Research: publications

Journal Articles (Recent)

Galatowitsch, S, D Larson, & J Larson.  2016. Factors affecting post-control reinvasion by seed of an invasive species, Phragmites australis, in the central Platte River, Nebraska. Biological Invasions, 18: 1-12.

Phillips-Mao, L, S Galatowitsch, S Snyder, & R Haight. 2016. Model-based scenario planning to develop climate change adaptation strategies for rare plant populations in grassland reserves. Biological Conservation 193: 103-114.

Meissen, J, S Galatowitsch, & M Cornett. 2015. Risks of overharvesting seed from native tallgrass prairies. Restoration Ecology 23: 882-891.

Phillips-Mao, L, J Refsland, & S Galatowitsch. 2015 Cost-estimation for landscape-scale restoration planning in the Upper Midwest, US. Ecological Restoration 33: 147-155.

Larson, D, S Galatowitsch, & J  Larson. 2011. Native and European haplotypes of Phragmites australis in the Platte River, Nebraska. Great Plains Research 21: 175-180.

 Kettenring, KM & SM Galatowitsch.2011. Carex seedling emergence in restored and natural prairie wetlands. Wetlands 31: 273-281.

Kettenring, KM. & SM. Galatowitsch. 2011. Seed rain of restored and natural prairie wetlands. Wetlands 31: 283-294.

Vanderbosch, D & S  Galatowitsch. 2011. Factors affecting the establishment of Schoenoplectus tabernaemontani  in urban lakeshore restorations. Wetlands Ecology & Management 19: 35-45.

Journal Articles (Often Cited)

Aronson, M & S  Galatowitsch. 2008. Long-term vegetation development of restored prairie pothole wetlands. Wetlands 28: 883-895.

Richardson, DM, PM Holmes, KJ Eisler, SM Galatowitsch, JC Stromberg, SP Kirkman, P Pysek, & RJ Hobbs. 2007. Riparian vegetation: degradation, alien plant invasions, and restoration prospects. Diversity and Distributions 13: 126-139.

Maki, KG  & SM Galatowitsch. 2004. Movement of invasive aquatic plants into Minnesota (USA) through horticultural trade. Biological Conservation 118: 389-396.

Perry, LG, SM. Galatowitsch, &CJ Rosen. 2004. Competitive control of invasive vegetation: a native wetland sedge suppresses Phalaris arundinacea in carbon-enriched soil. Journal of Applied Ecology 41: 151-162.

Green, EK &  SM Galatowitsch. 2002  Effects of Phalaris arundinacea and nitrate-N addition on wetland plant community establishment. Journal of Applied Ecology 39: 134-144.

Galatowitsch, SM, NO Anderson, PA Ascher. 1999. Invasiveness in wetland plants of temperate North America.  Wetlands 19: 733-755.

Geist, C.& SM. Galatowitsch.  1999. A reciprocal model for meeting ecological and human needs in restoration projects.  Conservation Biology 13: 970-979.

Galatowitsch, SM, DC Whited, RM Lehtinen, J Husveth, &  K Schik. 1999. The vegetation of wet meadows in relation to their land use.  Environmental Monitoring and Assessment 60: 121-144.

Lehtinen, RM, SM Galatowitsch, & JR Tester. 1999. Consequences of habitat loss and fragmentation for wetland amphibian assemblages.  Wetlands 19: 1-12.

Mensing, DM, SM Galatowitsch, & JR Tester. 1998.  Anthropogenic effects on the biodiversity of riparian wetlands of a northern temperate landscape.  Journal of Environmental Management 53: 349-377.

Galatowitsch, SM. & AG van der Valk.  1996. The vegetation of restored and natural prairie wetlands.  Ecological Applications 6: 102-112.

Books

Galatowitsch, S.M.  2012. Ecological Restoration, Sinauer Press,      Boston MA. 610 p.

Galatowitsch, S.M. and  A.G. van der Valk. 1994.  Restoring Prairie Wetlands:  An Ecological Approach.  John Wiley & Sons.   246 p.  

Book Chapters (Recent)

Galatowitsch, S. and J.B. Zedler. 2014. Wetland restoration. Chapter 10 p. 225-260 IN: Ecology of Freshwater and Estuarine Wetlands. University of California Press (D. Batzer and R. Sharitz, eds)..

Galatowitsch, S. 2012. Northern prairie wetlands. P. 283-298. Chapter 20 IN: Wetland Habitats of North America. University of California Press (D. Batzer and A. Baldwin, eds).

Galatowitsch, S.M. 2008. Seedling establishment in restored ecosystems. Chapter 15: Seedling Ecology and Evolution. M. Leck and T. Parker (Ed.). Cambridge University Press.