DOWNLOADABLE PUBLICATIONS, TALKS AND POSTERS
PDF's of some peer-reviewed publications
Woods, K.D. and M.B. Davis. 1989. Paleoecology of range limits: beech in northern Michigan and Wisconsin. Ecology 70:681-696.
Hall, F.G., D.B.Botkin, D.E. Strebel, K.D. Woods, S.J.Goetz. 1991. Large-scale patterns of forest succession as determined by remote sensing. Ecology 72:628-640.
Woods, K.D. 2000. Dynamics in late-successional hemlock-hardwood forests over three decades. Ecology 81:110-126
Woods, K.D. 2000. Long-term change and spatial pattern in a late-successional hemlock-northern hardwood forest. Journal of Ecology 88:267-282.
Woods, K.D. 2004. Intermediate disturbance in a late-successional hemlock-northern hardwood forest. Journal of Ecology 92:464-476.
Papaik, M.J., Canham, C.D., Latty, E.F., Woods, K.D. 2005. Effects of an introduced pathogen on resistance to natural disturbance: beech bark disease and windthrow. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 35:1832-1843
Woods, K.D. 2007. Predictability, contingency, and convergence in late succession: slow systems and complex data-sets. Journal of Vegetation Science 18: 543-554. On-line Appendix
Woods, K.D. (compiler) 2007. An all-taxa biodiversity inventory of the Huron Mountain Club. Version August 2007. Occasional papers of the Huron Mountain Wildlife Foundation, No. 5. [http://www.hmwf.org/species_list.php]
Woods, K.D. 2008. Living long by staying small: stem layering as an adaptive life-history trait in shade-tolerant tree seedlings. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 38:480-487.
Woods, K.D. 2013. Problems with edges: tree lines as indicators of climate change (or not). Applied Vegetation Science 17:4–5
De Frenne, P., ..... Woods, K.D., (32 others). 2013. Microclimate moderates plant responses to macroclimate warming. PNAS 110:18561–18565
2012 Ecological Society of America meeting, Portland OR: Biomass and Coarse Woody Debris Dynamics in Old-growth Hemlock-hardwood Forest
2011 North American Forest Ecology Workshop, Roanoke, VA: Reorganization of understory diversity over three decades in an old-growth cool-temperate forest.
2010 Ecological Society of America meeting, Pittsburgh, PA. Invited paper for special session on long-term studies and predictability in ecological systems: Historical contingency in old-growth forests: Implications for community patterns in the face of environmental change. (pdf of slide presentation)
2005 Annual symposium of International Association for Vegetation Science, Portugal, Lisbon: Are old-growth forests special? Or just old? (powerpoint)
2005 Ecological Society of America/IntEcol meeting, Montreal, Canada: Tip-up mounds in large gaps play an important role in old-growth forest dynamics. This work grew from the senior thesis project of student Daniel Brese