underlined = undergraduate student; * = graduate student;

– 2023 –

[38] Choi, D., E. LaRue, J. Atkins, J. Foster, J. H. Matthes, R. Fahey, B. Thapa, S. Fei, B. Hardiman. 2023. Short-term effects of moderate severity disturbances on forest canopy structure. Journal of Ecology, In Press. 

[37] Jevon, F. V.*, J. Gewirtzman, A. K. Lang*, M. Ayres, J. H. Matthes. 2023. Tree species effects on soil CO2 and CH4 fluxes in a mixed temperate forest. Ecosystems, In Press. 

– 2022 –

[36] Jevon, F. V.*, D. De La Cruz, A. K. Lang*, J. LaManna, D. Orwig, S. Record, P. Kouba, M. Ayres, J. H. Matthes. 2022. Experimental and observational evidence of negative conspecific density dependence in temperate ectomycorrhizal trees. Ecology, 103(11): e3808. [link]

[35] Cleavitt, N. L., M. S. Montague, J. J. Battles, O. F. Box, J. H. Matthes, T. J. Fahey. 2022. Enemy release from beech bark disease coincides with upslope shift of American beech, Canadian Journal of Forest Research 52(9), doi:10.1139/cjfr-2022-0107. [link]

[34] La Rue, E., R. Fahey, T. Fuson, J. Foster, J. H. Matthes, B. Hardiman. 2022. Evaluating the sensitivity of forest structural diversity characterization to LiDAR point density, Ecosphere 13: e4209, doi:10.1002/ecs2.4209. [link]

– 2021-

[33] Jevon, F. V.*, A. K. Lang*, M. Ayres, J. H. Matthes. 2021. Limited evidence that larger acorns buffer Quercus rubra seedlings from density dependent biotic stressors. American Journal of Botany 108(10): 1861-1872, doi:10.1002/ajb2.1740. [link]

[32] Delwiche, K.B., … J.H. Matthes and 112 additional co-authors …, R. B. Jackson. 2021. FLUXNET-CH4: A global, multi-ecosystem database and analysis of methane seasonality from freshwater wetlands. Earth System Science Data 13(7): 3607–3689, doi:10.5194/essd-13-3607-2021. [link]

[31] Smith-Tripp, S., A. Griffith, V. Pasquarella, J. H. Matthes. 2021. Impacts of a regional multi-year insect defoliation event on seasonal runoff ratios and instantaneous streamflow characteristics. Ecohydrology e2332, doi:10.1002/eco.2332. [link]

[30] Lang, A. K.*, F. V. Jevon*, C. Vietorisz, M. Ayres, J. H. Matthes. 2021. Fine roots and mycorrhizal fungi accelerate leaf litter decomposition in a northern hardwood forest regardless of dominant tree mycorrhizal associations. New Phytologist 230(1): 316-326, doi:10.1111/nph.17155 . [link]

[29] Farrell, K. J., K. C. Weathers, S. H. Sparks, J. A. Brentrup, C. C. Carey, M. C. Dietze, J. R. Foster, K. L. Grayson, ​J. H. Matthes​, M. D. SanClements. Training the next generation of macrosystems scientists requires both interpersonal and technical skills. ​Frontiers in Ecology & Environment​ 19(1): 39-46, doi:10.1002/fee.2287. [link]

– 2020 –

[28] Jevon, F. V.*, S. Record, J. Grady, A. K. Lang*, D. Orwig, M. Ayres, J. H. Matthes. Seedling survival declines with increasing conspecific density in a common temperate tree, Ecosphere 11(11): e03292, doi:10.1002/ecs2.3292. [link]

[27] Conrad-Rooney, E., A. Barker Plotkin, V. J. Pasquarella, J. Elkinton, J. L. Chandler, J. H. Matthes. Defoliation severity is positively related to soil solution nitrogen availability and negatively related to soil nitrogen concentrations following a multi-year invasive insect irruption, AoB PLANTS 12(6): 1-9doi:10.1093/aobpla/plaa059. [link]

[26] Pastorello, G. Z., … J. H. Matthes, … 284 additional co-authors, D. Papale. 2020. The FLUXNET2015 dataset and the ONEFlux processing pipeline for eddy covariance data. Scientific Data 7:225, doi:10.1038/s41597-020-0534-3. [link]

[25] Russell, S. J., C. D. Vines*, G. Bohrer, D. R. Johnson, J. A. Villa, R. Heltzel*, C. Rey-Sanchez*, J. H. Matthes. 2020. Quantifying CH4 concentration spikes above baseline and attributing CH4 sources to hydraulic fracturing activities by continuous monitoring at an off-site tower, Atmospheric Environment 228: 117452, doi:10.1016/j.atmosenv.2020.117452[link]

– 2019 –

[24] Lang, A. K.*, F. V. Jevon*, M. Ayres, J. H. Matthes. 2019. Higher soil respiration rate beneath arbuscular mycorrhizal trees in a northern hardwood forest is driven by associated soil properties, Ecosystems, doi:10.1007/s10021-019-00466-7. [link

[23] Paradiso, E., F. V. Jevon*, J. H. Matthes. 2019. Fine root respiration is more strongly correlated with root traits than tree species identity, Ecosphere 10(11): e02944, doi:10.1002/ecs2.2944. [link]

[22] Jevon, F. V.*, A. W. D’Amato, C. W. Woodall, K. Griffin, M. Ayres, J. H. Matthes. 2019. Tree basal area and conifer abundance predict soil carbon stocks and concentrations in an actively managed forest of northern New Hampshire, USA, Forest Ecology & Management 451: 117534, doi:10.1016/j.foreco.2019.117534. [link]

– 2018 –

[21] Matthes, J. H., A. K. Lang*, F. V. Jevon*, S. J. Russell. 2018. Tree stress and mortality from emerald ash borer does not systematically alter short-term soil carbon flux in a mixed northeastern U.S. forest, Forests 9(1): 37; doi:10.3390/f9010037. [link]

[20] Matthes, J. H. and E. H. Matthes. 2018. ‘The Clean Plate Club? Food Waste and Individual Responsibility’ in The Oxford Handbook of Food Ethics, ed. A. Barnhill, M. Budolfson, and T. Doggett, New York: Oxford University press, pp. 313-330. [draft]


[19] Knox, S. H., I. Dronova, C. Sturtevant, P. Oikawa, J. H. Matthes, J. Verfaillie, D. Baldocchi. 2017. Using digital camera and Landsat imagery with eddy covariance data to model gross primary production in restored wetlands, Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 237-238: 233-245, doi:10.1016/j.agformet.2017.02.020. [link]

[18] Rollinson, C., Y. Liu, A. Raiho, D. Moore, J. McLachlan, D. Bishop, A. Dye, A. Hessl, T. Hickler, J. H. Matthes, N. Pederson, B. Poulter, T. L. Quaife, K. Schaefer, J. Steinkamp, M. Dietze. 2017. Emergent climate and CO2 sensitivities of net primary productivity in ecosystem models do not agree with empirical data in temperate forests in Eastern North America. Global Change Biology 23: 2755–276, doi:10.1111/gcb.13626. [link]

[17] Goring, S. J., D. J. Mladenoff, C. V. Cogbill, S. Record, C. J. Paciorek, S. T. Jackson, M. C. Dietze, A. Dawson, J. H. Matthes, J. S. McLachlan, J. W. Williams. 2017. Novel and lost forests in the Upper Midwestern United States, from new estimates of Settlement-Era composition, stem density, and biomass. PLoS One 11(12): e0151935. doi:10.1371/journal. pone.0151935. [link]

– 2016 –

[16] Poindexter, C. M., D. D. Baldocchi, J. H. Matthes, S. H. Knox, E. A. Variano. 2016. Overlooked methane transport process controls significant portion of a wetland’s methane emissions. Geophysical Research Letters, doi: 10.1002/2016GL068782. [link]

[15] Baldocchi, D. D., S. H. Knox, I. Dronova, J. Verfaillie, P. Oikawa, C. Sturtevant, J. H. Matthes, M. Detto.2016. The impact of expanding flooded land area on the annual evaporation of rice. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology223: 181-193, doi:10.1016/j.agrformet.2016.04.001. [link]

[14] Knox, S. H., J. H. Matthes, C. Sturtevant, P. Oikawa, J. Verfaillie, D. D. Baldocchi. 2016. Biophysical controls on interannual variability in ecosystem scale CO2 and CH4 exchange in a California rice paddy. Journal of Geophysical Research – Biogeosciences 121(3): 978-1001, doi: 10.1002/2015JG003247. [link]

[13] Anderson, F. E., B. Bergamaschi, C. Sturtevant, S. Knox, L. Hastings, L. Windham-Myers, M. Detto, E. L. Hestir, J. Drexler, R. L. Miller, J. H. Matthes, J. Verfaillie, D. Baldocchi, R. L. Snyder, R. Fujii. 2016. Variation of energy and carbon fluxes from a restored temperate freshwater wetland and implications for carbon market verification protocols. Journal of Geophysical Research – Biogeosciences 121(3): 777-795, doi: 10.1002/2015JG003083. [link]

[12] Matthes, J. H., S. Goring, J. W. Williams, M. C. Dietze. 2016. Benchmarking historical CMIP5 land-climate feedbacks across the Upper Midwest and Northeastern United States. Journal of Geophysical Research – Biogeosciences 121(2): 523-535, doi: 10.1002/2015JG003175. [link]

[11] Sturtevant, C., B. Ruddell, S. H. Knox, J. Verfaillie, J. H. Matthes, P. Oikawa, D. D. Baldocchi. 2016. Identifying scale-emergent, non-linear, asynchronous processes of wetland methane exchange. Journal of Geophysical Research – Biogeosciences, 121(1): 188-204, doi:10.1002/2015JG003054. [link]

– 2015 –

[10] Matthes, J. H., S. H. Knox, C. Sturtevant, O. Sonnentag, J. Verfaillie, D. D. Baldocchi. 2015. Predicting landscape-scale CO2 flux at a pasture and rice paddy with long-term hyperspectral canopy reflectance measurements. Biogeosciences 12: 4577-4594, doi:10.5194/bg-12-4577-2015. [link]

[9] Petrescu, A. M. R., A. Lohila, J.-P. Tuovinen, D. D. Baldocchi, A. Desai, N. Roulet, T. Vesala, A. J. Dolman, W. Oechel, B. Marcolla, T. Friborg, J. Rinne, J. H. Matthes, L. Merbold, A. Meijide, G. Kiely, M. Sottocornola, T. Sachs, D. Zona, A. Varlagin, D. Lai, E. Veenendaal, F.-J. Parmentier, U. Skiba, M. Lund, A. Hensen, J. van Huissteden, L. Flanagan, N. Shurpali, T. Grünwald, E. Humphreys, M. Jackowicz-Korczyński, M. Aurela, T. Laurila, C. Grüning, C. Corradi, A. Schrier-Uijl, T. Christensen, M. Tamstorf, M. Mastepanov, P. Martikainen, S. Verma, C. Bernhofer, A. Cescatti. 2015. The uncertain climate footprint of wetlands under human pressure. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 112(15): 4594-4599, doi: 10.1073/pnas.1416267112[link

[8] Knox, S. H., C. Sturtevant, J. H. Matthes, L. Koteen, J. Verfaillie, D. D. Baldocchi. 2015. Greenhouse gas budgets (CO2 and CH4) of drained agricultural peatlands and restored wetlands in the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta. Global Change Biology 21(2): 750-765 , doi: 10.1111/gcb.12745[link

– 2014 –

[7] Dietze, M. C. and J. H. Matthes. 2014. A general ecophysiological framework for modeling the impact of pests and pathogens on forest ecosystems. Ecology Letters 17(11): 1418-1426, doi: 10.1111/ele.12345. [link]

[6] Matthes, J. H., C. Sturtevant, J. Verfaillie, S. H. Knox, D. D. Baldocchi. 2014. Parsing variability in CH4 fluxes at a spatially heterogeneous wetland: Integrating multiple eddy covariance towers with high-resolution flux footprint analysis. Journal of Geophysical Research – Biogeosciences, 119, doi: 10.1002/2014JG002642. [link

– 2012 and earlier –

[5] Hatala, J. A., M. Detto, D. D. Baldocchi. 2012. Gross ecosystem productivity causes a diurnal pattern in methane flux from rice. Geophysical Research Letters 39(6): L06409, doi:10.1029/2012GL051303. [link]

[4] Hatala, J. A., M. Detto, O. Sonnentag, S. J. Deverel, J. Verfaillie, D. D. Baldocchi. 2012. Greenhouse gas (CO2, CH4, H2O) fluxes from drained and flooded agricultural peatlands in the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta. Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 150: 1-18. [link]

[3] Ma, S., D. D. Baldocchi, J. A. Hatala, M. Detto, J. Curiel-Yuste. 2012. Are rain-induced ecosystem respiration pulses enhanced by legacies of antecedent photodegradation in semi-arid environments? Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 144-145: 203-213[link]

[2] Hatala, J. A., M. C. Dietze, R. L. Crabtree, D. Six, K. Kendall, and P. M. Moorcroft. 2011. An ecosystem-scale model for the spread of a host-specific fungal pathogen in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem. Ecological Applications 21(4): 1138-1153. [link]

[1] Hatala, J. A., K. Q. Halligan, R. L. Crabtree, and P. M. Moorcroft. 2010. Landscape-scale patterns of forest pathogen damage in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem. Remote Sensing of Environment 114(2):375-384. [link]