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Flinn, K.M., T. Mahany* and C.E. Hausman. 2017. From forest to city: Plant community change in northeast Ohio from 1800 to 2014. In review.
Flinn, K.M. 2017. Invasive earthworms ingest and digest garlic mustard seeds at rates equal to native seeds. Northeastern Naturalist, in press.
Flinn, K.M., H.A.D. Kuhns*, J.L. Mikes*, E.V. Lonsdorf and J.K. Lake. 2017. Invasion and succession change the functional traits of serpentine plant communities. Journal of the Torrey Botanical Society 144: 109-124. [pdf]
Flinn, K.M., J.L. Mikes* and H.A.D. Kuhns*. 2017. Plant diversity and community composition in eastern North American serpentine barrens. Journal of the Torrey Botanical Society 144: 125-138. [pdf]
Flinn, K.M., M.M. Loiacono* and H.E. Groff*. 2014. Low reproductive success of hayscented fern (Dennstaedtia punctilobula) regardless of inbreeding level or time since disturbance. Botany 92: 911-915. [pdf]
Flinn, K.M., J.L. Bechhofer* and M. Malcolm*. 2014. Little impact of the invasive shrub Japanese barberry (Berberis thunbergii DC) on forest understory plant communities. Journal of the Torrey Botanical Society 141: 217-224. [pdf]
Flinn, K.M. 2014. Agricultural legacies in forest herb communities. Pages 438-444 in F.S. Gilliam, ed. The herbaceous layer in forests of eastern North America. 2nd ed. Oxford, New York, USA.
Flinn, K.M. 2011. Why are acidophilic plants abundant in post-agricultural forests? Journal of the Torrey Botanical Society 138:73-76. [pdf]
Flinn, K.M., T.C. Gouhier, M.J. Lechowicz and M.J. Waterway. 2010. The role of dispersal in shaping plant community composition of wetlands in a forested landscape. Journal of Ecology 98: 1292-1299. [pdf]
Goodale, C.L., S.A. Thomas, G. Fredriksen, E.M. Elliott, K.M. Flinn, T.J. Butler and M.T. Walter. 2009. Unusual seasonal patterns and inferred processes of nitrogen retention in forested headwater catchments of the Upper Susquehanna River. Biogeochemistry 93: 197-218. [pdf]
Vellend, M., K. Verheyen, K.M. Flinn, H. Jacquemyn, A. Kolb, H. Van Calster, G. Peterken, B.J. Graae, J. Bellemare, O. Honnay, J. Brunet, M. Wulf, F. Gerhardt and M. Hermy. 2007. Homogenization of forest plant communities and weakening of species–environment relationships via agricultural land use. Journal of Ecology 95: 565-573. [pdf]
Flinn, K.M. and P.L. Marks. 2004. Land-use history and forest herb diversity in Tompkins County, New York, USA. Pages 81-95 in O. Honnay, K. Verheyen, B. Bossuyt, and M. Hermy, eds. Forest Biodiversity: Lessons from History for Conservation. CABI, Wallingford, UK.
Flinn, K.M. 2015. Building a twig phylogeny. American Biology Teacher 77: 141-144.
Flinn, K.M. 2015. Spoons, forks, chopsticks, straws: Simulating natural selection. Understanding Evolution.
Flinn, K.M. 2014. How do pawpaws affect tree regeneration? Teaching Issues and Experiments in Ecology 10: 1 [http://www.esa.org/tiee/vol/v10/experiments/flinn/abstract.html].
Flinn, K.M. 2018. This is a place. In Anne Trubek, ed. Voices from the Rust Belt. Picador, New York.
Flinn, K.M. 2017. Silent partners: Are earthworms creating pathways for invasive plants? The Conversation and The Huffington Post, June 15, 2017.
Flinn, K.M. 2016. The ecology of ruin. Belt Magazine, September 26, 2016.
Flinn, K.M. 2016. How a native plant ended up on reality TV, and why it’s at risk. The Conversation and The Huffington Post, September 6, 2016.
Flinn, K.M. 2015. This is a place. Belt Magazine, March 25, 2015.
In the news
Salomone, S. 2017. Conservation of more than 1,500 trees earns BW “Tree Campus USA” recognition. BW News, April 12, 2017.
Breckenridge, M.B. 2017. Earthworms lose their good-guy luster as they threaten forest floors. Akron Beacon Journal, February 24, 2017.
Salamone, S. 2016. BW Biology faculty, students study impact of invasive earthworms on native plants. BW News, September 20, 2016.
Durantine, P. 2014. To understand a little known, but unique, ecosystem. F&M News, October 7, 2014.