Meredith Cornett
Meredith Cornett
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Conservation implications of browsing by Odocoileus virginianus in remnant upland Thuja occidentalis forests
MW Cornett, LE Frelich, KJ Puettmann, PB Reich
Biological Conservation 93 (3), 359-369, 2000
Canopy type, forest floor, predation, and competition influence conifer seedling emergence and early survival in two Minnesota conifer-deciduous forests
MW Cornett, KJ Puettmann, PB Reich
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 28 (2), 196-205, 1998
Canopy feedbacks and microtopography regulate conifer seedling distribution in two Minnesota conifer-deciduous forests
MW Cornett, PB Reich, KJ Puettmann
Ecoscience 4 (3), 353-364, 1997
Seedbed and moisture availability determine safe sites for early Thuja occidentalis (Cupressaceae) regeneration
MW Cornett, PB Reich, KJ Puettmann, LE Frelich
American Journal of Botany 87 (12), 1807-1814, 2000
Patterns of plant community structure within and among primary and second-growth northern hardwood forest stands
JI Burton, EK Zenner, LE Frelich, MW Cornett
Forest Ecology and Management 258 (11), 2556-2568, 2009
Talking big: lessons learned from a 9000 hectare restoration in the northern tallgrass prairie
PJ Gerla, MW Cornett, JD Ekstein, MA Ahlering
Sustainability 4 (11), 3066-3087, 2012
Comparing the Importance of Seedbed and Canopy Type in the Restoration of Upland Thuja occidentalis Forests of Northeastern Minnesota
MW Cornett, KJ Puettmann, LE Frelich, PB Reich
Restoration Ecology 9 (4), 386-396, 2001
Restoration ecology: new perspectives and opportunities for forestry
D Sarr, K Puettmann, R Pabst, M Cornett, L Arguello
Journal of Forestry 102 (5), 20-24, 2004
Controls and reference conditions in forestry: the role of old-growth and retrospective studies
LE Frelich, MW Cornett, MA White
Journal of Forestry 103 (7), 339-344, 2005
Simulating restoration strategies for a southern boreal forest landscape with complex land ownership patterns
DJ Shinneman, MW Cornett, BJ Palik
Forest ecology and management 259 (3), 446-458, 2010
Risks of overharvesting seed from native tallgrass prairies
JC Meissen, SM Galatowitsch, MW Cornett
Restoration Ecology 23 (6), 882-891, 2015
Can landscape-level ecological restoration influence fire risk? A spatially-explicit assessment of a northern temperate-southern boreal forest landscape
DJ Shinneman, BJ Palik, MW Cornett
Forest Ecology and Management 274, 126-135, 2012
Effects of Browsing Control on Establishment and Recruitment of Eastern White Pine(Pinus strobus L.) at Cathedral Grove, Lake Superior Highlands, Minnesota, USA
CE Anderson, KA Chapman, MA White, MW Cornett
Natural Areas Journal 22 (3), 202-210, 2002
Can we control leafy spurge? Adaptive management and the recovery of native vegetation
MW Cornett, PJ Bauman, DD Breyfogle
Ecological Restoration 24 (3), 145-150, 2006
Two scales are better than one: Monitoring multiple-use northern temperate forests
MA White, MW Cornett, PT Wolter
Forest Ecology and Management 384, 44-53, 2017
Forest restoration in a changing world: complexity and adaptation examples from the Great Lakes region of North America
M Cornett, M White
Managing Forests as Complex Adaptive Systems: Building Resilience to the …, 2013
Meeting seed demand for landscape-scale restoration sustainably: the influence of seed harvest intensity and site management
JC Meissen, SM Galatowitsch, MW Cornett
Écoscience 24 (3-4), 145-155, 2017
Assessing long-term risks of prairie seed harvest: what is the role of life history?
JC Meissen, SM Galatowitsch, MW Cornett
Botany, 2017
Forest management for carbon sequestration and climate adaptation
TA Ontl, MK Janowiak, CW Swanston, J Daley, S Handler, M Cornett, ...
Journal of Forestry 118 (1), 86-101, 2020
Transferring landscape ecological knowledge in a multipartner landscape: the Border Lakes region of Minnesota and Ontario
DE Lytle, MW Cornett, MS Harkness
Forest Landscape Ecology, 97-128, 2006
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