Reference List

This list includes references used to derive specimen records.

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Ref IDTypeAuthorDateTitle
27877 NewsAnonymous2015Return of the natives at Times Beach
40836 Journal ArticleBonello, J.E. and K.E. Judd2020Plant community recovery after herbicide management to remove Phragmites australis in Great Lakes coastal wetlands
35686 Journal ArticleBourgeau-Chavez, L.L., et al.2013Mapping invasive Phragmites australis in the coastal Great Lakes with ALOS PALSAR satellite imagery for decision support
41579 DatabaseBragg, A.2022AIS plants from Lake Erie Drainage field surveys 2022
24369 DatabaseCenter for Invasive Species and Ecosystem Health.2019EDDMapS: Early detection and distribution mapping system
40849 Journal ArticleDuke, S.T., S.N. Francoeur, and K.E. Judd2015Effect of Phragmites australis invasion on carbon dynamics in a freshwater marsh
28080 DatabaseEnvironmental Assessment Program.2018Washington State Lakes Environmental Data Version 1.0
26212 DatabaseGBIF2013Global Biodiversity Information Facility (GBIF) Database.
41348 Journal ArticleGraham, A., B. Mudzrynski, E. Polzer, and D.A. Wilcox2022Restoration of a Lake Ontario-connected fen through invasive Typha removal
17446 DatabaseGreat Lakes Indian Fish and Wildlife Commission (GLIFWC).2017Exotic Species Information Center.
24851 DatabaseiMapInvasives.2016Oregon iMapInvasives
27712 DatabaseiMapInvasives.2019New York iMapInvasives
27878 NewsKornacki, A., C. Forgette, T. Friona, L. Glomski, J. Shearer, and G. Dick.2014Restoring quality habitat and combating invasive plants at Times Beach
40772 Journal ArticleLambert, A.M., L.A. Tewksbury, and R.Z. Casagrande2021Performance of a native butterfly and introduced moth on native and itroduced lineages of Phragmites australis
28167 DatabaseLes, D.H., and R.S. Capers.2012George Safford Torrey Herbarium (CONN)
41360 Journal ArticleMeeker, J. E., D.A. Wilcox, S.E. Johnson, and N. Tillison2023Tracking Vegetation Transitions Due to Invasion of Cattail (Typha) in Lake Superior Coastal Peatlands
37885 DatabaseMI-EGLE2022Unpublished MI-EGLE Monitoring Data (2 spreadsheets)
40900 Journal ArticleMohler, R.L. and J.M. Morse2022Using UAV imagery to map invasive Phragmites australis on the Crow Island State Game Area, Michigan, USA
37229 DatabaseReitsma, J.2021BLM - National Invasive Species Information Management System - Plants
40902 Journal ArticleRobichaud, C.D., and R.C. Rooney2021Effective suppression of established invasive Phragmites australis leads to secondary invasion in a coastal marsh
40853 Journal ArticleRutherford, R., J.A. Hartsock, and N.P. Danz2022Physical and plant community changes at a Lake Michigan coastal marsh related to a two-meter increase in lake level
40822 Journal ArticleShearin, Z.R.C., M. Filipek, R. Desai, W.A. Bickford, K.P. Kowalski, and K. Clay2018Fungal endophytes from seeds of invasive, non-native Phragmites australis and their potential role in germination and seedling growth
16075 DatabaseSmithsonian Institution2019United States National Herbarium (US)
31508 DatabaseSouth Dakota Game, Fish and Parks.2018Aquatic invasive species by waterbody
42445 ReportThe Nature Conservancy Great Lakes AIS Program2023Aquatic plant surveys for Oswego, Rochester, and Buffalo harbors 2021 & 2022
28178 DatabaseThe New York Botanical Garden2018William and Lynda Steere Herbarium (NY)
41372 Journal ArticleTillman, S.C., G. Spyreas, A. Olnas, and J.W. Matthews2022Plant communities in wetland mitigation banks surpass the quality of those in the most degraded, naturally occurring wetlands, but fall short of high-quality wetlands
37531 DatabaseTucker, A2019EDRR plant Survey, raw data
37529 ReportTucker, A., G. Annis, L. Chadderton and E. Elgin2019Detroit River at Gibraltar, MI 2018 aquatic plant survey results
37530 ReportTucker, A., G. Annis, L. Chadderton and E. Elgin2019Port of Milwaukee 2018 aquatic plant survey results
37527 ReportTucker, A., W.L. Chadderton, G. Annis, E. Elgin2019Interstate aquatic invasive species prevention, early detection, and response: Aquatic plant survey mothods development and site assessment
35441 DatabaseU-M Library Digital Collections.2021University of Michigan Herbarium Catalog Collection
41373 Journal ArticleVilla, J.A., Y. Ju, C. Vines, C. Rey-Sanchez, T.H. Morin, K.C. Wrighton, and G. Bohrer2019Relationships between methane and carbon dioxide fluxes in a temperate cattail-dominated freshwater wetland
37943 DatabaseWarman, M.J.20212020 aquatic invasive plant survey in the Lake Erie Basin, Ohio
40797 Journal ArticleWendell, D.L., X.M. Huang, B. Gryspeerd, and J. Freeland2021A simple screen to detect hybrids between native and introduced Phragmites australis in the United States and Canada
40813 Journal ArticleWhyte, R.S., C.I. Bocetti, and D.M. Klarer2015Bird assemblages in Phragmites dominated and non-Phragmites habitats in two Lake Erie coastal marshes


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