Ecology (ENV 303), Plant Ecology (ENV 405/505), Plant Diversity (ENV 400/500), Biostatistics/Experimental Design (ENV 437/614), Conservation Biology (ENV 439/539)
Plant community change, Global change ecology, Species invasions, Functional traits, Ecosystem function, Terrestrial biogeochemistry, Paleoecology
Funk, J.L. and K.L. Amatangelo (2013). Physiological mechanisms drive differing foliar calcium content in ferns and angiosperms. Oecologia. DOI 10.1007/s00442-013-2591-1.
Waller, D.M, K.L. Amatangelo, S. Johnson, and D.A. Rogers (2012). Plant community survey and resurvey data from the Wisconsin Plant Ecology Laboratory. Biodiversity and Ecology 4: 255-264.
Klionsky, S.M., K.L. Amatangelo, and D.M. Waller (2011). Above- and belowground impacts of European buckthorn (Rhamnus cathartica) on four native forbs. Restoration Ecology 19(6): 728-737.
Amatangelo, K.L., Fulton, M.R., Rogers, D.A., and D.M. Waller (2011). Converging forest community composition along an edaphic gradient threatens landscape-level diversity. Diversity and Distributions 17(2): 201-213.
Stewart, C.E., J.C. Neff, K.L. Amatangelo, and P.M. Vitousek (2011). Vegetation effects on soil organic matter chemistry of aggregate fractions in a Hawaiian forest. Ecosystems 14(3) 382-397.
Amatangelo, K.L., and P.M. Vitousek (2009). Contrasting predictors of fern versus angiosperm decomposition in a common garden. Biotropica 41:154-161
Cornwell, W.K., J.H.C. Cornelissen, K. Amatangelo, and 25 others (2008). Plant species traits are the predominant control on litter decomposition rates within biomes worldwide. Ecology Letters 11:1065-1071.
Amatangelo, K.L., and P.M. Vitousek (2008). Stoichiometry of ferns in Hawaii: Implications for nutrient cycling. Oecologia 157:619-627.
Amatangelo, K.L., J.S. Dukes, and C.B. Field (2008). Responses of a California annual grassland to litter manipulation. Journal of Vegetation Science 19:605-612.
Eshenroder, R. and K.L. Amatangelo (2002). Reassessment of the lake trout population collapse in Lake Michigan during the 1940s. Tech. Rep. 65, Great Lakes Fishery Commission.
Dr. Chris Norment's four book of creative nonfiction has been published by the University of North Carolina Press. Entitled "Relicts of a Beautiful Sea: Survival, Extinction, and Conservation in a Desert World," the book interweaves memoir with an exploration of issues related to the evolution and conservation of rare and endangered species in the Death Valley region.
December 15th, 2014
10:00 am, Lennon 218
A Quantitative Survey of the Freshwater Mussel (Unionidae) Fauna in Honeoye Creek, New York
Thesis Defense Seminar
Department of Environmental Science & Biology
The College at Brockport
Monday-Friday, 8am - 4pm
Secretary: Deb Dilker