Caplan, J.S., and Yeakley, J.A. In press. Water relations advantages for invasive Rubus armeniacus over two native ruderal congeners. Plant Ecology.
Jenkins, N.J., Yeakley, J.A. and Stewart, E.M. 2008. First-year responses to mananged flooding of lower Columbia River bottomland vegetation dominated by Phalaris arundinacea. Wetlands. 4: 1018-1027. (PDF)
Beckage, B., Kloeppel, B. D., Yeakley, J. A., Taylor, S. F., Coleman, D. C. 2008. Differential effects of understory and overstory gaps on tree regeneration. The Journal of the Torrey Botanical Society 135: 1-11. (PDF)
Yeakley, J.A. 2008. An expanding ribbon of native green? [Book review] Ecology 89: 594-595. (PDF)
Other Representative Publications
Ozawa, C.P. and Yeakley, J.A. 2007. Performance of Management Strategies in the Protection of Riparian Vegetation in Three Oregon Cities. Journal of Environmental Planning and Management 50: 803-822. (PDF)
Sonoda, K., and Yeakley, J.A. 2007. Relative Effects of Landuse and Near-stream Chemistry on Phosphorus in an Urban Stream. Journal of Environmental Quality 36: 144-154. (PDF)
Caplan, J.S. and Yeakley, J.A. 2006. Himalayan blackberry (Rubus armeniacus) occurrence and growth in relation to light and soil conditions in western Oregon. Northwest Science 80: 9-17. (PDF)
Yeakley, J.A., Ozawa, C.P., and Hook, A.M. 2006. Changes in Vegetated Riparian Buffers in Response to Development in Three Oregon Cities, pp 296-302 In: Aguirre-Bravo, C., Pellicane, Patrick J., Burns, Denver P., and Draggan, Sidney, Eds. 2006. Monitoring Science and Technology Symposium: Unifying Knowledge for Sustainability in the Western Hemisphere. 2004 September 20-24; Denver, CO. Proceedings RMRS-P-42CD. Fort Collins, CO: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station. 990 p. (PDF)
Hook, A.M. and Yeakley, J.A. 2005. Stormflow dynamics of dissolved organic carbon and total dissolved nitrogen in a small urban watershed. Biogeochemistry 75: 409-431. (PDF)
Yeakley, J. A., Coleman, D. C., Haines, B. L., Kloeppel, B. D., Meyer, J. L., Swank, W. T., Argo, B. W., Deal, J. M. and Taylor, S. F. 2003. Hillslope nutrient dynamics following upland riparian vegetation disturbance. Ecosystems 6: 154-167. (PDF)
Sonoda, K., Yeakley, J. A., and Walker, C. E. 2001. Near-stream landuse effects on streamwater nutrient distribution in an urbanizing watershed. Journal of the American Water Resources Association 37: 1517-1532.
Yeakley, J. A. and Weishampel, J. F. 2000. Multiple source pools and dispersal barriers for Galápagos plant species distribution. Ecology 81:893-898.
Yeakley, J. A., G. M. Hornberger, W. T. Swank, P. V. Bolstad and J. M. Vose. 2000. Soil Moisture Modeling in Humid Mountainous Landscapes In: J.C. Wilson and J.C. Gallant, eds. Terrain Analysis: Principles and Applications, John Wiley & Sons, pp 205-224.
Yeakley, J. A., Swank, W. T, Swift, L. W., Hornberger, G. M., and Shugart, H. H. 1998. Soil moisture gradients and controls on a southern Appalachian hillslope from drought through recharge. Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 2(1): 41-49.
Yeakley, J. A., Breshears, D. D., Moen, R. A., and Nungesser, M. K. 1994. Response of North American ecosystem models to multi-annual periodicities in temperature and precipitation. Landscape Ecology 9:249-260.
Yeakley, J. A. and Cale, W. G. 1991. Organizational levels analysis: a key to understanding processes in natural systems. Journal of Theoretical Biology 149:203-216.
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