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McClain, W.E., C. Ruffner, J.E. Ebinger, and G. Spyreas. 2021. Patterns of Anthropogenic Fire within the Midwestern Tallgrass Prairie 1673-1905: Evidence from Written Accounts. Natural Areas Journal. (PDF)
Glennemeier, K., S. Packard, and G. Spyreas. 2020. Dramatic long-term restoration of an oak woodland due to multiple, sustained management treatments. PLoS One. (PDF)
Zinnen, J., G. Spyreas, D. Zaya, and J. W. Matthews. 2020. Niche ecology in Floristic Quality Assessment: Are species with Higher Conservatism more specialized? Ecological Indicators. (PDF)
Price, E., G. Spyreas, and J.W. Matthews. 2020. Biotic homogenization of wetland vegetation in the conterminous United States driven by Phalaris arundinacea and anthropogenic disturbance. Landscape Ecology. (PDF)
Spyreas, G. 2019. Floristic Quality Assessment: a critique, a defense, and a primer. Ecosphere. (PDF) (ESA).
Pearse, I., H. Sofaer, D. Zaya, and G. Spyreas. 2019. Non-native plants have greater impacts because of differing per-capita effects and non-linear abundance-impact curves. Ecology Letters. (PDF) (JSTOR).
Zaya*, D.N., Pearse*, I., and Spyreas*, G. 2017. Long-term trends in midwestern milkweed abundance and their relevance to monarch butterfly declines. BioScience. (PDF) (Oxford Press)
Spyreas, G. 2016. Scale and Sampling effects on Floristic Quality. PLoS One. (download)
Baty, J.H., Zaya, D.N., Spyreas, G., Molano-Flores, B., Benson, T.J. 2015. Conservation of the Illinois flora: A climate change vulnerability assessment of 73 plant species. Illinois Natural History Survey, Technical Report (32) (PDF)
Spyreas, G., Meiners, S., Matthews, J.W., and Molano-Flores, B. 2012. Successional trends in Floristic Quality. Journal of Applied Ecology (PDF) (Wiley)McClain, W. E., T. L. Esker, B. R. Edgin, G. Spyreas, and J. E. Ebinger. 2010. Fire History of a post oak (Quercus stellata Wang.) woodland in Hamilton County, Illinois U.S.A. Castanea (PDF) (BioOne)Spyreas, G. and J.W. Matthews. 2006. Floristic conservation value, nested understory floras, and the development of second-growth forest. Ecological Applications (PDF) (JSTOR)Spyreas, G., J. Ellis, C. Carroll, B. Molano-Flores. 2004. Non-native plant commonness and dominance in the forests, wetlands, and grasslands of Illinois, USA. Natural Areas Journal (PDF) (NAA Journal)
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