Books, Journal Articles & Proceedings
Goodman, J., D. Walters, K. Bradley, J. Maschinski, and A. Salazar. In press. Seeds of endangered Harrisia fragrans form persistent soil seed banks and withstand orthodox storage conditions. Haseltonia.
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.
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.
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.
Saha, S., A. Catenazzi, and E.S. Menges. 2011. Does time since fire explain plant biomass allocation in the Florida, USA, scrub ecosystem?. Fire Ecology: Volume 6, No. 2.
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.
Troxler, T.G. and D.L. Childers. 2009. Litter decomposition promotes differential feedbacks in an oligotrophic southern Everglades wetland. Plant Ecology: 200, 1: 69-82.
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.
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.
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.
Gann, G.D. 2007. Giant strides (guest editorial as Chair of the Society for Ecological Restoration International). Ecological Restoration: Vol. 25, No. 4.
Higgins, W.E. and G.D. Gann. 2007. The conservation dilemma. Lankesteriana 7(1-2): 141-146.
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.
Bradley, K.A. 2006. Thelypteris sancta (L.) Ching, new for Florida and the continental United States. American Fern Journal 96(4):112-114.
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.
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.
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 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., and J.L. Sadle. 2005. New occurrences of Schizaea pennula Sw. in Florida. American Fern Journal 95(2).
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Gann, G.D., 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.
Gann, G.D., and N.L. 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.
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