Selected Publications

Lishawa SC, Carson BC, Brandt JS, Tallant JM, Reo NJ, Albert DA, Monks AM, Lautenbach JM, Clark E. 2017. Mechanical harvesting effectively controls young Typha spp. invasion and unmanned aerial vehicle data enhances post-treatment monitoring. Frontiers in Plant Science. 8 (619): 1-14.

Lawrence BA, Lishawa SC, Hurst N, Castillo BT, Tuchman NC. 2017. Wetland invasion by Typha × glauca increases soil methane emissions. Aquatic Botany. 137 (1): 80-87.

Lawrence BA, Burke K, Lishawa SC, Tuchman NC. 2016. Typha invasion associated with reduced aquatic macroinvertebrate abundance in northern Lake Huron coastal wetlands. Journal of Great Lakes Research. 42 (6): 1412-1419.

Lawrence BA, Lishawa SC, Rodriguez Y, Tuchman NC. 2016. Herbicide management of invasive cattail (Typha × glauca) increases porewater nutrient concentrations. Wetlands Ecology and Management. 24 (4): 457-467.

Carson, Brendan, Bahlai C, Gibbs J; Landis DA. 2016. Flowering phenology influences bee community dynamics in old fields dominated by the invasive plant Centaurea stoebe. Basic and Applied Ecology. 17:497-507.

Lishawa SC, Lawrence BA, Albert DA, Tuchman NC. 2015. Biomass harvest of invasive Typha promotes plant diversity in a Great Lakes coastal wetland. Restoration Ecology. 23 (3): 228-237.

Carson, BD, Landis DA. 2015. Establishment, impacts, and current range of spotted knapweed (Centaurea stoebe ssp. micranthos (Gugler) Hayek) biological control insects in Michigan. Great Lakes Entomologist 47: 129-148.

Carson, BD, Landis DA. 2015. Phenology and dispersal of Larinus minutus Gyllenhal and Larinus obtusus Gyllenhal (Coleoptera: Curculionidae), two biological control agents of Centaurea stoebe ssp. micranthos (spotted knapweed) in Michigan. Biological Control. 79: 84-91.

Lishawa SC, Jankowski-Giefer KJ, Geddes P, Larkin DJ, Monks AM, Tuchman NC. 2014. Denitrification in a Laurentian Great Lakes coastal wetland invaded by hybrid cattail (Typha × glauca). Aquatic Sciences. 76 (4): 483-495.

Lishawa SC, Treering DJ, Vail LM, McKenna O, Grimm EC, Tuchman NC. 2013. Reconstructing plant invasions using historical aerial imagery and pollen core analysis: Typha in the Laurentian Great Lakes. Diversity and Distributions. 19 (1): 14-28.

Larkin DJ, Lishawa SC, Tuchman NC. 2012. Appropriation of Nitrogen by the invasive cattail Typha × glauca. Aquatic Botany. 100 (1):62-66.

Larkin DJ, Freyman MJ, Lishawa SC, Geddes P, Tuchman NC. 2012. Mechanisms of dominance by the invasive hybrid cattail Typha X glauca. Biological Invasions. 14 (1): 65-77.

Mitchell ME, Lishawa SC, Geddes P, Larkin DJ, Treering DJ, Tuchman NC. 2011. Time-dependent impacts of cattail (Typha x glauca) invasion in a Great Lakes coastal wetland complex. Wetlands. 31 (6): 1143-1149.

Lishawa SC, Albert DA, Tuchman NC. 2010. Water level decline promotes Typha X glauca establishment and vegetation change in Great Lakes coastal wetlands. Wetlands. 30 (6): 1085-1096.

Lishawa SC, Schubel AT, Tuchman NC, Varty AK. 2010. Sustainability education as a catalyst for university and community partnerships. Metropolitan Universities. 21 (1): 58-72.

Tuchman, NC, D.J. Larkin, P. Geddes, R. Wildova, K.J. Jankowski, and D.E. Goldberg.  2009.  Patterns of environmental change associated with Typha x glauca invasion in a Great Lakes coastal wetland. Wetlands. 29(3):964-975.

Angeloni, NL, K.J. Jankowski, N.C. Tuchman, and J.J. Kelly. 2006. Effects of an invasive cattail species (Typha x glauca) on sediment nitrogen and microbial community composition in a freshwater wetland. FEMS Microbiol. Lett. 263:86-92.