Publications

Selected Publications

Qi JST Brantley, SW Golladay. Simulated irrigation reduction improves low flow in streams—a case study in the Lower Flint River Basin. Journal of Hydrology: Regional Studies 28: 100665

Wagner S, S BrantleyS Stuber, J Van Stan, A Whitetree, and A Stubbins. Dissolved black carbon in throughfall and stemflow in a fire-managed longleaf pine forest. Biogeochemistry 146: 191-207.

Giencke LM, C Denhof, LK Kirkman, OS Stuber, and ST Brantley. 2018. Seed sourcing for longleaf pine ground cover restoration: Does provenance matter? Restoration Ecology 6: 1127–1136.

McNulty S, A Baca, M Bowker, S Brantley, T Dreaden, S Golladay, T Holmes, N James, S Liu, R Lucardi, A Mayfield, G Sun, E Treasure, LM Conner, L Smith, and J Vose. Chapter 9: Forest Drought Impacts and adaptive management options for the Southeast United States. Pages 191–220 In: Vose JM, DL Peterson, CH Luce, and T Patel-Weynand (eds). Effects of drought on forests and rangelands in the United States: translating science into management responses. USDA Forest Service GTR WO-98, Washington, DC.

Brantley STJ Qi, and SW Golladay. 2018. Agricultural water conservation for streamflow in the lower Flint River. Final report submitted to the Georgia Chapter of the Nature Conservancy.

Brantley ST, JM Vose, LE Band, and DN Wear. 2017. Planning for an uncertain future. Restoration to mitigate water scarcity and sustain carbon sequestration. Chapter 15. In: Kirkman LK and SB Jack (eds). Ecological Restoration and Management of Longleaf Pine Forests. CRC Press, Boca Raton, Florida.

Other Publications

Miniat CF, JF Fraterrigo, ST Brantley, MA Callahan, S Cordell, JS Dukes, CP Giardina, S Jose, and G. Lovett. 2019. Chapter 3: Impacts of invasive species on forest and grassland ecosystem processes in the US. In: Poland TM, T Patel-Weynand, D Finch, CF Miniat, and V Lopez (eds). Invasive species in forests and grasslands of the United States: a comprehensive science synthesis for the United States forest sector. Springer-Verlag, Berlin. In press.

Oishi AC, SO Denham, ST Brantley, KA Novick, PV Bolstad, CF Miniat. Quantifying the effects of stand age on components of forest evapotranspiration. Acta Horticulturae: In press.

Miniat CF, DR Zietlow, ST Brantley, CL Brown, AE Mayfield III, RM Jetton, JR Rhea, and P Arnold. 2020. Physiological responses of eastern hemlock (Tsuga canadensis) to silvicultural release and variable site history: Implications for hemlock restoration. Forest Ecology and Management 460: 117903.

Degrassi A, S Brantley, C Levine, J Mohan, S Record, D Tomback, and A Ellison. 2019. Loss of foundation species revisited: conceptual framework with lessons learned from eastern hemlock and whitebark pine. Ecosphere 10: e02917.

Brantley ST, CF Miniat, and PV Bolstad. 2019. Rainfall partitioning varies across a forest chronosequence in the Southern Appalachian Mountains. Ecohydrology 12: e2081.

Oishi AC, CF Miniat, KA Novick, ST Brantley, JM Vose, and JT Walker. 2018. Warmer temperatures reduce net carbon uptake, but not water use in a mature southern Appalachian forest. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 252: 269–282.

KJ Elliott, PV Caldwell, ST Brantley, CF Miniat, JM Vose, WT Swank. 2017. Water yield following grass-to-forest transition. Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 21: 981–997.

Brantley ST, AE Mayfield III, R Jetton, CF Miniat, DR Zeitlow and James Rhea. 2017. Elevated light levels reduce HWA infestation and improve carbon balance in infested eastern hemlock seedlings. Forest Ecology and Management 385: 150–160.

Stuber OS, LK Kirkman, J Hepinstall-Cymerman, and GI Martin. 2016. The ecological condition of geographically isolated wetlands in the southeastern United States: the relationship between landscape-level assessments and macrophyte assemblages. Ecological Indicators 62:191-200.