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EMU Research Bibliography

The following is a summary of research publications related to Detroit River International Wildlife Refuge from Eastern Michigan University


Eastern Michigan University and Institute for Geospatial Research and Education Bibliography for Refuge Research from 2010 to 2012 

  

Duke, S.T. and K.E. Judd.  Influence of invasive common reed (Phragmites australis) on organic matter processing in a freshwater marsh.  State of the Straits Conference, Eastern Michigan University, Ypsilanti, MI.  2 November 2011.

Duke, S.T. and K.E. Judd.  Effects of wetland invasion by the common reed (Phragmites australis) on rates of soil respiration and methanogenesis. Presented at the Eastern Michigan University Graduate Research Fair, Ypsilanti, MI (21 March 2011).

Duke, S. and K. Judd.  2012.  Effects of Phragmites invasion on litter decomposition in a freshwater marsh: Influence of vegetation, environment, and freshwater leachates.  Presented at the Midwest-Great Lakes Society for Ecological Restoration Annual Meeting (4-6 May, Ann Arbor, MI).

Glaeser, L. P. Richardson-Bristol, K. Judd.  2012.  Seedbank diversity in Great Lakes Coastal wetlands invaded by Phragmites australis.  Presented at the Midwest-Great Lakes Society for Ecological Restoration Annual Meeting (4-6 May, Ann Arbor, MI).

Glaeser, L. and K.E. Judd.  Examining the seed banks in Great Lakes coastal wetlands invaded by Phragmites australis. Presented at the Undergraduate Symposium, Eastern Michigan University, Ypsilanti, MI (30 March 2012).

Goldberger, J. and K.E. Judd.  Analysis of methanogen abundance in freshwater wetlands invaded by Phragmites australis.  Presented at the Undergraduate Symposium, Eastern Michigan University, Ypsilanti, MI (30 March 2012).

Jaworski, Eugene.2010. J & L Consulting Services, Ypsilanti, MI 49197. Phragmites australis (Cav.) Trin. ex Steudel, Literature review, and small-scale Herbicide treatment at Pointe Mouillee State Game Area, Michigan.

Jaworski, Eugene and Greg Norwood.  31 January 2011.  “Observations  on  9-29-2010  of  aquatic plants and algae in shoreline areas of  Detroit River International Wildlife Refuge (DRIWR) Units, Trenton Channel, Michigan”.  Field Note No. 2.   Phragmites australis  Research Project. Institute for Geospatial Research and Education (IGRE), Eastern Michigan University, Ypsilanti, MI.  6 pp.

Jaworski, Eugene.Soil  Sampling  Report – Fix Unit,  9-13-2011.

Jaworski, Eugene and Greg Norwood.  30 December 2011.  “Aquatic plant collections and identifications, on 10-29-2010, Upper Detroit River, Detroit River International Wildlife Refuge Units”.  Field Note No. 3.  Phragmites australis Research Project.  Institute for Geospatial Research and Education (IGRE), Eastern Michigan University, Ypsilanti, MI.  5 pp.

Jaworski, Eugene and Greg NorwoodIdentification of Aquatic Plants, Detroit River; Collected on Friday, 29 October 2010 – Field Trip. Collected plants identified by Biology Dept., EMU on 11-08-10. For possible use in interpreting multispectral imagery of the Detroit River, 18 river sites.

Jaworski, Eugene  and  Greg Norwood.  “Observation of  Common Reed (Phragmites australis), Haplotype M)  Die-off on 11-12-2010 in Strong Unit, Detroit River International Refuge, following Treatment with Roundup and Habitat Herbicides”.

Jaworski, Eugene and Greg Norwood. “Post-Herbicide Treatment Observations on  8-10-2011 of  a coastal Wetland with non-native Reed Cane after one growing season, prior to burning, Strong Unit, Detroit River International Wildlife Refuge”.  

Jaworski, Eugene and Greg Norwood.   “Post-Herbicide Treatment Observations on  10-8-2011 of  a coastal Wetland with non-native Reed Cane after one growing season, prior to burning, Strong Unit, Detroit River International Wildlife Refuge”.  

Jaworski, Eugene. Color Photos of the Strong Unit following burn on May 11, 2012; Field Inspection on May 17th 2012.

Jaworski, Eugene. Color Photos of the Great Lakes Aggregates Property following burn on May 11, 2012; Field Inspection on May 17th 2012.

Jaworski, Eugene. Second Post-burn field Inspections of Strong Unit and Great Lakes Aggregates on June 14, 2012.

Jaworski, Eugene and Greg Norwood.  May 21, 2012.  “Post-burn monitoring on 14 and 17 May 2012 of herbicide-treated  Phragmites australis communities, sprayed  on 9-15-2010 and burned on 5-11-2012”.  Detroit River International  Wildlife Refuge,  U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service, MI.  Ypsilanti, MI: Institute for Geospatial Research and Education,  Eastern Michigan University.   9 pp.

Judd, K., S. Francoeur, J. Kirk, and S. Duke.  2012.  Phragmites invasion slows carbon and nutrient turnover and alters sediment microbial community in a freshwater marsh.  Presented at the Ecological Society of America Annual Meeting (5-11 August, Portland, OR).

Judd  K. E., S.N. Francoeur, J.K. Kirk, S.T. Duke, J. Tyrrell.  2012.  Ecosystem impacts of Phragmites australis invasion and removal on Great Lakes coastal wetlands.  Presented at the Midwest-Great Lakes Society for Ecological Restoration Annual Meeting (4-6 May, Ann Arbor, MI).

Kirk, J., J. Goldberger, K. Judd, D. Clemans, and S. Francoeur.  2012.  Effect of invasion and control of Phragmites australis on soil microbial community composition and abundance in Great Lakes coastal wetlands.  Presented at the Ecological Society of America Annual Meeting (5-11 August, Portland, OR).

Kirk, J.K. D. Clemans, and K.E. Judd.  Effects of glyphosate on wetland soil microbial community composition.  State of the Straits Conference, Eastern Michigan University, Ypsilanti, MI.  2 November 2011.

Kirk, J.K. D. Clemans, and K.E. Judd.  Effects of glyphosate on wetland soil microbial community composition.  Presented at the Eastern Michigan University Graduate Research Fair, Ypsilanti, MI (21 March 2011).

Richardson-Bristol, Penelope and K.E. Judd.  Effects of the invasive plant Phragmites australis on wetland ecosystems in the Detroit River International Wildlife Refuge.  Presented at the Undergraduate Symposium, Eastern Michigan University, Ypsilanti, MI (26 March 2010).

Tyrrell, G. and K.E. Judd.  Wetland plants drive enzyme activities in surface waters.  Presented at the Undergraduate Symposium, Eastern Michigan University, Ypsilanti, MI (25 March 2011).

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