiley, New York.
  97. Radeloff, VC, DJ Mladenoff, and MS Boyce. 1998, Jack pine budworm defoliation monitoring and modelling using spectral mixture analysis. Pages 644-647 in Proc. 27’th Intnl. Symp. on Remote Sensing of Environment, Troms°, Norway, June 8 – 12 1998. PDF
  98. Radeloff, VC, DJ Mladenoff, and MS Boyce. 1999. Detecting jack pine budworm defoliation using spectral mixture analysis: Separating effects from determinants. Remote Sensing of Environment 69: 156-169. PDF
  99. Radeloff, VC, DJ Mladenoff, and MS Boyce. 2000. A historical perspective and future outlook on landscape scale restoration in the northwest Wisconsin pine barrens. Restoration Ecology 8: 119-126. PDF
  100. Radeloff, VC, DJ Mladenoff, and MS Boyce. 2000. Effects of interacting disturbances on landscape patterns: budworm defoliation and salvage logging. Ecological Applications 10: 233-247. PDF
  101. Radeloff, VC, DJ Mladenoff, and MS Boyce. 2000. The changing relation of landscape pattern and jack pine budworm populations during an outbreak. Oikos 90: 417-430. PDF
  102. Radeloff, VC, DJ Mladenoff, EJ Gustafson, RM Scheller, HS He, PA Zollner, and R Akçakaya. Modeling forest harvesting effects on landscape pattern in the Northwest Wisconsin Pine Barrens. Forest Ecology and Management 236: 113-126. PDF
  103. Radeloff, VC, DJ Mladenoff, HS He, and MS Boyce. 1999. Forest landscape change in the northwestern Wisconsin Pine Barrens from European settlement to the present. Canadian Journal of Forest Research, 29: 1649-1659. PDF
  104. Radeloff, VC, DJ Mladenoff, KL Manies, and MS Boyce. 1998. Analyzing forest landscape restoration potential: Pre-settlement and current distribution of oak in the northwest Wisconsin Pine Barrens. Trans. WI Acad. of Sciences, Arts, and Letters 86: 189-205. PDF
  105. Radeloff, VC, DJ Mladenoff, RP Guries, and MS Boyce. 2004. Spatial patterns of cone serotiny in Pinus banksianain relation to fire disturbance. Forest Ecology and Management 189: 133-141. PDF
  106. Radeloff, VC, RB Hammer, PR Voss, AE Hagen, DR Field, and DJ Mladenoff. 2001. Human demographic trends and landscape level forest management in the northwest Wisconsin Pine Barrens. Forest Science 47: 229-241. PDF
  107. Radeloff, VC, TF Miller, HS He, and DJ Mladenoff. 2000. Periodicity in landscape pattern and geostatistical models: autocorrelation between patches. Ecography 23(1): 81-91. PDF
  108. Ravenscroft, C, RM Scheller, DJ Mladenoff, and MA White. 2010. Forest restoration in a mixed-ownership landscape under climate change. Ecological Applications 20: 327-346. PDF
  109. Reid, BN, DJ Mladenoff, MZ Peery. 2017. Genetic effects of landscape, habitat preference, and demography in three co-occurring turtle species. Molecular Ecology 26:781-798. PDF
  110. Rhemtulla, J. M., D. J. Mladenoff, M. K. Clayton. 2009. Legacies of historical land use on regional forest composition and structure in Wisconsin, USA (mid-1800s to 1930s to 2000s). Ecological Applications 19: 1061-1078.PDF
  111. Rhemtulla, JM, DJ Mladenoff and MK Clayton. 2007. Regional land-cover conversion in the U.S. upper Midwest: magnitude of change and limited recovery (1850-1935-1993). Landscape Ecology 22: 57-75. PDF
  112. Rhemtulla, JM, DJ Mladenoff and MK Clayton. 2009. Historical forest baselines reveal potential for continued carbon sequestration. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 106: 6082-6087. PDF
  113. Robertson, GP, VH Dale, OC Doering, SP Hamburg, JM Melillo, MM Wander, WJ Parton, PR Adler, JN Barney, RM Cruse, CS Duke, PM Fearnside, RF Follett, HK Gibbs, J Goldemberg, DJ Mladenoff, D Ojima, MW Palmer, A Sharpley, L Wallace, KC Weathers, JA Wiens, WW Wilhelm. 2008. Sustainable Biofuels Redux. Science 322: 49-50. PDF
  114. Sabatini, FM, JI Burton, RM Scheller, KL Amatangelo, and DJ Mladenoff. 2014. Functional diversity of ground-layer plant communities in old-growth and managed northern hardwood forests. Applied Vegetation Science. DOI: 10.1111/avsc.12083 PDF
  115. Schatz, JD, JA Forrester and DJ Mladenoff. 2012. Spatial patterns of soil surface C flux in experimental canopy gaps. Ecosystems 15: 616-623. PDF
  116. Scheller, RM and DJ Mladenoff. 2002. Understory species patterns and diversity in old-growth and managed northern hardwood forests. Ecological Applications 12: 1329-1343. PDF
  117. Scheller, RM and DJ Mladenoff. 2004. A forest growth and biomass module for a landscape simulation model, LANDIS: Design, validation, and application. Ecological Modelling 180: 211-229. PDF
  118. Scheller, RM and DJ Mladenoff. 2005. A spatially interactive simulation of climate change, harvesting, wind, and tree species migration and projected changes to forest composition and biomass in northern Wisconsin, USA. Global Change Biology 11: 307-321. PDF
  119. Scheller, RM and DJ Mladenoff. 2007. An ecological classification of forest landscape simulation models: tools and strategies for understanding broad-scale forested ecosystems. Landscape Ecology 22: 491-505. PDF
  120. Scheller, RM and DJ Mladenoff. 2008. Projecting change in the Wisconsin forests: What can we know and how do we estimate the future? In Waller, DM and TP Rooney, editors. The Vanishing Present: Wisconsin’s changing lands, waters, and wildlife. University of Chicago Press, Chicago, IL. PDF
  121. Scheller, RM and DJ Mladenoff. 2008. Simulated effects of climate change, fragmentation, and inter-specific competition on tree species migration in northern Wisconsin, USA. Climate Research 36: 191-202. PDF
  122. Scheller, RM, B.R. Sturtevant, EJ Gustafson, BC Ward, and DJ Mladenoff. 2010. Increasing the reliability of ecological models using modern software engineering techniques. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 8(5): 253-260. PDF
  123. Scheller, RM, D Hua, PV Bolstad, RA Birdsey, and DJ Mladenoff. 2011. The effects of forest harvest intensity in combination with wind disturbance on carbon dynamics in Lake States Mesic Forests. Ecological Modelling 222: 144-153. PDF
  124. Scheller, RM, DJ Mladenoff, TR Crow, and TA Sickley. 2005. Simulating the effects of fire reintroduction versus continued fire absence on forest composition and landscape structure in the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness, northern Minnesota, USA. Ecosystems 8: 396-411. PDF
  125. Scheller, RM, JB Domingo, BR Sturtevant, JS Williams, A Rudy, EJ Gustafson, and DJ Mladenoff. 2007. Design, development, and application of LANDIS-II, a spatial landscape simulation model with flexible temporal and spatial resolution. Ecological Modelling 201: 409-419. PDF
  126. Scheller, RM, S Van Tuyl, K Clark, NG Hayden, J Hom and DJ Mladenoff. 2008. Simulation of forest change in the New Jersey Pine Barrens under current and pre-colonial conditions. Forest Ecology and Management 255: 1489-1500. PDF
  127. Schulte, LA and DJ Mladenoff. 2001. The original U.S. public land survey records: their use and limitations in reconstructing pre-European settlement vegetation. Journal of Forestry 99: 5-10. PDF
  128. Schulte, LA, AM Pidgeon, and DJ Mladenoff. 2005. One hundred fifty years of change in forest bird breeding habitat: Estimates of species distributions. Conservation Biology 19: 1944-1956. PDF
  129. Schulte, LA, and DJ Mladenoff. 2005. Severe wind and fire regimes in northern forests: Historical variability at the regional scale. Ecology 86: 431-445. PDF
  130. Schulte, LA, DJ Mladenoff, and EV Nordheim. 2002. Quantitative classification of a historic northern Wisconsin (U.S.A.) landscape: mapping forests at regional scales. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 32: 1616-1638. PDF
  131. Schulte, LA, DJ Mladenoff, SN Burrows, TA Sickley, and EV Nordheim. 2005. Spatial controls of Pre-Euro-American wind and fire in northern Wisconsin (USA) forest landscapes. Ecosystems 8: 73-94. PDF
  132. Schulte, LA, DJ Mladenoff, TR Crow, LC Merrick and DT Cleland. 2007. Homogenization of northern U.S. Great Lakes forests due to land use. Landscape Ecology 22: 1089-1103. PDF
  133. Schumacher, S, H Bugmann, and DJ Mladenoff. 2004. Improving the formulation of tree growth and succession in a spatially explicit landscape model. Ecological Modelling 180: 175-194. PDF
  134. Shifley, SR, FR Thompson III, DR Larsen, and DJ Mladenoff. 1997. Modeling forest landscape changes in the Ozarks: guiding principles and preliminary implementation. Pages 231-241 in Proc. 11th Central hardwood forest conf. Columbia, MO, USA. USDA Gen. Tech. Rep. NC-188. PDF
  135. Shifley, SR, FR Thompson III, DR Larsen, DJ Mladenoff, and EJ Gustafson. 2000. Utilizing Inventory Information to Calibrate a Landscape Simulation Model. In: Hansen, M. and T. Burk, eds. Integrated Tools for Natural Resources Inventories in the 21st Century. Proc. IUFRO Conf., Boise, ID, USA. USDA Gen Tech Rpt NC-212. PDF
  136. Sprott, JC, DJ Mladenoff, and J Bolliger. 2002. Self-organized criticality in forest-landscape evolution. Physics Letters A 297: 267-271. PDF
  137. Steen-Adams, M E, N Langston and DJ Mladenoff. 2007. White pine in the northern forests: an ecological and management history of white pine on the Bad River Reservation of Wisconsin. Environmental History 2: 595 – 629. PDF
  138. Steen-Adams, M Michelle, Nancy Langston, Mark DO Adams, & David J. Mladenoff. 2015. Historical frame work to explain long-term coupled human and natural system feedbacks: application to a multiple-ownership forest landscape in the northern Great Lakes region, USA. Ecology and Society 20:1-28. PDF
  139. Steen-Adams, MM, DJ Mladenoff, NE Langston, F Liu, and J Zhu. 2011. Influence of biophysical factors and differences in Ojibwe reservation versus Euro-American social histories on forest landscape change in northern Wisconsin, USA. Landscape Ecology 26(8): 1165-1178. PDF
  140. Stenglein, JL, TR Van Deelen, AP Wydeven, DJ Mladenoff, JE Wiedenhoeft, NK Businga, JA Langenberg, NJ Thomas, DM Heisey. 2015. Mortality patterns and detection bias from carcass data: An example from wolf recovery in Wisconsin. The Journal of Wildlife Management, 79(7), 1173-1184. PDF
  141. Stoffel, JL, ST Gower, JA Forrester, DJ Mladenoff. 2010. Effects of winter selective tree harvest on soil microclimate and surface CO2 flux of a northern hardwood forest. Forest Ecology and Management 259: 257-265. PDF
  142. Stoltman, AM, VC Radeloff and DJ Mladenoff. 2007. Computer visualization of pre-settlement and current forests in Wisconsin. Forest Ecology and Management 246: 135-143. PDF
  143. Swanston Chris, M Janowiak, L Iverson, L Parker, D Mladenoff, L Brandt, P Butler, M St. Pierre, A Prasad, S Matthews, M Peters, D Higgins, A Dorland. 2011. Ecosystem vulnerability assessment and synthesis: A report from the climate change response framework project in northern Wisconsin. USDA Forest Service.PDF
  144. Treves, A, L Naughton-Treves, EK Harper, DJ Mladenoff, RA Rose, TA Sickley, and AP Wydeven. 2004. Predicting human-carnivore conflict: a spatial model derived from 25 years of data on wolf predation on livestock. Conservation Biology 18: 114-125. PDF
  145. Wang, F, DJ Mladenoff, JA Forrester, C Keough, WJ Parton. 2013.  Global sensitivity analysis of a modified CENTURY model for simulating impacts of harvesting fine woody biomass for bioenergy. Ecological Modelling 259: 16-23. PDF
  146. Wang, F, DJ Mladenoff, JA Forrester, JA Blanco, R Scheller, S Peckham, C Keough, M Lucash and ST Gower. 2014.Multi-model simulations of forest harvesting effects on long-term productivity and C/N cycling in aspen forests. Ecological Applications 24:1374-1389. PDF
  147. Ward, BC, DJ Mladenoff, and RM Scheller. 2005. Simulating landscape-level effects of the interaction between residential development and public forest management in northern Wisconsin, USA. Forest Science 51: 616-632. PDF
  148. Wayburn, LA, J.F. Franklin, JC Gordon, CS Binkley, DJ Mladenoff, and NL Christensen, Jr. 2000. Forest Carbon in the United States: Opportunities & Options for Private Lands. Pacific Forest Trust, Santa Rosa, CA, USA. PDF(10 mb, contains color)
  149. White, Mark A. and DJ Mladenoff 1994. Old-growth forest landscape transitions from pre-European settlement to present. Landscape Ecology 9: 191-205. PDF
  150. Wiens JA, MR Moss, MG Turner, and DJ Mladenoff. 2006.  Foundation Papers in Landscape Ecology. Cambridge U. Press.
  151. Wolter, PT, DJ Mladenoff, GE Host, and TR Crow. 1995. Improved forest classification in the Northern Lake States using multi-temporal Landsat imagery. Photogrammetric Engineering & Remote Sensing 61: 1129-1143. PDF
  152. Wood, EM, AM Pidgeon, DJ Mladenoff, and F Liu. 2012. Birds see the trees inside the forest: the potential impacts of changes in forest composition on songbirds during spring migration. Forest Ecology and Management, 280: 176-186. PDF
  153. Wydeven, AP, DJ Mladenoff, TA Sickley, BE Kohn, RP Thiel, and JL Hansen. 2001. Road density as a factor in habitat selection by wolves and other carnivores in the Great Lakes region. Endangered Species Update 18: 110-114. PDF
  154. Xue, C, CR Penton, B Zhang, M Zhao, DE Rothstein, DJ Mladenoff, JA Forrester, Q Shen, and JM Tiedje. 2015. Soil fungal and bacterial responses to conversion of open land to short rotation woody biomass crops. GCB Bioenergy (online). PDF
  155. Zollner, PA, EJ Gustafson, HS He, VC Radeloff, and DJ Mladenoff. 2005. Modeling the influence of dynamic zoning of forest harvesting on ecological succession in a northern hardwoods landscape. Environmental Management 35: 410-425. PDF