All Publications & Reports by Staff and Research Associates

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In Press

Duquesnel, J.A., J. Maschinski, R. McElderry, G.D. Gann, K. Bradley and E. Cowan. In press. Sequential augmentation reveals life history and suitable conditions for colonization of the rare mahogany mistletoe in South Florida. Restoration Ecology.

2016

Carnevali, G., J.C. Trejo-Torres, V. Juárez-Jaimes, R. Duno, J.L. Tapia-Muñoz, I.M. Ramírez-Morillo & W. Cetzal-Ix, 2016. Marsdenia calichicola (Apocynaceae), a narrow endemic, endangered new species from the Mexican Yucatan Peninsula. Phytotaxa 270 (2): 146–154; doi: 10.11646/phytotaxa.270.2.7. Abstract.

Gann, G.D., and Collaborators. 2001-2016. The Floristic Inventory of South Florida Database Online. The Institute for Regional Conservation, Delray Beach, Florida. Published from 2001-2014 under the authorship of Gann, G.D., K.A. Bradley and S.W. Woodmansee.

Gann, G.D., J.C. Trejo-Torres and C.G. Stocking 2015-2016. Plantas de la Isla de Puerto Rico / Plants of the Island of Puerto Rico.. The Institute for Regional Conservation, Delray Beach, Florida.

Gann, G.D., K.A. Bradley, S.W. Woodmansee, and J.A. Duquesnel. 2007-2016. Floristic Inventory of the Florida Keys Database Online.. The Institute for Regional Conservation, Delray Beach, Florida.

Gann, G.D., M.E. Abdo, J.W. Gann, G.D. Gann, Sr., S.W. Woodmansee, K.A. Bradley, E. Verdon and K.N. Hines. 2005-2016. Natives For Your Neighborhood. The Institute for Regional Conservation, Delray Beach, Florida.

McDonald, T., G.D. Gann, J. Jonson and K.W. Dixon. 2016. International standards for the practice of ecological restoration - including principles and key concepts. Society for Ecological Restoration, Washington, D.C.

Trejo-Torres, J.C., and G.D. Gann. 2014-2016. Plantas del Mayab: Plantas para Todos. v. 2.0. The Institute for Regional Conservation – Programa para la Península de Yucatán. Mérida, Yucatán, México.

Trejo-Torres, J.C., & G.D. Gann. 2016. Disfrutando de las plantas nativas de la costa yucateca / Enjoying the native plants of Yucatan coast. Landuum: Paisaje, Cultura y Diseño 1: 76-81.

2015

Barry, M. J. and C. van der Heiden.. 2015. Habitat Mapping and Trend Analyses: Rookery Bay Watershed Discharge Locations. Final Report submitted to Florida Department of Environmental Protection Rookery Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve. The Institute for Regional Conservation, Delray Beach, Florida.

Beijing Declaration: Governing Ecosystems for Human Wellbeing. 2015. Ist World Forum on Ecosystem Governance. Beijing, China. George D. Gann, Key Contributor.

Gann, G.D.. 2015. Vascular plant species of management concern in Everglades National Park. Final Report submitted to Everglades National Park. The Institute for Regional Conservation, Delray Beach, Florida.

Gann, G.D., J.C. Trejo-Torres and C.G. Stocking 2015. Plantas de la Isla de Puerto Rico / Plants of the Island of Puerto Rico. The Institute for Regional Conservation, Delray Beach, Florida.

Goettsch, B., et al. 2015. High proportion of cactus species threatened with extinction. Nature Plants 1, article number: 15142; doi: 10.1038/nplants.2015.142. G. D. Gann, coauthor.

Koi, S. and Daniels, J. 2015. New and revised life history of the Florida hairstreak Eumaeus atala (Lepidoptera: Lycaenidae) with notes on its current conservation status. Florida Entomologist, 98(4):1134-1147.

Trejo-Torres, J.C.. 2015. Las plantas del camino de Sisal [más textos acompañantes de las ilustraciones de plantas]. En: Boutros, F. Sisal (Ziz Ha) y sus Especies: Flora y Fauna del Ejido de Sisal. Fondo Municipal para las Artes Visuales - Municipio de Mérida, Yucatán, México. 56 pp.

2014

Saha, S., K. Bradley, and C. van der Heiden. 2014. Changes in Taylor Slough Vegetation from 1979 to 2010. Submitted to Everglades National Park. Final Report.

Saha, S., Sadle, J., van der Heiden, C. and Sternberg, L. (2014), Salinity, groundwater, and water uptake depth of plants in coastal uplands of Everglades National Park (Florida, USA). Ecohydrol.. doi: 10.1002/eco.1494. Abstract.

Trejo-Torres, J.C., G.D. Gann, J.Rodríguez & L.R. Nieratka. 2014. Plantas del Mayab: Plantas para Todos. v. 1.0. The Institute for Regional Conservation – Programa para la Península de Yucatán. Mérida, Yucatán, México. [Portal botánico www.plantasdelmayab.com, disponible desde 01/enero/2014].

Trejo-Torres, J.C. , M.A. Caraballo-Ortiz, M.A. Vives-Heyliger, C.W. Torres-Santana, W. Cetzal-Ix, J.A. Mercado-Diaz, & T. A. Carlo. 2014. Rediscovery of Eugenia fajardensis (Myrtaceae), a rare tree from the Puerto Rican Bank. Phytotaxa 191 (1): 154-164. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.11646/phytotaxa.191.1.10.

2013

Barry, M. 2013. Picayune Strand Restoration Project - Addendum to the Annual Effectiveness Assessment Survey. Prepared for the South Florida Water Management District. Addendum.

Barry, M.; A. Hartley; and B. McCarthey. 2013. Vegetation Mapping at Rookery BayNational Estuarine Research Reserve. Submitted to Friends of Rookery Bay, Inc. Report.

Hess, S.C., C. van der Heiden, and M. Barry. 2013. Picayune Strand restoration project restored footprint exotics mapping and control coordination. Annual Summary Effectiveness Assessment Report. Prepared for the South Florida Water Management District. Annual Report.

Martin, S. 2013. IRC Pine Rockland Initiative and the USFWS Partners For Fish and Wildlife Program Accomplishments 2012-2013 Report.

Miller, C. and C. van der Heiden. 2013. Habitat Management Control of Invasive Species at NAS Key West. Final Report submitted to the United States Navy, NAVSAC Southeast. Report.

van der Heiden, C. and J. Johnson. 2013. Assessment of the Federally Endangered Small's Milkpea (Galactia smallii) and Candidate Sand Flax (Linum arenicola) at the Homestead Air Reserve Base, Homestead, Florida. Submitted to the URS Corporation. Final Report.

van der Heiden, C. and J. Johnson. 2013. Plant Survey for the Endangered Small.s Milkpea (Galactia smallii) and Candidate Sand Flax (Linum arenicola) Dade County Florida, Adjacent to SOCSOUTH Headquarters Homestead, Florida. Submitted to CH2M Hill, Atlanta Georgia. Final Report.

2012

Bradley, K.A. and S.V. Martin. 2012. The Pine Rockland Initiative Program – ARRA Cooperative Agreement #ARRA-R4FD-RJ012. Final Report submitted to U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Coastal Program, Vero Beach, Florida by The Institute for Regional Conservation.

Goodman, J., D. Walters, K. Bradley, J. Maschinski, and A. Salazar. 2012. Seeds of endangered Harrisia fragrans form persistent soil seed banks and withstand orthodox storage conditions. Haseltonia. Abstract.

Mortellaro, S., M. Barry, G. Gann, J. Zahina, S. Channon, C. Hilsenbeck, D. Scofield, G. Wilder, and G. Wilhelm. 2012. Coefficients of Conservatism Values and the Floristic Quality Index for the Vascular Plants of South Florida. Southeastern Naturalist. 11(3):1-62

Troxler, T.G., M. Ikenaga, L. Scinto, J. Boyer, R. Condit, R. Perez, G. Gann, and D. Childers. 2012. Patterns of soil bacteria and canopy community structure related to tropical peatland development. Wetlands 32: 769-782.

Wilder, G.J., and M.J. Barry. 2012. A Floristic Inventory of Dismal Key and Fakahatchee Island: Two shell mounds situated within the Ten Thousand Islands region in the Gulf of Mexico (Collier County, Florida). Journal of the Botanical Research Institute of Texas 6(1): 259-272.

2011

Florida Exotic Pest Plant Council. 2011. Florida Exotic Pest Plant Council’s 2011 List of Invasive Plant Species. K.A. Bradley, Chair, FLEPPC Plant List Committee.

Hardwick, K.A., P. Fiedler, L.C. Lee, B. Pavlik, R.J. Hobbs, J. Aronson, M. Bidartondo, E. Black, D. Coates, M.I. Daws, K. Dixon, S. Elliott, K. Ewing, G. Gann, D. Gibbons, J. Gratzfeld, M. Hamilton, D. Hardman, J. Harris, P.M. Holmes, M. Jones, D. Mabberley, A. Mackenzie, C. Magdalena, R. Marrs, W. Milliken, A. Mills, E. nic Lughadha, M. Ramsay, P. Smith, N. Taylor, C. Trivedi, M. Way, O. Whaley and S.D. Hopper. 2011. The Role of Botanic Gardens in the Science and Practice of Ecological Restoration. Conservation Biology 25:265-275.

Hess, S.C., K. Bradley, M. Barry, M. S. Bonness. 2011. Year 4 Post-Restoration Vegetation Monitoring of Prairie Canal & Control Transects - Picayune Strand Restoration PSRP Vegetation Monitoring 2011. Prepared for the South Florida Water Management District. Report.

Krauss, K.W., A.S. From, T.W. Doyle, T.J. Doyle, M.J. Barry. 2011. Sea-level rise and landscape change influence mangrove encroachment onto marsh in the Ten Thousand Islands region of Florida, USA. Journal of Coastal Conservation: November, 2011.

Saha, A.K., S. Saha, J. Sadle, J. Jiang, M.S. Ross, R.M. Price, L.S.L.O. Sternberg, and K.S. Wendelberger. 2011. Sea level rise and South Florida coastal forests. Climatic Change: May, 2011.

Saha, S., K. Bradley, M.S. Ross, P. Hughes,, T. Wilmers, P. Ruiz, and C. Bergh. 2011. Hurricane effects on subtropical pine rocklands of the Florida Keys. Climatic Change: May, 2011.

Woodmanse, S.W. and J. L Sadle. 2011. Discovery of Rhynchosia precatoria (fabaceae) in Everglades National Park, Florida, USA. Journal of the Botanical Research Institute of Texas. 5(2):837-838.

2010

Gann, G.D. and S. R. Hodges.  2010.  A Living Collections Policy for the Key West Tropical Forest and Botanical Garden.  Key West Botanical Garden, Key West, FL.

Saha, S., A. Catenazzi, and E.S. Menges. 2010. Does time since fire explain plant biomass allocation in the Florida, USA, scrub ecosystem?. Fire Ecology: Volume 6, No. 2.

2009

Bradley, K.A., and S. Saha. 2009. Post-hurricane responses of rare plant species and vegetation of pine rocklands in the lower Florida Keys. Final report submitted to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service by The Institute for Regional Conservation.

Gann, G.D. 2009. A brave new world (guest editorial as Chair of the Society for Ecological Restoration International). Ecological Restoration: Vol. 27, No. 2.

Gann, G.D. 2009. The language(s) of ecological restoration (guest editorial as Chair of the Society for Ecological Restoration International). Ecological Restoration: Vol. 27, No. 1.

Gann, G.D., K.N. Hines, S. Saha, and K.A. Bradley. 2009. Rare plant monitoring and restoration on Long Pine Key, Everglades National Park: Final Report, Year 5. Final report sumitted to Everglades National Park, Homestead, Florida by The Institute for Regional Conservation.

Hines, K. N., and K. A. Bradley. 2009. Assessment of the status and distribution of the endemic rim rock crowned snake (Tantilla oolitica) in Miami-Dade and Monroe counties, Florida. Final Report Grant Agreement No. 401817G006. The Institute for Regional Conservation, Miami, Florida, USA. 22pp.

Mortellaro, S., M. Barry, G. Gann, J. Zahina, S. Channon, C. Hilsenbeck, D. Scofield, G. Wilder, and G. Wilhelm. 2009. Coefficients of conservatism values and the Floristic Quality Index for the vascular plants of South Florida. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, South Florida Ecosystem Office, Vero Beach, Florida.

Sadle, J., and S. Saha. 2009. Vegetation monitoring in Taylor Slough. CESI Funded Science Monitoring, National Park Service, South Florida Natural Resource Center, Everglades National Park.

Saha, S., N.M. Holbrook, L. Montti, G. Goldstein, and G.K. Cardinot. 2009. Water relations of Chusquea ramosissima and Merostachys claussenii in Iguazu National Park, Argentina. Plant Physiology: Vol. 149, pp. 1992–1999.

Society for Ecological Restoration International Science and Policy Working Group. 2009. Policy Position Statement: Ecological restoration and rare species management in response to climate change. G.D. Gann, contributor.

Troxler, T.G. and D.L. Childers. 2009. Litter decomposition promotes differential feedbacks in an oligotrophic southern Everglades wetland. Plant Ecology: Vol. 200, No. 1: 69-82.

2008

Gann, G.D. 2008. Acting outside the box (guest editorial as Chair of the Society for Ecological Restoration International). Ecological Restoration: Vol. 26, No. 2.

Gann, G.D. 2008. Adaptations in transition (guest editorial as Chair of the Society for Ecological Restoration International). Ecological Restoration: Vol. 26, No. 4.

Gann, G.D. 2008. Heads in the sand (guest editorial as Chair of the Society for Ecological Restoration International). Ecological Restoration: Vol. 26, No. 3.

Gann, G.D. 2008. Survival and practice (guest editorial as Chair of the Society for Ecological Restoration International). Ecological Restoration: Vol. 26, No. 1.

Green, S.E., K.A. Bradley, and G.D. Gann. 2008. Restoration of privately owned pine rockland habitat in Miami-Dade County. Final report submitted to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service by The Institute for Regional Conservation.

Green, S.E., K.A. Bradley, and S.W. Woodmansee. 2008. Status survey of the Federally Threatened Chamaesyce garberi in South Florida. Final report submitted to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service by The Institute for Regional Conservation.

Saha, S., T.M. Strazisar, E.S. Menges, P. Ellsworth, and L. Sternberg. 2008. Linking the patterns in soil moisture to leaf water potential, stomatal conductance, growth, and mortality of dominant shrubs in the Florida scrub ecosystem. Plant Soil. 313(1-2): 113-127.

Society for Ecological Restoration International Science and Policy Working Group. 2008. Briefing Note: Opportunities for integrating ecological restoration and biological conservation within the ecosystem approach. G.D. Gann, contributor.

Society for Ecological Restoration International Science and Policy Working Group. 2008. Policy Position Statement: Ecological restoration as a tool for reversing ecosystem fragmentation. G.D. Gann, contributor.

2007

Armesto J.J., S. Bautista, E. Del Val, B. Ferguson, X. García, A. Gaxiola, H. Godinez-Álvarez, G. Gann, F. López-Barrera, R. Manson, M. Núñez-Ávila, C. Ortiz-Arrona, P. Tognetti, and G. Williams-Linera. 2007. Towards an ecological restoration network: reversing land degradation in Latin America. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment: Vol. 5, No. 4 pp. w1–w4.

Bradley, K.A. 2007. Floristic inventory of Stirrup Key Hammock and Vaca Cut Hammock, Vaca Key, Florida Keys Wildlife and Environmental Area. Report submitted to the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission by The Institute for Regional Conservation.

Bradley, K.A. 2007. Floristic inventory of Tavernier Creek Hammock, Florida Keys Wildlife and Environmental Area. Report submitted to the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission by The Institute for Regional Conservation.

Bradley, K.A. and K.N. Hines. 2007. Population demography of the fragrant prickly-apple cactus (Harrisia fragrans). Final Report submitted to the Florida Division of Forestry, Tallahassee, Florida by The Institute for Regional Conservation.

Bradley, K.A. and S.W. Woodmansee. 2007. Quality control of South Florida National Parks Vegetation Map – Cooperative Agreement #H5120040010. Report submitted to the National Park Service Inventory and Monitoring Program, Miami, Florida by The Institute for Regional Conservation.

Gann, G.D. 2007. Ecological restoration is imperative. Invited editorial web log posted on the Ecological Society of America's website (www.esa.org) on March 6th, 2007 in response to an editorial by Cliff Duke, ESA's Director of Science Programs, titled "Ecological restoration is impossible."

Gann, G.D. 2007. Giant strides (guest editorial as Chair of the Society for Ecological Restoration International). Ecological Restoration: Vol. 25, No. 4.

Gann, G.D., and J.A. Duquesnel. 2007. Vascular Plants of State Parks in the Florida Keys. The Institute for Regional Conservation, Miami. Web-based resource launched October 30, 2007.

Gann, G.D., K.A. Bradley, S.W. Woodmansee, and J.A. Duquesnel. 2007. Floristic Inventory of the Florida Keys Database Online.. The Institute for Regional Conservation, Miami. Web-based resource launched October 12, 2007.

Gann, G.D., S.E. Green, K.A. Bradley, and A.M. Jenkins. 2007. Mapping of invasive exotic plants and rare native plants on Florida Department of Transportation Right-of-Way in Miami-Dade and Monroe Counties, Florida (District 6). Final Report submitted to the University of Florida and the Florida Department of Transportation District 6 Office, Florida by the Institute for Regional Conservation.

Gann, G.D., K.N. Hines, and J.M. Hoffman. 2007. Rare plant monitoring and restoration on Long Pine Key, Everglades National Park. Year End Report, YEAR 4 submitted to Everglades National Park, Homestead, Florida by the Institute for Regional Conservation.

Higgins, W.E. and G.D. Gann. 2007. The conservation dilemma. Lankesteriana 7(1-2): 141-146.

LeFevour, M.K., L. Jackson, S. Alexander, G.D. Gann, C. Murcia, D. Lamb, and D.A. Falk. 2007. Global Restoration Network (www.globalrestorationnetwork.org). Society for Ecological Restoration International, Tucson, Arizona. Web-based resource launched March 15, 2007.

Possley, J., K. Hines, J. Maschinski, J.Griffin Dozier, and C. Rodriguez. 2007. A common passion: Multiple agencies and volunteers unite to reintroduce goatsfoot passionflower to rockland hammocks of Miami, Florida. NativePlants (Fall 2007): 253-258.

Society for Ecological Restoration International. 2007. Policy Position Statement - Ecological restoration: a global strategy for mitigating climate change. G.D. Gann, contributor.

Troxler, T.G. 2007. Patterns of phosphorus, nitrogen and 15N along a plant development gradient in a coastal mire, Panama. Journal of Tropical Ecology 23: 683-691.

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. 2007. Garber’s spurge, Chamaesyce garberi, 5-year review: Summary and evaluation. Vero Beach, Florida. K.A. Bradley, contributor.

URS Corporation and The Institute for Regional Conservation. 2007. Railhead Scrub Preserve, land management plan. Submitted to Conservation Collier Program, Naples, Florida by URS Corporation. K.A. Bradley, G.D. Gann, M.J. Barry, contributors.

URS Corporation, The Institute for Regional Conservation, and Muller and Associates, Inc. 2007. Miami Dade County Environmentally Endangered Lands Program Management Plan, part II: Management of specific habitat types, chapter 1: The pine rockland habitat. Submitted to Environmentally Endangered Lands Program, Miami, Florida by URS Corporation. K.A. Bradley, G.D. Gann, M.J. Barry, contributors.

URS Corporation, The Institute for Regional Conservation, and Muller and Associates, Inc. 2007. Miami Dade County Environmentally Endangered Lands Program Management Plan, part III: Management of specific preserves, chapter 1: Nixon Smiley Pineland Preserve. Submitted to Environmentally Endangered Lands Program, Miami, Florida by URS Corporation. K.A. Bradley, K.N. Hines, G.D. Gann, M.J. Barry, contributors.

Woodmansee, S.W. 2007. Rare plants of St. Lucie County field guide. The Institute for Regional Conservation, Miami, Florida.

Woodmansee, S.W. 2007. Picayune strand restoration project, an enormous little discovery. Tillandsia, March 2007.

Woodmansee, S.W., M.J. Barry, K.A. Bradley, S.E. Green, and J.M. Mahoney. 2007. Post-hurricane field assessments of six federally endangered and candidate species. Report submitted to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, South Florida Ecosystem Office, Vero Beach, Florida by The Institute for Regional Conservation.

2006

Barry, M.J. and S.W. Woodmansee. 2006. Vegatation sampling at Picayune Strand State Forest: Task 2c, PSRA vegetation monitoring 2005-2006. December 18, 2006. Final report submitted to the South Florida Water Management District, Fort Myers, Florida by The Institute for Regional Conservation.

Bradley, K.A. 2006. Distribution and population size for three pine rockland endemic candidate plant taxa on Big Pine Key, Florida. Report submitted to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, South Florida Ecosystem Office, Vero Beach, Florida by The Institute for Regional Conservation.

Bradley, K.A.. 2006. Thelypteris sancta (L.) Ching, new for Florida and the continental United States. American Fern Journal 96(4):112-114.

Bradley, K.A., and S.W. Woodmansee. 2006. South Florida National Parks vegetation map accuracy assessment. Report submitted to the National Park Service Inventory and Monitoring Program, Miami, Florida by The Institute for Regional Conservation.

Gann, G.D.  2006.  Developing a living collections policy for the Key West Tropical Forest and Botanical Garden.  The Institute for Regional Conservation.  Miami, Florida. Report submitted to the Key West Tropical Forest and Botanical Garden Society by The Institute for Regional Conservation.  

Gann, G.D. 2006. Guidelines for planting a rockland hammock in South Florida. The Institute for Regional Conservation: Miami (printed) and at www.regionalconservation.org (pdf).

Gann, G.D., and K.A. Bradley. 2006. Floristic assessment of the northern karst belt of Puerto Rico, phase three. Final report submitted to the International Institute of Tropical Forestry by The Institute for Regional Conservation.

Gann, G.D., K.N. Hines, E.V. Grahl, and S.W. Woodmansee. 2006. Rare plant monitoring and restoration on Long Pine Key, Everglades National Park. Year End Report, YEAR 3, submitted to the National Park Service by The Institute for Regional Conservation.

Gerber, G.P., K.N. Hines, J.B. Iverson and C.R. Knapp. 2006. West Indian Iguanas: An Update. Iguana 13(4): 278-282.

Hines, K.N., and J.B. Iverson. 2006. Taxon reports: Allen Cays iguana (Cyclura cychlura inornata). Iguana Specialist Groups Newsletter 9(1): 10-11.

Hodges, S., and B. C. Bennett. 2006. The Ethnobotany of  Pluchea carolinensis (Jacq.) G. Don (Asteraceae) in the Botánicas of Miami, Florida. Economic Botany 60(1): 75-84.

Hodges, S.R., and K.A. Bradley. 2006. Distribution and population size of five candidate plant taxa in the Florida Keys. Report submitted to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, South Florida Ecosystem Office, Vero Beach, Florida by The Institute for Regional Conservation.

Knapp, C., and K. Hines. 2006. Taxon reports: Exuma Island iguana (Cyclura cychlura figginsi). Iguana Specialist Groups Newsletter 9(1): 12-13.

Rutchey, K., T.N. Schall, R.F. Doren, A. Atkinson, M.S. Ross, D.T. Jones, M. Madden, L. Vilchek, K.A. Bradley, J.R. Snyder, J.N. Burch, T. Pernas, B. Witcher, M. Pyne, R. White, T.J. Smith III, J. Sadle, C.S. Smith, M.E. Patterson, and G.D. Gann. 2006. Vegetation Classification for South Florida Natural Areas. United States Geological Survey, Open-File Report 2006-1240. 142 pages. St. Petersburg, Florida.

Troxler Gann, T., and D.L. Childers. 2006. Relationships between hydrology and soils describe vegetation patterns in seasonally flooded tree islands of the southern Everglades, Florida. Plant and Soil 279: 271-286.

Woodmansee, S.W. 2006. A floristic evaluation of the natural plant communities and grounds occurring at the Key West Botanical Garden, Stock Island, Monroe County, Florida. Report submitted to the Key West Botanical Garden Association by The Institute for Regional Conservation.

Woodmansee, S.W. and M.J. Barry. 2006. Rare plants and their locations at Picayune Strand Restoration Area: Task 4a, PSRA vegetation monitoring 2005-2006. December 20, 2006. Final report submitted to the South Florida Water Management District, Fort Myers, Florida by The Institute for Regional Conservation.

Woodmansee, S.W. and S.E. Green. 2006. A Floristic survey and rare plant assessment of Caloosahatchee Creeks Preserve, Lee County, Florida. Final report submitted to Lee County Park and Recreation by The Institute for Regional Conservation. View an abridged version.

Woodmansee, S.W. and S.E. Green. 2006. A Floristic survey and rare plant assessment of Yellow Fever Creek Preserve, Lee County, Florida. Final report submitted to Lee County Park and Recreation by The Institute for Regional Conservation.

2005

Bradley, K.A., S.W. Woodmansee, J.L. Sadle, and G.D. Gann. 2005. A quantitative plant inventory of the Big Cypress National Preserve. Report submitted to the National Park Service Inventory and Monitoring Program, Miami, Florida by The Institute for Regional Conservation.

Gann, G.D., E.V. Grahl, S.W. Woodmansee, and K.A. Bradley. 2005. Rare plant monitoring and restoration on Long Pine Key, Everglades National Park. Year End Report, YEAR 2, submitted to the National Park Service by The Institute for Regional Conservation.

Gann, G.D., M.E. Abdo, J.W. Gann, G.D. Gann, Sr., S.W. Woodmansee, K.A. Bradley, E. Verdon and K.N. Hines. 2005. Natives For Your Neighborhood. The Institute for Regional Conservation, Miami. Web-based resource launched September 30, 2005.

Gann, G.D., M.E. Abdo, J.W. Gann, G.D. Gann, Sr., S.W. Woodmansee, K.A. Bradley, E. Verdon and K.N. Hines. 2005. Natives For Your Neighborhood, Broward County application. (c) The Institute for Regional Conservation, Miami. Web-based resource launched September 30, 2005.

Grahl, E.V., and K.A. Bradley. 2005. Opuntia corallicola (Cactaceae): Population monitoring on Swan Key, Biscayne National Park. Final report submitted to the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service by The Institute for Regional Conservation.

Sadle, J.L. 2005. Ponthieva brittoniae: Rediscovering a population of Mrs. Britton's shadow witch. Orchids, May 2005.

Sadle, J.L., S.W. Woodmansee, G.D. Gann, and T.V. Armentano. 2005. Rediscovery of Ponthieva brittoniae (Orchidaceae) in Everglades National Park. Sida 21(3).

Troxler Gann, T.G., D.L. Childers, and D.N. Rondeau. 2005. Ecosystem structure, nutrient dynamics, and hydrological relationships in tree islands of the southern Everglades, Florida, USA. Forest Ecology and Management 214: 11-27.

Verdon, E., and K.A. Bradley. 2005. Population demography of the fragrant prickly-apple cactus (Harrisia fragrans). Final report submitted to the Florida Division of Forestry by The Institute for Regional Conservation.

Verdon, E., and M.A. Donnelly. 2005. Population structure of Florida Box Turtles (Terrapene carolina bauri) at the southernmost limit of their range. Journal of Herpetology 39(4).

Woodmansee, S.W. 2005. Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission floristic inventory of Big Torch Hammocks parcels Epstein and MCLA, Florida Keys Wildlife and Environmental Area, Florida. Report submitted to the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission by The Institute for Regional Conservation.

Woodmansee, S.W. 2005. Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission floristic inventory of Middle Torch Hammocks parcels 3065/3109, Florida Keys Wildlife and Environmental Area, Florida. Report submitted to the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission by the Institute for Regional Conservation.

Woodmansee, S.W. 2005. A preliminary list of the vascular plants and wildlife at the Village of Palmetto Bay's Park on the Bay, Miami-Dade County, Florida. Report submitted to the Village of Palmetto Bay by The Institute for Regional Conservation.

Woodmansee, S.W., and J.L. Sadle. 2005. New occurrences of Schizaea pennula Sw. in Florida. American Fern Journal 95(2).

Woodmansee, S.W. and K.A. Bradley. 2005. A floristic survey and rare species assessment of Wild Turkey Strand Preserve, Lee County, Florida. Final report submitted to Lee County Parks and Recreation by The Institute for Regional Conservation.

Woodmansee, S.W., K.A. Bradley, and S.R. Hodges. 2005. Systematic reconnaissance flights and exotic plant species mapping at selected National Wildlife Refuges in Florida. Final report submitted to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service by the Institute for Regional Conservation.

2004

Bradley, K.A. 2004. The status of mahogany mistletoe (Phoradendron rubrum (L.) Grisebach) on Sands Key, Biscayne National Park. Report submitted to the National Park Service Inventory and Monitoring Program, Miami, Florida by The Institute for Regional Conservation.

Bradley, K.A., and G.D. Gann. 2004. Draft Natural Forest Community delineation methods. Report submitted to Miami-Dade County Department of Environmental Resources, Miami, Florida by The Institute for Regional Conservation.

Bradley, K.A., and G.D. Gann. 2004. Status survey and monitoring of Cape Sable Thoroughwort, Chromolaena frustrata (B.L. Rob.) R.M. King and H. Rob. Report submitted to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, South Florida Ecosystem Office, Vero Beach, Florida by The Institute for Regional Conservation.

Bradley, K.A., G.D. Gann and M.E. Abdo. 2004. Population status, demography, and habitat requirements of the Endangered Harrisia fragrans (Cactaceae) at Savannas Preserve State Park. Interim Report submitted to the Florida Division of Forestry, Tallahassee, Florida by The Institute for Regional Conservation.

Bradley, K.A., G.D. Gann, and M.E. Abdo. 2004. Status survey of west coast dune sunflower, Helianthus debilis Nutt. subsp. vestitus (E. Watson) Heiser, in Florida. Report submitted to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, South Florida Ecosystem Office, Vero Beach, Florida by The Institute for Regional Conservation.

Bradley, K.A., S.W. Woodmansee, and G.D. Gann. 2004. Inventory of vascular plants of Biscayne National Park. Report submitted to the National Park Service Inventory and Monitoring Program, Miami, Florida by The Institute for Regional Conservation.

Bradley, K.A., S.W. Woodmansee, and G.D. Gann. 2004. Status survey of aboriginal pricklyapples, Harrisia aboriginum Small ex Britton & Rose, in southwestern Florida. Report submitted to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, South Florida Ecosystem Office, Vero Beach, Florida by The Institute for Regional Conservation.

Gann, G.D., and K.A. Bradley. 2004. Final report: Floristic assessment of the karst belt of Puerto Rico, phase two. Report submitted to the International Institute of Tropical Forestry, United States Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Río Piedras, Puerto Rico by The Institute for Regional Conservation.

Gann, G.D., and K.A. Bradley. 2004. Floristic Assessment of Puerto Rico Database, Version 2.0. CD-ROM prepared for the USDA International Institute of Tropical Forestry by The Institute for Regional Conservation.

Gann, G.D., J.L. Sadle, S.W. Woodmansee, and K.A. Bradley. 2004. Rare plant monitoring and restoration on Long Pine Key, Everglades National Park. Annual report for cooperative agreement #H5284-03-0044, submitted to Everglades National Park by The Institute for Regional Conservation.

Miami-Dade County Natural Areas Management Working Group. 2004. Miami-Dade County Natural Areas Management Plan. Miami-Dade County Department of Environmental Resources Management (DERM), Technical Report Number 2004-1. G.D. Gann, contributor.

Society for Ecological Restoration International and IUCN Commission on Ecosystem Management. 2004. Ecological restoration, a means of conserving biodiversity and sustaining livelihoods. Society for Ecological Restoration International, Tucson, Arizona, USA and IUCN, Gland, Switzerland. G.D. Gann, principal author.

Woodmansee, S. 2004. Blueeyed-grass. Tillandsia, January, 2004.

Woodmansee, S.W., and J.L. Sadle.  2004.  A floristic survey and rare species assessment of Prairie Pines Preserve, Lee County, Florida. Final report submitted to Lee County by The Institute for Regional Conservation.

2003

Bradley, K.A., and A.L. Koop. 2003. Opuntia corallicola (Cactaceae): Population monitoring on Swan Key, Biscayne National Park and status survey in Biscayne National Park and on Palo Alto Key, John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park. Report submitted to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Vero Beach, Florida by The Institute for Regional Conservation.

Gann, G.D. 2003. Wetland mitigation and mitigation banking: A perspective from the Society for Ecological Restoration International. Proceedings, International Symposium on the Restoration of the DMZ. Korean Society of Environmental Restoration and Revegetation Technology. Seoul, Republic of Korea.

Maschinski, J., and K. Bradley. 2003. Linum carteri Small var. carteri. In, J., Maschinski, S.J. Wright, K. Wendelberger, H. Thornton, and A. Muir,Conservation of South Florida endangered and threatened flora. Final report submitted to the Endangered Plant Advisory Council, Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services, Gainesville, Florida by Fairchild Tropical Garden, Miami, Florida.

Woodmansee, S.W. 2003. Floristic survey and rare species assessment of seven conservation areas managed by Martin County, Florida.(Part I and Part II) Report submitted to Martin County Environmentally Endangered Lands Division, Stuart, Florida by The Institute for Regional Conservation.

Woodmansee, S.W., J.L. Sadle, and G.D. Gann. 2003. Establishment of long-term monitoring of vegetation affected by brine deposition west of Buttonwood Canal. 2003 report, cooperative agreement #H5292-03-6081, submitted to Everglades National Park by The Institute for Regional Conservation.

Woodmansee, S.W., J.L. Sadle, and K.A. Bradley. 2003. Prairie Pines Preserve plot vegetation analysis. Final report submitted to Lee County Parks and Recreation, Fort Myers, Florida by The Institute for Regional Conservation.

2002

Bradley, K.A., and S.W. Woodmansee. 2002. A significant new population of the rare semaphore pricklypear cactus, Opuntia corallicola (Cactaceae). Sida 20(2): 809-811.

Bradley, K.A., J.A. Duquesnel, S.W. Woodmansee, A.L. Koop, and G.D. Gann. 2002. The population status and demography of the endangered Harrisia fragrans (Cactaceae) at the Savannas Preserve State Park. Report submitted to the Florida Division of Forestry, Tallahassee, Florida by The Institute for Regional Conservation.

Gann, G.D., and K.A. Bradley. 2002. Floristic Assessment of Puerto Rico Database, Version 1.0. CD-ROM prepared for the USDA International Institute of Tropical Forestry by The Institute for Regional Conservation.

Gann, G.D., K.A. Bradley, and S.W. Woodmansee. 2002. Rare Plants of South Florida: Their History, Conservation, and Restoration. Institute for Regional Conservation. Miami, Florida.

2001

Bradley, K.A., and S.W. Woodmansee. 2001. Floristic survey and rare species assessment of five properties in the Florida Keys Wildlife and Environmental Area. Report submitted to the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission by The Institute for Regional Conservation.

Bradley, K.A., S.W. Woodmansee, and G.D. Gann. 2001. Fragrant prickly-apple (Harrisia fragrans) annual monitoring and mapping, interim report. Report submitted to Florida Department of Environmental Resources, Tallahassee, Florida by The Institute for Regional Conservation.

Gann, G.D. 2001. A brief history of Big and Little George Hammocks. Tillandsia 11:3-4.

Gann, G.D. 2001. Rare native cactus discovered on GICIA property. GICIA Newsletter 2(3): 4.

Gann, G.D., K.A. Bradley, and S.W. Woodmansee. 2001. Floristic Inventory of South Florida Database. Web-based database presented by The Institute for Regional Conservation at www.regionalconservation.org. Launched 14 May 2001.

Gann, G.D., K.A. Bradley, and J.A. Duquesnel. 2001. Protection and conservation of endangered Havana clustervine (Jacquemontia havanensis) in South Florida. Report submitted to the Florida Department of Environmental Protection by The Institute for Regional Conservation.

2000

Bradley, K.A., S.W. Woodmansee, and G.D. Gann. 2000. Floristic survey and rare species assessment of the non-County owned properties in the Richmond Pine Rocklands. Report submitted to Miami-Dade County Department of Environmental Resources Management by The Institute for Regional Conservation.

Bradley, K.A., S.W. Woodmansee, and G.D. Gann. 2000. Floristic survey and rare species assessment of the properties in the Florida Keys Wildlife & Environmental Area. Report submitted to the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission by The Institute for Regional Conservation.

Bradley, K.A., S.W. Woodmansee, and G.D. Gann. 2000. Fragrant prickly-apple (Harrisia fragrans) annual monitoring and mapping, interim report. Report submitted to the Florida Division of Forestry by The Institute for Regional Conservation.

Bradley, K.A., and S.W. Woodmansee. 2000. Vascular Plants of Blue Heron Hammock, Florida Keys Wildlife and Environmental Area, Monroe County, Florida. Report submitted to the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission by The Institute for Regional Conservation.

Gann, G.D., K.A. Bradley, and S.W. Woodmansee. 2000. Interim Report: long-term monitoring of Old World climbing fern (Lygodium microphyllum (Cav.) R. Br.) in southeastern Florida. Report submitted to the South Florida Water Management District by The Institute for Regional Conservation.

Gann, G.D. 2000. Protection and conservation of endangered mahogany mistletoe (Phoradendron rubrum) at Key Largo Hammocks State Botanical Site. Report submitted to the Florida Department of Environmental Protection by The Institute for Regional Conservation.

1999

Bradley, K., and G. Gann. 1999. The pine rockland forests of southern Florida. The Palmetto 19(2): 12-14, 19.

Bradley, K.A., S.W. Woodmansee, and G.D. Gann. 1999. Rare plants of Florida scrub in Martin, St. Lucie, and Indian River counties, Florida. Final report prepared for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service by The Institute for Regional Conservation.

Bradley, K.A., and G.D. Gann. 1999. The status of exotic plants in the preserves of southern Florida. Chapter 3 in Florida's Garden of Good and Evil: Proceedings of the 1998 Joint Symposium of the Florida Exotic Pest Plant Council and the Florida Native Plant Society, edited by D.T. Jones, and B.W. Gamble.

Bradley, K.A., and G.D. Gann. 1999. Status summary of 12 rockland plant taxa in southern Florida. Report prepared for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service by The Institute for Regional Conservation.

Gann, G.D., and K.A. Bradley. 1999. Exotic plants of southern Florida, v 2.0. CD-ROM application prepared for the Florida Department of Environmental Protection, Bureau of Invasive Plant Management by The Institute for Regional Conservation.

Gann, G.D., and K.A. Bradley. 1999. Exotic plants of southern Florida, v 3.0. CD-ROM application prepared for the South Florida Water Management District by The Institute for Regional Conservation. Available online at www.regionalconservation.org. from 1999-2001.

Gann, G.D., K.A. Bradley, and S.W. Woodmansee. 1999. Initial report: long-term monitoring of Old World climbing fern (Lygodium microphyllum (Cav.) R. Br.) in southeastern Florida. Report prepared for the South Florida Water Management District by The Institute for Regional Conservation.

Gordon, D.R., G.D. Gann, E. Carter, and K. Thomas. 1999. Post-hurricane vegetation response in South Florida hammocks with and without Dioscorea bulbifera control. Chapter 35 in Florida's Garden of Good and Evil: Proceedings of the 1998 Joint Symposium of the Florida Exotic Pest Plant Council and the Florida Native Plant Society, edited by D.T. Jones, and B.W. Gamble. Florida Exotic Pest Plant Council.

Gordon, D.R., G.D. Gann, S.C. Morrison, and J.H. Fisher. 1999. Using fire to control skunk vine (Paederia foetida L.) in an invaded sandhill. Chapter 31 in Florida's Garden of Good and Evil: Proceedings of the 1998 Joint Symposium of the Florida Exotic Pest Plant Council and the Florida Native Plant Society, edited by D.T. Jones, and B.W. Gamble. Florida Exotic Pest Plant Council.

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. 1999. South Florida Multi-Species Recovery Plan. G.D. Gann and K.A. Bradley, contributors.

1998

Bradley, K. 1998. Fountaingrass – a dry region threat. Wildland Weeds 1(4): 4-5.

Gann, G.D., and K.A. Bradley. 1998. Exotic plants of southern Florida, v 1.0. CD-ROM application prepared for the South Florida Water Management District by The Institute for Regional Conservation.

Gann, G., and D.R. Gordon. 1998. Paederia foetida (skunk vine) and P. cruddasiana (sewer vine): threats and management strategies. Natural Areas Journal 18(2): 169-174.

Palm Beach County Department of Environmental Resources Management, G. Gann, and K. Bradley. 1998. Management plan for Frenchman's Forest Natural Area, FCT Project #96-011-P7A, June 1998.

1997

Bradley, K., S. Woodmansee, and G. Gann. 1997. Ground truthing of exotic species monitoring on District-managed lands in South Florida. Report submitted to the South Florida Water Management District by The Institute for Regional Conservation.

Palm Beach County Department of Environmental Resources Management, G. Gann, and K. Bradley. 1997. Management plan for Delray Oaks Natural Area, 1997.

1996

Bradley, K., and G. Gann. 1996. Dioscorea sansibarensis update. Resource Management Notes 8(1): 12.

Bradley, K., and G. Gann. 1996. Element Stewardship Abstract for Ficus microcarpa. Manuscript submitted to the Nature Conservancy by The Institute for Regional Conservation.

Bradley, K., and G. Gann. 1996. Element Stewardship Abstract for Pennisetum setaceum. Manuscript submitted to the Nature Conservancy by The Institute for Regional Conservation.

Bradley, K., and R. Hammer. 1996. Florida's lost tree. Garden News. July 1996.

Bradley, K. 1996. Polygala smallii life history data analysis: May 1992-November 1994. Report prepared for Metro-Dade County Department of Environmental Resources by The Institute for Regional Conservation.

Bradley, K., and G. Gann. 1996. Polygala smallii: “South Florida endemic” found in central Florida. Resource Management Notes 8(1): 10-11.

Bradley, K., and G. Gann. 1996. Rare plants of the United States Naval Observatory Richmond pineland complex. Manuscript submitted to Florida Natural Areas Inventory by The Institute for Regional Conservation.

Bradley, K., and G. Gann. 1996. Temperate trees and shrubs in subtropical Florida. Tillandsia, February 1996.

Gann, G., and K. Bradley. 1996. Clusia rosea escapes from cultivation in southeastern Florida. Tillandsia, September 1996.

Gann, G., K. Bradley, J. Gann, and D. Gann. 1996. Dade County native plant communities, and, contributors to comprehensive plant lists for native plant species. In, The Landscape Manual, Dade County Department of Planning, Development, and Regulation, Miami, Florida. February 1996.

Gann, G., and K. Bradley. 1996. Proposed additions to the state list of threatened and endangered species. Manuscript submitted to the Florida Endangered Species Advisory Council by The Institute for Regional Conservation, November 6, 1996.

Gann, G., and K. Bradley. 1996. Trade lands ecological value: Biele Tract. Report submitted to The Nature Conservancy by The Institute for Regional Conservation.

Gann, G., and N. Gerson. 1996. Rare plant mitigation in Florida. In Restoring Diversity: Strategies for the Reintroduction of Endangered Plants. D. Falk, C.I. Millar, & M. Olwell, eds. Island Press. Washington, D.C.

Gordon, D., G. Gann, E. Carter, and K. Thomas. 1996. Post-hurricane vegetation response in south Florida hammocks with and without Dioscorea bulbifera control using either herbicide application or hand-pulling. Final report submitted to Dade County Parks and Recreation, Metro-Dade Department of Environmental Resources Management, and Florida Department of Environmental Protection by The Nature Conservancy, Gainesville, Florida.

1995

Bradley, K., and G. Gann. 1995. Endangered species status survey: Polygala smallii Smith & Ward, tiny polygala. Report submitted to the United States Fish and Wildlife Service by The Institute for Regional Conservation.

Bradley, K., G. Gann, and R. Hammer with observations by G. Avery, E. Bridges, A. Herndon, and members of the Dade County Native Plant Workshop. 1995. Plant taxa of Dade County pine rocklands, August 11,1995. In, Restoration plan for Dade County's pine rockland forests following Hurricane Andrew, J. Maguire, principal author, Dade County Department of Environmental Resources Management, Miami, Florida. (PDF)

Gann, G. 1995. Guidelines for rockland hammock creation in Dade County. Tillandsia, June 1995.

Gann, G. 1995. Cape Florida Project: volunteer restoration manual. Report prepared for the American Littoral Society by The Institute for Regional Conservation and Ecohorizons, Inc. Part 1, Part 2, Part 3.